@NuclearBurrito why don’t you play many FMs?
Really sound interesting, i like heavy reading more than these hard counter investigatives…
You might like FoL then
once one of the FoL running right now finish new game will start soon
How has nobody linked the welcome threads yet
It’s way easier than ToL tbh. You have time to think and consider as opposed to the chaos which is ToL.
Like I’m alright at FoL but I played ToL for the first time in a while this week and got completely fucked lol.
As of right now im the opposite. The first time i play FoL ima get evil and get read into the next lifetime, but im pretty good at evils in ToL
It’s a different skill that’s for sure. Still if you are any good at ToL it’s definately worth checking FoL out.
That may well happen. You wouldn’t be the first (rip Luxx please come back)
But if you choose to learn from it and improve, it’s pretty fun and super fulfilling.
BD was meh in EFoL, SFoL29 (Blender II), and it was downright horrible in SFoL31 (Triple Threat II) to the point that the game essentially boiled down to the Unseen vs. the Cult with BD as a kingmaking third party. Ever since the feedback changes BD has been underperforming as they can’t use mechanics as a crutch anymore.
Only reason BD sucked is they tunnel vision me for the most bullshit reasons.
imagine playing fol in 2018
If you are always suspected as scum when you arent maybe town isnt the problem
No it was a ‘scumslip’ in which I made a joke about htm not wanting me to guard so he could kill me.
That was only Triple threat, normally I’m better (I hope)
Well, both Unseen and Cult also had several ways of getting through your guards with a Sage and a Ritualist, so the fact that your guards were always failing also piled up a shit-ton of suspicion on you.
I was literally complaining so hard in my class card
This is why I never joke around in FoL. And why you shouldn’t either. FoL is serious business