You're a police officer in the big city. This was your life's dream. You like to help people. Once on the job, you realize it wasn't all you hoped, but you still do the best you can.
You have a prisoner in the back in your vehicle. It was a minor offense. But the law is the law.
You're driving to booking when the prisoner starts to act like he's sick. He moans and says he's not well.
What do you do?
Ignore him. You're almost at booking. Besides, he's probably faking it. If you keep driving, turn to page 8.
You took this job to help people. Sure he might be faking it, but what if he really needs help? If you stop immediately to check on his well being, turn to page 26.
Don't ask any questions. The man is in need of aid. You're only trained as a medical first responder. Best to see a real doctor. If you change course, put on the lights and siren, and head straight to the hospital, turn to page 4.
(You know the rules: no pressing the "back" button!)