How do I make a repeated passage link to a different passage each time?

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asked Nov 8, 2017 by dbrown12 (150 points)
I'm using Harlowe 2.0.1 for my Story, and I want to make it so that each time the word [[black]] is different passages, it links to a different passage. For example, in one passage, I would click black and it would say super-human, and in another passage I would click black and it would say death. So, I think I'm asking if I can make one passage have different meanings from different choices?

Thanks for your help.

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answered Nov 8, 2017 by mcd (740 points)
selected Nov 8, 2017 by dbrown12
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Yes, it's possible, but do you want a random meaning to appear, or do you just want to link the same word to different passages?  You can do the latter with ordinary links:

[[black->the superhuman passage]]




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