As it happens, you're currently my strongest scum suspect.
You seem to be trying to push a bandwagon here, given that I currently have three votes.
I didn't even notice. Your post screamed scum to me, so I put my vote on you. I alwys put my vote on my top scum target; you're it.
Deconstructing the set-up is useful, and will always benefit the Town more than it will the Mafia: Town do not know who else is Town, but Mafia do. As such, in the absence of information the Mafia will tend to win. I have stated a belief that I think disclosing how many coins we each have is dangerous because it has the potential to out power roles. That is not
I totally disagree. Right now i would assume we are all mostly in the dark about this coin mechanic. The people with the most information, the scum, have the best ability to connect the dots of partial information any town players may let slip. Thus, right now, I think this discussion will help scum far more than town.
If you think that the system seems straightforward, you have a considerable lack of curiosity.
There are plenty of questions to be asked, and I've already called for discussion about it. Here are some more questions we can ask: How much does a power cost? How is the power you are offered determined? Why can't you refuse? If you don't want to ask questions and find answers, that either makes you a bad player or it makes you scum.
Heh, it seems I hit a nerve or something.
I just don't think we need more information that we have. It makes system makes sense, and discussing currently it can only hurt town. What will come, will come, and once we have more information we can possibly discuss it. You call it lack of curiosity; I call it patience.
The most useful Town players are ones who engage in discussion. So far, you have made several posts, all of which appear non-committal, and offer very little discussion. This is scummy. Furthermore, I find using a finger of shame scummy, since it's a way of implicating more people than you have votes for. If you find someone's behaviour scummy, you vote them.
This thread has been up less than a day. I made a few RVS joke post, of [i]course[/i[ they are non-commital! I was the first person to make a serious vote, as far as I know, and it just happened to be on you. Heh.
It's ridiculous to describe attempting to understand the set-up as "premature".
I have stated why I don't like this discussion right now. I think that it will only increase the information disparity between scum and town.
RVS isn't desirable in itself, as the odds are that RVS will result in a Town player being lynched; as such, it should only persist until there is something of substance to discuss. The Town can only benefit from things that are said in the open, whereas the Mafia can use nightchat. Once you're dead, you can't say anything, at which point anything you haven't said that could be useful is lost. If you hold back, the Town loses out.
I totally agree with RVS being a waste; I have stated as much in other threads. That is probably why I was the first to make a serious vote.
What I think you're doing is attempting to push for a lynch instead of engaging in discussion, so that Day 1 ends with the Town being no closer to knowing who the Mafia are. If we don't make progress today, then we enter tomorrow with two or more Town players dead, and little to go on. That's only good for the Mafia.
Nope, I was actually prodding you a little, as well as voting for the person that I thought was acting most scummy. Your response to me has been a little over the top, and it makes me more confident than ever in my vote on you.