Friday, December 01, 2023

Proposal: Reputation Trap

Timed out, 6-1 with 1 DEF. Enacted by JonathanDark.

Adminned at 03 Dec 2023 20:00:28 UTC

Add the following to “Claims”

Claims may be Minor, Irremediable, or Standard and default to Standard

Set the “Positive Reputation” claim to be Minor. Set the “Faithful” claim to be “Irremediable”

In “Reputation” replace

Whenever an Heir begins meeting the conditions of a claim, if they did so outside of an Act of Subterfuge atomic action, they gain 4 reputation. Whenever an Heir gains a claim as a direct result of one of the steps of an Act of Subterfuge atomic action that they performed, they lose 4 reputation. Whenever an Heir loses a claim, they lose 4 reputation.

with

Whenever an Heir begins meeting the conditions of a standard claim, if they did so outside of an Act of Subterfuge atomic action, they gain 4 reputation. Whenever an Heir gains a standard claim as a direct result of one of the steps of an Act of Subterfuge atomic action that they performed, they lose 4 reputation. Whenever an Heir loses a standard or irremediable claim, they lose 4 reputation.

Reduce the reputation of all Heirs by 4

Right now, if you go negative reputation your immediately lose another 4 reputation. Which seems silly to me. Everyone also gets 4 reputation just for starting out not being divorced, and as long as you don’t roll super poorly you start with another 4 just from having positive reputation. Which also seems silly

This lets us have claims that really shouldn’t effect reputation, ones that we can just punish losing because you can’t regain, and then finally ones that you can gain or lose but we do want to include rewards for.

Comments

SingularByte: he/him

01-12-2023 23:21:29 UTC

for

Kevan: he/him

02-12-2023 00:07:54 UTC

for

JonathanDark: Sovereign he/him

02-12-2023 06:44:50 UTC

for

Desertfrog:

02-12-2023 07:34:32 UTC

for

Josh: he/they

02-12-2023 18:15:57 UTC

for

Vovix: he/him

02-12-2023 19:56:20 UTC

imperial

redtara: they/them

02-12-2023 22:23:50 UTC

against