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Re: If you have questions on a rule

by The Founder at 11/09/05 5:02 AM

Immutability is there to ensure that players can't descriminate against other specific players. For example, if Willy (this is a name chosen at random, to clarify) were winning the game, and the immutability restriction were not in place, I could propose "Willy is removed from the game," or some equally devastating rule, and it would almost assuredly be passed on the basis that people like to win. This manner would continue, and it would become nearly impossible to win unless it could be done in less than the voting period length at that time. This is an extreme, but other situations could equally well occur. As such, immutability restrictions are an important part of keeping the game fun and fair for all players involved. It works the way it is, and "if it ain't broke, don't fix it."

On the topic of your spelling mistakes, I can excuse them since I have no reason to expect you to be capable of proper spelling and grammar. However, pardon me in the future if I completely ignore your posts on the basis that I cannot be bothered to put effort into deciphering your writings when you can't be bothered to put effort into them to ensure they are legible. Some mistakes are alright, they happen. But if you want respect, you need to give it. That means putting effort into your posts if you expect others to read them.