Voting is very important in a game of Werewolves. This is when the players eliminate another player who’s suspected of being a werewolf. Learn everything there is to know about voting during a game of Werewolves.
The Debate Between the Villagers Begins
This is the time when all the villagers (including the werewolves) start to debate to try and figure out who the werewolves are.
In Werewolves, the debate is considered the heart of the game.
Each player can pretend to be a different character, the lovers must always protect each other, the little girl and the seer must enter the scene to help the villagers (while keeping their identities a secret), etc. Werewolves, of course, also have to do their best to hide their true identities because the villagers will do everything they can to get them executed.
Voting leads to the elimination of a player who is suspected of being a werewolf.
When the moderator gives the signal, each player must point to a player they wish to eliminate. The player with the most fingers pointing at them will be eliminated from the game.
A player cannot vote against themselves.
It’s important to remember that the sheriff’s vote counts as two, not just one.
If there is a tie between two or three players, another vote is launched to break the tie. If there is still a tie between these two or three players, then no player is eliminated and the game continues.
A Rule Variation
You can decide that the little girl and the seer can reveal their identities (or another player can pretend that they are the little girl or the seer).
Official rule in PDF
Explore the official rules of Werewolves of millers hollow in PDF