Well, here I am back at my “Let’s ask someone about this” room.
I have a horse that throws his rider, but there is line that spawns an error.
Instead of going west through iron gate when horse is carrying player: if temper of the horse is calm: say "Bravo bucks and whinnies as the two you approach the gate. He definitely does not want to go through it.[if iron gate is closed]Besides, you can't reach the latch from up here on Bravo."; now temper of the horse is agitated; else if temper of the horse is agitated: say "Bravo snorts and backs up stiffleggedly. He is afraid of the other side of the iron gate. Perhaps he is warning you of something."; now temper of the horse is afraid; else if temper of the horse is afraid: say "Bravo, faithful steed that he is, bucks and throws you off. You land on the ground with a hard thump! Bravo runs away down Chapel Road."; now horse is not carrying player; now horse is in Chapel Road West; now temper of the horse is calm;
It is the line near the bottom: now horse is not carrying player;
I start the if/else statements with “…when horse is carrying player” so I expect that
“now horse is not carrying player” should parse ok. Error says it is expecting a condition.