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CF Master Phalla Thread

ThanatosThanatos Registered User regular
edited May 2008 in Critical Failures
This is Critical Failures' Master Phalla thread. It's for signups, statistics, and general discussion of Phalla and its mechanics. Generally, there will be one main Phalla running (with up to two threads), as well as up to two smaller Phallas. Signups are required for the main game. No dead threads, and the game will be run in the same threads where the signups take place. This is going to be the system until we start having problems, at which point I will probably fix those problems in ways that no one will like, so play nice.

What is Phalla?

Phalla is the Penny-Arcade Forums' version of the party game Mafia.

The Basic Rules

The "village" consists of all players in the game. Included in the village is a small number of bad guys. Normally, the bad guys all know one another at the beginning of the game, but nobody else knows anything about anyone other than themselves.

Each day (normally 24-hour period) the village discusses and publically votes for one person to be executed that night. At the same time, the bad guys choose one person to kill each night and PM the name to the narrator.

The good side wins if all of the bad guys die. The bad side wins if the number of good guys is less than or equal to the number of bad guys (on the assumption that at that point, they control the vote plus get their kill, so it's inevitable).

Usually, there will be one or more "special" roles among the good guys (and occasionally among the bad guys). Exactly who holds each role is only known to that person, although how many of each role exist is most often known.

Each night, the narrator gives the details of who died, and normally whether they were a bad guy. Some games also include clues or outright statements if someone who died is a good special.

Standard Special Roles

Roles will have different names depending on the theme of the game. Listed below are the usual "generic" terms for each role. Normally, specials exercise their power by communicating with the narrator via PM.

Seer -- once per night can "investigate" a particular person and find out from the narrator if they are a bad guy. Variations of seers may be able to determine a good special as well, although they may be unable to distinguish them from a bad guy.

Vigilante -- once per night can kill a person of their choosing.

Guardian -- once per night can protect someone from any death other than execution by the village. Whether they can protect against multiple attacks on one person in the same night is up to the narrator.

Masons -- a group of good guys, usually of similar size to the group of bad guys, who start the game knowing each other, and that they are all good.

Common Variations

Many larger games contain multiple groups of bad guys working at cross-purposes.

At least one game has included a council elected every other night who are able to overturn the popular vote. Normally, this shifts the execution to the person who got the second-most votes.

The typical size for a group of bad guys is 3, although an individual game may have more, particularly if there is only one group of bad guys in a larger game.

Common "House" Rules

You may not communicate regarding the game with someone who is dead, unless there is some specific mechanic in place to do so. In that case, communication normally goes through the narrator.

You may not use any anonymous method of communication to discuss the game. Forum-based PMs, external IMs, and e-mails are allowed as long as the person you are talking to knows who you are.

You may not use screencaps to "prove" anything to anyone.

Normally, everyone gets a "flavor" role in the game. Bad guys and good specials usually get a normal "villager" role in addition to their special role. This keeps people from using their initial PM to verify someone else's role. The two most common ways to do this are to (a) use the exact same message to everyone, or (b) give everyone a unique villager role.

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  • FrosteeyFrosteey 1521-2945-8940Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Likely in your best interest to not click...
    Spoiler:
    I write entirely the hell too much.

    Summary-I was generally a fan of Eri's presence, and I can't win a damn game of Rock Paper Scissors.

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  • TehSpectreTehSpectre Ragamuffin Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    I switched my theme from Bioshock to SAW.

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  • SeriouslySeriously Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    That was a terrible decision.

    I say this merely to be informative.

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  • TehSpectreTehSpectre Ragamuffin Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Seriously wrote: »
    That was a terrible decision.

    I say this merely to be informative.
    If you can make a unique and playable game from the BioShock universe, go for it.

    It's not like I can send someone a PM saying "You are.....a Big Daddy! I don't really know why no one else has noticed you're in a giant suit of armor and have a drill hand, but sure enough, they can't tell!"

    SAW works out much better and I can at least make some unique gameplay elements.

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  • DevoutlyApatheticDevoutlyApathetic I've Done Worse Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    TehSpectre wrote: »
    If you can make a unique and playable game from the BioShock universe, go for it.

    It's not like I can send someone a PM saying "You are.....a Big Daddy! I don't really know why no one else has noticed you're in a giant suit of armor and have a drill hand, but sure enough, they can't tell!"

    SAW works out much better and I can at least make some unique gameplay elements.
    Hmm....Take DarkPrimus's currency system to bid on using plasmids, divide the village into Fontaine/Ryan factions that try and blow the hell out each other?

    Not exactly a Phalla though.

    Trogg wrote: »
    Not as positive as AIDS and cancer, but positive nonetheless.
  • SeriouslySeriously Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    TehSpectre wrote: »
    Seriously wrote: »
    That was a terrible decision.

    I say this merely to be informative.
    If you can make a unique and playable game from the BioShock universe, go for it.

    It's not like I can send someone a PM saying "You are.....a Big Daddy! I don't really know why no one else has noticed you're in a giant suit of armor and have a drill hand, but sure enough, they can't tell!"

    SAW works out much better and I can at least make some unique gameplay elements.

    Hey if I could make games I probably would have at this point. I just don't like SAW is all.

    Might try to organize a mini sometime though.

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  • DogDog Registered User, Administrator, Vanilla Staff admin
    edited November 2007
    i'm so stoked to run Belarus miniphalla.

    in soviet russia, everyone is winner!

  • GrundlterrorGrundlterror Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    I really want to switch to a venture bros phalla, I have a great idea on how to set it up.

    The mafia one I don't have a clue about except for a few unique mechanics (which haven't been tested at all yet).

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  • M.D.M.D. and then what happens? Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    If you sign up can you ask to be taken off later if you can't do it?

  • InfidelInfidel Heretic Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    The Phalla Police will come to your door if you don't honour your game commitments.

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  • cheezcheez Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Woo, I'm bored! Time to present my Phalla history and perspective.
    Spoiler:

    I love seeing all these various personal histories on the past games. We're getting some interesting Rashomon effects on some of them.

    Edit: Knew I was forgetting something. Added ElJeffe's.

  • MantorokMantorok Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    My next theme is (extremely tentatively) Trauma Center.

  • thorgotthorgot Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    1. Infidel (Death Note) - subbed in, died shortly thereafter.
    2. Ardor and MrBlarney (Phalla Royale) - Died the first day because of (1) Ardor's mistake, and (2) the fact that I was carrying dynamite, which I guess was a "KICK ME" sign with KILL instead of KICK.
    3. robothero/life3 (Ultimate Fighting Championship: Robot Edition) - THE SYNDICATE SHALL RISE AGAIN.
    4. Last Son (super-alliances) - I had a few extra votes, or something. I might have been in a group of masons, too; the vague role PM didn't make it clear.
    5. thorgot (Democratic File System) - :3
    6. PsychoLarry (Comic Book Style) - PL, as an act of revenge I suspect, made me a monster for the very first time. The superheroes were overpowered, but we put up a good fight. The neutral (?) group made things interesting.
    7. RBB and VH (Soviet Phalla) - Began my long political career. Attempted to root out the capitalists on the politiburo. Managed to not find any, because there were none elected. Oops!
    8. ElJeffe (Phalliad) - Killed very early by the spies.
    9. Visiblehowl (Kingdoms of Phallacia) - Damn it, Psycholarry.
    10. D&D: Cthulu - survived very long as a villager. I'm pretty sure everybody went mad. Great narrations. I still had a space in my name.
    11. D&D: McCarthyism - a sacrificial guardian, with Marx, protecting Aroduc. But this is not what we were told. So fun was had by neither the patriots nor the people they were protecting.
    12. D&D: Phallaponnesian War - Poor, crazy Dynagrip's game was interrupted by the great server outage. I was a guardian, of course.
    13. D&D: Artifact - I pretended to be a thrall in order to finish off one of the monster groups. And then Nerissa was jealous of my insane power (I was basically invincible), so she had me killed off.
    14. D&D: Cass (Castle) - Aroduc made the mistake of pretending to be a mason to me. When several people demanded I give up the name of this mason, and I reluctantly did so, they voted me off anyways instead of him. And then Choco, who "happened" to be the wraith, just "happened" to find the last monster.
    15. G&T: Romance of the Three Kingdoms - dominated the game with precisionk, who the gullible thought was my rival. Let me tell you, if there's something more fun than playing with precisionk, it's scheming with him. So many last second order and vote changes made this an easy win for our team.

    If you want a list to fill in:
    1. Infidel (Death Note) -
    2. Plutonium (A Song of Ice and Fire) -
    3. Squashua (PhalLOST) -
    4. Ardor and MrBlarney (Phalla Royale) -
    5. robothero/life3 (Ultimate Fighting Championship: Robot Edition) -
    6. Locus (Through The Greatwood) -
    7. Bliss101 (French Revolution) -
    8. Buzz Buzz (BANG!) -
    9. Last Son (super-alliances) -
    10. thorgot (Democratic File System) -
    11. FunkyWaltDogg (Space Station 13) -
    12. DarkPrimus (The Court of King Phallis) -
    13. precisionk (Insane Asylum) -
    14. Saburbia (Haunted House) -
    15. PsychoLarry (Comic Book Style) -
    16. Hylianbunny (The Zodiac Phalla Story) -
    17. Gnasty (The Kingdom of Phalla vol. 1: The Caves of Phalla) -
    18. EvilBadman (Phallanoia) (35-40) -
    19. CJ Iwakura (Vampire: Masquerade) -
    20. Rygar (Space Phalla) (50) -
    21. RBB and VH (Soviet Phalla) -
    22. ElJeffe (Phalliad) -
    23. Visiblehowl (Kingdoms of Phallacia) -

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  • ShamusShamus Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    1. Infidel (Death Note) - Killed Night 1, mostly because I was insulted nobody voted for me Night 1. The bad guys helped me with this problem.
    3. Squashua (PhalLOST) - Survived until the last night, converted Evil night 1. Had a blast with this game, mostly because it was fun debating with the Good side.
    4. Ardor and MrBlarney (Phalla Royale) - Gunned down jdarksun before got stabbed and choked.
    10. thorgot (Democratic File System) - Felt totally useless in this game, killed early on.
    11. FunkyWaltDogg (Space Station 13) - Security Officer, killed Night 4.
    13. precisionk (Insane Asylum) - Conjoined Twin Seer. Joined Ardor, B:L, Plutonium, a few others, in generally controlling shit and ensuring the bad guys won.
    14. Saburbia (Haunted House) - Poltergeist. Made the mistake of revealing I knew too much about the mechanics, killed by my rivla, DA.
    15. PsychoLarry (Comic Book Style) - Chucked into the sun for being endorsed by a naked Burt Reynolds.
    16. Hylianbunny (The Zodiac Phalla Story) - Goltana. Got myself and B:L killed for claiming to be the same role, probably cost Goltana the game, looking back.
    17. Gnasty (The Kingdom of Phalla vol. 1: The Caves of Phalla) - Had the Giant Magnet. Was also TehSpectre's anchor to the mortal world.
    18. EvilBadman (Phallanoia) (35-40) - Villager, killed first night in the zap fest.
    19. CJ Iwakura (Vampire: Masquerade) - Neutral Giovanni. Gave the Sabbat all the Camarilla's information. Killed by Kue-jin.
    21. RBB and VH (Soviet Phalla) - Capitalist pig.
    22. ElJeffe (Phalliad) - Killed by the vote towards the end, due to not being in the network.
    23. Visiblehowl (Kingdoms of Phallacia) - Killed for inactivity. Sword through the ass.
    24. Pokemon (Don't remember who ran it) - My first Phalla. I was an evil slowbro.

  • thorgotthorgot Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Shamus wrote: »
    24. Pokemon (Don't remember who ran it) - My first Phalla. I was an evil slowbro.

    Oh god, I remember that. That was one of the two games started near the beginning of oDaM's life, along with the first Death Note game. The Death Note game was incredibly unbalanced, but the pokemon game was pretty fun. Snooty Legendary Bird turned out to be evil, right?

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  • TehSpectreTehSpectre Ragamuffin Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    throgot wrote:
    Phallaponnesian War - Poor, crazy Dynagrip's game was interrupted by the great server outage. I was a guardian, of course.
    Ah, I think that was my first game. I was a vanilla, but I was the one who started a bandwagon on Titmouse a few days into the game. It was interrupted by the server outage, but I was correct and would have taken down my first badguy.

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  • RendRend Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Jeez, I want a giant history of phallas I've been in like you cool kids... :(

  • PsychoLarry1PsychoLarry1 Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Thorgot clearly hates me, as he blames all his failings on me.

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  • DevoutlyApatheticDevoutlyApathetic I've Done Worse Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    That totally screws me up PsychoLarry.

    Trogg wrote: »
    Not as positive as AIDS and cancer, but positive nonetheless.
  • ObbiObbi Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited November 2007
    somebody do another Robot Phalla

    and another Phalla Royale

    I'd host one of these if it weren't for the fact I want to play them.

    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
  • ArdorArdor Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Obbi wrote: »
    somebody do another Robot Phalla

    and another Phalla Royale

    I'd host one of these if it weren't for the fact I want to play them.

    MrBlarney, Plutonium and I are looking at December for for PR, the SE++ Island, but we'll have to check with Bogey again about availability to see if it'll even work.

  • DogDog Registered User, Administrator, Vanilla Staff admin
    edited November 2007
    I should rebalance the robot phalla and hire a legion of goons to vote tally and do narrations

  • B:LB:L Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    I'll Post A History Later On.

    Might Take Several Posts To Complete Though. D:

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  • M.D.M.D. and then what happens? Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    B:L wrote: »
    I'll Post A History Later On.

    Might Take Several Posts To Complete Though. D:

    What ale you doing, youl not clazy hele.

    Anyhow, before I sign up for a main phalla would it be wise to run a mini first so I get used to how to run a phalla?

  • ArdorArdor Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    B:L wrote: »
    I'll Post A History Later On.

    Might Take Several Posts To Complete Though. D:

    What ale you doing, youl not clazy hele.

    Anyhow, before I sign up for a main phalla would it be wise to run a mini first so I get used to how to run a phalla?

    A more popular idea, potentially more practical as well, is to co-host with someone or have someone co-host with you.

    I ran tests not to familiarize myself with hosting, but to make sure I didn't miss something obvious to make the game suck and be no fun for example.

  • Cold Salmon and HatredCold Salmon and Hatred __BANNED USERS regular
    edited November 2007
    thorgot wrote: »
    Moderator-approved rule: No practical joke games. If the game is unexpectedly unbalanced, that's one thing, but don't waste our time on purpose.

    I feel as if this is talking to me specifically

  • DogDog Registered User, Administrator, Vanilla Staff admin
    edited November 2007
    Maybe you should have read the rules before running your game then eh? :P

  • InfidelInfidel Heretic Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Blasphemy.

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  • cj iwakuracj iwakura The Rhythm Rogue Coral Springs, FLRegistered User regular
    edited November 2007
    To be fair, that rule was written before PhallAwesome, but at least now its presence is justified. :P

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  • Cold Salmon and HatredCold Salmon and Hatred __BANNED USERS regular
    edited November 2007
    Man I can't wait to run Resident Phalla now

  • ElkiElki hegemon globalSuper Moderator, Moderator, ClubPA mod
    edited November 2007
    Can anyone get me the link of that basic phalla balancer?

  • tuxkamentuxkamen Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    My history, mostly. In chronological order. Mostly.

    The Shades of Newham (D&D): I was a pretty darn accurate seer, pegging a vigilante and two cultists. Unfortunately, my co-seer an_alt was accurate but misinformed, and therefore a cultist was presented to him as innocent. Cyclopean hijinks ensued.

    Red Scare (D&D): I was a miller in this one. I tried to help the FBI by attempting to get in with the Commies and sell them out, but they didn't bite and I was arrested.

    New York (D&D): As an NYPD mole working under Don werehippy, my FBI counterpart Elendil and I tore through the good specials thanks to a slightly flawed villager plan. The seer (Dynagrip, of tard-homping fame) managed to get Elendil before falling to the Don's intelligence, and we somehow managed to shimmy and flim-flam our family into a position of wealth and power. TuxCo olive oil is sold in Jersey even today.

    Sicily (D&D): My first foray into narrations, helping Shinto by narrating the last few days. Turned a mini-Phalla into a maxi.

    Wait, that didn't sound right. Anyway, Mafia won this one too.

    Phallaponnesian (D&D): Died, unfortunately (the Phalla, not me). It was going well, too. I think I was a plain ol' village idiot, though.

