Title: Terror is Ripe

Created by: O'Malley

Tragedy Set: Basic Tragedy

Difficulty: 8/10

Description: The night is dark and full of terrors. It’s not safe to go alone anymore. Something has inspired a regime of terror, fear, death. The terror that is experienced by people now… it is something to behold. They are so afraid of dying that they will kill for it. It’s… hilarious.

Main Plot: Murder Plan

Subplot 1: Paranoia Virus

Subplot 2: Circle of Friends

Number of Loops: 3-4

Days per Loop: 5

Hints for Mastermind:
Go in full paranoia on as many characters as possible to cover until the Hospital Incident triggers. If it does, you win the loop no matter what. In the meantime, best get killing, right? The whole point of this script is to slaughter as many characters as possible and leave the Protagonists over the carnage with the loop lost. In the end, the Killer, Brain, and Friend (Pop Idol) are easy to hide, so just keep 1 or 2 of them secret and the Final Guess should be yours.

Victory Conditions for Mastermind:
1) Kill the Key Person (Class Rep) There's the Hospital Incident, the Killer, and the Suicide. Really, you choose on this one. 2) Kill a Friend (Patient, Pop Idol) Triggering the Hospital Incident will always kill the Patient, so that makes things much easier. Alternatively, turning the Persons into Serial Killers will make it easy too. 3) Kill the Protagonists Use either the Killers power to kill them, or blow up the Hospital. It's easy enough to trigger the Hospital Incident, so players may attempt to prevent the placing of Intrigue there, but the fact that the Brain starts there makes it a powerful tool the Protagonists will want to move immediately.

Special Rule:

Day Incident Culprit
Day 4 Hospital Incident Girl Student
Day 5 Suicide Class Rep
Cast Role
Girl Student Person
Rich Man's Daughter Person
Class Rep Key Person
Alien Killer
Police Officer Person
Office Worker Person
Pop Idol Friend
Doctor Brain
Patient Friend
Henchman Conspiracy Theorist


This was a good script. Difficulty 8/10 makes sense for 3 loops, but 4 is a bit easier. It's fairly balanced. We had the protagonists win on the final guess.
Emily Karp

One of the better ones on this site. 2 Thumbs up!!!

Published by Alan Tran