This is the second version of the dictionary.
Indicative of goodness.
Indicative of truth.
Indicative of power.
Zero through eight. Used for all quantification purposes, both numeric and qualitative.
Takes a character as its object. Specifies that the player will go to the location of the DirObject. Note that this specifies a character rather than a stage as its DirObject.
A salutation offered at the outset of a conversation. Takes an aura as an indirect object and an intensifier modifying the aura. This establishes the emotional tone that the player wishes to initiate the conversation with. The reverse of this verb means “goodbye”. Example:
“Bullwinkle greets Wendy with much meekness.”
Speak Power To
Talk intimidatingly to; threaten. Modified by an intensifier.
Speak Good To
Flatter; console. Modified by an intensifier. Serves to endear the DirObject.
Speak Truth to
Modified by an intensifier. Usually used in inverse form to state that somebody lied.
Literally, ‘show truth’. Used to express the communication of information sought by another, as in:
“Ming the Merciless reveals to Snidely Whiplash that
the number of power auras possessed by Dracula is three.”
Requests that the DirObject reveal a truth:
“Chris asks Venus how many power auras Dracula possesses.”
Command, Demand Takes a clause as its object
“Chris demands that Venus reveal how many power auras Dracula possesses.”
Acquiescent response to Command.
“Venus obeys Chris and reveals that Dracula possesses five power auras.”
This verb could take a variety of forms. Here’s one:
“Agent Smith accuses Boris Badinov of lying.”
This is a subjunctive verb linking two action-clauses. Here’s an example of how it might be used:
“Mad Scientist offers Evil Queen: he’ll reveal Mona Lisa’s count
of Good auras if she’ll reveal Donald Duck’s count of Truth auras.”
Here is another example:
“Mad Scientist threatens to kill Evil Queen
if she does not give him the toys.”
Takes a single clause:
“Caesar promises Vero that he will not dream-attack her.”
Subject states a fact to DirObject. This differs from reveal, which applies only to aura-counts.
“Socrates tells Ragnar that Mona Lisa likes Ragnar very much.”
Feel Good To
Like, feel affinity towards, love.
Feel Trust In
Feel Power Over
The opposite of fear.
Takes a DirObject as the recipient of the gift and a prop as the indirect object.
Preparatory to dream-combat.
Happens automatically after going to sleep. Actor must choose a DirObject to attack, and an aura with which to attack. Note that the verb shows the noncommutative combat relationships of the auras: Power defeats Truth, Truth defeats Love, and Love defeats Power.
“Juliet decides to attack Ming the Merciless with a truth aura.”
Unlikely to be used in Siboot. Takes a prop as a DirObject
Takes a clause:
“Darth Maul attempts to steal the toys.”
Fate’s response to the use of the attempt verb. Inversion means success.
Use a tool or prop to do something. Unlikely to be used in Siboot.
Takes an intensifier, but no DirObject. A good-natured laugh, not a derisive one.
Do good to
Do something nice for the DirObject. I’m not sure how this will be implemented.
Do power to
This makes sense: push, shove, hit, or otherwise assault somebody physically. Takes an intensifier.
Do truth to
Not sure how this will be used; it’s the truth-version of Do power to.
Means ‘yes’, ‘OK’, or ‘I agree’.
I intend to render this logogram unnecessary by color inversions, but it might be occasionally necessary.