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Star C. Foster and Daniel Ravipinto

Release 2

Section 3(d) - The Pyramid / Spider

The pyramid is a container that is part of the pedestal. The description of the pyramid is "Matte black and smooth, it is securely anchored to the pedestal at its inverted apex[if the pyramid contains something].[paragraph break]Grasped within the pyramid[']s brass arms [is-are the list of things in the pyramid][end if]." The analysis of the pyramid is "CAT:NONLIVING.TO[line break]OL.UTIL:ARCHIVE.[line break]INTERFACE.PART:P[line break]HYSICAL.FILE.RET[line break]RIVAL.UNIT.ACTIV[line break]ATED.UPON.INPUT.[line break]OF.FILE.NUMBER/C[line break]ODE.VIA.DIAL...." Understand "spider" as the pyramid. The pyramid has a truth state called used. The used of the pyramid is false.

[This is a much cleaner way of changing the base rules...]

[PREVIOUSLY: Procedural rule while examining the pyramid: ignore the examine containers rule.]

The examine containers rule does nothing when examining the pyramid.