The Shakespearean Mafia Game - Heroes (Town) Win!

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  • TarkentonTarkenton Traitor Bear Member Posts: 2,555 Transcendent
    From the audience: I was waiting for her to do that.
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  • XenthosXenthos Shadow Lord Member Posts: 5,995 Transcendent
    (From the audience: So was I.  I mean, she could have easily done that power and then voted for herself to activate whatever it was, so it was pretty obvious she was trying to scare people into doing what they did from my standpoint!)
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  • KrackenorKrackenor Member Posts: 594 Gifted
    (From the stage: I blame King Lear)
  • SylandraSylandra Friend of Dog Member Posts: 4,355 Transcendent
    edited May 2016
    Ye Olde Vote Count:

    Cyndarin: Maylea, Krackenor (2)

    None: Synkarin, Rolsand, Othero, Cyndarin (4)

    What ho! That's a no lynch!

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    None dare challenge @Cyndarin, quaking in fear as she looms over them all with a slow, menacing grin in her terrible splendour. Throwing back her head, she laughs and declares herself Tamora, Queen of the Goths, and delights in the quaking that ensues from her claim.

    "[...] say I am Revenge, sent from below 
    To join with him and right his heinous wrongs. 
    Knock at his study, where, they say, he keeps, 
    To ruminate strange plots of dire revenge; 
    Tell him Revenge is come to join with him, 
    And work confusion on his enemies." 
    -Titus Andronicus

    Cyndarin's threats strike the heart of our spread-out troupe, freezing them all in place with inaction until at last the clock signaling night begins to toll. Each terrible bell rings out as the players watch Cyndarin part, wondering which of them they will see in the morning... assuming they wake at all.

    [Exeunt, all]
    Fyler said:
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  • SylandraSylandra Friend of Dog Member Posts: 4,355 Transcendent
    It is Act Seven
    Scene Two: Night

    You have forty-eight hours to send in your night actions. Act Eight will begin either when all actions are received, or the deadline is up.
    Fyler said:
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  • LuceLuce Fox Populi Member Posts: 2,466 Transcendent
    Sylandra said:

    Cyndarin's threats strike the heart of our spread-out troupe, freezing them all in place with inaction until at last the clock signaling night begins to toll. Each terrible bell rings out as the players watch Cyndarin part, wondering which of them they will see in the morning... assuming they wake at all.

    [Exeunt, all]
    ((Isn't that how we got Cyndaquil the TA?))
  • SylandraSylandra Friend of Dog Member Posts: 4,355 Transcendent
    In the immortal words of Luce Lady Macbeth:

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    Fyler said:
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  • SylandraSylandra Friend of Dog Member Posts: 4,355 Transcendent
    The stage lights flicker, announcing that all night actions are in! Act Eight will begin shortly.
    Fyler said:
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  • SylandraSylandra Friend of Dog Member Posts: 4,355 Transcendent
    edited May 2016
    Act Seven
    Scene Two: Night

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    “Our revels now are ended. These our actors, 
    As I foretold you, were all spirits and 
     Are melted into air, into thin air: 
     And, like the baseless fabric of this vision, 
    The cloud-capp’d towers, the gorgeous palaces, 
    The solemn temples, the great globe itself, 
    Yea, all which it inherit, shall dissolve 
    And, like this insubstantial pageant faded, 
    Leave not a rack behind. We are such stuff 
    As dreams are made on, and our little life 
    Is rounded with a sleep.”
    -The Tempest

    An unearthly wailing awakens our players to the stage, where the luck of the previous night has no longer held out. Indeed, the lifeless corpse of Synkarin lies here, having been stabbed mercilessly in the night by some cruel villain left among you. An incorporeal spirit hovers by his side, vanishing only when the rest of the cast take to Prospero's side.

    "I have done thee worthy service," he says as he departs, letting us know that Synkarin was...

    Prospero, a comic hero. 

    Greetings, proud Prospero: the ousted Duke of Milan and grand sorcerer of Shakespeare’s The Tempest. Many believe you to be a stand-in for Shakespeare himself in his final play, and when you give up all your magic, it’s seen as a parallel to Shakespeare giving up his pen. Though like Shakespeare, you keep a close eye on the goings-on of your play. Not a single action occurs on your island that you are unaware of. You're a bit overbearing, but really it all comes from a place of...well, sometimes love, sometimes revenge. Regardless, you know best. 

