adventure/dictionary/Phrase.js, line 55
If accepts_noun is true, the verb will accept a noun
for this phrase. If requires_noun is false, verb
will work with one noun or no nouns.
Examples: "look" or "look north"
adventure/dictionary/Phrase.js, line 82
If accepts_preposition_without_noun is true, parser will accept
a preposition that has no corresponding noun.
adventure/dictionary/Phrase.js, line 114
When the player enters a verb and one or more nouns,
the parser will perform disambiguation to determine what
game object(s) match the player's input. You can use
these qualifiers to narrow down potential matches.
For example, if your verb only acts on tangible objects,
like "take" for instance, then set "tangible: true".
If your verb only applies to characters, like "talk to",
then uncomment "character: true". For more information, see
. For more
information about creating Verbs or modifying Verbs, see
How to Use Verb Subscriptions
How to Use Verb Phase Hooks
How to Use Verb Event Hooks
How to Modify Verbs