Vanilla Werewolf, except…
Once you’ve finished generating the setup, shuffle all the alignments between all the players (i.e. breaking the link between role and alignment). This role ends up as a vanilla of whatever alignment got shuffled into it. The players aren’t told how their roles were generated (so this player will think they just rolled a vanilla role).
Only one role with Poltergeist in the name can exist in a game. If multiple are rolled, one is selected randomly to remain and all others become Vanilla Townies. If this is rolled, after the setup generates, this role may pick a number of players to add to their faction, with a maximum faction size of 20% of the playerlist, rounded down. Any players recruited get their alignment changed to Ghoul. If there are already Ghoul aligned roles, the amount of recruits available with be reduced by that number. Any extra Ghouls past the allowed number will become town versions of whatever they are (So a Ghoul Tracker would become a Town Tracker). This faction has no nightkill but has a one-shot ability to select any dead member of their faction to possess any living player. The living player now counts towards the Ghouls’ numbers and the dead Ghoul possessing the player has control over that player’s night actions. The possessed player may still post and vote as normal however.
The Ghoul faction wins when 50% of alive players are of the Ghoul faction.
Randomizes all roles of a certain type across their group (active night actions switch, night passives switch, votemodifiers switch, etc). Players receive their original role but have the functionality of their new role.
Town 1-Shot Abortionist
When a player is to be replaced in the game, the moderator will post in the game thread that the player is being replaced, and then will contact you privately via PM and give you the option to terminate the slot. If you choose to terminate, the mod will post in the game thread that a replacement player was aborted before entering the game. If you do not choose to terminate, the moderator will seek a replacement.
I misread “Town Aborist” on the last page and then I had to get this out of my head…
I guess this is what… A 1-shot replacement dayvig?
Enough with these fancy re-rolls already.
This is not a role. If this is rolled, do not execute any special effects from re-rolls from now on
Stop rolling roles. You’re done. You don’t get to add any more roles to your game, even if there are slots without roles still. Figure it out.
Once during the game, you may neighborize a player. This action cannot be blocked or redirected by any means. The player you have neighborized is not informed of the nature of the neighborhood, but you win if this person loses. If it becomes impossible for them to win, you exit the game in a win. If you die before you can neighborize anyone, you exit the game in a loss.
Unconvertable Miller Almighty Survivor
This fella is down on their luck. They’re suspicious by nature, nobody wants them around on their team, and they got no protection from anyone. They only are looking out for themselves.
Wincon: survive until endgame. If this happens, nobody else wins, even if they preformed their wincon as well.
Miller: come up as the worst possible outcome to investigative roles, even to the Mafia/Werewolf/Cult. For example, a Mafia Rolecop would see them as a Serial Killer or a Macho Cop, depending on what the Mod sees as a horrible role to be seen as.
Unconvertable: their wincon and role cannot be changed by any means, but being neighborized is still an option as it is just an additional ability and not a true role change.
Almighty: your wincon takes priority over other wincons, meaning if you are successful, only you win. This even overrides a Jester or a Lyncher victory.
Mafia Traitor Backup Vigilante
The Mafia do not know you exist and you do not know who they are. If the Mafia is entirely wiped out, you inherit the factional nightkill.
Wild-Groupscum Conditional Flagbearer
You join any groupscum faction (mafia, werewolves, aliens, pirates, cult, etc.) that already has a member. if there are 3 or less living members of your faction and you are lynched, your faction automatically loses.
Town Neighbouriser, but…
If at any point your neighbourhood consists of all living players, you win. Alternatively, you also win if the town wins. Alignment investigations will see you as town, but investigations that specifically detect third parties will see you as third party.
Werewolf Traffic Analyst
A Traffic Analyst is a role that is capable of checking to see whether a player can privately communicate. As an informative role, its night choice is to choose a player, and the analyst will learn whether or not there are any players that that player can legally communicate with outside the game thread. (The identity of the people that the target can communicate with is not learned, nor is the content of the communications.)
Note that merely having access to a private topic is not necessarily enough to be able to communicate; there will have to be a second living player in the private topic in question to communicate with. In general, the role will give a “can communicate” result on a player who shares a private topic with another living player, and also on a Mailman; and a “cannot communicate” result on anyone else.
Town Ballot Analyzer
Can check the currently active wagons (this just requires one vote to be in a person) and determine how many are on scum.
