I doubt that any of these players will return to the game, at least in any way that can directly affect it, and you should probably focus your attention on the players that are still alive. How does BoomFrog’s flip affect your read of Mark? (reference this post)SuicideJunkie wrote:I'm curious to see if Madge or Boomfrog actually return from the castle. Madge may be too late, and I don't have any hope for Plytho.
I’m not sure what you mean by this, unless you just haven’t read my previous posts carefully. In this post I first speculated Sabrar may have a posting restriction. BoomFrog understood what I what I was thinking but it seems not everyone else did. When questioned on it directly, Sabrar declined to comment. The sample role I fabricated in this post used the sample in the OP as justification for speculating that a posting restriction was possible, but it is completely different from “Sir Jimbob the Eloquent” whose restriction encourages participation and posting. As I already said in the linked post, I think the theoretical posting restriction would be submitted with and part of the role. As such, this complete role would have been randomly assigned to a player.Vicarin wrote:@bessie: If you think that Sabrar has some kind of posting restriction, then it's a type of restriction not shared by most people, despite it being in the sample role in the OP. You think he was just really unlucky and the restriction was given to one of the people who would get hit hardest by it?
plytho was especially skeptical of my post counting, but I think that it perhaps wasn’t entirely worthless. Compare the D1 post counts with the D2 post counts. Some of the changes in post counts between D1 and D2 is interesting.
Final D2 post count: