Can't be bothered to write an introductory paragraph. Finally wanted to get this done. Reviews in order of Death: 19. Holy Fuck - Usain Bolt - Amelia - Freelancer - Lynched Day One Player: Got the unfortunate fate of being randpicked by Brain for his book-scheme, causing people to lynch him. Victim of not reading the rules and thus not having his vote count. Was stealth lynched by Earthworm for no apparent reason. Mekkah was gonna recruit him soon, as well. Role: This role was borderline broken, but nobody realized it and thought it was useless. It had the third highest priority in the game, only slower than the recruitments and Shade's Die Another Day, which basically made his kills unable to be hooked and/or protected. I guess the hint in the Role PM was too subtle. 15. Emergency & I - Tom Hagen - Kannon - Corleone Family - Lynched Day Two Player: Made a buffoon out of himself for being unable to spell, otherwise nothing of note. Victim of the Hobo Joe Incident. Role: Your standard inspector, nothing much to talk about here. Never got a single inspection result, Night Zero he hit Outlaw who was immune at the point, then he got handcuffed to Lesm and had to idle, then he was lynched: When he came back, he was killed the first night be could have inspected it. Major bad luck. 12. Disraeli Gears - Marty McFly - GTS - Freelancer - Killed Night Two Player: Claimed to Mekkah but Mekkah forgot about him, causing him to go to Gmax. Italians killed him because of voting behaviour pointing towards Batista. Role: Rip-off of evan's role from Super. Would have gotten a copy of all messages a player would have received that Night, i.e. inspection results, hooker/theft messages and the like. Probably had the coolest killing method, though! 44. Thriller - Lee Harvey Oswald - Thorns - Freelancer - Killed Night Two Player: Probably Thorns' best game so far, no real mistake as war as I know. Got randkilled by Outlaw because of Michael Jackson's rivalry with Prince. Role: Stole this from Apocaylpse, where it was greenpikachu's role. Gave this too Thorns because I figured he shouldn't be around too long to annoy and brag around in the end. 36. Rocket To Russia - Rocky Balboa - Bass - MI6 - Killed Night Two Player: I recalled this guy being a good player, must have confused him with someone else. Got namechecked by porygon3 and had previously claimed bodyguard to cookie, who apparently told this to both Gmax and Mekkah as a mean of being recruited. Told Gmax that he was being recruited by someone, not knowing he had his alias. Got killed by Gmax the night he was recruited by Mekkah. He also for some stupid reason neglected to protect himself and protected whoever Gmax told him to while being killed. Pretty bad stuff. Role: One of the better two Bodyguards, this one was able to protect himself. Bass didn't realize this, though. Even though it was specificly stated in the PM. 31. Oracular Spectacular - Pablo Escobar - Mr Escalator - M-26-7 - Killed Night Two Player: Claimed to both Gmax and Brain and gave them info about the Manifesto for some reason. Brain picked him up immediately while Gmax planend to abuse him to leech info. In the end, Brain for some reason didn't go for the Manifesto but Gmax did. Got randkilled by Mekkah. Role: We made this so the faction that recruits him would basically be dominating in the Item department and have the Manifesto and thus an advantage from the start. Unfortunately, Brain was not interested in the Manifesto and Esc died too early to be of use otherwise. He did enable the Castros to get three items out of the Junkyard instead of two, but that didn't matter in the end. 10. Crystal Castles - Obi-Wan Kenobi - billymills - Batista Regime - Lynched Day Three Player: Nothing of note here, was an early member of the Batistas that helped planning and stuff. Got lynched because everyone except Batista had casualies at that point. Was involved in Shiv's half-assed freelancer alliance, but never anything happened with that, anyway. From what I saw mills improved a lot from the fuckup he was before, though. Role: Straightforward Reverse-martyr, taken from one of Gohan's transformations in DBZ. 27. Mirage - Tony Montana - evan - M-26-7 - Killed Night Three Player: Gave his alias to Shiv on Night Zero and got recruited immediately, without even claiming a role. Was silenced by Mekkah and then threatened to obtain claims. Someone inspected him but it failed because he targeted himself. Was killed by MI6. Role: Safeguard with integrated Hooker. Evan could have used this role on the people they were killing to prevent bodyguarding or on their own to prevent inspection, hookings and the like. The little hooking twist was included as a mean to encourage using it on enemies, and so that they wouldn't use it on the same member of their team every night. 30. OK Computer - Blondie - blue_light - Batista Regime - Killed Night Three Player: Inspected by Fishin early in the game, but as MI6 already had the silencer they couldn't get him. Alias was given to Batista so that they could cooperate with MI6 through Godkills. Got killed by Castro on the Night he was going to perform his first one. Role: Standard Persuader, although we allowed this one to godkill in combination with a silencer, which was a very risky thing to do in the end. Wouldn't do this again.. 