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Skeptic is a dice and card game that involves lying, deceiving, or otherwise out bluffing other players.
You win by being the first to draw 3 of a kind. You can either draw 3 of the same number or 3 of the same color.
A game of Skeptic can last from 3 to 10 minutes. Generally, the more people playing the longer the game lasts.
Here is how it works:
All players are given a cup filled with five dice.
If a player rolls 20 and above or 10 and lower, then the player draws a card.
Each turn all players roll at the same time, then take turns saying out loud what number they rolled
A player may say whatever number they want.
But If someone calls you a liar, then you have to reveal your dice.
If you were lying, then you can't roll next turn. Also, the person who correctly calls out the liar gets to draw a card.
If you were not lying, then you may draw an additional card, and the person who called you out incorrectly can't roll next turn.
Multiple people are not allowed to call out a liar; the first person to accuse said person of being a liar is the only one who can advantage or disadvantage from the former rules.
The game revolves around how well you can bluff, and how well you can detect other players bluffing.
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