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When players vote to exile someone; the one thing I'm not sure about is does the person exiled show their card (betrayal or none) or do they take the exile card and keep it secret and now they have a different objective + follow those certain exile-rules?

 
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I should say yes, because if he/she doesn't, you can't do this: "Important note: If at any time during the game there are 2 exiled players and neither had a betrayal secret objective, morale immediately drops to 0."
If they don't show there cards you can't see if they are betrayers or not.
 
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It tells you exactly what to do on the Exiled objective card. The exiled player just draws one and does exactly as it says.
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howdiebelg wrote:
I should say yes, because if he/she doesn't, you can't do this: "Important note: If at any time during the game there are 2 exiled players and neither had a betrayal secret objective, morale immediately drops to 0."
If they don't show there cards you can't see if they are betrayers or not.
The card always says:

If you are not a traitor, show everyone your previous objective card.
These are now irrelevant for you and you get a completely new objective.

If you are a traitor, do NOT show everyone your previous objective card.
Only the part about "morale = 0" of that card is exchanged for something new and the rest is still part of your objectives.
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chrisdk wrote:
howdiebelg wrote:
I should say yes, because if he/she doesn't, you can't do this: "Important note: If at any time during the game there are 2 exiled players and neither had a betrayal secret objective, morale immediately drops to 0."
If they don't show there cards you can't see if they are betrayers or not.
The card always says:

If you are not a traitor, show everyone your previous objective card.
These are now irrelevant for you and you get a completely new objective.

If you are a traitor, do NOT show everyone your previous objective card.
Only the part about "morale = 0" of that card is exchanged for something new and the rest is still part of your objectives.
That part what confuses me with some Exile cards. So, we have to trust the player drawing the card to do as said? I didn't read all exile cards but is it true that every time the non-traitor shows their card (objective) and the traitor always hides his previous objective card?
 
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Raven13 wrote:
chrisdk wrote:
howdiebelg wrote:
I should say yes, because if he/she doesn't, you can't do this: "Important note: If at any time during the game there are 2 exiled players and neither had a betrayal secret objective, morale immediately drops to 0."
If they don't show there cards you can't see if they are betrayers or not.
The card always says:

If you are not a traitor, show everyone your previous objective card.
These are now irrelevant for you and you get a completely new objective.

If you are a traitor, do NOT show everyone your previous objective card.
Only the part about "morale = 0" of that card is exchanged for something new and the rest is still part of your objectives.
That part what confuses me with some Exile cards. So, we have to trust the player drawing the card to do as said? I didn't read all exile cards but is it true that every time the non-traitor shows their card (objective) and the traitor always hides his previous objective card?
That instruction is the same for all exile cards.
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I'm not sure what you mean by "have to trust" the player that was exiled. To do anything other than what's on the card would be cheating and they couldn't win. And it would be very obvious at the end of the game if the player claimed a win and showed an objective card that didn't match what he was supposed to do.
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Raven13 wrote:
That part what confuses me with some Exile cards. So, we have to trust the player drawing the card to do as said? I didn't read all exile cards but is it true that every time the non-traitor shows their card (objective) and the traitor always hides his previous objective card?
I actually do not understand this part of your comment. aside from the fact that this is a (semi) confrontational game, in theory all the players at the table are friends and are going to follow the printed rules, after all, it's just a game. and if, at the end, the card is not what they indicated, well...
 
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Maybe he meant that they always help each other with the rules and there's no way to ensure that someone actually follows that rule if they have to keep the card secret. Like at the end of the game he announces that he won, and then the other players look at the card and say, "No, sorry. You didn't read it properly." And then he says, "Shoot, you're right. I wish I didn't have to be trusted to read it on my own."
 
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