05. Aqualung - Don Diego de la Vega/Zorro - Raikage/Kannon - Corleone Family - Killed Night Three Player: The only user beside moi to be voluntarily recruited into the Corleone Family. Claimed to Avatar because of loyality, ended up being killed by the Batista because of the Hobo Joe Incident. There is not much to say here, didn't have the opportunity to do a lot and was busy at the time. Role: As I didn't include NPCs, this is my workaround so that resurrection was able to be included. I think it worked fairly well, but unfortunately the Hobo Joe Incident killed this guy off very fast. 28. Morrison Hotel - Jim Morrison - imperfectluck - Freelancer - Lynched Day Four Player: Contributed to most highlights of the first few days and nights. Easily the Freelancer MVP. Wrecked a lot of havoc with his alliance and confused people a great deal with his ingenious use of the Microphone. He gave this guy this role as we were aware he would definitely spice up the gameplay in the early stages, which was evidentally kind of boring. Unfortunately never gained anything from actions as he was lynched before he could be recruited. Role: My interpretation of a Rogue without NPCs, mostly inspired from Darmani from Zelda and B. A. Baracus from Fire Emblem. Mysterious Voice was an early item idea by Jackal and we decided to stick it on this guy because nobody would recruit a normal Rogue and it would ensure a lot of chaos if a dead Rogue went around manipulating shit with the voice. 43. The Queen Is Dead - James Bond - shade - MI6 - Killed Night Four Player: Was absent early in the game, Mekkah controlled his account for a couple of days. Forged a pretty neat false PM, Mr. Pink. Got inspected and killed by Castro relatively early. Role: Probably the strongest of the fourt wildcard starting roles, easily has the best of the four item and most likely the best of the roles, too. Unfortunately Mekkah decided not to use his role after long consideration, causing him and another Agent to die. Bad decision on his part there. Mekkah also contemplated using his announcement role for some funny stuff like claiming recruitments won't work for the next two nights. This could have been fun, but he died too early unfortunately. 49. Who's Next - Peter Venkman - Accent - MI6 - Killed Night Four Player: Claimed to Mekkah pretty early but for some reason Mekkah thought his PM was fake because he doubted two hookers would exist at that point in time. Tried recruiting anyway and succeeded. Got randkilled by Outlaw. Role: One of two standard hookers, there is not much to say about this one. 02. A Night at the Opera - Clarence Darrow - serenity - Neutral - Godkilled Day Five Player: Got tricked by Outlaw, who was claiming legitimate faction at the start, into giving the alias to be recruited. Was pretty shocked when she found out she got turned into a wolf. Was the unfortunate victim of a random silence/persuasion godkill. The persuasion was performed by Lesm, who used his power to obtain the dead blue_light's power. Role: This one was one of my earliest inventions and one of my favourites, as well. I figured a normal lynch bodyguard was too strong so i modified this one a bit, which arguably made him better than a normal one in the end as being imprisoned could have been a great help for Outlaw. I hoped Outlaw would recruit this one from the start and was glad he did, in the end. Too bad she was godkilled. Note that she was only able to protect Outlaw when he was not killing. 14. Electric Ladyland - Nostradamus - Brain - M-26-7 - Lynched Day Five Player: Very pleased with his ingenious use of his Role. After joining the Castro, pretty much took the faction over and did their public relations, many people were surprised he was not a faction leader in the end. Did a great deal of planning, but unfortunately got ruined by bad luck all along. People started to doubt the book ability because of bad coincidences from the start. Got hooked once and inspected twice on his short livespan, among others. Role: Easily everyone's favourite role this time around. As some of you may know, I invented the role Announcer and donated it to Shiv for the game Apocalypse Mafia. I intended to use to fool people into believing stuff, not as a mean of communication. Unfortunately, nobody was using it the way I envisoned it. So I added the yes/no asking to the role so that people would benefit from using it the way I wanted. Brain made very good use of this role and I was very pleased by his performance. Too bad there was a lot of bad luck involved. 