EXHALE (verb)

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To EXHALE is to release air from the lungs. It is the second step in BREATHing. EXHALE is also sometimes used as a verb trap in scripted items.

You slowly and deliberately empty your filled lungs.

{Third person} Person slowly empties her lungs. 

>help exhale

    EXHALE                            - Exhales at nothing in particular
    EXHALE {self}                     - Release a slow, low whistle
    EXHALE {target}                   - Exhales at a target
    EXHALE SET [option]               - Shows or sets the EXHALE verb options available.

>exh set
You have the following options available to you:

Your current option is:

Please click VERB INFO EXHALE to see details about the available options.
Verb information for verb "EXHALE":

People targets:
CATHEDRAL WEDDING  - You glance at (target) and exhale softly, shaking your head
  FIRST PERSON     - Glancing at (target), you catch your breath and slowly exhale
                     as you say a quiet prayer of gratitude at your good fortune.
  SECOND PERSON    - You notice (person) catch his/her breath as he/she glances at you,
                     and you give him/her a loving smile as he/she slowly exhales.
  THIRD PERSON     - (person) glances at (target), momentarily catching his/her breath
                     before slowly exhaling.
STANDARD           - You glance at (target) and slowly exhale.

Self target:
  You release a slow, low whistle.

Object targets:
  You lean over and lightly breathe on (target).

Creature targets:
  You glance at (creature) and slowly exhale.

No target:
  You slowly and deliberately empty your filled lungs.

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.