Since Walking Dead Doubt is over, PonyDoubt is having trouble getting off it's feet, and Lovecraftian Doubt is rushing along at the rate of one story post a year week, I've decided that I might as well go ahead with my earlier plan and start an RD game of my own. Based (loosely) off of Grimm Fairy Tales. So yes, that extra 'm' was on purpose. Of course, it'll have a much darker tone than the normal versions that are thrown about now-a-days. If you want a good idea of what the general theme/tone/mood will be, think of the movie Brothers Grimm (for everything), that really bad Red Riding Hood movie by the people who did Twilight (for the kind of setting), or - if you play MtG - the Innistrad block.
Basically, village in the woods, with a very close knit community. Technology is pretty basic (pre-gun times and all that). And, of course, there are plenty of things that go bump in the night. In this RD, everyone will get a role. Everyone. This is both due to thinking that people might enjoy it more if they're more than "random citizen", and that it'll add more depth and stuff to the game. Of course, most of these roles will be secret.
Beside's that, it'll have the usual rules of Rabbit Doubt. With Night and Day phases, killers (who, btw, won't be working together [not sure if that's normal or not]), lynches, shenanigans, etc etc. Oh! Also, because it seems to have worked well before in WDD and Jingle Doubt, being killed doesn't mean your gone for good. You won't come back immediately however, but there will be roles who can take advantage of dead people (one or two of which let the player control their own corpse).
So, anyone interested? If there's enough interest, main thread will go up sometime Monday. I want to give people who usually end up missing these interest checks time to join in.
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