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[ACCEPTED] The Problem with Peyote

Postby Voxija » Mon Dec 23, 2019 5:46 pm

A weird issue idea that is based off an American history thing. I haven't gotten an issue like this, so I thought "why not post this draft here?"

I changed the title due to Candlewhisper Archive's helpful comments.

This issue is finally submitted!

Update: this issue is IN THE GAME! I'm so happy!

Title: The Problem with Peyote

Validity: Adult and no Atheism policy.

Description: The Pangaoaoangan tribe, a native people of @@NAME@@, use peyote, an illegal yet admittedly mild drug that causes hallucinations, in their religious ceremonies.

Option 1: "Drugs are bad, mmkay," says @@RANDOMFIRSTNAME@@ Emkay, holding a sign that says the same thing. "We have to stop all consumption of drugs, especially this 'peyote'. I love the Pangaoaoangans, but the peyote thing is a problem. Drugs ruin lives. All drugs, even mild ones, can be extremely addictive. The Pangaoaoangan tribe should still practice their religion, mind you, but they have to take the drugs out of it."
Effect: banning religious practices is okay if only some of them are banned

Option 2: Chief Hoogahooga, leader of the Pangaoaoangan tribe, takes a long draft on @@HIS@@ peace pipe and intones, "Lo, don't you want to allow the people living in your country to practice their religion freely? We do no harm, and peyote is not addictive. Peyote brings sacred visions that guide my people, and it is impossible to practice my religion and heed the words of the spirits without this plant-based substance. Please, @@LEADER@@, be sane, and allow my people to practice our faith."
Effect: converts to the Pangaoaoangan religion are just in it for the drugs

Option 3: (Validity: Theocracy): @@RANDOMFIRSTNAME@@ Adjectivitz, an overzealous minister of @@FAITH@@, invokes, "See! This is why we're a theocracy! Other, terrible religions like this Pangaoaoangan religion practice horrible and degenerate habits like taking these addictive drugs! In fact, why aren't why cracking down on this nasty religion? If @@NAME@@ is a theocracy, it must live up to the name."
Effect: @@NAME@@ is destroying dissident religions because drugs are bad

Option 4: (Validity: Capitalism) "Wait! Peyote comes from cactuses, right?" screams failed spelling teacher @@RANDOMNAME@@, who now works for McSanto. "If McSanto genetically engineers mutant cactuses that don't produce drugs, peyote won't be a problem anymore. Please subsidize McSanto's genetic experiments on cactuses. I'll get a paycheck boost and peyote won't be a thing anymore. Your choice."
Effect: disappointed Pangaoaoangans are suing McSanto

Option 5: (Validity: Socialism) "Wait! Peyote comes from cactuses, right?" screams failed spelling teacher @@RANDOMNAME@@, who now works for state-owned company McSanto. "If McSanto genetically engineers mutant cactuses that don't produce drugs, peyote won't be a problem anymore. Please subsidize McSanto's genetic experiments on cactuses. My standing will improve and peyote won't be a thing anymore. Your choice."
Effect: disappointed Pangaoaoangans are suing McSanto


Title: The Problem with Peyote

Validity: Adult and no Atheism policy.

Description: The Pangaoaoangan tribe, a native people of @@NAME@@, use peyote, an illegal yet admittedly mild drug that causes hallucinations, in their religious ceremonies.

Option 1: "Drugs are bad, mmkay," says @@RANDOMFIRSTNAME@@ Emkay, holding a sign that says the same thing. "We have to stop all consumption of drugs, especially this 'peyote'. I love the Pangaoaoangans, but the peyote thing is a problem. Drugs ruin lives. All drugs, even mild ones, can be extremely addictive. The Pangaoaoangan tribe should still practice their religion, mind you, but they have to take the drugs out of it."
Effect: banning religious practices is okay if only some of them are banned

Option 2: Chief Hoogahooga, leader of the Pangaoaoangan tribe, takes a long draft on @@HIS@@ peace pipe and intones, "Lo, don't you want to allow the people living in your country to practice their religion freely? We do no harm, and peyote is not addictive. Peyote brings sacred visions that guide my people, and it is impossible to practice my religion and heed the words of the spirits without this plant-based substance. Please, @@LEADER@@, be sane, and allow my people to practice our faith."
Effect: converts to the Pangaoaoangan religion are just in it for the drugs

