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Coverage

Description

This command lets you know how much of your body you have protected. With no arguments, the command will only check armour and clothing that you are wearing. If you supply a list of body parts, the command will tell you what, if anything, is protecting those bits. You can also check which areas of your body would be covered by selected items by specifying the items as arguments. Finally, the "unprotected" syntax will let you know which of your bits are flapping in the breeze.

Syntax Forms

coverage 

Gives a list of body areas that are covered by clothes and armour.

coverage [by] <armour/clothing> 

Gives a list of coverage by either armour or clothing.

coverage unprotected 

Gives a list of those parts of your body that are unprotected.

coverage of <body part(s)> 

List the clothes or armour covering specific body parts.

coverage of <body part(s)> on <living> 

Assess the coverage of clothes and armour by body part on another person.

coverage on <living> 

Assess the coverage of clothes and armour on another person.

Examples

Example one

> coverage Your abdomen is protected by two things, the pair of black denim jeans and the pair of black boxer shorts. Your arms are protected by two things, the plain black leather jacket and the black silk shirt. Your back is protected by two things, the plain black leather jacket and the black silk shirt. Your chest is protected by two things, the plain black leather jacket and the black silk shirt. Your feet are protected by two things, the pair of black leather cowboy boots and the pair of black silk dress socks. Your hands are protected by the pair of black leather gloves. Your legs are protected by two things, the pair of black denim jeans and the pair of black boxer shorts.

Example two

> coverage unprotected Your head, neck, face and hair are unprotected.

Example three

> coverage of feet Your feet are protected by two things, the pair of black leather cowboy boots and the pair of black silk dress socks.
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