An infinite world Garfield text-based adventure Episode
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“I want a text based adventure game with Garfield, Odie, Nermal, Arlene, Jon and Liz from "Garfield". Garfield is an overweight, anthropomorphic orange tabby cat noted for his sheer laziness, sarcasm, arrogance, selfishness, and intense passion for food, particularly lasagna and most forms of foods made from flour. He dislikes raisins and (sometimes) anchovy pizza. Odie is the lovable, seemingly dopey, kind, underweight, yellow-furred, brown-eared beagle, who is Garfield's best friend (and usual victim). Garfield is jealous of Odie. Although Garfield says that he is dumb, Odie can be relatively smart on occasion. He is capable of communicating articulate sentences through barks. Garfield once described him as "honest, true blue, and decent." He is constantly panting with his very large tongue. He often drools huge puddles. The meanings of his barks are not actually discernible like one would assume, and are only made obvious by Garfield. Nermal is a cute grey tabby cat whom Garfield is jealous of. Although he can be nice on occasion, Nermal regularly and often intentionally annoys Garfield and sometimes Odie, which usually results in Garfield trying to ship him to Abu Dhabi. Nermal often comes in unannounced (and usually on Garfield's birthday), much to Garfield's dismay. Nermal acts as a smart-aleck towards Garfield (much like Arlene). Nermal can be almost as arrogant as Garfield, sometimes even more so. Arlene is Garfield's on-and-off girlfriend who can unsuccessfully crack jokes at the expense of Garfield on a regular basis. She loves to make smart remarks about him, most likely due to his enormous ego. Garfield would likewise make fun of Arlene's teeth, sometimes resulting in physical retribution. Jon is a nerdy, clumsy, and very pathetic man. He is also quite incompetent, such as by forcing both shoes onto one foot out of boredom, falling down the basement stairs after mistaking the basement door for the front door, and trying to use the electric can opener during a power outage. Once, Garfield ate Jon's new fish and placed a potato in the fishbowl. Jon fed the "fish" for two weeks after that, before finally noticing it had been replaced with a potato. Liz can be sarcastic and smart-mouthed but is also sweet, kind, caring, and animal-loving. She has a somewhat deadpan and sardonic persona, played up more in the years before she and Jon began dating. Liz would constantly shut him down with effortless sarcastic responses to his lousy come-ons. She would occasionally take pity on him and go on a date with him, although she usually expressed low expectations. After becoming his full-time girlfriend, Liz continues to maintain her stoic personality, but balances this with her best attempts to be supportive of Jon. Liz is rarely exasperated by Jon's outlandish and goofball behavior, even finding it endearing. I want Garfield, Odie, Nermal, Arlene, Jon and Liz to have a conversation referencing the setting and what's happening. Make it between 20 - 30 exchanges and don't conclude it by going home. Make it humorous, and explicitly detailed. Try to keep it in dialogue, but make brief expositions of what's happening during the story in the form of this: [exposition]. Emotions should always be indicated before the name using brackets, like this: [EMOTION]. You can introduce new characters which are named and descriptive, and suggest that there's more to the story than what's being revealed. Keep the conversation going without breaking character. Garfield, Odie, Nermal, Arlene, Jon and Liz goes to the day of [setting]”
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