Over the years, players have created Mafia variants that include additional rules. Some of these are listed here. If there are as many mafiosi as innocents in the day-phase then a mafia victory is declared immediately, under the original Mafia rules. Other variants suspend this rule, and only declare the game after every member of one faction has been eliminated: this makes the game easier to explain, and to run.
Nominees for lynching may be allowed to make a speech in their own defense. Usually, each player must vote, can only vote once and cannot vote for themselves. But some variants have a more complicated process of selecting players to be executed. Davidoff's original 'Mafia' allowed multiple day-time executions per day , each needing only a plurality to action. Voting variants abound , but any lynching usually requires an absolute majority of the electorate, or votes cast.
So the voting is usually not by secret ballot for multiple candidates with the highest vote count eliminated; it is more usual for the voting to be openly resolved either by:. Deadlocked elections can be resolved by lot  or by killing the player with the scapegoat special role. The special case of one mafioso and one innocent remaining can be decided randomly  or be ruled a Mafia win—this is more usual in live play. The Innocents can choose not to kill anybody during the day.
Although commonly unsure of Mafia identities, the Innocents are more likely to randomly kill a mafioso than are the Mafia at night. Therefore, not lynching anyone even at random will typically favor the Mafia. Some variants require all Mafia members to choose the same victim independently for a kill to succeed.
This can be achieved in the following ways:. In some online versions of the game, a particular player the Godfather or a designated mafioso must send in the kill. Another variant requires the night-time vote to be secret and unanimous, but allows multiple players to be added to the execution queue to ensure unanimity. Multiple, independent groups of mafia or werewolves  act and win independently, giving faster game-play and the potential for cross-fire between the factions. In this variant, players are given two cards: the first contains their role, the second an attribute.
Attributes were originally derived from roles that could apply to both Mafia and Innocent alignments such as Bulletproof cannot be killed at night , Mayor has two votes in the lynch , and Siamese Twins more commonly known as Siblings or Lovers. The difference from a standard game of Mafia is that players are not initially assigned roles, but rather on each day are given the probabilities describing the game's current quantum state.
Each player with a non-zero probability of being a seer or a werewolf performs the appropriate night actions which may not be effective if it is later determined that the player did not have that role. When a player is killed, the wave function collapses and the players are given updated probabilities. Traditional Mafia re-envisioned and heavily modified by the Copenhagen Game Collective to be played in a subway metro. In this variation, players who are 'lynched' are kicked off the train at the next stop , and must wait in shame for the following train — a kind of 'afterlife' train — to join a second, interwoven game.
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A location-based mobile gaming variant for Android , designed for city center play. The two factions are: the Rebels, the majority; and the Spies, the informed minority. The rule-set replaces expulsions with scoring by round. Each player is assigned an individual mission each round. Some missions are critical and if one of those fails, the round goes to the Spies, but only one player knows which missions are critical.
In this standalone game published by Bezier Games, players only "sleep" and close their eyes for a single night at the beginning of the game. They then have a single day of discussion, with a single lynching. No players are eliminated as the game progresses. There is no moderator, so everyone gets to participate as a member of the town or village. When playing this game, three more role cards are used than the number of players; when everyone is randomly dealt out their card the three extra ones placed in the middle of the table.
To begin the game one of the players, with eyes closed, will act as the "caller" on the single starting night, going through the nighttime roles once: Werewolves and Masons if in play will identify each other, the Seer will examine one player's card or two of the middle cards, the Robber will steal another player's role card and replace it with their own, the Troublemaker will blindly swap two players' role cards, the Insomniac wakes up to check if their role card has been swapped, etc.
The game ends on a single lynching vote, with the villagers winning if a single werewolf is caught, and the werewolves winning if no werewolves are killed. This game can be played with as few as three players. Play time can be as quick as five minutes per game . This is an advanced version of Mafia that takes place during the Salem witch trials. It involves several different roles from multiple factions. Every single player is assigned a role. There are no "innocents" people who have no special role but are aligned with the Town.
Besides the Mafia and the Town, there is also a separate, "neutral" faction whose roles are usually not aligned with either faction and have their own goals. For example, the Executioner needs to get someone lynched during the day, the Jester's goal is to be hanged during the day must convince the town they are an evil role , the Survivor must simply stay alive until the end of the game, and the Arsonist must be the last person standing. Mafia can also be played online. Games can be played on IRC channels , where a bot assumes the role of a game moderator and the interaction of players is conducted via textual communication.
Since , many other Mafia game sites were formed. These sites are attempts at reproducing the live Mafia games, and the duration and the mechanics of the games are about the same as when the game is played traditionally. Playing mafia-like games online opens the possibility of long lasting games, such as the ones on forums.
In such games, one day in real life usually corresponds to one day within the game, so players log in each morning to see who was killed during the night phase. The online games have several advantages. There is no need to gather many people in the same room, so organizing and playing a game of Mafia is faster and more convenient. Removing the human moderator and the need for players to close their eyes removes the possibility of accidental revelation of information. Online play also allows role mechanics which would be too cumbersome to use in a physical version of the game.
A drawback of online play is the lack of direct face-to-face communication, which many consider the most important aspect of Mafia. Some sites organize Mafia games with web cams, so that face-to-face communication is preserved. The long lasting online mafia games that are usually played via online forums do not necessarily have this drawback. People who communicate via forums usually do not know each other in real life. In a traditional Mafia game, all of the players are in one room. There is no way to communicate with another player in private. With online games, this is not the case.
Many Mafia game forums and game sites have rules that mandate that only one channel of communication must be used for all game related discussion. These rules are obviously only declarative as there is no way of enforcing them efficiently. It is especially difficult to enforce such rules during long games with players who communicate with each other in person in real life. All forums support different kind of game setups, so it is feasible to organize a forum game without the restrictions on private messaging.
A particular problem for these rules is trying to prevent "dead" players from participating in the game. Since, in general case, this breach of rules cannot be proven, the gameplay of most sites depends heavily on players' honesty and integrity. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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In the s, on the East Coast of the United States, the half-submerged city of Oakmont is gripped by supernatural forces. You're a private investigator, uncovering the truth of what has possessed the city and corrupted the minds of its inhabitants All Reviews:. Bigben Interactive. At the scene Nick makes some very astute observations, but does not reveal his own involvement.
When Captain Renard arrives the conversations between them are strained. Later that day Nick is called to Juliette's home where there have been reports of gunfire. Nick tells Juliette that he knows who the other person she's seeing is, but she doesn't say anything. Nick and Wu agree that the incident is to be classed as attempted home invasion with no injuries. Hank tells Nick that the Captain has been snooping around his desk and when Nick checks, he realizes that the key is missing.
He then receives a call from him arranging a meeting. The meeting place is the Postman's former house , and when Captain Renard arrives Nick punches him, and the two fight. During the fight Captain Renard woges into his Zauberbiest form. When the Captain gives the key back, this calms Nick sufficiently for them to talk. The Captain says that he would end the thing with Juliette if he knew how.
Nick tells him that he knows how and the two together turn up on Juliette's doorstep, and with her proceed to the Spice Shop where Rosalee mixes up the Infatuation Cure for Nick who drinks it, collapses on the floor and turns red. At the start of the episode Nick is still red and unconscious on the floor of the spice shop after having drunk the potion at the end of the previous episode.
Juliette want to call for an ambulance, but Monroe persuades her to wait. After a short while Nick recovers consciousness, and Rosalee leads Juliette and Captain Renard into another room while Monroe takes a small amount of blood from Nick's finger. Nick follows Juliette home to ensure she arrives safely. Nick and Hank are called to a bank robbery, where Monroe was one of the witnesses, Monroe tells the detectives that the robbers were Wesen who committed the robbery whilst fully woged. This is a problem because they have broken the most important Wesen law: the Gesetzbuch Ehrenkodex.
Nick and Captain Renard agree that they can work together to thwart the plans of the Captain's family. Nick receives a call from Monroe who is outside a bar frequented by criminal Wesen. Nick tells him to wait for him and Hank to arrive. When they arrive Monroe enters the bar and shortly a fight breaks out, so Nick and Hank enter the bar and collect the names of the participants including the bank robbers who Monroe recognized.
