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|Thu, 2012-02-23 03:59|
Howdy, everyone. This is going to be a weird one!
The base rules of this game are very similar to some other games we've seen before: people are assigned a challenge, each make cards to fulfill it, and then the winner judges each card based on whatever criteria they wish.
However, it'd be no fun without a twist, right? And I've got one!
During the course of this game, I shall act as your dealer, the roller of the glorious Challenge Slots. The Challenge Slots are a giant compendium of random requirements, challenges, restrictions, and so on and so forth! These are called Limits.
Whenever a player wins a challenge, they are given the duty of adding a challenge to the Challenge Slots, to be forever carried within its consecrated selection. Their submission will then, by default, be Limit #1 for the next challenge! I will then roll our wonderful Challenge Slots, producing Limits #2 and #3. People have a single week to submit entries for the challenge, from the date I post Limits #2 and #3.
For example, let's say MagicFreak won the first challenge. He would post Limit #1 for everybody, then I'd respond with Limits #2 and #3. Everyone would hustle and bustle to submit an entry, and then MagicFreak judges. Whoever wins that challenge continues the cycle!
As the dealer, it is my personal duty to excise any contradictory, unfairly-difficult, or repeated challenges, so no worries, players! I've got you covered.
If there's ever a delay in the new challenge or judging for three days or more, I will personally step in to resolve it. No new challenge will be added to the pot, but instead, there shall be a brand new roll! Dealer wins, right?
Let's roll, everybody!
LIMIT #1: Think green: Your card is to have at least two evergreen keywords.
here's how to randomly roll for new Limits. Just plug in the number of challenges (currently 50) for the bottom variable-dice, and roll twice! Should work fine.
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