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Overview: Masquerade is a party game that you play in person with a group of at least three friends.
Every player in the party is assigned a concealed role which determines the player’s objective for the
game. The game takes place at a Masquerade party, so every player is disguised. The Royal family
attends the party, but so does an Assassin who is trying to kill the King.
Character Traits: Every player has three traits (Banner, Country, and Ancestor). One of the traits will be
the same for every player. One of the traits will be the same for all of the Royals, but not the Assassin.
And, one of the traits will be random for everyone. Players do not know which traits are the same and
which traits are random. In the Discussion phase of the game, players will ask questions based off of these
traits in order to identify other players’ roles.
Gameplay: Everyone is either trying to figure out the identity of the Assassin or the Royal King. The
game switches between two phases every minute after the initial two minutes of gameplay. The first phase
is Discussion. This is where players ask each other general questions about their character’s three traits to
figure out other players’ identities. The second phase is the Trial. In the Trial phase, players can accuse
someone of being the Assassin, and the Assassin can kill one player. The Royal King can also imprison a
player during the Trial phase if a majority of the players has accused the player. Here are two examples of
Example: “Are you European?”
- This question might be referring to the character’s country trait (Italy) or the character’s ancestor trait
(Leonardo De Vinci). This makes a good question.
Example: “Do you have stars and stripes?”
- This question might be referring to the character’s banner trait (a flag with stars and stripes) or the
character’s country trait (USA). This makes a good question.
The Royals Objective: The Royals (King, Queen, Prince, and Princess) want to accuse the Assassin, so
that the King can imprison the Assassin. During a trial phase of the game, a majority of the players in the
game must accuse a player for the Royal King to imprison that player. The Royals win if the King
imprisons the Assassin. The Royals receive 1 point if they win.
The Royal King’s Objective: The Royal King’s goal is to imprison the Assassin before the Assassin kills
the Royal King. To imprison the someone, a majority of the players have to have accused a single player
during the Trial phase. The Royal King wins if he imprisons the Assassin and loses if he imprisons a
Royal or if he is killed. The Royal King receives 2 point if he wins.
The Assassin’s Objective: The Assassin’s goal is to kill the Royal King before the Royal King can
imprison the Assassin. The Assassin can kill one player during the game after the first Discussion phase.
The Assassin wins if the Assassin kills the Royal King and loses if the Assassin kills another Royal or if
he is imprisoned. The Assassin receives 2 point if he wins.
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