Are you just going to ignore anything that incriminates AFP?
Or assume that the provider of this information is lying?
Well OF COURSE if Damnation observes A_Future_Pilot and he turns up mafia, then I'll admit that I was wrong. But that's not going to happen, and I'm never wrong.
Telika - why a red line linking NMillar to Pazzer and SirPrimalform, but not to Red_Baron?
And yes, clearly a triangle can be observed between Pazzer and SirPrimalform and NMillar, but again the question strikes "co-incidentally the two biggest lurkiest lurkers are on team mafia, and this link to them and the only proven mafia is NOT because of them being the biggest lurkiest lurkers"
I ask that question to myself, and go off the nmillar/SirPrimalform/Flubbucket idea.
But me not liking it doesn't mean that it's not true. (Well most of the time it does but no-one seems to trust that.)
Yes, this approach makes lurkers very suspect, bysically the less you vote, the more people you are compatible with. So, it's only one element, that influences me, but proves nothing : I was doing the same thing in game13, and the culprits were not a complete triangle.
As for colour codes. The colours show "solidarities" (in the sense that robbeasy/redbaron are linked, damnation/twilightbard are linked), and my impressions of scum/town levels (so that I can disgard links that I don't find relevant because they touch assumed "townies").
So, red are links with nmillar, from people who aren't "cleared" to some degree (red_baron is probably town, because robbeasy plus maybe krypsyn). In general, in a link, the colour of the towniest gains priority over the colour of the scummiest, as scum-solidarity is more important than townie opinions.
Also, just for the fun : Flubbucket had asked me about my old post 1492
, and here is the graph version that was at its origin...