Option 3: (Validity: Theocracy): @@RANDOMFIRSTNAME@@ Adjectivitz, an overzealous minister of @@FAITH@@, invokes, "See! This is why we're a theocracy! Other, terrible religions like this Pangaoaoangan religion practice horrible and degenerate habits like taking these addictive drugs! In fact, why aren't why cracking down on this nasty religion? If @@NAME@@ is a theocracy, it must live up to the name."
Effect: @@NAME@@ is destroying dissident religions because drugs are bad

Option 5: "Dude!" says your nephew, who has somehow managed to reconcile his belief in @@FAITH@@ with his Maxtopian Grass addiction. "It would be so cool if all religions had drugs as part of their ceremonies! I bet irreligion would drop like...uh... a hard thing if you did that! Please?"
Effect: religious people seem way happier nowadays


Title: The Problem with Peyote

Validity: Adult and no Atheism policy.

Description: The Pangaoaoangan tribe, a native people of @@NAME@@, use peyote, an illegal yet admittedly mild drug that causes hallucinations, in their religious ceremonies.

Option 1: "Drugs are bad, mmkay," says @@RANDOMFIRSTNAME@@ Emkay, holding a sign that says the same thing. "We have to stop all consumption of drugs, especially this 'peyote'. I love the Pangaoaoangans, but the peyote thing is a problem. Drugs ruin lives. All drugs, even mild ones, can be extremely addictive. The Pangaoaoangan tribe can still practice their religion, mind you, but they have to take the drugs out of it."
Effect: banning religious practices is okay if only some of them are banned

Option 2: Chief Hoogahooga, leader of the Pangaoaoangan tribe, takes a long draft on @@HIS@@ peace pipe and intones, "Lo, don't you want to allow the people living in your country to practice their religion freely? We do no harm, and peyote is not addictive. Peyote brings sacred visions that guide my people, and it is impossible to practice my religion and heed the words of the spirits without this plant-based substance. Please, @@LEADER@@, be sane, and allow my people to practice our faith."
Effect: converts to the Pangaoaoangan religion are just in it for the drugs

Option 3 (Validity: no Theocracy): @@RANDOMFIRSTNAME@@ Adjectivitz, an overzealous minister of @@FAITH@@, invokes, "See? This is what other terrible religions are like! Practicing horrible and degenerate habits like addictive drugs! You should get rid of all these nasty religions and hail the one true religion!"
Effect: @@NAME@@ is now a theocracy because drugs are bad

Option 4 (Validity: Theocracy): @@RANDOMFIRSTNAME@@ Adjectivitz, an overzealous minister of @@FAITH@@, invokes, "See! This is why we're a theocracy! Other, terrible religions like this Pangaoaoangan religion practice horrible and degenerate habits like taking these addictive drugs! In fact, why aren't why cracking down on this nasty religion? If @@NAME@@ is a theocracy, it must live up to the name."
Effect: @@NAME@@ is destroying dissident religions because drugs are bad

Option 5: "Dude!" says your nephew, who has somehow managed to reconcile his belief in @@FAITH@@ with his Maxtopian Grass addiction. "It would be so cool if all religions had drugs as part of their ceremonies! I bet irreligion would drop like...uh... a hard thing if you did that! Please?"
Effect: religious people seem way happier nowadays


Title: The Problem with Peyote

Validity: Adult, drugs are allowed, and no Atheism policy.

Description: The Pangaoaoangan tribe, a native people of @@NAME@@, use peyote, a plant-based substance, in their religious ceremonies. Peyote is a mild drug that causes hallucinations. Should @@NAME@@ allow religions to take drugs as part of rituals? Is it religious freedom if it is also drug abuse?

Option 1: "Drugs are bad, mmkay," says @@RANDOMFIRSTNAME@@ Emkay, holding a sign that says the same thing. "We have to stop all consumption of drugs, especially this 'peyote'. I love the Pangaoaoangans, but the peyote thing is a problem. Drugs ruin lives. All drugs, even mild ones, can be extremely addictive. The Pangaoaoangan tribe can still practice their religion, mind you, but they have to take the drugs out of it."
Effect: banning religious practices is okay if only some of them are banned

Option 2: Chief Hoogahooga, leader of the Pangaoaoangan tribe, takes a long draft on @@HIS@@ peace pipe and intones, "Lo, don't you want to allow the people living in your country to practice their religion freely? We do no harm, and peyote is not addictive. Peyote brings sacred visions that guide my people, and it is impossible to practice my religion and heed the words of the spirits without this plant-based substance. Please, @@LEADER@@, be sane, and allow my people to practice our faith."
Effect: converts to the Pangaoaoangan religion are just in it for the drugs

