This page explains how to gain Achievements and gives strategy and tips on how to accomplish them.
The achievement Close Call is earned when you are acquitted by a tie vote. This is much simpler than it sounds.
- Any late game scenario where there is one more Townie than Mafia and you are Town, in a scenario where you are Town and are voted up, convincing the last Townie to vote "innocent" on you will make sure you end up with this award.
- You can also earn this achievement if NO ONE votes at all, so if you scare the Town into thinking you are a Jester, or simply post a very long Last Will very slowly will force people to think for a long time. Thus, making you have a good chance of succeeding, although this strategy may also end up getting you lynched easier.
- If you are a confirmed Townie, or perhaps a Neutral Benign or successful Executioner who hasn't picked a side, you simply can ASK for the achievement. Then you can side with whoever gave it to you.
- If you are a Jester in late game, and there are only 2 opposing sides left, each with one player, getting voted up and having both players cancel in the last second to not die from you can get this award, at least as consolation for not winning right then.
To get the "Marathon" Achievement, a game must last Ten Days or more. It's easier than you think.
- Practically any Game Mode you can get this in, but try to avoid Rapid or Classic.
- A Vampire game is one of the best you can have, because it takes them a long time to convert and gain majority.
- A game with 3 immune killers trapped together is also great, since if they can't decide on who to lynch it will go on for ages.
- A game with a Escort and a Mafioso or Godfather can go on forever if the Escort is determined to live.
To get the Incognito achievement, you have several ways to nab this achievement.
- Dying without revealing but still having Town win will get you this achievement, so if you are killed at night early on, DON'T LEAVE!
- If your role is asked, claiming some other Town Support role, such as Medium, and faking results can earn you this achievement if the Town decides to lynch other people first. If you are put on trial, simply reveal to avoid game-throwing, unless there is proof you have been confirmed to be innocent already. However, be wary of Jailors and Vigilantes.
To get the Faith in The Town achievement, you also have several pathways to success.
- If you wish to start a Mayor game, ask to be voted up and to be voted innocent, to get this achievement and then reveal immediately after.
- If you are voted to the stand, claim to be an important Town role, such as Retributionist (it is a Town Support role, so you will most likely not be counterclaimed, although it is possible to claim to be a Jailor or Doctor and hope you aren't counterclaimed). If it looks like you will be declared guilty around the 15 seconds left mark, reveal and try again later.
To get the Dangerous Work achievement, you have to role block the Serial Killer.
- This can be achieved in many game modes, so it's easier to get.
- You can just randomly role block, and eventually find them.
- You can role block someone you think is the Serial Killer. Make sure to keep a will, as it can either clear someone's name or out the Serial Killer when you do die. If you don't keep a will, it may be counted as game throwing to intentionally die.
Hey There is a very easy achievement, all you need to do is role block someone.
- Just do your job, and you'll get the achievement.
- If you're pirated, you can still role block, so pick an option then pick someone to role block.
To get I Look Good! You have to role block yourself.
- You'll need the help of a Transporter, Witch or Coven Leader to do so.
- An easy way is to whisper to one of these three roles to either control you into yourself or transport yourself and your target.
- If possible, attempt to contact a Transporter, because contacting a Witch or Coven Leader may be seen by some as game throwing.
To get "Can't Touch Me!", you have to transport yourself.
- This is fairly simple, just select yourself and then select a second target.
To get "Stop Hitting Yourself", you have to transport an attacker and their target with each other.
- Late game, with any 2 players it's pretty simple. If you have a high priority target like the Mayor left you can easily pick the target.
- You can always just go off of luck.
- You can get "Can't Touch Me!" at the same time if you know who will attack you.
To get the "Welcome Back Doc", "Encore" and "Second Chance", you need to avoid being a target for any killing roles until you can revive the role you want. There isn't much strategy to it besides that, so simply hoping that one of those roles die early is the best you can do.
