How to Play wikiHow Roulette
wikiHow Roulette is a fun, unpredictable party game based on this website. Players have to go to a random wikiHow article, and complete the activity described in the guide. Anyone who fails to do so loses!
Gather a small group of around 4 to 6 people and suggest playing the game.Explain the rules that are listed below to everyone that wants to play.
Navigate to wikihow.com on your mobile device or computer.Each player can be connected to the website, or one device can be passed around.
Locate the "Random Article" button on wikiHow's home page.On the mobile site, the button is at the very bottom and says "Surprise Me." On Desktop, it's underneath the main header on the right, to the left of the "Write an Article" button. Decide which player will take the first turn. Whoever is chosen will click the "Random Article" button and load the page.
The player states the title of the article they landed on aloud, and can either read it to themselves or with the group.When finished reading, the player must attempt whatever was explained in the article. For example, if the article is titled "How To Do a Pushup," the player must do a pushup. If the player refuses to try the action or activity, they lose and the next player begins their turn.
Keep score.Score can be kept in several ways, as follows:
- Each player has a set number of strikes, and skipping an article counts against them. The last player to have strikes remaining wins.
- Successful completion of the activity in the article awards a point, while failure does not, or counts as a strike. The player with the most points at the end of the game is the winner.
- When a player chooses to skip an article, they must drink from whatever alcoholic beverage is present. When they reach a point where they choose not to drink, they are eliminated. The last player standing wins.
Decide how to deal with infeasible articles.From time to time, a player will land on an article that cannot feasibly be accomplished within the game's setting (i.e. "How to Become a Doctor" or "How to Learn a New Instrument"). In this scenario, the player may reroll for another article immediately, or lose their turn with no consequences. However, the rest of the group must concede that the activity cannot be completed.
Play with optional modifiers!WikiHow roulette can be changed to fit however you'd like to play. A few examples of optional rules you might choose to play with are:
- Enacting special conditions for certain articles, topics, or title words. For example, landing on this page (How to Play wikiHow Roulette) might mean that everyone drinks until the bottle is empty.
- Giving each player a number of mercy skips that don't count against them.
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- wikiHow Roulette is best played at parties with small groups, although it can be played with as few as two people.
- If alcohol will be involved, make sure every participant is aware.
- Decide on the rules before the game. This way, no player will be able to gain an unfair advantage.
- Be safe! Exercise reasonable discretion when playing wikiHow Roulette. If an article's activity presents a risk of danger, consider carefully before attempting it.
- If alcohol is involved, be responsible. Never drink more than you can handle.
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