I don’t have a lot to say about this one for an introduction, so let’s get it over with.

Vote One: Biff Slapcheese. “Easy vote here. Sorry Biff.”

Vote Two: Biff. “Yo voto por el señor Biff”

Vote Three: Biff Slapcheese.

Vote Four: Biff.

Vote Five: Biff.

Vote Six: Biff.

Vote Seven: Biff.

Vote Eight: Biff.

Vote Nine: Biff.

Vote Ten: “Biff the Non-Subber”

Vote Eleven: Biff.

Yep.

By a vote of 11 to 0, the first player evicted from CdL Big Brother 2 is

Chase “Biff Slapcheese” Thompson

Chase emailed me pretty much out of the blue a few days before the game started asking to play. Then I don’t think I ever heard from him again after his submission for the Mexican Standoff. I don’t know where he came from, and I don’t know where he went.

Johnny Johnson failed to submit an eviction vote by the deadline, and so will receive one BB strike. (An earlier version indicated Vance also received a strike, but that was a email mishap and not a nonsub on his part so he is still clean).

I was going to run a writing challenge here, but I really want to give this game a jumpstart after its uneven beginning here, so I’m going to do Rome instead. As outgoing HOH, Spatula is not eligible to compete. The other 13 of you will be playing Rome. This game is so good, I think some guy even made a real card game out of it. You should probably go buy it, I heard it’s fun.

In ancient Rome, as you may know, everyone wanted to gain power. But those who gained it were the most vulnerable to having it snatched from them, along with their lives.

In this game, you’ll be voting to assassinate someone each turn. This time around, in order to make things not take two weeks, we’ll be doing multiple assassinations for at least the first few turns. The player(s) with the most votes against them that turn will be out of the challenge. Everyone’s eligible for the first turn’s vote. Starting on the second turn, however, and continuing for the rest of the challenge, only the people who voted for the previously eliminated players will be eligible for that turn’s assassination. Make sense? Every successful vote you make gets you closer to HOH, but it also leaves you open to lose the challenge the next turn.

Everyone who’s still in the challenge will vote every time, even if you weren’t in “power” after the previous vote. Any non-sub will result in your elimination from the challenge and receiving one BB strike.

If there are any ties in the votes, the player(s) who received all their eventual votes first by email timestamps will be the one(s) killed. Once we get to three players left, the HOH winners will be the players who were in on the most eliminations. If there’s a tie there, we’ll do a BB Random Number Guessing Game.

I’ll post all the votes every turn, so you know who’s eligible for the next vote. The first turn, I will be looking for three assassinations, so send me the names of three players you’re voting for by Tuesday at 8 PM Central. Good luck, Houseguests.

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