Joe: Is Bookwyrm your scum buddy?
I have none ;(
And I'm not a serial killer neither! I see what you're trying to do!!
Is there something that inclines you link bookwyrm and Joe?
Mostly a complete lack of interaction or reads back and forth (as far as I recall; I didn't check before I asked that question, just forcibly started dragging myself out of the scene black hole).
You want me to read people in the first day? Well, I don't have a lot yet. Some people I've played with seem similar to before: scene with his rather aggressive style, fixation on trent, trent his lurky self, pooka as I said seemed to try very hard to appear analytical, almost LAMIST imho.
Huh. And here you say that pooka's 'try-hard'ness is similar to before?
Interesting contrast, thanks for pointing that out!
Also no reply to my accusation of misrepresentation
Except of course for my actual reply to that, near the end of #289
* agentcarr: really didn't like his RVS vote on scene as a serious wagon was starting up; still, mostly suspicious as a trickle down effect from my suspicion of scene.
This is a strangely thought out accusation. The person 2nd on the wagon still perhaps voting randomly is more suspicious than the person at 3 and 4?
The person acting as if
voting randomly (thus not needing to give any reason for voting) on a wagon of a potential buddy, right as it was taking off, could (if both indeed are mafia) be doing so in order to give himself the ability to halt the momentum of the wagon at a strategic point in the future. Capable scum definitely try to look ahead like that, and if agent is scum, I'd fully expect him to be capable like that.
Was it the case here? Eh, probably not, as the majority of everything we think we see if just chasing after shadows, and the chances of me correctly identifying not just one, but two scum, within the first hundred posts of the game is extremely unlikely - but it rose enough about the background noise for me to give it consideration. (And if you do turn out to be scum, then it's going to be a connection that's going to deserve some attention, same as your behaviour toward microfish.)
This is another example of you setting up your Day 2 and Day 3 lynches. Your targets are Me, Blotunga and Agent. Hey Scene was Town, this means Blotunga must be Mafia, oh wait Blotunga was Town too, Agent must be the Mafia player.
No, if you are town, agent doesn't have anything significant to put him on my radar.
You call it "setting up lynches", I call it "documenting my thoughts", so people can hold me accountable and verify for themselves how my thinking evolves, and we can all determine which wagons might be viable to not end up with nolynch.
Btw, are you now saying that you consider it likely that blotunga is town (despite your earlier vote), and that if I'm scum, you're concluding that blotunga must be town?
If blotunga turns out to be scum, would that have any effect on what you think of me?