Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Proposal: Made in God’s own Image

Times out, can’t pass 4-2 / Skju

Adminned at 26 Jul 2013 13:19:42 UTC

If the proposal “Guess Who” fails, this proposal does nothing.

Amend the “!??” rule to say the following

A Player may be one or Higher Powers. All of the Higher Powers which a Player is are tracked in a GNDT called Higher Powers. Multiple Players may be the same Higher Power. If a Player reduces their own Eyes back to one (from a larger number) they become an Odin until they no longer have exactly one eye. Other players must spend one additional Eye to add to an Odin’s guesses. If a Player’s Image changes to one marked with a Star (for being a Featured Article) on the page of legal Images, they become a Loki. If they have not done so within the last 48 hours, A Loki may change another Player’s Image to any value that would be legal for that Player to change their Image to (under the rules of “<><"). After doing so, or after their Image changes to one no longer marked with a star, a the Player ceases to be a Loki.

Making Odin’s do something. Also bringing Loki in for some variety. Other Higher Powers can get added later as we get more mechanics/people have more ideas.



24-07-2013 21:06:26 UTC

I like the idea, but I feel like we should be encouraging people to get eyes, rather than stagnate at having 1. Maybe, allow each god a one time power (like with Loki) that can only be regained if that player attains 1 eye again.

Clucky: he/him

24-07-2013 21:31:00 UTC

Also why does my browser hate my formatting attempts…

If you only have 1 eye, you really can’t do much…


25-07-2013 01:05:40 UTC

Which is an excellent incentive to gain more eyes.


25-07-2013 04:31:03 UTC

I don’t really like Loki’s power, but I like the general concept.

redtara: they/them

25-07-2013 04:40:30 UTC


Josh: he/they

25-07-2013 07:44:04 UTC



25-07-2013 07:46:46 UTC


Kevan: he/him

25-07-2013 15:14:54 UTC

against A couple of Norse gods seem a bit arbitrary, given the huge scope of the Images and Styles.


25-07-2013 15:21:37 UTC



26-07-2013 20:18:10 UTC

against Mostly uninteresting.