I awoke this morning, convinced I'd just forgotten a way to have players invest...in other players (well, not exactly, but players investing in a portfolio account managed by another player, fractionally sharing their profits) in an game, and for it to be interesting and fraught...but I'd forgotten.

It has been a while since I've been this excited to go to sleep...to sleep, perchance to dream.

( @18xx )


@18xx Turning in now, scrabbling to restore context for the night ahead. Players managed portfolios, up to several per player. Portfolios were represented by share distributions, and they invested in companies with share distributions (matryoshka-nesting) which were run normally... With limits on asset movement between portfolios...except liabilities were capital calls against all shareholders? And then....something entangled portfolio rights, control & ownership....and....


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