Synopsis

Werewolf or Villager?

Which are you? You’ll find out soon when the Host assigns your side. There is typically 1 wolf for every 3 players. Once everyone has been assigned a role the game begins in night phase. Night is when the wolves discuss who to kill and PM this to the Host. The village power roles (ex: Seer, Alchemist, Shield) also act for or against other players. When all actions are done the game transitions to day phase and it is revealed who, if anyone, died during the night. Players are then given discussion time with each other on who will be lynched and cast final votes or abstain to the Host. The game phases alternate until either all wolves are dead (village win) or the numbers fall equal (wolves win).

Game Types

These are game parameters that a host determines before the game is officially started that sets the build of the game.

Role List

Exact Role List

-How all werewolf games used to be played. The host gives players an exact list of the roles in play. Roles not on the list will not be in play.

Possible Role List

-Fairly common. The host gives players a list of roles that includes all of the roles in play as well as a few that are not. Roles on the list may or may not be in play, but roles that are not on the list are definitely not in play.

No Third-Party

-Lucille/Mirza/Cera/Hagane has been known to simply state that no third-party roles are in play.

Different Roles

-Lilimira has been known to inform players how many different roles are in use. Example: In a seven player game it is declared there are six different roles meaning it is likely both wolves are normal werewolves or that there are two villagers.

No Role List

-Most common now. The host decides to give no list meaning that any role on the werewolf profile could be in play.

Role Claiming

Claiming Allowed

-Any players may blatantly say they are a role such as "I am the hunter" (also known as hard-claiming) or suggest they are a certain role or type of role if they so desire.

Soft-claiming Allowed

-If a soft-claiming rule is in effect then you may not blatantly state you are a role. In contrast to 'hard-claiming', soft-claiming is saying a statement that is capable of suggesting you are one of two or more roles. An example is: "I have arrows." This statement could indicate either Hunter or Cupid. Statements that are murky to the point barely anyone will figure them out may also be acceptable. An example is: "I have a hankering for Haggis." This statement is rather unclear even though it would be strongly linked to the role Highlander. Claiming investigative roles such as Seer, Drunk, Tracker, Watcher, and Cop (whether the claim is true or not) do not have to abide by this rule. Hard-claiming roles that are not investigative however will result in an auto-kill punishment by the host.

No Claiming Allowed

-Players may not claim a role at all. However, it is still acceptable for a player to say if they have an ability that was blocked, just not what ability. Claiming investigative roles such as Seer, Drunk, Tracker, Watcher, and Cop (whether the claim is true or not) do not have to abide by this rule. Claiming roles that are not investigative however will result in an auto-kill punishment by the host.

Abstaining

Abstaining Allowed

-Players may cast an 'abstain' vote to the host as a means of voting for no one to be lynched as many times as they want. Abstaining is not the same as a vote being forfeit (not voting punishable by host) or voided (player ability).

One Abstain

-Players may only abstain once. This is usually the best way to ensure people die off in a timely manner but the village is not restricted in their tactical choices.

No Abstaining Allowed

-Players are not allowed to abstain. This is recommended when there are many players to ensure people die off in a timely manner.

Savior Reveals

Reveals

-When players are attacked and saved, the host will reveal what role intervened to save them.

No Reveals

-When players are attacked and saved, the host will not reveal how they were saved. Keep in mind that in some circumstances another player takes the place of the would-be-victim such as Heart, Parasite, Matador, and Blessed/Cursed, but a host can still be vague about which one of these abilities/afflictions was used. This game type is required for the use of the Decoy wolf role.

Death Role Reveals

Reveals

-When a player dies, the host reveals what role they possessed.

No Reveals

-When a player dies, the host does not reveal the role possessed by the player, however, they must state the player's alignment.

Roles

We currently have 114 Roles!

* Advanced roles that should be avoided by inexperienced hosts.
+ New roles!

Villager Roles

Villager
Investigative
Caroler*
Cop
Drunk
Seer
Snitch
Town Crier
Tracker
Watcher
Saving
Alchemist
Heart
+ Luckster
Medic
Necromancer
Shield
Killing
Hunter
Lunatic*
Pyromaniac*
Voting
Executioner*
Lich
Neutralizer
Politician
Other
Bartender*
Exorcist
Jailer
Matador*
Parasite
Security Guard*
Afflicting
Adulterer
Cupid
Grandma
Priest
Passive
Bleeder
Idiot
Leper
Vampire*

Other & Third-Party Roles

Other
Mayor
Cannibal*

Solo Wins
Fool
Killer
Plague
Grim Reaper*
Conjunctive wins
Alien
Creepy Girl
Milkman*
Predator
Scholar*
+ Secret Service*
Survivor
Weaver

Werewolf Roles

Werewolf
Trick
Copy Cat*
Decoy
Framer
Mimic*
Skinwalker
Conversion
Infectious Wolf*
+ Lycanthropy*
Rabid Wolf*
Blood-thirsty
Furry Bastard
Omega*
Saboteur*
Other
Alpha
+ The Beast
+ Guard Dog
Juggernaut
+ Pickpocket
Prostitute
Silencer

Wolf Worshippers

The Vault

Villager Roles

+ Apothecary
+ Baker
+ Butcher*
+ Candlestick Maker
Cult Leader
Dr. Duality*
Ghost
Guardian Angel*
+ High Roller*
+ Lawyer*
Mad Hatter*
Mr. Sandman
+ Peeping Tom
Sentry
Synergist
Trap Master*
Voodoo Doctor

Universal & Third-Party Roles

Highlander
Loner
Tyrant
Cat
Clockmaker*
Enchantress*
Eros
Nova*
Rogue*
Slayer*
Scavenger
Thief
Tourist*
Traitor*

Universal
Demon*
Raven*

Werewolf Roles

+ Con Artist*
Extortionist*
Gamemaster*
Hazardous Wolf*
Hypnotist*
Shifter*
+ Wolf of Wall Street
Wolverine*

Wolf Worshippers
Invoker*
+ Pirate
Warlock*
Witch*

Frequent Hosts

Spoink
-True goddess and queen bee of the room. Hardly posts cool deaths; is too lazy.
Mirza
-The greatest host! Nah, I'm just the profile coder too. AKA: Hagane Miku.
Savage Inc.
-Spoink’s main man and worst enemy. Used to only host when she asked, now he does it for an unknown reason.
Kayte May
-Cuddle monster and quickest on the draw. Also the sexiest among us!
Blaze
-Will fire kick your face off.
Raven Age
-A real hot Godfox. Meaning, "Beware of arsonist".
Elyse Card
-Your Toasty Hosty. Providing gentle gaming, purge games, and games brought to you by Rick Sanchez!
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Mirza