As long as this role is alive, all night action results are replaced with random animal names. Each night action result will consistently be one animal name each time that result occurs in game, so players may eventually figure out that, for example, “elephant” means “no result”.
Town super doctor
If this role exists at the start of the game, all other town roles become “town doctor”
Each night, choose a player. If that player would die overnight, they become treestumped instead (i.e. they count as dead for almost all game purposes, but are allowed to post in the game thread).
Reroll, but change the alignment of the resulting roll to Werewolf
Town Janitor Vigilante
You’re a full Vigilante, but any time you kill someone, they won’t flip (i.e. their death will be no-reveal, and you won’t learn the alignment of the player you just killed).
You can win with the town. Additionally, if a member of the Mafia (specifically) is lynched on Day 3, you automatically win and leave the game, regardless of whether town ends up winning or not.
Mafia Orange Laser Goon
Kill flavour is “killed using an orange laser”. Otherwise identical to a regular Mafia Goon.
Whenever a player dies overnight, if you are alive, the kill flavour will (most likely incorrectly) specify that you killed them (e.g. a player might flip as “Mafia Goon, shot by your name”).
Reroll until you get a role with passive abilities only; reverse the alignment of the resulting role; the player gets an (incorrect) PM as though they were a vanilla of their new alignment
Town Reverse-Informed Paranoid Gun Owner
A random town role with an active action will be informed that you are a Paranoid Gun Owner. (You know that this has happened, but not which player was informed.)
When a player uses an active night action on you, you reflexively kill them.
Keep rolling until you roll a non-Town role; then combine the functionality of all the roles you rolled with the alignment of the non-Town role at the end into one large role
You cannot be affected by night actions which were deflected, redirected, or otherwise not intentionally aimed at you by their user.
Town Ghostly Cop
Once you have died, you can make a Cop investigations every night, and may communicate the result to the dead thread if you like.
This role can potentially impact the game if, e.g., a Watcher sees you investigating someone after you’ve died, but the results come too late to be useful.
Town Cop of Unknown Sanity
The moderator randomizes between sane, insane, paranoid, naive. The player with the role will know their sanity is in question, but not what their sanity is.
Investigative Visitor (random alignment, defaulting to town)
Each night, you may target a player. You will learn that your action succeeded (unless it failed, in which case you will learn that your action failed).
Fulltime Jack of all Cops
Each phase you can preform one of the following actions.
You can only use each action once.
All actions return a positive or negative and not the actual role that returned the positive or negative.
- Alphabetic Cop - Check is a player does not have numbers in their role card or not. (If there are no numbers on the role card anywhere the role is positive, otherwise if there is one it is genitive. Must be a number not a word like “one”.)
- Bomber Cop - Check if a player is a Bomber or not.
- Communications Cop - Check if a player can talk in private with another person at night. (Neighbors/Masons/Mafia/Medium/etc.)
- Cop Cop - Check if a player is a cop or not.
- Cult Cop - Check if a player is a member of a cult or not.
- Even Cop - Check if a player’s role is an even number or not. (GIM thread)
- Gun Cop - Check if a player has a gun or not. (Just a gunsmith)
- Hidden Cop - Check if a player is a Ninja/Hider/Commuter/Ascetic or not. Ignores effects of Ascetic/Commuting.
- Immunity Cop - Check if a player is night immune or not.
- Jester Cop - Check if a player is a vengeful role/needs to die to win or not. (Jester/Phantom/Vengeful Townie/etc.)
- JOAT Cop - Check if a player is a JOAT or not.
- Killer Cop - Check if a player has killed someone this game or not. (Hammer counts as killing as does Gladiating)
- Liar Cop - Check if a statement someone has made is telling the truth or not.
- Linked Cop - Check if a player is linked to another or not. (Lover/Executioner/Neighbor/Mason/etc.)
- Magic Cop - Check if a player is a magical/supernatural role or not. (Witch/Sorcerer/Warlock/Retributionist/Medium/etc.)
- Manipulative Cop - Check if a player can manipulate votes/roleblock/redirect or not. (Roleblocker/Rolestopper/Witch/Marshal/Gladiator/No Voter/Double Voter/Silent Voter/etc.)
- Neutral Cop - Check if a player is Neutral or not.
