Any Player who goes into Limbo while serving as the Judge of one or more RFJs commits the Crime of Judge Inactivity. This Crime is a Felony I for each RFJs for which the Player was selected as Judge when e went into Limbo.
Any Player who joins a Mob commits the Crime of Accessory to Incitation. This is a Felony III Crime.
Any Player who knowingly attempts to act as, or purports to be, someone other than imself commits the Crime of Impersonation. This is a Capital I Crime.
Any Player who incites a Mob commits the Crime of Incitation. This is a Capital I Crime.
Amend Rule 204/2 to read: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.
Amend Rule 206/0 to read:When a Proposal is defeated, the Player who proposed it loses 5 points.
Transmute Rule 106/1, and amend it to read:All Proposals shall be made publicly before they can be voted on, and if adopted, shall guide play in the form on which they were voted.
A player may propose that he or she be transferred from the person that player currently represents (Person A) to another person (Person B) who is not currently represented in Berserker Nomic by another player. If both Person A and Person B consent to this exchange in a public fora (as defined by R463), the player will represent Person B, and Person A will be without representation in Berserker Nomic. The player's identification will be changed to Person B's real human fore- and surnames or eir email address if eir real name does not uniquely identify em within the game; all of the player's other attributes will be unaffected.
Change Rule 307 to read:A quorum for Proposal voting purposes is a simple majority of eligible vote-casting entities.
If a quorum has not cast votes by the end of a Proposal voting period, the Proposals which were up for voting neither pass nor fail, but are held over for the next turn and remain active.
Proposals which require unanimous consent will fail if any eligible vote-casting entity casts a vote equivalent to a "no" toward the Proposal. On that condition, the Proposal will disregard the quorum and will not remain active or be held over for the next turn.
Vote-casting entities eligible but failing to cast votes during the voting period shall have their votes recorded as automatic abstentions.
If there is a rule 550 then amend it to read as follows:
The following Classes of Crime are defined, with the listed penalties or range of penalties:MisdemeanorI Fine of 0-50 subers
II Fine of 0-100 subers
III Fine of 50-300 subers
FelonyI Fine of 0-50 points and loss of 0-300 Subers
II Fine of 30-100 points and loss of 0-500 Subers
III Fine of 30-100 points and loss of 500-1000 Subers,
CapitalI Fine of 0-500 points, loss of 0-1000 Subers, optional gain of one loss.
II Fine of 30-100 points, loss of 500-1000 Subers, and a period in Limbo of 1-5 turns, optional gain of one loss.
III Fine of 30-100 points, loss of 500-1000 Subers, and a period in Limbo of 5-10 turns, optional gain of one loss.
IV Player Forfeits
A loss is considered the opposite of a win, and reduces the player's total number of wins by one, and is recorded as a loss in the game history.
Enact a new mutable rule with text as follows:Winning the game is a crime of severity Capital I. Judges are reccomended to penalize only excessive, repetitive or downright boring wins.
Transmute Rule 106/1, and amend it to read:All Proposals shall be made publicly before votes may be taken on them, and if adopted, shall guide play in the form which they had at the start of voting.
Append to the first paragraph of R233/1:No Player may hold more than one Justiceship at a time.
Player "Matthew Potter" shall always be considered to be out of Limbo, regardless of whether he has failed a Limbo check, declared himself to be in Limbo, or in any other way meets the normal criteria for entering Limbo.
This rule takes precedence over all other rules regarding Limbo when said rules are applied to the player known as "Matthew Potter."
Change the first sentence of section C of rule 319 to read:"The Administrator executes a Limbo Check for a player by determining if that Player has taken any game related action [[e.g. voting, proposing, commenting]] over the period of fifteen days immediately prior to the request for the Limbo Check."
Between the two existing paragraphs in rule 564, add the following paragraph:In compensation for this, Matt Potter forfeits all slack, that currently held and any future slack which any player (including himself) attempts to transfer to him. Said slack shall be given to the Thelma Charity Fund immediately.
Change "refered" to "referred" in rule 473.
Joel Uckelman loses 400 points.
Upon passage of a Proposal containing a spelling error, its proposer receives a "Spelin Trofie".
Append to the end of subsection C of rule 319 the sentance, "With the exception of voting, all game related actions occurring between the time of the request and the time of the execution of the Limbo Check are valid for any Player who fails the Limbo Check. [[eg. Limbo is not retroactive except in the matter of voting, however the Player is in Limbo after the check occurs and must declare emself out of Limbo to pursue any other game action]]"
Josh Kortbein, Jeff Schroeder, and Tom Plagge are the winners.