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Podcasters Play "The Resistance" Online

  • Apr 10, 2014 · 6:30 PM

Here's an event that promises to be a little bit different!

On APRIL 10th at 6:30pm PST, Adaygrit from our meetup group (and host of the Pair Of Dice Paradise podcast) will be joining the hosts of The Cardboard Jungle, Couple Vs. Cardboard, Crits Happen, Drive-Thru Reviews, Let's Level Up, Spooning Meeples, Watch It Played, Weapons Grade Tabletop and more for a live, online game of The Resistance!

You are invited to join us online at the event's Google+ hangout to watch, comment, root for your favorite player, and participate in whatever other ways the Google+ hangout technology allows. I don't actually fully understand how it's going to work, so I know as much of what to expect as you do.

Who will remain loyal to the Empire, and who will be lured into treacherous betrayal by the Resistance? The only way to discover the truth is to tune in to the Google+ hangout and see for yourself!

Join in the fun! Click here to watch on APRIL 10th at 6:30pm PST!

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  • Stoney

    A fun game! Joel outted himself after he was on the second failed mission. The same mission more or less proved Rodney was innocent because he picked a team with at least two spies... a spy would know NOT to do that. I would think people would have been able to figure out Adaygrit wasn't a spy after he choose a team that all voted success.. but then again, he did put two spies on his team, they just concealed themselves!

    1 · April 10, 2014

    • Stoney

      I wouldn't say it's necessarily suspicious per say. I think it's more of a "bad move" strategically. If you're on Team Good, why wouldn't you pick the the one person you know is going to vote for success? If you're on Team Evil, not picking yourself can be used to incriminate more people, but it comes at the cost of moving suspicion your way when your team predictably fails it's mission.

      1 · April 10, 2014

    • Stoney

      However, in your case, you picked a tam that suceeded. That sort of cleared you, in my mind. Team Evil members should always run missions that fail, or they will lose.

      1 · April 10, 2014

  • Stoney

    Remember: the secret is to watch how people vote on teams! Remember who votes for an unsuccessful team, and against an successful one. Good luck out there!

    1 · April 8, 2014

  • Eric J.

    Sounds interesting. I'll be curious to see how smooth it runs.

    2 · April 7, 2014

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