I'm particularly suspicious of those who stayed off the wagon, as it was pretty clear he was scummy as hell (which turned out to be the case so none of that "oh he seemed scummy to you but not to me" nonsense, hindsight shows his behaviour was indeed scummy and those who didn't think so either missed it completely or missed it on purpose).
I am a bit curious as to the very end, the hammer. And why it seemed like some where afraid to be the last vote.
This is exactly what I thought. I know people said to wait, but it felt like even once everyone had checked in (bar CSPVG) everyone was waiting around for someone else to hammer. Which is why I thought there might be scum worried if they hammered it would give a flip (and possibly reveal their alignment).
For me I don't see the reasoning to lynch Robb. It comes down to whether you believe him or not, and if you do then he is town in your eyes. Lynching a townie is counter productive to winning. His role is PGO just leave him be and let him cast his vote. if you don't believe him then you should vote for him, not much else could do.
I do think he's town, but wonder if we might risk lynching him to see what happens with flips. I know it's not a very townie thought, but at least it would give us a clue about flips. I know it's not a particularly honourable thought but the waters are going to get pretty muddy soon if we don't figure out the flip system. Ix was my last best bet for scum. I'm really not sure on anyone else, and I don't think we can rely on them all confessing like RWarehall and Ix did.
Hopefully in the morning we will have some good info, but if not I think we need to consider our options.
Say we lynch JMich tomorrow, for whatever reason. Maybe he claims something, nothing too major to stop him being lynched so we lynch him anyway. How do we know? I'm less certain of JMich's towniness, but I'm far from certain he is scum.
I know I will be jumped on for even suggesting it, but I think we need to at least consider sacrificing one of us (and I'm happy for it to be me if it comes to that) to clarify the flip situation.