vodean wrote:it would be great to hear from vio on all this... she usually never posts more than once a week, and sometimes it goes as long as 2 weeks. scummarining? i think so.
If you are going to try to use facts as evidence, at least get them right. You do realize that N2 lasted about five days. 10/12/12- 10/17/12
Oct. 3 - Oct 12 is 9 days- so a week in a half at most. You can't say that I went two weeks without posting in a recent game, since we don't post at night. Also saying I usually never post more than a week isn't accurate either. If you go back to Day 1, I am posting just about every day, and on Day 2, I am posting every 3-4 days.
Dates of my last three posts, excluding this one: 10/29/12, 10/24/12, 10/18/12
That's an average of 5-6 rl days between each one.
Date of my last post: 10/29/12
VioIet wrote:vodean wrote:it would be great to hear from vio on all this... she usually never posts more than once a week, and sometimes it goes as long as 2 weeks. scummarining? i think so.
I am not sure where you get these statistics from I have never gone more than two weeks without posting in any recent game. How many games have you even played with me?strike wolf wrote:Honestly, I'd be more inclined to vote jak but this behavior is actually fairly par for the course from jak. Same thing happened in Psychology mafia. if Jak thinks you are scum, he won't shift from that position unless you've been 105% cleared and game facts are either twisted or ignored. if you happen to think that Jak is wrong in his position (particularly to the extent of voting him) well you're probably scum to.
I remain adamant about aage , I am 95% convinced he is scum. Which is more than I can say about the other cases on the board.
I actually really like your case on Aage, however, I don't see it gaining any momentum today. It will be between Jak and Vodean. I agree that Jak is playing as normal, yet Vodean always appears extremely scummy to me. I can't ever give him the benefit of the doubt, and I don't believe his role claim. I also wanted to make another case on Victor tomorrow.
As to Jak and Vodean, I still believe that Vodean is the scummier of the two. However, lynching Jak will bring about more info. I may change my vote right before the deadline, if necessary.
By VioIet on Wed Oct 24, 2012 11:40 pm
VioIet wrote:vodean wrote:i never said outright that it was an active role. I am Paul of the cross, 3rd party commuter.
I realize that you may not want to keep me around, but my role also has a cryptic section about how St. Paul's following may provide me with information about some of the kills if certain things happen or something like that (again, very vague). the only info i got last night was that last night's kill was by the mafia.... im guessing that since St. Paul's following grew over time that my info will slowly get better.
Commuter is often a fake-claim. Doing a bit of bad meta here, but the commuter role has appeared 3 times in my past games, and all three times they were a fake-claim. Maybe a coincidence, maybe not.
But even if Vodean is telling the truth, I don't see this as a role really worth saving.
I do like the case on aage, and I believe it's worth exploring tomorrow.
Postby VioIet on Thu Oct 18, 2012 9:17 am
VioIet wrote:edocsil wrote:LSU replaces Mr. S.
That is slightly disappointing that no one was able to replace Squirrel before Night 2. This means that Squirrel/LSU was unable to use their night action during Night 2. He could've found out some good information for us.chapcrap wrote:Trying to think whether or not I want to share information that I have. It may be better to wait.
Tell me, what does everyone consider good odds for us to kill people? If we have two people and 1 is for sure town and one is anti-town, would agreeing to kill both be agreeable? I think it should be. What about if it's 3 people and 1 is anti-town and 2 are town? What percentages would you think are worth it?
I am guessing from this that Chap was given a group of names/people, either two or three. And he was told within the group of two people that one is town and one is mafia. He was probably told within the group of three people that one was mafia and two were town. The thing is- he doesn't know exactly which is which or who is who. He was just given a group of names.
This is interesting- and reminds me of the Stool Pigeon Variant. I doubt that Edoc made this game according to that variant, but interesting similarity, nonetheless.Victor Sullivan wrote:Fluff my muffins! I can't believe that.
What does this even mean? You are not into this game Victor, and I've had my suspicions on your since Day 1.