Adminned at 12 Dec 2009 13:35:40 UTC
If the Rule “Wish Fulfillment” exists, this Proposal does nothing.
Add a new rule, titled “Wishing”:
Each Adventurer has a number of Wishes, tracked in the GNDT. Each Adventurer initially has 3 Wishes. As a weekly action, an Adventurer may spend 1 Wish to Make a Wish, unless this would reduce their Wishes to below 0. When an Adventurer Makes a Wish, they shall make a post to the blog, with a subject beginning with “[Wish]”; the post shall contain exactly one statement (the Wish). The Djinn shall then interpet the Wish, and the Gamestate shall then be altered such that the Wish (according to the Djinn’s interpretation) is true, so long as it meets all of the following criteria:
* It does not change the Ruleset.
* It does not change the number of Wishes an Adventurer has.
* It does not cause an Adventurer to become Idle.
* It does not change who the Djinn is.
* It does not cause an Adventurer to achieve victory.
If an Adventurer feels that the Djinn unfairly interpreted their Wish, they may raise a Call for Judgment.
There. No more vetoed wishes, except for a few basic taboos to prevent “I wish I was the Djinn”, “I wish I achieve victory”, “I wish I had 10000 Wishes”, etc.