Verbs used in ADRIFT

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By default ADRIFT will respond to the following list of verbs:

ask, attack, 
block, break, buy, bye, 
can, chop, clean, clear, climb, close, cp, cry, cut, 
dance, date, destroy, dir, directions, down, drink, drop, 
e, east, eat, enter, empty, ex, exam, examine, exits, 
feed, feel, fight, find, fix, fly, 
get, give, go, 
hit, how, hum, 
i, inv, inventory, 
jump, 
kick, kill, kiss, 
l, leave, lie, lift, light, listen, ln, locate, lock, look, ls, 
move, mv, 
n, ne, no, north, northeast, north-east, northwest, north-west, nw, 
open, out, 
panel, past, pick, press, previous, pull, punch, push, put, 
read, remove, run, 
s, say, se, sell, shake, shoot, shout, sing, sit, slap, sleep, smash, smell, south, southeast,  
south-east, southwest, southwest, stab, stand, status, stop, suck, sw, 
take, talk, thank, throw, time, touch, turn, turns, 
unblock, undo, unlock, up, 
w, wait, wash, wear, west, what, when, where, whistle, who, why,
x, 
yes, 
z,

If you need to use an alternative command this can be achieved with the ADRIFT synonym feature. Once a synoym has been created it will be treated in the same manner as if the original verb was entered.

It is also possible to change the default response ADRIFT gives to any of these verbs. To override the response use a task or ADRIFT Language Resource file.

ADRIFT also uses some special commands which are:

!, !!, 
about, again, author, 
clr, commands, control, control panel, control-panel, count, 
end, endgame, 
g, 
help, hint, history, 
info, information, 
last, 
num, 
quit, 
restore,
save, score,
version,