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Kaimanahi was Lucius
Yes, you tried to overthrow the Roman Republic. That doesn't mean
you're a traitor, does it? Overthrowing the government was
practically Rome's national sport by the time that you did it.
You were a controversial man, even before the conspiracy. The
aristocracy disliked your economic policies, on account of the fact
that you wanted to support poor people. You weren't unusual for that,
since that was how most aspiring autocrats got their support, but it
did hurt your odds in the elections. There was also the whole thing
where you allegedly killed a man, paraded his head through the
street, and had him retroactively outlawed. But you got acquitted on
trial for that, so it's not a big deal.
What did matter was the attempted coup. It didn't end well for you.
On the bright side, you died heroically in the fighting, and even
your enemies praised your courage.
Let's hope you can do better this time!
oppose the Roman government. You
win when the rebels control a majority of the vote.
are a citizen of Rome, and many will be reluctant to see you as a
investigate as a member of the town. [Godfather]
know how Roman politics work, and you have plenty of plotters who
want to support you. Crisis
event. If this event is successful, pick a player. That player can be
lynched with one less vote than normal in the next day phase.
safeclaim is Tiberius.
Yarith was Marcus Aurelius!
You were the last of the Five Good Emperors, and are really more
famous for your book than for your leadership. You were a fairly good
emperor, but you had a blind spot for your son, who was a horrible
person who became a horrible leader.
Your Meditations are among the most important sources of
ancient philosophy, and the most important work on Stoicism. They've
influenced world leaders for centuries, which probably makes you one
of the most historically significant emperors.
You were an emperor of Rome,
and you will see the eternal city triumph over her enemies. You
win with the town!
You have mastered your own spirit, and your experience has given you
a keen insight into the natures of other men. At night, you
may target another player to learn their alignment. [Detective]
Yasei was Romulus Augustulus!
have a fancy name and the world's worst father. He installed you as
the emperor of Rome, but only so he could use you as a figurehead.
Your reign lasted for about ten months, and almost nobody recognized
you as a real power.
father died at the hands of Odoacer, but he spared you. Probably
because you were a child who obviously had no power. He certainly
sent you into exile, and some sources say that he also gave you a
You were an emperor of Rome, and you will see the eternal city
triumph over her enemies. You win with the town!
of the West: Though the Empire
survived in the east, you were the last to rule as the emperor of the
west. You were lucky to survive getting deposed. Your
enemies will take pity on your youth. The first time that you would
die, you will survive. [1-shot death immunity]
Arix was Justinian!
Most people would classify you as a Byzantine emperor, but you have
direct political continuity to Rome, and your mod frowns on the
distinction between the two. The distinction is even less meaningful
for you, since you managed to reconquer most of the western
Your primary achievements were administrative. You rewrote most of
the nation's laws, and you were one of the few emperors to make
appointments based on efficiency. That wasn't a terribly popular
choice, but it worked pretty well. You also faced a notably
entertaining revolt by chariot racing fans that destroyed half of
Juris Civilis: You love laws. A
lot. You just can't stand illegal acts, like murder, and you'll do
what you can to prevent them. You may protect one player
from getting killed at night. [Doctor]
Cyndarin was Domitian!
History remembers you as a tyrant. Of course it does, it was written
by your enemies. It might be more accurate to say that you dispensed
with the pleasantries. You made it clear that you ruled Rome, rather
than paying lip service to the idea of the Roman Republic. It got you
assassinated, but it was surprisingly effective.
You also wrote a guide to hair care in spite of your own baldness.
Most of this book has not survived to the modern era, a fact which
your mod views as one of history's greatest tragedies.
You do what you want. The
aristocrats and officials may not like it, but you know better than
they do. During the day phase, you may ISSUE AN EDICT
to increase your vote weight by one. You may do this only once.
Tremula was your mod's favorite emperor, Julian the Apostate!
were born into the Constantinian dynasty, and were the last of that
line to rule. You were also born a Christian. That part didn't stick.
You turned away from the church and tried to revive Rome's pagan
and your dreams of a pagan Rome died on the end of a Sassanid spear,
but you did succeed in fascinating centuries of historians. You
didn't act like an emperor. You engaged in religious debates, you
spoke to normal people like they were your peers, and you shunned
most of the trappings of wealth. Though you were prepared to take
the throne by force (your men allegedly threatened to mutiny if you
didn't, but that claim might have been you hedging your bets), you
tended to focus on the administration. Your reign was too impossibly
complex to describe in full, and your mod humbly suggests that you
read up on yourself. You were fascinating.
Last Pagan: You turned your
back on the church to become Rome's last pagan ruler. This did not
make you popular, but it did give you quite a bit of experience
engaging in debates. During the day, you may DEFEND
<PLAYER> in the main game thread. The targeted player
cannot be lynched that day phase. You may not target yourself, and
you may only use this power once. [1-shot governor]
@Sylandra you have an annoying habit of winning games post-mortem. I like it.
Fyler said:Sylandra has a very signature (and somewhat twisted) sense of humor
are the night actions incoming? I wanna see if all my doctoring actually did anything
Sylandra said:Well possibly, but we also only saw one kill last night, but were conditioned to expect two, so FoS: Kaimanahi for a bit. [...]
....because we went from 2 kills to 1 kill on a night she was blocked, which is sketch.
Ushaara said:I also came so close to pressing post on a D1 accusation of @sylandra for being 3p/mafia, based off her 'hypothetically we might see anyone" post, taking it as evidence that she didn't have a town rolesheet. But I figured it'd be taken as one of my off-the-wall theories to be convinced off a single post, and would backfire onto me. Adapting a quote..."Mafia is a simple game. Town try to root out the mafia over several days, and Sylandra always wins in the end."(also yes, poor Sidd with a Nero safeclaim )