aage wrote: Nebuchadnezer wrote: edocsil wrote:
safariguy5 wrote:I feel like this is a role that can be tested, but then again it could be kind of costly to try and test it. Regardless, if it indeed is town, it's most powerful near endgame. I don't think we need to make a lynch decision on this today.
Kinda do. No lynches are not permitted. We could never really determine if he is town or not either.
7. You may vote ‘no lynch’ to end the day without a death.
So you favor a no lynch? Seems like we have a candidate for tomorrow already.
Jonty's role isn't overly powerful as mafia, actually, as his targets still have a choice whether they obey him or not. If two people come forward near endgame who are "forced" to vote someone, they can still choose to vote Jonty off and not lose their vote next round (as he'd be dead). If he is scum, he is now a puppet in the hands of town, but he will probably be dead when the lynch finally hits.
Quite interesting that Aage would take my comment as somehow being in favor of a "no lynch" vote. If I wanted to vote "no lynch" I would, don't you think? No, I was just pointing out how brutal edocs understanding of the game mechanics are, as he again falsely states that town can not vote for "no lynch." Clearly rule 7 says you can.
So, the two questions are:
1. Why is edoc claiming things are true without even reading the rules? Trying to mislead town? He has played long enough to know that each game varies and should read the rules. So, this isn't a rookie mistake.
2. Why did Aage claim that I support a "no lynch" and try to set me up as "a candidate for tomorrow already"? I'm clearly voting for Jonty right now. This seems indicative of mafia trying to discredit everyone else so that in future days they can make a case against them.
We've been on Jonty a few days, and it doesn't appear that he will get the votes needed. So we can either sit in this stalemate until deadline, or we can move elsewhere. So, I will follow my weak case #2. Unvote. Vote Aage.