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Still Searching #2 - Round #7

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#22

Maybe that’ll be someone’s MW in the future, who knows! :thinking:

Getting back to the game at hand and answering your question: No, it isn’t.


#23

@Luxen
Q: Can it be touched?


#24

Yes.


#25

@Luxen

Q: Do we have it in our houses?


#26

No.


#27

@Luxen

Q. Can it be carried by a person?


#28

No.


#29

Q: Is it man made?


#30

@Luxen

Q: Does it make a sound? (Like for example: an airplane or a river)


#31

Yes, but it can also be made by nature. Technically, this would make the answer be Yes/No; I’d rather point it out instead of causing confusion.

Yes. Unlike the previous question, going into specifics would probably narrow it down too much.


#32

Summary :

. It’s not a living thing that can die
. It can be touched
. We don’t have it in our houses
. It can’t be carried by a person
. It can either be made by man or nature
. It makes a sound


#33

@Luxen Q: Is something, used to make other things, like a machine?


#34

No.


#35

Q: Is it something that can be made in a laboratory?


#36

Technically yes, though that would be a model of it instead.


#37

Are we able to ask multiple questions or are we stuck at 1Q and 1G?


#38

We’re still stuck with those rules, though the current GM of the Still Searching #1 thread did ask if such a rule could be changed due to the low amount of participants (ie. Most people have already used up those and have yet to reach the answer).

I don’t think they’ve gotten an answer about it from @SeekerSupreme yet though. If they do, I’m sure it’ll also apply to this thread as well, since it’ll most likely lead to a revision of the general/default rules.


#39

No

Accounting for possible time expiration limits, to avoid indefinite stale states is a necessity. I’ll enact those if need be.
Deciding based on an arbitrary, relative ranking is not an option though.


#40

Thanks for clearing that up. I’ll make sure to remove it from my post.

I just read the reply you left in the other thread and I wanted to ask: If the round ends in a fail state, does the GM for that round still get to choose which games they want?


#41

Not based on the round that ended in a fail state. Assuming he conducted the round according to the rules, he’ll get to run another one.