Poetic in that case refers to a variable that is either true or false, with boolean variables (aka true or false) you don’t have to specify what you are checking, like the numbers or strings that you do need to check with something. So this means the same:
*if poetic = true
In the case of a string variable or a number one you do have to compare it to something:
*if poetic >=50
*if poetic = "a lot"
If you want to change the title on the stats you can do something like this:
so you have 2 variables.
person_1 = true or false, if you know or don’t know this person
person_1_relationship = % amount of relationship you have with this person.
In this case if you don’t know John the stat chart will show Unknown, And if you know him it’ll show John.
Another way to do it is hiding the chart until you get to know that character. In that case it’ll be something like:
percent person1_relationship John
We use 3 kind of variables, boolean, numbers, or strings of text. I gave you an example of all 3, but you can only assign one variable to be of one kind, if you need another one you need to change the name of the variable.
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