Friday, February 24, 2017

Proposal: The Sadness of Wolves

Reached quorum 5 votes to 1. Enacted by Kevan.

Adminned at 26 Feb 2017 18:14:35 UTC

The wolf curls up in the forest. It’s been feeling like somehow it’s doing more harm than good in this world, and it’s been dreaming of a life of blazing fireplaces, companionship and food that isn’t weeds.

Add to section Endgames:

If more than one villager are not dead and none of the living villagers have the Black Death, the doctor must announce this game state in a blog post. If all the villagers that are not dead agree to declare the village cured in the comments of that post, the number of all memento mori is disclosed and the villager with the most memento mori has achieved victory.

To have seen the most of this trouble seems a valid win condition.

Comments

pokes:

02-24-2017 12:11:08 UTC

for *cough*

Kevan: HE/HIM

02-24-2017 12:17:29 UTC

imperial

derrick: HE/HIM

02-24-2017 12:20:35 UTC

for

orkboi:

02-24-2017 14:34:05 UTC

for

Cuddlebeam:

02-24-2017 18:07:49 UTC

>What happens in the case of a tie?

>“Living” isn’t defined (because apparently “dead” needed to be defined too, and by the coin, so would “living” imo).

This rule could trigger immediately and the rule-state isn’t prepared to deal with those issues right now.

So against

Kevan: HE/HIM

02-24-2017 18:29:03 UTC

Interpreting “living” to mean “not dead” seems well within the bounds of common sense - there are many such tiny leaps of obviousness in the ruleset (your inventory is the stuff you are carrying, if you are exhibiting a disease then you are “with” it, if your Location has a value then you are “in” or “on” that place, etc.). That a rule happens to define a particular word doesn’t mean that all related terms also have to be defined to make sense.