Passes at 9-0. -Purplebeard
Adminned at 14 Mar 2010 09:40:49 UTC
If the rule “You can run, but you canâ€™t hide” exists, reword it to:-
[[Image:England traditional counties.png|300px|thumb]]
Each Commoner is located in a County (tracked in the GNDT, and defaulting to Dorset), an entry from the list below. Each county is numbered and marked on the map to the right. If two counties have a border line running between them (and do not just meet at a corner), they are considered to be neighbouring.
- County Durham
The first line of the above rule is wiki markup for this image. Upon enactment of this rule, if the image has been replaced or altered since its initial upload, it shall be reverted to the version that was initially uploaded to that URL.
Replacing the list of adjacencies with an image map. I think “a border line running between them (and do not just meet at a corner)” is unambiguous enough, but if I’ve missed something we can patch it.