I'm just gonna ask them when enough people are signed up
Ask what to whom? I'm confused.
Originally Posted by naz
The first game I played was just a one day game where if a mafia was lynched, town wins. Town lynch, mafia win. Its easy because no mechanics to discuss and low commitment (i think 72 hours was what the game was given?) so its a nice intro and good way to get foot in the door uwu
It's a pretty good setup for training and having a short game. It however isn't fully representative of FM (game's lenght, basically nightless, no flip or vote count analysis). Still a good one to host relatively often, though.
Originally Posted by Renegade
Define "new player".
Someone who plays FM for the first or second time, I'd say?
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It was great. However, I'm not so sure it's representative of the normal games on the site... I tend to agree with Deathworlds on the criterias for newbie-friendly games. Insert shameless advertisement for La Cosa Nostra, my setup, here
Throwing a suggestion out there, tell me if you like it.
Some hosts could explicitely state they accept mentors in their games. Mentors could help a new player get into the game. They obviously wouldn't be playing, and would know all the info their pupil knows, including his role. They could talk to the pupil privately about anything, but never post anything publicly. They would have to be approved privately by both the host and the pupil before officially being mentors in the game; they would need to have a good knowledge of the game, of the FM rules and of the setup. The info about mentor-pupil pairings approved by the Host would be publicly available.