She opens her eyes, gleaming with a faint orange glow of the candle, and uncovers a deck of cards securely hidden within the folds of her robe. A deep breath, and she shuffles them with a vague sense of expertise, or rather, a sense of total familiarity. Memories of her dying mother passing on both the set and the authority to undertake the mystical career alone, would forever echo in her head as she prepares to do the job she was solely trained for.
The Psychic murmurs a short prayer, and brushes the cards face-down in a line. Facing down, her gaze lies upon them, all embellished with a crimson arabesque design, each representing a specific villager residing in Salem. The Red Tarots were the manifestations of the negative traits living within each of the townsfolk. With her fingers carefully resting above the cards, she picks three, the energy of which burned strongest at the present hour. Flipping the trio over, she studies carefully their contents, and proceeds to infer the possible individual, or individuals, blackened with a heart of darkness.
Ares, the God of War. It represented the trigger-happy Veteran, post-traumatic from his distant battles. The Judge of Power. It was a card representing their highest-ranking official, the Mayor. A swift aura of complete realization empowered her, yet she was now forced to comprehend the risks she needed to take. Gripping the last tarot of Hellfire in her hand, to accuse someone in their Town was to put herself to the possibility of being called a fraud, or even death. But to die, she concluded, has to happen to someone, if they ever wished for justice to prevail in their village.
- On non-Full Moon nights, you will get three names, at least one of which is evil. On Full Moon nights, you will get two names, at least one of which is good.
- If you are jailed or role blocked, you will not receive a vision.
- Reveal early on and ask for a Crusader on you. Often a Crusader will do as asked if they are smart, and you can easily start helping the town rat out suspicious people.
- Generally, the Psychic relies on the whole Town to be useful. Having fellow Town Investigative roles can help the Psychic even further by gaining information about the roles that are potentially evil.
- Writing confirmed Townies in your will may seem like a good idea, but remember that when your will is revealed, it potentially makes them a target for killers.
- Calling someone out as evil early on is generally not a good idea. One, you could end up guessing wrong and getting an innocent Townie lynched. Two, people could think you are an Executioner and ignore you. Three, a Psychic is a high-priority target for the Mafia so you will likely be dead within a few nights.
- However, if it is Night 3, a person has appeared twice, and one or two other people on those two visions have died, it is extremely likely they are evil. Call them out, or whisper it to a confirmed Townie.
- Narrow down your pool of suspects. Two of the given potential evil roles may be good, and their death may confirm their innocence. Also, the death of an evil role does not mean the other two in the result are innocent. Some results could potentially have all three names as evil.
- A Jester will appear as evil in your vision. This means that you should be more wary when deciding which people in your odd night vision should be hanged.
- If you are the among the last 3 players in a game alive on an odd night, you will receive a message saying "The town is too small to accurately find an evildoer!"
- If no other previously deemed good roles (see above) are left on a Full Moon night, you will receive a message saying "The town is too evil to find anyone good!".