Monday, August 13, 2007

Proposal: My hats off to ya

self killed—- clucky

Adminned at 20 Aug 2007 03:02:49 UTC

Replace the sub-rule “hat” of the rule “hammers” with

If a hat hammer is used on another monkey, that monkey tips eir hat to the monkey who used the hammer.

Add the following paragraph below the first paragraph of the rule ‘hat’

Each hat as an associated action. Whenever a monkey with hat color A tips er hat to a monkey with hat color B. If both hats are the same color, the action of that hat color takes place. Regardless, the monkey who tipped their hat then changes hats. The hat color of the monkey whom the hat was tipped to remains the same.

Replace the subrule “The hat list with:

The following is the list of hats known as the Hat List:

1) Red: The two monkeys swap hammers
2) Orange: The two monkeys each lose one banana, if they have one
3) Yellow: The two monkeys gain one dance move
4) Green: The two monkeys swap positions
5) Blue: The two monkeys each gain two bananas
6) Purple:  The two monkeys each use their hammers on each other, regardless of range. The monkey who tipped their hat uses their hammer first. If either monkey has a hat hammer, that monkey does their hammer.
7) Black: The two monkeys move to the barrel

Add the following dance move to the list of dance moves

Name: Hat Tip from n_A to n_B; Complexity 2; The monkey in position n_A tips their hat to the monkey in position n_B.

Comments

Kevan:

08-13-2007 18:40:10 UTC

against It might just be me, but I think we need a more engaging core game mechanic, not just extra bells and whistles for it.

Clucky:

08-13-2007 18:56:16 UTC

I tried that with items. No one even voted on the proposal.

Amnistar:

08-13-2007 21:46:27 UTC

the wording just rubs me the wrong way….a few typos
Comments in Brackets []
“Each hat as an associated action. Whenever a monkey with hat color A tips er hat to a monkey with hat color B. [whenever implies some sort of action, but nothing is listed here] If both hats are the same color, the action of that hat color takes place. [and if they aren’t?] Regardless, the monkey who tipped their hat then changes hats. The hat color of the monkey whom the hat was tipped to remains the same. “

“:  The two monkeys each use their hammers on each other, regardless of range. The monkey who tipped their hat uses their hammer first. If either monkey has a hat hammer, that monkey does their hammer.[does their hammer?] ”

aaronwinborn:

08-14-2007 00:34:58 UTC

for

Oracular rufio:

08-14-2007 01:46:21 UTC

for
Also, I would probably vote for the items proposal if it was proposed again.  I think I just forgot to go back and vote for it the first time around.

Amnistar:

08-14-2007 03:16:23 UTC

against Until my comments are addressed somehow :)

Clucky:

08-14-2007 11:56:21 UTC

against So it can be fixed.