Reached quorum 6 votes to 1. Enacted by Kevan.
Adminned at 17 Sep 2014 04:06:31 UTC
Create a new Game Document, entitled “Challenges.” Add one Challenge entitled “Passing”:
While this Challenge is Active, the number of times a player has Kicked the Ball is tracked in the GNDT. The first Player to have Kicked the Ball 5 times wins this Challenge.
Add one Challenge entitled “Scoring”:
While this Challenge is Active, the number of Scores a Player has is written as X(+Y), where X is the number of Scores the Player had before the Challenge was Active (their Previous Score) and Y is the number of Scores the Player achieved after it became Active (their Improved Score). The first player to have Scored 2 times since this Challenge became Active wins this Challenge. After this Challenge is finished, each player adds their Previous Score and their Improved Score to get their Score.
Enact a new rule, Challenges :-
A Challenge is a task that can be completed within the game that is detailed in the “Challenges” section of the BlogNomic wiki. By default, all Challenges are Inactive. Any player may attempt to create a new Challenge by making a Proposal titled “New Challenge—” followed by the name of the Challenge.
As a daily action, the Coach can make a Man of the Match post by making a post titled Man of the Match and Activating a Challenge within the body of the post. If and when a Player wins that Challenge, the Coach must make exactly one Victory post for that Challenge titled Man of the Match: Victory with the name of a player who has completed the Challenge in the body of that post. The player must be the first player to have completed the task. Then, any Admin may update the GNDT â€œShirtâ€ field of that player so that said player has an M in their Shirt field.
In Rule 2.2.1 “Kicking the Ball,” add
The number of times a Player has Kicked the Ball is tracked in the GNDT but remains at 0 unless a Challenge that includes the phrase “While this Challenge is Active, the number of times a player has Kicked the Ball is tracked in the GNDT” is active.
Will this bomb the blog? At least I can legally get rid of it if it does.
It’s what Sylphrena tried to propose, by the way.