Example run 2 note the contents of the welcome

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Example Run 2 (note the contents of the welcome message): ----- Hello adventurer, what is your name? > Joe Joe - are you a Warrior, Wizard or Programmer? > Wizard .xX WELCOME Wizard Joe Xx. You're in a dimly lit room, standing in front of an enormous steel chest. Do you want to open the chest or leave the room? > open You open the chest to find a stack of pizzas with ice cream on top? That's not gross, is it? Example Run 3 (assume that the player answered Wizard or Warrior): ----- You're in a dimly lit room, standing in front of an enormous steel chest. Do you want to open the chest or leave the room? > leave Nothing happens. Most. Boring. Game. Created. Example Run 4 (assume that the player answered Wizard or Warrior): ----- You're in a dimly lit room, standing in front of an enormous steel chest. Do you want to open the chest or leave the room? > open As you open the chest, a bright light flashes, and you are transported to to your Intro to Programming class (wait, is that good or bad?) Example Run 5 (assume that the player answered Wizard or Warrior): ----- You're in a dimly lit room, standing in front of an enormous steel chest. Do you want to open the chest or leave the room? > open You open the chest to find several stacks of floppy disks. Um. Yay? Example Run 6 (assume that the player answered Wizard or Warrior): ----- You're in a dimly lit room, standing in front of an enormous steel chest. Do you want to open the chest or leave the room?
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