Next morning Nick and Hank head to the address for the robbers and discover that it is an abandoned factory whose only inhabitant is a homeless man who is afraid of "monsters". The homeless man tells them that one of them is named Gus. Reviewing Cole's record they find that he shared a cell with Gus Campbell, so head to his address where they find his body. On his boot soles Hank notices paint similar to that in the factory, so they head there. As they approach the factory Cole and Krystal shoot at them, and they return fire.
Nick arrests Cole while Hank arrests Krystal. While they are taking them into the precinct for booking Cole and Krystal are shot dead by an unknown assassin who is promptly arrested. Nick is having a meal with Hank, Monroe and Rosalee and they are discussing Nick's information about Captain Renard being a Royal and a Zauberbiest who woke Juliette from her coma. Next day when Nick, Hank and Sgt Wu are investigating the death of Molly Fisk , he notices the extreme redness of her eyes. At the grief support group where Molly met Andre the detectives find a witness who is able to help the police artist produce a sketch of Andre.
The detectives are then called to Casey and Kelly 's house where Andre has just attacked Kelly. Casey is able to confirm the sketch and provide a description of Andre's car. The car is spotted near a high school where another grief support group is meeting. When the detectives arrive they spot Andre and pursue him.
While searching for Andre they become separated and Nick is sprayed by Andre, initially he sees through a red mist and then goes blind. As they know that they are dealing with a Jinnamuru Xunte , Nick insists on going to the spice shop as he knows that the hospital can't help.
At the spice shop it becomes apparent that Nick's other senses have been enhanced, as he is able to hear whispered conversations. The car Andre carjacked to escape from the high school is spotted near Casey's home, and so they all head there. At the house they interrupt Andre attacking Casey and Nick chases him upstairs where he is able to find and defeat Andre using his newly enhanced hearing. Monroe scoops out Andre's eye and Rosalee then completes the cure and restores Nick's sight.
Nick is later seen massacring more fruit whilst blindfolded. Nick and Hank are called to the offices of a software company where Brody Crawford has been sliced in half at the waist. The detectives interview the other staff members and discover that they were celebrating a new game release. Painted on the interior wall of the building are the cryptic words "play my game", which means nothing to the other staff. While at Monroe's house Nick asks Monroe if he knows any Wesen who use acid, but Monroe tells him he's never heard of any. He then receives a call from the manager of the company, Dominick Spinner , telling him that the victim's girlfriend's previous boyfriend is named Ridley Cooper.
The next day the detectives interview him and his sister , but they were playing the game at the time of the murder. They determine that Brody's avatar was killed three hours before the murder. Nick and Hank go to the trailer and determine that they could be dealing with a Fuchsteufelwild , and if so, his name will likely be an anagram of "Rumpelstiltskin".
As Jenna Marshall remembered the name began with a "T" they go through the game user list compared to the list of anagrams and find the matching name " Trinket Lipslums ". The police set a trap for Lipslums and when he is lured into it, Nick and Hank surprise him and chase him to the roof where Nick calls him by name, and when he woges, Nick tells him that won't work either. Lipslums realizes that he's up against a Grimm, but is unable to accept defeat. Shouting that he can't lose, Lipslums throws himself off the building.
Monroe tells Nick that he mentioned the trailer to Juliette and she wants to visit it. Nick agrees to let Monroe take her. Nick receives a call from Monroe telling him that there is jury tampering occurring at the court house. When Nick and Hank arrive Monroe tells them that the defense lawyer Barry Kellogg is a Ziegevolk and using his pheromones to influence the jury. Back at the spice shop Rosalee finds a Geruck Gland Neutralizing Potion which if used would stop the pheromones. In order to collect some of Kellogg's sweat for the potion a woged Monroe chased Kellogg.
Next day Hank and Nick interview Kellogg in his hotel room while Monroe injects the potion into one of his toads. While everyone is celebrating the successful conclusion to the case in the back room of the spice shop, Kellogg enters the shop looking for help as his powers are failing and he doesn't know why. When Rosalee appears he recognizes and attacks her. Monroe woges and defends her, at which point Kellogg also recognizes him.
Nick arrests Kellogg for attacking Rosalee telling him that nobody will believe his story. Nick along with the rest of the precinct staff dispatch Hank on his first holiday for four years. Nick visits Juliette in the hospital after her car crash and she tells him that she can't see him any more and asks him to leave. Nick returns to Monroe's home where Monroe and Bud attempt to cheer him up by watching sports and drinking beer. During the game Nick receives a call about Jill Prembrey's body being found, so leaves to investigate. At the scene Sergeant Wu briefs Nick about the situation.
