============================== CFJ 3512 ==============================
I paid Gaelan 1 Shiney via QPS.
Called by Quazie: 24 May 2017
Assigned to Sprocklem: 24 May 2017
Judged FALSE by Sprocklem: 08 Jun 2017
1 - QPS isn't a valid agency, as it contains 4 non-conjunction words.
(Will is a verb, not a conjunction)
2 - Agencies allow people to be acted on behalf of, not acted as
(though I'm unsure if there's a valid distinction there)
QPS's Supposed Text:
Quazie will Pay the Shinies (QPS)
Agents: All Players
If Quazie makes a pledge in which e pledges 1 Shiny in return for
an action or statement, the first player to fulfil the action/
statement in the pledge can transfer a Shiny from Quazie to emself.
Agencies Rule text (in part):
Rule 2467/1 (Power=1)
An Agency is a document empowering persons to act on behalf of
another player. A player may establish an Agency With 24 hours
Notice and thereby become its Director by specifying the
properties of the new Agency:
a) A title, which must be exactly three words, not
counting conjunctions, articles or prepositions.
Text of the pledge in question:
I pledge to pay Gaelan 1 shiny in thanks for not creating ~25^3 if
he uses the powers within the QPS agency to pay emself said shiny.
Text of the supposed payment of a shiny
On Sat, May 20, 2017 at 20:25 Gaelan Steele wrote:
I act as Quazie via QPS to pay myself one shiny.
To start, Quazie is correct about the validity of QPS. A verb (even an
auxiliary verb) is not any of "conjunctions, articles or prepositions"
that are excluded from the 3 word limit on agencies.
As to the second point -- about acting as vs. on behalf of -- they seem
subtly different meanings, but I don't think it would affect if Gaelan
I judge CFJ 3512 FALSE.