Self-killed, failed by Kevan.
Adminned at 30 Mar 2009 10:17:32 UTC
In the rule 2.2 Acts, add the rule 2.2.3 Dream Sequence:
When the Producer creates an Act, he may add the keyword ‘Dream’ in the title, before “[Act X]” (replacing X with the numeral of the new Act as usual). The Act is then considered as a Dream Sequence. A Scripter can not call ‘Continuity’ (see rule 2.3) on a scene in a Dream Sequence. Body Count in a Dream Sequence is the same as in a normal Act, as are Popularity gains from rule 2.5 ‘Best in Show Votes’.
Kind of like the Climax, except no body count total needed, and instead of affecting body count, simply continuity calls don’t count. (Admittedly, the producer can claim that a scene is a dream anyway, and just reject all continuity claims, but this way, no one has to lose body count by asking why Tall Girl is throwing a slipper on a cockroach whose head looks like that of Man). Note, the point about body count and popularity in the rule are just for clarity.
Also, if you think there should be some extra gain from dream sequences, someone can always add it by proposal later on :).