Players can announce their own occupations or dreams instead of the ones on the card.
Part of the fun of Stipulations is figuring out your favorite way to play. Lounging around in a big group? Ditch the writing with Too Cool for School. Craving a debate? Go with Closing Arguments
to argue why your stipulation deserves the win. Each remix provides a new way to
enjoy the game while crushing your friends' dreams.
Submit your own remix ideas to us and you might end up on in our remix hall of fame!
Lets Get Personal
The Bones have Spoken
Each player reads their own stipulation out loud
to the group. Players can defend why their
stipulation deserves the win.
Two categories are announced together
(e.g. I am a teacher with retractable claws).
Roll a die when drawing a Stipulation card. With a 1-4, you have to announce the corresponding category on the card. A roll of 5 or 6 leaves the choice up to you.
All Hands on Deck
Too Cool for School
The announcer also writes a stipulation and all players decide on the best stipulation by vote or by sharing all answers with someone not playing the game.
But I Don't Have That Many Friends
AKA: BIDHTMF. Players can write 2 stipulations each, as long as it is within the 90 second time limit. Works well in
groups of only 3 or 4 players.
Instead of writing stipulations, players get 90 seconds to think of one, and then go around the room sharing what they came up with. Works well with larger groups.
No stipulation can result in death.
An extra stipulations card from the bottom of the deck is awarded to the funniest stipulation each round.
Bonus point category is announced with the initial announcement (before stipulations are written).
We only included this so when you pitch the idea to a room full of hotties, it seems legitimate. You're welcome. Every 2 rounds, anyone who doesn't win a card removes an item.
This is bound to happen anyway, so might as well make it official. You come up with your favorite rules and let us know. Please drink responsibly.