The Rules to this Game (Move your mouse to reveal the content) The Rules to this Game (open) The Rules to this Game (close) Explanation for the mechanics in this game. You MUST read this. (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Explanation for the mechanics in this game. You MUST read this. (open) Explanation for the mechanics in this game. You MUST read this. (close) This game will have HP. You are considered dead once your HP is entirely depleted. Lynches have been replaced with a different form of action. Votes instead are labeled “attack”. Each role has a certain Attack Power. This Attack Power can be increased or decreased. These occur only during the day. If during a lynch the amount of attack causes you to reach zero HP, you will be killed. However, if a second person loses all health, the person who has the most attack points targeted on them will be lynched and the other will have their HP dropped (or maybe raised) to 3. If 3 people all lose health, the third person will be lynched have his HP dropped (or maybe raised) to 3, and so on. Use this http://www.gamefaqs.com/ds/924897-final-fantasy-iii/faqs/45823 as a guide to what roles are in the game (this link has the flavor to the beginning text of each role), or use this to see the actual roles http://www.ffcompendium.com/h/jobs/ff3.shtml . Remember, there might be multiples of a certain role. There are two types of items: weapons and support. Weapon: Weapon items tend to be rather stronger than their support counterparts. They usually have an infinite number of uses. However, due to such power, only a maximum of two of these items can be held per player. Support: Support items are usually single use items that have limited abilities. This ranges from healing to various flavor effects. Any number of these types of items can be held. Use this link: http://www.gamefaqs.com/ds/924897-final-fantasy-iii/faqs/45997 in order to understand what items may be in the game. To understand the story behind this game, you may look at this link also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Final_Fantasy_3 Once you have reached 0 HP, you are considered dead. You may not go lower than 0, unless you are the target of overkill in a Day’s attack. Some abilities come with a label at the end that goes a little something like this: “However, you lose X HP when casting this spell”. This means that the ability is “Magic”. If any roles prevent, boost, or otherwise affect the effects of magic are labeled saying that they prevent, boost, or otherwise affect the effects of magic, that means that they only pertain to abilities that end with the above label. If your role enables you to cast magic, you may only cast magic if you have the sufficient amount of HP in order to cast that spell, otherwise you will automatically fail at casting the spell. You may still cast a spell, even if it means that you will reach 0 HP.