## Increasingly Complicated Counting

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### Increasingly Complicated Counting

Note: Rules don't apply retroactively to previous numbers.

1

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

1

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

2

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

3

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up

Rule #3: No Double posting

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up

Rule #3: No Double posting

- lllllllllwith10ls
**Posts:**15**Joined:**Thu Mar 07, 2019 2:52 am UTC

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

9

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up

Rule #3: No Double posting

Rule #4: Count only square numbers

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up

Rule #3: No Double posting

Rule #4: Count only square numbers

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule

- phillip1882
**Posts:**145**Joined:**Fri Jun 14, 2013 9:11 pm UTC**Location:**geogia-
**Contact:**

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

16

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

rule #6: as an alternative to rule 4 you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

rule #6: as an alternative to rule 4 you may post a palindromic number.

good luck have fun

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

22

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.

If it looks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, we have at least to consider the possibility that we have a small aquatic bird of the family Anatidae on our hands. –Douglas Adams

- phillip1882
**Posts:**145**Joined:**Fri Jun 14, 2013 9:11 pm UTC**Location:**geogia-
**Contact:**

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

25

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

good luck have fun

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

36, 64

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

81

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

- Rosewinsall
**Posts:**48**Joined:**Mon Jun 25, 2012 9:39 pm UTC

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

88

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

99, 100

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

If it looks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, we have at least to consider the possibility that we have a small aquatic bird of the family Anatidae on our hands. –Douglas Adams

- lllllllllwith10ls
**Posts:**15**Joined:**Thu Mar 07, 2019 2:52 am UTC

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

10113, 11113

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #13: Always append 13 to the end of your number

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #13: Always append 13 to the end of your number

mom fapathi

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

12113

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #13: Always append 13 to the end of your number

Rule #14: Rule 18 only applies to odd-numbered posts

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #13: Always append 13 to the end of your number

Rule #14: Rule 18 only applies to odd-numbered posts

- Rosewinsall
**Posts:**48**Joined:**Mon Jun 25, 2012 9:39 pm UTC

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

16913

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #13: Always append 13 to the end of your number

Rule #14: Rule 18 only applies to odd-numbered posts

Rule #15: If your number is even divide it by 2

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #13: Always append 13 to the end of your number

Rule #14: Rule 18 only applies to odd-numbered posts

Rule #15: If your number is even divide it by 2

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

17113, 18113

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #13: Always append 13 to the end of your number

Rule #14: Rule 18 only applies to odd-numbered posts

Rule #15: If your number is even divide it by 2

Rule #16: Every 23rd rule must repeal/overwrite a previous rule

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #13: Always append 13 to the end of your number

Rule #14: Rule 18 only applies to odd-numbered posts

Rule #15: If your number is even divide it by 2

Rule #16: Every 23rd rule must repeal/overwrite a previous rule

- lllllllllwith10ls
**Posts:**15**Joined:**Thu Mar 07, 2019 2:52 am UTC

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

19113, 19613

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #13: Always append 13 to the end of your number

Rule #14: Rule 18 only applies to odd-numbered posts

Rule #15: If your number is even divide it by 2

Rule #16: Every 23rd rule must repeal/overwrite a previous rule

Rule #17: Only prime numbered rules can be meta-rules

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #13: Always append 13 to the end of your number

Rule #14: Rule 18 only applies to odd-numbered posts

Rule #15: If your number is even divide it by 2

Rule #16: Every 23rd rule must repeal/overwrite a previous rule

Rule #17: Only prime numbered rules can be meta-rules

mom fapathi

- Rosewinsall
**Posts:**48**Joined:**Mon Jun 25, 2012 9:39 pm UTC

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

22213

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #13: Always append 13 to the end of your number

Rule #14: Rule 18 only applies to odd-numbered posts

Rule #15: If your number is even divide it by 2

Rule #16: Every 23rd rule must repeal/overwrite a previous rule

Rule #17: Only prime numbered rules can be meta-rules

Rule #18: If your number contains one or more 6 replace each 6 with a 0

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #13: Always append 13 to the end of your number

