Command that may be accompanied by a “whoosh” sound
Command that may be accompanied by a "whoosh" sound
Once upon a time, in a faraway land, there was a mighty wizard named Merlin. Merlin was a master of magic spells, and one of his most valuable possessions was a mysterious wand. When he waved the wand, it emitted a faint “whoosh” sound, and any command he issued was instantly obeyed.
One day, while Merlin was busy brewing potions in his laboratory, he heard a knock on the door. It was a messenger from King Arthur’s court, urgently seeking his help. The kingdom was under attack by a ferocious dragon, and they needed Merlin’s magical powers to defeat it.
Without a moment’s hesitation, Merlin seized his wand and prepared to leave. “Whoosh!” he commanded, and suddenly he was transported to the heart of the battlefield. As he surveyed the scene of chaos, he knew he needed a way to quickly communicate with Arthur’s knights to coordinate their attack.
Merlin raised his wand and shouted, “Whoosh! Send a message to Sir Galahad and tell him to flank the dragon from the left!” Sure enough, in an instant, the message was received, and the knights adjusted their positions accordingly.
Thanks to Merlin’s clever use of his wand and the word “send,” the kingdom was saved from certain doom. From that day on, whenever someone needed to send a message quickly and efficiently, they would think of Merlin’s mighty wand and the magic word that made everything happen with a “whoosh.”