Thom is able to identify the site of the video footage, so all three head there to look around. At the site Thom picks up some rocks, and they return to find their truck has been vandalized. With Wu's help Nick arrests Markus. At the precinct Nick discusses the case with Captain Renard and they realise that the autopsy report on Markus's wife, who died 15 years ago, details injuries similar to those found on Jill's body.
They both interview Markus, who tells them that he wasn't attacking Jill or them. He also says that he has seen what happens when Volcanalis rises. Outside the interview room Nick and Renard discuss the possibility that there is another being involved and that they may have to do this "off the books". Wu then informs them that there have been some similar attacks around volcanoes on people taking rocks. Nick, remembers that Thom took some rocks, and Renard thinks that they should warn him.
Nick and Renard arrive at Thom's house to find Volcanalis attacking him, and they order him to stop. Nick shoots Volcanalis several times with no apparent effect, and then pursues him until he disappears down a grating. At the trailer Nick researches Taureus-Armenta and Volcanalis. The Volcanalis entry is in Latin, so they take it to Renard for translation, The entry states that a creature similar to Volcanalis destroyed Pompeii.
They decide to re-interview Markus as he probably knows more about Volcanalis than any other person. Markus tells them that he knows no way of stopping Volcanalis and that he could stay on the mountain until "hell freezes over" and still not stop him. This gives Nick an idea and so Nick, Renard, Monroe and Markus go to the mountain to collect more rocks, which they take to an empty warehouse where Markus tells them to put the rocks in the middle as that is what Volcanalis will go for first, and them afterwards.
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As he is speaking a small tremor occurs and leaving Markus in the center, the others retreat to the outer edges of the room. As Volcanalis arrives, Markus shouts for them to "do it now" and the others hose Volcanalis down with liquid nitrogen from tanks they prepared earlier. Once Volcanalis has solidified Nick hands Markus a sledge hammer for him to smash Volcanalis and avenge his wife. Nick is in the trailer trying to work where the map on the key could relate to, when he decides to consult Monroe.
He interrupts Monroe and Rosalee kissing and retires to his room embarrassed. Monroe follows him and the two determine that it could relate to an area of Germany. Next day he is talking with Captain Renard about the key when Wu interrupts to tell them that county have asked for assistance regarding some cattle mutilations, a possible homicide and that the witness thinks that Aliens may be involved. When Wu and Nick arrive at Robert Hadley's farm they question him regarding the incident and Nick finds a piece of glowing skin.
At the M. Wu then calls to tell Nick that there has been another Alien incident, this time an abduction. Nick asks Wu to investigate if there have been any other mutilations and what if any was their purpose. Wu calls to let him know that there had been 27 attacks starting in Nebraska, and that the ovaries had been removed from the dead cows. He decides to consult Rosalee at the Spice Shop.
When she hears about the mutilations and the number she produces a book and says that there must be two of them and that the female must be pregnant as cow ovaries are consumed to ensure foetal health.
Nick is unsure about giving them assistance as one of them may be a murderer, but is convinced by Rosalee's argument that the baby is innocent. After introductions are made, Jocelyn starts to go into labor, and so Nick returns to his truck to get a first aid kit and some blankets. Just before the baby is born Vincent returns. While Vincent and Jocelyn are rejoicing, George Lazure bursts in and threatens the group with a gun loaded with Sauver Sa Peau bullets.
Nick's revelation that he is a Grimm distracts Lazure enough for Monroe to attack him. During the fight Nick retrieves the gun and when Lazure returns fully woged Nick shoots him. Nick meets Hank on the return from his vacation at a diner and discovers that he has torn his Achilles tendon while zip lining with his ex-wife, Nadine. During their meeting shots are heard from across the street and while Hank calls it in, Nick rushes to investigate. As he enters the library he hears shots and discovers Anton Cole holding Khloe Sedgwick hostage.
