Careless Baner – This role can only bane other people. They can’t bane themselves! Seer/Fool – This role can discover someone’s role by sending in a PM at night. Are they truly the seer, or are they just fooling themselves. A coin flip gives you your true power when selecting this role. Scry interference is in effect. Voider – Voider - Can void someone's power during the current night phase. This means that the person, who is attacked, ability will not work during the current night phase. Disguiser – This role can cause themselves or another to look like a different role/team at night. Mayor – This role’s point during the day counts as 3. Howard, the ? – Of course the zany antics of this space duck would come back, but this time it might be for any team. This role can cause someone to not be lynched by pointing at them during the day phase. Though like the careless baner, they can't point themselves. Assassin – This role can kill someone the next night by hiding that person’s name during their day post (and by post, I mean not in their avatar, not sig, not location, just the parts where you put the text into when you click that reply button). Assassin's will have to PM narrators of where they hid their kill. The PM must be sent during the day phase, be 10 words or less, and include the post #. If we can't quote the kill, it won't count. Editing of the assassination post also voids the post. VorteXer – Ceika created some X-Llamas, so we made an X role. This role can cause all points at one player to be deflected to another player via sending two names at night. The players are individually told if points for them are on being “vortexed”, but not if they are on the "sending" or "receiving" end. Beast - Well, Llama's are beasts of burden, so this guy will take someone down with them when they go. Mason - Yep. You will know your teammates, unless your the only one who picks mason.... I'll take my chances! - Can't decide, we'll let the dice do it for you.
Llamas – The victims of LLD2 & 3 return. Once again this team must try to eliminate all the ducks. Llama’s will make up ~65% of the players.
Ducks – The winners of game 2 & 3, they want to repeat their performance. Duck’s will make up ~20% of the players. The ducks will not start the game knowing other ducks (masons exempt). At night, the duck’s will send in votes to choose a player to eliminate. The player with the most votes dies. If ducks vote to kill another duck, he won't die. Those who did the voting will learn said other player is a duck.
Bunnies with pancakes – The carefree animal of the internet has joined into the game. Why? Well it just doesn’t make any sense. All they care about is surviving until the end of the game. Some may call them neutral, but really what turns a person neutral? Do they wake up one day and decide I have no opinion on anything. These bunnies did! Bunnies will make up ~15% of the players.
Rules of note:
Scry interference will result in a failed attempt.
This is a blind wolf game.
Voided scries will result in a failed attempt.
There is no voider interference, but voiding may be daisy chained.
Voider will not be told the results of their void.
3 day Autolynch. After 3rd day with no point = death.
Botched Kill: If, before the end of the day, someone spots the assassin kill (to make it easier to notice to both assassin and narrators, quote of the post pointing kill should contain BOTCHED! in Red with Font Size 4 as the 1st Word) the kill becomes botched (invalid). Only the player being attacked by the assassin can botch that assassin's kill. Only one "botch" allowed by a player each day night. - Ammendment: Botching kills will only be allowed during the night phase.
The narrators reserve the right to interpret the rules of the game in whatever way they think is the most fair and creates the most fun, regardless of the strict wording of the rules. Sorry rules lawyers!
EDIT - Okay... scared myself slghtly there. Meant to be enthusiastic, but missed the fact I was saying exactly what Banjo said.
What do you mean "Dungeon Master" isn't a proper job?
Thanks to Thufir for the avatar.
D&D Characters Past and Present:
The Honest Man (3.5 LG human fighter), Princess Kailee (4e Good elf cleric), Elric (4e Good human paladin)
Talia Dakashnit (3.5 CE human fighter), Gabriel Stryfe (d20 Modern fast hero), Tacin Willow (3.5 NG human fighter//bard)
What shall I say to thee, rakkoon, thou cruel,
Ingrateful, savage and inhuman creature,
That knewst the very bottom of my soul,
That almost mightst have coined me into gold
Wouldst thou have practiced on me for thy use?
Whatever, as long as I'm not 17th. In. So wait...do we get to pick our roles or something?
Yep - pick a role and PM me. Teams are decided at random, but you get to pick your role.
And picking one while signing up doesn't count - I need a PM.
Originally Posted by cd4
I'll join this game.
One question, did you just copy the text from LLD3 and forgot to update a few bits and the same situation as that LLD3 is going to happen or is there a new twist?
But, actually - yes I will change the rule a bit. Assassination attemps can be botched by players. (Credit to Trixie for this idea).
Botched Kill: If, before the end of the day, someone spots the assassin kill (to make it easier to notice to both assassin and narrators, quote of the post pointing kill should contain BOTCHED! in red with font size 4 as the first word - much like the start of this post.) the kill becomes botched (invalid). Only the player being attacked by the assassin can botch the kill. Only one "botch" allowed per by a player each day.
Hence if you got two assassin's after you, you better hope you made friends with a careless baner. Up to the players to determine if the accused is an assassin and needs to be lynched, or if the accused is being framed/setup. What this means is any assassin can be botched.
Playing an assassin is not an easy role, but it is also the most game changing role. Up to you
Legionary of Protection
Originally Posted by Lex-kat
It wasn't that easy. Supagoof's just that good.
Originally Posted by Shadow
This is LLD, which, I shouldn't have to tell you, will not bow to your math because it was DESIGNED to ruin it!
Originally Posted by Murska
Summary: Supagoof has won the game and withdrawn. He was Epic
The assassin rules as written can lead to a race to be last. What the assassin wants to do is write his assassination post and wait. If the person he's targeting calls it, he can put in another post after that and declare that his kill attempt, or he can simply change targets to someone that hadn't called it. What the killee wants to do is write the botching post right before day ends so the assassin doesn't have time to do what was outlined above.