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It’s pretty simple, frankly.

There are eleven players:

Colin Prime
The Dread Pirate

Eleven is tough. Three wolves seems excessive, and two seems too difficult for the wolves. So we’re going to make three wolves, but also give the village both a seer and an angel.

The wolves will have a seer as well.

Marzipan. Seer. She does tend to come off as the most intelligent of the gang.

Homestar Runner. Angel. He’s just so damned good-hearted.

Strong Bad. Evil Seer. But let’s face it – he’s not TOO evil. This flavor text will hopefully be as playful as the series. The other wolves will be Strong Mad and The Cheat, but they won’t really figure in to powers.

Okay, gang. First day will open at 9am Central and finish at…9pm Central. For the life of me I can never remember our usual. If this is a pain in the ass for anyone, say so now.

I do know that some of you are totally gone for the weekend. For this reason, we’ll probably stop play on Saturday and Sunday. However, I’m open to a single “day” played out on the weekend depending on availability.

Roles will be emailed in the next hour or so. Wolves will be able to talk all night, and BOTH seers will have a night zero peek.


I’d love to start tomorrow or the next day. I’m off this week and next, and would hate to see that go by without a game.

MelissaD curled up into a ball in the corner of the room.  As she replayed her past relationships with spookymilk and nibbish in her head, she took a vow of celibacy.  Or, at least, a vow of celibacy until she graduated.  The other students loved the downfall of their Prom Queen and ostracized her completely.  Rather than comfort her, they let her wallow in her misery.  In fact, no one noticed when the wolves killed her overnight.

Day one: inkarnit (village seer), not as cool as spooky
Night one: DG (villager), creating a spreadsheet
Day two: spookymilk (wolf), too cool for school
Night two: codefox (villager), marching to the beat of his own drummer
Day three: nibbish (villager), puttzing around
Night three: Violabeenice (villager), caught with an adverb
Day four: Beau (villager), promoting the scientific method
Night four: MelissaD (martyr), wallowing in her own freakish misery

Colin Prime

3 is a majority.  Night at 9pm.

Mrs. Jackson’s class tossed and turned struggling to find sleep.  When they were finally sleeping, the wolves awoke to choose their next prey.  The narrator struggled to brainstorm a good death scene, but then he remembered that Beau was playing again for the first time in a long time. Suddenly, Violabeenice was dead.

Day one: inkarnit (village seer), not as cool as spooky

Night one: DG (villager), creating a spreadsheet

Day two: spookymilk (wolf), too cool for school

Night two: codefox (villager), marching to the beat of his own drummer

Day three: nibbish (villager), puttzing around

Night three: Violabeenice (villager), caught with an adverb


Colin Prime






4 is a majority. Night at 9 pm.

“Why did we kill spookymilk?” codefox wondered.

“Um, because he was an obvious wolf,” the rest of the class responded.

codefox grumbled and went and sat in the corner.  He began tapping his foot to the march stuck in his head from band rehearsal two days ago.  He was annoyed that this crisis had prevented the marching band from practicing for several days.  While he was sitting alone, deep into song, the wolves struck swiftly.

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As sunset, MelissaD and spookymilk continued cuddling.  Mrs. Jackson locked the classroom, and students dozed off to sleep.

“If I die,” spookymilk whispered, “would you want to live without me?”

MelissaD didn’t respond at first.  “I’ve, uh, met someone else,” she finally stammered.  “He’s an exchange student.  He knows about things you can’t even imagine.”

“I’ll punch him,” spookymilk responded through gritted teeth.  “You’re going to be mine forever.  Who is he?  I want to meet him at the bleachers at noon.”

Their hushed conversation grew louder, and the commotion woke the other students.

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“Attention students,” the PA system interrupted class.

Beau’s eyes perked up.  This was his first day in school in years, and he did not remember mid-class announcements.  What could be so important?

“Principal Carruthers has an announcement,” his secretary explained.  Meat belched, rolled his eyes, turned to Violabeenice, and scoffed, “Whatever.”

