Aimless wrote:Well, look at this from a game theory perspective :
If you are right, and I am a lyncher, then we lynch you, I win and leave the game, and spin is the only player remaining. Thus, town wins.
If I'm telling the truth, you are scum, we lynch you, only spin and I remain, town wins.
The town wins either way.
On the other hand, if you lynch me and I'm telling the truth, scum wins and town loses. The only way for scum to win this game is to lynch me.
spin, look at your win condition. If you are town, lynching LSU is a guaranteed win for you.
Or spin look back at the rest of the game and see whom Aimless was targeting (the day cop as well as a "later" mafia scum. He has claimed to be a forensics investigator as well as a lyncher. He changes his role more often than Britney Spears changes her underwear(she doesn't seem to wear any). Why would he have been targeting the day cop for so long and thought it was a good deal for the cop to give himself up to the scum in exchange for making a scum die. the cop is one of the most important roles for the town yet Aimless wanted him dead early on.