Demonic Tutor

Magic: the Gathering in the UK

If it would be a player's turn to propose a rules change and that player has both:

(a) voted on every proposed rules change since that player last proposed a rules change (including by implied vote), and
(b) not voted in favour of a rules change, other than by implied positive vote, since that player last proposed a rules change,

then that player skips his or her turn and may not propose a rules change.

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yes
yes
Yes
Sure.
so if you vote no at all you skip your next turn? Sounds like a plan.

Yes
i think what it means is - if all your votes were 'no' since you last proposed something, you don't get a go.
So if you vote "no" to literally everything for a round, or go away for a bit and vote "no" while you are here, you skip your turn? If you vote "yes" at least once in a round this rule has no effect?

I'm going to vote "no" on the basis that this is a moderate amount of bookkeeping for something that has not arisen yet and may never arise. Plus someone continually voting "no" will soon not be a problem because of majority voting. Plus I don't want to have to be forced to vote "yes" to something if this gets ugly once majority voting comes in. Plus Kieran will be far in the lead if this passes.

So, "no".
Thomas David Baker said:
Kieran will be far in the lead if this passes.

So, "no".

What more reason could you want for passing this? Amusing that my rule aimed to stop people griefing has been itslef griefed. I especially like the way you say no because a) it won't be a problem when we get majority voting and b) it might be a problem when we get majority voting.
I'm in the no camp too coz i kind like the idea to be able to say no whenever, and also, it means if u say no 6 times in a row, u are forced to say yes some time.
Major chance: bookkeeping for no purpose.
Slim chance: will make me say "yes" when I want to say "no".
Both things: annoying.

I hope I've made myself clear!

Kieran Symington said:
I especially like the way you say no because a) it won't be a problem when we get majority voting and b) it might be a problem when we get majority voting.
Kieran scores ROUND((313 - 291) * (6 / 8)) (Rule 202) - 10 (Rule 206) = 6
Everyone else scores 1 under Rule 303.

Ben is up.

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