Part 3 - The Setting
Chapter 1 – Dodge City
Section 1 – The saloon
The Long Branch Saloon is a building.
"The saloon is dominated by a [long bar] to the right. Behind the bar, a few [pictures] try to liven up the place, accompanied by the obligatory pair of [bull's horns].
At the back of the saloon a few [furniture] have been haphazardly put down. Here too, a half-hearted attempt to liven up the place has been made by adding a few [pictures]. Below the [pictures] you can see today's [menu]. "
The associated image of the Long Branch Saloon is "saloon.jpg";
The long bar is scenery in the Long Branch Saloon.
The menu is scenery in the Long Branch Saloon. The description of the menu is "'Today: [steak],' someone has written. Catchy and to the point."
Instead of taking the menu, say "While the menu is certainly a feast for the eye, others might want to read this as well."
After examining the menu:
now the steak is familiar;
now the steak is notable.
Some pictures are scenery in the Long Branch Saloon. Understand "photo" or "photos" or "photograph" or "photographs" as pictures.
The description of the pictures is "You take a close look at one of the pictures. It seems to be a photograph of general Custer."
Instead of taking the pictures, say "You never met general Custer. Why would you want a picture of him?"
The associated image of some pictures is "custer.jpg".
The bull's horns are scenery in the Long Branch Saloon. Understand "bulls horns/bull/horn/horns" as the bull's horns. Instead of taking the bull's horns, say "Removing saloon property might get you shot.".
The associated image of the bull's horns is "bullshorns.jpg".
The furniture is scenery in the Long Branch Saloon. The printed name of the furniture is "rickety chairs and tables". Understand "chair/chairs/table/tables" as furniture.
The wall is scenery in the Long Branch Saloon.