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Werewolf XXXIX - A Game of Wolves

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Remaining players are:

 

Tanuchan - Seara Ryswell

Akallabeth - Wolfram Waters

Ozymandias - Routh Kurston

TheResearcher - Joran Griswold

Savage Dragon - Jasper Cornelius

Giles Jordan - Dane of the Ornate Helm

 

Dead players:

 

Mithrandin - John Deere - villager, 1st lynchee

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Remaining players are:

 

Tanuchan - Seara Ryswell

Akallabeth - Wolfram Waters

Ozymandias - Routh Kurston

TheResearcher - Joran Griswold

Savage Dragon - Jasper Cornelius

 

Dead players:

 

Mithrandin - John Deere - villager, 1st lynchee

Giles Jordan - Dane of the Ornate Helm - villager, 1st wolf kill

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Villagers got lucky with the roll of the dice, eliminating the wolf.

 

Finishing scorecard:

 

Tanuchan - Seara Ryswell

Akallabeth - Wolfram Waters

TheResearcher - Joran Griswold

Savage Dragon - Jasper Cornelius

 

Dead players:

 

Mithrandin - John Deere - villager, 1st lynchee

Giles Jordan - Dane of the Ornate Helm - villager, 1st wolf kill

Ozymandias - Routh Kurston - wolf, 2nd lynchee

 

 

Akallabeth was the baner and Savage Dragon the seer.

 

 

First night's seeing target was Mithrandin/John Deere, targeted by the wolf at the same time.

The baner did not have a target.

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Thought it would be the most likely to be off-putting to off the knightly one first, and that seemed a random enough decision for the random kill pattern purpose, too.

 

Did it work? :unsure:

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Ack.... :/

 

My apologies for my lack of participation. The only excuse I can give is that I've been under quite a bit of stress for the past week (and now for this week too).

 

However, it does look like the game went well, although quite quickly. And just looking up information about these books has made me want to read them sometime, if some time comes up.

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"Hardly even..."? i say thee nay, Sir!

 

Why, there are so MANY things you can do with a knife!

 

Such as trim your bootlaces!

Scale a fish!

Skin a kill!

Keep a calendar!

Pick your teeth!

Fling them at carnivals!

Fling them at those Lord Nobunaga wishes dead!

Whittling!

 

And the list goes on!!! Knives are wondrous mulituse things!!!!

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