To get "Talk to a Pyro", "Talk to a Psycho" and "Talk to the Mob", you need to pick up on any leads you can. Try to Scum Read and look at Death Notes. If someone seems to be talkative and asking for leads, they may be trying to blend into the Town. If you think that someone is obviously an Arsonist, Serial Killer or Godfather, talk to them.
- Note: some may think of it as Game Throwing to talk to them instead of sharing information with the town.
To get Flawless Executioner (execute 3 non-Town members in a game) try playing Rainbow Mode, since the role list has Jailor, Veteran, and Any as the only possible Town role slots. You cannot execute on Night 1, so you need to survive until Night 4 to get this achievement.
The achievement "Constantine" is earned by killing two Vampires in one night.
- First, you would have to identify someone as a Vampire without staking them. This could be done in many ways.
- You would need to lure the Vampires into trying to bite you, while checking the suspected Vampire. For tips on luring others to you, use the Veteran page.
- Alternatively, you could just use luck as coincidences do happen.
- Keep in mind that staking the same Vampire twice will still get you the achievement.
The achievement "Massacre" is obtained when you killed 3 people in one night.
- The most obvious and effective way is to bait people (especially the Mafia/Neutral role) and then go on alert the upcoming night.
- You need to be careful, as spamming the chat might risk you to be reported for spamming, lynched by the Town, or executed by a Jailor. A Vigilante might shoot you and die because you are on alert, causing another Town drawback.
- An additional drawback of hunting for this particular achievement is that you may kill an important Townie visiting you while you went on alert.
To get the achievement "Not Paranoid" (win without going on alert the entire game), you will need to not use your ability the entire game.
- It might feel tempting to leave, but as long as you were not targeted or died earlier in the game (without going on alert, of course) you can still win with the Town. So if you died earlier, don't quit yet! The Town might win and you'll get the achievement!
- Note: This will also allow you to unlock the achievement "Lucky Paranoia" (win without killing any Townie while on alert.)
The achievement "Why Won't They Die?" is earned by shooting 3 targets with Defense. This achievement can be earned in several manners. Most of the strategies of this achievement are similar to the strategies of "Perfect Shot" which is won by shooting 3 non-Townies. These two achievements are often earned together because Perfect Shot does not require you to kill your target but only to shoot them.
- Shoot anyone you know isn't Town. If there is a Survivor claim, shoot said person (it doesn't matter if they use their bulletproof vest or not, you will still rack up necessary kills). If someone seems to be a Jester or Executioner, shoot them. Play wisely and don't be afraid to waste bullets on roles with Defense, if you need to.
- If you find someone who has Defense in any mode, shooting them 3 times in a row will earn you this achievement.
- If you are lucky enough to be a Vigilante in Rainbow Mode, perhaps using a Scroll and having a lot of patience, you can find targets with Defense extremely easily, assuming you survive until Night 4.
- Try selecting players who are suspicious, as they are most likely to be visited.
- It is also easier to get this achievement earlier in the game because there are more players, so think fast.
"Saw it coming!" requires you to die to the Mafia, and not be role blocked the same night.
- Playing modes where the Mafia are the primary killers, such as Ranked or Ranked Practice will increase the chances that your untimely death is caused by the Mafia.
- While you technically need to see 4 members of the Mafia visit in one night, most members of the Mafia include a Godfather along with a Mafioso, and if only 2 other members of the Mafia are present, then there is no way to unlock this achievement. If you have some way to control the role list, your best bet is to only have 1 Mafia Killing role, and 4 other members of the Mafia.
- Ranked, Ranked Practice, Classic Mode, Rainbow Mode, and obviously Vigilantics has role lists that make this achievement impossible to get, so Custom Mode, Rapid Mode, or All Any must be entered.
- While the chances of having 4 or 5 members of the Mafia in All Any are rather high, keep in mind that if the Mafia has a Mafioso and/or multiple Forgers and Janitors who almost never visit the same night, then the chances of getting the achievement are still near to 0. The best you can hope is to have 5 members of the Mafia who all have different roles and therefore likely to all visit the same night.
