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DON’T PANIC!
Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy

Begins December 1st, with extra long day one ... first lynch the following Monday

Lynch/dawn: 9PM BGG

Looking for 11 players … will augment for more, if necessary.

Do you know where your towel is? Due to a major disruption in the Space/Time Continuum (coinciding with the destruction of Earth ZZ9 Plural Z Alpha)towels have been randomly reassigned! It’s time to get your towel back!

Character Roles
Zaphod Beeblebrox …
Arthur Dent …
Ford Prefect …
Marvin …
Trillian …
Slartibartfast …
Prostetnic Vogon Jeltz …
The Heart of Gold/ Eddie …
Humma Kavula …
Questular Rontok …
Ravenous Bugblatter Beast of Traal …
Oolon Colluphid …
The Ruler of the Universe …
Wonko the Sane …
Agrajag …
Max Quordlepleen …
Kwaltz …
Narrator …

Rules shamelessly copied from MoonGoddess! (and other resources)

Due to the complexity of the game & the required communications, we will be playing in a 24 on/24 off format. I will post which day/night in large friendly letters at the beginning of each sequence in the thread.

RULES

Werewolf is a game of accusation, deduction, lying, reverse psychology and bandwagoning. Moreover, it's a lot of fun.

The rules are pretty simple: The players represent a village and each member of the village has a role which is kept secret. Most players are ordinary villagers but two or more are werewolves and one is a seer, there are some other roles that are explained later. The goal of the villagers is to eliminate all of the werewolves. The goal of the werewolves is to achieve 1:1 parity with the villagers at which time they can openly rise up and overwhelm the villagers thus winning the game.

Gameplay
The game consists of two different phases: Night and Day. The game begins with a Night phase.

Night (24 hours)
In a night phase the moderator will ask the werewolves to choose a villager to eat and also ask the seer and sorceror to choose one player to view. The werewolves should decide amongst themselves using the board's PM (private message) function who their victim will be and inform the moderator of their choice. The seer and sorceror (individually) should decide who his/her target will be and inform the moderator of his/her choice.

The werewolves' victim is dead and is removed from the game, but the rest of the village won't find out until daytime who the victim is and what their secret role was.

The seer's target has his/her role (villager or werewolf) revealed to the seer only. The sorceror's target has his/her role (villager or seer) revealed to the sorceror only.

*Exception, on Night 0 there is no werewolf kill and the seer and sorceror will receive a random 'negative' (villager) view.

Day (24 hours)
During the daytime the villagers all wake up and find that one of their own has been killed by the werewolves. At this point at least one player is a werewolf and so someone is gonna get lynched.

During this phase all players, including werewolves who have assumed villager form, must discuss their suspicions. Eventually it will reach a point where villagers start to cast votes for who they feel is a werewolf and must be lynched. Votes are using the Cassandra System. That player's role will be revealed to the village.

When the lynching is done all the villagers go back to their homes to sleep and the next night begins.

Winning
In case it's not clear: The villagers win if they kill all of the werewolves. The werewolves win if they kill enough villagers so that their numbers are equal (unless there is one wolf and the hunter, then the village wins). At this point the werewolves can openly rise up and slaughter the rest of the villagers. ** see Object Victory Conditions for personal win conditions! **

Special Roles

Deep Thought … (Seer )… looks for the Mice each night
The Empty Cage … (Hunter) … waits for the remaining mouse
The Bowl of Petunias … (Sorcerer) … looks for Deep Thought … creates FUD
White mouse … (Werewolf) … are trying to obtain the Ultimate Question … hopefully be extracted from the heads of the last remaining humans.
Vogon Infantry … (Villager) … Vogon Infantry … read poetry … stomp around quite a bit … and shout loudly.

Character roles are specific to tasks assigned to each and have nothing to do with werewolf role. IE: werewolves are not necessarily Vogons, Arthur is not necessarily the Seer and Slartibarfast is not necessarily the Sorceror.

Roles will be assigned randomly; the Moderator will inform you of your role via PM prior to the gamestart. The following is a description of the roles in the game.

Special Notes about the ** Narrator **

Narrator provides much need information from the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, as well as operating the Intergalactic Repository for Needful Things.

If a player dies, any object in his/ her possession not expressly his own (vic point object/ or personal towel), the objects will be sent to the Intergalactic Repository of Needful Things.

The Narrator cannot vote/ be voted for. PM’s to the Narrator inquiring about objects in possession count in 3 PM limit. One may barter with the narrator for object or info leading to acquisition of object. Special Note: the Repository has no need for cash!

The Narrator will trade two objects for the safe return of his/ her personal towel; choice of 2nd object up to Narrator. Narrator may respond to all PM’s sent to him/ her and is not limited by the 3PM Restriction in Reply’s only. The Narrator cannot solicit business.

Money Rules

Each player begins the game with 5 Galactic Credits.
Credits may be used to purchase objects from another player.
Each player will be given 5 GC’s when s/he has obtained his/ her towel.
Each player will receive one (1) victory point for every Galactic Credit above 10 that they have in inventory at the end of the game.
Running Inventories will be kept in the Cassandra Communication System pages for each player. If you do not have access to Cassandra, you must inform the MOD asap.

Object Victory Conditions
Each player will be given (at game beginning) a towel, a description of his/ her personal towel, 5 Galactic Credits, and a variety of other objects. Their individual mission will be detailed in their welcoming PM. Each player must attempt to obtain the objects on his/ her list before being eliminated from the Universe. Each object carries are certain number of victory points, totaling 5 victory points.

For a personal win, a player must …
Find & obtain his/ her personal towel (5 victory points & 5 GC’s).
Find & obtain his/ her list of necessary things (5 victory points).
Or a total of 10 victory points acquired thru nefarious means, ie: the acquisition of Galactic Credits.

PM Rules

1. Wolves may PM between themselves liberally. But must cc the mod if they choose not to use the Cassandra Communication System.
2. Each player is allowed three (3) PM’s with any other player to exchange towels and/ or other objects desperately needed to fulfill their personal victory conditions. This includes PM’s to the Narrator. Zaphod is allowed 3 PM’s per head, but MUST specific which head is making the request.
3. All PM’s must be cc’d to the MOD!

Miscellaneous

1) If there is a tie in the lynch vote then the player with the longest held continuous vote against him will be lynched.

2) Please post within 15 hours of roles being sent or a replacement will be sought.

3) No conditional voting.

4) Technically there is no talking between Lynch and Sunrise, however, I will bend that rule since we have a couple of Aussies playing with us. Feel free to chit-chat, but please do not divulge sensitive information or vote during the nighttime hour. Ghost stories, urban legends and flirting are all completely acceptable.
 
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1. Zaphod Beeblebrox, played by … Shugyosha
2. Arthur Dent, played by … Lardarse
3. Ford Prefect, played by … Esuh
4. Marvin, played by … Yekrats
5. Trillian, played by … Xandryyte
6. Slartibartfast, played by … Praisechick
7. Prostetnic Vogon Jeltz, played by … Farren
8. The Heart of Gold/ Eddie, played by … Javal
9. Humma Kavula, played by … Royalflush Stuey
10. Questular Rontok, played by … MoonGoddess
11. Ravenous Bugblatter Beast of Traal, played by … Denry
12. Narrator, played by … TheArchAngel
13. Oolon Colluphid , played by … not appearing
14. The Ruler of the Universe, played by … Kristiefix
15. Wonko the Sane, played by … not appearing
16. Agrajag, played by … not appearing
17. Max Quordlepleen, played by … not appearing
18. Kwaltz, played by … not appearing

 
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Brief Character Assassinations

Ford Prefect-- Ford is capable of Pheromone Control, a technique he learned from some Ex-Pralite monks running a mind surfing resort in the hills of hunian. He is also a hoopy frude who knows where his towel is.

