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how do i get to be a rulemaker in the future

guess the rule

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`wait, whos the rulemaker this round?`

me,

i wait for hummerz's respond, because first rule that i suggested was quite hard to understand (probably because my bad english )

i think hummerz5 is quite busy, and he doesn't have time to respond

additionally i haven't time to respond him earlier, because i was in school, that make waiting time quite longer than it should,

`wait, whos the rulemaker this round?`

]]>bobithan means no maths required prime numbers require som emaths

Bobithan wrote:

Previous rounds:

Round 01: Ninja - 79 posts (No prime numbers)

Round 07: Gosha - 52 posts (No posts with more than 5 lines)

Round 13: some man - 54 posts (Post # can't be prime)

Round 18: hummerz5 - 41 posts (Post can't contain letter A)

bobithan didn't mention to not use math

he said to not using specific value, or doing obscure math

prime numbers are very popular string of numbers

and it's very easy to know witch of these are prime or not

Pi value is too very popular, but it's not as easy to count next digits, but i think it's still possible to do a rule with it (but it's quite hard to think of that)

peace wrote:bobithan rules wrote:3. No rules that are too obscure Ex: The post #'s digits must add up to a multiple of 3

it hadn't used obscure thing

it used prime numbers, that is a group of numbers to it's not as specified as "not dividable by 2/3/5/7/11/13/17" - that would be obscured, because that thing use specified numbers instead thing that have a rule like prime numbers

it's like using even or odd numbers

it's more fair because doesn't use specified number

bobithan means no maths required prime numbers require som emaths

]]>bobithan rules wrote:3. No rules that are too obscure Ex: The post #'s digits must add up to a multiple of 3

it hadn't used obscure thing

it used prime numbers, that is a group of numbers to it's not as specified as "not dividable by 2/3/5/7/11/13/17" - that would be obscured, because that thing use specified numbers instead thing that have a rule like prime numbers

it's like using even or odd numbers

it's more fair because doesn't use specified number

]]>3. No rules that are too obscure Ex: The post #'s digits must add up to a multiple of 3