- Apr 5, 2016
- Reaction score
This is the part where I tell you I don't bus as mafia unless it's like a last resort and you tell me that meta stinks and is unreliable and I tell you like whatever its trueI think Light is mafia that bussed Piko. And his posts would put Raven as his partner.
As I said a few hours before EoD, I wasn't liking Piko's posts and felt like his slot was a lot weaker compared to Zexy who was putting a lot more effort in analyzing the game state.he logically should have pursued Zexy (I’m not saying we should have lynched Zexy instead
The only thing that had me remotely leaning Piko as townie was his joke vote on me D1 which is hardly a sturdy reasoning. His posts, which included shoving me into the scumreads while shoving Zexy into the townreads, kept giving out red flags and ultimately it made me scumlean him.
Zexy might've been a hypocrite at some points, but that itself isn't AI, specially because it's harder for people to be self-critic. But when Piko fails to notice that, and gives such distinct reads despite me and Zexy having similar behaviors, that screams inconsistency from mafia that isn't engaged in keeping up with the discussions on thread.
Scum chats are a thing, hi.The thread was hot so they had a chance to hop on both wagons to be able to try to ensure a mislynch or to gain town cred. When he asks Raven why he unvote, it looks like it might be a slip up, and that raven ruined the chances of them mislynching a townie, and Lights chance of jumping wagons. Both wagons had good cases (seriously don’t try to deny it people) so being on either wagon wouldn’t have been scummy, especially when one had me to hide behind.
I asked why because if Piko turned out to be a mislynch, depending on Raved explanation, I'd be willing to townread him more. Similarly, if Zexy had been lynched and flipped green, I would've scumread Raven more.
We just so happened to have the scenario where his vote removal is actually townier as it guaranteed the Piko!scum lynch to happen, and where his reasoning details doesn't matter too much, but I don't think it's ever unreasonable to ask why the sudden mind change when the wagons are at a critical moment?