See Also: Hero Target References
A "hero" context is very similar to a "container" context, except that the options available are a bit more limited (e.g. heroes don't have parents). From within a "hero" context, you can utilize the following set of valid context transitions:
state Transitions to the state context.
child[id] Transitions to the pick context corresponding to the first pick within the container that derives from the thing with the id specified. If the container has no child pick with the given unique id, a run-time error notification is reported to the user and the transition fails to resolve.
childfound[id] Transitions to the pick context corresponding to the first pick within the container that derives from the thing with the id specified. This transition is identical to "child[id]", except that the existence of the child pick is optional. If the child is found, the transition occurs normally. If the child does not exist, no run-time error is reported, although the transition still fails to resolve.
firstchild[expr,sort] Transitions to the pick context corresponding to the first pick within the container that satisfies the tag expression given by expr. Since multiple children may satisfy the tag expression, an optional sort set id may be specified by sort, resulting in all matching children being sorted and the first child being used after the sort is performed. The tag expression may be either a literal string or a string expression. If no matching child exists, the transition fails to resolve.
minion[id] Transitions to the hero context corresponding to the minion actor with the given id that exists beneath the actor that possesses the current container. If the container is not a master or the specified minion does not exist, the transition fails to resolve.
herofield[id] Transitions to the field context corresponding to the field given by id that exists on the "actor" pick for the containing actor. This is a shorthand notation for "hero.child[actor].field[id]".
usagepool[id] Transitions to the pool context corresponding to the usage pool given by id that exists within the current actor.
transact Transitions to the pick context corresponding to the transaction pick that is associated with the hero governing the current context.
NOTE! The transaction pick is only utilized within buy and sell transactions. As such, this transition is only valid within a few select scripts.
dynalink[index] Transitions to the pick context corresponding to the registered dynamic linkage with the index specified. If no dynamic linkage has been registered with the given index, the transition fails to resolve. The index may be an arithmetic expression that calculates the actual index value to be used.