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Make 100 - Mafia Role Selection Decks

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A deck of 18 cards to use for role selection in the popular game mafia. - BackgroundMafia is a classic party game, but whenever I play it, no matter who I'm playing with, I always run into the same problem. How do you pick roles? There are 2 common methods I've encountered, both with their own problems.1. Have the narrator tap heads     The narrator taps people's heads, either certain times corresponding to certain roles or a number of taps signals a role.     This introduces ways to figure out roles outside of the game. "He was on this si ...

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A deck of 18 cards to use for role selection in the popular game mafia. - BackgroundMafia is a classic party game, but whenever I play it, no matter who I'm playing with, I always run into the same problem. How do you pick roles? There are 2 common methods I've encountered, both with their own problems.1. Have the narrator tap heads     The narrator taps people's heads, either certain times corresponding to certain roles or a number of taps signals a role.     This introduces ways to figure out roles outside of the game. "He was on this side of the table when he picked the mafia" or "She's been a townsperson every game so far so she must have some sort of role" take away from the strategy of the game yet they can't be avoided using this method.     In addition it can be hard to tell if your head was tapped based
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