How does the voting system work in Among Us?
The voting system in Among Us is a pivotal mechanism of the game and helps players establish who they believe the impostor(s) may be. Here's a basic rundown: 1. **Meetings and Voting**: When a dead body is reported or an emergency meeting is called, players discuss in the chat (or vocal chat if you're playing with friends) and voice suspicions about who they believe might be the impostor. After the discussion, a voting period starts where each player can vote for the person they believe is the impostor. You also have an option to skip the vote if you're unsure. The individual with the most votes is ejected from the spaceship. 2. **Tied Votes**: If two or more players receive the same number of highest votes, no one is ejected - it's considered a tie. 3. **Anonymous Voting**: In some games, anonymous voting might be turned on. This means you won't be able to see who voted for whom until the end of the voting period. As for strategies: 1. **Be Observant: While doing tasks, observe the behaviors of others. Impostors can't do most tasks and may pretend to be doing one. Check if the taskbar is moving up when they are pretending to do tasks. Also, take note of anyone that seems to be stalking others or being in places where tasks aren't located. 2. **Be Trustworthy: If you're a Crewmate, make sure other players see you completing visual tasks. This can establish your innocence to any players who are watching. 3. **Communicate Clearly: During the discussion period, be clear and logical with your speech. If you suspect someone, make sure you have concrete reasons and explain them well to your teammates. Remember, the goal of the game is to identify the impostor while preserving as many crewmates as possible, or to complete all tasks. For the Impostor, the goal is to eliminate enough crewmates without being detected. The voting system is a significant part of achieving these goals.