50. Ziggy Stardust - Fidel Castro - Shiv - M-26-7 - Killed Night Five Player: Overall disappointed by his inactivity. Early game, claimed to be Freelancer to everyone but a select few people. Stumbled upon Brain who claimed Captain. In a pretty funny conversation they revealed to each other both had been lying, and Shiv obtained Brain's alias. evan gave his to him as well, making them easily the best team on Night Zero. As soon as Brain was on the boat, Shiv didn't do anything anymore though, Brain even had to send in his recruitment PMs every Night. Got namechecked by porygon3 which ultimately led to his demise by the hand of the Batista Regime. Role: Standard recruiter. I hoped too see a Castro vs MI6 standoff in the end, but this was not to happen. I invisioned this to be much a more political mafia, with alliances actually lasting to route out a common enemy. People didn't quite do this and just backstabbed each other all over the place. Oh well. 42. The Moon & Antarctica - Fulgencio Batista - Gmax - Batista Regime - Killed Night Five Player: This guy played very well, just as i expected. I intentionally made a "lesser" player leader because I was sure he would get the most claims, many people were afraid to talk to the other three because they thought they'd gave very high standards. Ended up getting the most claims of all and recruited a decent amount of claims. Was inspected by both Fishin and Eo, but he should have been immune to Eo's because of Flounders power, this was a fuck up on my part which ultimately led to his death by the hand of Castro. I made him leader without asking him beforehand, unlike every other of the leaders. He was pretty shocked. Role: Standard recruiter, too. Because of Mekkah's Macho Brace combo this guy was able to be hooked and prevented from recruiting once, but when they tried again, Flounder's power was used to prevent the hook and the theft. Way to go! 03. Aftermath - Jimmy Conway - Hobo_Joe - Corleone Family - Killed Night Five Player: Hah. The Hobo Joe Incident was mentioned quite a lot above, so I'll explain. Gmax told Joe that he was going to recruit him and got his alias. Earthworm gave this alias to AvatarST and pretended it was him and he wanted to be recruited. This made Avatar recruit Hobo Joe. Gmax pretended he was Avatar and his Forums were down and made Hobo Joe paste the whole Role PM thread to him. This is why the Italians just vengefully attacked the Batista or people they thought were Batista for most of the game. They only wanted revenge and considered themselves to have already lost. This and the fact that only lesser known players were left amongst them made the Italians win in the end as people underestimated them. One could argue that without the Incident, it would have been much harder to win. Killed by MI6 because of voting behaviour. Role: The highest priority thief with a voting restriction. I envisoned he would use this to vote some of his team mates to confuse people after he has died but there was no time for this to happen, everyone knew all the Italians by Day Two anyway. 39. Strawberry Jam - Michael Corleone - Avatar ST - Corleone Family - Lynched Day Six Player: Disappointed by this one, he was too inactive. Could have told me he was a busy guy and I'd have made someone else (Brain? Hip?) faction leader. He never gathered claims and just rand-targeted all game. After the Incident, he didn't even bother doing shit anymore and actively discouraged people like cookie from joining his faction and gave everyone his alias. Oh well. Got lynched because there was no target anyone else could agree on. Role: Standard recruiter. Nothing else to say here. 07. Blackfield - Major Boothroyd - Fishin - MI6 - Killed Night Six Player: Played as some kind of secondary recruiter for MI6, interrogating people and gathering info, but considerably less so than Mekkah. His timezone was not that good for MI6, as most of their members were European. Got killed by Outlaw after moi found him and gave him the alias. Role: Standard inspector here. I originally intended those inspectors to be two inspects in three nights, but forgot about it when writing role PMs and just left it that way then. Should have corrected this mistake, information was too ubiquitous. 34. Purple Rain - Friedrich Nietzsche - Outlaw - Neutral - Lynched Day Seven Player: People must have been surprised we chose Outlaw for wolf. We originally intended to use Lesm, but because of the Lesm is wolf gimmick this was too obvious. We both remembered Outlaw as a player with a lot of potential and who enjoyed hilarious gimmicks, so we made him the wolf in a last minute change. Played well when he recruited Rev, my favourite role for the wolf partner, early in the game. Got lynched because people discovered him by process of elimination and a role title inspect by Kinneas. He nearly got killed earlier by the Jackal Incident. The Jackal Incident was matamato sending in his kill PM to only Jackal and not me, so I did not see it. After a bit of drama we decided not to count the kill because really, either decision would have ensured a shit storm from one side and in my opinion letting him live was fairer. Role: This is basically a revamp of Dark Link from Zelda. Both Jackal and I were of the opinion Earthworm played rather bad as Dark Link because he never idled, so we gave this one a kill cycle that required him to idle at least once in three nights, and he usually did it more than that. Had an invisible ally in moi, whom he found shortly before he was lynched. 