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Unique Classes

Class Name
Faction
Type
King Random Special
Hunter Blue Dragon Killer
Prince Blue Dragon Killer
Assassin Unseen Killer
Mastermind Unseen Special
Poacher Unseen Offensive
Inquisitior Neutral Investigative
Possessor Neutral Killer
Reaper Neutral Killer
Scorned Neutral Social
Sorcerer Neutral Killer
Cult Leader Cult Special

Remember that even if a class is not Unique, there is a limit of at most two people of each class at the start of the game.

Scum Reading

People who ask the King whether to execute or pardon are often scum trying to deflect responsibility to His Majesty and gain His favor at the same time.

Refusing to vote up an evil is often a better indicator of guilt than whether they ultimately voted to execute, pardon or abstain.

Someone who was previously leading the investigation but becomes suddenly quiet is likely converted.

"Meta" (IRL) excuses are usually low-attempt lies. For example, "Sorry I didn't post my logs because I had a phone call."

Fake-Claiming Alchemist or Physician

Consider publicly claiming that someone unsuccessfully attempted to poison or bleed you, in order to bolster your credibility. This is because real healers (Alchemists and Physicians) are immune to such effects, and the evil faction cannot target one of their own with poison and bleed.

What to claim when playing against The Princess

When dealing with The Princess, you'll want to claim a class that is of the same type that you are. You should avoid claiming a Unique class, as if there is really one, you will be known to be a fake. If you're converted and it's convenient for you, you can continue to claim the class you were before you were converted.

The types that a Princess can find you to be are:

Support/Social

The following claims are suitable for Alchemists, Mercenaries, Apostles, Illusionists and Ritualists. (Classes in italics are neutral, and may prove to be a weaker claim if you aren't that class)

Special/Investigative

The following claims are suitable for The Mastermind, The Cult Leader & Seekers.

Killer/Offensive

The following claims are suitable for The Assassin, Invokers, The Possessor, The Reaper and The Sorcerer.

Type Change When Converted

  • Knight: Becomes Support/Social group once converted.
  • Physician: Becomes Killer/Offensive group once converted

When playing as one of these classes, it is important to choose a different class to claim as, so that a Princess doesn't find out you are converted.

Spoony created the original post this claim guide is based off of.

Additionally, these are the results that The Princess receives when using Flirt.

Target's Class Type Notification
Killer <target> is a Killer or an Offensive class.
Offensive <target> is a Killer or an Offensive class.
Investigative <target> is a Special or an Investigative class.
Special <target> is a Special or an Investigative class.
Social <target> is a Support or a Social class.
Support <target> is a Support or a Social class.

Negative effects prevented by The Court Wizard's Magical Barrier

The Court Wizard's Magical Barrier ability can block the following negative effects:

Classes who appear as Magic Users to The Inquisitor

Troll Box Strategies

The Troll Box is an ability both The Scorned and The Fool have which allows you to make another player appear to say something of your choice. They will not know they said it. The following are some strategies for using the Troll Box.

Meta Troll Box

A "Meta" Troll Box is a use of the Troll Box ability to make someone appear to say something about Troll Box itself.  For example, The Scorned might Troll Box one of their targets at the end of the day into saying, "Bleeding, please heal", and the next morning again into saying, "I was trollboxed, I wasn't bleeding."  Since one cannot actually see their own trollboxes, the target will seem as if they were lying in both instances.

Fake Troll Box

A "Fake" Troll Box is something said by a player intended to appear as if it were a Troll Box.  For example, a member of The Cult put on trial after being investigated by a Paladin might inject an out-of-place admission of guilt in the middle of their actual defense, with the aim of convincing the court that they are a target of a Scorned.  To illustrate:

  • Cult Leader: "I am a physician, I healed 9 last night!"
  • Cult Leader: "I'm guilty just exe me I don't care anymore"
  • Cult Leader: "If you execute me, you will lose the only healer you have left."

The middle line appears to be an actual use of Troll Box, painting the accused as an innocent victim.  This strategy is most effective if the fake trollbox line is prewritten and copied beforehand then pasted immediately after another line has been posted.

You can frame someone as Scorned after the execution of a Blue Dragon member by saying something like, "Hi, I'm 5. I'm Scorned. That was one of my targets. Thanks for the win!", just as the day ends, so they don't have a chance to respond.

Players' Vocabulary

Word Meaning
BD Blue Dragon
Neut(s) Neutral
NK Neutral Killer (The Reaper, The Possessor, The Sorcerer)
CC Counter Claim
CS Cold Steel
NS Not Suspicious
Poss'd Possessed
Tb'd Trollboxed
Conv Convert
Conv'd Converted
Exe Execute
Occ'd Occupied
Alch or Alche Alchemist
CW Court Wizard
CL Cult Leader
Duch Duchess
Inq Inquisitor
MM Mastermind
Merc Mercenary
Mys Mystic
Obs Observer
Pala/Pally Paladin
Phys Physician
Poss Possessor
Sorc Sorcerer
Reaper Check The act of getting each player to speak to see if anyone was killed by The Reaper, typically by getting each player to type something in chat to confirm their active status in the game.
Debauch'd/DB The Drunk's ability Debauchery
Party The Butler's ability Concentrated Wine
Wolf The Hunter's ability Wolf Companion
Bear The Hunter's ability Bear Companion
Peek The Observer's ability Window Peek
Link The Mystic's ability Link Minds
Frame(d) The Fool/The Scorned's abilities Deceive and Frame
Chilled The Reaper's ability Icy Touch
Logs Refers to the player's Logbook.
HH The Drunk's ability Happy Hour

Immunity

Tip: Mouse over anything in green to find out more information about it.

Class Death Immunity Occupy Immunity Bleed/Poison Immunity Convert Immunity
King

Conditional

Always

None

Always

Butler None

Always

None None
Court Wizard None None None None
Drunk Conditional Always None Conditional
Hunter

Conditional

Always

None

Conditional

Knight None None None None
Mystic None None None None
Noble None None None None
Observer None None None None
Paladin None None None None
Physician None None

Always

None
Prince None

Always

None

Always

Princess None None None None
Sheriff None None None None
Alcoholic Conditional Always None

N/A

Aristocrat None None None

N/A

Assassin None

Conditional

None

N/A

Duchess None None None

N/A

Enforcer None None None

N/A

Herbalist None None

Always

N/A

Illusionist None None None

N/A

Marshal None None None

N/A

Mastermind

Always

Always

None

N/A

Nightwatch None None None

N/A

Poacher None

Always

None

N/A

Sage None None None

N/A

Servant None

Always

None

N/A

Apostle None None None

N/A

Cult Leader None None None

N/A

Invoker None

Always

None

N/A

Ritualist None None None

N/A

Seeker None None None

N/A

Alchemist

Conditional

None

Always

Always

Fool Conditional

Always

None

Always

Inquisitor

Conditional

None None

Always

Mercenary

Conditional

None None Always
Possessor

Always

Always

None

Always

Psycho King

Always

Always

None

Always

Reaper

Conditional

None None

Always

Scorned

Always

Always

None

Always

Sorcerer

Always

Always

Always

Always