    The Mole (D&D): Hoo boy. :) I was the Director Mole, with a one-time insta-kill. Unfortunately our team was not as coordinated as it could have been, and a couple of little mistakes on our parts probably cost us the ultimate victory. Also, boo on conversions. :)

    The Phalliad (oDaM): I got III'd.

    Soviet Phalla (oDaM): A villager Commie, I was first irritated at Eri's take-my-ball-and-go-home, then got alarmed at how much Jeffe was backing me up. By the time I laid out my theories, the game was more or less shot for us.

    Voyage to Phalla (oDaM): I think I was a plain ol'.

    V:tM Phalla (oDaM): I was a Brujah in this one. At first I sat on my can for a few days, then got proactive and more or less forced my way into Ardor's confidence. That + getting access to the results of Grundl's plan + Ardor's freaky deal skills = Camarilla victory.

    Caves of Phalla (oDaM): Poetry lead to my very, very, very quick death.

    Zodiac Phalla (oDaM): Let's see...I was a Goltana brother. I joined forces with my Larg brother, Ardor as Larg ninja, and Buzz Buzz as Larg Time Mage. I think Larg won eventually, so go me? Also threw in a narration for one night.

    Phallopolis (oDaM): Agents of B.L.A.S.T., assemble! Our trio of T's (Typhus, Threelemmings, and myself) helped gather the heroes (though, not quite all of them!) for a rousing victory. Also, we had a device.

    Les Miserables (D&D): Le miserable.

    Witch Trials (D&D): I was a child here, and didn't play very well at all, I must say. Village barely won.

    Ad Astra Per Phalla (D&D): My first hosted game. In paperback November 25th.

    SS13 (oDaM): Here I was in a 'family' team who lived just long enough to kill a couple of folks before all dying ourselves. We got utterly smoked.

    Heroes (SE++): Kind of funny. Working with Ardor, the first version was me as honey-voiced Mohinder (seer) and he as Sylar (nom nom nom). After the reset, I ended up working for Linderman and Ardor was Peter (anti-nom nom nom). We ended up winning by boom.

    DFS (oDaM): I was a virus (bad guy) in this, but my power was pretty terrible (a patriot--not the best role for a bad guy).

    Phallian Phalla (D&D): I was Ardor! Result: See sig. :)

    Legend of Phalla (D&D): I died early. It was a very low-key game, as I recall...

    Phalla Royale (oDaM): I died (twice, if you're in the know).

    Phalla Arcade (D&D): Here I was an alt, and did some detective work, but the good guys had this one well in hand.

    PhalLOST (oDaM): I guess I was a neutral female vote manipulator.

    Death Note (CF): YOU'RE A LOOSE CANNON, MACSPECTRE, AND ONE DAY YOU'RE GOING TO GET WHAT'S COMING TO YOU!


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  • B:LB:L Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Death Note -
    masaruhananakajimasd5.jpg WANCHU! B:L's very first Phalla and he's put on the dangerous Kira case! The great detective L and his two assistants are on the prowl for Kira and his successor. With possibly three investigations a day, there's no way Kira can escape! No guardians, no vigilantes, and the two main players L and Kira could make "announcements" in the narration. Unfortunately, B:L was bandwagoned early and placed in jail for "acting suspicious", but he was innocent (and the good specials thought so too)! Kira was captured some time after that, but he had a successor. Eventually though, he got too cocky, and on the final day, L revealed himself as rayofash and told Kira that his days were numbered, and confronted him in person. Kira's final act was to use his shinigami eyes to find L's true identity and to use the Death Note on him, but L merely laughed before dying. Because it wasn't the end for L. It was the end for Kira.

    Phalla of the Three Kingdoms -
    RISE OF THE DONG EMPIRE
    Being on the same team as Thorgot and PrecisionK, B:L caught on early that they were merely faking being rivals, using the age-old tactic of divide and conquer. Utilizing this knowledge, B:L assisted their plan by playing the role of "Jack Thompson", an ineffectual leader of the side decrying those two leaders. With quick work, the two masterminds narrowed down the last remaining enemy down to some obviously opposite player...and B:L. When the sword fell...they made the right choice.

