Moogulkis Mafia was called one of the 50 most historically and culturally significant games published since by about. Wired recommends including the hunter in even the most basic games: A location-based mobile gaming variant for Androiddesigned for city center play. Each player with a non-zero probability of being a seer or a werewolf performs the appropriate night actions which may not be effective if it is later determined that the player did not have that role. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Strategic tabulaateam playsocial skillsroleplay.

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Werewolves aim to slaughter everyone in the village; the Humans, on the other hand, must lynch all the Werewolves. Setup Choose a Moderator: he does not belong to either side and only manages the flow of the game; the other players will play their role according to the cards. Sort the cards: ghosts, evidence, and characters. The Moderator randomly deals one card face down to each player, glancing at it and memorizing which players are the Werewolves. Each player secretly looks at the card he is dealt and must keep it face down until the end of the game!

Each player receives a voting token. The Moderator takes the Summary card and keeps the Ghosts, the two evidence cards and the "Welcome! Game Play Each turn of the game is divided in two cyclic steps: night and day. At night the Werewolves kill one player. During daytime, all the living players gather in the village to lynch somebody, believing he is a Werewolf. One of the Humans, the Seer, secretly has the Second Sight and can detect the taint of lycanthropy at night.

The Night The Moderator calls the beginning of the night e. All players close their eyes. To cover up accidental sounds, all players start tapping the table with one hand. The Moderator calls the Seer aloud "Seer, open your eyes; Seer, pick someone to ask about".

The Seer opens his eyes and silently points or nods at another player. The Moderator silently answers thumbs-up if the Seer pointed at a Werewolf, thumbs-down otherwise. The Seer closes his eyes. Note: this phase must be played even if the Seer has already been eliminated from play so no clues are given out; the Moderator will call the Seer, and the end of his phase a few moments later, without having the Seer actually playing the phase. The Moderator now calls the Werewolves "Werewolves, open your eyes and pick a human to kill".

The Werewolves open their eyes, and recognize each other; the Werewolves then silently agree on one Villager to slaughter. The Werewolves close their eyes. The night is over. All players open their eyes. The Moderator tells the player chosen by Werewolves that he has been killed! That player no longer plays as a character, but as a Ghost instead.

He may not talk for the rest of the game. Also, he may not reveal his character card! He receives a Ghost card and the "Welcome! The survivors must now choose someone to lynch. Players can talk with each other to try to identify the Werewolves: there is no restriction on speech truth, misdirection, lies..

However, the Werewolves are disguised among the Humans and will probably throw suspicion on the Villagers, mostly on the one they think is the Seer. As already stated, players may not reveal their card to other players! Lynching After three minutes of discussions, the Moderator asks each player, starting with the one sitting to the right of the player with the "Welcome!

All players including Ghosts take their voting tokens and on their turn they vote by placing the token in front of the player they wish to lynch at this stage, the side of the token has no importance. The two players with the highest number of votes i. In case of ties, the suspected player is the one closest to the player with the "Welcome! Each player collects his voting token.

The Moderator places one Werewolf evidence card in front of each suspected villager: one receives the paw print and the other one the tuft of fur. Example: During the first day, there are 8 players still alive and 1 Ghost 9 votes total. Frank is the ghost, and he has the "Welcome!

The voting round has just ended: Andrew got 3 votes, Danielle and Rebecca 2 each, Bea and Carl 1 each. Andrew is suspected. Danielle is closer to Frank, clockwise, than Rebecca. Hence, the tie is broken with Danielle being suspected. Andrew and Danielle each get one Werewolf evidence card.

The two suspects may try to defend themselves with one more brief speech. Once the speeches are over, unsuspected players who are still alive i. This voting takes place secretly, and at the same time.

Players lay their voting token on the table with the side corresponding to the player they want to lynch face up, then cover it with one hand. The player with the most votes is lynched and becomes a Ghost! In case of ties, the lynched player is the one closest to the one with the "Welcome! The Moderator collects the Werewolf evidence, and gives the lynched player a Ghost card.

The lynched player may not comment on the decision, and may not talk for the rest of the game obviously, he may not reveal his card! The day is now over: the game continues with another night and so forth, until one side wins. Example: Andrew and Danielle, suspected of being Werewolves, defend themselves with a speech trying to prove they are not: will they be convincing?

The Moderator now announces: "Andrew is suspected for a tuft of fur found in his house; Danielle is suspected for a Werewolf paw print found in her garden.

Choose who to lynch! The Moderator announces "At my command, reveal your votes: 1, 2, 3, now! Two votes show the tuft of fur and are for Andrew, while four show the paw print and are for Danielle. Poor Danielle! Angry Villagers lynched her believing she is a Werewolf: are they right? Rules for Ghosts they cannot reveal their character! Special Characters With 9 or more players, you can add one or more of the following characters to the playin deck.

Medium 9 : he is a Human who can communicate with the spirits. At the beginning of each night starting from the second one, see the icon , the Moderator calls his phase, and shows him thumbs-up, if the last player lynched was a Werewolf, thumbs-down if not. Possessed 10 : he is a Human, but he sides with the Werewolves Therefore he wins if the Werewolves win. Bodyguard 11 : he is a Human who protects a player of his choice each night.

If the Werewolves choose that player as the victim, he does not die, and nobody is killed. Owl-man 12 : the Owl-man is a Human. Each night, the moderator calls the phase of the Owl, who chooses a person.

During the day, play proceeds as normal until the voting for the two suspects. Once all players have voted, the moderator announces the name of the person chosen by the Owl-man, who automatically becomes one of the two suspects, ahead of the others. If the person chosen by the Owl-man was one of the two suspected, then the preference of the Owl does not change anything.

When playing with more than 20 players, the Owl-man becomes a Deadly Owl-man: If the chosen person was neither a Werewolf nor the Werehamster, that person dies at the beginning of the day! Two players may be killed during the same night: in that case, the Moderator randomly chooses who to give the "Welcome! During the first night, the Moderator calls their phase: the Freemasons open their eyes and recognize each other.

The Freemasons must be added to the deck as a pair, not singularly. Werehamster 15 : he plays on his own, and cannot be killed by Werewolves if Werewolves choose him as the victim, then nobody is killed.

With respect to the game end and to the Medium call, the Werehamster is considered a Human: if the Seer points at him during the night, the Werehamster is killed, together with the player chosen by the Werewolves. The Werehamster is the only winner if he is still alive when the game ends!

Mythomaniac 16 : he plays a special phase at the end of the second night:he has only one chance to point to another player still in play. If that player is not a Werewolf or the Seer, then the Mythomaniac stays a Human until the game ends. Otherwise, if that player is a Werewolf or the Seer, he immediately takes on the same role as the chosen player!

From now on, the Mythomaniac opens his eyes at night when the moderator calls the character whose ability he now matches; each decision is taken together. The Seer sees the Mythomaniac-Werewolf as a Werewolf. End of the Game The Moderator calls the end of the game with a victory for the Humans if they lynch all the Werewolves. The Werewolves win if they slaughter or cause to be lynched..

A side always wins as a whole: therefore previously eliminated players win too!


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