Wednesday, May 01, 2013

Proposal: Infinite parcels are bad

self killed—Clucky

Adminned at 03 May 2013 15:22:19 UTC

If there is not a subrule of “Obtainment” entitled “Relinquishment” create one. Replace the test of the subrule “Relinquishment” with:

A Noble may Relinquish any Title they hold by making it an Abeyant Title. A Noble gains 9 Wealth for Relinquishing a Dukedom, 6 Wealth for Relinquishing an Earldom, and 3 Wealth for Relinquishing a Barony. They must then transfer 1 wealth to any Noble which holds Lordship over that Title.

Need to nerf the price you can sell stuff for, otherwise someone with no Earldoms can get parcels for free. This would let them buy parcels at two instead of 3, but like whatever. Don’t want to make it too weak, right?

Comments

Rationality:

05-01-2013 23:54:25 UTC

Wouldn’t this mean you could still get buy-one-get-one parcels by buying Dukedoms?

Rationality:

05-01-2013 23:56:57 UTC

Also, not sure how hard core syntax needs to be, but will “replace the test” cause problems?

Clucky: HE/HIM

05-02-2013 00:19:00 UTC

eh probably not.

Sure. If you no one else in your dukedom you can get cheap parcels. I’m okay with with that. You can’t get infinite parcels and if someone else is in the dukedom they start having to get paid so its not a big deal.

QuinnR:

05-02-2013 01:47:53 UTC

for Fixes the infinite parcels thing (as far as I can see), was thinking of submitting a similar fix (minus the wealth payment part, I like that!)

Skju:

05-02-2013 01:55:21 UTC

Sort of better, but it kind of eliminates the tradeoff and makes the whole action negative.

Purplebeard:

05-02-2013 06:38:43 UTC

against

RaichuKFM:

05-02-2013 22:37:49 UTC

against Better fix: Just subtract 3 from the gain of Relinquishing an Earldom and 6 for a Dukedom.

Larrytheturtle:

05-02-2013 22:44:48 UTC

against

Rationality:

05-02-2013 22:49:59 UTC

against

Skju:

05-03-2013 22:06:22 UTC

against To kill quicker

Clucky: HE/HIM

05-03-2013 22:21:58 UTC

against to get the other one to pass