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I don't think you folks get it. I'M THE TOWN INVESTIGATOR, AND YOU'RE ABOUT TO LYNCH ME. Yarith is some kind of third party investigator that got lucky on his first night, and is using it to keep himself alive and get rid of pivotal roles. Yeah, I probably shouldn't have outed Ushaara. I get it. But my role doesn't say whether he's town or not, only what his role's power is. I'd rather prove I'm safe and possibly out a fellow townie -or- out a third party than get lynched just because I didn't instantly jump on the Sidd-Train with Yarith.
Has @Vatul posted today?
Fyler said:Sylandra has a very signature (and somewhat twisted) sense of humor
If the stories are to be believed, you were a slave in Sicily who
could breath fire from his mouth, received prophetic visions, and led
the First Servile War against Rome. The last part is certainly true,
Few details about you survived, but we do know a little bit about
your character. You were a performer as a slave, mostly doing sleight
of hand and fire-breathing. You had a great patter, too. You'd ask
your master's guests for money. If they paid up, you'd promise to
spare their lives when the revolution came. You kept your word.
Didn't do you much good. Your rebellion failed, and it didn't make
you even a half as famous as Spartacus.
Let's hope you can do better this time!
oppose the Roman government. You
win when the rebels control a majority of the vote.
goddess, who many equated with Demeter, sends you visions about your
enemies. At night,
you may target another player and find out their power. [Power
lead a slave rebellion. Well, mostly slaves. There are some poor
peasants in there as well. Crisis event. If
successful, the next day phase is subject to mob mentality. The
player with the most votes will be lynched. No lynch will not be
available as a vote. If there is a tie for the most votes, you will
get to choose who dies. This includes if everyone has 0 votes. The
town will know that this is in effect.
safeclaim is Nerva.
Ah, Augustus. You found Rome a city of bricks, and you left it a city
of marble. You excel at dealing with crises and coming out stronger.
Well, your minions do. You have some great minions. They don't get
nearly as much credit as they deserve.
You were the nephew and heir of Julius Caesar. You used that
connection and a great deal of violence to become the first emperor
of Rome. Your critics might have called it a shameless power grab,
but it had to be done. Hadn't they seen the state of the republic?
The government hadn't functioned properly in years. Besides, the
people came to love you in the end.
You were an emperor of Rome,
and you will see the eternal city triumph over her enemies. You
win with the town!
Patriae: The father of the
fatherland does not desert his child in troubled times. If
a crisis is in play, you may take an action to support it without
spending either of your other powers.
Agrippa is your faithful ally
and a marvelous minion. When you support a crisis, you may
choose to do so a second time. You may not use this power on two
Maecenas: Your minister of
culture always keeps an ear to the ground. During the day
when a crisis is in play, you may privately message me to learn to
effect that failing that crisis will have. You may only use this
Sylandra was Clodius
(I don't believe any images of Clodius survive, or that there are
arts of him. So you get a generic painting of Troy burning, complete
with watermark. Pretend that it's Rome.)
If crazy was money, you'd be the richest man in history. Fortunately,
you never got to be an emperor. Normally, I'd paint a broad picture
of your career, but yours was insane. I'm just going to give you the
When you were in the army, you led a mutiny against your
brother-in-law because he didn't respect you enough.
When you were captured by pirates, the guy who was asked to pay your
ransom offered so little money that the pirates laughed and let you
go for free. This left you with an eternal grudge, because he really
should have offered more for you. You're worth it. At least you think
When you got released, you led another mutiny. Nobody really knows
why. Maybe you just liked mutiny?
You allegedly seduced both of your sisters.
Once upon a time, there was a
religious ceremony that only took women. They even removed statues of
men from the host's house, and blindfolded paintings that they
couldn't move. You dressed as a woman to go seduce Julius Caesar's
wife, who was hosting it. You got caught, and only escaped conviction
through political corruption. This left you with an eternal grudge
against the prosecutor.
So eventually you had him exiled and all of his property confiscated.
You bought his house, burned it down, and refused to build anything
on the site.
Your death follows the same pattern. You and yet another rival were
leading armed gangs of slaves and gladiators through the streets and
happened to meet. You died. Your followers rioted and cremated you in
the senate building. Which was made of wood.
love nobody except yourself and possibly every woman that you ever
met. What you do have is hate. Lots of it. You hate everyone who ever
wronged you. You
win if, at the end of the game, everyone who ever voted for you is
dead, even if you are dead. If nobody votes for you at all, you win
as a survivor.
Served Burning: Revenge
is your favorite thing. Your second favorite thing? Fire. Once
per night, you may arson prep a player who voted for you during the
previous day phase. When you die, everyone who you have so targeted
dies. [Arson/bomb hybrid]
safeclaim is Galba.
I brought peace and stability and am popular with the people and those that hold the reins of power. As such I can once ever ask for them to throw their weight behind my vote.