- Odd Cop - Check if a player’s role is an odd number or not. (GIM thread)
- Parity Cop - Check if a player is of the same result as the last player you check or not. Cannot be used night 1. (It will assume you are just reusing the last check.)
- Player Cop - Check if a player is a role created by [player] or not. You can chose the player you are comparing them too in the GIM thread.
- Power Cop - Check if a player is a Town Power/Mafia Head or not.
- Serial Cop - Check if a player is a Neutral Killing or not.
- True Cop - Check if a player is Mafia or not.
- Vanilla Cop - Check if a player is a non-power role or not. (note Serial Killer will only show up as positive if their only ability is to kill once a night. Power role also does not mean Town-Power just a role that is not Citizen/Goon/Vanilla Serial Killer)
- VigCop - Check if a player can vig a player or not. (Mafia dayvig/Vigilante/etc.) (Is not Mafia/Serial Killer kills specifically Vigilante)
- Visit Cop - Check if a player can visit others at night or not.
- Zebra Cop - Check if a player is an even/odd night role or not.
Reroll twice, take the role of the first reroll but the alignment and win condition of the second reroll
Unusual Faction Lover
You win if at least one townie loses and at least one Mafia member loses.
While you are alive, townies cannot win and Mafia members cannot win (unless their win is inevitable regardless of what you do), but your being alive does not prevent members of other alignments winning (and/or endgaming townies and Mafia).
You have a nightkill, which is only effective on townies and on Mafia (it fails as if roleblocked if you aim it at anyone else).
You are bulletproof except against actions by townies and Mafia.
Votes from non-townie non-Mafia players do not count towards your lynch (but still show on the votecount, so the votecount might show you at L-0 without a lynch actually having occurred).
Alien With Amnesia
@mod: Keep rolling itt until you hit a role that can target other players. Add that targeting action to this alien’s role (remove any x-shot modifier). Tell the alien they must choose to target another player each night, but don’t tell the alien what the targeting action does.
Reroll until you get a role that has a member of the forum namedropped in it.
Wins with the mafia.
If the person you target at night is a vanilla townie, they will gain a random role from this thread (retaining their town alignment)
Town Vanillaizer Vanillaizer
You may target a person at Night to remove any abilities that remove abilities.
If this is rolled, reroll every role to be something that shakes up the game in some way, and co-ordinate the roles to interact with each other.
The Gamma Emerald
Reroll to determine role and alignment. In addition to whatever role is received, you are in possession of a rare and mysterious gemstone known as the Gamma Emerald.
Each night, you may choose to give the Emerald away to another player. Unless that player dies, they will obtain the Gamma Emerald at the end of the night. (If they die, you will keep it, but if you die, they will still get it. If you both die, or if you die on a night you choose not to give it away, it will be lost forever.) When you give the Gamma Emerald to a player, you may optionally specify Positive or Negative; that player is guaranteed to receive an effect of the specified type that night, should you succeed in giving them the Gamma Emerald. (Otherwise, what effect they receive is completely random, as usual.) They will learn the Gamma Emerald’s effect and will be able to keep it or give it away on future nights. A player may give the Gamma Emerald away and perform a personal action in the same night.
Due to its powerful radiation, any player who possesses the Gamma Emerald at the end of the night will gain one random ability or effect from this list:
Loved (+1 vote to lynch, does not show up on votecounts, does not go away in LYLO)
1-Shot Day Neighborizer
Extra vote (shows up on votecounts; if you are voteless, you get your vote back)
Strong-willed (your actions cannot be blocked, redirected or interfered with in any way)
Hated (-1 vote to lynch, does not show up on votecounts, does not go away in LYLO)
Loyal OR Disloyal (one of these is randomly selected; you are only informed that you were made loyal/disloyal and NOT which of the two it was. If a player obtains both loyal and disloyal, their actions will always fail.)
Delayed (your personal actions, including giving away the Gamma Emerald, do not resolve until one night after they normally would)
Loss of a vote (if you have one vote, you become voteless. If you are already voteless, no effect.)
All effects stack. The same effect can be given multiple times, to the same player or to different players. Players learn which effects they have received (except in the case of loyal/disloyal, in which case they only learn that they were made loyal or disloyal).
extremely hated werewolf
dies if it gets even 1 vote
Technically Normal-Voter (alignment determined by mod)
You start every day anti-voting everyone (your vote + another person’s vote = 0 votes). You may remove your anti-vote on one person, and only one person, although you can change who does not have the anti-vote. While you are alive, everyone takes one less vote to lynch.
