Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day Two

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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby Bulvox » Thu Feb 12, 2009 11:54 pm UTC

well then, I'm putting my vote back were it belongs...on Tigion. unvote, vote: Tigion
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby Tigerlion » Fri Feb 13, 2009 1:37 am UTC

Bulvox, do you not want to play? Because it looks to me like you don't want to play. You drop out of a number of games, and then in this one, you just screw around with your posts that should be votes, except that they aren't, because you're trying to kill me in them.

Why does noone yell at Bulvox for these votes? Its the opposite of contributing, and there is 0 reasoning behind the votes.

I propose a better lynch target than myself or Sungura: Bulvox. I challenge someone to show me something he's done in this game besides slide along.

Also, Matthias, you've forgotten my vote on Sungura, but that's not important, because I am going to Unvote, Vote Bulvox.

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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby Wildcard » Fri Feb 13, 2009 9:09 am UTC

Spoiler:
CntRational wrote:
There-is-no-spoon wrote:I am going to follow my friend Silknor here. Let us look at CntRational. He is a relative newbie (in my book anyway) so my common sense tells me he might select Mafia and he does not contribute, so

Vote CntRational




Ah, I have been really busy as of late, but I will not use that as a defense.

Well, newbies would be more likely to choose town, because it is a 'safe' option for them, since they will not need to worry about cop scans and the like...

Cnt, you're scum. Nice try. I'm voting you and I cite the above (spoilered) as my reasoning.

Firstly: saying that you're busy but you won't use it as a defense is...using...it...as...a...defense. I won't mention this, but when you make such a contradiction within the same sentence, it doesn't actually earn you any brownie points for saying you didn't say it. Like I said, I won't bring this up. [/irony]

Secondly: I find it very odd that you do not use any PERSONAL reasoning for choosing townie, in fact you don't even say you ARE townie, you just imply it by making some vague objective comment. I do think newbies (at least *very* new newbies, which you are not) would be more likely to choose town, but I also think that it would have entirely different logic than you stated. I think it would have more to do with being easier than being "safer".

But that's quibbling, as the real scummy part about that line is the omission of anything related to *you*, such as "I chose town because I'd been mafia in ____ games and [blah blah blah]."

Anyways, I am relatively tired and disinclined to read through this post again before I post it. I hope it makes sense to everyone. In short, I think you are the best candidate we're going to find today. I agree with TINS, Amy and Silknor, although only TINS has voted.

Vote: CntRational

(Oh, by the way, Tigion, I think you're being a little harsh on the "Least Serious Player" for simply following his own personal meme. You don't think anyone else is going to take him seriously, do you? Of course, we might now that you're being so defensive about it...but Cnt is higher on my list.)
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby cntrational » Fri Feb 13, 2009 1:00 pm UTC

But I'm very open-minded/indecisive, and I don't really have firm opinions on anything! Really. >_>

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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby Azrael001 » Fri Feb 13, 2009 1:01 pm UTC

The exclamation point shows the lie. How can you have a firm opinion that you don't have a firm opinion about anything?
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby Bulvox » Fri Feb 13, 2009 1:04 pm UTC

Wildcard wrote:(Oh, by the way, Tigion, I think you're being a little harsh on the "Least Serious Player" for simply following his own personal meme. You don't think anyone else is going to take him seriously, do you?)
Sometimes one just has to mess around. This is one of those times.
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby Sungura » Fri Feb 13, 2009 1:09 pm UTC

Bulvox wrote:
Wildcard wrote:(Oh, by the way, Tigion, I think you're being a little harsh on the "Least Serious Player" for simply following his own personal meme. You don't think anyone else is going to take him seriously, do you?)
Sometimes one just has to mess around. This is one of those times.

<mess around> lickalicious strawberry </mess around>
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby Bulvox » Fri Feb 13, 2009 2:38 pm UTC

Sungura wrote:
Bulvox wrote:
Wildcard wrote:(Oh, by the way, Tigion, I think you're being a little harsh on the "Least Serious Player" for simply following his own personal meme. You don't think anyone else is going to take him seriously, do you?)
Sometimes one just has to mess around. This is one of those times.

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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby Sungura » Fri Feb 13, 2009 2:44 pm UTC

:P I'm not licking you. I'm licking the strawberry.
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby MartinW » Fri Feb 13, 2009 5:34 pm UTC

This game needs to move forward. I agree with what has been said, and don't have anything to add as CntRational didn't make too many posts.