    You also saved the spirit Ariel from the curse of the witch, Sycorax, who had imprisoned the spirit within a tree to live forever in torment. Ever since you freed him, Ariel has been your indentured servant, doing your will. And the power of a spirit can prove very handy on a stage of this magnitude. 

    You win when all villains are eliminated from the stage. 

    Spirit of the Air: You can ask Ariel to keep an eye on any one of the players you like in the night and report back to you on who visits them in the night. After all, you like to know what's going on. [Watcher Power]

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    The epilogue cannot be far now. All the actors on the stage exchange knowing glances and prepare for the next Act, their minds more or less decided even as dawn breaks this day.

    [Exeunt all, sans Synkarin]
    Fyler said:
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  • SylandraSylandra Friend of Dog Member Posts: 4,355 Transcendent
    It is Act Eight
    Scene One: Day

    5 players remain on stage.

    It takes the verdict of 3 people to sabotage a fellow player from the stage.
    Fyler said:
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  • KrackenorKrackenor Member Posts: 594 Gifted
    Before she hopefully can react, Vote: Cyndarin
  • KrackenorKrackenor Member Posts: 594 Gifted
    @Rolsand That means you do your thing buddy
  • CyndarinAscendsCyndarinAscends Member Posts: 1,461 Transcendent
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  • RolsandRolsand Member Posts: 876 Adept
    Can't use my powers but I'll vote:Cyndarin
  • RolsandRolsand Member Posts: 876 Adept
    I believe it would be best that only three of us were to vote.
  • CyndarinAscendsCyndarinAscends Member Posts: 1,461 Transcendent
    Oooh what power?
  • OtheroOthero Member Posts: 832 Virtuoso
    Vote: Cyndarin
  • CyndarinAscendsCyndarinAscends Member Posts: 1,461 Transcendent
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  • OtheroOthero Member Posts: 832 Virtuoso
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  • RolsandRolsand Member Posts: 876 Adept
    It's okay guys we got the hearts of the card!!
  • RolsandRolsand Member Posts: 876 Adept
    Heart rather
  • SylandraSylandra Friend of Dog Member Posts: 4,355 Transcendent
    edited May 2016
    Ye Olde Vote Count:

    Cyndarin: Krackenor, Rolsand, Othero (3)

    What ho! That's a lynch!

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    This, the final act, has been a whirlwind.

    The noble voices of Hamlet, King Lear, and Othello all cry death to the vile Queen of the Goths, knowing fair Cordelia surely backs them in their plea as they corner Cyndarin and declare her a villain, worthy of the most tragic of endings. Even as she is grabbed and shoved to the noose, she screeches vengeance, crying for blood and cackling with maddened laughter.

    "They told me, here, at dead time of the night, 
    A thousand fiends, a thousand hissing snakes, 
    Ten thousand swelling toads, as many urchins, 
    Would make such fearful and confused cries 
    As any mortal body hearing it 
    Should straight fall mad, or else die suddenly. 
    No sooner had they told this hellish tale, 
    But straight they told me they would bind me here 
    Unto the body of a dismal yew, 
    And leave me to this miserable death: 
    And then they call'd me foul adulteress, 
    Lascivious Goth, and all the bitterest terms 
    That ever ear did hear to such effect: 
    And, had you not by wondrous fortune come, 
    This vengeance on me had they executed. 
    Revenge it, as you love your mother's life, 
    Or be ye not henceforth call'd my children."
    -Titus Andronicus

    She does not go without a fight.

    Clawing, shrieking, and scratching those that corner her, there is a moment that you believe Cyndarin may in fact over power you all.

    But in truth, she does not. Like so many before her, Cyndarin faces the noose, and accepts her curtain call.

    Cyndarin was...

    Tamora, Queen of the Goths, a tragic villainess!
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    Tamora may not be the most famous of Shakespeare's villainnesses, but she's certainly one of the cruelest. Though, we must admit, she's not without her reasons. At the start of the play, Titus slaughters her firstborn son despite Tamora's pleas for mercy on his behalf. The moment her son is denied mercy, so too does Tamora banish it from her heart and seek vengeance instead. What ensues is perhaps the most brutal bloodbath of any of Shakespeare's plays, involving the murder of Titus's sons, mutilation and rape of his daughter, the severing of Titus's hand, and other literary monstrosities. Oh, and Titus tricks Tamora into eating her two sons baked into pies. Look, there's a reason we don't perform this play in school. 

