PLAYERS TASKS PRAXIS TEAMS EVENTS
Username:Password:
New player? Sign Up Here
Chrononautic Exxon
era group score: 10051
total group score: 21209
total players: 31

Tasks / Paleodiet

The diet of the hunter-gatherer differs from that of the typical SF0 player not only in composition, but also in the degree to which it is predictable. Explore the subjective effects of a scarce and unreliable food supply on the modern, western human by modifying your own food selection mechanism to include elements with random or uncertain outcomes; to wit, play a game to decide what and how much you eat.

1 to 100 players
45 points
Level 3
In the zone of: Chrononautic Exxon
Created by Loki

Terms: hipster, experimentation, experience, food, lokimadeit, cooking

1 completed :: 7 in progress
Interested in collaborating on this: (no one yet!)


Comments


(no subject) +1
posted by Pixie on February 28th, 2011 1:22 PM

I feel like i'm going to be rolling a d20 a lot in my future. Or basing my diet off of my performance in debate

(no subject)
posted by PDØ Hitman on February 28th, 2011 9:05 PM

Let's do this for dinner on Wednesday. I will set up something.

(no subject) +1
posted by relet 裁判長 on March 5th, 2011 6:50 AM

Can we make this a massive strategy (card?) game played across the globe? That sounds like one task where having lots of opponents really enhances the experience.

(no subject)
posted by Mountains of Radness on March 5th, 2011 2:08 PM

sounds like a plan

(no subject)
posted by A M on March 8th, 2011 1:48 PM

I kind of want to modify a game like Settlers of Catan or Agricola for use with this task. Probably won't be doing it myself, though, as most of my attempts to modify my food intake end in disaster.

(no subject)
posted by APR dreamlands on May 22nd, 2011 2:38 PM

I refuse to accept credit for this poor of a completion, but am still posting it, as a comment in case people are interested:

After a geohashing expedition, I decided to have a random meal. The restaurant was picked by my colleagues in the expedition, but was not random. For choosing my meal, the menu was only in German, a language I neither speak nor read. However, some of the items are easy to know what they are, including the gyros which I actually had. My method of choosing: I asked one of the people with me (relet as it turned out) for a number between 1 and 100. This was to decide who got to pick the item I would eat. As it turned out, relet ended up picking a number which sent the food choosing to him! However, the choice was now a number between 1 and 1000. He picked the number, and thus had me ordering the gyros:
344

(no subject)
posted by Lincøln on May 22nd, 2011 7:04 PM

Nice face growth.

(no subject)
posted by APR dreamlands on May 22nd, 2011 11:43 PM

Tack! It has stayed surprisingly even, especially considering I'm at nearly two months since the last trimming.


Praxis

view all images for: Paleodiet

highscore
Paleodiet by Pixie, PDØ Hitman March 23rd, 2011 10:44 AM

It was a cold and rainy night. Well, of course it was as were were in Portland in the Winter. We had exhausted ourselves at the local monument of capitalism and our ingrained desires for nourishment kicked in. I broke out a deck of cards so that w...

45 + 22 points :: 0 comments :: 6 votes :: 2 collaborators