BELCH (verb)

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The BELCH verb allows the character to burp. There are different styles available to dwarves, and a special setting for elves, dark elves, and sylvankind.


Belch help:

Belch help non-dwarves:

    BELCH              - You belch.
    BELCH SET [option] - Shows or sets the BELCH verb options available.

Belch help dwarves:

    BELCH              - You belch.
    BELCH SET [option] - Shows or sets the BELCH verb options available.
    BELCH [style]

Where [style] is one of the following:
    LAZY     LONG    LOUD      QUICK    RELIEF

Verb Info

Verb information for verb "BELCH":

STANDARD    - You belch.
ELVEN       - You belch softly, the tips of your ears turning pink with embarrassment.

Optional styles:
  DEEP      - A low, guttural belch rumbles from your mouth.
  DRUNK     - You belch drunkenly, a goofy smile plastered on your face.
  EXPLODE   - You let loose with an explosive belch.
  HEARTY    - You belch heartily, feeling satisfied.
  JUICY     - You belch juicily, wiping the gastric secretions from
              your chin.
  LAZY      - You let out a loud belch as you lazily scratch your backside.
  LONG      - You release a long, drawn out belch.  Impressive.
  LOUD      - You belch lustily, reeking of garlic and ale.
  QUICK     - You give a quick belch.
  RELIEF    - You belch loudly, feeling an immediate sense of relief.
  ROLTON    - You belch, sounding suspiciously like an angry rolton.
  SOFT      - You belch softly.
  STRONGLY  - A thunderous belch explodes from your mouth, filling the
              air with the stench of rancid cheese.
  TALK      - You open your mouth to speak, but an unexpected belch
              interrupts you.
  UNDER     - You belch under your breath, trying to avoid notice.
  VOMIT     - You belch forcefully, giving a quick swallow as you feel
              your gorge rise.

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