Out of flow label

A covert label has the same behavior as a standard label, except that a covert label won't play unless explicitly called by a Router. This means if the script flow ever reaches a covert label, it jumps to the following standard label.

  • A Covert Label starts with <@> (Less Than, At Sign, and Greater Than), immediately followed by a whitespace.

In the example above, the @Where and @Eat labels only play if selected, and the story proceeds to @Continue jumping any covert labels on its flow.

Covert Label as Instruction

If a covert label is used as an instruction in other types of statements, that statement is also jumped unless it is called directly by a router.

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