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* '''Cults''' – A cult leader starts the game by himself and tries to recruit townspeople into his cult each night. The cult is like the mason group, except the cult is a separate anti-town group trying to gain control over the town. The cult leader is successful if he tries to recruit pro-town people, but dies if he tries to recruit someone in the mafia.
 
* '''Cults''' – A cult leader starts the game by himself and tries to recruit townspeople into his cult each night. The cult is like the mason group, except the cult is a separate anti-town group trying to gain control over the town. The cult leader is successful if he tries to recruit pro-town people, but dies if he tries to recruit someone in the mafia.
 
* '''Jester''' – A jester's goal is to try to get lynched. He wins if he can manage to do so, but loses if he dies any other way.
 
* '''Jester''' – A jester's goal is to try to get lynched. He wins if he can manage to do so, but loses if he dies any other way.
* '''Chook''' – A chook doesn't win the game or lose, they just are along for the ride.  They can't die.  Primarily used to throw a curve ball during a large game.
 
  
 
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