If and when rule-changes can be adopted without unanimity, the Players who vote against winning Proposals shall each receive a number of points equal to 5*(favorable votes/non-neutral votes), rounded to the nearest integer.0. Initial Mutable Rule, 12 March 1998
When a Proposal is defeated, the Player who proposed it loses 5 points.0. Initial Mutable Rule, 12 March 1998
Proposers receive (20)(favorable votes on the Proposal/total non-neutral votes on the Proposal) points, rounded to the nearest integer, for each adopted Proposal.0. Created by Rule 315/0, 26 September 1998
If a Player forfeits, that Player's active proposals remain active, while the Player's inactive proposals are automatically withdrawn. Points owed to a former Player are not to be awarded.0. Created by Rule 315/0, 26 September 1998
Players' attributes may not be altered except in accordance with the rules. This rule takes precedence over all other rules dealing with attributes, or the permissibility of actions.0. Created by Administrative Review, 22 July 1998
There is a component of each player's score dependent upon the number of Subers he/she has accumulated. At the end of every turn, this component is set equal to [(Subers / Total Subers held by all players) x 500], rounded to the nearest integer.0. Created by Proposal 347, 1 December 1998
At the beginning of each game, players begin with 1000 Subers. Players entering a game after it has officially started will begin with 500 Subers.
Upon the closure of a Case, the Lower Court Judge on the Case receives 3 points iff the final ruling on the Statement is TRUE or FALSE.0. Created by Proposal 390, 5 January 1999
Any proposal may be designated by its author a "shared proposal." This designation may be added or removed at any time before the proposal is voted on.0. Created by Proposal 530, 6 July 1999
When designating a proposal shared, its author must also specify players with whom to share. The number of players which may be shared with is limited by the number of current players, but otherwise any number of players may be specified.
If a shared proposal passes, the points which would be rewarded to its author under rule 222 are instead divided amongst the author and the players e specified. Points shall be divided in integral amounts, and the author receives any leftover points which cannot be split evenly amongst the author and the players specified.
If a shared proposal fails, its author alone takes the penalties, according to any other rules which deal penalties for failed proposals.