    Zodiac Phalla -
    agriasoaksun1nu0.jpg I am the Goltana Knight.
    The famous last words before the Goltana allegiance fell, due to the actions of the shady Infidel and the traitorous Shamus. Before being revealed as the Goltana Knight, though, B:L was merely a humble chocobo, begging for greens. Ardor (who was later found to be the Larg Assassin) gave B:L some greens, and in return B:L declared his "true allegiance" of Goltana to Ardor. With Ardor quieting down right afterwards, it was clear that he was a member of Larg, and B:L could have used that to his advantage...had Ardor not fell in battle, unluckily. Eventually, B:L was forced to use the power of the Knight to defend Plutonium, an outed Lucavi, because the Goltana were stupidly exposing their network with a last minute "vote-out-B:L-and-kill-Plutonium" plan. Thinking fast, and knowing that the Larg knight has been "unproven" since they haven't blocked any attacks and that the Larg seer was dead, B:L immediately impersonated the Larg knight, sewing confusion in their ranks.
    And this...is where things went sour. During negotiations with the Goltana "leader", Infidel, he used very suspicious delay tactics ("What plan do you mean?") to stall talks with B:L. Right afterwards, Shamus came forth with his "reveal" that he was the TRUE Goltana Knight. Now fearing that Infidel had delayed B:L to allow Shamus to set up this plan, it seemed that the Goltana network has been compromised, and the Oracle was in danger. Ripping off the Larg emblem, B:L revealed the TRUE form of the Goltana Knight, and pleaded for the Oracle to listen. The Oracle, Last Son, tried to reach out to B:L through Lignisse, but the paranoid advisor of the Oracle kept the message to herself, and B:L never heard from the Oracle.
    And so on that turn, the Goltana Knight B:L, the Goltana traitor Shamus, and the Goltana Oracle Last Son fell, pinning the blame squarely on Infidel and Lignisse. Goltana never recovered, and the Largs finished off the Lucavi to seize victory.

    Phalla Royale 1 (Note: Occured after very first Phalla Royale run, which lasted 3 turns and everyone was grenaded) -
    studentn316my9.jpg DTA- Don't Trust Anybody.
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    Marooned on a desert isle with scared murderous children, that son-of-a-farmer-bitch B:L ain't taking no smack down, and that's the bottom line. Teamed with sensible partners, B:L took his bat and led the team to victory, convincing other teams to vote for certain people (easy due to people willing to vote for anyone not in their team) including diverting the majority vote from his team to the Lone Wolf, Last Son, who was revealed as immune to that death to those who were paying attention. Never mind that B:L never actually killed anyone as a pacifist, he was the lone survivor, and the first person to sign up for the next Phalla Royale...

    Ad Astra (ARK) Phalla -
    Glory to the PrecisionK Consortium!
    http://pkconsortium.proboards92.com/index.cgi?
    After our God-Emperor Captain was unceremoneously targetted by every special and their mother, B:L took the helm and tried to maintain the same sense of order that pk had. Which is to say, madness and chaos. Even though B:L was innocent, the guardian Gnasty had a nasty grudge with him and pushed for his death. B:L tried to decry that Grundlterror's group loyalty plan would only lead to their doom, but they did not listen. Well, one person listened, the PK Consortium traitor Squashua, who was the vigilante. In the end, that same group loyalty allowed the aliens to easily take the Ark and end humanity as we know it.

    Zoidphalla -
    WHOOP WHOOP WHOOP
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    As a member of the evil Zoidberg clones, he was Gringo Zoidberg. Attempts to assassinate the heavily self-guarded Ardor and Gnasty failed, and in a strict time-limit mini-zoidphalla, that was doom for the bad guys. They did manage to confuse the remaining villagers with false seerings at the end, but well, ONE good zoidberg survived so it was a loss. Well, a loss considered that all the survivors (all one of them) were exterminated right afterwards by Professor Farnsworth.

