Smirk command

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The SMIRK command is used primarily as a roleplaying emote, but is also used by Thieves to assess their confidence and in-town status.

Syntax and Messaging

  • SMIRK : You smirk.
  • SMIRK <player> : You smirk at <player>
  • (Thief) SMIRK <self> - Identifies confidence and urban bonus status.


Usage

Possible results of the smirk <self> command for Thieves are below:

  • Out of Town, average confidence
You smirk to yourself, but can only muster up average confidence.
You don't take any extra comfort in this unfamiliar territory.
  • Out of Town, good confidence
  • Out of Town, bad confidence
  • In town, average confidence
You smirk to yourself, but can only muster up average confidence.
Your surroundings fit your talents perfectly.
  • In town, good confidence
  • In town, bad confidence

LIST OF CONFIDENCE MESSAGES, IN ORDER, FOR THIEVES:

  • You attempt to smirk to yourself, but don't see how things could get any worse. (-5)
  • You smirk to yourself, but you know you aren't fooling anyone. (-4)
  • You smirk to yourself, but cannot shake the thoughts of your recent screw-ups. (-3)
  • You smirk to yourself, but have to force it. (-2)
  • You smirk to yourself, but feel slightly uncomfortable. (-1)
  • You smirk to yourself, but can only muster up average confidence. (0)
  • You smirk to yourself, feeling a little above average. (+1)
  • You smirk to yourself, feeling rather confident about things. (+2)
  • You smirk to yourself, feeling quite good about how you're doing. (+3)
  • You smirk to yourself, the way only a stylish Thief can. (+4)
  • You smirk to yourself, knowing you are at the absolute top of your game. (+5)