I would propose the rules to say something likeEvery message posted in the game's topic must be in such a form that any player can reasonably be expected to fully understand its meaning without additional effort. Players are not to try to convey messages that it can be expected only some will become privy to. Exceptions apply to anything related to abilities Order and Investigate.
That would mean transparent text, any languages other than English, and text so small you can't read it with the naked eye, among other things, would be banned. That ensures no one attempts to share information with some while withholding it from others and thereby, in a way, circumvent the 'No Private Messages' rule.
Ultimately, it is up to next round's gamemaster to make the final decision on that.
dumytru wrote:Okay, here's an idea.
This is another special-role. It doesn't have any special-abilities, but as long as he's alive, the Detective will be able to send the results of his/her investigates to the civilians. The GM will post them at the phase change.
The thing is the Detective won't be able to do it every phase, but only once in three phases.
This means that 1/3 of the investigates will be made public.
This may make it too hard on the Spy side, and I'm not sure I agree with it myself, but it might turn out interesting.
I want to hear your opinion as well.
I'm not entirely sure we need a role to do that sort of thing. Of course, we can implement some sort of rule that will make Investigate results public regularly, but I don't really find myself in favour of that at this point. We definitely don't need another role to do that, though.
Togop wrote:Another thing I want to say is that it was fairly boring when at the end everyone knew for sure I was the informant and thus even if I said something it would be disregarded. I think we should try to avoid that somehow.
That is pretty much going to happen every time the Detective dies as long as the lists are as I've suggested it. In my opinion it is the only viable option to, on the one hand, have lists continue to be useful as well as, on the other hand, ensuring that allowing Civilians to share them doesn't break the game.
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