Keeping the dead awake. Also, do I detect bandwagoning*? Seeing an easy target, already painted with an FoS, going in for the lynch? And not even a hint of RVS**, to boot. For shame, JoeSapphire. For shame. I disapprove. I suggest a cure by noose, anyone with me?
FoS JoeSapphire. This may go to a vote if the early, nigh-baseless finger-pointing without a hint of RVS doesn't have a good explanation.
Newbies: My playstyle here is to lean on the accused. He's acting strange for such an early and knowledgeless stage, and ANY sort of fishiness is suspect in this game. It's why sometimes lynching a townie is a boon, not a burden, especially when they interfere with reads or get disruptive. Acting suspect interferes with reads. So we choke the information out of him, collect the slip-ups and contradictions, and drop the hammer if there's enough funny business of a good size. Other semi-experienced players may or may not agree with this strategy, and I know that it can be as harmful as it can be good, but it makes a good way to start off a game because it gives a ton of reactions from every player involved.
*Hopefully that's a self-explanatory term, though I'm not in a good position to judge currently.
**Random Voting Stage.
Hopefully this is a fairly good post for a newbie game!