Rule #14: Rule 18 only applies to odd-numbered posts

Rule #15: If your number is even divide it by 2

Rule #16: Every 23rd rule must repeal/overwrite a previous rule

Rule #17: Only prime numbered rules can be meta-rules

Rule #18: If your number contains one or more 6 replace each 6 with a 0

- phillip1882
**Posts:**145**Joined:**Fri Jun 14, 2013 9:11 pm UTC**Location:**geogia-
**Contact:**

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

33313

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #13: Always append 13 to the end of your number

Rule #14: Rule 18 only applies to odd-numbered posts

Rule #15: If your number is even divide it by 2

Rule #16: Every 23rd rule must repeal/overwrite a previous rule

Rule #17: Only prime numbered rules can be meta-rules

Rule #18: If your number contains one or more 6 replace each 6 with a 0

rule #19: if your number can be cube rooted, do so.

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #13: Always append 13 to the end of your number

Rule #14: Rule 18 only applies to odd-numbered posts

Rule #15: If your number is even divide it by 2

Rule #16: Every 23rd rule must repeal/overwrite a previous rule

Rule #17: Only prime numbered rules can be meta-rules

Rule #18: If your number contains one or more 6 replace each 6 with a 0

rule #19: if your number can be cube rooted, do so.

good luck have fun

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

3,358,913

Red Mana: 3,358,913

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #13: Always append 13 to the end of your number

Rule #14: Rule 18 only applies to odd-numbered posts

Rule #15: If your number is even divide it by 2

Rule #16: Every 23rd rule must repeal/overwrite a previous rule

Rule #17: Only prime numbered rules can be meta-rules

Rule #18: If your number contains one or more 6 replace each 6 with a 0

rule #19: if your number can be cube rooted, do so.

Rule #20: Posts add X red mana, where X is the number posted. Anyone may spend this mana to cast spells, but they must add a new spell to the spellbook. Players can only add a spell to the spellbook after they cast an existing spell.

Spell #1: Fireball. 1,000,000,000 red mana. The next post must divide by 11 and round down.

Red Mana: 3,358,913

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #13: Always append 13 to the end of your number

Rule #14: Rule 18 only applies to odd-numbered posts

Rule #15: If your number is even divide it by 2

Rule #16: Every 23rd rule must repeal/overwrite a previous rule

Rule #17: Only prime numbered rules can be meta-rules

Rule #18: If your number contains one or more 6 replace each 6 with a 0

rule #19: if your number can be cube rooted, do so.

Rule #20: Posts add X red mana, where X is the number posted. Anyone may spend this mana to cast spells, but they must add a new spell to the spellbook. Players can only add a spell to the spellbook after they cast an existing spell.

Spell #1: Fireball. 1,000,000,000 red mana. The next post must divide by 11 and round down.

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

sqrt(33589)=183.27 -> (rule 4) 184^2 = 33856 -> (rule 15) 16928 -> (rule 18) 10928 -> (rule 13) 1092813 -> (rule 10) 6.0

My number: 6

Red Mana: 3,358,919

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #13: Always append 13 to the end of your number

Rule #14: Rule 18 only applies to odd-numbered posts

Rule #15: If your number is even divide it by 2

Rule #16: Every 23rd rule must repeal/overwrite a previous rule

Rule #17: Only prime numbered rules can be meta-rules

Rule #18: If your number contains one or more 6 replace each 6 with a 0

rule #19: if your number can be cube rooted, do so.

Rule #20: Posts add X red mana, where X is the number posted. Anyone may spend this mana to cast spells, but they must add a new spell to the spellbook. Players can only add a spell to the spellbook after they cast an existing spell.

Rule #21: Pagetoppers need to contain all the existing rules. Other posts don't.

Spell #1: Fireball. 1,000,000,000 red mana. The next post must divide by 11 and round down.

My number: 6

Red Mana: 3,358,919

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #13: Always append 13 to the end of your number

Rule #14: Rule 18 only applies to odd-numbered posts

Rule #15: If your number is even divide it by 2

Rule #16: Every 23rd rule must repeal/overwrite a previous rule

Rule #17: Only prime numbered rules can be meta-rules

Rule #18: If your number contains one or more 6 replace each 6 with a 0

rule #19: if your number can be cube rooted, do so.

Rule #20: Posts add X red mana, where X is the number posted. Anyone may spend this mana to cast spells, but they must add a new spell to the spellbook. Players can only add a spell to the spellbook after they cast an existing spell.

