Use ``` for code on the forum.
- Your indentations are all over the place. They must be consistent and intentional. Not three spaces here and four here and one here and five here. Misusing spaces is like making the wrong sounds in an English conversation – you will not be understood. The computer needs to be able to understand you.
*finish ends the scene, and
*goto_scene class ends the scene, but it’s unclear to me whether these will lead to the same place just based on the code sample you’ve given us. Again, consistency is your friend here: for your own sake, use the same notation to achieve the same effect. Personally, I always use
*goto_scene and never
*finish because I prefer specificity (even though they should have the same effect if I’ve set out my startup.txt properly).
Your code should look like this:
The doc comes in with your results. “Well you’re a perfectly healthy…”
You are defalt. Other humans will trust you, and monster people will ignore you. Perfect for those who want to go inseen.
# "...Dhampir." A half-vampire.
You have some of the strengths of a vampire, and a bit of their weaknesses.
# "...Cambion." Half demon, half human. Full badass.
Some other things which are unrelated to errors or confusion with your code:
- Make sure that you change the variable with
*set. I reckon you just haven’t added that in yet, of course.
- Watch out for typos. I counted four mistakes just in this tiny snippet of code you’ve given us:
"Well, you're a (comma)
You are default. (spelling)
to go unseen. (spelling)
a few of their weaknesses (a few for countable nouns, a bit for uncountable nouns)