Self Killed. failed by card
Self-killing changes the status of the proposal when the author votes against, regardless of later changes to their votes. So even though the author has been idled it still retains the status of self killed.
Adminned at 21 Mar 2017 00:19:40 UTC
Add a section called “Non-invasive scamming.”
Within it, add:
An Organ may propose a CfJ where they detail a series of actions they could hypothetically perform (for the purpose of this procedure, that series of actions may also be known as the “Scam”), along any justifications and defense in favor of why that series of actions would work, as well as the effects such a series of actions would cause. Those effects, for the purpose of this procedure, are the “Scam’s Effects”. Then, that CfJ’s proposed gamestate or ruleset change would be the Scam’s Effects - so if the CfJ succeeds, the Scam has been deemed to be correct, and the Scam’s Effects can be carried out.
Attempting to perform a Scam (or a similar series of actions) revealed via such a CfJ while it is still Pending can be considered to be against Fair Play, as this CfJ’s purpose is to allow for an Organ to perform a scam in a courteous way, not a public announcement for everyone to be able to steal that Organ’s scam idea. Note that this only applies while that CfJ is Pending.
Upturning the game every time I want to pull a large scam is annoying. Currently, scams can only be deemed correct or incorrect a posteriori, which would mean that if the scam involves nuking everything, I would need to nuke everything and then wait for someone to CfJ against that (if at all, but with scams it nearly always happens), to deem that eccentricity legally correct or incorrect.
And that’s annoying for everyone lol.
So with this, I would only need to detail how the scam would be done, not necessarily potentially nuke everything and wait for a possible CfJ to judge it, in order to perform it. It’s a QoL proposal.