Thursday, June 12, 2014

Proposal: The Fixer-Upper

Vetoed upon ascension. -Purplebeard

Adminned at 14 Jun 2014 03:20:31 UTC

Word of caution in case I get sued: I do not own Frozen. That belongs to Disney.
Now, unto this BEAST (which is the subrule section which this proposal should be added to):
The Fixer-Upper’s motive is for the game to NEVER end.
His behavior is to roll a die with 3 sides and take action based on the number which is rolled.
IF ROLLED ONE: take 5 gold from the knight with the most gold and give it to the knight with the least gold
IF ROLLED TWO: increase self’s fortitude by 3
IF ROLLED THREE: steal a random weapon from a random knight and add it to his own inventory. If there somehow happens to be no weapons he will steal a random weapon from a random knight’s inventory. If there are no weapons anywhere, this action is null.
The Fixer-Upper had a fortitude of 20.

Comments

IceFromHell:

06-13-2014 03:24:00 UTC

against Again, although the intention seems clear, this isn’t formally adding a rule or a change to the gamestate.

[TheChosenOne] I know it’s clear enough what you want to do, but you really should take a look on other proposals to see they formating.

Purplebeard:

06-13-2014 06:47:08 UTC

against

Kevan: HE/HIM

06-13-2014 08:42:49 UTC

Casual “wink wink, I think we all know where this text should be inserted” proposals can backfire if the enacting admin decides to be perverse and insert it somewhere else. (In this case, an admin who didn’t want the Fixer-Upper to be in the game could just add the rule to the Equipment section, where it would have no effect. And in a worst-case act of malice, an admin could insert it midway through an existing sentence in the core rules to kill the game or open up a loophole.)

Nomic players are happier if they know exactly what change they’re voting on.

ayesdeeef:

06-13-2014 14:49:19 UTC

against Kevan’s got it.

Purplebeard:

06-14-2014 10:20:15 UTC

veto