Town Vigilante Vigilante
You may target a player at night; if they have any killing powers, they are killed.
vengeful arsonist survivor
Each night you may douse 1 player
If you are lynched, each doused player is lit on fire and killed
If you are killed, each doused player flips but is not killed
omnicidal vengeful arsonist jester with a medical degree
To win, everyone must either be dead or die at the jesters death
The ovajmd can douse 3 people a night
The ovajmd can save one person per night
When killed, all doused targets die
Alien Neighborizing Group-Vigilante
Every night, you must neighborize a non-alien player; they are added to the neighborhood the next day. All living members of this neighborhood share a group vigilante shot each night, decided by a vote in the neighborhood chat (plurality applies, majority vote ends the voting, deadline is the end of the night phase) Ties are broken in your favor.
Reroll, except this role and every role rolled after it are neighbors
If this is the first or last rolled role, ignore it and reroll.
Town Imprecise Parity Vigilante
Each night, choose three players. The moderator will randomly choose two players out of the three you chose. If their alignments differ from each other, they both die. Otherwise, nothing happens. You won’t learn which two out of the three players were chosen.
Reroll until you get a role that targets one player, excluding factional abilities. Every night, choose two players; you will perform an action on one of those players chosen randomly by the moderator. You wouldn’t learn who you actually targeted.
This game is a sci-fi action flick and none of you are main characters,
meaning your aim is terrible.
^ That statement must be announced at the beginning of the game.
For every action in this game that targets n people (including factional actions, but not including voting), those using the actions must give the mod n+1 targets, and the mod will randomly choose one person from that list to not be affected. The mod will never reveal the results of these randomizations.
This roll does not count as a role, so continue rolling.
Each night, you may kill a player.
You’re just trying to eliminate the bad guys. But you have this horrible feeling that everyone is out to get you…
You win when everyone who is a threat to you is eliminated. That might be just anti-town players, or it might be everybody else.
Town Orange Thermometer
Each player starts out at 100 degrees. Every time a players performs an ability/action (including day actions), their temperature will go down by 10 degrees. Each night you can ask the mod for a temperature list, and the mod will give you everybody’s temperatures after the night has ended.
Roleblocking, cult recruiting, factional nightkills, and dayvigging are examples of abilities/actions. If it is a factional nightkill, only the player who did the nightkill will have his/her temperature dropped. Voting and talking are NOT counted as abilities or actions in this case.
- Chain-Tracking: [Night Action] Target a player. You are returned a list of the players they targeted. Then, for each player they targeted, you are returned a list of the players their targets targeted, and so on.
Reroll, but add the modifier Prime, meaning the role can only be used if the current day or night number is a prime number.
No, 1 is not a prime number.
Game Show Contestant
Each night, you can answer a trivia question given by the mod via PM to gain Bulletproof for this night only. You win with the Town.
Reroll to any role that give the one who has it a different role PM than the one they actually get. This does not modify alignment of the role in any way, but if this is rolled by, say, a “reroll but use the opposite alignment” card, that effect would carry over.
Compulsive Inaccurate Vig
Each night choose 4 people to attempt to shoot. They will be randomly assigned A, B, C and D. Each have a different percentage of being shot as follows
Way Too Much Daylight Savings Townie
If DST is currently in effect IRL:
The game starts at Night 1. If it was going to start at Night 1 already, it starts at Day 2. If it was going to start at Day 2 already, it starts at night 2, etc.
The game starts at Night 0. If it was going to start at Night 0 already, it starts at Day 0. If it was going to start at Day 0 already, it starts at night -1, etc.
One Thousand Monkeys on Typwriters Given One Thousand Years
Reroll all roles to be any role that has greater than 100 characters.
Surprise! You’re actually playing a normal game!
This does not count as a role. If this is rolled, discard everything. Select a setup that had already been used in those forums that is approved and has the same amount of players that are in your game. Announce that this game has been turned into a normal game, then finish setting up (and applying any twists to) the game like it was the one that you selected.
…but every other beat is missing
Reroll. In addition to the rerolled card you may only mention, quote, affect, and post odd-numbered posts. If any card uses re-rolls in any way, only odd-numbered results count.