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new guy1 wrote:With almost half of the group dead, nobody dared be seen on the streets for risk of being killed or being the suspect of the next day's trials. Sneaking in the shadows though, there was much activity from many members of the group.
Gilbert slept inside his home, but was awoken by a branch snapping. He grabbed his gun and decided he would have more of a chance to ward off an intruder if he were outside, and so he stepped out of his house. He tried to concentrate, but couldn't hear anything with the waves crashing behind him. He decided to go into the woods and find his stalker himself, and started walking behind his house. He saw movement in the corner of his eye, but he was unable to draw his weapon to fire before he received a shot to the chest and another to his throat. He fell over desperately gasping for air which he could not conjure, and lost consciousness that would not return. His culprit ran away for he had another mission for that night.
new guy1 wrote: Elsewhere, a man sat watching his target. He suspected this man of being a killer, and was not going to allow him to complete any tasks tonight. He reared his dart gun to eye level and with gallant precision shot at the man, but missed. He moved forward and raised his weapon to fire again, but another miss. This time when he moved forward, he fell into a pit fall that the town had decided to set up to try to catch food. He easily navigated his way out, but he no longer saw his target, and decided there was no more he could do about it. If the man was dead, he was dead.
new guy1 wrote:A man was dead, but not in the same location. This man was in the forest with his throat cut. He was unfortunate enough to be coming home when he crossed paths, and with his untimely death, there would be no more protection from the killers in the night.
new guy1 wrote:Doomyoshi, Gilbert, Town Doublevoter has been shot!
Zimmah, Norris, Doctor has been stabbed!
Deadline is to be set at the 25th of June. Extensions may be requested. With 5 alive, it takes 3 to lynch.
DoomYoshi wrote:Test it on me. Tree stump is my favorite role anyway lol. Next time I am picking Wispy Woods as my character.
sheepofdumb wrote:Tonight is the night I will probably die. Doc is dead and unless saf can save my ass there's not much I can do. Now I can tell you that Neb is scum. That will finish up one of the killers. I also think that greg is the other. But it could be chuck. Either way town should win. Vote Neb
Nebuchadnezer wrote:As for me, I guarded sheep last night. Why? Zimmah was so obvious in his posting that he was doc, I figured sheep might need me on him.
gregwolf121 wrote:but before i post who i think is lying i too want to hear what everyones night actions were
thechuck51 wrote:Nebuchadnezer wrote:As for me, I guarded sheep last night. Why? Zimmah was so obvious in his posting that he was doc, I figured sheep might need me on him.
So how exactly where you needed on sheep? Zimmah could still protect sheep even though he (zimmah) was night killed.gregwolf121 wrote:but before i post who i think is lying i too want to hear what everyones night actions were
I didn't do anything last night. Saf blocked neb, sheep cop'd neb. neb protected sheep. What's your theory?
My biggest concern right now is that if the SK and mafia were to work together to get a mislynch they could eliminate the entire town by tonight.
safariguy5 wrote:Even if he is roleblocker, I can just as easily block him and have our blocks cancel each other out. Regardless of whether or not he is roleblocker, I would think we have only 1 mafia member and 1 SKer left. A correct lynch should reduce the number of NK's to one, roleblocker or not.
Nebuchadnezer wrote:safariguy5 wrote:Even if he is roleblocker, I can just as easily block him and have our blocks cancel each other out. Regardless of whether or not he is roleblocker, I would think we have only 1 mafia member and 1 SKer left. A correct lynch should reduce the number of NK's to one, roleblocker or not.
True. Depending on how newguy1 operates. Let's say for instance, I was the SK. And let's say you tried to block me last night. And let's say Chuck blocked you last night. Now, from the scene, you were blocked, and I was not. In other words, Chuck's block went through first. Yours was negated. Therefore, you have no chance of blocking chuck tonight...and sheep dies. Then you're left to wonder who is really mafia...
In reality, it's either you or chuck. If I was the SK, I'm not really a threat to town anymore, am I? Wouldn't you rather get the roleblocker out of the way, and avoid having to make a tough decision?
Since Chuck is my only real option, and by now it should be clear to town that he IS the mafia roleblocker...vote chuck.
I can't win anymore, but I'd like to assist in taking down that last mafia, please.
(fastposted by Greg)
I am not mafia. Lynch chuck, and there are no kills tonight. Let me know if you need me to fill in the blanks on how I know Chuck is scum (besides the fact he doesn't answer my questions, doesn't reveal his night actions and goes into hiding).
thechuck51 wrote:Neb, why in the world would we trust you? you've admitted to being the SK but now you would like to do whatever you can to help town win? I don't see you as the type of person that doesn't play to his win condition so I don't think you would just decide to help town unless it benefits you. If town mislynches today it loses. That's your only chance of winning. So i see no reason to pass up a sure thing because the SK has a hunch.
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