Rule #21: Pagetoppers need to contain all the existing rules. Other posts don't.

Spell #1: Fireball. 1,000,000,000 red mana. The next post must divide by 11 and round down.

- lllllllllwith10ls
**Posts:**15**Joined:**Thu Mar 07, 2019 2:52 am UTC

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

Red Mana: 100,100,113

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #13: Always append 13 to the end of your number

Rule #14: Rule 18 only applies to odd-numbered posts

Rule #15: If your number is even divide it by 2

Rule #16: Every 23rd rule must repeal/overwrite a previous rule

Rule #17: Only prime numbered rules can be meta-rules

Rule #18: If your number contains one or more 6 replace each 6 with a 0

rule #19: if your number can be cube rooted, do so.

Rule #20: Posts add X red mana, where X is the number posted. Anyone may spend this mana to cast spells, but they must add a new spell to the spellbook. Players can only add a spell to the spellbook after they cast an existing spell.

Rule #21: Players can add a spell without casting a spell if they hadn’t added a spell before.

Spell #1: Fireball. 1,000,000,000 red mana. The next post must divide by 11 and round down.

Spell #2: Mana burn. 1,000,000,000,000 red mana. The next poster’s red mana gets square-rooted.

Edit: ninja’d

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mom fapathi

- Rosewinsall
**Posts:**48**Joined:**Mon Jun 25, 2012 9:39 pm UTC

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

Edited: back to nothing

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- lllllllllwith10ls
**Posts:**15**Joined:**Thu Mar 07, 2019 2:52 am UTC

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

1.90561×10

Red mana: 1.90561×10

Rule #22: After applying all other rules before this, you need to take the number to the power of itself.

^{800844404}Red mana: 1.90561×10

^{800844404}Rule #22: After applying all other rules before this, you need to take the number to the power of itself.

mom fapathi

- Rosewinsall
**Posts:**48**Joined:**Mon Jun 25, 2012 9:39 pm UTC

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

(ninja'd again planet nine)

- lllllllllwith10ls
**Posts:**15**Joined:**Thu Mar 07, 2019 2:52 am UTC

- Rosewinsall
**Posts:**48**Joined:**Mon Jun 25, 2012 9:39 pm UTC

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

Red mana: 1.90561×10800844404 - 714,688,329,389

Rule #23: Rule 13 is repealed.

I cast Fireball.

Spell #1: Fireball. 1,000,000,000 red mana. The next post must divide by 11 and round down.

Spell #2: First. 9,000,000,000 red mana. The next post must reset at 1.

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- Rosewinsall
**Posts:**48**Joined:**Mon Jun 25, 2012 9:39 pm UTC

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

Edit: Double Post happened.

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

im just gonna ignore the ninja showdown that just happened

3422

I can't perform operations on with10l's number in my head, so i just mentally ballpark it to log10 of itself: 800844404

R#12:800844405

R#13: 80084440513

R#15: 40042220256.5

R#18: 40042220250.5

Rule# 19: 3422

Rule#22: 3422

Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #13: Always append 13 to the end of your number

Rule #14: Rule 18 only applies to odd-numbered posts

Rule #15: Divide it by 2, then round up, unless the result was exact, in which case reapply this rule.

Rule #16: Every 23rd rule must repeal/overwrite/modify at least one previous rule

Rule #17: Only prime numbered rules can be meta-rules ( Meta rules are rules that affect or depend on other Rules)

Rule #18: If your number contains one or more 6 replace each 6 with a 0

rule #19: Apply Cube Root, then round up, unless the result was exact, in which case reapply this rule.

Rule #20: Posts add X red mana, where X is the number posted. Anyone may spend this mana to cast spells, but they must add a new spell to the spellbook. Players can only add a spell to the spellbook after they cast an existing spell.

Rule #21: Pagetoppers need to contain all the existing rules. Other posts don't, they may opt to ignore up to half, rounded up of the rules. As a guideline, use commenting slashes // on rules being ignored

Rule #22: After applying all other rules before this, you need to take the number to the power of itself.

Rule #23: Overwrites 16, Then modifies R#15, R#19 and R#21.

Spell #1: Fireball. 1,000,000,000 red mana. The next post must divide by 11 and round down

Spell #2: Crucible 10^(75X+200)) Red Mana, The next post must apply (X+2)th root and round up. Cast only once per post.

