PURR (verb)

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PURR is a roleplaying verb. It has several additional options.

Usage

Purr help:

>purr help

Usage:
    PURR                            - Make a purring sound
    PURR {self}                     - Make a low, rumbling sound
    PURR {target}                   - Purrs at a target
    PURR SET [option]               - Shows or sets the PURR verb options available.
    PURR {animal}                   - Imitate the purr of a particular animal
    PURR RANDOM                     - Imitate the purr of a random animal

Where {animal} is one of the following:
    ARCTIC PUMA          BLACK LEOPARD   BOBCAT         CARACAL
    CAT                  CHEETAH         COUGAR         FELID
    FIRE CAT             JAGUAR          JAGUARUNDI     KODKOD
    LEOPARD              LION            LYNX           MARGAY
    MASTODONIC LEOPARD   MOUNTAIN LION   MUDCAT         OCELOT
    PANTHER              PLAINS LION     PUMA           SABRE-TOOTH TIGER
    SERVAL               SNOWCAT         SNOW LEOPARD   TIGER
    TUNNELCAT            VEERCAT         WILDCAT

PURR allows you to purr in various ways.  You can use PURR alone to emit a generic purr, PURR at a target to purr at them, or you may use PURR to do imitations.

Verb Info

Verb info purr:

Verb information for verb "PURR":

People targets:
CATHEDRAL WEDDING  - You lean over and purr in (targets) ear softly, evoking a soft
                     chuckle from him/her.
WAVEDANCER WEDDING - You eye (target) up and down before purring in approval.
STANDARD           - You glance at (target) and make a little purring sound.

Self target:
  You make a low, rumbling sound deep in your throat.

Object targets:
  You glance at the (object) and make a little purring sound.

Creature targets:
  You glance at the (creature) and make a purring sound.

NOTE:  ONLY first person messaging is listed unless it differs substantially from other versions.  Wedding messaging will only work with your spouse, all other targets default to standard messaging.  Messaging without an option shown applies to all options.  Special scripts and areas may override listed messaging.