The year is 2019. North Korea has taken over the entirety of Asia, and they are heading towards Europe. The dangers of global warming have increased precipitously: California, Florida, and New York were washed away months ago. Immigration rates have dropped 75% in five years, and 97% of the last year’s immigrants were white. Amid this horrible news, a group of political figures, eleven Democrats and eleven Republicans, have sat down in D.C. to discuss the fate of the nation. Navigating around crowds of protesters, they enter a very fancy, and empty, Italian restaurant. (Most people cannot afford to pay such high prices anymore; the bill will be paid with a large chunk of next year’s meager education budget.) They sit down and begin ordering drinks, but the head of the table is empty- the seat was reserved for Donald J. Trump.
There are murmurs around the table- why isn’t he here? Some of the president’s ardent supporters insist that he must be late, while more rational minds conclude that he forgot to come and went golfing instead. As the waiter comes to take their orders, the current press secretary, Arnold Smith, bursts through the door.
“Our fearless leader has been held hostage!” he gasps, winded. “The Russians have seized control of the Oval Office! They have spies everywhere!”
After getting into a chair with a glass of water, Smith can fully outline the situation. “Apparently, trusting the Russians back in 2015 was a bad thing, after all. I always thought we would be able to work together, but they were using us for their own purposes!”
Some of the Democrats roll their eyes as he continues.
“So many employees have been in league with those commies the whole time! They’ve turned on Trump, who has locked himself in the Oval Office as the last defense measure. When they burst through the door, they’ll kill him and start a new world order! Oh, and also, there are probably about five Russian spies in this room right now. I did say they were everywhere.”
The Democrats and Republicans begin looking around at each other. Only a moment passes before everyone begins yelling at and accusing members of the opposite parties. This is going to be a long dinner.
A Winged Potato
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Mello Yello Enthusiast
11 Democrats and 11 Republicans are split into:
15 Vanilla Town members
1 Justice (investigates people at night)
1 FBI Agent (protects/jails people at night)
4 Vanilla Russians
1 Russian Recruiter (can sway another American into being a Russian)
- The FBI Agent cannot jail themselves, or the same person two days in a row.
- Each night the Democrats and Republicans meet in secret to discuss one person to nightkill.
- Russians (wolves) will show up as Russian to the Justice’s investigations. Everyone else will be labeled American.
- The Russians win when they are equal to the number of town-aligned players left.
- Town wins when all the Russians are defeated.
- A tie at the end of day results in a tiebreaker round where the tied people can only be voted for. It will last two hours.
- A majority of living players voting for any one person (or No Lynch) ends the day early.
- No editing posts.
- No quoting or screencapping from your QTs.
- If you have any other questions about rules, because I forgot at least ten of them, please ask in QT, and I will answer publicly here.
The day ends on Tuesday at 2 PM EST.