Enter ASHTON, BEAU, DANEEKASGHOST, ESCHAPP, INKARNIT, MBNOVAK, NETTIEBARR, TODAHSHY, VIOLABENICE, a PIRATE, a MODERATOR, and certain other COMMONERS over the stage
ASHTON: Hence! Home, you idle creatures get you home!
Is this a holiday? What, know you not,
Being mechanical, you ought not walk
Upon a laboring day without the sign
Of your profession?—Speak, what trade art thou?
MODERATOR: STOP THIS YOU ARE WASTING VALUEBALE GAME EXPLAINING TIME.
Full rules are here. I think they’re pretty well written there, so let me summarize. Each day, you will try to assassinate someone who isn’t you. The trick is that those who are part of a successful assassination attempt will be the only ones vulnerable to the assassin’s blade the next day. Shenanigans abound.
Two quick other notes: the cards I gave you are your level of influence. stronger cards can influence weaker ones to do their bidding. Trick is, no one knows who has what. That, as they say, is why they play the game. There are limits to the number of times you can influence, but that’s why someone else wrote the rules.
Wine forces the game to come to a grinding halt until the person being served the wine makes a vote. This can get annoying in a online game, but we’ll do our best.
Both influence and wine go away after a certain point in the game.
Spreadsheet is here. Votes will be gathered there, as will cards, when they become known by influence or death. They will NOT be posted if you tell everyone what you have, even if you tell the truth.
One Last rule, but it’s important: conversation happens in the game thread and ONLY the game thread. If you want to ask me for a rule clarification on the side, or crack wise to me about how great your plan is going, that’s fine, but if you’re talking about the game away from here, it had better be to a person who is not playing the game.
RIVET has the wine card.
Here is the list of potential ex-caesars in contention: