Viae wrote:Lataro had better come up with something good now (I believe I'm the last one to claim?), because I'm getting tired of the whole "Do EXACTLY as I say or Else."
Gopher of Pern wrote:Lataro wrote:I'm not against a Van lynch/kill, obviously. If I had to pick a second person though, my money would be on GoP.
Do you want to explain why?
cjdrum wrote:I... Don't even have a night power.
Either something is wrong with your logic, something is wrong with your power, or (most likely) you are scum.
So, the best assumption you can make is that scum randomly choose someone to lynch at the cost of one of their own members early in the game? Really? THAT is the most likely thing? REALLY? That'd be a horrible scum move, IMO. Lets ignore that for now though. Your first position is that there is a logical flaw in Iberra's post. Let's see...
Well, I just re-read it, it looks like their logic was, "I am a watcher, I choose cjdrum, the result returned was VZ" Hmm... I don't see how any possible logical flaw could exist in that statement. There was no statement that you were explicitly scum, no vote, or anything, just an open ended statement. Seems like a perfectly logical thing to me
IF Person A is a watcher AND they target a given person, THEN, they know who that person targeted. From their perspective, the conditional was fulfilled if truly claimed, so the result followed.
In sum, that is just plain wrong on so many levels to say their logic is wrong.
As to the power, that is valid to question, but by virtue of your (over) reaction, I'd say it's pry not the case.
And, you were already looking scummy from your little "I prefer scum roles. Oh, and this a PyP so yeah" thing. Whoever brought that point up, I commend you.
How is this in any way, shape, or form valid? I brought that point up by the way. I did so as an "This is an example of a possible townie spilling wine" situation, when they made the accusation that no townies spill wine on purpose, when they themselves did so. That was not in any way an accusation that they are scum based on that alone. This is just some hardcore BS.
So, without further ado,
For either false claim or false information, as well as likely to be scum.
So, you'd lynch someone who may have false information due to an aspect of their role, or it's interactions with another role causing them to have bad info? Really?
Misnomer wrote:Lataro, I'm not questioning your playstyle if you are indeed telling the truth - like with a miller, it is the right action. What am I am saying however is that it is an extremely conveniant cover for scum, and that even if you are honest, your role could easily do a lot more damage to town than it will do to scum.
Lataro wrote:I looked at it as far more townies exist than scum, last game, a ton of people had night actions, and I'd rather not kill a townie, however, odds were good that I would, so I claimed.
Ibarra wrote:Lataro wrote:I am, however, going to be nice and pro-town here in my first post and make thing clear. No townie should target me at night unless they want to die. Scum are free to do so though! In the interest of not killing a town power role, that's all I'll say on the subject. Any questions asked about this will be summarily dismissed by me. You can go ahead and lynch me for all I care, I'm not saying one word more than that on the subject.
The start of the game and we already have WIFOM... wow. I don't think town would go around intentionally adding WIFOM, so FoS.
Ibarra wrote:1-a) For alignment: Scum, as it's more exciting, but after last game's loss (American Pie Mafia) I'm not so sure anymore.
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