    The violence in Titus Andronicus has always made it a challenge to perform on-stage, but the brutality of it remains regardless. And that's just what you are: brutality itself.

    You win when the villains oust the heroes from the stage.

    The Spirit of Revenge: In an attempt to drive Titus into madness, Tamora dons the guise of the spirit of Revenge to convince him to kill himself. Here, you can don the guise of Revenge ONCE in order to kill the first person who targets you in the night. *Note: If you are blocked, or untargeted in the night, your 1-time use will not expire. [1-time Revenge Power]

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    From Cyndarin's pocket as well, you discover the following tome.

    THE COMPENDIUM OF VILLAINY

    Due to your unholy alliance, you know the following information.

    1. Tamora, Queen of the Goths commands power over the mafia. Therefore, no actions from the mafia, intentional or unintentional, can be taken against her. 
    2. Tamora is the only character from Titus Andronicus in play.
    3. Lady Macbeth is the only character from Macbeth in play.
    4. There is no one from Much Ado About Nothing in play.

    Play on!

    ---

    Only four names grace its pages: @Cyndarin, @Luce, @Alary. @Ieptix

    The villains are at last vanquished!
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  • SylandraSylandra Friend of Dog Member Posts: 4,355 Transcendent
    EPILOGUE:

    THE HEROES HAVE ELIMINATED THE VILLAINS FROM THE STAGE!

    TOWN WINS!

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    Fyler said:
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  • SylandraSylandra Friend of Dog Member Posts: 4,355 Transcendent
    edited May 2016
    FINAL CURTAIN CALL
    Starring:


    [@Krackenor ... as ... Hamlet, a tragic hero!]
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    “The Play's the Thing, wherein I'll catch the conscience of the King.”

                -Hamlet

    Is there method to the madness of this melancholy Dane? We at the Mafia Rendition of the Globe believe so. It is true, your role does indeed lead to a lot of bloodshed simply because the ghost of your dead father informed you that your uncle killed him to marry your mother, but what of that? You had proof, damn it, and Ophelia, her father, your mother, Laertes, (everyone really), just got in the way of your revenge. You were just enacting ghostly justice! What is this about incest? Nonsense, you say. Nonsense.

    Lest we forget, you are not only a prince, but a skilled actor. And your shrewd mind is needed, as murder most foul shall be performed on the Mafia Globe stage. Like any seasoned actor, you of course know where to find the information you seek: the cast list! You suppose you could ask a ghost who the guilty party is, but really, this is more straightforward, isn't it?

    You win when the villains are eliminated from the stage.

    The Play's The Thing: You can investigate a single player in the night, seeing what character they play on the main stage. [Investigator Power]


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    [@Othero... as ... Othello, a tragic hero!]
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    “Men in rage strike those that wish them best.” 
    -Othello

    Oh, Othello, where did you go wrong? The green-eyed monster of jealousy is your greatest nemesis, save for Iago, that cruelly false friend. You are respected as a captain the Venetian Army, and love your wife, Desdemona, quite deeply--though you have a temper that shows itself in nasty ways. Yours is a play that has remained relevant through the ages, embodying themes of jealousy, betrayal, racism, love, repentance, and revenge. 

    Some view you as the most romantic of Shakespeare's protagonists, while others view you as egotistical and, as such, doomed from the start. Either way, here is your chance to rewrite your tragic end.

    You win when all villains are eliminated from the stage.

    Betrayal:  You are an even-tempered man, save for one thing: you cannot abide betrayal. As such, if a player moves to kill you in the night, or your fellow players move to lynch you during the day, you will be sure that your killer dies with you. In the case of a lynch, you would get to choose one member of the lynch train to die with you; you can name them by saying O, Villain <PLAYER>! *Note: If you do not pick someone before the lynch, it will automatically select the last person to lynch you. [Bomb Power]

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    [@Rolsand ... as ... King Lear, a tragic hero!]
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    “When we are born, we cry that we are come to this great stage of fools.” 

