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== 3d3: A newbie setup proposal by Cabd and Penguin_Alien ==
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== 3d3: A Newbie Setup as inspired by Cabd, and designed by the [[Newbie Discussion Group]] ==
  
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{{Setups
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|Title=3d3
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|Setup Size=Micro
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|Players=9
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|Designer=Cabd
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|Designer2=Newbie Discussion Group
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|Designer3=
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|type=Micro Open
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|type2=Semi-Open
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|type3=
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|type4=
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|type5=
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|type6=
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|Notes=}}
  
The setup is generated with three rolls of a d3, and then vanilla townies and goons fill in the rest of the slots to 9 players; for a total of 12 potential combinations.  Each of the dice are rolled independently but simultaneously.  Scum always have day talk.
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'''3d3''' is the current proposed [[Newbie Setup]], intended to address flaws found in the prior setup. The preceding Newbie Setup was [[Matrix6]], but the setup contained a breaking claim strategy and the potential for major role-related apathy, and was thus phased out.  
  
Scum will always get the bolded of the three on their die, and the other two are offered as safe-claims to them. Town is randomly assigned one of the other two from each of their two die.
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===Setup name===
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The name of the setup is derived from the way the setup can be generated, with the roll of 3 3-sided dice. 3 remains a core theme of the game, with the earliest possible game ending being day 3, and there being on average 3 power roles in the game.
  
Die One:
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===Setup===
Tracker
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{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center"
'''Roleblocker'''
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|-
Doctor
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! !!Die 1!!Die 2!!Die 3
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|-
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!Mafia
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|[[Roleblocker]]||[[Rolecop]]||[[Goon]]
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!Town
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|[[Doctor]]||[[Tracker]]||[[Cop]]
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!Town
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|[[Rolecop]]||[[Roleblocker]]||[[Jailkeeper]]
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|}
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The setup is determined by randomly rolling three dice with 3 sides each.  The first die selects the "mafia" Die.  The other two rolls determine which of the two "town" roles are to be used.  a "1" result on the second or third die is re-rolled. 
  
Die Two:
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The remaining 6 slots are filled with 5 [[Townie|Vanilla Townies]] and 1 [[Goon|Mafia Goon]] to create a 7-town, 2-mafia setup.
'''Rolecop'''
 
Gunsmith
 
Commuter
 
  
Die Three:
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For example, if the die came up as "3,1,2" the setup would become 2x Mafia Goon vs. Town Doctor, Town Roleblocker, 5x Town Vanilla
Vanilla Cop
 
Tracker
 
'''Jailkeeper'''
 
  
 
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===Balance discussion/statistics===
'''Pros:'''
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None Yet.
*Setups are variable enough that you are unlikely to get the same setup twice.
 
*12 potential setups makes player interest higher for standing users (outside the newbie queue) to come visit
 
*No breaking claim strategies work as all dice are rolled independently (No Grid)
 
*Scum have daytalk, which leads to higher satisfaction for scum players, especially newbies
 
*Scum have safeclaims, and town is capable of getting scummy roles, making claiming the bolded roles not instantly a scum claim.
 
*Retains the current 9 player size roster for games.
 
*All roles are active.  There's no "passive BP confirmed town" bullcrap.
 
*Players have a 1 in 3 (Hey there's lots of 3s) of rolling a PR; their faction will assuredly have PRs that interact.
 
*The listmod can just have the dice tags in their PM template; and the setup generates itself upon sending
 
*Games should still finish between day 3 (THREEEEEEE!) and 4. 
 
*On first pass, no setup is incredibly broken for one side or the other.
 
*In my opinion, generally mirrors site meta better.
 
 
 
'''Cons:'''
 
*Potential for a tracker to get two names if tracking scum with a PR and kill (Matrix 6 avoids this by having it up against two goons)
 
*Potential learning curve for ICs with the new setup, as it isn't an existing open/semiopen.
 
*Mods will have to modify their boilerplate
 

Revision as of 22:53, 21 September 2017

3d3: A Newbie Setup as inspired by Cabd, and designed by the Newbie Discussion Group

Name:
  • 3d3
Setup Size:
Players:
  • 9
Setup Type:
Designers:

3d3 is the current proposed Newbie Setup, intended to address flaws found in the prior setup. The preceding Newbie Setup was Matrix6, but the setup contained a breaking claim strategy and the potential for major role-related apathy, and was thus phased out.

Setup name

The name of the setup is derived from the way the setup can be generated, with the roll of 3 3-sided dice. 3 remains a core theme of the game, with the earliest possible game ending being day 3, and there being on average 3 power roles in the game.

Setup

Die 1 Die 2 Die 3
Mafia Roleblocker Rolecop Goon
Town Doctor Tracker Cop
Town Rolecop Roleblocker Jailkeeper

The setup is determined by randomly rolling three dice with 3 sides each. The first die selects the "mafia" Die. The other two rolls determine which of the two "town" roles are to be used. a "1" result on the second or third die is re-rolled.

The remaining 6 slots are filled with 5 Vanilla Townies and 1 Mafia Goon to create a 7-town, 2-mafia setup.

For example, if the die came up as "3,1,2" the setup would become 2x Mafia Goon vs. Town Doctor, Town Roleblocker, 5x Town Vanilla

Balance discussion/statistics

None Yet.