- Team Village roles that don’t gain any information during the night are easy for Werewolves to claim. Villagers are the obvious place to hide because it is more difficult to contradict such a claim if there are be multiple Villager cards in play. The Troublemaker is also a good example since you can claim you were a Troublemaker and switched two other roles, without anyone being able to contradict you unless someone else was, or saw, a Troublemaker.
- If there are two Team Wolf players and the Mason cards are in the game then both Wolves can claim to be Masons, backing each other up. Prepare for a fight since it is almost inevitable someone else will contradict this. At least one other player will be a true Mason, or even if both Mason cards are in the center someone, such as a Seer or Witch, will have seen them.
- If there are two Wolves one can claim to be a Troublemaker switching the other Wolf with a villager, while the other Wolf outs himself. If the Troublemaker claim is believed then the village will lynch the supposed wolf. This has the advantage that the framed individual will have no defense themself. Only someone contradicting the Troublemaker claim can undermine this frame job.
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