The @osuccess message on an exit is shown to people in the same
room as an exit, when someone goes through an exit. In the case of
the mountain path, the people at the bottom of the mountain will
see the @osuccess for 'up' whenever someone goes up the mountain.
You set it by typing "@osuccess up=starts climbing up the trail.
It's not long before you can't even see %o anymore." The @osuccess
is not seen by the person using the exit; it's only seen by the
other people in the room.
You may have noticed the %o in the @osuccess. Anyplace you include
%o in an @osuccess or @odrop, it will be replaced by 'him' or 'her'.
For example, if gecko were to climb up the trail, we would see
'gecko starts climbing up the trail. It's not long before you can't
even see her anymore.' There are other percent substitutions that you
can use. If you use %s, it will appear as 'he' or 'she'. You can get
a whole list of these by typing "help substitutions".
[Type "help t-exits3" for more information.]