- Rapid Mode is less favorable to Custom Mode as the fast pace may cause members of the Mafia to not have enough time to perform their night actions.
The achievement "Who am I?" can only be achieved with a Transporter or Witch either swapping you with your target or controlling you into yourself. To get this achievement, play any game mode which has a Town Investigative, and Town Support or Neutral Evil.
- It is easier to get a Transporter to help you though, since the Witch is an enemy of the Town.
- It may be seen as Game Throwing to get help from a Witch.
All three achievements (Got you!, Not Suspicious and Busted) are gained throughout normal game play.
- It's in your best interest to go for Got you! and Busted first, because that is what will make you useful to the town.
- All Any is easier to get Got You!, since there can be more than one Serial Killer.
- If you've caught all of the Mafia, feel free to leave one alive for a night to investigate a Townie and get the achievement.
Double Vision is most easily acquired by tracking a Transporter.
- If there is a confirmed Transporter, it's worth tracking them. They may even turn out to be a Hypnotist, and you can become your town's hero!
Around the Block can be gotten rather easily.
- If you bring up evidence or vote against the Mafia/Coven, whilst knowing who may kill you, you can try to be extremely helpful and bait them into attacking you.
- You can track anybody you think may want info on you.
- You can ask for your night target to visit you.
Stalker is fairly easy to get too.
- If there's someone you suspect is a killer, track them for 3 nights. If their visits correspond to the bodies, you can be sure you've found the murderer. This is the most helpful way to get the achievement.
- You can also just randomly track the same person for 3 nights.
To get "The Sight" you will need 6 visions in a game. You need to make sure you don't get role blocked or die.
- When you reveal your visions to the town, make sure to get a Town Protective on you.
- You can choose to not reveal at all, but this may be considered Game Throwing.
- Ask for a Crusader to make sure Consorts don't mess with your visions.
To get "Blinded By Love" you must be role blocked 3 times in a single game.
- If you reveal in a game with a Consort, and ask for a Town Protective, if it's not a Crusader it's a surefire way to be role blocked.
- You could ask an Escort to help you, but some may consider that to be Game Throwing.
Stitch Yourself, earned when you heal yourself, is a tricky achievement to get. You only have one shot to heal yourself each round.
- Being helpful and slightly outspoken may help your chances.
- Revealing your role could be a good idea too, as Town Protectives are a rather high priority to kill.
- If a killer seems to be irrational, attempt to provoke them. Keep in mind when doing so not to bully or spam.
- You could just rely on luck, as of course coincidences happen.
To get "Need Medical Attention?" you have to heal someone successfully.
- An easy was to get good quality tips on this is to visit the Doctor page, as healing someone is your main job.
- If a high priority target other than the Mayor reveals, like the Jailor, heal them. Killers will target them eventually because of such a threat they pose.
- If someone is rather helpful, heal them. Revealing information makes them dangerous towards killers no matter their role.
- Healing revealed/confirmed Townies is a good idea, as they are also a priority.
Getting "Where does it hurt?" requires 3 heals in a single round.
- Following the same steps as "Need Medical Attention?" will always help.
- You could rely on luck, as there are always coincidences.
- Persistent killers are your best friend for this achievement, as it doesn't need to be a new person each heal.
- Custom matches are great for this.
- Figuring out who the Mafioso is (if there is one) and teaming up with an Escort or Jailor can force the Godfather into the open.
- Teaming up with a Doctor and killing off the Mafioso with your protections also leaves the Godfather without a pawn to hide behind.
- Figuring out who the Mafioso is and getting a Vigilante to shoot them is a great idea, as it proves who the Vigilante is as well as getting the Godfather to be the killer.
'Bulletproof' takes precise timing and careful guesswork to figure out when you'll be attacked.
- A possible strategy is to play like a Survivor, focusing only on living until the achievement is yours. This may be considered game throwing not going to the most obvious target to protect.
- Asking a Vigilante to help you along can work, but it would cost the Vigilantes time and bullets.
- Making yourself out to be a target/baiting can help get a Killer to target you.
