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The goal is to win; but we play to have fun - Me <-- I said that.
The world is what we make of it. So why not make it a better place?
I'm just curious how useful these two roles are: Lab Technician and Inside Man.
If I understand the rules:
Deception: Undercover Allies Rules Page 2 wrote:
The use of the new Roles – Lab Technician and Inside Man – requires one change to the structure of play. A new phase (referred to as the Allies Phase) must occur between the end of step 2a - First Round of Evidence Collection and the beginning of step 2b - Second Round of Evidence Collection.
Shouldn't the Lab Technician and Inside Man know who is on their team? It seems to me that their abilities, remove a voting back and confirm a single card, are are limited since they are only used just once. Yet the rules say nothing about either the Lab Technician or Inside Man knowing who is on their team. So using this ability after the first round of discussion and using the abilities only once seems confusing. If the first round of clues isn't very revealing then both the Lab Technician and Inside Man are just blind guess with everyone else.
The rules does say for the Protective Detail to protect the witness.
Am I missing the strategy here?