|A Mafia Carol 2017 Edition|
|Link||A Mafia Carol 2017 Edition BTSC threads|
|Size||11 Players (Small)|
|First to Die||BabyCee|
|Last Remaining||JustDanceForever, Nana, Jay Gold|
It began on January 12th, 2017 and ended in a Goodie win in N5 (January 22nd).
7 Goodies vs 3 Baddies vs 1 Indy
- RID Kill > Block > Redirect > Kill (Not NK)
- Kills are not blocking
- Successful blocks and Saves will be shown in NP, kills will be shown. Since blocks are shown in the NP, Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come will also be shown.
- Target Spy will know whom his target targetted.
- Spies won't be told if they got redirected.
- Tie at D1 = No lynch, Tie at other day = random player in tie dies.
- Belle can't choose the same target two times in a row. Meaning if Belle targets X on N1, Belle won't be able to target X on N2. She can target X on N3 however
- Mr. Fezziwig can't target the same player two times in a row either.
- Spies won't be told if their target was switched by any nasty ghost
- If Tiny Tim is acted on by the baddies on N3 and that being the third time they have acted on him, he will survive.
GOODIES. WINCON: Find the three spirits!! (AKA kill the baddies) also remove the Indy
- 1. Ebeneezer Scrooge - A grasping, covetous old man, the surviving partner of the firm of Scrooge and Marley. Immune to death as long as Ghost of Past is alive. Vote multiplier, can make his vote worth 2x or 0x
- 2. Bob Cratchit - The kind-hearted clerk to Scrooge. Target Spy
- 3. Tim Cratchit (Tiny Tim) - A cripple, youngest son of Bob Cratchit. RID Kill, will die during the third night because of sickness, unless the baddies have acted on him 3 times.
- 4. Belle - A comely matron, an old sweetheart of Scrooge's. Save
- 5. Fred - Scrooge's nephew. Block
- 6. Dick Wilkins - A fellow apprentice of Scrooge's Advent Calender! Each night will be a new one for Mr.Wilkins. His action will be randomized between Kill, Block, Redirect, Role Spy and Nothing
- 7. Mr Fezziwig - A kind-hearted, jovial old merchant. lynch save
BADDIES. WINCON - Get Ebenezeer to become a nice soul! (AKA - gain majority). Their kill has no carrier. However, in the NP it will be Ghost of Past that does the kill during N1, Present during N2 and Yet to Come during N3. This will continue on in a cycle. For flavour only.
- 8. Ghost of Christmas Past - A phantom showing things past Choose 2 targets. What happened to target Y during the previous night will happen to target X this night.
- 9. Ghost of Christmas Present - A spirit of a kind, generous, and hearty nature Choose 2 targets. What will happen to target X will now happen to target Y and vice versa during this night
- 10. Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come - An apparition showing the shadows of things which yet may happen. Choose 1 target, i.e. X. The action and target X submits during the active night, will happen next night instead. Thus if X saves Y during N2, but gets targetted by Yet to Come, X will save Y during N3. Yet to Come can not choose the same target in a row.
INDY. WINCON: Ghost of Past must die and then Marley needs to die before Scrooge. If original wincon becomes impossible, survive until the end. Won't be told if he can't reach his original wincon. Game ends if Marley meets his original wincon
- 11. Ghost of Jacob Marley - A spectre of Scrooge's former partner in business. Role spy, immune to death during N1/D1.
- JustDanceForever - Bob Cratchit
- BabyCee - Mr. Fezziwig
- Hachi - Belle
- Barc - Tim Cratchit
- Araver - Scrooge
- Nana - Fred
- Jay Gold - Dick Wilkins
Day and Night Posts
|Night 1 - A baby's death|
Marley was dead. It is to the outmost importance that you have that in mind, otherwise this carol will not make sense. You will also need to believe in ghosts regardless of your regular beliefs. So, Marley was dead. Dead as a door-nail. Do not ask me if door-nails can be dead, for I do not possess such knowledge of the world. Mayhap inanimate objects can be deceased; mayhap they cannot. I do not claim to be an expert of such subjects, however, this narrative needs to make the death and the existence of ghosts crystal clear.
Now where was I? Oh yes, Marley was dead. Only Scrooge and a priest attended the funeral. But that priest has disappeared, and no one wants to make a verbal exchange with old Scrooge to be told the details. You will therefore have to take me up on my word: that Jacob Marley was dead.
But yet he exists still. For there is a haunting time upon us. It crawls and get closer. The Ghosts of Christmas will try to enrichen Scrooge in the joys of life. For what good is money, if you are poor in the heart?
