- Nov 9, 2011
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Thank you - and while I can see the random vote being a troubling thing, I'm still not entirely sure this would warrant an entire case for a lynch. Although from what I'm rereading, it does seem to be a bit more than this.ZinnLav said:As far as I could tell people were trying to lynch Ex because he did a random vote later in the day phase and is pretty new and hasn't settled in yet
I completely agree with all of this and I wish I had been online at the time to vote Deku because he's still the highest on my scum-radar, at the moment. There is absolutely no reason to keep their vote on a person they have no intentions of lynching, even if they claim it "won't end in a lynch on said person" because there's no risk at that time. It makes no sense and it gives me a scummy vibe. On this same note, I didn't see where Ex had mentioned that the votes on Deku were "sheeping" and that's something I'm keeping in mind.Pika_pika42 said:Voting an uncc'd claimed Miller and keeping the vote as a meme until seriously prodded doesn't look exactly normal to me. They didn't want to Lynch Ereshkigal and didn't intend to Lynch Darth anyway yet they were sitting with a vote on Darth instead of trying to scumhunt. They said they would move their vote if they had a solid alternative but they were not putting any efforts to find that "solid alternative".
I'm not so sure if that's really the biggest issue here. Though I do agree that most players weren't actively scumhunting - however, that can be blamed on a lack of activity from some players (probably myself included) as well as a distraction that might continue into Day 2. Hopefully that won't occur this time.ExLight said:Is that really enough to Lynch someone for most of you? A joke vote? And I'd dare to say that most of the players didn't really try to scumhunt on day 1, twas a clusterfuck of shooting at all directions, so it seems a little biased to start a wagon on him and to try to punish whoever doesn't follow it.
I get your point, but at the same time I don't really know if your roles are completely comparable. While you could consider them both "useless", I'd say yours is probably more town-ish at the moment and thereby not something to just throw away by saying "you could lynch me if you want because I have nothing to offer". Not that you're exactly saying that, but in a sense, it almost sounds like it when you're basically saying your role is useless. Elie's is tougher to gauge because I don't know what to think of a neighborizer. Can that be proven? Is it a town or mafia role? Sorry if this has been explained already and I missed it, I just don't really think I've seen a neighborizer in a game until now. If I have, it's been a while lol.DarthWolf said:He is a low risk for the single reason that he doesnt offer much to the team with his useless role compared to most other people (myself excluded).
Other than this, I see what you're saying.