So, RWarehall was lynched, yet flub, for all the drama described in his post, took us to night without giving us anything to work with.
Now I see why the thread is open during night for talks - without getting results from the lynches, it's all one long day spiced up with lynches (for the amusement of our mod no doubt), and actions that happen behind the scenes (night actions).
I fear that flub's "no reveal" is not a one-time thing, and seeing how flub is handling things so far, perhaps we need to start thinking outside the box more, and the more experienced players should perhaps consider to not clinch so much to what their experience from previous (more standard/ conventional) games has taught them.
It could be nth, and flub could have just used pieces of what we said to flavour the story, but I find the duct tape piece interesting.
RWarehall lied. He wasn't a Serial Killer, he was a scum restrictor. He confessed after yogs said he just got an 'anti town' result. Flub's flavour post mentions his finger prints on the tape used to silence people, but nothing about serial killing. Ok, this may just be flavour, or it might be a clue from flub instead of a role reveal. He claimed Serial Killer thinking that we might just allow him to live, meaning he could restrict someone again. I would love to see if anyone got a pm telling them they had a limit on their posts for Day 1, if they are allowed to mention it.
Unfortunately, there is no real why to prove it. But I think it's certainly worth considering his posts in that light and seeing if anything stands out.
I already mentioned this yesterday
, but no one seemed to be interested in this case.
I'm sorry, I thought I included my reasoning for investigating yogsloth in my previous post, but it seems that I left it out somehow. Anyway, I used my ability on yogsloth because I had a niggling suspicion of him all of last game. As we went into this one, I found myself feeling much the same way. So I thought it best to investigate him and clear up any suspicions I may have had about him.
Not sure if you're serious or not. You carried over your suspicions of yogsloth from the previous game and based your decision about how to use your night action on those?
I'd like to hear what others think of this explanation, because it leaves me unsatisfied. Unless I misunderstood your explanation.
Moving on, I knew that my claim would slightly confuse proceedings, but I felt that it was necessary to claim now to avoid future confusion, if that makes any sense. I thought that if I claimed now, it would actually seem less suspect than if I claimed later.
This stands regardless if you're telling the truth or not.
[...] Some of you caught a bit of my ploy like Hyper, although he got it completely backwards.
Not that it matters now, but I was genuinely puzzled by your actions and couldn't decide what your reasons and goals were. And with flub revealing nth about your role, I'm still uncertain of your motives.
I got to run now, but will try to come back later today.