Part Two - "Jungle Descent"
High on a Hillside is a room. The description is "Just east of the mighty elephant's ribcage, the path begins to descend steeply. You are now about a hundred yards below the ribcage. The same violet creepers adorning the ribcage flower all around you. Below you to the west and south you can see a valley containing a stream, which appears to plunge into a ravine west of you. Farther west there is another ridge, rising to a bare stone slope. Jagged crags and sudden cliffs make up the view to the north and south." Instead of going up in High on a Hillside, try going east. Instead of going down in High on a Hillside, try going west.
The scenery_valley is a backdrop in High on a Hillside. it is in Mountain Pass. The description is "A stream flows through the valley and vanishes into a ravine." Understand "stream", "valley", "canyon", "defile", "plunge", and "creek" as the scenery_valley. The printed name is "valley".
The scenery_ridge is a backdrop in High on a Hillside. It is in East Side of Chasm, Canyon's Edge, Waterfall Overlook, Rocky Ford, Narrow Chasm, and Precarious Ledge. The description is "Jungled hill rises to a talus slope, and above that are stone cliffs. Off to the north, the ridge terminates at a sudden drop. A switchback path climbs the talus and vanishes into a notch in the cliffs." Understand "ridge", "hill", "jungled", "talus", "slope", "stone", "cliff", "cliffs", "notch", "path", "switchback", and "scree" as the scenery_ridge. The printed name is "ridge". Instead of doing anything other than examining with the scenery_ridge, say "The ridge is too far away."
Instead of going north in High on a Hillside for the first time:
say "You pause, wondering if you are really equipped for mountaineering."
Instead of going north in High on a Hillside:
say "You set out across the precarious scree. Sooner rather than later, you feel pebbles start to slide under your feet, and, hapless, you skate off the edge of a cliff, plummeting hundreds of feet onto sharp rocks.";
end the story saying "You have fallen to your death".
Instead of going south in High on a Hillside:
try going north.
Some violet creepers are scenery in High on a Hillside. Understand "vine", "vines", "creeper", "perfume", "heady", "perfumes", "fragrant", "flower", "flowers", "draped", "blossom", and "blossoms" as the violet creepers. Instead of doing anything other than examining or smelling with the violet creepers, say "Leave the flowers unmolested." Instead of smelling the violet creepers, say "They smell of heady perfumes." The description is "The path is choked with creepers covered in fragrant violet flowers."
Jungle Slope is a room. It is west from High on a Hillside. The description is "The hill begins to flatten out here. To the east, the path climbs steeply, switchbacking up towards the pass. The path continues to descend to the west. Thick and trackless jungle stretches away to the north and south." Instead of going down in Jungle Slope, try going west. Instead of going up in Jungle Slope, try going east. Instead of going north in Jungle slope, try entering the dense jungle. Instead of going south in Jungle Slope, try going north.