Ford is from a small planet somewhere in the vicinity of Betelgeuse. He is a roving researcher for this wholly remarkable book, the The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. In fact, it seems as if he was one of the original crew who started the whole thing. His most recent assignment was to an insignificant planet in the uncharted backwaters of the Western Spiral arm of the Galaxy, known to its inhabitants as Earth. Choosing a name in the belief that he would blend nicely in to the native culture, he took the alias Ford Prefect. His original plan was to stay for a week, but he ended up stranded there for fifteen years, only managing to leave when he hitched a lift on a Vogon ship shortly before they destroyed the Earth.

"My doctor says that I have a malformed public duty gland and a natural deficiency in moral fibre and that I'm therefore excused from saving universes."

Ford is a good friend of an ordinary Earthman named Arthur Dent, who has known him for several years and believes him to be an out of work actor from the town of Guildford in Surrey. However, he is actually an alien from a small planet somewhere in the vicinity of Betelgeuse, and had originally only come to Earth to do some research for an article he was writing on it for the Guide.

Ultimately, however, his personal mission is to find a nice party and get incredibly drunk.

Zaphod Bebblebrox-- He is from a planet in the vicinity of Betelgeuse, and is a "semi-cousin" of Ford Prefect, with whom he "shares three of the same mothers". Due to "an accident with a contraceptive and a time machine", his direct ancestors from his father (Zaphod Beeblebrox the Second) are also his direct descendants (see Zaphod Beeblebrox the Fourth).

Zaphod invented the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster, and is the only person able to drink more than three of them at one sitting. He was voted "Worst Dressed Sentient Being in the Known Universe" for seven years in a row. He's been described as "the best Bang since the Big One" by Eccentrica Gallumbits, and as "one hoopy frood" by others. In the seventh episode of the original radio series, the narrator describes Beeblebrox as being the "owner of the hippest place in the universe" (his own left cranium), as voted on in a poll of the readers of the magazine Playbeing.

He was briefly the President of the Galaxy (a role that involves no power whatsoever, and merely requires the incumbent to attract attention so no one wonders who's really in charge, which is a role Zaphod was perfectly suited for). He is the only man to have survived the Total Perspective Vortex. However, it was established that he survived only because the Vortex he was subjected to existed in an Electronically Synthesized Universe which was created specially for him. This made Zaphod the most important being in it. His brain-care specialist, Gag Halfrunt, also said, "Vell, Zaphod's just this guy you know?" He used his position as President of the Galaxy to steal the Heart of Gold, a spaceship taking advantage of Infinite Improbability Drive, at its unveiling.

Trillian -- Trillian is a brilliant astrophysicist whom Arthur Dent completely failed to chat up at a party at a flat (possibly above an Estate Agent's) in Islington. Trillian eventually left the party with Zaphod Beeblebrox, who (according to the Quintessential Phase) is directly responsible for her nickname. The next time she and Arthur meet is on a spaceship in deep space, six months after the aforementioned party and shortly after the Earth has been destroyed to make way for a hyperspace bypass.

Marvin -- Marvin is the ship's robot aboard the starship Heart of Gold. He was built as a prototype of Sirius Cybernetics Corporation's "Genuine People Personalities" technology. Marvin is paranoid in the literal sense that he deems himself more important than he truly is. Marvin is more obviously afflicted with severe depression and boredom, in part because he has a "brain the size of a planet" which he is seldom allowed to use. Indeed, the true horror of Marvin's existence is that no task he could be given would occupy even the tiniest fraction of his vast intellect. Marvin claims he is 50,000 times more intelligent than a human, though this is, if anything, a vast underestimate.

Marvin was constructed much against his own wishes by the Sirius Cybernetics Corporation as a prototype human personality artificial intelligence. He was subsequently left in a dark storage unit for six months, during which no one bothered to visit him. His first and only friend was a small rat, which one day crawled into a cavity in his right ankle and died. He has a horrible feeling it is still there.

