I would guess that many of us have a bit of a collection of home-improvement projects that no longer seem to make sense. One such example can be found with the home improvement store that you may have visited. From the time you walk in, you are greeted by the smell of paint, and with it, a lot of products. As you try to make sense of this new world, you quickly realize that the store is just a tool to help you find items that you need.
The first thing you should do when you walk into a home improvement store is put the products that you buy on the shelves, so that they are readily accessible. The second thing you should do is check out the products that you don’t buy. The third thing you should do is look around the store for items that are no longer needed, so that you don’t end up throwing out all your old purchases.
It’s not just about throwing out things, but also about being careful with what you throw out. You can always take things back, so that you don’t end up throwing out things that you already own. Remember that the more you think about whether you need something, the more you can get it.
It comes back to the concept of “need” and “want.” A need is a desire that is not immediately fulfilled. A want is a desire that is immediately fulfilled. For example, you might want a new car, but you have to wait until you get one to actually buy it. Or, you might want to see a movie this weekend, but you only have the money to rent the tickets. The act of throwing away things that you no longer need is called “trashing.
We’ve all trashed things that we don’t need. We trashed a fancy dress outfit that we don’t need in favor of something that we do need. We trashed a fancy TV in favor of a game console. We trashed a pair of shoes that were worn-out but were still perfectly good fit and were only worn twice before getting tossed. And we trashed a pair of shoes that were worn-out and were only worn twice before getting tossed.
Every last trashed object is essential to the plot of the game, and the process of trashing them gives you access to a new ability. By trashing a thing you gain access to the “steal” ability, which is a limited form of teleportation. You can then choose to send the thing to a different location, where it can be found again.
This theft of a piece of clothing, which is essential to the plot, gives you access to a new trashed ability. The stole ability gives you the ability to teleport various objects, such as a bed, dresser, desk, or couch. So instead of having to go through the whole process of trashing a thing, you can just use the stole ability on an object.
This ability is limited. It requires that you steal a piece of clothing, which means that you have to be in the right place at the right time. Also, to make it interesting, you have to be the one stealing something.
This is all I can think of when I hear “steal ability”. You can’t even teleport the beds, for example, or the couches.
The problem is that this is not the only way to use the stolen ability. You can take a stolen item and move it anywhere that is on the same level of a given location. However, this is only an option for items that are not specifically marked as having a stolen property.