- Claiming Survivor day 1 may get the more careful evils to target you, or get a Vigilantes shot on night 2.
- You could rely on luck for this achievement.
'I'll save you!' is earned through protecting someone successfully.
- You will have to guess who will be attacked and then protect them, so using regular Bodyguard strategies will work. Going onto the Bodyguard page can help you find specialized strategies for this.
- High priority targets like the Mayor and Jailor are likely to be attacked, and pretending that there wouldn't be a Town Protective on them can get risk takers to attack them.
- People with provocative names are likely to be attacked, so protecting them early game can help.
The easiest of the three achievements that can be earned by winning a game in which none of your faction is killed at night or through lynching is considered to be the Sicilian Mafia.
- A Consigliere will definitely increase your chances of getting this achievement since the Consigliere can easily identify Town Investigative roles and Town Killing roles that can find members of the Mafia. The Consigliere can also find Neutral Killing roles that the Mafia should not attempt to kill due to them having Defense, but should instead rat out in the Godfather's and/or Mafioso's Death Note.
- You want as much support from Neutral Benign and Neutral Evil roles as possible as they can greatly help the Mafia. For example, you can vote up a Jester and tell the Mafia to abstain so the Jester would haunt a role that could potentially harm the Mafia.
- If a Mayor reveals, hope that other killing roles will kill the Mayor instead. Bodyguards (assuming there are several Bodyguards in the game) will almost always protect the Mayor.
- However, if you have contact with a Witch, you can tell the Witch to force the Bodyguards away from the Mayor, leaving the Mayor vulnerable to a kill. Additionally, the Witch can make a Vigilante target the Mayor, killing the Bodyguard and leaving the Mayor vulnerable to kill. This is especially useful since it will also result in the immediate death of the Vigilante.
- Most of all, work as a team! Communicate at night, choose your targets wisely, and share information.
To get "Gag Order" you have to blackmail the same player 3 times.
- If there's a Townie who could have important information against you or your Mafia, this achievement is simple. Make sure the information never sees the light of day, and you'll nab this achievement soon enough.
- You can also blackmail a random player, but beware, you could blackmail an ally.
- Classic Salem is often your best choice, because in Coven games a Crusader could end your reign of silence.
Getting "Oops" requires you to blackmail a member of the Mafia.
- You need the help of a Transporter, Witch or Coven Leader.
- Always go to a Witch first, because some may see going to a Transporter or Coven Leader may be seen as game throwing.
- Try not to ask a Coven Leader, because they will find out your role. If they work out you were going for this achievement, half of your team or more could be busted.
Getting "Self Conscious" is often at the same time as "Oops". You will need to blackmail yourself for this.
- You will need a Transporter, Witch or Coven Leader's help.
- It's less risky for you to ask a Transporter or Coven Leader in this case, because only your role will be outed in the case of a Coven Leader.
- Make sure your team is happy for you to possibly out yourself to the Coven Leader because some will definetley see this as game throwing.
Getting "How'd that happen?" involves you investigating the Godfather.
- You need a Transporter, Witch or Coven Leader for this achievement.
- Try making sure your game has both a Godfather and a Mafioso, or else you'll be on a timer.
- Go to a Witch if possible. Your second choice would be a Transporter, pretending to get "Who am I?".
- If you go to a Coven Leader, make sure your Godfather and other Mafia members are on board. It will most likely out both of you.
To get "Uh Oh", you have to find a Veteran.
- Unlike the name suggests, you do not have to visit them on alert. So don't waste nights trying to be killed.
- Investigating Veteran claims can either lead to either a Veteran who hasn't scored a kill or an evil role.
- If a Veteran does kill people, they often reveal it was them. Investigate them and it's sure-fire to find the Veteran.
To get "Kill him, quick!", you have to find the Sheriff.
- Anybody majorly contributing to the Town could be a Sheriff waiting for info on your team mates.
- Sheriffs will out themselves if they've found a Neutral Killing or a fellow Mafia member. You have a clear path once they find either one of those.