    Dungeons & Phagons -
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    As the nefarious Shadow Demon, B:L could impersonate any role he wished. Unfortunately, Gnasty came up with a plan that ensured immediate proof of innocence: she would reflect Hank's arrow into B:L. Knowing he had to act, he told Gnasty that he was Hank, and that he won't go through with that plan if it weren't directed elsewhere. Unfortunately for the bad guys, Lignisse outted herself as Venger in public, and Anaximander outted himself as Darion to Gnasty. Hence, Lignisse was voted off (not bad considering Shadow Demon B:L's secret win condition was to get Venger off'd) and Anax was targetted by the reflect of Hank's arrow.
    ...or that's how it would work, had the idiot Hank hylianBunny not shot Bobby Funkywaltdogg instead. To add insult to injury, the Dungeon Master Precisionk had seered B:L's Shadow Demon form as...Bobby. Yes. The dead one. Completely throwing off B:L's plans, B:L changed his tune and told Gnasty that he was Presto, and that he seered precisionk as Tiamat. He then told Precisionk to use his Tiamat killing power on hylianBunny, who B:L had thought was Tiamat or Hank (because only an idiot or a beginner (gleve) would make such a huge mistake), and if it was used on a regular person, both that person and the Dungeon Master would die.
    Anaximander knew he was going to get voted off, so he just sent in his kill order for gleve and disappeared forever, not giving B:L a chance to plan the attack. B:L's only hope was to survive and get the secondary vote onto someone that'll secure them victory...
    But Gnasty was paranoid and after a time, pointed out B:L as evil, hoping he would slip. He did, in "revealing" himself as Tiamat instead of as Dungeon Master, which could have possibly won them the game. He could have also won had he used his Bobby power on Hank, who if blocked could not shoot Anaximander, and by the rules since Anaximander did not vote, he will automatically die by the vote and trump the votes for B:L.
    It didn't quite work out that way, and the end game resulted in decades of interspecial lesbian sex.

    French Court Phalla -
    Le Chevalier D'Eon strikes! As a loyalist to the King, D'Eon (portrayed by B:L) was ready to find and gut the traitors. The guards and spies were easy to bribe, and D'Eon had a large wallet. Unfortunately, the dumb-as-a-rock loyalist jdarksun decided that it was a good idea to tie the vote, and thus D'Eon was wrongfully jailed. Ironically enough, the top bribe for that day was one gold piece above D'Eon's purse. Eventually the traitors were caught and hung.

    Space Phalla 13 -
    DWARF BOOOOMB! B:L, a regular 'ole station technician, noticed that after Emergency Protocol Alpha was announced, there was a hint from Robohobo that he was looking for others. Thinking fast, he offered to help Robohobo look for these engineers (and the one bio-whatever jdarksun who had already died) to set up EPA. That idiot hylianBunny and one other was brought on board, and it was then that the group realized EPA was a Dwarf Bomb, and that all three engineers had to agree to the list. Fearing the influence of traitors on that list, B:L asked them to be open to them about a test list he sent. It turns out robohobo was a traitor, and B:L would have found out through his defense of Ardor on that list, had that idiot hylianBunny and the other engineer actually listened to B:L and told him those thoughts. Eventually, the whole station was infected by stupidity and they were all brainwashed by Drez's loud empty shouting, despite urging from B:L that Drez was a traitor trying to shout his way to victory. But apparently DevoutlyApathetic and visiblehowl were standing too close to Drez, a little TOO close if you know what I mean, and they became deaf and dumb to the truth, helping the traitors vote B:L out and preventing a vital opportunity to link the seer and vigilante. Eventually their stupidity and the traitor's brilliance led to their Sailor Victory, commanded by precisionk. A strange note...before B:L was jettisoned out of the airlock, he had a vision with the name of almost all the traitors, and the shadow of an engineer...
    The Dwarf Bomb went off without a hitch, and death became more bliss than ignorance.

    Democratic File System Phalla -
    !target: Dethkok
    Having the skill of a guardian who can protect himself against his target's group, B:L was in a good position to ferry out any traitors. He played this brilliantly, remaining indiscreet while observing the targetting and reactions. Unfortunately, the good guys, led by Dethkok, Infidel, and Funkywaltdogg, had a brain virus and decided to vote out B:L because he wasn't acting B:L(suspicious) enough. The viral infection was eventually wiped out despite this setback.

    Aes Sedai Phalla -
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    Part of the Green Aes Sedai, B:L kept an eye out for suspicious and/or idiotic behavior. One such idiotic behavior was a special, Tossrocks, outing himself as a special, despite B:L warning against such an action due to unforseeable consequences. Drez was especially vocal for the death of B:L, literally foaming at the mouth with the veins on his face on the verge of bursting. Tossrocks, with the power to save B:L, decided that B:L was not of worth. Unfortunately, B:L's words were worth more than previously thought, as Tossrocks fell victim to the exact consequence that B:L warned of. Fortunately, 'Athan' was no Athan and the Aes Sedai were triumphant.

