Part 2 to my Work Text Adventure Game. There's no bug that I know of. Enjoy. -RoboWolf
A couple of tips:
All throughout the file you put this:
From what I can tell, you use it just to make sure it pauses until the player presses Enter. You can simply replace that with this:
When you do this, it won't define a variable or anything, it will simply wait for the player to press Enter before continuing (which is what I assume you were trying to accomplish).
That method makes it a lot neater and doesn't force you to have a pointless variable.
Line 139 (and others) doesn't have a color assigned to it, but it still has
colored attached to the front.
Other than that, it's an interesting story, even if there is a little bit of overuse of punctuation. I look forward to part 3!!!!!!!!!
To prevent an error, I suggest using a loop (it might be kind of pointless, but I ran into that error the first time I ran this program)
n = input('')
...can be changed into this...
while True: n = input().lower() if n == "surgery" or n == "pluck it out": break else: pass
...which will prevent the error if you accidentally enter nothing.
(Slightly improved version)
while True: n = input().lower() if n in ["surgery", "pluck it out", "pluck", "do surgery"]: break else: pass
robowolf, there is a bug. it says File "main.py", line 75 in <module>
if choice1 == "Success":
NameError: name 'choice1' is not defined