Monday, October 12, 2020

Proposal: Floods are destructive

Timed out. Fails 1-1-—Clucky

Adminned at 14 Oct 2020 16:17:51 UTC

change:
To Erode an Island is to reduce the value of each of its Levels by 1 (to a minimum of zero), then to remove all zero-value Levels from its Topology which have only zero-value Levels or no Levels above them.
to:
To Erode an Island is to reduce the value of each of its Levels by 1 (to a minimum of zero), then to remove all zero-value Levels from its Topology which have only zero-value Levels or no Levels above them, and remove all monuments from the topology.

Comments

Clucky: ABBOT HE/HIM

10-12-2020 15:20:48 UTC

We should probably just remove all the monuments from the game state, right?

Kevan: HE/HIM

10-12-2020 15:37:25 UTC

Floods destroying Monuments is already the case, isn’t it? The Flood will “set the values of all tracked gamestate information (except Topology) for all Islands to their new-player default values” - the new player default for Monuments is not having any.

derrick: HE/HIM

10-12-2020 15:51:09 UTC

Aren’t monuments tracked in topology?

Kevan: HE/HIM

10-12-2020 16:18:49 UTC

I don’t think so, they just get tracked in the same space:

“All Islands have a topology, which is a list of levels. A level is an integer number, and may be referred to by its position in the list.”

“Monuments held by each Island are tracked by adding their name in square brackets after the land value of that level in the Land column on the Great Sea page of the wiki.”

Topology is explicitly a list of integer numbers.

Clucky: ABBOT HE/HIM

10-14-2020 16:16:37 UTC

against cause no one else has voted on this and so if we really want it it should get reproposed and actually discussed