Most ppl I've run into liken alot of the rules to Mafia, which is an OLD game. :) --Maria
On 5/4/07, Andrew Plotkin <
> P.S. cThules
Not related to the event at all, but I just picked up a copy of a game
called "Do You Worship Cthulhu"? It's exactly what you expect.
(From a company called Toy Vault, if I remember correctly. Villagers,
wolves, seer, vigilante, priest. The card art is quite nice.)
The rules explicitly describe the voting gesture "raise one arm, point
the other arm at who you're voting for." Am I correct in thinking that
this gesture was invented at the LLab Origins werewolf games?
(I'm not saying that would be a problem -- everyone learned the game
somewhere. I'm just doing memetic analysis...)
"And Aholibamah bare Jeush, and Jaalam, and Korah: these were the borogoves..."
It used to be that "conservatives" were in favor of smaller government,
fiscal responsibility, and tighter constraints on the Man's ability to
monitor you, arrest you, and control your life.
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