    Pet Shop Phalla -
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    With the power of the Hypnotoad, B:L could cancel any power in the game. With hawk-like precision, he targetted Drez the pirahnna and stopped his killing power. Unfortunately, B:L's power was striped that same night by the nefarious weasel. Noticing that the seer outted himself, he worked with the seer to target the last hidden evil pet. Unfortunately again, there were no guardians left and the seer and B:L were eaten.
    At the final moment, that idiot pet hylianBunny caught rabies and decided to help the evil pets, resulting in the complete and utter destruction of the pet store.

    Phallapolis -
    In The Name Of The Moon...
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    ...I Shall Punish You!

    http://freedomcoa.proboards76.com/index.cgi
    A City Of Heroes against the Confederation of Evil. B:L was merely a pawn in this chess game of superpowers. But he played his part, as he was recruited by the Freedom Coalition to infiltrate the Evil ranks. Unfortunately...his contact gave him faulty intel ("Confederacy" instead of "Confederation", which raised alarms), resulting in the Yokester Precisionk putting out cigarette butts in B:L's corpse. Eventually the Heroes triumped over the Evils, including the neutral faction of Gabriel jdarksun Gates, who the Heroes had used and manipulated all along.

    Heroes -
    noahor3.jpg I'm here to help.
    As Noah Bennet, B:L led the Company to victory. That is, had Company Man Kovakistan not revealed his role and everyone on the Company team to the public on the first hour of the first day of the game.
    One quick restart later...
    As Noah Bennet, B:L led the Company to victory. That is, had Peter Ardor Petrelli not turned traitorous and sided with the Precisionk Linderman Group and Sylar, who all wanted to SET OFF THE BOMB. The Company's goal was to either capture nine powered individuals, or stop the bomb. Bennet's goal was to protect his daughter Claire SaraLynn Bennet at all costs.
    Acting early, Bennet managed to capture Dr. Suresh and tie him up in the basement for Claire's birthday surprise. Unfortunately, that idiot hylianBunny wrote Meredith (Claire's real mother) as a one-way family with Claire, and that managed to get Meredith voted out.
    The Company eventually managed to capture Drezlar (after Ardor Petrelli and Drezlar couldn't be captured on the second day), but Ted was still running rampant. Ardor Petrelli kept using the network against the Company while keeping his own network in the dark, allowing the Lindermans free reign to set up the bomb.
    Drezlar eventually escaped, and a gravely injured Noah:Bennet tried to find help. He found Ardor Petrelli, and his warnings about the bomb were silenced by a single pistol shot.
    Without their head, the Company fell apart, with Company man Jester even going so far to try and capture Claire, despite the Company already knowing that Claire couldn't be captured unless targetted twice, and Drezlar acts first and was already equipped with the Haitian's power.
    Ardor Petrelli and the Lindermans did what they set out to do. Ted was "voted out" by Ardor's plan, and Drezlar easily ate the subdued Ted.
    BOOM.

    Phallacian Complex -
    How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Stop The Bomb
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    A comedy of errors phalla. One of the task force members assigned to stop the bomb tests, B:L did stuff. The opposing anti-bomb side did stuff. Hilarity ensued, but in the end...
    BOOM.


    More BOOMS to come!

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  • thorgotthorgot Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    My goodness.

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    Damn it, B:L.

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  • GrundlterrorGrundlterror Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    B:L you always go fuck everything up don't you, Goltana knight?

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  • MantorokMantorok Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    You seem to have a recurring theme in yours, B:L.

    :(

  • ShamusShamus Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    I hold that I was supposed to be the Goltana Knight. My PM just got lost in the mail and B:L got it instead.

  • Cold Salmon and HatredCold Salmon and Hatred __BANNED USERS regular
    edited November 2007
    I was the Goltana Knight

    I am B:L

    Also Lady Eri

  • FrosteeyFrosteey 1521-2945-8940Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Is the week of Thanksgiving really a good time to be starting a new game?

    I think I'll need to wait/step back a slot.

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  • ArdorArdor Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    We could take a break from main games starting up and just let the mini-games continue.

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