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If we ever have a fun game with overpowered roles, I would love this to be in one of them.
NSA - Follows all the activity of everyone during a night phase.
I'm adding "Miller" to the list. He doesn't know he's a miller, like the Death Miller he gets a guilty result by investigations of sane Det, but when he dies he appears as Miller, not Mafia.
I wonder why there isn't a prostitute already for the mafia side?
¨Dirty slut¨ or something like that, lol.
Yeah, that's the basic idea, lmao.
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"Politician (Townie): The Politician can secretly make a player of his choice vote to his liking. The Politician PMs the Host during the day with the name of the player whose vote he wants to corrupt. The chosen player getting the PM from the Host with the name he must vote for, cannot associate himself with the Politician. If he slips up he gets three Penality Votes on himself. The role of the Politician cannot be claimed. (GAME 35) NEW"
Does it sound right and unmistakeable?
Sounds like a Lobbyist.
Also the definition of "associate" has to be hashed out. What is and what isnt association?
You mean Penalty* right?
Yeah it was suggested before... somewhere. I like it ^^
Obviously, the ¨corrupted¨ person doesn't know who the Politician is, right?
Btw, the Jesus role says in the rules thread ¨If he days in day phase 2¨ instead of ¨dies¨, I prolly made that mistake
Well, if "I vote for Imperium, because the Politician told me to" would be an association.
So would "I voted gnut not because of my own will". Right?
What about the more ambiguous ones?
"I am voting for him because ____. And even politician agrees with me"
"I'm on politicians side, we both are voting for ___"
Associating the politician with the vote.
The politician can't be named (nor implied, to avoid the ¨I CAN'T SAY MY ROLE¨ problem the noble has) in the person's explanation for his/her vote.