ok, so i like to read as much as i can about IF (and being unemployed really gives me the time to do so), and all nite tonite i’ve been reading Jimmy Maher’s Let’s Tell A Story Together.
(first, as a english major, i need to say that it is horribly in need of a editor, and yes, i know i barely capitalize and generally abuse grammar, but english majors are allowed to do that )
so anyway, i had always heard of Graham Nelson’s Player’s Bill of Rights but never really got around to reading it. i guess i just assumed to know what kind of shit it involves. so anyway, in Maher’s well-researched, but despicably written essay, he quotes the entire bill of rights.
so my question is, what the hell does #5 mean? it states:
Not To Have The Game Closed Off Without Warning
and i’ve been up for 27 hours now, so maybe im not thinking too clearly, but can anyone explain what this particular line means??