I've never played one of these games before, but it seems like fun as long as nobody is being a fucking douche bag. How does it work?
Alright so I was going to post this earlier today but then I saw Ace's new Doubt and decided to leave it for a bit but under new circumstances (and with Ace's permission) I'm doing this thing.
I want to run a new kind of Doubt. One where it isn't Rabbits vs Wolves but Team vs Team.
Here is how it works:
Everyone will be split into two teams: A and B
Each team will have an:
-Assassin (Wolf role)
-Body Guard (Protector role)
The point of the game is to kill off the other team's assassin as well as the traitor on your own team. First team to do so wins.
Now here is the catch:
This is a competition. There will be events where each team will compete to win. The winning team will receive a clue about either the other teams Assassin or about the traitor in their midst. The losing team will lynch one of their own players, which can hurt them in the games but could also help by eliminating the traitor.
I want this to be different and exciting. YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO REVEAL YOUR ROLE (Explained later). Nor can you screen shot or use off-site communication.
This is an extremely brief summary, feel free to ask questions and I will put up a real thread when I see interest.
Last edited by WereCat; 02-19-2013 at 10:18 PM.
Can't keep the clown down, I'm in.
So two teams of X, two teams of 3, or X teams of 3?
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There is a large amount of rabbits and a small amount of wolves (Usually 2). Every "Night Phase" The wolves kill a rabbit. Then during the "Day Phase" The rabbits sit around and try to guess who the wolf is. They then kill the person with the most votes. If all the wolves are killed, Rabbits win, if all the rabbits die, Wolves win.
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Never played a Doubt game, but I'm willing to give it a shot. Color me interested.
The White Army and the Black Baron;
Are trying to force us back to the Tsar.
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I will join.
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