Monday, October 05, 2009

Proposal: Vandalism!

Times out and fails 4-4 with one abstain -Bucky

Adminned at 07 Oct 2009 12:39:14 UTC

This Proposal is considered to be Spam.

Create a new rule, “Stitch Doctor”:

As a weekly action, a Healthy Survivor can attempt to heal another Survivor that is Fallen. To do so, the Healthy Survivor makes a Fitness test and reduces the Food and Water by DICE10. If the test is passed, the Fallen Survivor’s status is set to Wounded.

 

As you see, this proposal has a perfectly valid effect on the game, and thus cannot be considered spam. Except it makes itself spam upon approval. PARADOX.

Comments

Bucky:

10-05-2009 01:47:53 UTC

against .  A passed proposal being ‘considered to be spam’ isn’t relevant once it has already been enacted.

Qwazukee:

10-05-2009 01:48:26 UTC

Spam, as in the food made famous by Monty Python?

against

arthexis:

10-05-2009 01:53:28 UTC

If this proposal fails, it will be my last attempt to try to make fair rules for the living (they don’t seem to appreciate it!)

Also: There should be brain-flavored luncheon meat.

Ienpw III:

10-05-2009 01:58:48 UTC

imperial

Darknight:

10-05-2009 04:09:11 UTC

for

ais523:

10-05-2009 08:22:31 UTC

for The proposal is reasonable; the paradox attempt is weird, though. (It fails to cause a paradox as changes made by a proposal don’t affect the proposal’s enactment unless the proposal specifically says otherwise, by the way.)

Josh:

10-05-2009 09:07:40 UTC

against

Klisz:

10-05-2009 14:31:08 UTC

for

arthexis:

10-05-2009 20:10:48 UTC

@ais: but this proposal specifically affects itself with it’s effect. It says “This Proposal”. That sounds very specific.

Ienpw III:

10-05-2009 20:51:14 UTC

for

Klisz:

10-06-2009 01:13:51 UTC

It’s not a paradox, because “this proposal has a perfectly valid effect on the game, and thus cannot be considered spam” is false. Just because something has a valid effect on the game does not mean it can’t be spam.

Or have you forgotten your own dynasty?

Klisz:

10-07-2009 03:03:57 UTC

Also, what exactly is “luncheon meat”??? Is that a British/Canadian/Australian/New Zealandic-only term?

Ienpw III:

10-07-2009 03:17:16 UTC

No, it’s a non-Darth Cliche term.

Klisz:

10-07-2009 16:12:00 UTC

/me goes to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luncheon

...oh, ok, I see now.

Klisz:

10-07-2009 19:09:32 UTC

against  CoV because of meta