This game is designed for 16 players.
Cop: May peek one player each round for alignment.
Deputy: Will become the new Cop if the Cop dies.
Doctor (x2): May protect 1 player each round. Overdose* rules apply.
Don: May peek a player each night to discover their role.
Hitman: Once per game, has an extra shot.
Medic: May save one person from death each night. Overdose* rules apply.
Trainee: Starts as a goon, but will assume the role of the first mafia member to die.
Serial Killer: You may stab one person per night, peek one player for role per night, and have a one-off tough. Additionally, you are a Meth Addict.
Meth Addict: Because of your weakened immune system, doctor protection has no effect on you. However, because of your increased tolerance of many substances, you cannot be killed via overdose. In addition, your drug-fueled charisma causes you to gain an extra vote. (Given to the Serial Killer and one random Village player).
Tough: You will survive one action that would otherwise kill you. (Applied to the Serial Killer and a random normal Villager).
Miller: You will always peek as "Serial Killer" to the Don, "Mafia" or "Third Party" to the Cop (randomly rolled on each peek), and a random living Mafia role to the Serial Killer. (Applied to a random normal Villager).
*This game, since there are 3 doctors total, invokes the Overdose mechanic: If a person is protected by more than one doctor in a single night, they will die.
I will expect strong activity out of every player who participates in this game. If you do not expect to finish this game, do not sign up.
Specifically, I will expect every player to vote and make a game-related post at least once each round. Failure to do so will result in an immediate modkill at the end of the round. It is also strongly recommended that players be active in private chat as well.
I also expect each player to do their best to play for their team's win condition. Deliberately attempting to troll or sabotage your own team for no good strategic or tactical reason is unacceptable. I really hate that I have to say this as it should be common sense, but we've had problems in the past with it, so here I am.