agentcarr16: Post 123
he is urging scene to consider my RVS vote suspicious.
My intent wasn't "urging" (though I can see how you read it as such), but questioning why he didn't
include you in the list of suspicious votes.
agentcarr16: Post 74
he questions my RVS vote because he's voting seriously. Post 187
he has decided that I am scum-buddies with scene because I RVS voted scene in order to leave the wagon that literally hadn't formed yet (!?!)
but that I obviously knew would form... somehow?
From my PoV, my intent to vote scene (depending on the outcome of checking sources) should've already been pretty clear (from #64
) when you placed your RVS vote. So when I saw you hopping on with an RVS vote just in the nick of time before I placed a second serious vote, I made certain you were fully caught up with the thread.
Of course I realize that my intentions are only clear to myself, and what seems obvious about my own line of reasoning to myself, might pass completely under the radar to others, so I'm not holding this too much against you - it just pinged me, and on a D1, that counts.
I'm impressed by the effort, and don't see any mischaracterizations. If you went through all this effort as scum, you have my admiration.
I have stated previously that I'm trying to play in a way regardless of alignment that my playstile can't be nailed down as AI. I will do this in the future too, even if it gets me lynched this time, though I'd prefer not to (get lynched I mean).
I don't have enough eyebrows.
Since I missed it, could you point out where you previously stated that you're trying for a non-AI playstyle?
You don't hold to the belief that as a townie, you should help town win as a higher priority than helping yourself win in the long-term meta?
Imho, we should make it as hard as possible for scum to blend in, instead of deliberately giving them hiding spaces.
So far I see no reason to move to one of the other wagons, I'm still not convinced scene is scum, but might be willing to lynch him if nothing better comes up to avoid a no-lynch.
And if he gets lynched in such a way that your hands stay clean, all the better, eh? town-points for scene.
Also not sure why I'm being singled out for the last few pages, since I'm yet to see some meaningfull input from Microfish for example. @Microfish are you SK trying to stay low?
*places bulk order for extra eyebrows*
So, summary: would lynch flub (trying to create a wagon behind me, still wonder why), scene, and Pooka (almost forgot about him), he makes me feel try-hard.
I don't understand the expression "he makes me feel try-hard". (I'm aware of lots of English idiom, but this one is beyond me.) Please clarify?
I have little read on gogtrial, carr, joe and spf and almost none on micro and gamerager. @wyrm i would like also some thoughts from you.
Despite having "little" to "almost no" read on gogtrial, carr, joe, spf, micro and gamerager, could you give some indication on which of us fall on the scummier side and which fall on the townier side, and why?
Also, since you didn't list Bookwyrm here, does that mean you have more of a read on him? But then why do you still want thought from him?
And why don't you specify what those thoughts should be on? (Personally I've always been wondering what Bookwyrm thinks about the effect that "The Slow Regard of Silent Things" will have on the third volume of the Kingkiller Chronicles, and I'd love it if he expounds on this as an answer to your question, but somehow I don't think that that particular subject will help move the game forward by a whole lot.)
That's all folks for now, will check in later.
I'd appreciate it if you answer my questions from #261
when you do. Other people who have asked you questions will probably feel the same.
@blot, no; I'm town trying to figure everything out. There is noone I doubt enough to vote for yet.
At this point in time, that means you seem to prefer no-lynching over giving town information.
Mislyching on D1 is common, expected, and generally helpful to town, as we need information more than anything. Information about how people reason, what they're willing to commit to. You're deliberately withholding that from us.
A vote at this point is not "jumping the gun". We understand that your suspicion of everyone sits below the threshold where you'd vote for them on another day, but we're ~30 hours away from deadline, so pick whoever is at the top of your list, and vote
Because IIRC he misrepresented my position because:
1. Gogtrial asks Scene about Micros Mod Vote and why
2. Scene says 'actually whats more suspicious than Micros mod vote is his lack of participation because I know hes been active on Discord'
3. Gogtrial after reading this - 'what a double standard from Scene, he notes Trents mod vote but not Micros.'
That's the twisting of the truth that actually happened here. I don't see how Gogtrial gets that leap of logic without being Scum.
The "double standard" remark was rather strongly implied in step 1. You might notice that I asked about it in the same paragraph where I noted with interest how you pointed out the same on trent.
Here's how Pooka summarized it:
gogtrial notes scene-90 and his observation of trent-18, asks him about microfish-89
if you are town and not reading then you aren't a town asset.