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Subject: Romeo and Juliet victory rss

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Mario Sacchi
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Hi,
I played the game yesterday (as the master) and we all enjoyed it, but we have a pair of doubts about Juliet:

-If Romeo is a wolf, how does he win?

-If both Romeo & Juliet and other villagers survive, who wins? All the villagers or only R&J?

Thanks a lot,
Mario
 
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Christian Zoli
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Hi Mario,

here the answers to your questions


-If Romeo is a wolf, how does he win?

From notes under Juliet Role:

- The presence of Juliet creates another End Game Condition: if the only players left in the game are Romeo and Juliet, the game end with their victory, regardless of any other condition.


Basically if Romeo is a wolf (or the Vampire!) the only way for them to win is to be the last two players remaining in play.
For sure not so easy, but those are among the most amusing games you will play ;)

-If both Romeo & Juliet and other villagers survive, who wins? All the villagers or only R&J?


In general, winning conditions are not intrinsically mutually exclusive, unless obvious from their text (for example Wherewolves and Village).
In this case both Romeo&Juliet AND the Village win the game.
The same is true for The Madman and some of the promos that have their own winning condition.


Hope to have been of help!


have a good game!!

Christian
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