Mafia. Werewolf. Cry wolf. The wolf game. It's got a lot of names. But why not? It's a fun game, after all, isn't it? Gather around, draw cards or roll dice for roles, try to guess which of your friends are stabbing you in the back. Maybe it's even you doing the stabbing. Who knows?
But hey, listen to this. How about we kick it up a notch? Instead of just pretending, why not play for real? How? Easy. Grab a nice big house, take a nice long vacation from work, get some people willing to play with you, and presto, you've got a game. Of course, you might want to write up your will before you play. Because who knows what will happen, right? But think about it, it'll be fun...
What's this? You're backing away. Ha, I thought you might. But what now, then? We've got this nice big house already (it's even magic, you won't have to lift a finger to kill), and all the rooms and assignments and polling systems are up and ready to go. It'd be a shame to let them go to waste... and all we're missing that we need are the players.
... I suppose we'll just have to go find them then, won't we?
A. Fandom characters only without mod approval. B. Each player can play over 9000 characters... C. But only 1 character per fandom per player. D. Reserves only last 48 hours! E. Make sure to have read the rules and set up for the Traditori variant of the mafia game. The basic setup and rules of Traditori differ quite a bit from the classic version. F. Character sign-ups will close once the game starts, and will only reopen once the current "round" has a winner. G. All IC posts go into the community, not character journals. H. Be prepared to die.