Thursday, July 04, 2019

Proposal: a stable population

Self-killed. Failed by Kevan.

Adminned at 06 Jul 2019 07:33:57 UTC

Add to Stables

The King has a Stable, tracked in the GNDT. There is no limit to the number of animals which may be present in the King’s Stable.

At any time a Wizard may sell an animal by moving it to the King’s Stable and then gaining Food equal to half of that animal’s upkeep.

A Wizard may buy an animal that is in the King’s Stable by spending food equal to its upkeep, removing it from the King’s stable and adding it to their stable.

change “if that creature is in another wizard’s stable.” to

if that creature is in another stable.

Comments

Farsight:

04-07-2019 21:32:39 UTC

I like it.  for

TyGuy6:

04-07-2019 21:57:53 UTC

A major food grab run in the making. Since you can sell as many as you want, and adding certain creatures to your stable is free, the main limiter is that you probably can’t do it twice for the same type-traitlist pairing. Would be free food, first-comer style.  against

Kevan: City he/him

05-07-2019 08:33:04 UTC

against

redtara: they/them

05-07-2019 09:33:33 UTC

against per tyguy

derrick: he/him

05-07-2019 14:28:14 UTC

against

as per tyguy. The infinite food combo merely requires that you alternate between two creatures that give either a profit or a break even, removing the last creature from the king’s stable as you add each. Break even creatures can have an upkeep as high as (3): you pay three, make it giant, and sell it to the king for half of six, and you can remove the creature you’re actually making a profit on (which can have an upkeep of up to 1).

card:

05-07-2019 15:25:44 UTC

against

Madrid:

05-07-2019 22:29:10 UTC

for