Self-killed. — Quirck
Adminned at 20 Mar 2017 07:11:20 UTC
If a quorum of the valid For votes have the text “themed” then change the text “may optionally specify that the terms Organ and Statolith” to
may optionally specify that the terms Combo (if it exists), Organ and Statolith
Under “Keywords” add the following definition before the “Can” definition, formatted like the others
Action: An act that a player does which changes the gamestate. Players updating the gamestate or representations of the gamestate to reflect automatic changes are not taking actions.
Add a rule titled “Combo”
Under it add the following text
Anytime an organ wants to do 4 or more non-atomic Dynastic actions within an hour, they may choose in leui of doing all of those actions separately to make a “Combo” blog post (which can’t be edited after posting) numbering and detailing the order of their actions and any changes to the gamestate and initial value of anything changed in the gamestate in those steps. Any steps that result in a random outcome must be before making the Combo with a note referring to which step in the Combo it is for. Random actions for this purpose can only be taken once per step of the combo and they do not count as being taken until said Combo is posted to the blog. They may then adjust the gamestate and anything that represents the gamestate to reflect the final results. If any action in the blog post is in error or results in an invalid gamestate, they must do the actions in reverse order and value. For the purposes of this rule, making a Combo does not count as an action. As an example, if the author of a Combo were to accidentally make an illegal action of transferring one Organ’s resource to themselves, doing the opposite would be to transfer that same resource to the Organ they got it from.
If a player for whom this is mandatory accidentally does four actions separatly within one hour starting from the first action without making a Combo, they must make a Combo within 30 minutes of the last action, detailing what they did. If they do not then those actions are reversed and never happened.
I’m not sure if the definition of actions are necessary but Kevan said something about it in my other proposal. It is not mandatory for any player but I added what would happen if it were, in case someone tried to make it mandatory for any number of people.
Also note that my comment does inherently contain the text themed.