Book 4 - The Saloon
The Saloon is east of Main Street. "The saloon is fairly busy today with people sitting at tables, playing cards, and drinking. A staircase leads up to the second floor. There is an exit to the west."
The staircase_up is scenery in the Saloon. The description is "The railed staircase, carpeted with a rich red fabric, leads up to the second floor of the saloon." Understand "staircase" and "stairs" as staircase_up.
The patrons are scenery in the Saloon. Understand "people" and "customers" as the patrons. The description is "A mixed bunch who seem to be enjoying themselves."
The playing cards are scenery in the Saloon. The description is "No need to be concerned about that."
The tables are scenery in the Saloon. The description is "The typical sort of round, cheaply-made tables you would find in a place such as this."
Rose is a woman in the Saloon. "Rose, the Saloon's 'madame', moves amongst the patrons."
Poodles Sanchez is a man in the Saloon. Understand "sweet tooth" as Poodles Sanchez. "Dancing in the middle of the floor is Poodles Sanchez."
Spitz is a man in the Saloon. "Spitz, the bartender, is wiping off shot glasses and quietly whistling to himself."
Charley is a man in the Saloon. "Charley, drunk as usual, stands alone at the bar trying to keep his balance."