|Host||ShadowAngel & Framm18|
|Link||Myth Wars BTSC threads|
|Size||17 Players (Medium)|
|Winning Faction||Greeks + Mu/Remus|
|First to Die||Segul and Marq|
|Last Remaining||Barc, Araver, Curr3nt, Mew, Jay, Vommack, Plasmid|
It was co-hosted by Framm.
It began on May 29, 2014 and ended in a Greeks + Mu/Remus win in D5 (June 10).
Game Mechanics Edit
- Used Saves
- Lynches only reveal ability
- Indy can request admission to a faction by RIDing one member of the faction they wish to join. This must be approved by simple majority (1/2 or greater) within the faction.
- Faction can unilaterally claim an indy by RIDing them
Each faction is limited to 3 recruits
- Odin - Block - king of the gods, a warrior and a wise man
- Thor - Kill - god of thunder, another warrior
- Loki - Spy - the trickster; his use of seithr puts him outside traditional gender roles
- Frigga - Save - mother goddess, wife of Odin Allfather
- Ra - Block - sun god and first king of the gods, eventually resigned due to age
- Horus - Kill - third king of the gods, blessed with clear sight, he defeated the chaos god Seth
- Osiris - Spy - second king of the gods, god of the underworld, husband of Isis, father of Horus
- Isis - Save - goddess of magic and wife of Osiris; reassembled the scattered pieces of Osiris after he was slain by his jealous brother Seth
- Zeus - Block - king of the gods, lord of the skies
- Hades - Kill - Zeus’ younger brother, lord of the underworld
- Poseidon - Spy - another brother, lord of the sea
- Hera - Save - much put-upon wife of Zeus, queen of the gods, goddess of marriage
- Aeneas - son of Venus, founder of Latium (predecessor of Rome), survivor of Troy
- Diana - Roman equivalent of Artemis, goddess of the hunt, the moon, and chastity
- Romulus - one of the twin founders of Rome, raised by a she-wolf, the survivor
- Remus - one of the twin founders of Rome, raised by a she-wolf, the killed
- Hercules - one of the great heroes; renowned for his strength and the 12 Labors he completed after being driven mad by Hera
Recruitable Roman Ability Pool:
- RID kill
- modified bodyguard (picks someone to protect, 50% odds that any kills on them that night backfire, otherwise straight save)
- die roll among other ability pool items+no action
Each ability is identified with one of the roles, and a small bonus will be given on any occasion on which ability lines up with its identified role.
Indies will have a secret group sub-game.
Host's Summary Edit
Game Idea and Expectations Edit
In regards to the Indy Sub-game... I think that it can work, just it needs to have more of a recruiting pool (5 is way to small, I don't know if 7 would work) and also potentially have them removed from the main game until they are no longer able to be recruited?
Winning Faction Edit
Greeks + Mu/Remus
Day and Night Posts Edit
After spending centuries in the shadows of their respective countries’ lore, 4 mythos decided that it was time for them to make a return to the forefront of civilization.
NORSE Odin Allfather woke from his slumber, having dreamed about a great war that was brewing upon the horizon. Summoning his greatest warrior Thor, the trickster Loki, and his wife Frigga, they set about preparing for the war that would beckon a new age for the prevailing gods and goddesses.
EGYPTIAN Ra decided that this was the time for the Egyptian gods and goddesses to return to the forefront of the world’s mind. He went to his successors, the pharaohs Osiris and his son Horus; he knew that they were more than powerful enough to take on the other mythos preparing to take the battlefield. Osiris knew that war was never pretty; they would need someone skilled in protecting the warriors taking part in the fighting, so he called on his wife Isis to assist in the raising of the Egyptian Mythos.
GRECIAN Zeus summoned Poseidon, Hades, and Hera to Mt. Olympus to discuss the coming storm against the strongest adversaries that they had ever faced. The discussion was as fierce as any before; as they strategized the best way to defeat those that threatened to take down one of the proudest religions the world had ever known. Knowing this could be the final fight they took no chances in setting up their defences.
CELTIC Cliodhna heard the rumblings of war carried across the waves; she held little hope that her waves could protect their islands without aid. For a thousand years, all they’d sought was to carry on in peace, but this time it seemed they’d have to kill in their own defense. With her sister Eithne’s aid, she called upon the great warrior Cuchulain and the mage Math Mathonwy, the strongest with steel and the strongest with magecraft. They were the sisters’ only hope to protect the freedom they so cherished.
ROMAN Diana could hear the echoing drumbeats as the other mythos gathered their forces. She was certain her comrades could survive; for centuries they’d hidden and adapted, gathering and losing strength with the tides of faith, piggybacking on other faiths or taking on their idols as needed. They would do the same this time, their heroes and gods released to take service where they chose. She gathered the others for a conference: her half-brother, Hercules of the Twelve Labors; the adopted goddess Cybele, already practiced at the blending they’d need to survive; and four heroes raised from Dis: Aeneas, son of Venus, forefather of Rome, the twin founders, Romulus and Remus, sons of Mars, and Cincinnatus, farmer and dictator, the honorable man. Each would be sent out on his own, solitary warriors joining to other flags for their own survival.
Each pantheon gathered to plan: the Norse in Odin’s war room on Asgard; the Greeks around Zeus’s throne atop Mount Olympus; the Egyptians, thinking their homeland insufficiently secure, in Osiris’s realm, Amenti. Already outnumbered, realizing it was far too late to stand a change, the Celts gathered anyway, Eithne leading the others as they withdrew from the world for the last time. But they kept one eye turned, still watching as the others fought--perhaps they could claim the dead deities for Tir na nOg.
Only the Romans did not gather, instead wandering freely over the world, occasionally turning back to the Roman curia to discuss what they had learned. Diana and Hercules looked to the Greeks--perhaps they could blend with their almost-father’s alliance. Romulus and Remus thought of the Egyptians, to whom the river was as central as in their own story. And Aeneas, the warrior forced to flee, considered the chances of the Norse, most warlike of them all.
As night ended, the gods spread out, each with their own target. Thor took his hammer, seeking out Theta. Once he found him, a single blow from Mjolnir was enough to eliminate one competitor. But Hades had less luck. Finding Iota was simple enough; but it seemed there was disagreement among the Greeks--his sister Hera had chosen Iota to defend. Horus soared over the earth, looking for Omicron. Ah, there he was. Horus swooped down, taking his almost-human form as he landed, drawing his sword to cut down Omicron.
Tie, no death.
Iota is lynched as a kill.
Thor killed Rho.
Eta has been lynched as a Save.
Kappa is lynched as a kill.
No visible actions tonight.
Zeta is lynched as a spy!
End of Game Roster Edit
- Barc - Alpha - Hercules
- Araver - Beta - Aeneas
- Curr3nt - Gamma - Zeus
- Benjer - Delta - Odin - Killed N4 by Hercules
- Boquise - Epsilon - Horus - Killed N4 by Thor
- Dee - Zeta - Loki - Lynched D5
- EDM - Eta - Frigga - Lynched D3
- Segul - Theta - Ra - Killed N1 by Thor
- Panther - Iota - Hades - Lynched D2
- Hirkala - Kappa - Thor - Lynched D4
- Mew - Lambda - Diana
- Jay - Mu - Remus - Recruited by Greeks
- Vommack - Nu - Poseidon
- Auramyna - Xi - Isis - Killed N2 by Thor
- Marq - Omicron - Romulus - Killed N1 by Horus
- Plasmid - Pi - Hera
- WakeUpDonnie- Rho - Osiris - Killed N3 by Thor
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