41. The Genius - Frank Serpico - moi - Neutral - Mysterious fate on Day Seven Player: moi played this one very slowly, he was not that aggressive and took his time. Recruited by Gmax on Night Zero, Italians slighly later and MI6 a lot later. thunda claims he played shit because he was not in all four factions by Night Three, but imo he played it just right because he had to hide and not be too prominent. If anyone was ever to discover he was a member of another faction by talking to a member, he would have been exposed immediately. Role: Probably the biggest controversy in this game. This role was needed for Outlaw to stand something resembling a chance, a point which many of you neglect. It was not that well thought out, though, as it put me as a host in awkward situations at time, especially with the MI6. Ended up completely manipulating the Italians at his time of death, was not that influential in other factions, though. MI6 thought he smelled fishy because his role was much better than any other Freelancer and he had a huge amount of flavour text, so they locked him out in a forum called The Mental Ward. He was going to be recruited by Brain as well, but because of a holiday trip or something he ended up not supplying his alias in time. Bad luck here too. Oh yeah, if he ever was going to inherit the leader power of a faction, people would be notified he is unable to do so, effectively exposing him. He was able to perform kills though, he had the potential of performing four kills in a single night !! 08. Blackwater Park - Ernesto Guevara - StrangerDanger - M-26-7 - Killed Night Seven Player: Was pretty inactive from what I can tell, played public relations man for a night or two until he died. Grabbed the Microphone from the junkyard but never used it. Told me he was trying to get involved more in mafia again, didn't see much of that. Role: Probably the worst of the four wildcards. Cigars were a hindering item that put his team at disadvantage from the start and his power required an extensive amount of prediction. Probably should have given him a better item and have the Cigars start on a Freelancer. These things ended up deciding the game though, so he kind of helped the Italians win through his existence. Got killed by the Batista Regime in an attempt to severely weaken the Castro by killing both him and 378, but nobody ended up obbeying. 33. Physical Graffiti - Jules Winnfield - supermarth64 - M-26-7 - Killed Night Seven Player: I let this guy in in a last minute change because he seemed enthusiastic and was hanging around in #havana all the time. Nothing of note here, really. He joined the Freelancer alliance of IPL, which was a kind of stupid move given the nature of his role. He ended up being double targeted by recruitments once before succesfully joining the Castros. Was killed by MI6 for the suitcase. Role: This was the single worst role in the game, no ability whatsoever. His item encouraged people to kill him. But the suitcase was the most important item in the game, so it needed to start somewhere. Sorry pal! 25. Maggot Brain - Vanilla Ice - jumpluff - MI6 - Killed Night Seven Player: jumpluff claimed hooker to Mekkah from the start which I thought was pretty risky, but it did pay off with an early recruitment. Forgot to send in a PM once and wanted to be subbed out for that, but I refused. Ended up being very helpful in Mekkah's Macho Brace plan. Killed supermarth64 for the suitcase, but was killed by Jimbo of the Movimiento in the very same night, so the suitcase ended up with him. Role: Standard Hooker, nothing of note here. Gave jumpluff Vanilla Ice because we share a passionate fandom of the song Ice Ice Baby. 18. Funeral - Peter Petrelli - LightWolf - Batista Regime - Lynched Day Eight Player: Lightwolf claimed to everyone he had a shit role that was not worth being recruited for most of the game, but then he decided to go to Gmax and reveal the truth. Gmax for some reason planned to not recruit him and abuse his explosive powers, which I thought was pretty dumb because this is an awesome role to have. After Gmax died, Earthworm officially took over the faction, but in reality it was run by Lightwolf. He read the ENTIRE logs of their channel from Night Zero until he joined them to understand properly what was going on. Was very enthusiastic about this game, it was sad seeing him being lynched that early. Role: One of my favourite roles, but boy this guy got unlucky. He was targeted a grand total of two times in the whole game, once by Frances the Mute to copy bodyguard power intentionally, and once by Eo making him gain Alliance Checker power and leading to his demise. It was pretty frustrating telling him "You weren't targeted" for the first five nights in a row, lol. 16. Frances The Mute - Oddjob - Toothache - Batista Regime - Lynched Day Nine Player: lol, legendary Frances. He was inspected by Batista on night zero and they just recruited him without any talk. He never ended up telling him who he was or talking to them, he just posted hilarious pictures all over their forum. Easily the most funny gimmick for me to observe, but it must have been pretty frustrating for the Batista. Unfortunately, this guy died because of a fuckup of mine as well, he was holding the Cigars as he was inspected, but I forgot this and gave the results to the Castro, which ended up having him die. This was bad on my side, I apologize. Role: The second good bg, with a posting restriction of not being able to post text. I chose to do this because Toothaches stupid posts got him randkilled night one in YCI and he usually complains for dying early, so I made sure he wouldn't this time be being able to protect himself. 