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Would there be any interest in starting up an online game of what I have heard described as "Werewolf," "Ultimate Werewolf," or "I Am Not A Werewolf"? Basically, it's a game about lying your butt off and/or trying to figure out who else is lying their butt off. In the most basic version, the players are divided into Villagers, Werewolves, and a Seer. The werewolves know who each other are, and once every night they get to pick one player to devour. During the day, they try very hard to act like a normal villager and not give away that they are a werewolf. The villagers spend the day talking, and trying to figure out who among them is a werewolf. If enough villagers think that someone is a werewolf, they can vote to lynch that person (maximum one lynching per day), at which point they find out whether they were right. The villagers win if they find and kill all the werewolves, and the werewolves win if they equal or outnumber the villagers. The Seer is on the side of the Villagers, and every night they get to check one person to find out if they are a werewolf. This naturally means that the werewolves would really like to know who the Seer is, and if they figure it out they will likely devour them. The Seer therefore has to try to steer the rest of the group's decisions without actually revealing that they are the Seer and know for a fact that they are about to, say, lynch an innocent villager, or that they really should vote to lynch a particular person. I've played this game a great deal in person and it can be a blast! The only problem I can foresee is that all of the discussion is really supposed to be within the group as a whole, so we'd have to all agree not to send PMs to anyone except the game moderator about the game, or to discuss the game in private in any other format. There are a bunch of other roles/characters that can be brought in if people enjoy the first game or two.... So, is there any interest in trying this? Or should we wait until the first EGS Convention to play in person? ;-) A word of warning, if I'm moderating this, there may occasionally be times I can't reply right away, so you'lll have to have a little patience.