The moderator should also note who the werewolves are. The moderator says "Werewolves, pick someone to kill. It is critical that they remain silent.

The other players are sitting there with their eyes closed, and the werewolves don t want to give themselves away. Sign language is appropriate, or just pointing, nodding, raising eyebrows, and so on.

When the werewolves have agreed on a victim, and the moderator understands who they picked, the moderator says "Werewolves, close your eyes. Seer, pick someone to ask about. Again, it is critical that this be entirely silent -- because the seer doesn t want to reveal his identity to the werewolves.

The moderator silently signs thumbs-up if the seer pointed at a werewolf, and thumbs-down if the seer pointed at an innocent villager.

The moderator then says "Seer, close your eyes. And you have been torn apart by werewolves. That person is immediately dead and out of the game.

He reveals his card, showing what he was, and leaves it face-up. Now it is Day. Daytime is very simple; all the living players gather in the village and lynch somebody.

The mob wants bloody justice. As soon as a majority of players vote for a particular player to die, the moderator says "Ok, you re dead. There are no restrictions on speech.

Any living player can say anything he wants -- truth, misdirection, nonsense, or barefaced lie. Contrariwise, dead players may not speak at all. As soon as the sun comes up and the moderator indicates that someone is dead, he may not speak for the rest of the game.

No dying soliloquies allowed. Similarly, as soon as a majority vote indicates that a player has been lynched, he is dead.

If he wants to protest his innocence or reveal some information like the seer s visions , he has to do it before the vote goes through. No player may reveal his card, to anyone, except when he is killed.

All you can do is talk. Once a player is lynched, night falls and the cycle repeats. Everyone closes their eyes, the werewolves or werewolf secretly select someone to kill, the seer if alive secretly learns another player s status; then the sun rises, one player is found dead, and the remaining players begin to discuss another lynching.

Repeat until one side wins. Continued Winning The humans win if they kill both werewolves. The werewolves win if they kill enough villagers so that the numbers are even.

Two werewolves and two humans, or one werewolf and one human. At that point they can rise up and slaughter the villagers openly. In Case It s Not Totally Clear The villagers are trying to figure out who s a werewolf; the werewolves are pretending to be villagers, and trying to throw suspicion on real villagers.

The seer is trying to throw suspicion on any werewolves he discovers, but without revealing himself to be the seer because if he does, the werewolves will almost certainly kill him that night, since he s the greatest threat to werewolf national security.

Of course the seer can reveal himself at any time, if he thinks it s worthwhile to tell the other players what he s learned. Also of course, a werewolf can claim to be the seer and "reveal" anything he wants.

The only information the villagers have is what other players say -- and who dies. Accusing someone of being a werewolf is suspicious. Not accusing anyone is also suspicious. Agreeing with another player a lot is suspicious, and therefore so is pretending not to agree with another player.

Never voting to kill a particular player is very suspicious for both of them -- unless it s the seer who knows that player is innocent.

Technical Notes When everyone closes their eyes at night, it is best for people to also start humming, tapping the table, rocking back and forth, or some such noise.

This will cover up any accidental sounds that are made by the werewolves, the seer, or the moderator. The moderator should stick to the script to avoid mistakes or clues.

If he says "Open your eyes, werewolves" instead of "Werewolves, open your eyes," a player may misconstrue the command before the last word. Since most of the time you'll be a Villager, having each each different adds a tiny little bit of variety.

The Werewolf cards are also different from each other, though only slightly. In , I thought about packaging my cards with Zarf's rules and selling the set for a few bucks through Contagious Dreams.

For various reasons, that project didn't go anywhere. The Looneys now have their own set of cards for sale, with nice drawings done by Alison Frane.

If you're the type who'd rather not pay for anything you can get for free, feel free to download my designs and print them out. This PDF has four pages.

Print out the first two pages the backs , then flip them over and print out pages 3 and 4 the fronts. I recommend using the heaviest card stock you can find.

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I d call it a party game, except that it s a game of accusations, lying, bluffing, second-guessing, assassination, and mob hysteria. I really like it. But then I go to some strange parties. Setting Up Assemble a group of players.

An odd number is best, although not absolutely mandatory. There should be at least seven players; nine or eleven is better. Each player should look at his card, but must keep it secret.

Only the moderator reveals his card and shows himself to be the moderator. Alternatively, the group can choose a moderator in advance; the moderator then takes the "Moderator" card, shuffles the rest, and hands them out face-down.

Two players are now secretly werewolves. They are trying to slaughter everyone in the village. Everyone else is an innocent human villager; but one of the villagers secretly has the Second Sight, and can detect the taint of lycanthropes.

The Game: Night and Day The game proceeds in alternating night and day phases. We begin with Night. At Night, the moderator tells all the players "Close your eyes.

The moderator says "Werewolves, open your eyes. The moderator should also note who the werewolves are. The moderator says "Werewolves, pick someone to kill. It is critical that they remain silent.

The other players are sitting there with their eyes closed, and the werewolves don t want to give themselves away. Sign language is appropriate, or just pointing, nodding, raising eyebrows, and so on.

When the werewolves have agreed on a victim, and the moderator understands who they picked, the moderator says "Werewolves, close your eyes. Seer, pick someone to ask about.

Again, it is critical that this be entirely silent -- because the seer doesn t want to reveal his identity to the werewolves. The moderator silently signs thumbs-up if the seer pointed at a werewolf, and thumbs-down if the seer pointed at an innocent villager.

The moderator then says "Seer, close your eyes. And you have been torn apart by werewolves. That person is immediately dead and out of the game. He reveals his card, showing what he was, and leaves it face-up.

Now it is Day. Daytime is very simple; all the living players gather in the village and lynch somebody. The mob wants bloody justice. As soon as a majority of players vote for a particular player to die, the moderator says "Ok, you re dead.

There are no restrictions on speech. Any living player can say anything he wants -- truth, misdirection, nonsense, or barefaced lie.

Contrariwise, dead players may not speak at all. As soon as the sun comes up and the moderator indicates that someone is dead, he may not speak for the rest of the game.

No dying soliloquies allowed. Similarly, as soon as a majority vote indicates that a player has been lynched, he is dead. If he wants to protest his innocence or reveal some information like the seer s visions , he has to do it before the vote goes through.

No player may reveal his card, to anyone, except when he is killed. All you can do is talk. Once a player is lynched, night falls and the cycle repeats.

Everyone closes their eyes, the werewolves or werewolf secretly select someone to kill, the seer if alive secretly learns another player s status; then the sun rises, one player is found dead, and the remaining players begin to discuss another lynching.

Repeat until one side wins. Continued Winning The humans win if they kill both werewolves. Since most of the time you'll be a Villager, having each each different adds a tiny little bit of variety.

The Werewolf cards are also different from each other, though only slightly. In , I thought about packaging my cards with Zarf's rules and selling the set for a few bucks through Contagious Dreams.

For various reasons, that project didn't go anywhere. The Looneys now have their own set of cards for sale, with nice drawings done by Alison Frane. If you're the type who'd rather not pay for anything you can get for free, feel free to download my designs and print them out.

This PDF has four pages. Print out the first two pages the backs , then flip them over and print out pages 3 and 4 the fronts.

I recommend using the heaviest card stock you can find.

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