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Game-Day Rules

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JAILBREAK GAME-DAY RULES

DEFINITION

A game-day is any set of long-lasting orders that incites fair competition between players in order to eliminate prisoners. Only the warden may initiate a game-day, and upon their death, any ongoing game-day ends.

COOL DOWNS

In order to prevent repetition and monotony, similar game-days may not follow immediately after one another. Any two game-days are considered similar if they share any of these following categories:
  • Combat days: Entail a deathmatch or team deathmatch to determine the livelihood of a prisoner. For example, free-for-all, boxing, and guards vs. prisoners days belong to this category.
  • Instructive days: Entail the strict following of a multitude of orders to determine the livelihood of a prisoner. For example, Simon Says, first reaction/last reaction, military drill, and snitch or don't snitch days.
  • Inquisitive days: Entail the correctness of answer to determine the livelihood of a prisoner. For example, jeopardy and math trivia days belong to this category.
  • Performance days: Entail a majority vote across the guard team to determine the livelihood of a prisoner. For example, american idol and joke days belong to this category.





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