What sides are there?
There are Liberals and Fascists. Hitler is a special Fascist: the rest of the Fascists know Hitler, Hitler doesn't know them. This is a pretty public game, and extensive backchanneling shouldn't be necessary. That being said FASCISTS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO DIVULGE THEIR IDENTITIES TO HITLER, PUBLICLY OR PRIVATELY.
How do we win?
If you are a Liberal, you want to either enact 5 Liberal policies, or assassinate Hitler.
If you are a Fascist, you win when you enact 6 Fascist policies, or Hitler becomes Chancellor after the 3rd Fascist policy has been enacted.
How do turns work?
I will be posting a randomized turn order, that is the order which you will be candidates for President. Upon becoming a candidate, you may choose a Chancellor among those players that were not a member of the last government. All players will vote for that government by messaging me here, or on slack. Ties (if there are an even number of votes) count as rejections of that government, and the next presidential candidate starts over. If 3 failed governments happen in a row, the next policy is automatically enacted.
The moderator has a random selection of policy cards in the deck, Liberal and Fascist. 3 are chosen, and secretly given to the President. The President dismisses one, and the remaining two are secretly offered to the Chancellor. The Chancellor secretly chooses one to enact, and the other is discarded.
As Fascist policies are enacted, Executive powers become available. These depend on the # of players, but with 9-10 they are as follows:
1st & 2nd: The President may ask the Moderator another character's identity.
3rd: The President selects the next candidate. After the special candidate, the presidency goes back to the original order.
4th: The President must assassinate a player.
5th: Another assassination, and the Chancellor gains the power to veto policies, discarding them both.
Last edited by Luke
on Tue Feb 09, 2016 1:09 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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