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Oh no, Paj Meen Ah is "moderating" this game, so he will allot characters and roles.

 

 

 

 

Also....x-ray vision? Pervert.

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Yeah in this game you'll get powers given to you. In some games you get to choose a character if the moderator lets you, those games are called 'DIY mafia' and you send an idea for your character and the mod will make up a power.

 

If you could make up your own powers it may be a little easy for certain people to win.

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Ahhh... Screw it, I'm in.

 

But I'll go on holidays on the 16th, so if the game starts around that day, you may remove me from the list.

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I am going on holidays on the 19th, so if we finish before that I'm good. Or at least if I get killed before then.

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I don't understand the power thing.

 

I JUST DON'T UNDERSTAAAAAAD!!! :cry:

 

The essential game mechanic is that there is an uniformed majority, and an informed minority -- the mafia. The mafia can communicate outside the game thread, and the town can exclusively communicate in the game thread.

 

The gameplay cycles through day and night phase. During the night phase, the mafia kill one townie, and any special townies use their ability [in developed games, almost all townies have night abilities, just so people don't get bored]. Then during the day phase, there is discussion. People vote for who they want to lynch. A majority vote is needed for a lynch to take place. Mafia must avoid the lynch. Mafia wins when they outnumber the town. Townies win when all mafia are killed.

 

 

Everything else is frills that you'll pick up on the way through.

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The essential game mechanic is that there is an uniformed majority, and an informed minority -- the mafia. The mafia can communicate outside the game thread, and the town can exclusively communicate in the game thread.

 

The gameplay cycles through day and night phase. During the night phase, the mafia kill one townie, and any special townies use their ability [in developed games, almost all townies have night abilities, just so people don't get bored]. Then during the day phase, there is discussion. People vote for who they want to lynch. A majority vote is needed for a lynch to take place. Mafia must avoid the lynch. Mafia wins when they outnumber the town. Townies win when all mafia are killed.

 

 

Everything else is frills that you'll pick up on the way through.

 

So it's like a toned down version of the McCarthy trials?

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So it's like a toned down version of the McCarthy trials?

 

Probably, I don't know anything about them.

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So it's like a toned down version of the book The Crucible?

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What the shit!?

 

Fixed!

 

Incidentally, I saw a dwarf gourami for the first time a few weeks ago. I didn't know it was a real thing.

 

P.s I need 4 more people!

 

Well, I can change it if no one else signs-up. But it's less fun.

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Fixed!

 

Incidentally, I saw a dwarf gourami for the first time a few weeks ago. I didn't know it was a real thing.

Were you impressed by me?

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Were you impressed by me?

 

Not really. There were cooler fish in the same tank.

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I'm calling bullshit on that one.

 

Ready to see giant gourami?

 

ROAARZOR!

 

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No they aren't they're fish.

 

Mammals (formally Mammalia) are a class of vertebrate, air-breathing animals whose females are characterized by the possession of mammary glands while both males and females are characterized by hair and/or fur, three middle ear bones used in hearing, and a neocortex region in the brain. Some mammals have sweat glands, but most do not.

Mammals are divided into three main infraclass taxa depending how they are born. These taxa are: monotremes, marsupials and placentals. Except for the five species of monotremes (which lay eggs), all mammal species give birth to live young. Most mammals also possess specialized teeth, and the largest group of mammals, the placentals, use a placenta during gestation. The mammalian brain regulates endothermic and circulatory systems, including a four-chambered heart.

There are approximately 5,400 species of mammals, distributed in about 1,200 genera, 153 families, and 29 orders[1] (though this varies by classification scheme). Mammals range in size from the 30–40 millimeter (1- to 1.5-inch) Bumblebee Bat to the 33-meter (108-foot) Blue Whale.

Mammals are divided into two subclasses: the Prototheria, which includes the oviparous monotremes, and the Theria, which includes the placentals and live-bearing marsupials. Most mammals, including the six largest orders, belong to the placental group. The three largest orders, in descending order, are Rodentia (mice, rats, porcupines, beavers, capybaras, and other gnawing mammals), Chiroptera (bats), and Soricomorpha (shrews, moles and solenodons). The next three largest orders include the Carnivora (dogs, cats, weasels, bears, seals, and their relatives), the Cetartiodactyla (including the even-toed hoofed mammals and the whales) and the Primates to which the human species belongs. The relative size of these latter three orders differs according to the classification scheme and definitions used by various authors.

Phylogenetically, Mammalia is defined as all descendants of the most recent common ancestor of monotremes (e.g., echidnas and platypuses) and therian mammals (marsupials and placentals).[2] This means that some extinct groups of "mammals" are not members of the crown group Mammalia, even though most of them have all the characteristics that traditionally would have classified them as mammals.[3] These "mammals" are now usually placed in the unranked clade Mammaliaformes.

The mammalian line of descent diverged from an amniote line at the end of the Carboniferous period. One line of amniotes would lead to reptiles, while the other would lead to synapsids. According to cladistics, mammals are a sub-group of synapsids. Although they were preceded by many diverse groups of non-mammalian synapsids (sometimes misleadingly referred to as mammal-like reptiles), the first true mammals appeared in the Triassic period. Modern mammalian orders appeared in the Palaeocene and Eocene epochs of the Palaeogene period.

 

A fish is any aquatic vertebrate animal that is covered with scales, and equipped with two sets of paired fins and several unpaired fins. Most fish are "cold-blooded", or ectothermic, allowing their body temperatures to vary as ambient temperatures change. Fish are abundant in most bodies of water. They can be found in nearly all aquatic environments, from high mountain streams (e.g., char and gudgeon) to the abyssal and even hadal depths of the deepest oceans (e.g., gulpers and anglerfish). At 31,500 species, fish exhibit greater species diversity than any other class of vertebrates.[1]

 

Street Sharks is an American animated television series about crime-fighting half-man/half-sharks similar to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. It was produced by DIC Entertainment from 1994 to 1995. Later in 1996 the Street Sharks teamed up with the Dino Vengers (an early and vastly different-in-origin incarnation of the Extreme Dinosaurs) and the show became Street Sharks and the Dino Vengers. Like a number of children's cartoons, it was created to promote an existing Mattel toy line of the same name,[1] created by toy maven David Siegel and writer/creative director, Joe Galliani of Mr. Joe's Really Big Productions.[2]

 

Big Slammu (Coop Bolton): Coop is the sport-oriented brother, and the strongest of the four as well as the youngest. He is also a football player in high school. In the first episode, he uses a skateboard to get around. When he transforms into Slammu, he becomes a Whale Shark. In the episode "Stone Cold Cod" the Street Sharks travel to a volcanic region in South America. It is revealed in the episode that Big Slammu (and presumably the other Street Sharks) are warm blooded, and thus are mammals. His most prominently featured attack is called "Seismic Slam", where Slammu sets off an earthquake by hitting the ground with his fists. Coop/Slammu was voiced by D. Kevin Williams.

 

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Yeah but they're sharks, and sharks are fish.

 

No they're Street Sharks.

 

I refuse to derail this thread......

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