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(Syntax) Make rules able to refer to actors

"Before printing the name of something while an actor doing something" is allowed right now, but we can't continue "If the actor is the player, say 'your '." and so own, because we cannot refer to actors further. This means that we can't write general rules in this manner.

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      • DaveDave commented  · 

        The phrase, "the person asked", works in before printing rules (both as a rule condition and within the body of the rule) for player initiated actions, player initiated NPC actions (via persuasion), and for spontaneous NPC actions.

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