21. Images and Words - Shaquille O'Neal - darkie - M-26-7 - Killed Night Nine Player: Jackal decided to make the rival twins some basketball players (only roles he chose) because I couldn't think of anything good. He gave them to darkie and Stallion, two notorious basketball fans. darkie was busy because of exams or something so he didn't end up doing a lot of shit. Was killed by Stallion so that he could gain his power. darkie would have gained the exact same one, fyi. Role: These guys don't do anything at all until one dies, at which point they gain the ability to stop a lynch early and decide who dies. This was the same role Twinrova had in Zelda mafia, only on a different Twin format. People expected them to be more powerful, but I think this was appropriate. 48. Virgin Killer - Faust - Lesm46 - MI6 - Killed Night Nine Player: lol. One of the most prominent aliases along with OK Computer, both were targeted like 3-4 times on Night Zero. Because of the controversial alias, everyone thought he was mafia and tried to lynch him repeatedly early in the game. Mekkah started to doubt this at some time and tried to pick him up but failed because of double recruitment. He tried again later, when it succeeded. He was killed by the Batista Regime a lot later, after being one of MI6 most useful tools in the midgame. Role: One of the strongest Freelancer for sure, this one was the second to last role we added. We promised Lesm a good role before the game started as we intended to make him Wolf at this time, so we gave him this one. I should have switched this one's alias with Lightwolf's. Lightwolf wanted to be targeted but never was, while Lesm was targeted like a million times when it didn't help him at all. Oh well! 40. Tarkus - John Rambo - twash - MI6 - Killed Night Nine Player: There is not a lot to say here, he claimed to Mekkah Night Zero and got recruited immediately and afterwards kept to his team mostly. He was useful in manipulating Kinneas for his team though, after the guy got subbed in twash was used as a mean of communication between him and the faction, until he finally got recruited. Killed by M-26-7 after having been inspected. Role: Standard Silencer, was able to godkill together with blue_light. Read his notes for further information. 13. Doolittle - Adrian Monk - porygon3 - Batista Regime - Lynched Day Ten Player: Had been a "fellow traveler" of the Regime for most of the early game, until he finally was recruited. Played pretty well and made little to no mistakes, Mekkah suspected him of being the wolf at one point because he couldn't figure out who he was allied with. Lynched after having been title checked by Kinneas. Voting behaviour made his alliance obvious. Role: Smogon Name Discoverer, nothing unusual here either. Helped finding out who Shiv was, causing him to be lynched. Got useless quite fast. I always wondered why he never checked Frances, though. 11. Deadwing - Han Solo - stoo the wooden man - M-26-7 - Killed Night Ten Player: Tricked Brain by modifiying his Role PM into a redirector one so he would be recruited fast. Worked reasonably well. After pretty much every Castro died, led them along with Jimbo. Actually believed Reinventing Axl Wolf. Deadtalked to 378 in the end, was disappointed by that but whatever, didn't end up mattering. Role: Actually, I retract my previous statement about Jules. This role is the worst of the game by far. I made it terrible by having to target a specific item name, I don't know what i was thinking. Could have been used as a pseudo thief effectively if he was just targeting people like normal roles. Yeah I fucked that one up, sorry. Ended up saving the oh-so-useful Microphone the Night StrangerDanger died. Was killed by MI6. What a waste, they thought he was Indiana Jones the thief by process of elimination. 29. Nevermind - Indiana Jones - moot - Batista Regime - Died in basketball accident Day Eleven Player: Got nearly subbed out for idling in the first two Nights, but after that got a bit more active. Stole the cigars from StrangerDanger and then was recruited and did nothing but obeying orders. Victim of the basketball move by Kobe Bryant. Had been looked for by the furious MI6 for ages as he stole all their shit, but for some reason was confused with Deadwing. Role: Slowest thief, but oh boy. Stole at least 5-6 items, I didn't keep track of items so i can't tell you but wow, definitely the most valuable role of the Batista Regime. 