                -King Lear

    Poor King Lear. You famously put your trust in the wrong daughters at the start of your tale, entrusting spiteful Goneril and Regan with half of your kingdom each. Having preferred the flattery and pomp of royal pageantry over the true and steadfast love of your youngest daughter, Cordelia, you regret the rash decision to disinherit her throughout the rest of the play. You achieve clarity, only too late, of what the world truly looks like around you.

    But not this time, you swear it. This time, you will look around you and see people for what they really are, and judge them accordingly.

    You win when all villains are eliminated from the stage.

    Mend Your Speech A Little: You may, ONCE during the dayphase, make a ROYAL PROCLAMATION, making your vote worth two for that day! All you need to say is,"I hereby make a royal proclamation." [1-Time Doublevote]


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    [@Maylea ... as ... Cordelia, a tragic heroine!]
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    "O, my dear father, restoration hang
    Thy medicine on my lips, and let this kiss
    Repair those violent harms that my two sisters
    Have in thy reverence made."
    -King Lear

    Alas, Cordelia! How deeply you were wronged by your father in this play. Your honesty that is your greatest virtue proves to be your greatest downfall when you lose your inheritance at this play's opening. The interpretation of your reaction to the first Act is debated heavily: were you aware that the questions posed to you were a trap to ensnare you to the husband your father chose for you? Were you seeking to chide your father for his impertinent questions? Or were you simply trying to remind him that love cannot be stated in words? Either way, your integrity shines like a beacon throughout this play, despite how infrequently you appear within it. Assuredly, you look all the better for the comparison between you and your spiteful sisters. How could King Lear choose Goneril and Regan as his heiresses over you?

    Yet due to a change in circumstances, you find yourself the Queen of France, empowered by your husband's power and armies. With this, you can do so much good. If only those you sought to protect were as kind and pure of heart as you are.

    You win when all villains are eliminated from the stage.


    Virtuous Protector: Just as you protected your father with the armies of France and restored him to health, so too can you protect a single player in the night. [Doctor Power]

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    [@Lavinya ... as ... Cleopatra, a tragic heroine!]

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    Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale
    Her infinite variety.”


    –Antony and Cleopatra



    Of all of Shakespeare’s female roles, the Queen of Egypt may be the most intriguing in her own right. After all, you share a throne with no man, nor are you constrained by the conventions of marriage, the overbearing rule of a father, or even that of a king. You stand powerful on your own, confident in your sexuality and your rule. Julius Caesar and Mark Antony both knelt before your feet, their love for you so all-consuming that they left Roman wives and rule to spend time with you in Alexandria and forget duty awhile. For this, you were called ‘Caesar’s whore’ and worse.



    But you do not let the petty names of Rome define you.



    Based on a historically polarizing figure, Shakespeare took an unusually compassionate view on the pharaoh for his time period, notably moving away from his source material’s tendency to blame the fall of Antony on Cleopatra’s shoulders. Shakespeare’s pen sketches you as a woman capable of quick temper, wit, beguiling charm, cool calculation, jealousy, rage, and subtle manipulations. The domesticity and submission of the Roman wife is not for you. You are, after all, a Queen.



    You win when all the villains are eliminated from the stage.



    Queen of the Nile: Each night, you may sweep away another player to while away the hours with you in Egypt, drinking wine and making merry on your golden barge. They will be indisposed for the night, and safe from harm in Egypt’s hands. [Jailer Power]




    Ladies and gentlemen, please applaud our actors for a fine show!
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  • SylandraSylandra Friend of Dog Member Posts: 4,355 Transcendent
    edited May 2016
    The Shakespearean Mafia Game:
    SparkNotes Edition

    Cast List:

    Mafia:
    1) Celina  - Tamora. 1-time Revenge Power (can be activated or will be deployed if vigged). Kills one person. Cannot be targeted by mafia on accident.
    2) Luce - Lady Macbeth. 1-time janitor power. Can mock a person at night and the following dayphase, they'll be lynchable at 2/3 votes. Must have townie vote. 1-Night cooldown.
    3) Alary - Iago. Investigator. Can learn role person is playing.
    4) Ieptix - Edmund. Will show up as Edgar if investigated.

