Nah, we got loads of commands. I was just lazy. >Try to figure out why you are the only human on the planet. Well, let's not jump to conclusions. Just because you're the only human in the room doesn't mean you're the only human in the world, right? Right? OHGODOHGODOHGOD. Of course you are. How could you not have noticed? It's rather obvious that you must be the only human alive. There can't be a better explanation. You're shocked and begin to panic. Your composure goes down. This can't be happening... No, it's not true! THAT'S IMPOSSIBLE! And indeed, according to logic and common sense, that is, indeed, impossible. Judging by the architecture and the general population, a more logical explanation would be that you're simply in Engrand, a country in which humans are a minority. This is something anyone over the age of 3 who doesn't live in a cave under the sea on another planet in another universe with no knowledge of the outside world should know. You continue firmly believing that you're the only human on the planet nonetheless. >Remember that you are the last human left, due to the great clock war of `94 You try to find a more logical explanation, and this one comes to mind. Of course all other humans were killed in a massive war, and of course you, of all people, are the sole survivor of a genocide. Damn those clocks! Of course, chronids aren't clocks, they're merely clock-like, and not even all of them are. Clocks are inanimate. You don't care. You speciesist. >Proceed to have a 'Nam Flashback You're not sure what 'Nam is, so you just have a recent-fight-with-your-captor flashback. >Pull a gun from said flashback, and use it to assist on your quest You didn't have a gun, but you did have a magical flamethrower painting. Unfortunately, that one got destroyed. You take the clock hand you stabbed yourself with and hold it like a gun, which is the next best thing. >Swap eyes with the watch. >ask around for info on your kidnapper That won't be necessary, he has just entered the coffee shop >Express your hatred for clocks by lighting this place on fire. As much as you want to hate clocks, you really don't. They just annoy you. You do, however, hate this place as your captor is in it, so you burn it down. He's not inside anymore, so you hate the outside world instead.