The affair will not be simple, though. Because the humans of old London react to ghosts as any a mortal would if faced by such a threat: With pitchforks and bibles and a cross. They are one hundred years too early to call Ghostbusters, so these artefacts have to do.
|Day 1 - An empty chair next to the fireplace|
The cold has taken its firm grip over London town. People are scurrying along the snowy streets, hiding their faces under their jackets. But no cold is compared to the one Scrooge brings. A shiver that runs right down to the bone follows his steps and the people he passes flinches. Old Scrooge is on his way to Scrooge and Marley, a countinghouse from where the majority of Scrooge's income come from. He has not bothered to remove Marley's name and does not care whether customers refer to him as Scrooge or Marley. Nor did he care about the city council at the town hall. Some baby died. Scrooge couldn't care less.
Scrooge has the grand number of one employee: Bob Cratchit. A gentleman with compassion like no other. If you have met a gentler spirit than him, please introduce me to them! And I will make myself acquainted with that fellow. With that said, not even Bob Cratchit's warmth can heat up the countinghouse. It is even colder inside than out on the streets! "Sir, could I not add more coal to the fireplace?" asks Bob Cratchit, covered in two layers of coats, three scarfs and one hat, when Scrooge marches in. "I assume I will remove that from your pay, Mr. Cratchit?" He answers.
The employee resumes his work. There is not much more of importance to mention here. Bob Cratchit thought of his family and managed to talk his way into getting a day off on Christmas Eve. He is looking forward to sing with his son, Barc, however, unbeknownst to him, the city council has decided that Barc (oh so young and innocent) is the likeliest scoundrel to commit crimes such as murder.
Which is strange. How would a cripple murder a baby? Why would Tiny Tim (bless his heart!) do such a thing? The people do not care, and Tiny Barc hangs from the gallows at the end of the day. Only his empty chair at his family home is left of him.
|Plasmid was lynched and found out to be Ghost of Christmas Present|
|Night 3 - Gravewatching|
|Without further delay, the third night appeared in mist and smoke, and Hachi was spooked. He had a grim visitor last night, clothed like father Death himself. Worst of all: Hachi had been invited by friends to the graveyard. Now, old London was not the safest, but the extinguishing of Ghost of Christmas Present on the day made him feel more brave.
This was a mistake. Whilst days might be bright and ghostunfriendly, much less can be said about nights.
Hachi appeared at the meeting spot exactly when the church bell sang three, soulless clangs. The mist was violent, as if it was a storm. And a piece of the darkness became darker and more solid. It twisted and formed and soon stood a creature hidden underneath its cloak in front of Hachi. "Spirit! Please! I beg you! Leave me alone!" The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come was as soundless as the falling snow. It raised its arm and indicated it wanted Hachi to observe a certain grave. "Spirit! It is not my grave you intend me to observe?" The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come, said nothing yet again, but louder this time and kept its long arm pointing. Hachi took a few step forwards, swallowed and turned around. He stared into the abyss and the abyss stared right back. "Spirit, I must ask although I fear to, but alas I must. Are these the shadows of things that will be, or are these the shadows of things that will be only?" The third apparition was silent. It was impossible to know what it was thinking or exactly looking at, but, or perhaps it was the wind, no one knows, a sound resembling a sigh came out from the abyss. With its long arms it gripped tight around Hachi's neck and threw the lad on to the stone, breaking his neck.
"That's what you get for rhyming," it said. And disappeared.
|Maurice is lynched and revealed to be Ghost of Christmas Past.|
|SH is lynched as Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come|
Since Aura gave up there is no need to continue. Night is removed.
I swear I will write the last flavour things, out of completions sake, and add end game banter, but for now, I say the game is ended with a
End of Game Roster
The Narrator - Charles Boquise
- JustDanceForever - Bob Cratchit
- BabyCee - Mr. Fezziwig - Killed N1 by Baddies
- maurice - Ghost of Christmas Past - Lynched D3
- Hachi - Belle - Killed N3 by Baddies
- Barc - Tim Cratchit - Lynched D1
- Araver - Scrooge - Killed N4 by Baddies
- Nana - Fred
- plasmid - Ghost of Christmas Present - Lynched D2
- Aura - Jacob Marley - Conceded N5
- Jay Gold - Dick Wilkins
- sparrowhawk - Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come - Lynched D4
|List of actions|
What shows up:
Day 2: That was some crazy stuff man.
What appears in the NP: