|Ender's Game Mafia|
|Link||Ender's Game Mafia|
|Size||14 Players (Medium)|
|Start Date||July 01, 2009|
|Winning Faction||Formics (Baddies)|
|First to Die||Izzy & Eeeeep|
|Last Remaining||Fox, SomeGuy, Lost In Space, Randro|
It began on July 01, 2009 and ended in a Formics (Baddies) win in D4 (July 19th).
Basic Mafia Rules Apply Here:
- Day/Night Cycles are 24 hours unless otherwise stated.
- In the case of a TIE during a Lynch, both live.
- For all RID characters, there is no penalty for incorrect RIDs.
- Any other questions, just PM me.
- An action that is unsuccessful (i.e. a Save on an un-targeted player or the Block of an inactive player) will not show up in the Night Post.
- Kidnapped players are unable to act for one Night/Day cycle, which means they cannot vote in the Lynch after they are kidnapped. They will be released the following Night.
Buggers (Bad Guys) - Have BTSC - Win by killing all Humans and the Descolada
- Hive Queen - Can RID kill each night
- Drone #1 - Night Spy
- Drone #2 - Night Block
- Drone #3 - Vote Manipulation (Can change another player’s vote by PM’ing host. Vote change will not be posted.)
Ender’s Jeesh (Good Guys) - Some BTSC - Win by being last faction standing
- Ender - Can kill each night
- Peter - Can choose to make vote count x2, x1 or x0 each day, Can end the lynch early once
- Bean - Night Spy (If Bugger, it will only reveal “Bugger” not “Queen/Drone”) - Has BTSC with Petra
- Petra - Night Save - Has BTSC with Bean
- Virlomi - Night Redirect (Make “A” target “C” instead of “x”)
- Crazy Tom - Night Kidnap (player cannot act or be targeted) 33% chance of role reveal in Night post. If Ender dies, takes over Kill role (knows who Ender is - NO BTSC)
- Carn Carby - Night Block
- Dink Meeker - Every Other Night Shield (removes all targets on a chosen player)
- Col. Graff - Rolls a die for Night Action: 1 - Spy, 2 - Save, 3 - Redirect, 4 - Kidnap, 5 - Block, 6 - Vote manipulation (either x2 or cancel another players vote, your choice)
Descolada Virus (Independent) - Win by: Last Man Standing
- Descolada Virus
- Odd Nights: Picks a player to infect, gains his/her ability. Player is NOT notified and initially uneffected. (If Ender is chosen, redirect to random player.) Can use ability that night or save for later. When ability is used, that player will die.
- Even Nights: Same as above, but must RID player to infect.
Players were also given secret powers. Host did not reveal the secrets but 3 players volunteered the powers they had.
- Drone 1 - Lost In Space---could find the role of a dead player
- Peter - Clozobozo---save a lynch
- Descolada Virus - Crazy Painter---a (single) save for self day or night
Game Idea and ExpectationsEdit
Congrats Buggers! You guys did an excellent job as a team. Humans, you guys literally defeated yourselves in every way possible. The Buggers didn't lose a single player all game. Had you voted to lynch LIS instead of CP, you would have had a chance at winning this through lynches. Oh well :)
I'm really really sorry that I was gone for so long and left without notice... personal issues took priority and I got promoted at work, so I've been busting my butt 60 hrs/week. As such, I won't have much time in the next week or two for much BD. That is why I've called the game as well. Hypothetically, the game could continue another night and day, but the buggers could not be outvoted and have the only kill role.
- Hive Queen - SomeGuy
- Drone 1 - Lost In Space
- Drone 2 - Randro
- Drone 3 - Kathleen
Day and Night PostsEdit
|Intro: The Near Future|
|It is a short time after the Formic Wars, in which mankind was saved from complete annihilation by the military genius of one man, Mazer Rackham. As a result of the wars, humankind enters a shaky alliance to combat the Formics with the formation of an international military unit, the International Fleet (IF). In preparation for an anticipated third invasion, the IF maintains an interstellar school to find and train future fleet commanders. The world's most talented children are taken at a very young age to a training center known as the Battle School. From Battle School, only the elite students are promoted on to Command School, where they are trained to lead Earth's interstellar fleet of warships in its next and possibly final confrontation with the Formics.
It is here in Command School that we meet our future heros and mankind's only hope in the coming war. Ender Wiggin, the very best military mind to ever grace Battle School and the pinnacle of Earth's hope, is reunited with his former classmates. Bean, the only student to actually score higher than Ender in Battle School tests and the highest scoring student ever known to the IF, stands only two feet tall to Ender's right. He is strikingly small for his age but has a knack for knowledge. To Ender's left is Petra, one of only a handful of girls to ever attend Battle School and the only girl to graduate it. Petra was the first person to befriend Ender and teach him the indispensable skill of sharp-shooting. Much later in life, she develops a strong and lasting relationship with Bean. Behind them stand Carn Carby and Crazy Tom, Australian and British veterans respectively. Both have issues with authority and perform better under stress. Crazy Tom seems to actually become "saner" as the situation gets more tense. Dink Meeker stands there too, hands in his pockets. A great strategist, Dink persuades Ender to act with more independence from tradition, to act intuitively and to react with lethal power. He is joking referred to as "a Child of the Mind" because of his philosophical and unorthodox tactics.
In command of Battle School and one of Ender's first mentors is Col. Graff. An overweight military bureaucrat, Col. Graff is a man of many talents, primarily training Ender and saving his own butt. Eventually, Col. Graff takes a true liking to Ender and becomes his care-taker of sorts during the final Formic War.
Back on Earth we find two people instrumental in future world wars between the nations whose only reason to be allied was fear of the Formics; Peter Wiggin and Virlomi. Peter Wiggin is Ender's older brother and was seen as too aggressive and manipulative to attend Battle School. Jaded and somewhat jealous of his younger brother's accomplishments, Peter sets out to become Hegemon (or supreme ruler) of Earth. His talent for persuasion and rabble-rousing are unparalleled. Virlomi left Battle School and became the spiritual and physical reawakening of India by assuming the role of a goddess. A solid tactician and crafty manipulator herself, Virlomi was instrumental in orchestrating India's Earth-side war against the Middle East; sabotage and misdirection her key tenets.
Opposite our Human heros, we find the Formics (or Buggers as they are less affectionately known). The Formic species consists of hive-minded colonies that are directed by queens. Formic queens communicate instantaneously with their drones and live in vast underground colonies that are pitch black and confusing for humans to navigate. Ender claims they view things via heat signature. Those unfortunate enough to have seen one describe them as "ant-like monsters" larger than most bears.
The Formics made two assaults on humanity: One, the First Invasion, left the Earth itself ravaged. Both Human and Formic ships were slow and clunky during the war. Eventually, humanity was able to repulse the Formics, but at heavy cost. The Second Invasion was an attempt by the Formics to colonize the Earth. The human ships were still, for the most part, slow, but the Formics had made incredible technological advancements. They defeated most of the International Fleet but as the Formics approached the Earth, a small reserve force led by Mazer Rackham made a suicidal charge against them. Mazer, who had carefully analyzed videos of the previous battles, guessed which Formic ship was commanding the rest and destroyed it - resulting in victory. Unlike the novels, however, the Buggers are not going to attempt civility with humankind. Instead, they seek only to destroy Mazer Rackham, his protege Ender, and any other human who stands in their way.
Deep in outer space, we meet the independent factor in this battle for interstellar supremacy; the Descolada Virus. The Descolada is a quasi-conscious self-modifying organism capable of infecting any form of life. Once infected, the life-form literally liquifies itself from the inside out as the Descolada unzips the victim's DNA and attempts in insert itself into the genetic code. It is eventually revealed that the creators of the Descolada may be intelligent life forms, sending out the virus for a number of reasons including as a means of enslaving other sentient species. Two thing are certain about the virus: 1. You DO NOT want to catch the Descolada Virus and 2. When you do, your days are numbered.
|Night 1: Kidnappers' Caper|
|Crazy Tom paced back and forth on the bridge of the Command School, debating who to kidnap. He knew that by locking someone up for the night, he would have a 1 in 3 chance of discovering that person's Role and perhaps saving Humanity once and for all. Crazy Tom had made up his mind and rushed down several narrow halls and slid down a ladder to the fighter-plane deck. Boarding a fighter jet, Crazy Tom set out and managed capture Magic_Luver and lock her in the bowls of his ship. Both waited patiently while the facial recognition scan ran its course to determine whether Magic_Luver is friendly or foe.
High in Earth's orbit, Grey Cells slept fitfully aboard his ship, tossing and turning from violent nightmares. He awoke suddenly, soaked in sweat with the mage of a Bugger burning in his brain. Too frightened to leave his bunk, Grey Cells remained in his room for the remainder of the evening.
Elsewhere aboard the Command School decks, Col. Graff sat in his cushioned leather chair and pondered what action to take this evening. Unable to make up his mind, Col. Graff rolled a die, which landed on 4. A kidnap, he smiled to himself. Well, I have had a funny feeling in my gut lately...Better listen to my stomach like I always do. "Guards, detain Derrai at once and bring him to me for questioning." Thus, Derrai was brought to Col. Graff's office where he remained under interrogation for one night and one day. Unfortunately for Col. Graff, his interrogation tactics were unable to force any information from Derrai and his Role remained a secret.
In the blackness of the lunar night, a Bugger recon ship crept stealthy up behind a human communications satellite and hacked into the network. Breaking into a personnel database, the Buggers were able to obtain some biographical information of importance before being discovered and booted from the system.
Flying blindingly fast through space, a basketball sized comet crashed into the hull of an interstellar ship, causing minor damage. Luckily the damage was repaired before the ship experienced any catastrophic failures. The comet, however, contained within it a most unwelcome guest. The Descolada Virus had attached itself to the comet and was now aboard the vessel, lurking in the air vents, stalking its next host. As an unsuspecting life-form passed by, the Descolada Virus made its move and infected the being without the slightest detection. It is only a matter of time now before the Virus attempts to insert itself into the host’s genetic code, ultimately killing it.
Aboard Crazy Tom's fighter-jet, the facial recognition scan had completed its check of Magic_Luver and was unable to create a match. Frustrated, Crazy Tom decided to keep Magic_Luver in her cell until the dawn of Night 2.
|Day 1: Pause Without Cause|
|Day One was reason for mixed emotion. Some were exictied for the long weekend and a chance to unwind and recharge. Others were preparing for vacations or celebrating birthdays. One man was just waiting for his chance to join the game. But two players sat in eager anticipation for the weekend to end to finally discover what fate held in store; Eeeeep and Limeliam.
With Peter working the nets furiously to rouse support for his lynch candidate and the Hive Queen's drone impersonating another to change a vote, anything was possible.
The Host sat as his desk, counted the votes, made the changes, and counted them again. Slightly vexed, the Host walked to the center of town, called the people to order and announced:
There has been...A TIE. No one will be lynched on Day 1.
|Night 2: Under a Grey Moon|
|Izzy hadn’t been sleeping well lately, not that she slept much to begin with, but the last few days had grown increasingly worse. She was having strange and terrible dreams which caused her to sleepwalk and wake up in strange new places. Tonight, Izzy woke to find herself on the dark and arid surface of an unknown planet. Before she could even get her wits about her, Izzy heard a buzzing voice deep in her head. The voice beckoned her to follow it. Without knowing where she was going, Izzy began to walk away from where her small spaceship had landed into the darkness.
After narrowly escaping the Day 1 Lynch, Eeeeep was in the null-gravity training room blowing off some steam. On this particular day, Eeeeep was working on rapid-course-redirection, which basically involves calculated launches and rebounds from wall to wall, making one’s self an incredibly difficult target to hit. After a few minutes of exercising, the training room door opened and in floated Ender himself.
Grey Cells was in his private quarters watching the Interstellar Cricket Championship between Earth and Saturn, enjoying a cup of Earth’s finest tea. Putting the hot mug back on the table, Grey Cells suddenly became overwhelmingly faint. He started seeing spots and sweating profusely. Reaching wearily for the communicator on his wall, Grey Cells managed to hit the Medic/Panic button before the spinning room went black and he lost consciousness.
Carn Carby stalked the halls, looking for his target and found him in the mess hall. “Limey,” Carn yelled when finally spotting him, “I’ve been looking for you! You may have escaped the Day 1 Lynch unharmed, but I don’t trust you one bit. Come here!” Carn grabbed Limey roughly by the arm, forcefully sat him down on the table bench, and didn’t leave his side the rest of the night, preventing Limey from acting.
The voice in Izzy’s head grew louder and more forceful as she neared a dark and cavernous opening in the planet’s surface. “Come to me” the voice demanded. Without blinking, Izzy began her descent down the maze like halls of the Hive Queen’s colony. Before long, Izzy found herself in the Queen’s chamber, face to face with the massive Bugger Queen. The Queen’s giant ant-like body shimmered like Onyx in the darkness, barely visible but brilliant black. Her large wings reflected the dim light like oil streaks across a puddle. It was while staring at this monstrous, glimmering shadow that Izzy finally came to. “Holy…” was the only word to escape her lips as the Queen’s massive forelegs pierced Izzy’s torso, splitting her fragile human body in two.
Not far from the Queen’s colony, and totally unaware of its location, Underground Dan was working on the surface of the same planet. Hearing a soft and muffled cry of pain, Dan set out to discover its source when he was suddenly confronted by one of the Queen’s drones. Without saying a word, the Drone made very clear that Underground Dan should mind his own business and was better off tending to his work tonight. Underground Dan couldn’t agree more.
“Ender,” Eeeeep said with a hint of surprise in his voice, “How nice of you to join me. Do you have any tips on how to improve my rapid-course-correction tactics?” Ender stared coldly at Eeeeep for a moment before saying, “Show me what you can do.” Excited for the opportunity to work with THE Ender, Eeeeep didn’t hesitate a second before lunging off a wall, rebounding, and thrusting himself back into the middle of the room. While Eeeeep was occupied with calculating his trajectory and picking a landing spot, Ender calmly raised his laser-pistol, charged to a lethal capacity, took careful aim at Eeeeep, and fired. The laser flew silently through null-gravity, finding its mark perfectly in Eeeeep’s chest. Eeeeep’s limp body continued its course across the room, thudding violently against a wall before coming to rest near the ceiling of the training room. Eeeeep’s open eyes and blank stare empty as space itself.
Back in his room, Grey Cells awoke to the sound of medical officers chatting quietly and scanning him with their wands. “Grey Cells” the chief officer said, “You are a very lucky man, my friend.” It looks like you caught the Descolada Virus but for whatever reason, the Virus was unable to decode your DNA genome and infect you. It may have made you sick for a bit, but the Virus has left your body no worse for wear. You’ll be fine.” “You mean it wasn’t able to ID my genetic code?” asked Grey Cells. “That’s right,” said Petra, entering through the doorway. “But had it succeeded, you’re lucky I was here as well.”
Grey Cells got out of bed, thankful that he had survived his encounter with the Descolada Virus, and was determined to carry out his Night action. “Not so fast” barked Col. Graff, coming around the corner. “I heard about your little condition and you are not going anywhere! I hereby place you under medical quarantine for 12 hours. You will be free to leave your room tomorrow morning. Guards, block Grey Cells from leaving this room tonight, I don’t want him acting.”
|Day 2: Dan Under Ground|
|As the dawn of Day 2 started to peek over the horizon, Peter was hard at work again on the nets. His candidate was going to need as much support and press as possible if Peter was to succeed in lynching a baddie. Elsewhere, one of the Queen’s drones was busy hacking the inferior human voting systems, changing votes around to suit the Queen’s evil purpose.
On the surface, the votes appeared to be close as usual. At one point, a three-way-tie existed between the suspiciously quiet Limeliam, the newcomer Underground_Dan, and UD’s target of choice, Reaymond.
With the clock ticking steadily away, the final votes poured in. So did the manipulations.
“Hear ye, hear ye!” cried the Host. “The votes have been tallied. By way of majority selection, the victim of our Day 2 Lynch is… Underground_Dan.”
“You fools!” cried UD, “You don’t know what you’ve done! I’ve been set up by the Queen…” But his words were soon muffled by the gag placed over his mouth as he was quickly executed
|Night 3: : Made and Broken|
|Ender sat in his private quarters idly cleaning his laser-pistol and plotting his next course of action. “To kill or not to kill, that is the question” Ender thought to himself. “Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, or to take arms against a sea of troubles.” In layman’s terms, Ender contemplated the odds of friendly fire before putting his pistol back in its case and sliding it into a locked drawer. “Maybe some exercise will help clear my head” Ender said aloud as he slipped on his jump-suit and headed to the gym. As Ender made his way through the Officer’s Quarters to the main gym area, he decided he was in too good a mood to go killing tonight. Instead, he worked out and sat in the sauna, mentally preparing himself for the Lynch tomorrow and his target the following night.
Crazypainter was in her new interstellar hybrid vehicle going for a joy-ride. The new vehicle ran on solar wind energy, could hit speeds of near-light travel, and take off and land on just about any planet (amazingly able to withstand the incredible friction of re-entry). She decided to show off her new craft to some friends and beamed upward through the atmosphere. Just as she was about to fully escape the gravity-well of her planet, she came face to face with a small but heavily armed Bugger ship. CP tried to go around the ship to the left, but it moved to block her path. She maneuvered to try again on the right, but again the ship moved in her way. *Sigh* “Looks like I’m not going anywhere tonight,” CP said as she turned her ship around to head home.
Once more under the cover of a lunar night, the Hive Queen sent out a drone to hack a human communication satellite and acquire biographical data about her enemies. The human’s security network was faster to respond this time around, but the Drone was able to transmit his thoughts instantly back to the Queen and had no use for downloading large pieces of data. He got all he wanted from the network before being booted again.
JarZe was shooting pool in the Officer’s Lounge aboard the IF space station. Lining up a shot, JarZe accidentally popped the person behind him with his pool cue and knocked the officer’s drink from his hands. “Hey! Watch what you’re doing,” said Col. Graff, “I don’t want to have to hurt you.” JarZe apologized profusely and immediately went to by Col. Graff another drink. Stopping to consider the situation, Graff realized that JarZe was a good person and meant no harm. “You’re alright,” said Col. Graff. “Tell you what, I’ll stay here and shoot pool with you tonight and make sure no one else comes and messes with you. If they do, I’ve got your back,” said Graff as he sunk the “2” ball into the corner pocket. “Gee, thanks.” said JarZe. “Nice shot.”
Grey Cells was having a rough couple of days. Two nights ago he awoke from a nightmare about the Buggers and the terrible tragedies that took place during the Formic Wars. His dreams were so vivid and disturbing, they scared him into staying in his room all night and not acting. The following night, just as things started to look up for Grey Cells (he was watching his home planet playing in the Interstellar Cricket Championship) he came down with a short-lived and mysterious illness, which turned out to be a failed infection from the Descolada Virus.
At his wits end, Grey Cells roamed the halls late into the night, stopping periodically to look out the windows into the darkness of space. It was during one such stop that Grey Cells thought he heard something. A strange buzzing noise in his head. Not sure where it was coming from, Grey Cells headed down the hallway towards the nearest air-lock. The buzzing grew louder and louder as he neared the air-lock and once there the voice simply said “go in.” Grey Cells carefully entered the double doors and waited for the first one to close and the room to re-pressurize. The buzzing was unbearably loud now and Grey Cells could only stare numbly at the large red button near the outermost door. “go out” said the dark voice in his head. Without thought, Grey Cells pressed the red button as the deafening vacuum of space tore through the room, depressurizing it and throwing Grey Cells into the endless abyss of space. It was only a matter of seconds before Grey Cell’s blood began seeping out through his pores and tear-ducts as his whole body fell away from itself due to the lack of gravity.
|Day 3: Ending of the End|
|"YOU MESSED UP!" JarZe shouted as he was being dragged from the main deck of Command School. JarZe had just finished an intense and lengthy combat simulation in which he lead dozens of warships in their final invasion against the Bugger home planet - naturally JarZe made the whole battle look easy. He hadn't even been given much chance to defend himself before he was hauled from the Command Deck into the IF's gigantic assembly hall and auditorium. There, two security guards escorted him on stage and tied him to the executioner's post.
The Host entered, holding a glistening and swiveled blade. "Any last words, Jarze?" the Host asked. JarZe simply starred back at the Host and the audience that had gathered to watch his execution. His eyes shone in that emotionless and cold way only a warrior's can when faced with imminent death. "Tell Mazer Rackham I'm sorry for letting him down." With that, the Host slide his blade smoothly and silently across JarZe's throat. His blood and his life poured steadily from the wound. With it went Humanity's only hope of defeating the Buggers in the final Formic War.
|Night 4: All's Fair in Love and Biological War|
|Col. Graff sat behind his desk, staring intently at his computer screen. He pressed the intercom button and summoned two IF soldiers to his office. “Men, I want you to find and detain Lost In Space. Throw him in the brig until we are able to run a recognition scan...I just don’t trust him.” Without pause, the soldiers saluted Col. Graff, located LIS and arrested him. He was not to be released until the following evening.
In the International Fleet’s outpost on the asteroid Ethos, Reaymond was studying up on Bugger anatomy. The asteroid itself used to be one of the Bugger’s forward most scouting posts before the IF military was able to storm the stronghold and take it over. As such, there were volumes of information on the Formic species at the IF’s disposal. Reay was reaching into his bag for a bottle of water when he started to feel light headed. The pages on the library screen began to blur and he was starting to see spots. His temperature spiked and he started sweating profusely. Recognizing the symptoms as Descolada, he quickly reached back into his bag where he kept an emergency first-aid kit; the kid contained a potent antiviral serum. What Reay did not know was that the antiviral serum was only effective against the initial infection and incubation periods of the Descolada Virus. Once the virus had begun to mutate the host’s DNA, there was no humanly-known way to stop it. Reaymond injected himself but within a few short moments he had blacked out and lost consciousness.
Strangely however his body was still animated and appeared to be awake. The Descolada Virus had infected him and was preparing to use Reay’s ability for itself before killing him off permanently. Reay rose from his seat in the library and began to head towards the Main Operations room on Ethos. At the same time, an almost invisibly black attack ship was landing on an Ethos runway. The ship bore the unmistakable alien insignia of the Hive Queen and her drones. In other parts of the galaxy, the Hive Queen had been able to ID the Descolada Virus’ weak-points and develop what essentially amounted to a Bugger cure. The Buggers had tracked the Descolada to Ethos and planned to exterminate it once and for all.
Seeing the ship land and the Buggers headed towards the compound through Reaymond’s eyes, the Descolada quickly began pulling apart Reaymond’s DNA and trying to bind with it to save itself from the Queen’s attack. This was evident from the arm and shoulder spasms Reay began exhibiting. Recognizing the symptom, one of the Queen’s drones fired a tranquilizer dart at Reaymond and hit him in the neck. The dart contained a compound which does not kill the Descolada but effectively immobilizes the virus and blocks it from acting within the host. Reaymond stopped shaking and fell to the floor.