Option 3 (Validity: no Theocracy): @@RANDOMFIRSTNAME@@ Adjectivitz, an overzealous minister of @@FAITH@@, invokes, "See? This is what other terrible religions are like! Practicing horrible and degenerate habits like addictive drugs! You should get rid of all these nasty religions and hail the one true religion!"
Effect: @@NAME@@ is now a theocracy because drugs are bad

Option 4 (Validity: Theocracy): @@RANDOMFIRSTNAME@@ Adjectivitz, an overzealous minister of @@FAITH@@, invokes, "See! This is why we're a theocracy! Other, terrible religions like this Pangaoaoangan religion practice horrible and degenerate habits like taking these addictive drugs! In fact, why aren't why cracking down on this nasty religion? If @@NAME@@ is a theocracy, it must live up to the name."
Effect: @@NAME@@ is destroying dissident religions because drugs are bad

Option 5: "Dude!" says your nephew, who has somehow managed to reconcile his belief in @@FAITH@@ with his Maxtopian Grass addiction. "It would be so cool if all religions had drugs as part of their ceremonies! I bet irreligion would drop like...uh... a hard thing if you did that! Please?"
Effect: religious people seem way happier nowadays


Title: The Problem with Peyote

Validity: Adult, drugs are allowed, and no Atheism policy.

Description: The Violetstone tribe, a native people of @@NAME@@, use peyote, a plant-based substance, in their religious ceremonies. Peyote is a mild drug that causes hallucinations. Should @@NAME@@ allow religions to take drugs as part of rituals? Is it religious freedom if it is also drug abuse?

Option 1: "Drugs are bad, sheeple!" says @@RANDOMNAME@@, holding a sign that says the same thing. "We have to stop all consumption of drugs, especially this 'peyote'. Drugs ruin lives and are extremely addictive and drive people to steal to get more money for drugs. The Violetstone Tribe can still practice their religion, mind you, but they have to take the drugs out of it."
Effect: banning religious practices is okay if only some of them are banned

Option 2: Chief Hoogahooga, leader of the Violetstone tribe, takes a long draft on @@HIS@@ peace pipe and intones, "Lo, don't you want to allow the people living in your country to practice their religion freely? We do no harm, and peyote is not addictive. Peyote brings sacred visions that guide my people, and it is impossible to practice my religion and heed the words of the spirits without this plant-based substance. Please, @@LEADER@@, be sane, and allow the Violetstone Tribe to practice our faith and take peyote."
Effect: converts to the Violetstone religion are just in it for the drugs

Option 3 (Validity: no Theocracy): @@RANDOMFIRSTNAME@@ Adjectivitz, an overzealous minister of @@FAITH@@, invokes, "See? This is what other terrible religions are like! Practicing horrible habits like addictive drugs! You should get rid of all these nasty religions and hail the one true religion!"
Effect: @@NAME@@ is now a theocracy because drugs are bad

Option 4 (Validity: Theocracy): @@RANDOMFIRSTNAME@@ Adjectivitz, an overzealous minister of @@FAITH@@, invokes, "See! This is why we're a theocracy! Other, terrible religions like this Violetstone religion practice horrible habits like taking these addictive drugs! In fact, why aren't why cracking down on this nasty religion? If @@NAME@@ is a theocracy, it must live up to the name."
Effect: @@NAME@@ is destroying dissident religions because drugs are bad

Option 5: "Dude!" says your nephew, who has somehow managed to reconcile his belief in @@FAITH@@ with his Maxtopian Grass addiction. "It would be so cool if all religions had drugs as part of their ceremonies! I bet irreligion would drop like...uh... a hard thing if you did that! Please?"
Effect: preachers seem way happier nowadays


Title: Holy Mother Marijuana

Validity: Adult, drugs are allowed, and no Atheism policy.

Description: The Violetstone tribe, a native people of @@NAME@@, are using keeyotee, a plant-based substance, in their religious ceremonies. Keeyotee is a mild drug that causes hallucinations. Should @@NAME@@ allow religions to take drugs as part of rituals? Is it religious freedom if it is also drug abuse?

