Sunday, March 21, 2010

Proposal: MY County

Reached quorum and passed, 10-0. Josh

Adminned at 22 Mar 2010 11:20:20 UTC

If the Proposal entitled “Proposal: A Clockwork Duck a l’Orange” failed, this Proposal does nothing.

In Rule 2.9 entitled “Invasion” replace “Monday” with “Monday at 0:00” both times it occurs.

To the first paragraph of Rule 2.9 add:

A County’s state is either “Occupied” (so Invaders have occupied this County) or “unoccupied” (the Invaders have not done so). If a Commoner is a Loyalist, their “wished state” refers to “unoccupied” and if they are a Sympathiser, their “wished state” refers to “occupied”.

To Rule 2.8 entitled “Royal Armies” add:

The wiki page [[County Activity] should show which Counties are liberated by which Commoners, and which have been attempted to be liberated (for example having “(liberated by [Commoner] attached, where [Commoner] is the Commoner who liberated that County).
The state of a liberated County is always the “wished state” of the Commoner who liberated this County. Its state may only be changed (as defined per
other Rules), if all non-liberated neighbouring Counties’ states are not the Commoner’s “wished state” or if there are no non-liberated neighbouring Counties. If a liberated County’s state is changed, this County does not count as a liberated County anymore.

Some clarifications and reproposing “Taking responsibility”

This gives Liberators the power to fight with “their” Counties for the Invaders or to defend England. Of course they should take responsibility then and might “loose” their County, if they are not able to fight well enough. Or they defect to the Enemy then - who knows?

Comments

Darknight:

03-21-2010 04:21:08 UTC

imperial

Put:

03-21-2010 07:51:12 UTC

for

DiEvAl:

03-21-2010 09:18:46 UTC

for

Josh:

03-21-2010 10:29:36 UTC

for

Klisz:

03-22-2010 00:21:03 UTC

for

Qwazukee:

03-22-2010 05:02:02 UTC

imperial

Kevan:

03-22-2010 11:50:20 UTC

imperial

Purplebeard:

03-22-2010 13:32:42 UTC

imperial

ais523:

03-22-2010 13:52:48 UTC

for for speed