Odilo wrote:I'm going to be discouraged from making the deciding vote on a motion if it means I'll have to update the wiki. I think it should be updated when someone posts a SotN.
The purpose of motions is not that they are perfect amendments to the rules. If you like the overall idea (wiki), but dislike a detail (who updates it) vote it in and then make a motion to amend accordingly. If others feel the same way your motion will get passed. This is the general pattern for all new ideas so far.
I would make an appeal that people would please vote for the wiki, as the game is currently in a state of flux until we can properly move over. It's quite urgent!
For myself, I think that updating the wiki when a motion is passed makes more sense, and reduces the burden on those who do SoTN posts.I cast my vote against Fiery's motion to create recursion. (Now 1 for, 1 against, 1 abstain)I cast my vote in favour of Carey's motion to allow odds. (Now 3 for, 0 against)
. (Note that motion does not pass yet)
Challenge of the Desert Blade, Round 1, Duel D (Chia VS Snarky)Chia strikes, Snarky feints. Chia scores a hit!
Edit: I apologize for not phrasing my arbitration requests correctly, Fiery. Pure laziness on my part I'm afraid. I'll do better from now on:I request clarification on rule Rule §06.02 (Rules on duelling). Despite the confusion earlier, I really think the rules should read that the judge declares the points according to what has actually been won, not just the text "X gains 3 points, Y loses 2 points". In motions we declare the actual number of points according to double down, honor, etc., not just 4 because that's what the rules say. So duels should be the same.
Further edit: I have created Challenge of the Desert Blade
on the wiki. If judges could add the results of duels to there, I would find that helpful, although it is not a requirement.