He identifies himself and Anton shoots in his direction. Nick manages to force Anton to flee without Khloe and gives chase. Anton escapes by diving into the canal. Nick and Hank then interview Khloe and learn that Anton was her ex-boyfriend and that he had just killed her current boyfriend the novelist Evan Childs. Khloe thanks Nick for saving her, then kisses his hand. Wu then tells them that they have found Anton's loft, so they go there to investigate.
In the loft they discover lots of paintings of Khloe, and one showing the murder scene, which proves premeditation. Nick receives a call from Juliette inviting him to dinner that evening, and he accepts. Nick then visits Khloe at her home for a follow up interview, during which she kisses him on lips, then woges into her Musai form. When she realizes that Nick is a Grimm, she becomes scared and backs away.
Nick then receives a call from Monroe asking about his dinner date with Juliette. Nick leaves Khloe's house and goes to see Juliette.
At Juliette's house , Nick is brusque with her as he asks what she wants to talk about. While Juliette is explaining that she is slowly regaining her memory Nick is distracted by thoughts and hallucinations of Khloe. He leaves without eating.
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Nick returns to Monroe's house , where in answer to a polite inquiry as to how the evening went, is rude to Monroe and Nick leaves. Nick goes to a bar where Hank arrives to talk to him. While waiting for Hank, Nick draws a picture of Khloe woged which he shows Hank. When another patron repeatedly asks to show the drawing to his girlfriend , Nick punches him in the stomach and leaves the bar.
The next morning at the precinct, Nick tells Hank that the previous night is a blur. Nick is distracted and uninterested in anything until Wu reveals that they know what Anton was doing the previous night. Nick then leaves with Wu following. Nick arrives at Khloe's house where Khloe tells him that Anton is there and she wants him to prove his love for her by killing Anton.
The two fight, but Nick easily overpowers Anton. The officer stationed outside Khloe's house and Captain Renard enter in time to prevent Nick from beating Anton to death, although Nick still hits Anton whilst he is handcuffed. Back at the precinct, Nick is told by an officer that Anton has been processed and is in the cells. Nick then heads straight for the cells where he draws his gun and is about to shoot Anton when Captain Renard, Juliette, and Monroe arrive. Renard points his gun at Nick, saying that he can't save Nick if he shoots Anton. Juliette goes to Nick and tells him that she is there for him, just like he was for her.
Nick then throws off the effects of Khloe's kiss and hugs Juliette. Nick and Juliette arrive outside their home in Nick's car. She apologizes for her recent behavior and says that she wants them to try to become a couple once more, but to take it slowly. She invites him for dinner again, an invitation he accepts. Nick comments that although the home is trashed, the body of Lilly O'Hara is undamaged. When leaving the scene, Nick notices a man in a top hat among the onlookers. At the precinct Hank finds a death certificate for Mulpus, so the detectives head over to the morgue to consult with Harper, who tells them that Mulpus is definitely dead now.
She also tells them that all the usual drug tests have returned a negative result. At the hospital where Mulpus' death certificate was issued, Nick and Hank consult with Dr. Feldman who assures them that according to his tests, Mulpus was dead. He says that the body is probably still in the hospital morgue. The detectives visit the morgue and speak with the Morgue Clerk who shows them where the body should be. There is no body, and no paperwork much to the clerk's consternation.
As they leave Nick sees the man in the top hat again. They then go to see Lily O'Hara and find her missing, so they review the surveillance video, where Nick once again sees the man in the top hat, this time taking Lilly O'Hara out of the hospital in a wheelchair. Nick and Hank go to the trailer to research the zombie state, and find information about what could be causing the problem. They determine that it is the work of a Cracher-Mortel. While at the trailer, Nick receives a call from Monroe asking him to drop by the spice shop on the way home as he has something to tell him.
Nick and Hank return to the precinct to discuss the case with Captain Renard. At the spice shop Monroe and Rosalee tell Nick how they woged for Juliette, and that she'll either accept them or she won't. At Juliette's house, Nick knocks on the door and gives Juliette some flowers. They briefly talk about what she saw at the spice shop, then Juliette goes to put the flowers in water and Nick enters the house.
Nick and Juliette are finally having their dinner at the house. Juliette tells Nick that he does not need to knock as it is his home too. They then talk about recent events and start making out.
