Werewolf Kill is a social reasoning board game that usually involves more than five players. In the game, players are divided into two camps: the villagers need to find and eliminate werewolves, while the werewolves need to disguise themselves as villagers and eliminate them one by one until the werewolves are in the majority. Here are the basic rules of werewolf killing:
Usually a regular player with no special abilities, the goal is to find and vote out werewolves.
Werewolves know each other, and the goal is to choose one villager each night as a night’s prey, and to hide their identities during the day to avoid villagers voting.
Check the identity of one player each night to see if they are a villager or a werewolf.
Each night there is a bottle of antidote that can revive a player killed by a werewolf that night, and a bottle of poison that can kill a player that night.
You can choose to guard one player each night to protect them from being killed by werewolves.
Before the game starts, the host will assign the players into different roles, and let each player remember their identity.
Night: The game starts on the first night. After the werewolf discusses the goal at night, he closes his eyes and does not speak, and the other players close their eyes, each acting according to the specific instructions of their character. Prophets can open their eyes to identify a player, witches can use cures and poisons, and guards can choose to guard a player.
Day: After daybreak, all players open their eyes and the host announces last night’s events. If a player is killed by a werewolf, he or she leaves the game, revealing his or her identity but no longer voting. The other players, through discussion and reasoning, try to identify the werewolf and vote out a player. The eliminated player reveals his identity and leaves the game.
Continue night and day rotation: Next into the next night, the remaining players continue to act and reason until one faction has the majority.
Villagers win: When all werewolves are eliminated, the villagers win.
Werewolf victory: When the number of werewolves exceeds the remaining villagers, the werewolves win.
Note: Werewolf Slayer is a highly social and psychological warfare game where players need to reason, conceal, and judge through language, while observing the words and actions of other players, in order to win. The rules may vary by region and player preferences, and the fun of the game lies in the communication and interaction between players.
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