Hm, that's a pity... (my "idea" is that things like blind dares might be more common if they're suggested by someone, rather than just an option - hence wanting to make someone a servant for a short time).
That's just pushing people into doing a blind dare, which we also said wouldn't be a good thing.
Servant system is out completely.
As a temporary factor for sure. Perhaps if someone would want to play a permanent Servant, we could check into things.
Blind dares are in: Blind dares are enforced upon whoever asks for them, but no one else can ask for or complete a dare after a blind dare is asked for. Blind dares cannot be overly complex, and they cannot force the victim into doing additional blind dares, or limit how they use the power.
Correct. The character receiving the dare always decides if they want a normal or a blind dare. Nobody else can force a character to take a blind dare, or ask them to take a blind dare as part of a dare. In short, no dare can refer to blind dares in any way.
Promises made by the person completing a dare are binding.
But only if the promise was part of the dare.
Promises made by other people are only binding on their honor.
Power usage cannot make one of your own promises impossible,
Basically, when you make a binding promise, you need to complete that promise to the best of your abilities, which includes not using the power in such ways that would make it impossible for you to complete your promise, so no separate rule needs to be made for this. If there would be such a rule, it would seriously limit the possibility of promises in blind dares, since there's almost always some way to break your promise using the power, meaning you can basically not be asked to promise anything, due to the earlier mentioned rule.
but it can make someone else's promise impossible. In case of the latter, there is no penalty.
Correct. That would make the remaining promise void.
It's also possible that using the Power makes it harder for others to complete a promise. In that case, they still need to try and complete the promise to the best of their abilities, unless it would no longer match specific formulations of the promise.
NC actions (such as taking advantage of someone helpless) are now possible.
Only when the character's player gives permission in the OOC thread, or the character sheet includes a general permission for receiving NC.