Wrong. A town PR that false claims will usually not be believed when they true claim.
Fair enough, but I don't think that's good enough reason for them to possibly not do such or not make any advantage for their fellow town that they can. I'd rather such town players lie and help us win by lying(albeit sparingly and only when needed to help us win) than be 100% truthful and lose us that edge.
Dunno if that makes sense or not(sometimes I find it hard to articulate some ideas well)
It makes sense to withhold information, yes. Like a role or number of shots. But an outright false-claim should be a death warrant. Because otherwise you open the doors to all kinds of abuse.
Yes, but in order to hide that role is scum or even fellow town ask if one is vanilla or not they need to lie if need be when asked.
As Town, I like a black-and-white world. As scum, I like shades of grey because I can play them. But as Town it is within our power to create a black-and-white scenario. As long as everyone agrees to never, ever lie. No exceptions. Then every lie is a scum-tell, because scum HAS TO lie. That's the ONE difference between Town and Scum. But as soon as we get wishi-washi-wibbely-wobbely and say: oh THIS lie wasn't really a lie ... and that one was a lie, but not really a bad one - then we relinquish our 'black-and-white' advantage and let scum muddy the waters to their benefit.
Your post bit here makes you sound like a certain player with a certain playstyle from the SH game....also remember how his sticking to that play style(in part) lost the liberals the game?
Yet you seem to want to stick to that play style and seemingly want to see/paint anyone who lies as a likely scum regardless, just as that player in the SH game thought anyone not following their style of play/stances was suspect...and we all know how well that went. In short:
To me your strict LAL stance seems to be a bit anti-town from my pov....though knowing how good I am at such games I could be a bit wrong....still, it feels a bit right to me, for some reason.
@agent: yes, yogs deserves to be voted for as well for jumping in on your vote. But if you bother to check the rules, one can only vote for one player at a time. I can't vote for both of you, so I have to make a decision and you started it, so you get the first vote.
Question: As they seem to be both equally likely to be town or scum as much as the other, if one did get lynched and showed up town would you then go after the other & try to get them lynched as well? What would your next move be if the first pick of yours got lynched and shown to be town?
But fine, the LAL tenet only works if all townies are following the code. I won't be able to uphold it on my own. So let's let those filthy liars live for now.
If you're truly town and just pulling a scene style play here(uplholding your own way of play) that is fine, but it could harm us more than help us in the long run.....just my two cents.
At least it got us talking.
That it did.....so if I may ask: Besides yourself, who of the ones I suspect(Rwarehall, Yogsloth, Agent) do you also suspect and why? Or who else do you suspect and why? And who do you think is more likely to be town and why?
Thanks in advance for your input on this.
EBWOP: joje in my last post is a typo and should be joke.
I figured as much...that or you were trying to start the GOG Joe Joestar fan club perhaps.
No, I'm just saying that *if* one of them is scum, I doubt very much the other one is as well, due to the way they've interacted. It's not necessary for one of them to be scum - they could both be town as well.
Just throwing out random associative reads.
Sounds good and thanks for the clarification.