Tuesday, April 05, 2011

Proposal: David and Golders Green

Self-killed, failed by Kevan.

Adminned at 07 Apr 2011 01:34:22 UTC

Add the following as a sub-rule to the rule entitled Trails, titled Nomenclature:

Some stations form unusual trails. These are listed in this rule.

* Heathrow stations: When a player’s piece lands on Heathrow Terminals 1, 2, 3, Heathrow Terminal 4 or Heathrow Terminal 5, they add H# to their trail, where # is the number in the station name (i.e. a piece on Heathrow Terminal 4 would add H4 to their trail). # is always 1 in the case of Heathrow Terminals 1, 2, 3.

Add the following to the list of trail combinations in the rule entitled Trails:

H#. This is referred to as the “slingshot” combination. The player who possesses at least two iterations of the slingshot combination may use two or more of them to immediately undertake a number of daily actions, as specified in the rule entitled Movement, equal to the number of slingshot combinations used.



05-04-2011 12:55:24 UTC



05-04-2011 13:12:52 UTC


Kevan: he/him

05-04-2011 13:20:58 UTC

against “Use two or more of them” does not appear to imply “and remove them from their Trail” in any way.

Josh: he/him

05-04-2011 13:41:29 UTC

@Kevan - none of the trails do, the body of the rule already includes the following: “When a trail contains a certain combination of letters in order, the player who possesses it may undertake certain specified actions. When such an action is undertaken the letters used to undertake it are removed from the trail.”

Kevan: he/him

05-04-2011 13:48:31 UTC

Fair enough. Although actually, “H3” is not “a certain combination of letters” (it is a letter and a number), so it wouldn’t trigger that clause.

Josh: he/him

05-04-2011 13:50:10 UTC

Fair point.  against s/k


05-04-2011 23:41:17 UTC