Sided with mafia or 3rd party?
Do we want to classify the Traitor as a third party role? There's no possible way for him to get the win on his own, which, in my opinion, is a, if not the, paramount qualification in a third party. --RedCoyote 22:21, 22 August 2008 (UTC)
Actually i think a traitor is just a Godfather who can't participate in mafia meeting :)
so i think it is a type of mafia...
um...what do u guys think? --facebook 22:24, 22 August 2008 (UTC)
Can be killed by mafia, so it's third party. I count it as half town/half scum in mylo/lylo calculations, since mafia has to win outright, and mafia can kill the traitor. --Grace 01:18, 24 August 2008 (UTC)
actually can silencer be killed by mafia too?--甘いfacebook 19:03, 26 August 2008 (UTC)
Silencer isn't in the maf's kill list, so they can't be killed. But silencer can silence their maf-buddies. Kyraeu 06:15, 1 September 2008 (UTC)
Hmmmm... well, I don't know, I don't like the condition that "if it can be killed by mafia/village, then it cannot be sided with mafia/village", because Vigilantes, Bombs, and Granny(ies) can kill fellow town-sided roles, and, as Kyra mentioned, Silencers can silence mafia. Also, if you want to get really technical, mafia can technically kill fellow mafia if there is a Yakuza present, so that's another stipulation to the condition. Frankly I think the only way to truly classify a third party role is if it may win without any other player and/or party winning. I'll mention this to redacted. -- RC (I'm on a different computer)
Needs strategy. --Grace 01:18, 24 August 2008 (UTC)
Example rogue town setup
Setup 3648 is linked as an example of a rogue town setup, but the setup no longer exists. Another one should be linked.