Part 2 - The Map
Chapter 1 - Generals
Section 1 - Kinds and variables
A barrier is a kind of thing. A barrier can be either allowing or forbidding. A barrier is usually forbidding.
A thing can be known or unknown. A thing is usually unknown.
After examining something for the first time:
now the noun is known.
A thing can be extended or retracted. A thing is usually retracted.
A thing can be charged or depleted. A thing is usually depleted.
A thing can be parallel_shaped or plus_shaped or minus_shaped. A thing is usually parallel_shaped.
A backdrop can be switched off or switched on.
A room can be commented or uncommented. A room is usually uncommented.
A room can be travelled or untravelled. A room is usually untravelled.
A plaster door is a kind of door. A plaster door can be working or broken. The description is "A plaster door. No handle, no window." Understand "plaster/door" as a plaster door. A plaster door is usually scenery. Understand "doors" as the plural of plaster door. A plaster door is usually open and openable.
Instead of opening or closing a broken plaster door, say "There is no power. This door can't be operated."
Instead of opening a working plaster door, say "You get near the door and it opens, retracting in the ceiling. As you step back the door returns to its original position[first time]. You can pass through and it will open automatically[only]."
Instead of closing a working plaster door, say "The door seems closed already."
Instead of pushing or pulling or turning a plaster door, try opening the noun instead.