Monday, April 17, 2017

Proposal: Free Agency

Self-killed—arthexis

Adminned at 18 Apr 2017 22:26:13 UTC

In “Recruitment”, change

At any time, the Commissioner may put the employment of a new Blogger up to an auction open to all Managers, including the Commissioner. To do so, the Commissioner makes a Story Post (the Auction) containing information about a new Blogger, including (at least) their Name and Level. Their Level is determined by the sum of 3 DICE6 rolled in the GNDT.

to:

As a twice-weekly action, a Manager may put the employment of a new Blogger up to an auction open to all Managers. To do so, that Manager makes a Story Post (the Auction) containing information about a new Blogger, including (at least) their Name and Level. Their Level is determined by the sum of 3 DICE6 rolled in the GNDT. The Commissioner may make an Auction at any time.

Add a new rule, “Terms”:

- Twice-weekly action: A Weekly Action, as otherwise defined in Keywords, that may be taken up to twice in a given week.

I thought of asking in the sticky post what kind of flow rate we’d want for player auctions; but why not give Managers (collectively) the power to decide.

Edited to make weekly twice-weekly.

Comments

Matt:

04-17-2017 14:00:47 UTC

against

arthexis:

04-17-2017 14:39:32 UTC

for I think the Comissioner should also have power to veto auctions to keep things sane? And make the auction last 48 hours rather than 24.

Cuddlebeam:

04-17-2017 15:40:47 UTC

against Potential baJILLION auctions up per week and I’m not up for that lol

card:

04-17-2017 16:07:18 UTC

So I could make a blogger with Level 100,000? Sweet.  against

card:

04-17-2017 16:08:39 UTC

Oh wait the dice rolls duh. Still that’s 24 auctions per week.

derrick:

04-17-2017 17:31:39 UTC

against free-text names. No no. Not a bad premise though.

Oracular rufio:

04-17-2017 18:33:01 UTC

against

pokes:

04-17-2017 22:53:11 UTC

against S/K. Didn’t notice the free-text names.

Publius Scribonius Scholasticus:

04-18-2017 10:42:13 UTC

for Cool idea, maybe needs some improvement, but would dissipate importance of funds.