roband wrote:Seemed to me like you had more of a problem with the wording of "chaos"
OK, here's my train of thought, which I guess I should have put in the post where I FoSed him (I thought my logic was somewhat obvious in context, but I suppose it was not):
"Wam thinks there was chaos last night?!? He must just be talking about the energy pulse? But that makes no sense, because the energy pulse means that there is NO chaos last night. Maybe he's talking about the chaos with yesterday's lynch? Or possibly mafia had a bit of a scare in night chat with getting their action in (or not getting it in at all)? Whatever he meant, I don't think other townies would describe last night as chaotic, which means he's more likely scum (plus he's defending Servant who I think looks most suspicious of anyone), but not so much that I think he's scum over Servant. FoS sounds about right."
wam wrote:If they had killed someone else I would be suspcious. For all we know, Servant of Christ is NK immune, or scum didn't put their kill in, or they picked someone else whos NK immune, or they were roleblocked as well (all points raised earlier in the thread).
The two most likely scenarios as I see it are: Servant is NK-immune or they picked someone else who's NK immune. NK immunity isn't a significantly townie role, so the first scenario doesn't make me feel better about Servant, while if it's the second scenario then you say you would be suspicious of Servant.
Note that I'm not taking the NK into account at all with my vote. I do think it's more likely that mafia kills strong enemies through NKs rather that framing them, but if there's ANYTHING else to go on, the NK result should probably be ignored. My vote is based on his cop claim without results, his offer to save JSO from the lynch, and his lurking.
ahammel wrote:I generally hate the "you survived the night as an outed power role, and therefore you're scum" argument because it's a good way to lynch a lot of cops.
I mostly agree, but I feel I should point out that if our meta is to lynch cop-claimers if they aren't NKed, that encourages scum to frame cops rather than kill them, so the cop gets one extra investigation (the night that they would have been NKed). So I think there is some value in the strategy. But again, in this case it's besides the point.