It's never too early, is it?
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Slight change to this - listed in Pyro's Retarded Additions section
Pyro's Retarded Additions ~Fi said:Rules & Standards ~
Each cycle of the game goes by week-esque phases, with 14 houseguests entering the game at Week 1. The cycles will substain for 11 weeks, with number of houseguests decreasing each week. At the end of the 11 weeks, one of the two remaining houseguests will be crowned winner by the jury.
At the beginning of the week, players will compete for Head of Household (HoH), which will provide them both safety from eviction for the rest of the week as well as power over everyone else. The previous houseguest - if there is one - will not be able to compete for it. There is only one HoH a week, and winning it only provides safety and power for the week you win it.
After the HoH is crowned, there will be a food/luxury competition. Winning them will give benefits to the players later on, while losing them can give consequences that they'll regret. Once that is over, the HoH will decide which two players that would like to nominate. The two nominees will be up for eviction at the end of the week, or until the Veto nominations.
Halfway through the week, six players will compete for the Gold Power of Veto (PoV), which could veto a nomination by the HoH. The veto players consists of the Head of Household, the two nominees, and three houseguests selected by random. If the veto is used, the HoH will automatically have to replace the saved nominee with a replacement nominee. The HoH cannot put up the Veto holder, nor the saved nominee if they didn't win the veto. If the veto isn't used, the nominations stay the same.
At the end of the week, the nominees will have one final chance to pled to their fellow houseguests if they wish. One by one, Houseguests will vote for who they want to evict. The nominees and HoH are unable to vote, but the HoH will be able to vote in the chance of a tie. All votes will be accounted for, even if a majority is reached. Once the majority of votes have been tallied, the houseguest will be evicted, and unable to re-enter the house.
Once the game gets down to nine players, every houseguest that gets evicted past that point becomes a jury member. The jury member - which will consist of seven members by the end of the game - will vote for who they want to win the season.
- The previous houseguest will be able to compete in the HoH; however, if he/she attains HoH status again, the status will be instead given to the 2nd placed player.
- Once during the game (Week 7), players can nominate a non-Jury player to return to the game. If almost all players vote (like, only 1 doesn't vote, or there are a few abstains), the player will be back into the game, and that week will have a double eviction.
Other Stuff ~
- There will be quite a few major twists in the game.
- Inform me of alliances.