Tuesday, July 09, 2019

Proposal: Dual Duel Regulations

Self-killed. Failed by Kevan.

Adminned at 11 Jul 2019 12:15:12 UTC

Add to the rule “Duel”:

If seven days have passed since a duel’s blog entry was posted and it has no opponent, any wizard or the king may close it by making a comment on the entry stating that they are doing so. A closed Duel ceases to be a duel.

And Change:

The Triumphant’s favour increases by the mean average Strength for that Battle of the other duelist’s creature slots, rounding up.

to:

The Triumphant’s favour increases by three, plus one if creature with gaudy is in their stable.

Comments

Farsight:

07-09-2019 19:01:06 UTC

imperial

TyGuy6:

07-09-2019 19:03:43 UTC

*snrkk*

TyGuy6:

07-09-2019 19:07:21 UTC

It’ll have to be Trial Regulations, next.

TyGuy6:

07-09-2019 19:12:01 UTC

Actually, Duel in title does nothing, because King Derrick ain’t no wizard.
against

Kevan:

07-09-2019 21:17:25 UTC

against on the grounds that this might be illegal anyway.

Ienpw III:

07-09-2019 21:20:38 UTC

for

derrick:

07-09-2019 21:28:01 UTC

[Kevan] how would this be illegal?

Cuddlebeam:

07-09-2019 21:29:44 UTC

against

TyGuy6:

07-09-2019 21:40:23 UTC

He must mean the post&duel; duality.

Kevan:

07-10-2019 07:10:30 UTC

Yes, just that. “Posts following the format specified by a rule are considered official posts.” - would a regular Duel post made by the King (or a proposal made by an idle player) be recognised as an official post, but an illegal one?

derrick:

07-10-2019 13:29:42 UTC

against

self killed. Not going to fight the silliness.