ahippo wrote:And at worst if b.i.o turns out to be scum then we know who to lynch the next day.
ThinkSweet wrote:Wow, Wed deadline? Turbo is turbo
I'm not going to add to others rolespec, cos what little I am aware of has already been covered.
I'm very tempted to vote bio, just cos it's turbo & Day 1, but being a meta & bastard game, I'm also very wary of following the 'cop'!
Ok, so far I'm thinking Weiyaoli, bio & Lataro are acting reasonably Townie.
My possible scum list is:
Bio - if Az is correct
Az - I don't trust random cops, could be making it up to get bio lynched
ahippo - following a sus cop so fast
NaR & DrUg - for FOS on Sungura, just for happening to post some in jokes
Van wrote:I like simple games.
Dr Ug wrote:I think bio should consider investigating Az. It would be bizarre inexplicable scum play to claim cop and claim a scum result on a towny - so Az might actually do this as scum. However, he could also be telling the truth. If bio comes back scum, then we haven't lost anything as he would have been lying about having a cop. If he comes back town, we can believe his cop result and have more or less evidence of Az's scumminess.
Which is exactly why it would actually be quite a good (if ballsy) play. Similar to Vox saying "I am Kira" D1 of DN2.b.i.o wrote:bio has considered and will continue to consider investigating Az. However bio doesn't think Az is scum because bio thinks that claiming a scum cop result on a townie would be an incredibly bad scum play, and bio knows that Az is not incredibly bad as scum. As such, bio will not be investigating Az today.
Misnomer wrote:The Bio/Az back and forth doesn't seem much to base a lynch vote on - until we can get a better grasp of Az's sanity, I don't think we should vote for either him or bio atm. Which conveniantly leads me on to my next point as to what we should do with our D1 lynch.
I think we should lynch Angry Squirrel. Partly because I think its quite possible that AS may be being far more of a bastard mod than she originally implied she would. But mostly because I need to lynch the mod to win.
Yeah, I'm tigerlion, and I'm a militant atheist. Lynch the mod and I win and become a standard townie. My role is currently officially pro-town anyway, but I won't win with town unless I can win myself first.
So yeah, please help me lynch the mod. If you do, I shall be eternally grateful and you'll effectively get a confirmed town on your side. Ignore my pleas and I'll probably just spend the rest of the game sulking and being as unhelpful as possible. Please don't let it come to that - bitterness doesn't suit me.
Van wrote:I like simple games.
AngrySquirrel wrote:5. Under this follows a list of role-names you might encounter in this game. Some does not appear at all, some appear more than once and some roles don't have their name on this list at all. This list is all you'll get to know about the setup.
Azrael001 wrote:Yay? Only if you're proven town can we even come close to trusting that, if I'm right, then we have to ignore it entirely. I think that investigating me would have been better.
Sruixan wrote:I'm not so sure I'm happy with your claim now, b.i.o. A daycop power right out of the box is perhaps far-fetched even for a game of this standard and Az is quite right - it would have been much more useful had you investigated him. Why did you not?
b.i.o wrote:Sruixan wrote:I'm not so sure I'm happy with your claim now, b.i.o. A daycop power right out of the box is perhaps far-fetched even for a game of this standard and Az is quite right - it would have been much more useful had you investigated him. Why did you not?
There are no nights: any cop is a daycop, and so my having one right off the bat is no less plausible than a normal cop.
b.i.o wrote:I did not investigate Az for the reasons I gave in my last post: I judged that the result was more likely to be harmful than helpful to the town.
Lataro wrote:Apparently, my noticing AZ's odd posting style netted him an investigation. I've no clue whose meta that could be but Amy seems to think she does know.
Not A Raptor wrote:I'm rather leery of that proposition. Who's to say that you won't take AS's place or cause the game to come to an abrupt end? I believe your win condition, at the very least. Besides, priority one is: lynch scum. Priority two is: lynch more scum. Maybe if you can make a good case that AS is scum... Hell, maybe if the person with the AS role (if that exists) is scum, we both come out better for it if that person is lynched?
weiyaoli wrote:That said, I don't think or believe militant atheists are going to be entirely just town which would allow for a win easily early on as long as everyone votes and lynches the mod. On the other hand, they aren't often scum either so I'm thinking it is likely that he is independent and not town as he claims to be. In any case, we could very well put it off if we find that he does also win with town until later in the middle-game not D1 where we would get NO information from it at all except for one more confirmed townie.
Sruixan wrote:Misnomer's claim of Tigerlion and militant atheist must presumably fit, since expert eyes have been cast over it and no holes have been picked in its believability. The problem, as far as I see it is that we have no guarantee as to your towniness - the one game I've seen with militant atheists was Whackabanana and in that they weren't exactly pro-town, if memory serves. I can't help but think we could do better in terms of finding a candidate to lynch; I would have thought lynching someone who was playing would net more information than the death of the mod. weiyaoli makes the point that lynching the mod does not have to happen now, if at all, and that I can agree to.
Lataro wrote:I hate to break it to you, but it'll pry be not at all. We actually gain no new information from, and no offense to you, wasting a lynch on the mod. Ideally, you should of waited to a MYLO situation to make your argument for a mod lynch, which if town had no solid reasons to lynch anyone else, and more info might come from another round of actions, you might of been able to sell them on. At this point, as you've said, you want the mod lynched and won't be helpful until we bend to your will. This makes you more of an annoyance to us. You aren't a threat per say, but if you are going to stick back your statement of not playing ball til you get your way, you'll very likely end up being largely ignored. A better way to handle this might be to play ball in our collective interests, and down the road if we get an opportunity to get your your win, either though a MYLO were town has interests in not killing a player due to game circumstances, or if say, there are two town, one scum, and you (MYLO) even if the scum is known, you could pry get us to lynch AS first, lose a man to the kill, and get you your double win.
It really is in your interest to join our ball club, as we would be more willing to look out for you down the road like that, than if you acting like a thorn in our side. Just food for thought.
Van wrote:I like simple games.
This strikes me as odd.Misnomer wrote:Well that was unexpected.
Anyways, this should hopefully slightly allay fears that I'm a mafia-aligned militant atheist. Oh, and I'd like to take this opportunity to say that now that a scum is dead, we can afford a mod lynch.
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