Time Portal Codes Rules:
- Three 5-digit time portal codes are initially assigned to random players, except the Scientist.
- Players holding a time code coordinate know they have it and may choose to reveal this at their discretion.
- The Scientist can scan living players at night to find a time code coordinate.
- If a player with a time code coordinate is killed, the code is reassigned to another living player.
- Both Robotic Werewolves and Cyborg Hunters can collect these time code coordinates to prevent the Humans from unlocking the time portal.
- Each player can guess the full set of codes once per day. Guesses should be communicated privately to the game moderator.
- Incorrect guesses have no direct consequences.
- Players can pass their code to another player, but this must be announced publicly in the main game thread.
Q: How do the time portal coordinates work?
A: The time portal coordinates consist of three pieces, each initially assigned randomly to one of the nine players at the start of the game, except the Scientist. Players holding a coordinate piece are aware that they possess it, and it's part of the game's intrigue to decide when or if to reveal this information.
The Scientist, though excluded from receiving a coordinate piece at the start, can scan living players each night to find one piece of the portal coordinates if the scanned player holds one. The Scientist may also be randomly assigned a coordinate piece if a player holding one is killed.
If a player holding a coordinate piece is killed, the coordinate is not lost. Instead, it is randomly assigned to a new living player, maintaining the possibility of unlocking the time portal.
Both the Robotic Werewolves and Cyborg Hunters can hinder the Humans from unlocking the portal by acquiring all three coordinates themselves.
These dynamics create a complex and strategic play environment, where the coordinates serve as a key element around which alliances, betrayals, and clever tactics may unfold.
Q: How do the players attempt to guess the time portal coordinates once per day? Can each player try?
A: The time portal coordinates is a critical puzzle, consisting of three coordinate codes. Each player
may attempt to guess the complete coordinates once per day.
Q: I have a time portal coordinates . Can I secretly pass it to another player?
A: In our time-tangled game, the passing of a time portal coordinates is a matter of great importance and scrutiny. You may indeed choose to pass your 5-digit coordinate piece to another player, but such an exchange must be made publicly in the main game thread
By announcing the coordinates for all to see, you make a bold move, perhaps forging alliances or sowing distrust. The decision to share or keep your coordinate piece is a strategic choice, fraught with potential risks and rewards. Use this power wisely, for it may shape the course of the game!