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I'm pretty new to Twine (so bear with me on this beginner question) and couldn't really find an already asked question to help me. So I basically want to write a choice, inside an if statement. So if you have this much skill, then this choice will show. Here's how I set it up (I'm using SugarCube v2 by the way)

<<if $engineering === 0>>
    [I enjoyed working with my hands, creating new things.|NGD3[$engineering += 15]
<</if>>

I'm not getting an error, but the above isn't wielding a choice, it's just the if statement.

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The syntax of your Markup based Setter Link is wrong, it should look like the following.

[[I enjoyed working with my hands, creating new things.|NGD3][$engineering += 15]]

 

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