[Delayed Command]

Syntax: reveal <object>, reveal <character>, reveal all or reveal <effort>

Reveal <object> allows you to find an object you've hidden in a room. You must know what to look for in order to get it back, but you can dig up someone else's treasure if you wish.

Reveal <character> shows to your group members the location of a hidden character you discovered (with "search" or because the hidden character spoke when you could hear him). Characters not in your group might realize the presence of the hidden character as well.

Revealing a hostile character allows your group members to attack him; on the other hand, if you attack without revealing, you have a higher chance of taking your enemy by surprise when he is not ready to defend himself.

"Reveal all" works as "reveal <character>", but it affects any and all hidden characters that you have discovered.

Reveal <effort>" (quickly, fast, normally, carefully or thoroughly) is similar to "search <effort>", but it will reveal any hidden character you might find. If more than one character is searching at the same time, "reveal" is faster than "search", but it decreases the chances of a surprise attack.


  > reveal boots
  > reveal scout
  > reveal quickly


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