Not liking this. I can see how the misunderstanding could have come from town!Mark, but I don’t think it requires rereading a 29 page game to understand why. plytho, you know Mark’s usual content level, why ask him for a detailed explanation of something from a past game with only about 34 hours remaining, instead of prodding him for some analysis of this game? Something like this:plytho wrote:@Mark: why was the wincon stuff bad in alien warfare? Please be detailed in your explanation.
Oh, and please give examples from my recent games of scum!me being late with a reads list (Day and time remaining), and compare it to when town!me has given a reads list in my recent games.plytho wrote:@Bessie: could you do a reads list please?
Hmm, bessie being late with a reads list has been a scum tell before. The stuff with the post counts also has a rolefishy feeling to it.
Hmm, and where have I been role fishing? Point to one place I have tried to get someone to reveal their role. Why do you care if I run a post count, or prod people to post? Find something else to throw out there and see if it sticks.
Post count, including confirmation posts:
I think part of the issue is that you are now self aware of what other players might consider typical of you.Mark_Cangila wrote:I think it is pretty typical for me to act as if challenged. It's in my playstyle to act quite defensive when attacked. I showed it when the werewolf question came up in Meta Mafia.
It is not your job as town to stay alive. Your duty is to lynch scum. It is true that if you are town, you should try not to get lynched (because you want to lynch scum), but not if it interferes with your primary priorities of scum hunting and facilitating scum hunting.Mark_Cangila wrote:Mainly when people ask questions I always play to keep myself not-lynched as one of my higher priorities.
SuicideJunkie, thanks getting an avatar, it makes it easier to sort through posts. And you probably should compose most of your write ups in a word document, the forum is notorious for eating posts (I lost many in my early games).
Do not underestimate the unique advantage you have, reading all of us with a fresh set of eyes, instead of having years of entrenched meta to bicker through.SuicideJunkie wrote: Too many trees to bark up at, and they all look the same to me. I'm not expecting to be too useful except as cannon fodder, but by golly I'm going to try.
bessie – towniest townie
LaserGuy – can place himself anywhere on this list he decides to on D1
Sabrar – puppy
plytho – usually very townie on D1, but we have a history
SuicideJunkie – new guy goes here
BoomFrog – I think he prefers to be read as scummier on D1, but I usually start him here
mpolo – right in the middle as usual
Mark_Cangila – is trying to develop a hard to read/scummy meta
MasterOfAll – expect him to be a bit rusty
moody7277 – scummy meta but policy not votable on D1
wam – I’m not sure I have ever read him as town
Madge – well like yeah
Not the one I would have picked (if I absolutely had to pick one), but it is the one with the most words.MasterOfAll wrote:It was this one.bessie wrote:I would be interested in knowing which post you found townie. There are only eight so you should have time to find it before deadline.MasterOfAll wrote:Madge - I'm not going to go find it now, but there was 1 specific post she made that gave me strong town vibes
If you want to no lynch, you can vote “No Lynch”, as if “No Lynch” was a player. The two-people-no-lynch would require a vote of 6-6, not just a tie.SuicideJunkie wrote:2) The only way to get a no-lynch is for scum to unvote and/or revote such that there are only two people being voted for, and both are tied in votals.
LaserGuy, yeah, I should work on that Woof-Grrr.