I think some of what has been put forth has potential to be a good idea for xat but this really comes off as unorganized - most likely intentionally just to put the idea in effect and get it rolling. I don't think that is necessarily a bad thing either because since the site has a smaller user base at the moment you have the freedom to roll out any ideas regardless of how they will be received and you can of course work on it from there. From an outside perspective that is nice to witness.
From an outside perspective, the idea that you will give a cyan pawn to someone who makes the best game and then perhaps remove it from that person and possibly discredit him/her when something better comes along does not come off in the right way.
There's really just too much to think about with an idea as vague as this so I really hope this is not the final decision and definition of the celebrity pawn. Is the admin going to be just be picking whatever game he likes? The game that the community likes the most? The least buggiest / the most efficiently written one? These type of programs always have room for improvement and ideally that does not come from one person.
It's nice to see the celebrity status / cyan pawn given out for something other than being a celebrity because it shows that whatever ideas are floating around actually have potential to be realistic about intended outcomes.
I think so far in this thread the community is really overreaching with the idea that the celebrity pawn actually had a meaningful tradition.
I think the administrator should really look at adding a developer title to the community and only giving it to people who are invested into the site and clearly show that they have an interest in volunteering their time to write for the site / have established precedent that they will do so. This type of idea has potential to respect others who spend a lot of their time contributing to the site both on the website and off the website.