Yeah, everything turned on it's head in the final minutes of the phase, I was expecting Jinjo to be lynched and the game to go on till Day 6 with you, Snake and Contrainer in the last 3Rainbow Cloud, thank you for hosting this game. That was an ending to remember.
There were two kills on Nights 1 and 3. And we've had someone not swapped out or modkilled despite appearing inactive. It was pretty obvious what was going on.
Why not the person who has appeared inactive this entire time, yet still is not modkilled or swapped out? That typically is a sign of a hiding Mafioso.
Not sure if you noticed butUnvote: Jinjo
Perhaps Contrainer then?
I was still bulletproof, and what evidence I had from the multiple failed attempts at reading Jinjo's alignment was that Jinjo could make herself effectively immune to night actions repeatedly.Throwing the SK into the mix, SK’s goal is to be the last one standing. Again, that’s how SK differs from Survivor.
So here we had 2:1:1 after Contrainer’s lynch going into the night.
Assuming neither Mafia nor SK targeted the Vengeful, then the game goes to 1:1:1 the following day, or one of Mafia/SK tried to betray the other and the game is either 1:1:0, 1:0:1, or 2:0:0.
If 1:1:1; the Vengeful townie becomes Kingmaker between Mafia and SK.
If 1:1:0, Mafia and Town tie, since Mafia cannot kill Vengeful without dying.
If 1:0:1, Town and SK tie, since SK cannot kill Vengeful without dying.
If 2:0:0, Town wins.
Killing the Vengeful would have eliminated one or other other of you, bypassing your BPV and whatever ability Jinjo had.I was still bulletproof, and what evidence I had from the multiple failed attempts at reading Jinjo's alignment was that Jinjo could make herself effectively immune to night actions repeatedly.
So, Jinjo couldn't have killed me in the night phase and as far as I knew I couldn't kill Jinjo. Betrayal would have been a waste of time for both of us, and there was no reason not to eliminate the Vengeful at night.