They went by many names; Nomads, Outcasts, Wanderers, Forsaken. Whatever they name, the group had roamed the land for nearly a year, searching for a new place to call home. It seemed like a blessing, too good to be true when they first found it; a small village on the outskirts of the woods, shrouded by the strange fog that rolled through the forest. The village was in remarkable condition; while a little overgrown, the homes and businesses still stood. The hearth in the bakery could easily be salvaged with a little dusting, and the homes were still furnished. The only thing that seemed damaged beyond repair was the gallows in the village square, a tattered, nearly unrecognizable heap of scrap wood. Luckily, they foresaw little need of a gallows.
It took little time for them to settle in to their new homes, their group was larger than anyone could have seemed to remember, and it took time to settle in. In a way, it was odd, no one could remember how big their community had been exactly, or who had been there the longest, not that it really mattered, especially with settling in being the top concern. Before too long, all that was left was to decide on a leader. Who could they trust to make the tough decisions that would effect the village?
1. Rel Mayer
6. Madame Professor
8. Intimate Ink
19. Esoteric Myobi
Roles in play (At the beginning)
Alpha Wolf+, Wolfman, Werewolves X2, Seer, Bodyguard, Witch, Healer, Priest, Lycan, Villagers X10
Notes for the game
- Because of the size of the game, I've elected to have 4 wolves, with an alpha to pick their fifth to make the 25% ratio. To make sure the game is balanced, the Alpha's ability will be unblockable this game.
- Please remeber to avoid metagame reasons for voting. Nothing is less fun than being voted off early for a reason along the lines of "They're really good at these kinds of games. We should kill them off early in case they're a wolf.", "Well, they were the wolf last time.", "They're a very active player, so they must be evil!", or worst of all, "Let's get the veteran players first so us first timers have a chance!". Not only is this a good way to hurt your team, it hurts the game as a whole, as well as future games. A veteran player isn't likely to join new games if they're under the impression they're going to be killed the first night every round.
- Mafia games can bring out people's passions, please keep E's rules and code of conduct in mind.