Sunday, August 08, 2021

Proposal: Betterment of the Ruleset, one Proposal at a Time: Prioritisation, the big boss (try 2)[Appendix]

Cannot be enacted, with 6 votes against to 1 for. Josh

Adminned at 09 Aug 2021 07:55:56 UTC

Appends the following bullet points into Prioritisation:

* If the aforementioned method fails to determine the prioritisation of two or more parts of the Ruleset, proceed to determine prioritisation using the following scheme:

- Annulment effect, which removes or zeros something;
- Arithmetic Addition effects, which adds something;
- Arithmetic Subtraction effects, which reduce something;
- Arithmetic Multiplication effects, which multiply something;
- Arithmetic Division effects, which divide something
- Type Modification effects, which modifies the type of the effect or the recipient of such effects;
- Type Addition effects, which designate one or more type(s) to an event or adds one or more recipients to the effects;
- Type Deletion effects, which remove one or more type(s) to an event or remove one or more recipients to the effects. If all recipient is removed, it is considered an Annulment effect instead.

* If the aforementioned methods fail to determine the prioritisation of the effects, the player or the Emperor who activated the effects may choose to resolve one effect before any other subsequent effects, and then reconsider the subsequent effect’s prioritisation.

try no. 2.

Comments

pokes:

08-08-2021 18:05:07 UTC

Does this fix enough existing problems to be worth 200 words?

Josh: he/they

08-08-2021 18:08:03 UTC

It’s the appendix, so I’m less concerned about wordcount, but I am unsure about what situations we’d need to refer to this.

Kevan: City he/him

08-08-2021 18:48:38 UTC

This does seem a bit opaque, and still leaves a hole at the bottom if the contradiction isn’t from an applied action, but just conflicting statements that two rules make.

I thought Ais’s simple “earliest sentence in the ruleset wins” tiebreaker idea was fine.

against

Darknight: he/him

08-08-2021 19:07:16 UTC

against

Josh: he/they

08-08-2021 19:23:45 UTC

against

Raven1207: he/they

08-08-2021 20:09:42 UTC

against

lemon: she/her

08-08-2021 23:17:19 UTC

against but i like that ur working 2 tidy up the dusty corners of the ruleset :0

Janet: she/her

09-08-2021 03:12:14 UTC

against