I cast fireball 4 times, The next post must divide by 14,641

Red Mana: 1.90561×10^800844404+3422

3422

^{3422}I can't perform operations on with10l's number in my head, so i just mentally ballpark it to log10 of itself: 800844404

R#12:800844405

R#13: 80084440513

R#15: 40042220256.5

R#18: 40042220250.5

Rule# 19: 3422

Rule#22: 3422

^{3422}= (3422^{1711})^{2}Rule #1: Add a new rule with every post.

Rule #2: Count Up.

Rule #3: No Double posting.

Rule #4: Count only square numbers.

Rule #5: Every 7th post may add an exception to an existing rule.

Rule #6: As an alternative to Rule 4, you may post a palindromic number.

Rule #7: As an exception to Rule 3, you may double-post if there have been no posts in the thread for the last 72 hours.'

Rule #8: you may post 2 numbers rather than 1

Rule #9: Skip numbers if they are divisble by 7

Rule #10: If the next number is so high that you can't compute it in your head, you must take the logarithm of that number instead

Rule #11: If your number is a power of 2, then post it in binary.

Rule #12: If your number contains a "4", replace it with a "5". Only do this with the first "4" in your number.

Rule #13: Always append 13 to the end of your number

Rule #14: Rule 18 only applies to odd-numbered posts

Rule #15: Divide it by 2, then round up, unless the result was exact, in which case reapply this rule.

Rule #16: Every 23rd rule must repeal/overwrite/modify at least one previous rule

Rule #17: Only prime numbered rules can be meta-rules ( Meta rules are rules that affect or depend on other Rules)

Rule #18: If your number contains one or more 6 replace each 6 with a 0

rule #19: Apply Cube Root, then round up, unless the result was exact, in which case reapply this rule.

Rule #20: Posts add X red mana, where X is the number posted. Anyone may spend this mana to cast spells, but they must add a new spell to the spellbook. Players can only add a spell to the spellbook after they cast an existing spell.

Rule #21: Pagetoppers need to contain all the existing rules. Other posts don't, they may opt to ignore up to half, rounded up of the rules. As a guideline, use commenting slashes // on rules being ignored

Rule #22: After applying all other rules before this, you need to take the number to the power of itself.

Rule #23: Overwrites 16, Then modifies R#15, R#19 and R#21.

Spell #1: Fireball. 1,000,000,000 red mana. The next post must divide by 11 and round down

Spell #2: Crucible 10^(75X+200)) Red Mana, The next post must apply (X+2)th root and round up. Cast only once per post.

I cast fireball 4 times, The next post must divide by 14,641

Red Mana: 1.90561×10^800844404+3422

^{3422}-3,996,641,081### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

Fun fact: there is no rule about the order of the rules (except for rule #22)

Rule #24: you must not apply the rules in the normal order.

New number: 1e200

Old number: 3422

#10: 12094

#13: 1209413

#12: 1209513

#spell effect: 82

#19: 4

#11: 100

#22: 100^100 = 1e200

I cast fireball

Red Mana: 1.90561e800844404

New spell #3: Manaburn. Spend all your mana to add 1 to the number.

Rule #24: you must not apply the rules in the normal order.

New number: 1e200

Old number: 3422

^{3422}#10: 12094

#13: 1209413

#12: 1209513

#spell effect: 82

#19: 4

#11: 100

#22: 100^100 = 1e200

I cast fireball

Red Mana: 1.90561e800844404

New spell #3: Manaburn. Spend all your mana to add 1 to the number.

- lllllllllwith10ls
**Posts:**15**Joined:**Thu Mar 07, 2019 2:52 am UTC

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

Rule #25: You can cast spells that you created on the same post.

New number: 1e200

Old number: 1e200

#19: 4.6 × 10

spell effect: 4.2 × 10

#10: 65

#13: 6513

#22: 1.4 × 10

I cast fireball 1 time and iceball 9.0561 × 10

Red Mana: 1.43272 × 10

New spell #4: Iceball. Next person has to multiply the number by 11.