Option 1: "Drugs are bad, sheeple!" says @@RANDOMNAME@@, holding a sign that says the same thing. "We have to stop all consumption of drugs, especially this 'keeyotee'. Drugs ruin lives and are extremely addictive and drive people to steal to get more money for drugs. The Violetstone Tribe can still practice their religion, mind you, but they have to take the drugs out of it."
Effect: banning religious practices is okay if only some of them are banned

Option 2: Chief Hoogahooga, leader of the Violetstone tribe, takes a long draft on @@HIS@@ peace pipe and intones, "Lo, don't you want to allow the people living in your country to practice their religion freely? We do no harm, and keeyotee is not addictive. Keeyotee brings sacred visions that guide my people, and it is impossible to practice my religion and heed the words of the spirits without this plant-based substance. Please, @@LEADER@@, be sane, and allow the Violetstone Tribe to practice our faith and take keeyotee."
Effect: converts to the Violetstone religion are just in it for the drugs

Option 3 (Validity: no Theocracy): @@RANDOMFIRSTNAME@@ Adjectivitz, an overzealous minister of @@FAITH@@, invokes, "See? This is what other terrible religions are like! Practicing horrible habits like addictive drugs! You should get rid of all these nasty religions and hail the one true religion!"
Effect: @@NAME@@ is now a theocracy because drugs are bad

Option 4 (Validity: Theocracy): @@RANDOMFIRSTNAME@@ Adjectivitz, an overzealous minister of @@FAITH@@, invokes, "See! This is why we're a theocracy! Other, terrible religions like this Violetstone religion practice horrible habits like taking these addictive drugs! In fact, why aren't why cracking down on this nasty religion? If @@NAME@@ is a theocracy, it must live up to the name."
Effect: @@NAME@@ is destroying dissident religions because drugs are bad

Option 5: "Dude!" says your nephew, who has somehow managed to reconcile his belief in @@FAITH@@ with his Maxtopian Grass addiction. "It would be so cool if all religions had drugs as part of their ceremonies! I bet irreligion would drop like...uh... a hard thing if you did that! Please?"
Effect: preachers seem way happier nowadays


Title: Holy Mother Marijuana

Validity: Adult, no Theocracy, drugs are allowed, no Atheism policy, and moderate to high Religiousness.

Description: The Violetstone tribe, a native people of @@NAME@@, are using keeyotee, a plant-based substance, in their religious ceremonies. Keeyotee causes hallucinations, leading some to call it a drug. Should @@NAME@@ allow religions to take drugs as part of rituals? Is it religious freedom if it is also drug abuse?

Option 1: "Drugs are bad, mmkay?" says @@RANDOMNAME@@, holding a sign that says the same thing. "We have to stop all consumption of drugs, especially this 'keeyotee'. Drugs ruin lives and drive people to steal to get more money for drugs. The Violetstone Tribe can still practice their religion, mind you, but they have to take the drugs out of it."
Effect: banning religious practices is okay if only some of them are banned

Option 2: Chief Hoogahooga, leader of the Violetstone tribe, takes a long draft on his peace pipe and says, "Lo, don't you want to allow the people living in your country to practice their religion freely? We do no harm, and keeyotee is not addictive. Keeyotee brings sacred visions that guide my people, and it is impossible to practice my religion and heed the words of the spirits without this plant-based substance. Please, @@LEADER@@, be sane, and allow the Violetstone Tribe to practice our faith and take keeyotee."
Effect: converts to the Violetstone religion are just in it for the drugs

Option 3: @@RANDOMFIRSTNAME@@ Adjectivitz, an overzealous minister of @@FAITH@@, invokes, "See? This is what other terrible religions are like! Practicing horrible habits like addictive drugs! You should get rid of all these nasty religions and hail the one true religion!"
Effect: @@NAME@@ is now a theocracy because drugs are bad

Option 4: "Dude!" says your nephew, who has somehow managed to reconcile his belief in @@FAITH@@ with his Maxtopian Grass addiction. "It would be so cool if all religions had drugs as part of their ceremonies! I bet irreligion would drop like...uh... a hard thing if you did that! Please?"
Effect: preachers seem way happier nowadays
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Postby Australian rePublic » Tue Dec 24, 2019 12:15 am

Is this keeyotee a hard drug or a soft drug? What are its side effects? What are its intended uses?
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Postby Socio Polor » Sat Dec 28, 2019 1:16 pm

Australian rePublic wrote:Is this keeyotee a hard drug or a soft drug? What are its side effects? What are its intended uses?

Assuming its only side effect is hallucinations, I would say its a soft drug. This, in turn, leads me to ask why Marijuana is in the title. Does it have to do with the fact that Keeyotee is similar to that of cannabis? If not I would suggest changing the title. Also one minor suggestion, The validity is quite high for this issue; you want issues to be open to as many nations as possible. Might I suggest removing the 'No Theocracy' validity and only applying it to the third option, that way nations that are theocratic can still get this issue, just not the third option. Other than that I don't have much more to add here, good luck
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Postby Candlewhisper Archive » Sun Dec 29, 2019 3:15 pm

The issue is about peyote, obviously.

