TURN (verb)

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Turn is a common verb trap used for scripted items sold by merchants or designed via EZ scripts. It is also used for roleplay purposes, especially by elves.

>turn help

Usage:
   TURN                    - Turn messaging
   TURN {self}             - Turns you around
   TURN {target}           - Giggles at a target
   TURN SET [option]       - Shows or sets the TURN verb options available.

Verb info

>verb info turn
Verb information for verb "TURN":

People targets:
STANDARD - You turn to face (target).
VAALOR   - With military precision, you turn sharply on your heel to face (target).
ILLISTIM - You tilt your head slightly, turning your attention to (target) and giving them a measured, collected consideration.

Self target:
STANDARD - You turn around.
VAALOR   - You turn sharply on your heel, reversing direction with military precision.
ILLISTIM - You give a short glance over your shoulder.

Object targets:
STANDARD
   HELD OBJECT  - You turn over your (object).
   OTHER OBJECT - You turn to face (target).
VAALOR   - With military precision, you turn sharply on your heel to face (target).
ILLISTIM
   HELD OBJECT  - You turn the (target) over in your hand, trying to gauge its features and catalog its usefulness.
   OTHER OBJECT - You turn to face (target).

Creature targets:
STANDARD - You turn to face (target).
VAALOR   - With military precision, you turn sharply on your heel to face (target).
ILLISTIM - You turn your attention to the (target), contemplating its validity as a debating partner, and relative intelligence to your own.

No target:
STANDARD - Turn what?
VAALOR   - You turn in a slow, precise circle, assessing your surroundings from every direction.
ILLISTIM - You turn around to avoid anyone seeing your look of consternation.

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.