DocEmrick wrote:Prague, Czechoslovak Socialist Republic; 1968...
During the height of the Cold War, in the historic city of Prague, District 6 dubbed "Łysołaje," nine individuals gathered at a secret conference at the palace of Łysołaje's most wealthy and influential European family, the Dlugosz's. Their Prandota, or palace, was the largest structure in the Eastern province. The village only held a population of 390, however all of the arrivals on Night 1 were from outlying settlements, though none of them quite knew who the other one was. Surely, the Americans and Russians had both sent their agents to do the dirty work and ensure that the upcoming election was fixed.
The conference was a small, 9 person group discussing the future of the CSSR, and it's role in the Soviet Union. As the participants gathered and tucked in on Night 1, absolutely nothing happened.
It is now Day 1, with 9 remaining it will take an undisputed majority of 8 to lynch.
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