Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Proposal: Signature Prop

Self-killed, failed by Kevan.

Adminned at 24 Mar 2009 16:34:56 UTC

At the end of the rule 2.7.1 ‘Using Props’ add the following:

When a Scripter uses a Signature Prop in a scene, that Scripter may increase their own popularity by 1.

 

Hoping to make the ways of increasing popularity more diverse, I think this might be a good idea, but more importantly, I’d like to see your own opinions on the matter.
It’ll be a while before anyone gets a prop to 10 C.R. anyways, and I can imagine it being hard to fit 10 words or more into your scene.

Comments

Rodlen:

03-24-2009 07:12:44 UTC

imperial

Josh:

03-24-2009 07:27:21 UTC

against It grossly devalues the popularity boost gained from being voted the best scripter at the end of the Act, which should be our primary means of gaining popularity.

Kevan:

03-24-2009 10:26:43 UTC

against As Josh. Would be okay if there were some way to distinguish a clever, respected use of a Signature Prop from “blah blah, hero kills three goons with the Signature Prop With A Name That Is Ten Words Long”.

Maybe a third vote for “best use of a signature prop” at the end of an Act?

allispaul:

03-24-2009 13:11:45 UTC

for

gill_smoke:

03-24-2009 13:45:21 UTC

imperial I have no scenes.

Qwazukee:

03-24-2009 14:54:29 UTC

against per Josh

Klisz:

03-24-2009 16:27:49 UTC

against

Psychotipath:

03-24-2009 18:45:17 UTC

hmmm if the popularity bonus were say for decent use of a prop over 7 words long gain 1 popularity nut under these rules against

Devenger:

03-24-2009 19:23:42 UTC

against disproportional to current Popularity gains; maybe double the +1/-1 from being voted best/worst scene if you have a signature prop?

Darknight:

03-24-2009 21:30:46 UTC

against

Influenza:

03-24-2009 22:07:29 UTC

against dokies, self kill