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I think the fourth ground rule is a bit of a stretch. The fact that many melodies do include accidentals should not be taken as license to eschew key altogether, if the aim is to wind up with anything we could call a "melody."
This makes about as much sense as trying to count the number of possible words by computing possible combinations of letters. Most of the results will be gibberish.