- Sheriffs may try to lay low, so investigating quiet players may work too.
- To try and hit the Serial Killer, role block anyone the Mafia finds has Basic + defense. Make sure your teammates are on-board with this, as trying to get the achievement may be seen as Game Throwing. Make sure if it's not a confirmed Serial Killer in the role list, to let the Serial Killer kill someone before you role block them.
The achievement "Slippery Chameleon" is rather easy to get, and if you play your cards right you can get it with "Master of Deceit" through the same strategy.
- Simply disguise every night, and avoid players that may seem to be a Veteran, or even targeted by a Werewolf, if you cannot reliably claim there isn't a Werewolf in the game. After three nights, you will have "Slippery Chameleon", and if you do happen to die afterward, you will get "Master of Deceit".
"That was pointless" (frame a member of the Mafia) and "Whoops" (frame yourself) are two hard achievements that are commonly earned together.
- The only way to get these is using a Transporter or a Witch.
- You'll only get "Whoops" if a Witch controlled you to frame yourself.
For the "On Strike" achievement (win the game without cleaning any bodies), it is effective for you to still have the Mafia doing their business successfully.
- You may need a Forger in your place, as having a senseless Last Will is almost the same as having no Last Will.
- It is also possible to get this achievement if you die early but the Mafia still win, so don't leave if you die!
- It may be tempting to ask a Witch to help you clean yourself, but note this is gamethrowing unless you will win anyway or your Mafia friends agree with it. This almost always is achieved accidentally.
- Rainbow Mode for Arsonist, Survivor, Amnesiac, Serial Killer, and Witch.
- Classic Mode for Executioner and Jester.
- Custom Mode or Rapid Mode for Vampire and Werewolf (ask for them to be added to the role list.)
"I Am Who I Am" is an achievement that is extremely difficult to earn in certain modes and extremely easy in others.
- This achievement is the easiest to get in All Any and Rainbow Mode because there must be another Amnesiac who must die before you, AND you must live long enough to remember Amnesiac.
- Do not try to get this achievement in Ranked, instead, try Custom Mode, All Any, or Rainbow Mode.
"Still Neutral" also depends on the role list.
- If there is no Survivor, this cannot be acquired.
- To gain this, try playing Rainbow Mode. There are more Survivors to remember and Amnesiacs to be.
"Taking Sides" should be earned at the right time. (ie. when the Mafia have a majority or you feel like supporting them.)
- If you select a Random Mafia when all of the members of the Mafia have died, you will remember yourself as a Mafioso since you are promoted, along with gaining the achievement.
- With the large quantity of killing roles, you are likely to get attacked if you used your bulletproof vest the first four nights. Winning with a Serial Killer is harder; try paying attention to player's role claims, players who have Defense, and who claims to have been repeatedly controlled by a Witch.
To get "Not Afraid" (win without using a bulletproof vest), you should claim to be a Survivor on Day 1 and claim that you will not use your bulletproof vest the entire game.
- There have been reports of bugs where a player chooses to use their bulletproof vest, then change their mind before the night is over (and the game registers it as not using a single bulletproof vest the rest of the game), but still do not earn this achievement. Attempt to avoid clicking the button to use your bulletproof vest unless you are sure that you should use your bulletproof vest.
"Kevlar" (have your bulletproof vest save you from death) can be earned simply by using your bulletproof vest when you think you may be attacked.
- However, if a Vigilante or/and Doctor is looking to be confirmed, you could ask to be shot and then use your bulletproof vest to earn both the Town's trust, get an achievement, and confirm a Vigilante. Just hope an Escort or Consort doesn't join in on the fun.
To get "Disco Inferno" (igniting 5 or more people in one night), you'll need to douse 5 or more people before igniting them later.
- Additionally, dead people who were doused earlier will still be counted when you ignited, so don't worry if your target was dead the next day. Be patient and don't bring suspicion onto yourself!
- Also be careful: a Lookout will see your visits, a Bodyguard will kill you if you were caught dousing people, so make sure to douse them first.
