Werewolves of the Dark Arts - April

Seventh monthly meet-up of the Mafia variant: Werewolves of the Dark Arts. Recap of last month to follow.

http://werewolfdarkarts.com/ for more information on the game. Lots of new updates. :D

This meet-up is planned for the SECOND Thursday of the month. Please arrive as early as possible, with planned start time of 7PM. Remember that we need 10 attendees to begin the first round. Also, remember that it may take 30 minutes (or more) before the current round finishes if you show up late, but hey, watching is often quite fun. :D

(This meetup may take place next door depending on the progress of the new store set-up)

I will be bringing the sound system again, and I will be Livestreaming again.

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  • Tobias A.

    But I already joined. How weird. Anyway yay great comments! Glad you guys had a good time. Sorry for the delay on the next meetup, let me get it posted right now.

    April 20, 2013

  • Matt G.

    Excellent! Way less tense than last time!

    April 12, 2013

  • Shawn A.

    That was a blast! You host a good game, sir.

    April 12, 2013

  • Kitty B.

    maybe? me hopze

    April 10, 2013

  • Brandon

    Tobias, have you ever seen this odds calculator thing?

    Scroll down the 'customizing the game' a little over half way down the page. You scroll the red number text left and right to change the odds.

    "Andrew Plotkin thinks that for a randomly modeled game (like this one) you want to give the humans a 23% to 29% chance of winning – that will translate to about a 50% chance of winning for real people (who are much better than random) and lead to the most fun game. To see how changing the roles and number of players in the game effects those odds, try changing the numbers underlined with dotted lines below (drag them left or right)."


    March 31, 2013

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