The Queen walked over to Reaymond’s limp body and stared at it for a moment through her hexagonal-lensed eyes. She reached into a hard, black casing and pulled out a large and menacing needle. Inside the needle, a purplish ooze was glowing. She stuck the needle into Reaymond’s chest and injected him with the antidote to the Descolada. The antidote works on the genetic level much the same way the Descolada does. The antidote binds itself with the open protein receptors on the virus. Once attached, the antidote begins leeching protein strands from the Descolada, which weakens it before eventually using up the bound antidote. The Descolada, missing vital proteins and its receptors destroyed, is unable to survive and dies off.
Inside Reaymond, a war of nano proportions had just begun. The Descolada fought viciously to prevent the antidote from attaching. Here and there, individual strands of the virus began turning purple and shriveling up. Reaymond’s body was now soaked in sweat and flushed bright red. Thinking the antidote had done its job, the Hive Queen and two of her drones boarded the ship and departed. The Descolada struggled to keep itself away from the antidote in Reay’s blood and tissue membrane. It moved quickly from organ to organ, tissue to tissue, trying to stay ahead of the purple ooze coursing through his veins. Unable to escape the antidote any longer, the Descolada was caught and bound at its protein strands. In a last ditch effort, the Descolada decided to start shedding large sections of its receptors, keeping only its genetic code and infectivity segments alive. The antidote was now binding to the free protein strands instead of the Descolada and was eventually neutralized. What survived and emerged then was an evolved form of the Descolada Virus.
The new Descolada was without its protein strands and therefore unable to evolve again in the future. In addition, the Descolada was unable to remain in Reaymond’s body since much of his DNA had been destroyed in the battle. Without any abilities at the moment and without a host, the evolved Descolada floated out of the IF outpost and off of the asteroid Ethos in search of someone or something new to infect.
Reaymond’s body was unable to handle the bombardment of virus and virucide. Much of his DNA was torn into pieces and never repaired by the Descolada. Blood seeped from his pores. His stomach and chest cavity bloated from internal bleeding and his skin became clammy and cold. Within minutes his whole body began to discolor and turn to mush. Medics immediately rushed to him upon seeing the Buggers leave but were unable to do anything for him.
Meanwhile, in the brig of Command School, Lost In Space sat nervously in his cell while several red lasers panned back and forth. On a monitor at the guard station, data was streaming across rapidly when all of a sudden it stopped. In large bold letters the scanning program displayed:
|Day 4: Final Hour|
|The humans and the Buggers had fought each other for years. Nether had known any enemy so dangerous or fierce in their entire existence; until the discovered the Descoloada. With no regard for species or life in general, the Descolada infected and destroyed everything it could touched. With no form of communication, there was no chance of ever coming to an agreement with the Descolada or establish peace between species. And as the saying goes, my enemy's enemy is my friend, and for once the Buggers and humans had something to fear greater than each other.
What the humans failed to realize, however, was that once Ender and Crazy Tom had been killed, their only hope in destroying the Buggers was to use the Descolada against them. As usual, the humans were guided by fear instead of reason, and established an treaty with the Buggers to destroy the Descolada instead. With the Descolada gone, the Bugger seized majority and were able to overpower the Human race, invade Earth and defeat the International Fleet. The Earth quickly became a Formic colony and all of humanity's history had been lost to the darkness of defeat.
The Buggers now have the voting majority and the game's only killing role. As such, the BUGGER'S WIN Ender's Game Mafia.
End of Game RosterEdit
- Hive Queen - SomeGuy
- Drone 1 - Lost In Space
- Drone 2 - Randro
- Drone 3 - Kathleen
- Ender - JarZe (earned BTSC with ML through secret ability) - Lynched D3
- Peter - Clozobozo
- Bean - Grey Cells (BTSC with Reay) - Killed by Hive Queen N3
- Petra - Reaymond (BTSC with GC) - Killed by Descolada Virus N4
- Virlomi - Izzy – Killed by Hive Queen N2
- Crazy Tom - Underground Dan/Derrai - Lynched D2
- Carn Carby - Eeeeep – Killed by Ender N2
- Dink Meeker - Limeliam
- Col. Graff - Magic_Luver (earned BTSC with JarZe through secret ability)
- Descolada Virus - Crazy Painter - Lynched D4