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Murder Mystery Suggestions

Discussion in 'MurderMystery General Discussion' started by qqthewarrior, Mar 29, 2019.

  1. qqthewarrior

    qqthewarrior New Member

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    hey, so I think you should add the percentage of how likely someone is to be murder, sheriff, or innocent.
     
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    Shive Notable Member Emerald Member

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    This is a rough mathematical calculation if the game picks someone randomly.
    x: represents the number of players in the game

    Murderer: 1/x
    Sheriff: 1/x
    Innocent: x-2/x

    (I felt like doing the math)
     
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    Shive Notable Member Emerald Member

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    Hey, so the equations form a system of equations; when there are 3 people in the game, the chance of being murderer, sheriff, and innocent are the same, it is a 33% chance.
    https://www.desmos.com/calculator
     
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    Bearrel Notable Member Emerald Member

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    Correct me if I am wrong, but I think he/she is implying the percentage system in which each game you play, the chances of being murderer or sheriff increase, which tbh is pretty neat.
     
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    Strel Notable Member Emerald Member

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    I think they just want the percentage, they didn’t say anything about increasing it
     
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    Bearrel Notable Member Emerald Member

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    Oh well, consider that my suggestion :)
     
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