It is unclear how much time elapsed between then and his posting aboard the Heart of Gold starship, but since every other component of the ship was brand new, it seems likely to have not been very long. As the menial labourer on the spaceship, he grew immensely resentful of the insistance of his new masters (Zaphod Beeblebrox and Trillian; later also Ford Prefect and Arthur Dent) that he open doors, check airlocks and pick up pieces of paper. He reserved a particular contempt for the sentient doors; despising their blissful satisfaction with their existence.

Slartibartfast -- Slartibartfast is a Magrathean, and a designer of planets. His favourite part of the job was creating coastlines. The most notable of his designs were the fjords found on the coast of Norway on planet Earth. Slartibartfast won an award for this coastal design work. When Arthur Dent and Ford Prefect were on ancient Earth, they saw Slartibartfast's signature deep inside a glacier in ancient Norway.

When Earth Mk. II was being made, Slartibartfast was assigned to the continent of Africa. He was unhappy about this, because he wanted to make more fjords, and fjords in Africa would be hard for him to explain without natural glacial movement.

In the event, the new Earth was not required and, much to Slartibartfast's disgust, its owners suggested that he take a quick skiing holiday on his glaciers before dismantling them.

Prostetnic Vogon Jeltz -- The Vogon Captain in charge of overseeing the destruction of the Earth, Prostetnic Vogon Jeltz is sadistic, even by Vogon standards. When not shouting at or executing members of his own crew for insubordination, Jeltz enjoys torturing hitchhikers on board his ship by reading his poetry at them, then having them thrown out of an airlock into open space.

Physically, Jeltz is described as being unpleasant to look at, even for other Vogons. Given that Ford Prefect describes Vogons as having "as much sex appeal as a road accident", one can only imagine how much worse Jeltz must appear. This may explain his disposition.

Jeltz has been hired by Gag Halfrunt to destroy the Earth. Halfrunt had been acting on behalf of a consortium of psychiatrists and the Imperial Galactic Government in order to prevent the discovery of the Ultimate Question. When Halfrunt learns that Arthur Dent escaped the planet's destruction, Jeltz is dispatched to track him down and destroy him. Jeltz is unable to complete this task, due to the intervention of Zaphod Beeblebrox the Fourth, Zaphod's great-grandfather.

Under no circumstances should you let Jeltz read you any of his poetry!

Questular Rontok -- Questular Rontok is the Vice President of the Galaxy. She is desperately in love with Zaphod Beeblebrox, the fugitive President of the Galaxy, and he knows it, as she unsuccessfully tries to hide it. Questular alternately tries to arrest Zaphod for stealing the Heart of Gold (even enlisting the help of the Vogons), protects his life (when endangered by Vogon blaster fire), and at one point beseeches him to just give the stolen spaceship up. Questular appears to be the "doer", performing all the real functions of the Presidency, whilst Zaphod enjoys his status as the figurehead President. After Trillian repeatedly zaps Zaphod with the Point-of-view gun and he learns that she is truly in love with Arthur Dent and not him, he and Questular end up together at the end. Questular is also severely jealous of Trillian for obvious reasons, until Trillian and Zaphod part as lovers.

Heart of Gold/ Eddie -- Eddie is the shipboard computer on the starship Heart of Gold. He came from the factory equipped with an over-excitable, over-enthused, extremely irritating personality. At one point his alternate personality is accessed, but the new one (a coddling, school matronly sort) is apparently even worse. His logic circuits can be accessed by the other Sirius Cybernetics Corporation machines that apparently came standard with the Heart of Gold, thus ensuring that the entire ship can be effectively crippled if someone tries to explain why they like tea to the Nutrimatic Drink Dispenser.

Humma Kavula -- Humma Kavula is a semi-insane missionary living amongst the Jatravartid people of Viltvodle VI, and a former space pirate. (It was presumably during his time as a pirate that he lost his legs and had them replaced with telescoping mechanical spider appendages). He seems to be a religious leader on that planet, preaching about the Coming of the Great White Handkerchief. (See Jatravartids).

