Wolvesville is a well-known online social deduction game. Up to 16 players can play this multiplayer game where a small team of werewolves exists among the humans in a village, but the humans don’t know who is a werewolf and who is a human. Each night the werewolves can eliminate one villager, and each day the villagers can vote to lynch a player on suspicion of being a werewolf. If the wolves eliminate all the villagers, they win, and if the villagers vote out the wolves, they win. You Can Download Wolvesville via Google Play or the App Store.
Even though the game might sound easy to play, it’s not actually that easy. With so many roles in the game and so many strategies involved, Wolvesville can get a little confusing. Here are some tips that will take your game to the next level.
Tips for Wolvesville
The first thing you have to keep in mind while playing this game is that this is a team game. So, you have to think as a team rather than just trying to not get yourself killed. Getting killed is not necessarily a bad thing in Wolvesville. In fact, in some situations in the game, dying might be the right option. If your role is that of a Diseased you would want to get yourself eaten by the wolves. As the wolves won’t be able to eat anyone the next night. Therefore, try to work on a team strategy rather than playing for yourself.
2. Don’t Become Obvious
Another crucial point you always have to keep in mind is not to be obvious. When you are playing as a wolf, you have the power to kill a villager at night. Use this power to get rid of the villagers with special roles like a Seer, Hunter, etc. as early as possible. But before killing off a villager, make sure they don’t suspect you. For instance, if a villager is convinced that you are the wolf, you would be tempted to finish him off the next night, but that could backfire on you. When the villagers find out that the player that suspected you are dead, the suspicion of you only gets stronger. So, it’s better to just leave them be.
3. Lying is Important
If you want to win games in Wolvesville, you have to use the help of lying. Whether you’re playing as a villager or a wolf, lying will benefit them both. When playing as a wolf, the only way you can divert suspicion from yourself is by lying about being a villager. You even have to go as far as to claim a role for yourself and convince yourself that the real role holder is the one lying. And if you’re a villager, you have to lie about your role if you have a special one like a Seer, Mayor, Hunter, etc. to not make yourself an early target by the wolves.
4. Pay Attention to Voting
You can catch the real wolf off guard if you’re lucky, just by paying a little attention while voting. The wolves will try to avert suspicion from themselves and try to convince everyone to vote out another player. If you pay a little attention here, as to who is trying to get who killed and if there is any legitimate reason behind it, you will be able to find out if the player is a wolf or not.
5. Play According to Your Role
As I have mentioned earlier, the game involves a lot of roles. The role you play is randomly given to you at the beginning of a game. Now, the roles can be divided into three categories, which are: Good Roles, Evil Roles, and Solo Roles. Here I have given information about each role and individual strategies for them.
|Medium (Revival)||With this role, you can talk to dead players in the night time and you can revive one player each game.||Revive Seers, only if the Doctor or Bodyguard is alive. Otherwise, it’s better to revive roles like Gunner, Jailer, or Avenger. During the night time talk to dead Investigative roles to collect information.|
|Aura Seer (Investigative)||You can select a player every night to see their aura which is, Good, Evil or Unknown.||Always monitor the dead players, because if you interrogate a player with an Unknown aura they will either not reply or lie. Don’t be too quick to accuse someone if you’re not certain about their role or you can lose valuable roles.|
|Seer (Investigative)||You can select a player every night to see their role.||If you see a good player’s role don’t reveal the exact role. Just say that the player is good. Else, they could become the next target.|
|Spirit Seer (Investigative)||You can select two players every night to see if any one of them killed someone that night.||Always check a player whose role is unconfirmed. If you check an unconfirmed role and a confirmed one you can be sure who the wolf is.|
|Jailer (Killing, Protective)||You can select a player each day and them in jail. The player in jail can’t be attacked and will not be able to use their ability. You can talk to them privately. You can shoot the player if they are suspicious.||If you know who the Gunner is, put him in jail to prevent them from getting killed. Always let the player know you put them in jail so that they will know you are good.|
|Gunner (Killing)||You can kill two players in total but you can only kill one player in one day. After you kill someone your role will be revealed to everyone.||Only shoot if a confirmed Investigative role asks you to. Do not shoot randomly.|
|Bodyguard (Protective)||You can select a player every night to protect from getting killed. Bodyguards can protect themselves.||Always try to protect the Investigative roles. In case there aren’t any protective roles like Gunner, Medium, or Jailer.|
|Doctor (Protective)||You can select a player every night to protect from getting killed. Doctors can’t protect themselves.||Protecting Seers is the first priority. If there are none alive then protect Gunner, Medium, or Jailer.|
|Mayor (None)||You can reveal your role to everyone. And after you’ve revealed your role your vote will be counted as two votes.||If you are accused remember that you can reveal your role. At the later stage of the game, your two votes will be very useful.|
|Pacifist (None)||You can reveal a player’s role once per game. But, on that day nobody can vote.||When two players are claiming the same role you can reveal one of their roles.|
|Cursed (None)||If you get bitten by a wolf you will join the evil team.||Ask the Jailer to put you in jail.|
|Werewolf Berserk (Werewolves)||You can use the ‘Frenzy’ ability once per game. Using this ability will kill a protected player and the protector.||Use this ability on Seer roles.|
|Junior Werewolf (Werewolves)||You can select a player that will die if you die.||In the early games, always select a Seer role. In the late game, target roles like Gunner, Jailer, or Mayor.|
|Wolf Seer (Werewolves)||You can select a player each night to reveal their role only to the werewolves.||Try to claim you are a Seer.|
|Wolf Pacifists (Werewolves)||You can reveal the role of a player once per game. Nobody will be able to vote that day.||Try to claim you are the villager Pacifist.|
|Serial Killer (Solo)||You can kill one player every night. You cannot be killed by the wolves.||Kill confirmed Good players.|
|Headhunter (Solo, Village)||You get a target at the beginning of the game, if the villagers lynch your target you win. And, if your target gets killed you join the villagers.||Convince other players that your target is the wolf.|
|Fool (Solo)||If the villagers lynch you, you win.||Try to act like one of the villagers until someone accuses you of being a wolf. Never say you’re the wolf.|
That’s all for Wolvesville – Tips and Tricks. Hope you found the guide useful. If you think I have missed any points you can add them in the comment section. For more mobile game guides like this stay tuned to Mobile Gaming Hub.
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