Acquiring "It's Getting Hot in Here" (where you need to ignite yourself), you'll need to be doused by another Arsonist and not clean the gas off you, then igniting.
- Afterward, press the button next to your name to ignite all doused targets. You'll be ignited immediately and get the achievement. You will die, but hopefully, the other Arsonist can save the win, allowing both of you to claim victory.
- This also works when another Arsonist ignited you after you were doused.
- You should play on Rainbow Mode or All Any to get this, then continue to douse people as usual before igniting them. Remember, if another Arsonist has already doused them, you could just ignite them immediately.
- You do not have to totally convince the Jailor that you are innocent, only that the risk of executing you is greater than the reward.
- Try to claim a Town role, as many Jailors will execute any Neutral claims. Survivors and Executioners are common claims for a Serial Killer and a Godfather to explain your Defense. If the Jailor executes a Townie, he loses all remaining executions, but if he executes a Neutral role, he will only use one execution and will have eliminated a player that could potentially harm the Town.
To earn "Rampage", try playing a game mode with a lot of visiting roles, like Custom Mode, All Any, or Rainbow Mode (if you can manage to be a Werewolf in that Game Mode, it is rather unlikely. If you want this achievement from Rainbow Mode, you will need scrolls for it be in a timely manner.)
- Try visiting anyone who is suspicious and will be visited by a lot of Town roles, or someone who talks a lot or is helpful to the Town, as many evil roles will most likely visit them.
"Triple Threat" is rather complicated and requires a lot of decision making.
- As modes like Ranked and Ranked Practice cannot have 3 Neutral Killing roles, this achievement must be gained in either All Any, Rainbow (with lots of luck), Custom, or Rapid Mode. Custom Mode would be your best bet as, if you are the Host of the game, you can make the role list have a Godfather in it, as the Godfather cannot attack unless there is no Mafioso.
- Try attacking those who are very active and harmful to evil roles, as these people will most likely be killed off by evil roles.
- If you think the Godfather may be attacked by a Serial Killer and doused by an Arsonist, or some other way around, you may want to risk attacking the Godfather, but be wary that you might not get the achievement and ruin your chances to get it later in the game.
"Jailbreak" is also rather difficult, as you must be suspicious enough to be jailed, or simply randomly jailed, but not suspicious enough to be executed.
- Obviously, you need a Jailor for this role to work, so Ranked, Ranked Practice, or Custom Mode are your best bet for this.
- Make yourself appear on the Jailor's radar, either by not talking enough, talking too much, or some other action. Just get the Jailor to jail you above all else. Once jailed, make sure they do not execute you by delaying them or putting off their suspicion long enough for them to let you live.
- Have a Last Will ready for something that isn't easy to claim. Don't claim to be a role such as Medium or ESPECIALLY Sheriff. Claim to be an Investigator or Escort and have a Last Will to back your claim up.
- If you have to claim something that isn't easily confirmable in jail but is easily probable outside, like Mayor or Retributionist, or Spy, do so, but be warned your claim will most likely appear in the Last Will of a Jailor killed by Werewolf, and being unable to bring that claim to fruition will most likely end up with you dying.
- Don't change your claim.
- Claiming Sheriff and accusing your target of being a member of the Mafia (especially in Classic Mode) will probably not work, as you may be counterclaimed by another Town Investigative, or your target may convince the Town that he was framed. If you don't get your target lynched the day you make an accusation, you will likely never get them lynched (and will also not earn the achievement). If the Serial Killer or Mafia target you, they will know of your Basic Defense and may alert the Town in their Death Note.
- Claiming to be a Lookout and saying that your target was the only one to visit a Serial Killer's or the Mafia's victim might work, as your victim cannot claim that they were framed. However, as mentioned above, getting your target lynched that Day is critical, as the Mafia or Serial Killer may attack you and alert the Town.
- Of course, simply voting up your target might work. Some evils may end up voting with you, although successfully reaching a guilty verdict is highly unlikely. This works better with an inexperienced Town.