    Town:
    1) Vivet - Viola. Disguiser who takes on first role of person who dies. Does not include mason/mafia roles.
    2) Dylara - Juliet. Lover w/ Romeo. One-time governor power for herself or Romeo.
    3) Siam - Romeo. Lover w/ Juliet. One-time daykill power that ends the dayphase.
    4) Lavinya - Cleopatra. Jailer.
    5) Tremula - Katherine. 3-time vig.
    6) Krackenor - Hamlet. Investigator who learns role.
    7) Eldanien - Prospero. Watcher.
    8) Othero - Othello. Bomb.
    9) Rolsand - King Lear. One-time doublevote.
    10) Maylea - Cordelia. Doctor.
    11) Shaddus - Falstaff. Roleblocker.

    Third Party:
    1) Thul - Puck. Bus driver survivor.

    Act I.i.
    Vote: No lynch

    Act I.ii.
    Mafia:
    1) Celina  - Kill Lavinya
    2) Luce - Mock Vivet (fails)
    3) Alary - Investigate Tremula
    4) Ieptix - N/A

    Town:
    1) Vivet - N/A
    2) Dylara - N/A
    3) Siam - N/A
    4) Lavinya - Jail Luce
    5) Tremula - Kill Dylara
    6) Krackenor - Investigate Vivet (fails)
    7) Eldanien - Watch Shaddus
    8) Othero - N/A
    9) Rolsand - N/A
    10) Maylea - Protect Vivet
    11) Shaddus - Block Krackenor

    Third Party:
    1) Thul - Swap Thul and Lavinya

    [Dylara, Siam, and Thul die]

    [Vivet inherits Thul's role]

    Act II.i.
    Vote: Vivet

    Act II.ii.
    Mafia:
    1) Celina  - Kill Tremula (fails)
    2) Luce - Janitor Tremula (fails - janitor counts as un-used)
    3) Alary - Investigate Krackenor
    4) Ieptix - N/A

    Town:
    1) Lavinya - Jail Tremula
    2) Tremula - Kill Cyndarin (fails)
    3) Krackenor - Investigate Tremula (fails)
    4) Eldanien - Watch Tremula
    5) Othero - N/A
    6) Rolsand - N/A
    7) Maylea - Protect Othero (fails)
    8) Shaddus - Block Maylea

    [no deaths]

    Act III.i.
    Vote: Tremula

    Act III.ii.
    Mafia:
    1) Celina  - Revenge (fails, counts as un-used)
    2) Luce - Mock Ieptix
    3) Alary - Investigate Maylea (fails)
    4) Ieptix - Kill Shaddus

    Town:
    1) Lavinya - Jail Maylea
    2) Krackenor - Investigate Shaddus
    3) Eldanien - Watch Himself
    4) Othero - N/A
    5) Rolsand - N/A
    6) Maylea - Protect Eldanien (fails)
    7) Shaddus - Block Maylea (fails)

    [Shaddus dies]

    [Synkarin replaces Eldanien]

    Act IV.i.
    Vote: Alary

    Act IV.ii.
    Mafia:
    1) Celina  - Revenge (fails, counts as un-used)
    2) Luce - Janitor Lavinya
    3) Ieptix - Kill Lavinya (fails)

    Town:
    1) Lavinya - Jail Ieptix
    2) Krackenor - Investigate Luce
    3) Synkarin - Watch Krackenor
    4) Othero - N/A
    5) Rolsand - N/A
    6) Maylea - Protect Krackenor

    [no deaths]

    Act V.i.
    Vote: Luce

    Act V.ii.
    Mafia:
    1) Celina  - Kill Lavinya
    2) Ieptix - none

    Town:
    1) Lavinya - Jail Ieptix
    2) Krackenor - Investigate Othero
    3) Synkarin - Watch Othero
    4) Othero - N/A
    5) Rolsand - N/A
    6) Maylea - Protect Krackenor

    [Lavinya dies, janitor takes effect]

    Act VI.i.
    Vote: Ieptix

    Act VI.ii.
    Mafia:
    1) Celina  - Revenge (fails, counts as un-used)

    Town:
    1) Krackenor - Investigate Rolsand
    2) Synkarin - Watch Krackenor
    3) Othero - N/A
    4) Rolsand - N/A
    5) Maylea - Protect Krackenor

    [no deaths]

