A lot has happened within Vitalis again this month. Although on a sportive level there has been training in a modified form, unfortunately there have not been any matches. Luckily, Vitalis is richer than just sports and there hasn't been a standstill on the social level.
Shotya, the Vitalis shooting game held many Vitalist in its grip and finally Gerbrand won. With the effective collection of bonus points, 3 kills and at the end signal still on the sidewalk of his 4th victim, makes him a rightful winner.
Playing games did not stop at Shotya alone, because there were also alive werewolves. Every night an innocent civilian was eaten by the bloodthirsty werewolves. During the day, the citizens tried to vote away the werewolves with minimal evidence. What began with a difficult start for the citizens, after the 3rd day a werewolf was voted away and the ball started to roll. The werewolves depended on the intelligence of the civilians and went down ingloriously. You can all sleep peacefully again.
Despite the fun games, the unveiling of the candidate board caused the most commotion within Vitalis. Before the unveiling, a pub quiz was played with questions from a wide variety of categories. After it was determined that the average Vitalis player has a good set of brains, the teams: "Huntersma & co" and "Socially incapable Michiel and the Chrisjes Bijen" took the first place. Then it was time for the unveiling by means of a very strong put together movie: https://youtu.be/pU6tjP_lZR4. This showed that the candidate board of Vitalis consists of;
-Thom of Kemenade, Chairman
-Robert de Jong, Secretary
-Yvon Schreuder, Treasurer
-Jeroen the Wolf, Commissioner Sport
-Martijn van Dijk, Commissioner Internal Affairs
-Inge Salzmann, Commissioner External Affairs