Glotmorf on 2 Apr 2003 03:31:00 -0000

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Re: [spoon-discuss] Re: [Spoon-business] Think way back for a bit...

--- Daniel Lepage <dplepage@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Nomicron's ruleset, AFAICT, has a grid not unsimilar
> to our own, 
> although not as heavily developed... it seems like
> it would not be 
> difficult to agree on a set of standard objects
> allowable on both 
> Grids...

Or on a common grid, perhaps a Rifts-like environment?

> One idea I had regarding interaction between Nomics
> came while looking 
> at the ruleset to Autonomic. It was very simple,
> having only five 
> rules, and I don't remember exactly what they were,
> but it was 
> something to the effect that each player had the
> power to create 
> personal rules which applied only to them, and that
> an event happened 
> in the main game if and when the respective rulesets
> of a majority of 
> all players involved in the event agreed that it
> would happen.

Simplest way to do this would be for the internomic to
have its own ruleset, with extremely separable rules,
that the individual nomics could acknowledge by
reference in their own rulesets on a piecemeal basis.

> Aside from that, there was some discussion on the
> Nomic Bulletin Board 
> at one point about the feasibility of internomic
> trading, and perhaps 
> even internomic war games, like a massive game of
> Risk or Diplomacy.

I still say separate grids.  They can belong to the
internomic, or we can have *gasp* societies at the
internomic level...:)

-- Glotmorf

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