Already bonding <3
I'm calling it: Every player got told the exact same thing.
Hrrm... three cleaners in one space? This place is either badly in need of a maid, or the games masters are big fans of class inappropriate challenges.
They're just the maid service!
surprised they're cleaners; their clothes don't suit it. I guess they got their things taken too, but dungeoneering with your own volume in hair? maybe to hide things in?
I'm guessing he's an agility or strength-specialist - he seems fit, but not very smart. he's being rude, which isn't conducive to survival. he clearly watches death-games, though; he's seen Tobi before and immediately got an idea for how a death-game might use a child.
fox I'm guessing people. she seems unsuitable for anything physical(unless special beastfolk stuff), but seems affable. she expressed optimism (which might lead the others to take risks so she doesn't have to). also puzzles for canine smell or hearing would likely be impossible for people without them, but those senses are also useful for reading emotions.
@Whispers Ya gotta love it when the DM keeps fucking with you.
I wonder if the other contestants have been told if there is someone "who is exempt from all rules about killing"?
Nope. Look in page www.neorice.com/hoh_tobi_1013
There are four cleaners.
at least she's honest
@TheMegax I believe Brilliand is speculating that every role is a "Cleaner", i.e. the four (assuming the number isn't a lie) trap/puzzle specialists were told that "Cleaners" are trap/puzzle specialists, any close combat experts were told that "Cleaners" are close combat experts, etc.
Remember, it's a trust game. If everyone plays their cards close to their chest and just says "they told me I was a Cleaner" then they could all be misjudging each others' abilities, which puts them at a disadvantage compared to if they trusted each other enough to say what they can actually do.
Also, note that Tobi was told there were four "Cleaners", and then put in a group of just the right size for her to not be able to dispute the "I'm a Cleaner too" claim by simple math.