Wednesday, May 07, 2014

Proposal: Under Oath

Times out and fails 2-3-2. -RaichuKFM

Adminned at 09 May 2014 17:20:20 UTC

Add a new rule to the ruleset, entitled Orders:

Each Knight belongs to exactly one Order, which is tracked in the GNDT. Becoming a member of an Order necessarily means abdicating actual or potential membership of any other Orders.

The available Orders are as follows:

* The Knights of the Saints
* The Militia of the Dragon

All new Knights belong to the Order of the Saints.

Each Order has its own page on the Wiki, referred to as its Chapterhouse. Each Chapterhouse details that Order’s Inventory.

A Chapterhouse also contains the requirements for membership to its Order. To become a member of an Order, a Knight must meet the requirements set out in that Order’s Chapterhouse. If there are no requirements set out in a Chapterhouse, that Order cannot be joined.

If Proposal: Two Arms passed, add the following to the end of the second paragraph of the rule entitled “Equipment”. Otherwise, add it to the end of that rule.

At any time, a Knight may freely exchange items between their own Inventory and that of their Order’s Chapterhouse, provided that they are at no point carrying more than five Items.

Blank the wiki pages linked to in this rule and set the Order of all Knights to “Knights of the Saints”,

Comments

RaichuKFM: SHE/HER

05-08-2014 14:46:17 UTC

I don’t know if (pseudo-)teams are the direction to go with this.

IceFromHell:

05-08-2014 15:58:45 UTC

imperial

Larrytheturtle:

05-08-2014 15:59:26 UTC

against

Purplebeard:

05-08-2014 19:46:16 UTC

imperial

pizzashark:

05-08-2014 22:27:48 UTC

against

Kevan: HE/HIM

05-09-2014 16:55:54 UTC

for Unidling, quorum rises to 5.

Bayushi:

05-09-2014 20:21:36 UTC

against This doesn’t seem to work (sets new Knights’ order to a value not on the list).
(Also, hopefully I’ve sent this right.)

RaichuKFM: SHE/HER

05-09-2014 20:52:57 UTC

Heh, you’re right: “Knights of the Saints” isn’t “The Knights of the Saints”, and “Order of the Saints” certainly isn’t. They might count because of plain English interpretation, but I don’t know.

Bayushi:

05-09-2014 21:06:40 UTC

against Now with infinity% more validity.