Vytron wrote:This is helpful because we can have two lynches per day, at least, by voting normally and then underline-voting for Suzaku's target. Then, if Suzaku doesn't carry out the kill it's because we underline-voted one of this scumbuddies.
So the best course of action is to use Suzaku as a second lynch, but this only works if everyone becomes killable.
Yeah, I don't like the idea of using kills as a second lynch at all. In most games, I'd be all for it, but this one has two complications:
1. Are we also going to use Marco/HBCYOLOSWAG's and Oscar/roadie's kills as lynches also to give us 4 lynches day 1? Trying to vote for 4 people at once leaves way too much leeway for scum to influence the votes. Not to mention the fact that not everyone will comply. Whoever we tell Oscar to kill will simply vote for Oscar to nullify the kill.
2. ConMan has a secret role. If I had to bet, I'd put in something to discourage stuff like this. What if he's a bus driver/redirector and happens to be non-town? If he knew 3 NK targets, he could redirect the one that influenced him the most to go wherever he wanted it to.
I would give townie points to people voting Suzaku as I think I prefer Suzaku kill and Oscar killing N1, and I think I prefer Marco to kill or protect rather than vote D1, because I want at least 2-3 deaths after the first cycle so that we can actually start good scum hunting tomorrow, and so we have the highest chance of killing all Aliens pre-D6.
jimbobmacdoodle wrote:@Snark - I'm up for voting someone randomly, more or less, so please tell me who to vote for for the first portion of the game. I will of course probably move my vote later.
Also, it's obvious if there are Druids out there that they should claim now. (For the unitiated, Druid lynch D1 is better than lynching town, then we lynch the other Druid whenever we have a lynch to spare, no one has incentive to NK a harmless Druid in the mean time). If an Alien mind controls a player whose vote is currently worth 0, are they forced into doing the night action if possible? Or does voting with a 0 worth vote fulfill the requirement?