I find it suspicious that these three pick up the idea and agree with it, on the basis of a single but complicated roleclaim. I think we've already figured that the Old Woman's death was a muddy-water tactic. Suggesting the entire game is rigged is another one...
You forget that each person also has their own PM and possibly their own post restrictions which bácks up their opinion. And I for one agree with them.
Joe's rules are interfering with the gameplay. If Orry is being forced to claim something he is not, he's lying and if town 'never lies', Joe is making him look scummy
. Another perfect example is NotFrenchYet's comment in #263 regarding 'baa' (originally 'b', then 'a', Joe) where he goes "Black Sheep, anyone?". If I am town, Joe is making me look scummy and if I am scum, Joe would have been pointing it out. Joe shouldn't be doing anything other than moderating the game
And these are just the ones we know about.
He's also continuing with the inappropriate deadlines despite protest against them and not having mentioned them before the game.
He's behaving exactly the way you wouldn't want someone in power to behave. His reasoning from the báa-ification was that he wanted me to spout a load of nonsense. When he found out how I was doing it (getting the computer to do it for me), I asked him if he would drop that restriction because it was just wasting my time and everyone knew why I was doing it anyway.. he declined to.
He's power tripping and it is screwing up this game. We should be figuring out the mafia básed on what people say of their own accord, not on what they have to say. I came here to play a game of mafia with other people, not with a bunch of puppets run by the mod.