He also ran against Zaphod Beeblebrox in the campaign for President of the Galaxy with the campaign slogan "Don't Vote For Stupid", but lost.

Arthur Dent -- Arthur Dent seems to be having trouble with his lifestyle. One morning, he woke up with a hangover to discover his house being demolished. As he lay in front of the bulldozers, his friend Ford Prefect took him to the pub and revealed that he was an alien. Shortly after this, his native planet was destroyed to make way for a hyperspace bypass. Things got really confusing when he discovered a girl he once met at a party had absconded with a two-headed alien on a stolen spaceship. This was just a prelude to a string of very strange events, throughout which he would be utterly unable to get a cup of tea.

While many people aren't too fond of Arthur, only one could probably be said to hate him. This is Agrajag, a being whose very existence seems somehow bound to Arthur's - the poor sod keeps being accidentally killed by Arthur, only to be reincarnated, then killed again...repeatedly...throughout history...and it's happened so often that Agrajag now recalls his past lives and Arthur's part in their endings.

Ravenous Bugblatter Beast of Traal -- Daft as a hairbrush, the Ravenous Bugblatter Beast of Traal is arguably the most insanely idiotically dense creature in existence. It believes that if you can't see it, it can't see you. Therefore, if you are faced by the horrid (yes, horrid, in spite of its intelleigence, or lack of) Beast you should wrap your towel around your head (you do have one, don't you!?) to TEMPORARILY ward off the Beast's voracious apetite and furious... fury... sorry. Yes, temporarily. The Beast WILL eventually realise its mistake and find you. Also, for further confusion on the Beast's part, you may scratch your name somewhere. To that we will come. In vanity or for poor memory's sake, each Beast keeps a record of its killings and eatings. This list is usually in an ante-room from the main chamber, and therefore easily accessible. This list is easily accessible and defacable, to which we are, by degrees, coming. It is easily defacable by the many rocks strewn about the lair floor invariably favoured by Beasts of Traal. Which is terribly convenient, Traal being a very rocky planet. Whilst being concealed with in your towel, grab a handy rock and scratch your name into the list. The Beast will now think it has already eaten you, giving you more time to escape. Note that no one has actually PROVED this first-hand, and neither the Guide nor any of its researchers (especially myself) take any responsibility for injury sustained during the execution of the above tactics, and be warned you take this advice at your own risk for

Agrajag-Agrajag is a piteous creature that is continually reincarnated and subsequently killed unknowingly by Arthur Dent each time. Agrajag first appears in the series as a falling bowl of petunias. In another incarnation, he was a prehistoric rabbit who was killed by Arthur for breakfast and whose skin was fashioned into a pouch, which is then used to swat a fly who happened to be Agrajag. In yet another, he dies of a heart attack after seeing Arthur and Ford materialize in the midst of a cricket match at Lord's Cricket Ground while they (Arthur and Ford) were seated on a Chesterfield sofa.

Eventually, Agrajag becomes aware of his many past incarnations and wishes to take revenge on Arthur Dent. He diverts Arthur's teleportation to the Cathedral of Hate for revenge, but mistakenly does so before the death of one of his incarnations has actually happened, thus making the attempt logically impossible. Agrajag tries to kill Arthur anyway, and once again dies at Arthur's hands, but not before setting off the explosives intended to kill Arthur in a massive rockfall. Because of cause and effect and the laws of time and the universe (not to mention dramatic necessity), Arthur escapes the rockfall and goes on to witness the death of Agrajag that hadn't yet happened when he was diverted to the Cathedral of Hate.

Wonko the Sane --John Watson aka Wonko the Sane lives in California with his wife, Arcane Jill Watson, in a house called The Outside of the Asylum (which features interior features on its outside and exterior on its inside). When Wonko saw instructions on how to use a toothpick on a packet of toothpicks he became convinced that the world had gone crazy and so built the house as an asylum for it. Arthur and Fenchurch pay Wonko a visit and learn that like the both of them, he had also received a fishbowl from the dolphins (having been a marine biologist and close to them). He also claims to have seen angels with golden beards, green wings and Dr Scholl sandals, who drive little scooters, do a little coke and are very cool about a lot of things. Arthur and Fenchurch discover the truth behind this after they have seen God's Last Message to His Creation.

