Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Proposal: Longest Word in the English language

Passes 5-0. Enacted by Brendan.

Adminned at 28 Apr 2016 18:17:01 UTC

Add a new dynastic rule called “Smiles” and give it the following text

Each Imagineers has a integer number of Sunny Memories Instilled in the Lives of Everyday Society or SMILES (or just “Smiles”), tracked the GNDT in a column called Smiles which defaults to 0.

Add a new dynastic rule called “Construction” and give it the following text

Buildings are listed as sub rules of this rule and consist of a Name (which is the title of the subrule), a positive integer Cost, a positive integer Size, and an Affect.

An Imagineer may construct a Building in a Zone which they operate, by spending an amount of currency equal to (C + 500 * S + 1000 * X) where C is the cost of the building they wish to build, S is sum of the size of all other buildings currently in that zone, and X is the number of other Buildings which that Imagineer has constructed that day. An Imagineer may not construct more than 10 buildings per day. When an Imagineer constructs a building, they add an instance of it to the zone’s section on the [[Nomicland]] wiki page.

If there is a rule called “Visitors” add a subrule to “Construction” called “Playpit” with the following text

Cost: 1000
Size: 1
Affect: As part of the Local Accounting step, the processing Imagineer gains 1 SMILE per Playpit in a Zone they operate for each Child visitor that Business Day.



27-04-2016 22:47:13 UTC



28-04-2016 02:51:56 UTC


Brendan: he/him

28-04-2016 07:10:17 UTC

for but if I’m the one who enacts this I’m changing “affect” to “effect.”

Kevan: he/him

28-04-2016 08:19:19 UTC


Clucky: he/him

28-04-2016 15:43:35 UTC

Are the costs too much? It occurred to me that they might be. Even if we get 10 visitors per day, it would still take 5 days to afford something like this (more if you already have buildings)

Brendan: he/him

28-04-2016 18:02:09 UTC

That’s what budget requisitions are for.


28-04-2016 18:36:51 UTC

I think it depends on how other buildings will work, or other ways of making more money.