Following the now-dead trend of copying MSPA, I've decided to use my own DwarfCraft tileset to do something similar. Essentially, it'll be like Dwarf Fortress' Adventure mode.
You awaken in a cave. There is a jagged hole in the ceiling above you, which allows light in. Around you, there is a measure of sand.
Your left leg is bruised. Your right leg is bruised. Your right arm is broken. Your left arm is bruised. Several of your ribs are fractured. You infer that you have fallen through the hole in the ceiling into this cave.
You are wearing Leather boots, Sheep-Wool trousers, a Sheep-Wool Shirt, and a Leather Cap. You are not carrying anything.
To the North is a dark passage. To the West is a dark passage.
You contemplate removing your arm, as food may be hard to come by in these caves. However, you are reluctant to give up your dominant arm, and your belly is quite full.
You head West.
After several minutes of following this Western passage, you run into a door.
The door is made of some sort of shimmery metal.
Around you are walls made of cobblestone. The floor is smoothed stone. There are engravings on the walls, but you'd have to closely examine them to see them. A greenish glow seeps out from underneath the door.
You examine one of the engravings on the northern wall...
On this wall you see a masterfully designed image of a MineCraftian Axelord, a door, and a giant spider. The MineCraftian Axelord is sealing the door with his last breath, before succumbing to his injuries.
Step out of the way, open the door, and close it again! There is surely lava on the other side; if you open it and close it with speed, precision, and timing, you will be able to send a short burst of lava flowing in the direction of the unknown footsteps. Sure, it could be a friend, but it could also be a giant cave spider.
Better safe from a giant cave spider than sorry your supposed friend is eating your face.
They do actually. If the door has been coated by any loose phosphorous which has since fallen from a vein of the stuff in the cave (explaining the heat, as it is mildly activated by the moisture in our breath), it should begin to burn upon contact with the moisture from your tongue. If timed properly, the door can then be used as an incendiary against the potential giant spider headed our way.
On the other hand, provided we're dealing with an Archer Skellington here, (haha, I made a funny), we should DO A BARREL ROLL towards the skeleton to avoid the ubiquitous and deadly TWANG!ing projectile headed our way.
Please use your head before making sarcastic comments next time. They really take away from the ingenuity and creativity of the thready.
@A.I. True, but what if its a creeper behind the door?