[PROPOSAL][AMENDMENT] Fixing Unintentional Omissions/Changes in the Resurrection Section of the Character Bylaws

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Proposal Type: Bylaw Revision
Opened: 27-May-2016 12:55AM EDT
Closing: 27-May-2016 1:00AM EDT


 
PROPOSAL
This proposal is to correct an error made when the R&U and Character Bylaws were merged together which elevated NPC Resurrections from Notification to the Coordinator to Coordinator Approval, and also deleted a measure that passed Council on November 5th of last year requiring Coordinators sponsoring resurrections to go through Council via potential Auto-pass. You can see that vote HERE (http://www.owbn.net/votes/89483).
 
From everyone I have talked to (the Coord-Team), I've gathered this change was unintentional, as can be further inferred from no reference being found in the change-log present when the revision went to Council, which can be seen bellow.
 
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BYLAW CHANGES
This change affects the Character Bylaws, Section 10.e.
FROM:
iv. Character Resurrection - PC: Majority Vote - NPC: Coordinator Approval - Coordinator: Varies.
1. Defined as bringing back into play any character that has meet its final death or similarly become unplayable
2. Should the death occur in the character's home chronicle (or in a visited Chronicle whose Storytelling Staff grants specific permission) with the same HST being in continuous charge of the chronicle and less than 6 months has passed since the out-of-character date of the death scene, a proposal is not required.
3. Any dispute to define if a situation is a resurrection or not shall be arbitrated by the Executive Team
TO: 
iv. Character Resurrection - PC: Majority Vote - NPC: Coordinator Notify - Coordinator: Varies.
1. Defined as bringing back into play any character that has meet its final death or similarly become unplayable
a. This does not govern creature type conversions which involve death (example, a Werewolf becoming a Wraith)
2. Should the death occur in the character's home chronicle (or in a visited Chronicle whose Storytelling Staff grants specific permission) with the same HST being in continuous charge of the chronicle and less than 6 months has passed since the out-of-character date of the death scene, a proposal is not required.
3. Any dispute to define if a situation is a resurrection or not shall be arbitrated by the Executive Team
4. Once defined as Dead, a character may not be changed from PC to NPC in order to lower the restriction-level of its Resurrection
5. Coordinators proposing Coordinator-controlled-NPC resurrections may do so as part of their Coordinator duties, specified in the Coordinator Bylaws, Section 3.C.iii.
 
Thank you,
 
- Brian Orlando
 
 
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This is being granted the ability to pass by general consensus if not objected too. 
 
Nick
Head Coordinator
 
 

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