Part Four - "Persephone's Palace"
Chapter One - "Persephone's Palace"
Persephone's Palace is east of the Unreal City. The printed name is "Palace". The description is "A huge dark room stretches hundreds of yards in all directions, brooding columns supporting the low roof. The chief features are the two iron thrones in the center of the room. [if Persephone is in the location]A short woman in a strange white silk garment sits on the smaller throne[otherwise]Both thrones are empty[end if]. The dim light of the Unreal City filters in from the west." Unreal City is outside from Persephone's Palace.
Some candles are scenery in Persephone's Palace. They are ambiguously plural. The description is "Black candles in chandeliers dimly light the room." Understand "black candle", "black candles", "candle", "chandelier", "chandelier", "smoke", "flame", "prolonged", "candle-flames", and "flames" as candles. Instead of taking the candles, say "Although the ceiling is low, the chandeliers are still out of reach."
The scenery_ceiling is scenery in Persephone's Palace. The printed name is "ceiling". The description is "[bracket]T[close bracket]he prolonged candle-flames,[line break]Flung their smoke into the laquearia,[line break]Stirring the pattern on the coffered ceiling[44 as a reference].". Instead of taking the scenery_ceiling, say "It is out of reach." Understand "roof", "ceiling", "coffered", "pattern", and "laquearia" as the scenery_ceiling. Instead of looking up in Persephone's Palace, try examining the scenery_ceiling.
Some squat columns are scenery in Persephone's Palace. They are ambiguously plural. The description is "The columns are squat and dark, supporting a low black roof." Understand "column", "squat", and "dark" as columns.
Some thrones are supporters in Persephone's Palace. They are scenery. They are ambiguously plural. The description is "The thrones are black iron, all sharp edges and angles." Understand "black", "iron", "throne", "edge", "edges", "angle", and "angles" as the thrones. Instead of entering the thrones, say "You gingerly sit on a throne, and, finding it even less comfortable than it looks, hurriedly stand back up."