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Grab your backpacks, form your cliques, it’s going to be totally awesome (or whatever it is kids these days say) to go to school.

Your roles:

3 wolves.  These aren’t the friendly Michael J. Fox-type.  Or, at least, they’re the Michael J. Fox Bright Lights, Big City-type.  One of the wolves even has the special ability to peer into the soul of all the students.

1 seer.  This classmate is perceptive and takes everything in.

1 martyr.  This classmate is so helpful and wanting to be liked that martyr will willingly die in place of another.  This role is like an angel except, instead of sparing a night kill, the martyr will replace the targeted person and die instead.

8 vanillagers.  I promise.  If I had learned I was modding a little earlier, maybe it would have been more creative, but, instead I was too busy in shop class loosening the nozzle of the blowtorch so Mr. Peterson will totally get burnt when he’s not paying attention.

I know this is a little strange, but because I sent roles out so late, I’ll allow both the seer and the wolf seer to make their night zero peeks up to 10am Central tomorrow morning (an hour into day) just so they’re not penalized for being away late on Sunday night.

If you didn’t hear from me, you’re probably a vanillager unless I royally screwed up.  Let’s hope that’s not the case.

The repair droids jumped into an escape pod and set course for a nearby wormhole into another dimension where repair droids get to sit on the beach and give each other congratulatory backrubs or something.  To be honest I was kind of running out of things for them to do in the flavor text.

But the townspeople soldiered on, trying desperately to make sense of what in the world was going on in this game.  Nettiebarron retired to the library.  Some malicious force was guiding this entire voyage, she was sure of it.  What she needed was an expensive cocktail and some time to sit down and sort this whole thing out.  She had been in the library the past three nights, and it really felt like she was finally getting somewhere.  Nettie read for a short while, until a thought struck her and she sprung from her chair to find the others…

Unfortunately, with the repair droids gone and no longer watching over her, a wolf could easily sneak up and devour her without giving even a hint of a warning.

violabeenice (wolf, shoved out an airlock, day 1)
todahshy (funny bone attack, night 1)
joepunman (villager, spooky’s terrible taste in beer, day 2)
kg2005 (villager, neglect, day 3)
spookymilk (lost a challenge, night 3)
codefox (wolf, no longer navigating, day 4)
Dread Pirate (NEUTRAL – WINNER!)
Colin Prime (NEUTRAL – WINNER!)
MelissaDiamondPhillips (NEUTRAL – WINNER!)
nettiebarron (lost in thought, night 5)

After all the deathless nights (and deathless days) there were three townspeople left, their ship was starting to fall apart and there was no means of repairing it.  Would the villagers take the controls and steer themselves to the safety of a nearby habitable exoplanet?  Or would the wolves rejoice as the good ship Leche disintegrated into nothingness, taking all the villagers with it? It would be up to these three to decide who will join the neutrals in winning this perfectly logical and easy to follow game of werewolf.


2 is majority.  Once that is reached the game will probably end.


An artificial night fell over the spaceship.  The course had been corrected and it looked as though there was no immediate danger to the good townspeople of Lecheville.

Except for the threat of wolves of course.  But perhaps the night in the middle of the day was confusing.  Or perhaps the death of codefox was too much to bear.  Or perhaps there was someone out there looking down on them benevolently.  Or perhaps there are no more wolves.  Who can really say?  (I could.  I could say.  But I won’t, because you all threw me in the waste chute.)

The villagers slumbered.  The repair droids worked even harder to deal with the damage that codefox’s gravitational hijinks had caused.  And artificial night passed into artificial day uneventfully.

violabeenice (wolf, shoved out an airlock, day 1)
todahshy (funny bone attack, night 1)
joepunman (villager, spooky’s terrible taste in beer, day 2)
kg2005 (villager, neglect, day 3)
spookymilk (lost a challenge, night 3)
codefox (wolf, no longer navigating, day 4)
Royal Ape
Colin Prime
Dread Pirate


Majority is 5.

Night is 10 Central (in 6 hours).

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