Vote: CntRational

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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby Silknor » Fri Feb 13, 2009 6:16 pm UTC

I'm glad I'm not the only one to find Cnt suspicious. For the reasons listed earlier on why I suspect him to be scum:
Vote: CntRational
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby Sungura » Fri Feb 13, 2009 6:27 pm UTC

I think I did already, but in case I didn't:
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby crucialityfactor » Fri Feb 13, 2009 8:08 pm UTC

Vote : Cnt

I'll be gone for the next few days, probably be home sunday.

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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby MasterOfAll » Fri Feb 13, 2009 11:27 pm UTC

I think we still need a couple more votes to achieve a lynch, so I will also . . .

Vote: CntRational


I am not convinced one way or the other whether he is on the same team as me, but in the absence of a deadline, we have to lynch someone to have this game make some progress.
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby Tigerlion » Sun Feb 15, 2009 4:45 pm UTC

Wildcard wrote:(Oh, by the way, Tigion, I think you're being a little harsh on the "Least Serious Player" for simply following his own personal meme. You don't think anyone else is going to take him seriously, do you? Of course, we might now that you're being so defensive about it...but Cnt is higher on my list.)


I was just a little annoyed at the time, alright? I mean, that's understandable.

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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby Tigerlion » Sun Feb 15, 2009 4:46 pm UTC

Oh, fine.

unvote, vote Cnt

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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby MasterOfAll » Sun Feb 15, 2009 4:52 pm UTC

I do believe that is the required 8 votes for a lynch. Now this experiment can continue.

Now where did I put that PDA issued to me by the Whistling Experiment Overlord?
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby Azrael001 » Mon Feb 16, 2009 2:03 am UTC

He said that he'd be on and off for a while.
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby cntrational » Mon Feb 16, 2009 9:55 am UTC

<_>

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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby Sungura » Mon Feb 16, 2009 12:09 pm UTC

If he was going to be gone...he should have gotten a co-mod...
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby Tigerlion » Mon Feb 16, 2009 4:23 pm UTC

For a mini?

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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby Sungura » Mon Feb 16, 2009 6:36 pm UTC

If he was going to be gone for a while...yeah...
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day One

Postby Matthias » Mon Feb 16, 2009 7:00 pm UTC

Ahem. I wasn't intending to be gone this last couple of days. We've been on communications blackout because somebody died. My on-and-off period won't come for another couple of weeks, which is why I was hoping that the first dead guy--Hi, Cnt!--could hold things over for a few days during that period. If Cnt doesn't want the job--I'll send the PM here in a minute--I'll get somebody else.

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CntRational 1 (TINS, Wildcard, MartinW, Silknor, Sungura, crucialityfactor, MasterOfAll, Tigerlion)

CntRational has been lynched. Send in all night-action stuff to me. As a reminder, send me a copy of all your game-related PMs--and since somebody asked, I'll re-clarify: you can only send PMs to one person per night. You can send as many PMs to this person as you like. You can receive as many PMs as people care to send you.

I'll post something more flavorful later on, I just wanted to get the mechanical bits out of the way.

Oh, and I didn't forget your vote, tigs. TL=Tigerlion.

Update! Cnt accepted the offer, so send a copy of your night-stuff to him as well.
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Night One

Postby Matthias » Wed Feb 18, 2009 6:21 pm UTC

Paranoia. Accusations. Rational discussion of murder, presumably for the greater good of all. The debate among the "test subjects" raged on, until finally the required votes were cast. As the final return key was pressed, the voice from before blared out over the speakers in the lobby once more.

"Chevron 8 encoded. Test Subject Eleven has failed the test. Method of Termination--Shark Pool."

As the voice finished speaking, a trapdoor opened under CntRational's feet, and he fell into the void below, landing a few seconds later with a splash. Sounds better left to the imagination were cut off after a few moments by the trap door closing, and the remaining subjects were left with a slightly emptier lobby. The voice spoke up again.

"To all remaining Test Subjects--congratulations on surviving Day One! Refreshments will be served in your rooms during the Night phase while the lobby area is sanitized. It is advised to avoid the lobby area until instructed otherwise, in order to avoid a fatal and deadly death. All Test Subjects, please return to your quarters."


