The bondage Mittens logical conundrum

I’m back to work on the TouchBound bondage mittens (or whatever the final name will be). I pretty much finalized the common code changes for all the TouchBound products that enables the special features of the bondage mittens, which means that when both wrists wear a mitten type TouchBound items, all the attachments will reject clicks from their owner :), on top of it I will add an RLV compatibility layer for those with RLV clients.

However this new feature brought an interesting little conundrum:

  1. If you wear the mittens locked, you cannot unlock them by yourself.
  2. If you locked them with biometric padlocks, only you can open them.
  3. As a result, you’re pretty much stuck because only you can pop the locks open and you’re the only person not allowed to interact with them.

I think I will add a safety feature to them that doesn’t allow self locking with biometric padlocks, just to be on the safe side of things.

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