Ah bam, well transformations certainly makes transportation easier.
Anyway glad to see a whole bunch of the usual names, even with the attempt to disguise yourself (changing avatars) :P
But yea, I read this whole thing before I knew who I replaced (AFP didn't write it to me beforehand :D) so I was fair curious and somewhat disappointed that the previous owner of my clothes hadn't made some impact. But hey, Vitek joined so that makes up for it.
Tired because my Great Dane woke me up for time for, respectively: the bathroom, an attempt at sleeping on the lounge couch, a twenty minute midnight snack, and another bathroom break.
Will attempt to post something later, when I'm feeling less awful.
Yea :D Great danes are the best - my own is sleeping right next to me, after having eaten half of the buns I took home from a birthday party (they were meant for me :P)
(To give you an idea : In the previous game, a player claimed to be an old disabled lady in a wheelchair, and we had no mean to know if it was true. Turned out it was. In the same game, another player claimed to be a dog, and some of us, including me, believed him. It was a total lie. So, see what I mean ?)
ANYWAY back to the game. I am still hoping for more answers to my question. Who is expecting killers, who is expecting cultists, in this game ?
If you are refering to my role, I don't believe I was in a wheelchair, I was fairly fragile though.
Off course there are no St.Bernhard's in space, that would be silly and pointless.
However, I am Laika III, a possibly part-husky and part-terrier mongrel
Oh the humor :D
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As of post 140 I am seeing a scenario where the mafia is in every faction and thus can influence them all - but in seperate talks. So one faction might talk during the day and be influenced by a mafia member and so forth. If we are dealing with cults or not, I'll leave aside - even if wording might indicate it, as Vitek mentioned it can also be the standard setting.
Someone commented/mentioned scales / scaly before that the argonian race was revealed -> linked - It appears likely given the way it was written?
The only one I DO slightly worry about (but again I'm probably now guilty of the same "gut hunches" and speculation I was previously lamenting!) is Tellika, who manages to throw out a lot of manipulative type stuff that could be turned on people later, but has done so without garnering a single sniff of interest.-snip-
Well, it is his usual pattern, but then again I argued against meta in another game. Still certain players are more consistent in behaviour than others.
As for other more recent discussions: I see little to no reason for voting amok, as I have concluded that he is an expert in making himself appear scummy, even when he might not be. Still no long term protection, but not enough for a vote yet.
flubbucket appears the most solid one, of the current day one options - assuming he is town trying to get himself lynched it would help us and if he is scum trying to be lynched I am somewhat puzzled as to how it would place us in more danger to lynch him.
My primary concern for the lynch is our factions, where we are lynching before knowing who belongs to which faction, which might have an impact on the votes. Still with the clear indication of infiltration one can't take factions on the face value at any rate - guess my point is that factions is more of a vote changer, than a needed concern at the moment for the day one vote - one babbled sentence right there.
Also good to see some new people and it sounds like an interesting setup - can't wait to see it all unfold.
cmdr_flashheart: thats why lurkers go under the radar, and towns who participate are more in danger. Participants is required to win though and for scum to influence the vote. So making strict conclusions upon who is who on the level of activity is a tough job - as both a lurking and an active strategy is options for scum and ton alike. Purposely lurking does count as scummy in my book though :9