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My favorite game moments are the following:

1. Amazing dice rolls/strategy - Risk Legacy/Dice Throne

2. Story games w/ difficult/sensitive decisions - This War of Mine/Pandemic Legacy Season 1 & 2.

3. Hidden Traitor Games/Negation games - Dead of Winter/Game of Thrones

I think the obvious is #Ultimate Werewolf and anything in the #Werewolf family.

I personally hate hidden traitor games. I hate lying/bluffing in games. I'm not good at it, and I just stressed out, haha. I felt the same way playing #Coup and #The Chameleon, which are not hidden traitor games, but straight bluffing games. It's part of the reason I don't like poker either.

Bluffing through actions on a board or by the cards I'm playing is a different story, but if there's a social aspect to the bluffing, I am out, haha.

Some of the games that aren't necessarily about a hidden traitor but at least give me the same feeling of trying to decieve are #Coup, #Poker, #Skull, and #Sheriff of Nottingham. They each give me that same adrenaline when I'm trying to make something work and need others to be convinced of it too!

So much fun.

I love #Shadows Over Camelot, I also wish I had it in my collection. That said I would recommend #Dead of Winter: A Crossroads Game or #Battlestar Galactica: The Board Game as good alternative hidden traitor games.

#7 Wonders of course! Some other good ones are #Dune and #Evolution: Climate (personal favorites of mine). Most Stonemaier games play well at 5-6 too! #Sushi Go Party! is good for a light game for a bigger group.

It seems like you're into bluffing/hidden traitor/etc. type games, is that a fair assessment?