§2 Ninjas may make one motion to change the rules per post.
§3 Motions are decided by the next player who posts. They can either be accepted or refused.
§4 If a motion is accepted, the rules have to be updated in that post.
§5 Double Posting is forbidden.
§6 The winner shall be the first person to get 30 motions accepted. The winner of Nomy shall get 10 points, and everyone who participates 3 points.
§7 In order to reject a motion a ninja must provide a sound reason as to why they are rejecting it, which cannot be "to stop the motion-maker winning". If the reason given is not judged sound by the next ninja (who cannot be the motion maker), they can say so with "Not sound". At that point, the rejecter is considered to have broken the rules.
§8 All Ninjas in Nomy must be referred to as ninjas
§9 Ninjas who distinguish themselves positively within Nomy shall be referred to as Samurai
§10 A post which passes a motion must include a correct table of scores (the score must include the motion that was just passed)
§11 The score of a player is reduced by one point for each infraction of the rules they make.
§12 Refusals declared "not sound" are to be re-decided by the poster following the declaration of "not sound" who cannot be the original motion maker, original refuser, or the ninja who declared the reasoning "not sound".
§13 a Ninja shall not submit motions which promote the motion maker to Samurai status.
§14 On promotion to Samurai status, the ninja being promoted gains 5 bonus points as a reward. This reward shall be given 24 hours after the motion which grants the promotion is passed, provided that no motions overturn the award of Samurai status in that time.
§15 At no time shall there be more than 35 rules in effect. Motions passed once the motion limit has been reached will be considered denied until a pre-existing rule has been removed, at which point the 'denied' motion will come into effect.
Story Weaver 3
I make a motion to add the following rule: It is forbidden to make any motion that, when accepted, would prevent further changes to the ruleset.