OT: SPF Mafia Round 9 - Clue. The doorbell rang yet again. In the heavy rain outside a tall gentleman with a scrubby beard, dark hat and long overcoat was banging to get in. Wadsworth rolled his eyes and walked yet again out of the room to answer the door. He showed the tall gentlemen in to the room where now were assembled six others who had trickled in with the rain. Mr. Body came in right after with wadsworth. A warm smile that just didn't reach the eyes radiated from Mr. Body as he looked to his guests. ''It's nice to see you again Mrs. Peacockm Mrs. White, Mrs. Scarlett.. or is it Ms. Scarlett ofcourse. Mr. Green, professor Plum how nice to see you, yes Colonel Mustard you can hang your coat there...'' Mr. Body went trough the names as a hot knife trough butter, smooth but like steel. ''It is no mistake you are all here in this room.'' he continued, ''there are other guests in the mansion, but you are all here for one reason. Let me explain..'' A small, yet again cold, smile shivered across his face. A bump to the table. A small click. Darkness. A shot. --- Welcome to the mafia round 9. I wanted a nice theme for this round and came up with one of my favorite old movies. Clue. I really hope this'll work out because there'll be a lot of names involved, but I'll try and keep things as simple as possible. This will be a ''town'' vs ''mafia''. So that means only two sides. Among both sides are a few of the main characters and a few of the other charaters from the movie, filled up with ''other guests'' as there will probably (hopefully) more people signing up. Okay on to the good stuff: Code: Colonel Mustard military leader of the anti-town Mrs. Peacock grande dame leader of the town Miss Scarlet femme fatale vigilante Professor Plum professor doctor Mr. Green evangelist coroner Mrs. White house keeper keeper of keys the Cook cooks meals the Chief keeps together the masons Wadsworth trustee of the chief, can recruit 1 mason the Singing Telegram Girl 1 night message the Motorist 1 night message the Cop alignment cop Those are the main characters. Ofcourse some are pretty straight forward, but I'll explain them all. Colonel Mustard - Anti-town He and a few others are forming the group that want to kill everyone beside themself in the mansion. (note: I'm not dissing the army or something, I just picked him to be anti-town..) Mrs. Peacock - Pro-town No role, just a fancy name. hehe pea.. Miss Scarlet - Pro-town Can choose one night and make a night kill attempt then. This is one-shot, so even if it fails you have used your best lingerie.. uh.. weapons. Professor Plum - Pro-town This is a novilty role. You can invent one potion a night which you can give someone during the day. The potions have various effects. Most of them are just amusing (makes the drinker vomit, makes the drinker turn a nasty shade of orange) some are game impact heavy (allignment reveil at the end of the day, poison). This will be based on the amount of people signing up (so if 20 people sign up the potion will have 1/20 chance to be poison). The effects will be as much positive as they will be negative. So if 2 of them will harm you, 2 will also give you an edge. No one (not even the creator) will know the effect of the potion before hand. The person it is given to during the day can choose to take it or not. Mr. Green - Pro-town This coroner makes sure that when someone dies the rest of the mansion knows the allignment (not the role mind you) of the person who died. If Green dies there will be no more role reveil. The reveils will have half a one-cycle delay. So if someone dies at night he will be reveiled at the start of the next night. If someone dies during the day he will be reveiled at the start of next day. Mrs. White - Pro-town The keeper of keys can prowl around at night, choosing one door to lock. This will keep the person inside the room shut in (so a role block there), but it will also keep other people out (so a protection). the Cook - Anti-town The second novilty role. It basically haves the same effect as professor plum. The cook is in league with colonel mustard. the Chief - Pro-town Head of the pro-town masonic group. Will form this group with Wadsworth and someone they can try to reqruit at any time of the game. If the chief dies the masonic group will fall apart and cannot come together anymore at night. Wadsworth - Pro-town A mason. Wadsworth can try to reqruit someone. If wadsworth tries to reqruit a powerrole he will come up emtpy. The person who he tried to reqruit will know who he is though. the Singing Telegram Girl - Pro-town Can send one message at night during one night of the game. This message cannot tell that person about yourself. (no role reveil or anything) So... besically a ''screw with someone's head role''. the Motorist - Anti-town Yep, same as the telegram girl. Only this time anti-town. the Cop - Pro-town Allignment cop. Can try to investigate someone during each night. He will only know if that person is pro- or anti-town. Alongside Colonel Mustard, the Cook and the Motorist are a few more anti-towners. The number will be based on the number of people that sign up. I'm thinking of a total of 3 to 1. (20 people sign up: 5 anti-town, 24 sign up: 6 anti-town, etc) Everyone else will just be regular guests (pro-town). Some other stuff: Vote/unvote in seperate lines and in bold. No posting/using information I PM to you. That goes for all PM's. You can reveil/claim at any time you want. The days will be 48 hours, nights 24. This thread can be used to sign up, but also discuss the roles. I think it's pretty balanced, both sides have a novilty and a night message to cancel eachother out, there is a pretty big anti-town group to make up for the multitude of the roles (and counter a mass-claim) and the investigation role will only find pro- or anti-town instead of someone's role. I really like the professor and the cook, but maybe I should just keep them in for hilarity instead of giving them actual impact-heavy stuff. Keep an eye on balance. Let me know what you think :smiley: Oh ps. Clue is known to some as Cluedo.. heh.. maybe I shoudl've mentioned that earlier.