New number: 1e200

Old number: 1e200

#19: 4.6 × 10

^{66}spell effect: 4.2 × 10

^{65}#10: 65

#13: 6513

#22: 1.4 × 10

^{24839}I cast fireball 1 time and iceball 9.0561 × 10

^{800844395}times. Next person has to multiply by 10^{9.43096×10^800844395}Red Mana: 1.43272 × 10

^{24839}New spell #4: Iceball. Next person has to multiply the number by 11.

mom fapathi

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

rule #26: you can apply any rule more than once if you're posting before 12noon local time

next number: 69613

# spell effect: 10^(200+9.43096*10^800844395)

# rule 12 repeatedly until there are no more 4s . result = I don't even, but in the same order of 10^(200+9.43096*10^800844395)

#rule 10, twice: 800844396

#rule 15: 200211099

#rule 2: 200211100

#rule 4: 200222500

#rule 19: 586

#rule 6: 686

#rule 9: 696

#rule 13: 69613

//rule 22 ignored

I cast fireball and iceball

Spell #5: Rainbow (X red mana): change the colour of up to X mana to any colour you want.

Since lllllllllwith10ls didn't say it I decide that iceball costs 1,000,000,000 blue mana

I cast rainbow. You have 1e24839 red mana and 4.3272e24838 beige mana.

next number: 69613

# spell effect: 10^(200+9.43096*10^800844395)

# rule 12 repeatedly until there are no more 4s . result = I don't even, but in the same order of 10^(200+9.43096*10^800844395)

#rule 10, twice: 800844396

#rule 15: 200211099

#rule 2: 200211100

#rule 4: 200222500

#rule 19: 586

#rule 6: 686

#rule 9: 696

#rule 13: 69613

//rule 22 ignored

I cast fireball and iceball

Spell #5: Rainbow (X red mana): change the colour of up to X mana to any colour you want.

Since lllllllllwith10ls didn't say it I decide that iceball costs 1,000,000,000 blue mana

I cast rainbow. You have 1e24839 red mana and 4.3272e24838 beige mana.

- lllllllllwith10ls
**Posts:**15**Joined:**Thu Mar 07, 2019 2:52 am UTC

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

rule #27: You can skip rules.

next number: 1+13i

Old number: 69613

#rule 10, four times: -.78+1.36i

#rule 15: -1+i

#rule 19: 1+i

#rule 13: 1+i13

You have 1e24839+13i red mana and 4.3272e24838 beige mana.

next number: 1+13i

Old number: 69613

#rule 10, four times: -.78+1.36i

#rule 15: -1+i

#rule 19: 1+i

#rule 13: 1+i13

You have 1e24839+13i red mana and 4.3272e24838 beige mana.

mom fapathi

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

#Rule 28: If a posts local time ends with :00 treat its number as 3 , Also, you may edit (but not delete) other people's spell effects (but not their mana costs). You lose this ability if this rule is not followed within your post.

1 (#27)

You have 1e24839+13i red mana and 4.3272e24838 beige mana.

Spell #1: Fireball. 1,000,000,000 red mana. The next post must divide by 11 and round down

Spell #2: Crucible 10^(75X+200)) Red Mana, The next post must apply (X+2)th root and round up. Cast only once per post.

New spell #3: Manaburn. Spend all your mana to add 1 to the number.

New spell #4: Iceball. Next person has to multiply the number by 11.

Spell #5: Rainbow (X red mana): change the colour of up to X mana to any colour you want.

Spell #6: Ice Cubes: Next Person has to cube their number.

Cast manaburn

Number: 2

Red mana: 1

1 (#27)

You have 1e24839+13i red mana and 4.3272e24838 beige mana.

Spell #1: Fireball. 1,000,000,000 red mana. The next post must divide by 11 and round down

Spell #2: Crucible 10^(75X+200)) Red Mana, The next post must apply (X+2)th root and round up. Cast only once per post.

New spell #3: Manaburn. Spend all your mana to add 1 to the number.

New spell #4: Iceball. Next person has to multiply the number by 11.

Spell #5: Rainbow (X red mana): change the colour of up to X mana to any colour you want.

Spell #6: Ice Cubes: Next Person has to cube their number.

Cast manaburn

Number: 2

Red mana: 1

- lllllllllwith10ls
**Posts:**15**Joined:**Thu Mar 07, 2019 2:52 am UTC

### Re: Increasingly Complicated Counting

Rule 29: Every rule after cannot be ignored. (Overrides rule 27)

(Rule 27) 2

(Rule 27) 2

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