On Fri, 7 Jun 2019 at 13:48, Kerim Aydin <ke...@uw.edu> wrote: > I light a candle. > > [ > 2. Any player CAN "light a candle" by announcement. Lighting a > candle has the effect of the player announcing the following in order: > - "I consent to join the Reformed Church of the Ritual if I haven't > already." > - "I transfer 3 coins to the Reformed Church" > - "If the ritual has not been performed this week, I transfer 7 > coins from the Reformed Church to myself. If the ritual has not been > performed this week, I pay a fee of 7 coins to perform the Ritual."
Does this actually work? As far as I can tell, you agree that you perform those actions, but what power does a contract have beyond saying that you agreed that that's true? What makes it so, e.g, the Treasuror should think you did those actions? James