Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Proposal: An immigrant walks into a parcel…

Times out at 5-1 and passes. -Purplebeard

Adminned at 19 Apr 2013 10:45:24 UTC

If there exists a rule entitled “Settling”, amend it to read:

A Noble has a Settler score tracked in the GNDT equal to Floor( (K - O) * U/P ), where K is the number of knights, O is the number Occupied parcels, U is the number of Unoccupied parcels, and P is the total number of parcels that the Noble has. Let S stand for Settler score.

Whenever Time is Advanced, the Noble who Advances it (the Advancer) must do the following for each Noble with a positive Settler score (the Landowners):

  • If the Landowner’s S is less than or equal to their U, the Advancer converts S of the Landowner’s Unoccupied Parcels into Occupied Parcels.

  • If the Landowner’s S is greater than their U, the Advancer converts U of the Landowner’s Unoccupied Parcels into Occupied Parcels.

  • If not, enact a new rule entitled “Settling” as a subrule to “Land” with the above text.

    This should fix everything.



    17-04-2013 14:24:11 UTC

    for Yep - all my contributions plus a couple fixes. Let’s settle some lands!

    RaichuKFM: she/her

    17-04-2013 15:57:57 UTC



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    19-04-2013 03:16:43 UTC

    Someone should amend Taxes if this passes to indicate where Settling falls in the Taxation process. Shall you explain yourself, Purplebeard, Baron Darcy, Baron Finch?


    19-04-2013 06:32:29 UTC

    Not to someone who mistook me for a lowly baron!

    RaichuKFM: she/her

    19-04-2013 10:54:12 UTC

    The way I see it, one must do it while advancing time, but as it doesn’t say when in the process one must do it, it would either go before the steps mentioned, or after. As in, one could do it either way. I could see an argument against doing it first, though.


    19-04-2013 12:01:35 UTC

    I am most sorry, Purplebeard, Earl of Norfolk; I somehow missed that position.

    RaichuKFM, Baron Lisle, Baron of Tattershall, Baron of Greystoke, the concern is with Property Tax, as it would pay you for Parcels Settled in the same Advance if this is first, which might be a good thing. It just needs to be explicit.


    19-04-2013 17:20:10 UTC