Imagine you are fighting in a war. You are within a small group of soldiers but you control all of the soldiers on the battlefield. It is time to issue commands.
“Corporal Dunnan, do you see the soldiers over there?” you ask.
“The Infiltrators, behind the-” Dunnan starts.
“No, no, no. Not those infiltrators, the ones over there,” you point. Pointing is actually the only way you can issue commands, because your army is not very sophisticated, which is surprising since you are operating within a fancy mechanical robot body-thing.
“Oh,” Dunnan says, “the ones by the refinery.”
“Not in front of the refinery-”
“Oh kinda to the side of it,” he says.
“Yes, yes,” you reply, “Tell them to go over there,” you say, pointing.
“Okay,” Dunnan starts, “Unit 392, proceed to the balcony of the second floor-”
“No, no, no!” → I'll get a job later, for now I'm going to read this