- GP: You are Jim Halpert, everyone’s favorite salesman. You are a vanilla townie. You can contribute to the game with your voice and your vote. You win with the town.
- Lunatic: You are Andy Bernard, the Stamford transfer. He went to Cornell, ever heard of it? You are vanilla; you can contribute to the game with your voice and your vote. You win with the town.
- Drafter: You are Phyllis Lapin, the friendly saleswoman. You are vanilla; you can contribute to the game with your voice and your vote. You win with the town.
- Press: You are Dwight Schrute. You are one of the top salesmen, the assistant to the regional manager, and a volunteer sheriff’s deputy. As such, you are the cop. Each night, you can choose a player to investigate, and find out if they are guilty or innocent. You win with the town.
- Airmax: You are Toby Flenderson (sorry) and as such you are the hated vanilla townie, meaning that it takes one fewer vote to lynch you. This will not be displayed in the vote count. (For example, D1 it will still say x/7 votes when for you it will take 6.), but if you're at LYLO the hated modifier will drop. (So the last mafia won't just be able to kill you immediately) You can contribute to the game with your voice and your vote. You win with the town.
- Oro: You are Pam Beesly (and later Halpert). You start as a receptionist. Since you keep track of everything for Michael (and everyone else) you are the watcher. Each night you can target another player and learn who (if anyone) visited them.
- Wylted: You are Michael Scott, the incompetent Regional Manager of Dunder Mifflin Scranton. You spend the majority of your day paying attention to what others are doing instead of what you’re doing. As such, you are the tracker. Each night you can target someone and learn who they visited (if anyone). You win with the town.
- Water: You are Kevin Malone, the dumb but funny accountant. You are vanilla; you can contribute to the game with your voice and your vote. You win with the town.
- Pie: You are Creed Bratton, the batshit crazy resident criminal. Nobody really knows much about you. Are you even actually Creed Bratton? At one point you implied that you might have killed the real Creed and stolen his identity. As such, you are the one-shot vigilante. On any one night, you can shoot another player. You win with the town.
- AROSE: You are Ryan Howard, the temp turned wonderkid turned disgraced executive. You are vanilla; you can contribute to the game with your voice and your vote. You win with the town.
- Supa: You are Darryl, the head of the warehouse. You have the final say on what goes on in the warehouse. As such, you’re the roleblocker. Each night you can select a player. If they have a night action, it will fail.
- Speed: You are Roy, Pam’s former long-term fiancé. You are one of the warehouse employees who appears the most in the show. You were always suspicious of Jim and Pam. As a result, you’re the role cop. Each night you can select a player and learn their role, if they have one.
- SirAnon: You are Lonnie, one of the familiar faces around the warehouse. You never really get developed much, which means people often forget about you. You can do your work in the background. You are the ninja. If you carry out the night kill it will be unable to be tracked or watched. You win with the Mafia
- N1- Pie waived, Press cop Water, Oro watch drafter, Wylted track AROSE. Supa killed Pie and blocked GP. Speed rolecop drafter
- N2- Press cop max, Oro watch Grey, Wyted track Grey. Speed kill water rolecop max
- N3- Press cop lunatic, oro watch press, wylted track lunatic, speed kill wylted
- N4- Press cop Grey, oro watch press, speed kill oro
- N5- Press cop speed, speed kill press
- N6- Speed kill GP
Primary issue was I totally fucked up Oro's results not once but twice. You can take it to the bank that if I use a watcher again I will be incredibly careful to get the results right.
I also didn't originally tell max about the removal of hated-ness at first. I thought that was something that was assumed, but eventually realized I should clarify. I did so on 11/8, so the knowledge was in max's hands with plenty of time before LYLO, but it should've been even sooner.
Speed played very well, nobody (including spectators) expected him.