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Re: [Rabbits] Are you a werewolf? Question

  • From"Billy Brahma" <billybrahma@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • DateMon, 03 Jul 2006 22:23:49 -0400

Ok Ok Ok before all this gets out of hand..

No Rabbit playing a LOONEY game as a LOONEY Rep is allowed to play any AYAW? game of more than 15 people in a village.

Andy and Kristen both have made this point over and over and over and it should be noted that they are not repeating it to hear themselves talk.

Resist the pressure to play the game off the moderator's card and keep every village on the same track.

Do not stack your deck, do not add new characters, do not play any games over 15 players and try try try to adapt to every village style.. ( MY PERSONAL WEAKNESS )

Its a Looney game... with rules on a card from the company.. and your a Looney rep.. play it, trust it and sell it.. don't mess with it.

Robert Bunn aka BillyBrahma the Are You a Werewolf? Werewolf!

Robert Bunn

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From: "Steven R. Black II" <srblack1167@xxxxxxxxx>
Reply-To: Rabbits Discussion List <rabbits@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: Rabbits Discussion List <rabbits@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [Rabbits] Are you a werewolf? Question
Date: Mon, 3 Jul 2006 11:10:04 -0700 (PDT)

> This can be played by a larger group, just add Werewolves and
> Villagers.
> 5+ Players 1 Werewolf,
> 7+ 2 Werewolves,
> 12+ 3 Werewolves and
> 19+ 4 Werewolves

The following is system that the Origins and GenCon Indy crews uses:
5+ 1 WW
8+ 2 WW (8 Players => new WW)
16+ 3 WW (2 packages needed => new WW)
24+ 4 WW (+8 players => +1)
31+ 5 WW (3rd package needed=> new WW)
39+ 6 WW (continue the pattern)

This makes the demographics of the large-scale games the same as the
other ones.

I've played all of the above variations. I like them, however some of
the Origins/GenCon die-hards do not like having to deal with a changed
set of rules. There are too many variables for them to deal with.

I like the upset of the normal.


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