Renard tells Nick that his brother, Eric , is in town for an unknown reason. When Eric calls, Sean puts the phone on speaker so that Nick can hear the conversation. Just as Eric terminates the call, Wu enters and tells them about the disturbances all over Portland. When they arrive at scene, they are told that the perpetrators are upstairs, so they go through the coffee shop and upstairs where Lilly O'Hara attacks Wu, charges Nick, and leaps out of the window. Just as he is about to handcuff him, he hears something and draws his gun, but it's Hank arriving to offer assistance.
Nick decides that the best place for Al is the spice shop, so gives Hank his keys to bring his car to the rear entrance while he carries Al downstairs. Hank and Nick decide to leave Al with Rosalee and Monroe where after explaining that they think a Cracher-Mortel is involved, Rosalee is able to find a cure that works in the violent phase.
Nick and Hank leave Rosalee and Monroe to their concocting with the handcuff keys for Al. Back at the precinct the detectives discover that 19 people and a whole bus have gone missing that day. They hear a tape of Baron Samedi calling for assistance with his car. Because the make and model were known, the car is soon found, so Nick, Hank, Wu and several other officers go to inspect the vehicle. In the trunk they find some Voodoo style items and Nick notices that the car has been dumped near a container yard.
Nick returns to Juliette's house, and she asks him how his day went. He tells her about the Cracher-Mortel and the zombies, and apologizes for not explaining everything very well as he is not used to telling people about that sort of thing. Monroe calls to say that Al is awake and Nick says that he has to go out. Juliette asks if it is Wesen stuff and when he replies in the affirmative, she says that she is going along, as she doesn't want to be locked out again. At the spice shop, Nick questions Al and realizes that he was probably held in the container yard near the abandoned car.
Nick gives Rosalee his key to hide, and then they all start making more antidote. They head to the container yard and have a few zombies attack them, so they subdue them and inject them with the antidote, but more and more zombies start coming from all directions. Nick asks, "do you get the feeling we just walked into a trap?
Baron Samedi then makes himself known to Nick, who climbs up a container and chases Baron Samedi. When he catches up, the two fight. The Baron knocks Nick down and tries to open the top of a container and Nick tackles him into it. As soon as they fall inside, the Baron runs off and hides.
In the container Nick finds an empty coffin containing a passport in the name of Thomas Schirach with his picture. Nick then hears a voice and turns around to see the Baron woged. The Baron spits in his face. Eric meets up with the Baron later, saying Nick has a plane to Europe to catch. The two then look inside the coffin, where a pale dead-looking Nick is lying.
Nick's coffin is loaded onto a private airplane with Baron Samedi as the only passenger. Shortly after the flight begins, the Baron notices that Nick is attempting to escape from the coffin. The coffin springs open and the Baron spits on Nick again. Thinking it calmed Nick down, he turns around to return to his seat, but Nick attacks the Baron. Because of the noise created by the fight, the co-pilot comes to investigate.
Nick then attacks him and enters the cockpit where he attacks the pilot, causing the plane to crash. Nick is unharmed by the crash, and heads into the woods. After a while he comes upon a bar, which he enters and when one of the patrons challenges him, he proceeds to attack anyone who doesn't get out of his way, or who attacks him.
He leaves through the back door and continues through the woods until he hears a family arriving home in the near distance and starts heading toward their home. Nick breaks into the family's home by smashing the front door. He hears a noise from upstairs and runs towards it. He starts beating in the door to the room that the family is hiding in.
He is unable to enter as a bookcase has been placed behind it. He continues pounding on the door which attracts the attention of the pursuing Hank and Monroe. Just as Nick breaks into the room Hank and Monroe arrive and engage him in combat. Hank and Monroe lead Nick out of the house and manage to trap him under a hayloft, by having him fall through a weakened gallery floor.
When Nick breaks free from the room, he is confronted by a woged Monroe, a woged Captain Renard , and Hank. All three fight Nick, but Nick doesn't have much trouble against them. Juliette and Rosalee come into the barn and Juliette says Nick's name to get him to face her as she plunges the Piqure-Gigantesque containing the antidote into his stomach. Nick knocks her aside before she can depress the plunger and Rosalee rushes in to depress the plunger. Nick makes as if to attack her, but instead he collapses. Nick is taken to the spice shop, where he is handcuffed to a bed and given another dose of the antidote.