24. London Calling - Horatio Caine - thunda - MI6 - Killed Night Eleven Player: Hilariously false claimed to Mekkah and trolled him pretty much most of the early game until he got recruited. He and Mekkah planned a lot of fucking stuff an ended up being very succesful while doing so, unfortunately too succesful as everyone backstabbed them all over the place. One of the best and most enthusiastic players, as well. Was killed by Earthworm of the Batista Regime, which infuriated him pretty much. Role: The single most important role in the game, it was vital for victory. MI6 might as well have given up at the point he died. 45. To the Extreme - Hyman Roth - Earthworm - Batista Regime - Killed Night Eleven Player: Earthworm the idiot did a pretty poor job leading his team after Gmax died, LightWolf had to read ALL of the insect's logs to catch up and lead the team properly. He did a good job with the Hobo Joe situation, though. Was involved in the fake Freelancer alliance, which was pretty terrible. Also randomly stealth lynched Amelia which was amusing, made most people think he was mayor. I don't know why but he seemed a bit airheaded this game, I expected better. Role: Standard inspector, got some good stuff along the way, like Frances. Also found out that Lincoln was a neutral by a very late inspection. I resumed writing the postgame after about a months of pause here, so from the point on it's pretty likely i forgot about some stuff, sorry. 06. Bat Out of Hell - Borat Sagdiyew - Doomsday - MI6 - Killed Night Eleven Player: lol. Told Mekkah his role on n0 and expected to be recruited, but Mekkah accidentally had him kidnapped, stalling the whole deal for a great amount of time. For some reason I don't remember people thought this was Mekkah for some time, but it didn't make any sense because of the obvious posting restriction. Started lynches and pretended to be MI6 for most of the game while actually being a Freelancer. Was recruited as the very last Freelancer along with Kinneas late into the game, died soon thereafter. Role: Uterly useless, has idled every single night he was alive. I gave this to Doomsday because I knew he'd have fun with the restriction, which he evidently did. Contestant for the worst role in the game. 22. In Rock - Harry Callahan - Eo Something - M-26-7 - Killed Night Eleven Player: Outed Lesm46 as a Freelancer fairly early on, which caused the death of Amelia on Day One. Got added to the Freelancer Alliance by claiming to imperfectluck, then to Moviemiento, causing some others of the Freelancer Alliance to get recruited by Fidel as well. Alliance checked Lightwolf to cause the only role copy he ever did. Role: Standard alliance checker, pretty handy role although nothing extraordinary. People didn't think such a Freelacner would exist, causing them to think he was on a starting faction as true inspector for most of the game. 09. Crimson King - Abraham Lincoln - Captain Kirby - Neutral - Got revenge and succumbed to SARS Night Eleven Player: The Cap'n figured that his role is pretty good late game but sucks balls early so he didn't actually bother getting recruited and claimed to be on a faction. He di this so long that he turned into the last freelancer and thus also the neutral guy. He managed to infect everyone on the Night he'd have died through a good move, he had multiple people recruit him in one Night which caused a chain reaction of infections. Well played. Role (Early): That one was supposed to be some sort of joker role, one that was supposed to induce a little wtf moment if he was ever to e lynched, which unfortunately never happened. After being lynched, he would have been turned into a unkill- and unlynchable user (albeit with an exposed alias) for the following three cycles, after which he'd die. This could have been deadly late game, but alas, it didn't happen. He was inspected twice, once very early, causing him to lose all of his surprise effect (and his item, which was just a filler on him, Jackal didn't know where else to put it so we figured to give it to him as he didn't have a Nightrole anyway). Role (End): One of Jackal's contributions. I toyed with the idea of having two wolves, with the last freelancer turning into one, but Jackal thought that was too much with which I agreed in the end. We both don't like the useless or harmless neutrals, so he came up with this one, moderately harmful to everyone, not game disrupting, just in to cause some end game confusion and panic, which he did in the end. This role could have been literally everyone in the game as the last Freelancer alive would turn into it. It didn't take much skill to win, I'll agree to that, but I think it was a nice touch. You'd have to have had pretty bad luck being the only non recruited guy in the end anyway, so I think an "easy" win was justified. 01. 2112 - Léon - Da Letter El - Corleone Family - Lynched Day Twelve Player: El didn't really do much except tag along with Jedil and the "doomed" Italians, both were randomly recruit by Avatar during Night Zero after having previously claimed to Gmax. Role: We wanted to have two friendly twins and two evil twins. These were the friendly ones, they were basically a disjoined mayor that turned into a mayor after death. Nothing special, but the higher number of votes did make a difference in the end. I guess. 