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Are You the Traitor Single Deck


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  • 4 to 10 players
  • 30 minutes playtime
  • It's the moment of truth in your quest to destroy the Evil magic Key
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  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 1 x 4.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: 1929780737
  • Item model number: 037LOO
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 13 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #98,175 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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Are You the Traitor? is a secret role selection game akin to Werewolf/Mafia. One player is the Evil Wizard, attempting to obtain the Magic Key for nefarious purposes. Another player is the Good Wizard, trying to destroy the Key to keep it out of Evil hands. The other players support Good or Evil in various roles. Each round, there is a discussion period, after which one of the players acts. After someone acts, the players determine whether the forces of Good or Evil were served, with the prevailing side gaining treasure. Play continues until one player gets enough treasure to win.

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Are You the Traitor? is a secret role selection game akin to Werewolf/Mafia. One player is the Evil Wizard, attempting to obtain the Magic Key for nefarious purposes. Another player is the Good Wizard, trying to destroy the Key to keep it out of Evil hands. The other players support Good or Evil in various roles. Each round, there is a discussion period, after which one of the players acts. After someone acts, the players determine whether the forces of Good or Evil were served, with the prevailing side gaining treasure. Play continues until one player gets enough treasure to win.

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I wouldn't recommend parents play it with children.
Eika
Also, remembering who your character was 'looking' for or needed to 'accuse' was a bit confusing.
Veronica
I would look for something Else if you are just getting started.
Rich Underwood

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rich Underwood on November 26, 2012
Not the best with casual gamers and is complex to get started. Not our groups favorite game. I would look for something Else if you are just getting started.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Eika on September 25, 2013
The strategy comes in what you say, and how you say it. Being too quiet, and not paying attention, makes you more likely to be the traitor; asking too many questions on certain subjects may cause people to figure out your in-game identity. The goal is to find someone else without revealing who you are... which can cause some odd conversations.

The fun comes from who you're playing it with. In one game, I was able to determine someone was the traitor... because every time someone asked him a question, he started to discuss Pterodactyl Sex as a diversion. In another, one of the wizards spent twenty minutes quoting Gandalf.

Of course, with the wrong mix of people, it's a bust. I wouldn't recommend parents play it with children. You want people who won't watch their language or worry about impressing each other, in a large group-- it can be played with 4, but is most fun with 8 or 9-- and with large amounts of sugar and/or alcohol. It's one
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13 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Veronica on December 5, 2011
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I've gotten into playing board and card games with family and friends on a regular basis, and we've started buying a lot of games to add some variety. While we enjoy staple board games like Clue, we really like card games like Munchkin, Gloom, and Fluxx. The Fluxx games by Looney Labs are quicker to play, so we tend to play at least one round a game night, they are one of our favorites by far. Since 'Are you the Traitor?' was also by Looney Labs and more people could play it, we thought it would be a great addition.
Bottom line, it was nothing like Fluxx, and for those of us over age 13, it was not a hit! We played a few rounds, and the whole concept is that each person gets dealt a card and is a character, and through eye contact, talking, mind games, or guessing.. certain characters need to find out who to trust or who is evil. Someone guesses/accuses someone of being a certain character, you flip the cards and reveal who was who, that's the round; if the guesser/accuser is correct their side gets treasure/points or if the guesser/accuser is wrong the other side gets points. Reshuffle, hand out cards again. It's all about reading people, and finding tells. There's really no structure. Also, remembering who your character was 'looking' for or needed to 'accuse' was a bit confusing. (We kept passing around the directions each round).
It wasn't horrible, we had a few laughs because my brother was able to read everyone at the table pretty well, especially his son. Sadly, he was the only one making any real accurate accusations because the rest of us just couldn't figure anyone else out. We did think it would be more fun if drinking was involved...but for a family game, or sober adults, you need people who are good at reading other people.
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Quick, easy to understand game that can be played with lots of people. Perfect for our big group who seems to have too many for most games!
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