And I'd agree, it makes no sense for marijuana to be mentioned.

Honestly, I suggest just making the issue about peyote. You need to NSify when dealing with real places and often when dealing with real people. Plants and drugs only need to be NSified if you're trying to avoid the specifics of a dilemma that would stop an issue working well, or if the NSification makes the issue more interesting.

In this case, just make the issue about peyote already.
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Postby Voxija » Sat Jan 04, 2020 5:20 pm

Posted another draft. Please give constructive feedback.
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Postby Candlewhisper Archive » Mon Jan 06, 2020 2:51 am

Strip the opening back to this:

Description: The Pangaoaoangan tribe, a native people of @@NAME@@, have been illegally using peyote in their religious ceremonies.


The dilemma is self-evident, and the rest is just fluff.

As to the options, 1 and 2 are predictable but necessary positions, with some decently humorous character depictions.

After that, the "wild" options are all somewhat prosaic and tired, at least for NS where we've seen too much of these options before. I suggest cutting option 3 onwards, and coming up with a single truly creative and laugh-out-loud third option that is original and funny.

That's no small demand, I know, but that is what it will take to make this a straight-to-game issue.
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Postby Trotterdam » Mon Jan 06, 2020 4:54 am

Candlewhisper Archive wrote:Strip the opening back to this:

Description: The Pangaoaoangan tribe, a native people of @@NAME@@, have been illegally using peyote in their religious ceremonies.


The dilemma is self-evident, and the rest is just fluff.
It's probably worth mentioning at least "peyote, a drug that causes hallucinations," to give an idea of why it's relevant to religious ceremonies.

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Postby Lelscrep » Mon Jan 06, 2020 5:21 am

I don't want to hijack your issue, as it seems fairly refined at this point. You could possibly add someone using this issue to enact the atheism policy within the nation, like:

"See what these ridiculous cults, allow to go on, regardless of the law?!" says The Deity Mirage author @RANDOMNAME@, "What's next, human sacrifice? I say we just ban these archaic institutions outright, and end this problem once and for all!"

Requirement: Nation does not allow human sacrifice.

I can definitely see this making the issue too long however, just an idea. :)
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Postby Voxija » Wed Jan 08, 2020 5:13 pm

Bumping. This issue is almost ready to submit.
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Postby Lelscrep » Wed Jan 08, 2020 5:20 pm

Voxija wrote:Bumping. This issue is almost ready to submit.

Honestly it's looking pretty good. Good luck!
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Postby Trotterdam » Thu Jan 09, 2020 12:05 am

It's interesting to note that people who use drugs religiously are actually less likely to abuse them to a dangerous degree than people who use them recreationally, because they tend to use them only for specific religious ceremonies rather than whenever they feel like it.

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Postby Voxija » Thu Jan 09, 2020 6:15 pm

I have submitted this issue! Hope it gets into the game!
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Postby Lelscrep » Fri Jan 10, 2020 2:44 am

Voxija wrote:I have submitted this issue! Hope it gets into the game!

Good luck!
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Postby Candlewhisper Archive » Fri Jan 10, 2020 4:06 am

Trotterdam wrote:It's interesting to note that people who use drugs religiously are actually less likely to abuse them to a dangerous degree than people who use them recreationally, because they tend to use them only for specific religious ceremonies rather than whenever they feel like it.


This is a good comment, and if you wanted to edit something in to take this into account, I can replace the existing submission.

Generally speaking though, this is a good draft. Well done.
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Postby Australian rePublic » Fri Jan 10, 2020 4:45 am

Good Luck
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Postby Voxija » Mon Jul 13, 2020 3:43 am

This issue got accepted! It's in the game now!
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Postby Honeydewistania » Mon Jul 13, 2020 3:45 am

Voxija wrote:This issue got accepted! It's in the game now!

Congrats!
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Postby Australian rePublic » Mon Jul 13, 2020 4:24 pm

Yeay you!

Congrats, mate!

What's its issue number?
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Postby Voxija » Mon Jul 13, 2020 4:46 pm

Australian rePublic wrote:What's its issue number?


1346, keep an eye out for it.
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Oddly Jewish. Trying to learn French and failing. An American who wishes the US would switch to the metric system. Secret pyromaniac?

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I did not create this friggin flag; it is the Basque flag, and I will not change my IC flag.
I'd rather be fishing. | Author of Issues 1324 and 1346.
I think that by now I've created more lore for my nation than most real-world nations have.
I actually don't speak Basque. I just think it's a cool language.


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