Friday, January 06, 2006

(Not quite a) Proposal: Unidling

Add to the end of the first paragraph of Law 1.1:

No Rule may contain a provision that bars itself from being altered and/or repealed. If at any moment a Rule exists or is altered in a manner that renders it to contain such a provision, the entirety of that Rule shall be considered void and with no effects on the Gamestate. The provisions on this paragraph supersedes any text in a Rule.


Since I’m Idle (and Impeded from leaving that condition), I can’t actually propose this. I ask someone else to do so.

Comments

Angry Grasshopper:

01-06-2006 18:54:53 UTC

Ah, this would solve our problem nicely. I wouldn’t like to leave this in the core rules indefinitely—my last (non)-Dynasty had ‘Eternal’ rules in it, and although they were never used I’d hate to exclude them on principle.

ChronosPhaenon:

01-06-2006 21:04:52 UTC

This doesn’t prevent eternal rules, if the rule rendering them eternal is not the same as themselves, as 75th has commented in another post.

Seventy-Fifth Trombone:

01-06-2006 22:07:56 UTC

Or even if a Rule makes a /section/ of itself eternal it works just fine.