The Ruler of the Universe -- The Ruler of the Universe is a man living in a small shack on a world that can only be reached with the use of an Infinite Improbability Drive. He does not want to rule the universe and tries not to whenever possible, and therefore is by far the ideal candidate for the job. He has an odd, solipsistic view of reality: he lives alone with his cat, which he has named 'The Lord' even though he is not certain of its existence. He has a very dim view of the past, and he only believes in what he sees with his eyes and ears (and doesn't seem too certain of that, either): anything else is hearsay, so when executive-types visit to ask him what he thinks about certain matters, such as wars and the like, he tells them how he feels without considering consequences. As part of his refusal to accept that anything is true, or simply as another oddity, he even talked to his table for a week to see how it would react. He does sometimes admit that some things may be more likely than others – e.g. that he might like a glass of whiskey, which the visitors leave for him...

Oolon Colluphid -- Oolon Colluphid is the author of several books on religious and other philosophical topics. Colluphid's works include:
·Where God Went Wrong
·Some More of God's Greatest Mistakes
·Who Is This God Person Anyway?
·Well That About Wraps It Up for God
·Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Guilt But Have Been Too Ashamed To Find Out
·Everything You Never Wanted To Know About Sex But Have Been Forced To Find Out

Colluphid is also shown as the author of the book The Origins of the Universe in the first part of the Destiny of the Daleks serial of Doctor Who. The Doctor scoffs that he "got it wrong on the first line". (The reference was inserted by Douglas Adams, who was at the time working as the show's script editor.)

Max Quordlepleen -- Max Quordlepleen is an entertainer. He hosts the entertainment at the Restaurant at the End of the Universe and the Big Bang Burger Bar (which was known as the Big Bang Burger Chef in the radio series). His feelings about the Universe outside of his onstage persona are unclear, but his repeated witnessing of both its beginning and end must have a large effect on them to be sure.

Kwaltz -- Kwaltz is one of the Vogons on Vogsphere, directing Jeltz's Vogon Constructor Fleet during the demolition of Earth and enforcing the galaxy's bureaucracy.
 
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How to Leave the Planet

1. Phone NASA. Their phone number is (713)483-3111. Explain that it's very important that you get away as soon as possible.

2. If they do not cooperate, phone any friend you may have in the White House - (202)456-1414 - to have a word on your behalf with the guys at NASA.

3. If you don't have any friends in the White House, phone the Kremlin (ask the overseas operator for 0107-095-295-9051). They don't have any friends there either (at least, none to speak of), but they do seem to have a little influence, so you may as well try.

4. If that also fails, phone the Pope for guidance. His telephone number is 011-39-6-6982, and I gather his switchboard is infallible.

5. If all these attempts fail, flag down a passing flying saucer and explain that it's vitally important you get away before your phone bill arrives.

 
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Please PM me if you would like to play a particular role. Otherwise, character roles will be assigned randomly.

Use of pictures is encouraged.
 
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Player List According to Cassandra:
Denry
Esuh
Farren
Javal
kristiefix
Lardarse
MoonGoddess
Praisechick
RoyalFlush
Shugyosha
TheArchAngel
Xandryyte
yekrats

13 players are signed up.

To sign up for this game go to
http://www.thecassandraproject.org/jeremy/werewolf/game/1338...
 
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9 PM lynch + 24/24 cycle + Hitchhiker's Game to the Galaxy theme = Farren signing up right now.
 
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I'm in, as long as I don't have to start writing jokes in base 13...

EBG13, ba gur bgure unaq...
 
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I just signed up on Cassandra. I can't wait!!!
 
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Good golly people... my username has a lower case x!!
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Yes, must play!
 
