Chapter 2 - Changing vaguely into
[Changing into without specifying the second noun is sufficiently different action that a separate action is reasonable.]
Changing it vaguely into is an action applying to one visible thing.
Understand "change [something]" as changing it vaguely into.
First check changing yourself vaguely into:
say "[We] can't change [ourselves] into anything. [We] certainly [don't] know [our] true nature." instead.
Check changing vaguely into when noun equals nothing or the noun equals an unfamiliar thing:
say "[We] [don't] know the true nature of [the noun]." instead.
Carry out changing vaguely into:
try changing the noun into a random thing that equals the noun.
Does the player mean changing vaguely into: it is likely.