Before @add pro do @ JOHN is mortified
You added a prop in a line where the code expects dialogue. You should only use the 2 tabs + NAME (action) in the case of dialogue in the next line. If you want a character to perform an action without dialogue, you should use @CHARACTER is ACTION. You seem to be doing this quite a bit. Once you fix this, the prop should work.
When you have a character just doing an action without dialogue you do @CHARACTER is action
You don’t add the brackets around the action and you use is to describe what the character is doing
so you would use
@PILAR is shoot_loop
@JOHN is faint
Thanks i got it . Can you help me with something else ?
What do you need help with? I can try.
Alright, in this case you don’t have to put the is or the @ , as there is dialogue
Boss, the job is done.
thank you it worked , but if I m not bothering you , can you help me with some tips about the characters moving ?
Yes, I can sorry I didn’t get back to you sooner I had to go somewhere