Getting "Live once, die Twice" (get your target lynched twice) is also difficult, since your target will be a confirmed Townie after being revived.
- To get your target lynched the first time, use the normal Executioner strategies.
- To get your target lynched the second time, try claiming that they have been turned into a Vampire. To make this claim believable, Vampire, Random Neutral, or Any must be on the role list. It helps if either a Vampire or a Vampire Hunter has died (Vampire Hunters only appear in game with at least one Vampire). Claiming to be a Lookout and saying that your target was visited by a confirmed Vampire might work, unless you have already claimed another role (possibly to get your target lynched the first time) or if players have concluded that you are an Executioner.
- You may also hope that your target lives until a faction has the majority or that your target gets into a 1v1v1 situation, then ask the Mafia or other team to lynch your target to get the achievement.
Getting "Popular Target" requires you to be attacked five or more times in the game. To do that, you would need to lure the Mafia, Serial Killer, Vampires, and Vigilantes to you. For tips on luring people to your home, see the Veteran page.
- Getting four people to attack you would only mean one more attack is needed. To do that, make the Jailor to jail and execute you, making up your fifth attack. For tips on that, see the Jester page.
- Control people every night, and force people into others who seem to be Veteran-baiting. Control any confirmed Town you know as well.
To get the A Virulent Plague achievement, you must have every player infected by day 5.
- Try to use a Coven Custom round with a lot of visiting roles.
- Play a game without many players. The less there is, the easier it is to infect them all. Coven Custom is also ideal for this as it gets not many players.
To get Invincible, you must have a Jailor attempt to execute you.
- Going into a gamemode with either a Town Killing, Jailor, Random Town or Any is essential. You must also have a Neutral Chaos, Plaguebearer, Random Neutral or Any slot along side it.
- You have to make sure you become suspicious enough to Jail after you become Pestilence. You have to strike a balancing act, and avoid the noose as much as possible. After this, make sure your false evidence for you is bad enough to execute for.
Getting Unholy Strike involves the same strategies as the Werewolf achievement Rampage.
- Play Coven game modes with a lot of visiting roles.
- Visit suspicious players, as a lot of Townies will visit them.
- Visit helpful players, as a lot of Evil roles will target them.
Getting Blood Lust is often by accident, as it's simply converting one person.
- All Any is good for this, or anything with a Neutral Chaos slot will do.
- Go for someone you think is Town. Hitting a Coven or Mafia member won't help you.
Getting True Blood requires you to gain a full team
- You have to either be the first Vampire, or the second Vampire after the first one has died.
- Blood Lust is also often gained along side this achievement.
- All Any is good for this.
Grave Endeavors involves having no Vampires die the whole round.
- Bite players you see are playing well, as they most likely won't get killed.
- Biting semi-confirmed Townies is a good idea, as they'll have Town Protectives on them. However, if a Vampire Hunter tries staking them, the jig is up.
- Another strategy could be to not bite anyone. If you believe biting someone else will cost you the achievement, you can try and survive alone.
- Don't bite revealed Mayors, because if someone tries whispering, or they have to vote, they'll be caught.
- Don't try and let everyone win if you have four Vampires. If it's a Townie and your whole team left, don't lynch one of your own to hand them a victory with you. Just lynch the Townie.
"A Helping Hand" requires the player to get the control target get stoned by the Medusa.
- This achievement is easy to get as it's a common strategy in Classic Coven.
"Influenced Infection" requires a Pestilence and a controllable target
- For this achievement you need to control a player to the Pestilence. If you find the Plaguebearer, keep him alive until he becomes the Pestilence and then control a player to him. This is easier in Classic Coven.
- If you find the Jailor and know who he may jail, control him and make him target the jailed person.
This is very effective if there is a revealed Mayor, as you know their role and can easily get them jailed.
Note: This achievement is bugged in 126.96.36.19901 as one could get the achievement even if they controlled the Jailor to a person who was not jailed. It's not confirmed if this has been patched.