37. Roger the Engineer - Sir Miles Messervy - Mekkah - MI6 - Lynched Day Thirteen Player: As I am writing this (December 27th) I have already forgotten a lot of stuff Mekkah has done, so bear with me if this paragraph turns out to be shorter to be expected. He amassed a large pile of logs in very little amount of time early game, talking to basically everyone and, if I recall correctly, even fooling some to be freelancer early one. His log output really seemed machine-like to me, like, if I went to lay an egg for five minutes there'd be 12 new logs in their log thread. He also made up cool stuff like the Operation Jackal plan where they claimed Jackal was wolf and stuff like that. Their IRC channel was fun to attend since it was active and busy all the time and it had fun conversation regarding mafia and non mafia topics, good atmosphere,. Unfortunately his faction was focused on a lot by the enemy factions, causing him to lose, which seemed to be beyond his control, however. Only blunder he made was not using shades power in that one fateful Night, Role: Standard leader role, probably had the best starting team (and arguably also overall) team player wise. 04. Animals - The Batman - Jimbo - M-26-7 - Killed Night Thirteen Player: Jimbo didn't take no for an answer and claimed alias and role to no less than three factions, making sure to mention that the people he kidnaps die if he is killed. Kidnapped Doomsday during Night 1 on Mekkah's orders. He was recruited by Brain quite early, but was to be pushed around action-wise for a large portion of the earlygame until Mekkah ordered him to kidnap Brain. He responded by kidnapping thunda instead, and kept on kidnapping MI6 all the way to the end. Vote-wise, he got bothered all the time as well, especially since his vote worth was doubled with the Suitcase he held for a while. Ended up roadkilled by the last MI6 member, though. A fitting death. Role: A kidnapper that keeps people in his place for a set amount of time. A great asset for lategame, since it effectively hooks, silences and takes someone with you if you are killed. As mentioned before, he had a thing for kidnapping (future) MI6 agents. 47. Tubular Bells - Jack Dawkins - askaninjask - MI6 - Died of starvation Night Thirteen Player: One of the greatest misconceptions about Viva la Mafia is that cookie played in it. This is false; askaninjask subbed in for Carl at a very late point in the game. Carl got himself recruited into MI6 by mentioning to Mekkah that he knew a Freelancer bodyguard's alias (this being Bass), and proceeded to steal the Macho Brace from CaptKirby to use it for the Bracehook plan. Alas, he was blocked by Scaramanga after a second round of Bracehooking, then stole nothing useful for the rest of the game. Contracted SARS and was destined to die to it in the Batcave no matter what happened. Also, Carl misread the spreadsheet and reported that aamto had already been stolen from, which was in fact not true. This effectively saved the Cadillac for the Corleone Family. Role: Highest priority thief. Posting restriction was no problemo for any of the players involved. 20. Hotel California - Kobe Byrant - Stallion - Corleone Family - Killed Night Thirteen Player: The only man to claim to the MYSTERIOUS VOICE, which in friendly terms could be called risky. Ended up in the Freelancer alliance, which meant half the game knew what he was pretty quickly. When imperfectluck noticed he would die, he gave Jedil access to his subforum and blocked out everyone else, which made Stallion part of the extremely limited club of successfull Corleone recruits. Ended up killing his archrival darkie and giving the Batista Regime basketballphobia for the rest of their lives. Role: See darkie. 35. Revolver - Francisco Scaramanga - Flounder - Batista Regime - Killed Night Thirteen Player: Flounder was a man with a bad reputation of being a fuckup. The Batista Regime famously made a post in their role PM thread on N0 praying that the last man not be Flounder. Turns out Flounder didn't do too badly after all! He was involved in planning early on, and was active right until he died. He made himself useful and proved that he could actually go a whole game without fucking up, and redeemed himself slightly. Role: His role was the second best of the one-timers. It had the potential to cause a lot of roles to fail on the night it was used, and it would have succeeded on a grand scale if not for certain fuckups. As it was he made an already bad night for the MI6 even worse, by stopping an inspection, a hook, and most notably a theft of theirs which would have continued their brilliant Bracehook cycle. He should also have stopped an inspection and an alliance check performed by the Castros but nvm. 46. Toys in the Attic - Thomas Magnum - Kinneas - MI6 - Killed Night Thirteen Player: Kinneas subbed in for the idle SEO. Almost right after, twash and Mekkah set up some sort of school