For clarity: When the "face hugger" or "alien" is killed, he chooses someone still alive that may remain alive, but may no longer speak. :) Thus why the face hugger choosing to silence the mason was of great benefit to the wolves in the game I mentioned. :) --Maria
On 9/17/07, Carol Townsend <carol.townsend@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I don't understand this... "silence someone once they died" ????
In my games, when you're dead you're DEAD and you cannot speak. If you do, if you can't control your own mouth, then you don't get to play in my games. Period. There's no need for a "face hugger" card... unless I'm REALLY misreading this - please elucidate?
On 9/17/07, Maria P <
In my last AYAW? game at DragonCon this year, I don't think we wolves would've won had there not been a "face hugger" card (or an alien card) that allowed them to silence someone once they died. It so happened that our face hugger silenced the mason who had figured out myself as a wolf & with only a few killings/lynchings left, the wolves ate the village. :) YAY! :) The Devil/Satan card is fun to play with. I usually prefer the basic game myself. :)
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