Sunday, July 10, 2011

Proposal: More Randomizing Traps

Can’t enact with 1 vote FOR and 9 AGAINST, without a change of vote. Failed by Kevan.

Adminned at 11 Jul 2011 08:09:13 UTC

Add the following text directly after the second paragraph of the rule titled “Traps”:

If there are at least four Targets in the Arena, any Gladiator may, if no other Gladiator has done so in the past 24 hours, move a Target by selecting a random Target and a random Arena Square. If the selected Arena Square is empty, then the Gladiator shall move the selected Target into that Arena Square by updating the Arena wiki page.

The Announcer may, once per Turn, create a Target by selecting a random Arena Square. If the selected Arena Square is empty, then the Announcer shall place a Target in that Arena Square by updating the Arena wiki page.

Replace “the Gladiator may place a Target” with “the Gladiator shall place a Target” in the second paragraph of the rule titled “Traps”.

This is so that gladiators don’t just stand two squares away from any targets and be safe.  Also, it gives the Announcer the ability to create new traps and makes placing the target a “shall” instead of a “may” when the random square is empty.

Comments

Kevan: HE/HIM

07-10-2011 17:40:31 UTC

against If “gladiators are just standing two squares away from traps” is the problem, it’d be more interesting to give them more reasons to move around, rather than just making the game randomly less safe.

SingularByte:

07-10-2011 17:56:28 UTC

against

scshunt:

07-10-2011 18:48:30 UTC

against has the “no other Gladiator” scam

mideg:

07-10-2011 19:21:51 UTC

against per coppro.

scshunt:

07-10-2011 19:31:34 UTC

(tempted though I was to admin it and abuse it, nothing could protect me from the same)

mideg:

07-10-2011 19:33:30 UTC

Hehe…

Yoda:

07-10-2011 21:04:11 UTC

Oh, my bad on the no other gladiator part.  I’ll leave this open (not s/k’ed) for now to get opinions on the concept itself.

aguydude:

07-10-2011 22:05:10 UTC

against

Josh: HE/HIM

07-10-2011 22:22:02 UTC

against

Darknight: HE/HIM

07-11-2011 04:02:53 UTC

against

Doctor29:

07-11-2011 04:19:52 UTC

against

Prince Anduril:

07-11-2011 15:07:41 UTC

against It should also probably be defined how a random target is selected.