play that made it seem like Mekkah was a recruiter that was still considering recruiting twash and Kinneas (when twash had been recruited Night Zero). Due to his weak role, he was persuaded to contact IPL so that he could get himself added to the Freelancer alliance. This was a success, and MI6 obtained all the role PMs within. He subsequently voted with the team every time, though he clearly didn't really follow the game, causing him to be thoroughly confused when he was the last MI6 alive at the end. Role: Weak inv 26. Medulla - Gregory House - Andenken - Batista Regime - Killed Night Fifteen Player: Didn't do much at first, got inspected by Earthworm and then Name Checked by porygon3, after a quick phone call Earthworm confirmed things with him. The recruit on him failed initially thanks to the Brace Hook, still got recruited into the batista even after getting alliance checked while still being freelancer. Saved a life and made up the fake where if he dies the hospital that cures people from CK's disease get's closed. Role: The weakest Bodyguard being not able to self protect, but his target would discover if he was target by a killing role or not, situational but better than nothing. 17. Freak Out! - Al Neri - aamto - Corleone Family - Killed Night Fifteen Player: aamto wasn't very enthusiastic about the game because of the unfortunate Hobo Joe Incident, which is completely understandable. On top of that, the Jackal Incident made him lose all his faith in the existence of a God, so he just idled all game and randomly used his power late in the game, causing Earthworms protection to be pierced. After the italians suddenly were in the spot light again and had a fair chance of winning, his interest reappeared and he considered all possibilities with Jedil and planned, causing the team to win in the end. Role: One of the three wildcards. Very useful item, very situational role. For some reason noone took his item even though everyone knew he had it, they just assumed it was moved while it really wasn't. Jackal said this was the strongest of the wildcards but I think it was the second worst, after Guevara, who was clearly worse. It was put to decent use though as it helped take down E.T.I.. 32. Out of Time - Camilo Cienfuego - Mr 378 - M-27-6 - Lynched Day Sixteen Player: Mr 378 was an active player, who performed most, if not all of the Castro kills (I couldn't be fucked checking) and was instrumental in the lategame success of the Castros. He cleverly idled at the perfect moment, giving the Castros a 50-50 chance of walking away as victors of Viva La Mafia. Unfortunately, cyzir picked Jedil the Corleone, leaving 378's efforts unrewarded. Good job in the end nevertheless. Role: Standard inspector, found nothing too significant. Inspected things like CK's initial role, darkie the basketballer and Flounder the night his role was used. 23. Lights - Grigori Rasputin - cyzir visheen - Batista Regime - Lynched Day Seventeen Player: Cyzir Visheen's role was known to both the MI6 and Batista on Night 0. The first peson he told his role to was Fishin, who apparently outright rejected him. Gmax then approached him, and made a deal with him to recruit him on Night 6. Until then he was a fellow traveller of the Batista faction, using his ability as instructed by them. After LightWolf and Earthworm's deaths, he took on the mantle of leader, and was quite successful until the very end, doing a fair job of putting his faction in a winning position. It was not to be, as bad internet stopped him changing his night actions to ones that would have sealed victory for the Batista Regime. In the end he got to choose who won Viva La Mafia, and chose Jedil the Italian over 378 the Castro. Solid play overall. Role: A role that hadn't really been well thought out, and needed to be fleshed out some more. The Batista Regime intended to use it as a hooker by getting the PM sent minutes before the end of the day, but it was decided that this would be too broken, so I decided that his PM must be sent in before I left for school. This caused his action to fail once. This role came in handy once or twice. 38. Siamese Dream - Mathilda Lando and the Plant- Jedil/Da Letter El - Corleone Family - Victorious on Day Seventeen Player: The only constantly active Italian, led a vendetta against the Regime because of the Hobo Joe Incident. Somehow managed to be used by multiple factions as a tool at the same time, but never really firmly allying to any, which made him win in the end. People severely underestimated him because they thought he was stupid as fuck, which one could arguably debate for, but in the end, he seemed to be better than expected since he figured out what to do in the end. Unexpected victory by unexpected player, congratulations. Role: We wanted to have two friendly twins and two evil twins. These were the friendly ones, they were basically a disjoined mayor that turned into a mayor after death. Nothing special, but the higher number of votes did make a difference in the end. Also had the gimmick item Plant that didn't do anything. He never even gave it away, though.