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[Neverland Week] Love Letters (GAME)


Mashiara Sedai
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In Neverland, the King and Queen's Princess is looking for a suitor!  Can you help the Princess by delivering her love letter?

 

 

This is a game of deduction.  Use your skills to out-think your opponents and win the game!  The objective is easy: be the last person to have a card in your hand!  Or, in the case of multiple people having cards, be the one with the highest rank!

 

Only 4 players can play at once (but we can have multiple rounds if there's a ton of interest). There are 16 cards in the deck, powers outlined below, with the rank in parenthesis:

 

1 Princess (8): You lose if you discard this

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1 Countess (7):  Discard if you have the Prince or King

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1 King (6): Switch hands with another player

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2 Prince (5):  Makes any player discard their hand and draw a new card

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2 Handmaiden (4):  Protects you for one round if discarded

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2 Baron (3): Show cards with another player; lower card is out

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2 Priest (2): See another players' hand

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5 Guard (1): Guess a players' card (non-guard), and if correct, that player is out

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Game Play:

Each player is dealt one card.  When it's their turn, the will draw one more—having a total of two cards in their hand during their turn.  They will discard 1 of their cards at the completion of their turn.  All other players will only have 1 card in their hand.  Discarded cards will be played based on their power (as listed above).

 

Each player will be PMed their initial card, as well as the card they "draw" from the deck on each turn.  Cards "played" will be posted in the game thread.

 

At the start of the game, one card is placed face-down and unused, to add to the confusion when deducing.  You can never be certain which card is not in play.

 

 

So, if you want to give it a try, sign up below.  We will begin as soon as I get four players!

 

Round 1:

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