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Hi all!

When the game hero enters an location where he've already been, do I have to use the definite artice with every item in the description? For example:

First-time description:
«I approached right up to the rocks surrounding the abandoned factory. There was no way either to the east or to the south. A steep wall of rocks also spread across north. At the bottom of a rock lay a sheet of iron, probably borne by the wind from the factory.»

Second-time description:
«Nothing had changed here since my last visit. The (?) grey rocks beetled over me from every quarter. To the west I saw the hangars of the factory.»

Somehow I don't want to omit the article before "grey rocks". Is it possible? Many thanks is advance, Anton P.S.: As you see, I am doing the touch-up of the translation which I have almost completed (with help from one great British geek who did the Runglish-English translation).
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Keep "the" in this sentence.
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Ok, thanks!
Ant_222I don't want to omit the article before "grey rocks". Is it possible?
Yes, it's possible but it changes the meaning. Use the definite article where the noun is already known to the listener/reader or has been introduced in a prior sentence.