Monday, July 06, 2009

Proposal: Pass Go. Collect $200

Passes 9-0, yuri_dragon_17

Adminned at 07 Jul 2009 23:20:18 UTC

Create a new rule called, “Caribbean Scavenger Hunt”:

Tourists (other GNDT entities are considered Tourists for the purpose of this rule, and any Tourist may make the appropriate gamestate changes for them) have a statistic called “Progress” which is tracked in the GNDT and can only have non-negative integer values. New Tourists and unidling Tourists shall set their progress to “0” at the time they join or unidle. As a daily action, if a Tourist has “made some progress” during the past 24 hours, they may roll 2DICE6 and add the result to their Progress Statistic.

Every time a Tourist has a Progress equal to or greater than 44, that Tourist decreases their Progress by 44, then their Money is increased by $200, once.

The following list contains the conditions that determine if a Tourist is making progress:

* Whenever one or more Shine Sprites are transferred from the Tour Guide to a Tourist, that Tourist has made some progress.
* Whenever a Tourists successfully takes the Princess with them, the Tourist and the Princess have made some progress.
* Whenever a Proposal that creates a rule or sub-rule is enacted, the author of that Proposal has made some progress.



06-07-2009 05:03:30 UTC

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redtara: they/them

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Darknight: he/him

06-07-2009 21:56:02 UTC

for so we go from mario to monopoly? nice lol


06-07-2009 22:31:43 UTC

Wait, this doesn’t specify the value of Progress for current tourists at the time it passes. Does the whole-action-fails rule mean that this proposal can’t be enacted? I suspect not this time, because it’s creating variables without legal values, rather than setting variables to illegal values.

arthexis: he/him

07-07-2009 04:56:56 UTC

Two words: Clarify ambiguity :P


07-07-2009 11:56:29 UTC

I suppose everyone starts with blank values (unless we’re considered “new Tourists).

Why 44, by the way?

arthexis: he/him

07-07-2009 13:06:54 UTC

It’s the number of squares in the monopoly board, but only if you don’t know how to count.


07-07-2009 15:34:01 UTC

That’s what I was thinking.
And I’m pedantic enough to make a proposal to change that to 40.


08-07-2009 01:09:52 UTC