Unexpected block end!

Try removing the } from line 5789

than it says

Do you have a closing } at the end of the choice?

yeah

You need dialogue above the choice. Also, if you have another ‘choice’ above this choice, then you don’t need to write it twice.

NARR
#dialogue here

choice here.

listen I have three outfit choices and in those branches there’s another choice whether to stick up to her or not.

Okay, well, try to add dialogue above the word choice and see if that fixes your error.

@Dara.Amarie , @lanafrazer_episode , @JemU776

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You don’t have choice first. I think.

choice
“Blending in.”{

it’s one of my choices

I have three outfits
Blending in is one of them

Is it the first choice or second one? because if it’s all choices then you don’t need “choice” for “Stand Up.”

last one

Try the word choice and if it’s not that, then I’ll try to find another solution because the error seems to only be on the “Blending in,” Line

Can you copy and paste your entire choice here because it’s hard to figure out what the issue is if we can only see a small section of the choice.

you can not have a space between choices

yours is like this

choice
“ss” {

}

“ss2” {

}

it shall look like this

choice
“ss” {

}
“ss2” {

}

no space between choices

I want three outfits
2 premium and one regular
Than in those choices there’s a bully
than two choices stand up to her or not
HOW DO I DO THAT IT LOOKS LIKE THIS RIGHT NOW
Screenshot 2019-12-31 at 5.55.22 PM

Okay,

  1. You can’t have spaces between choices

  2. You need to have dialogue over the choice

  3. You need to close the choice correctly with dialogue above the end/have a closing for the choice or it’ll show you that error.

Let me help you with a choice template…

choice
“choice 1” {

}
“choice 2” {

}

NARR
What should you wear?

choice
“Bangin”{

#scene

choice
“Stand up to her” {

#scene here

} “Don’t say anything.” {

#scene here

}
}“CUTE CASUAL”{

#scene

choice
"Stand up to her” {

#scene here

} “Don’t say anything.” {

#scene here

}
}“Blending in”{

#scene

choice
"Stand up to her” {

#scene here

} “Don’t say anything.” {

#scene here

}
}

Use this template, where it says #scene or #scenehere, just copy and paste the code there. For example, for “Stand up to her” you’d paste that whole scene about standing up to her under “Stand up to her.” Make sure to do it exactly like this.

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