Syntax: <TT>@describe <object> as <description></TT>
Sets the description string of <TT><object></TT> to <TT><description></TT>. This is the string that is printed out whenever someone uses the 'look' command on <TT><object></TT>. To describe yourself, use 'me' as the <TT><object></TT>.
Munchkin types this:
<TT>@describe me as "A very fine fellow, if a bit on the short side."</TT>
People who type 'look Munchkin' now see this:
<TT>A very fine fellow, if a bit on the short side.</TT>
Note for programmers:
The description of an object is kept in its <TT>.description</TT> property.
For descriptions of more than one paragraph, <TT>.description</TT> can be a list of strings.