I’m going to assume that you have the Intimidating variable declared somewhere else. If you have 3 conditions in an if statement, you have to wrap the whole expression in () so that you always have comparisons between at most two operands. What does that mean in plain English:

if you have conditions A, B, and C you write the if like so

` *if (((A = value) and (B = value2)) and (C = value3))`

First A = value is evaluated, then B = value2 is evaluated, then the result is compared with C = value3

For your specific problem, you have to write it like so:

`*if (((Height = "above or equal to 6'3") and (extra = "Scar")) and (Intimidating < 50))`

When in doubt about how many () to put when constructing an if, just construct the expression one condition at a time. So in your case, first put the 1st condition

*if (Height = “above or equal to 6’3”)

next, add the second and wrap it in () so we can compare it with the 3rd parameter as one single expression

*if **(**(Height = “above or equal to 6’3”) and **(extra = “Scar”))**

Lastly, add the last condition and wrap the whole thing in ()

*if **(**((Height = “above or equal to 6’3”) and (extra = “Scar”)) and **(Intimidating < 50))**

You can use the same technique for adding 4 or more conditions, although in that case, I would recommend storing the intermediate states in a separate variable.