Dear Team Captains,
As you are all aware, with Kenner's departure to take a position at SliqIce, I'm taking over as Interim Hockey Director at Hart Memorial. Things were a little lax under Ken's watch and I intend to change that. You are required to attend, or send a representative from your team, to a captain's meeting in a few days' time.
You may not bring alcohol to this meeting.
More to come,
Greetings! It's time for an Ice Hockey-themed Mafia game. Players will play the roles of team captain discussing some very....unpopular....changes to league policy. Hockey leagues throughout the world vary in rules, skill level, and competitiveness, but what unites all is a love for consuming alcohol before, after, and sometimes during the game. However at most rinks it is considered against league policy to do so, and it is ultimately up to the hockey director whether or not these rules are enforced....
Players often also form fierce allegiances to the rinks they play at, even if there is really no good reason for it other than "that's where I've always played". Players who leave a rink to go play at the rival are sometimes considered....scum...
There will be no killing in this game. Being dismissed from the league (vote), or being lured away (night kill) to go play at SliqIce fill this game mechanic.
In game, there are two teams:
Usual rules apply, mafia wins when nothing can stop their victory. Town win when all threats to town are eliminated.
During "game day" (day), team captains will discuss and ultimately vote on who they think is violating league policy of drinking beer on rink premises. Whichever player receives the necessary number of votes will be sent away from the league (killed). In between games, during the "work week" (night), scum will attempt to lure captains to take their teams away to go play at SliqIce, where you can drink beer. This has the same function as a night kill. When a player is voted off or lured away, they won't be able to reply to the game thread or like posts, as normal.
Let me know if you're interested?
The first match of the league starts on 6/8 at 8 PM EST (or earlier if we fill quickly).
Lastly, I encourage you to stay in character. Hockey is a sport known for trash talking (chirps), boasting, and crazy celebrations (cellies). Consider this your primer:
don't watch this at work or around kids