Friday, June 29, 2018

Proposal: selfkill 2.0

Passes 7-0. Enacted by Brendan.

Adminned at 01 Jul 2018 04:53:57 UTC

Change “or the deck empty.” to

or the deck is empty.

Add a subrule to Cards named “Proposing” above the “Drawing” subrule with the text

The author of a proposal with one or more cards in it may choose to mark cards they don’t want in the ruleset after all. Cards are marked by having the author make a comment on that proposal with the text “SHRED X” where X is a list of card names present in that proposal which the author wishes to mark. Marked cards cannot be unmarked for that proposal and also do not get added to the ruleset upon enactment. For the purposes of this rule, text in proposals which are proposed to be cards but are not technically cards because of incorrect formatting are considered cards.

following derrick’s suggestion after seeing more proposals with lots of cards have errors in one or more of them.

i named it “proposing” since there might be more things that deal with cards in proposals in the future

i originally thought about allowing the author an option to add cards to a “fix me” bin but that would just clutter the ruleset too much. also maybe we should have something like this normally for proposals at least.



29-06-2018 03:52:30 UTC



29-06-2018 06:03:41 UTC


Kevan: City he/him

29-06-2018 08:28:08 UTC


derrick: he/him

29-06-2018 11:43:17 UTC

for nice choice of action word. “Shred”. heh.


29-06-2018 16:23:02 UTC


Brendan: he/him

29-06-2018 16:43:28 UTC

imperial Seems vaguely exploitable, but I guess the random draw mechanism is a buffer against suddenly-lopsided card set additions.


30-06-2018 04:51:51 UTC

[Brendan] I’d think if there were too many shreded cards the author might just opt to self-kill