Blood on the Clocktower - Selected Custom Scripts
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Blood on the Clocktower is a neat social deduction game. It currently has 3 ‘core’ base scripts: Trouble Brewing, Bad Moon Rising and Sects and Violets. When people have played a lot of those, custom scripts are often the next point of call.
This is a shortlist of some really good custom scripts that have had a strong positive reception. I’ve picked out scripts that have received a lot of playtime, that I've had a great time playing, and that bring something new & different to the table.
Clicking on a script will take you to a dedicated page that includes links to a pdf (with the night order), and a .json (for online play).
I’m leaning pretty heavily on AdmiralGT’s repository of custom Clocktower scripts for the json and PDF links, so many thanks to him for his efforts.
- 1 Full-Size Scripts
- 2 Strange Demon Scripts <Shameless Self-Promotion>
- 3 Terrific Teensyvilles
- 4 Confusion
Scripts designed for 7-15 players (plus Travellers).
Uncertain Death by Matt
Catfishing by Emily
Hide and Seek by Narninian and Zaba
Whose Cult Is It Anyway by Aero
Poppyganda by Dan
Strange Demon Scripts <Shameless Self-Promotion>
These are also full-size scripts, they just have weird Demons on them.
The majority of the most popular custom scripts involve single-kill Demons doing single-kill Demon things. These ones include some of the (at time of writing) lesser-used Clocktower Demons that radically shake up the game for a (hopefully) distinctive experience.
These are ones I’ve put together. I’ve playtested them and think they are pretty good, but they’re not in the same category as the scripts listed above, and I wanted to flag them as such.
Chaos in the Streets - Riot Script
The Midnight Oasis - Al-Hadikhia Script
Cultists of Atlantis - Leviathan Script
Scripts designed for 5-6 players.
No Greater Joy by Steven Medway
Race to the Bottom by Evin Donohoe
Laissez un Faire by Steven Medway
Spooky Tea by Lachlan
Why is this on a website about LARPing? What is happening?
Don’t worry about it. It’s fine.
It’s not fine
Okay, well, the longer answer is, I am not a programmer or a graphic designer. And I already had a website that I (sort of) know how to format. So I took the path of least resistance and grafted this on.
Basically, just ignore the rainbow dragon in the corner - he’s irrelevant, and won’t hurt you unless you hurt him.