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I guess I'll probably be given Marvin. It's not like I have much choice in the matter... (sigh) I'll probably just get voted out the first night, so it's a waste of my time even signing up, but I did so anyway. Oh well. It's slightly less annoying than doing nothing the last million and a half years, which I've been doing.
 
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Hmmm...

Well, I HAVE to play.
I'll make a request for Marvin or Eddie, if I may. An outside option of Jeltz.

If you get no applicants for Arthur, I'd be happy to take him on, but I'm probably not competent. I never know what's going on...

But I'm not fussed whatever role or none.
 
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Since Angel got Narrator, could I play either: Questular Rontok or Ravenous Bugblatter Beast of Traal??
 
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I'm in, I'm in! Yay!
I'm up for Ford Prefect, but I'll take any.
 
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I'll put in a request for Jeltz.
 
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Still looking for one more player ... and volunteers for the bolded roles. Thanks for the enthusiastic sign ups!
 
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Two principle dangers for this game:

1. I won't get anything else done while it is on.
2. I will be sued for copyright for quoting too much.
 
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Since when has Zaphod EVER worried about something as trivial as the law??

(Besides, I think if Douglas Adams was still with us in life, he'd get a serious kick out of this game! Hell, I'd mix him a PanGalactic Gargle Blaster ... or just hit him upside the head with a gold brick wrapped in a slice of lemon! ... if it were legal on Earth, that is!)
 
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Butterbane wrote:
Please PM me if you would like to play a particular role. Otherwise, character roles will be assigned randomly.

Use of pictures is encouraged.


Since I was bored today, here are some images you might want to use. Do not worry about bandwidth as these are on my personal site.


http://www.anjiri.com/smile/1arthur.jpg



http://www.anjiri.com/smile/1ford.jpg



http://www.anjiri.com/smile/1beast.jpg



http://www.anjiri.com/smile/1eddie.jpg



http://www.anjiri.com/smile/1humma.jpg



http://www.anjiri.com/smile/1marvin.jpg



http://www.anjiri.com/smile/1Pvogon.jpg



http://www.anjiri.com/smile/1Questular.jpg



http://www.anjiri.com/smile/1slart.jpg



http://www.anjiri.com/smile/1trill.jpg



http://www.anjiri.com/smile/1zaphod.jpg




If you find another image you'd rather use, let me know. And those that don't have a major role, give me an idea of what you might like for an avatar and I'll see what I can do.
 
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I'll take Arthur.

And I'd like Ford (Esuh) to reply to the question "Why three pints?"

- Lard "No, I haven't seen the film, but I've heard that it cannot compare to the radio play" arse
 
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Lardarse wrote:
I'll take Arthur.

And I'd like Ford (Esuh) to reply to the question "Why three pints?"

- Lard "No, I haven't seen the film, but I've heard that it cannot compare to the radio play" arse


It's okay, Arthur ... most of what you'll find here is from the book ... everything else can be found in the Guide.

Thanks for the pics, Ms. Narrator. Are you planning on sharging for those? Cause if you are, I will have to ammend the rules.

-Butter-looking to hitch a ride off this rock soon-bane
 
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HEY!

Of course it can't hold up to the radio version - everything else is a derivative of that.

The Mod gets kudos for acknowledging that along with the location of the 2nd hippest place in the universe.

Though even I'm not there all the time.
 
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Lardarse wrote:
I'll take Arthur.

And I'd like Ford (Esuh) to reply to the question "Why three pints?"

- Lard "No, I haven't seen the film, but I've heard that it cannot compare to the radio play" arse


Muscle relaxant. You'll need it.
 
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I hear Trillian needs a hug.

And I grew this extra arm just for you, baby. Six months but it was worth it.
 
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shugyosha wrote:
I hear Trillian needs a hug.

And I grew this extra arm just for you, baby. Six months but it was worth it.

[Trillian runs up to Zaphod to give him a nice long snuggle...]

Thanks Sweetie! You are the BEST!!
 
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