When in Rome 2: Far from Home — 5 of 22

Emily Short

Release 1

Section 4 - Mood-related

Definition: a person is offended:

if the odor sensitivity of it is weak, no;

if the odor sensitivity of it is inverse, no;

if it can touch a stinky thing, yes;

no;

Definition: a person is uncomfortable:

if it is hungry, yes;

if it is cold, yes;

if it is offended, yes;

if it is blinded, yes;

no.

Definition: a person is comfortable if it is not uncomfortable.

Definition: a person is snappish if the mood of it is less than friendly and it is uncomfortable.

Definition: a person is light-sensitive if it lies beyond Saturn. Definition: a person is blinded if it is light-sensitive and it can see a lit device.

To decide whether (character - a person) lies beyond (place - a moon):

if the system of the moon of the character is greater than place, yes;

no.

To decide whether (character - a person) lies nearer than (place - a moon):

if the system of the moon of the character is less than place, yes;

no.

Mood is a kind of value. The moods are hostile, curious, friendly, and secretive. A person has a mood. A person is usually curious.