Battle Royale [image=http://members.iinet.net.au/~garratts/tyi/battleroyale.jpg] The war between Star War factions have lasted thousands of years. Each side trying to eliminate the other. Now the war has taken place in the form of a game. We call it Battle Royale. The objective is to try to eliminate all the players you think are of the opposite side of you by picking a number they hold. The catch is that you do not know who is on your side and who is on the opposing side. There are 36 numbers on the board to choose from. It is a game of chance to find out who will win. Game Procedures: ? Twelve players are allowed to sign up. Once the sign ups are over the host will notify all players what affiliation they are through PM. Players will be chosen to represent factions such as Jedi, Sith, Rebels or Empire. (Three people per faction.) Each player shall not know the affiliation of any other player. In the PM, the host will also give each player a number from 1 to 36. ? These numbers will be called holocrons - named after the crystal objects that Jedi and Sith use to access certain types of data. Behind each holocron is a name. Twelve of the holocrons will be the players name and affiliation while the rest will be Star Wars characters, creatures or planets. ? The order of turns will be decided upon simply by the order of sign ups. When it is a player's turn, their objective is to choose a holocron that they think has a player who is on an opposite side. Basically, if you are a Jedi, you want to pick a holocron that might have a player who is a Sith, from the Empire or is a Rebel underneath it. You don't want it to be someone from your own faction. Once all but one faction is eliminated, the remaining player or players are declared the winner. Example: Holocrons = //1\\ //2\\ //3\\ //4\\ //5\\ Player A who is secretly a Sith picks holocron 5. The host will then reveal what name is under holocron 5. If that name reveals only a Star Wars reference then Player A survives another round and it is the next players turn. If the holocron reveals a player who is a Jedi, then Player A, who is a Sith, eliminates the Jedi player and moves on to the next round. If the holocron reveals a player who is also a Sith, then Player A is eliminated; however the person of the same faction who was under the holocron survives and takes Player A's original number. ? Five turns may progress along at maximum before a host update. If somebody who takes a turn gets eliminated from someone beforehand, their turn will then not be counted. Otherwise, it can progress along at, hopefully, a nice speed. ? The game continues until all factions bar one have been eliminated. ? Each player will have 12 hours to respond when it is his or her turn. If someone misses a round, they will be simply be skipped. This way, unless players are eliminated, the turn order never changes. You can only be skipped twice. The third time is an automatic elimination. ? There are 2 - 4 factions that can be played at a time. Usually it will be 4. Rules: 1.Unless otherwise stated, there will only be twelve sign up positions. 2.No gamebans are handed out. 3.You are only allowed to play with one username per game. If it is found out that someone is playing as two different names they will be... dealt with. 4.No one is allowed to tell another player what faction they are in. No one is allowed to plot with another player for an advantage. This will take away from the chance aspect of the game, so please do not PM or reveal to each other your factions. 5.Players have 24 hours to respond when it is their turn. If you miss a round, your turn will simply be skipped. You can only be skipped twice. The third time you will be automatically eliminated from the game. So whose up for a game of Battle Royale! Sign ups 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.