Wednesday, September 08, 2021

Proposal: After the End

Timed out 2 votes to 5. Failed by Kevan.

Adminned at 10 Sep 2021 15:09:52 UTC

Create a new rule called “Final Disclosure”:

The Cell or Ministry of Information named Josh shall, after a DoV is Enacted, be open to summarize, disclose and discuss the gamestate private information (acquired during the dynasty that this rule was added in) that they had in their care

I don’t mind if this dynasty could be a big sociological experiment, as long as Josh isn’t the only guy who gets the results.

It’s a cross-dynastic advantage.

Comments

Josh: he/him

08-09-2021 16:03:41 UTC

imperial

Kevan: Drone he/him

08-09-2021 16:31:37 UTC

This feels more like Cuddlebeam wanting to be able to say “I promise I won’t Inform on you, and Josh will later confirm that I didn’t” and/or “if I later find out that you Informed on me, I will never ally with you in a future dynasty”.

I’d prefer to explore gameplay space where that kind of promise or threat can’t work.

The cross-dynastic advantage is okay by me: everyone has all kinds of personal cross-dynastic advantages based on the past conversations and experiences they’ve had with other players.

against

Raven1207: he/him

08-09-2021 19:06:43 UTC

for

lemonfanta: she/her

08-09-2021 23:04:56 UTC

against per kevan. also didn’t we have a conversation in josh’s last dynasty about how u can just ask him to do or not do certain things, ‘cause hes a person & not a rules gadget? this feels like stuff we don’t need the rules to regulate, is what im saying

Clucky: he/him

09-09-2021 18:09:23 UTC

against

Kevan: Drone he/him

10-09-2021 09:52:19 UTC

[Lemonfanta] A proposal seems an obvious route to resolve a situation where several different players “just ask” Josh to do mutually incompatible things, forcing him to pick one over the others.

If this proposal fails, we should try a clear memory hole counterpoint proposing that Josh shares none of the data once the dynasty is over.

Darknight: he/him

10-09-2021 11:02:28 UTC

against