Still waiting on votes from three people. They have been pinged. Day Two will begin in roughly eighteen hours whether they've answered or not.
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Night One

Postby Matthias » Thu Feb 19, 2009 6:38 pm UTC

Morning came with the sound of doors swooshing open. Thirteen--no, they recounted, twelve--Test Subjects met up in the lobby. Shortly they realized that the person missing was Test Subject Five, There-is-no-spoon. Investigation of his room revealed a swollen and prickle-covered corpse, as well as several dead bees. After a moment of mourning, perhaps, they returned to the lobby. The voice once again spoke up.

"Good morning, Test Subjects, and welcome to Day Two. As you may have already gathered, Test Subject Five was terminated during the night phase. His affiliation was with Team A, code-named Town. In regards to Test Subject Eleven, his affiliation was also with Team A. To non-Town Test Subjects: keep up the good work! The data you are providing will be of great value to the Testing Center. Now, all Test Subjects please direct your attention to the center podium. The Testing Center Product Development and Testing Program offers a special treat for you."

After a moment, a sliding door in the center podium drew back, and a small platform rose up. Sitting on the platform was a jet-black electric ukulele with flames and lightning bolts laser-etched onto the body and neck. A cable ran from the body to an amp on the podium.

"The Testing Center Product Development and Testing Program would like to present Fascinating Device Product Number One-Four-Two-Two-Seven. Designation: Electric Ukulele of Doom, Pineal Gland Invigoration and Public Speaking. Feel free to make use of this Fascinating Device in any way except for escape attempts.

To all remaining Test Subjects: Good luck, and welcome to Day Two!"


Day Two... Start!
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Night One

Postby MasterOfAll » Thu Feb 19, 2009 6:45 pm UTC

Hmm, let's see if this give any additional info . . .

Examine: Ukulele of Doom
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Night One

Postby cntrational » Thu Feb 19, 2009 6:48 pm UTC

Ding-Ding.

Hello. This is the new Assistant AI-three-eight-two. I shall be happy to assist you during this test. Thank you.

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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Night One

Postby There-is-no-spoon » Thu Feb 19, 2009 6:50 pm UTC

Thanks for the game Test Subjects and mod's, it was fun.

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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Night One

Postby Matthias » Thu Feb 19, 2009 6:50 pm UTC

MasterOfAll wrote:Hmm, let's see if this give any additional info . . .

Examine: Ukulele of Doom

In this game, would you really expecting directions?

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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day Two

Postby crucialityfactor » Thu Feb 19, 2009 6:54 pm UTC

plays: ukulele

oh god oh god....

*braces for something bad*

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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day Two

Postby Matthias » Thu Feb 19, 2009 6:54 pm UTC

What song are you going to play?
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day Two

Postby crucialityfactor » Thu Feb 19, 2009 6:59 pm UTC

I believe I can fly.

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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day Two

Postby crucialityfactor » Thu Feb 19, 2009 7:00 pm UTC

But not in an attempt to escape of course.

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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day Two

Postby Matthias » Thu Feb 19, 2009 7:04 pm UTC

A voice from the amp accompanied the music as Test Subject Four played the ukulele.

"Sinusoidal wave detected. Effects synthesized. Disengaging Graviton Field."

As the song finished, the gravity in the lobby disappeared, and the Test Subjects began to float.
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day Two

Postby crucialityfactor » Thu Feb 19, 2009 7:05 pm UTC

Does that actually have any effect? Or...did I just soil myself over nothing?

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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day Two

Postby Matthias » Thu Feb 19, 2009 7:08 pm UTC

Yes.
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day Two

Postby Azrael001 » Thu Feb 19, 2009 8:46 pm UTC

So, we're floating now. Interesting. What now oh great bard? Perhaps the song: Like a rock?
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day Two

Postby Bulvox » Thu Feb 19, 2009 9:07 pm UTC

Azrael001 wrote:So, we're floating now. Interesting. What now oh great bard? Perhaps the song: Like a rock?
I'd rather not, but what about The Logical Song?
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day Two

Postby Azrael001 » Thu Feb 19, 2009 9:43 pm UTC

Now there's an idea.
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Re: Mini: Whistling In the Dark--Day Two

Postby crucialityfactor » Thu Feb 19, 2009 10:10 pm UTC

I KNEW I should have played Kokomo...we'd totally be partying it up with the muppets right now...


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