    Act VII.i.
    Vote: No lynch

    Act VII.ii.
    Mafia:
    1) Celina  - Kill Synkarin

    Town:
    1) Krackenor - Investigate Maylea
    2) Synkarin - Watch Maylea
    3) Othero - N/A
    4) Rolsand - N/A
    5) Maylea - Protect Krackenor

    [Synkarin dies]

    Act VIII.i.
    Vote: Cyndarin
    Fin.
    Fyler said:
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  • SylandraSylandra Friend of Dog Member Posts: 4,355 Transcendent
    edited May 2016
    So that was fun! I was trying very hard to do a simpler game after doing the ludicrous and frankly bonkers set-up that Reign was. At the start I was very concerned the game was too pro-mafia, but by the end I wondered if it was too pro-town after all. I especially felt bad once the mafia started all falling like dominoes, oops. Shout-out though to @Cyndarin for a really amazing bluff near the end. A++ drama. I wish I had given her an amazing obliterating day skill after all!

    Biggest regret is not getting to see the Puck bus driver role in action, as well as losing R+J night one. Ouch. Apologies to @Dylara and @Siam and @Thul for their short stay!

    I designed a lot of the game around making sure enough night powers were around for a bus driver to really wreak havoc, but it makes me wonder if I had too much going on town-wise. It really seemed everyone was able to verify each other much easier than I had anticipated, so I might in retrospect have made a mafia member into a roleblocker to counter that.

    I was also sorry that @Luce's mockery skill didn't turn into the two-for-one death tool I was hoping it would be! I got the idea from Ridley's old Umineko mafia game, but admittedly I tripped up a bit trying to balance it so that mafia wasn't about to steam roll everyone with the power. It's such a fun idea though and I hope we see it in another game down the road.

    @Lavinya and @Eldanien/@Synkarin really did a great job playing town I think in particular. They were very on point with their choices and observations; I think the game would have played out very differently if Lavinya died first night like the mafia had planned, or if Eldanien hadn't chosen to target Tremula that second night. Sneaky!

    Thanks for playing, guys! I'm excited to see the next mafia game. @Ieptix seems to have something up his sleeve. :D

    (PS: The three King Lear roles were frankly due to having read that play most recently. It was still floating around in my head. Didn't realize I'd done it until I'd sent the roles out, woops.)
    Fyler said:
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  • LavinyaLavinya Queen of Snark AustraliaMember Posts: 3,355 Transcendent
    Wow. Thul saved me. And I saved myself a few times. I was hoping hoping hoping that my bluff about being able to protect myself might help me survive a bit longer. Turns out I just got lucky. Jerks. Rude. And here I was trying to save Luce from another night 1 lynch. 

    I really enjoyed that game. It was so refreshing to feel like I actually had good hunches.



  • MayleaMaylea Member, Gods Posts: 183 Divine
    I think you probably saved me as well by jailing me when Alary tried to investigate me, though they wouldn't have gotten quite as much information from that.

    I, meanwhile, was terrible at choosing who to target. Once we knew some of the roles I then spent ages mentally faffing about whether I should be trying to guess what the mafia would do, i.e. not protecting Krackenor on the assumption that they would assume he was protected. But I felt like this would then get me into an infinite loop of overthinking (would they then assume that I wouldn't protect him because it would be obvious that he would be protected?).

    Interestingly I also considered protecting Luce night 1 so that he could survive a bit longer. I decided to go for Vivet on the slightly meta grounds that she had been such a good villain previously that people would go for her and the chances of her being bad again were quite low...so that worked out well?

    Thank you Sylandra and everyone involved, I had a lot of fun (it was my first forum mafia game!).

    And for the record - I just really, really like iambic pentameter.
  • LeradLerad Member Posts: 2,405 Transcendent
    edited May 2016
    Edit: Damn forums messing up my quotes again. Anyway, I was trying to make some comments about funny stuff I noticed:
    No response? No justifying your reasoning after I had to spend my time unraveling it? Can't even be bothered to explain your Shrodinger's Serial Killer situation?

    Shocking.
     By the way. Dude's name is Schrödinger. Or at least, Schrodinger.


    Ieptix said:
    ...

    Cyndaquil could be mafia...

    ....
    lol. Also, in hindsight, this was a nice touch. Pity it was too subtle or it would have helped Celina more.



    Luce said:
    Also, for the love of Estarra, I'm a guy.
    lol, poor Luce.

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