Three high school friends have a love interest in the same classmate (the Lover). First, each Friend writes down four cultural / ethnic groups their character belongs to and each Friend assigns 7 points in friendship to all Friends and 3 in Love. The Lover frames scenes alternating between Friends in which the Friends flirt with the Lover. The Lover then introduces a conflict and sets the stakes. The friend rolls against Love – (number of underlined groups). If the roll is higher than Love, Friend narrate how the Lover is getting more feelings for the friend. If it isn't, Friend has two options: 1. Lose the conflict: the Lover narrates how they feel rejected; 2. Put a friend in a bad daylight by making an insulting remark on one of the groups the other friend belongs to. If the other Friend is offended, underline the group, remove a point of friendship with that Friend and add one point to the result for each underlining + 1. The other friend must narrate their pain. Game ends if a friend has Love 10 or one person has a group with more than five lines. Each character narrates an epilogue (Lover begins).
This is at least partly inspired by participative drama workshops by Augusto Boal.