SAY allows you to express yourself verbally in a number of versatile ways. It can be used on its own, addressed to a person or a particular direction, use adverbs, or have parenthetical remarks added. You can also append smileys to the end of your message to easily create different expressions of emotion.
|:)||with a smile|
|:(||with a frown|
|;)||with a wink|
|:')||through happy tears|
|:D||with a laugh|
|D:||with great horror|
|:O||with great surprise|
|:o||with amused surprise|
>>say I wonder if there's anywhere to eat around here.
You say, "I wonder if there's anywhere to eat around here."
>>say Does anyone know the way to the Seaglass Inn?
You ask, "Does anyone know the way to the Seaglass Inn?"
SAY <adverb> <message>
>say wistfully I hope I can find a place to stay the night too..
You say wistfully, "I hope I can find a place to stay the night too.."
SAY (with a smile) <message>
>>say (with a smile) It's a pleasure to meet you, Donna. I've heard great things about your bread.
With a smile, you say, "It's a pleasure to meet you, Donna. I've heard great things about your bread."
SAY to <person/direction> (in a cacophony of anger) <message> <smiley>
>>say to Donna (in a cacophony of anger) I ordered bread, not cake! :(
In a cacophony of anger, you exclaim to Donna with a frown, "I ordered bread, not cake!"
SAY to <direction> <message>
When you speak to a direction, the people on the other side will hear your voice.
Note that in the other room, your voice description will be heard speaking the message!
>>say to kitchen Don't forget the bread!
(in your room) | You say towards the east, "Don't forget the bread!"
(in the kitchen) | A nasally countertenor says from the west, "Don't forget the bread!"
There are multiple other speech commands that work in lieu of say. These include:
admit, affirm, allege, announce, answer, ask, assert, babble, bark, beg, blurt, brag, claim,
complain, concede, confide, confirm, declare, drone, exhort, explain, gripe, groan, grouse,
growl, interject, interrupt, muse, plead, proclaim, pronounce, ramble, relate, remark,
slur, snarl, spill, stammer, stage-whisper, stutter, suggest, utter, venture, whine, wonder
>>complain I ordered bread, not cake
You complain, "I ordered bread, not cake."