Sorry sis, but I think you are playing it too safe to be your first game, and I would say the same thing for Fengshuifever.
I have noticed several patterns on first time scum players and while I'm giving the benefit of the doubt to Fengshuifever, not so much with Dragonz.
All of her posts seem generic, and it's almost like she is being "coached" by someone or should I say, some - aka her scum team.
This is her first game but I have never seen first time players so convinced about accusing others as with Dragonz. I'm not saying this makes her scum, but her ability to point fingers really fast, even though she denounced Sophia for accusing Gorlak and saying "it's only day 1." It's kind of ironic.
Her recent posts make me more comfortable, and willing to change my vote. I await her response.
I do not think, by any means, that she is an easy lynch target. However, I do think the potential for her to be scum is likely.
@Sophia: As I said, I was merely speculating and paraphrasing the information that we have been given.
I think you all are overthinking my posts. Whether that's a good or bad thing, time will tell.
I also just find peculiar that Dragonz finds me suspicious and fishy but ends up voting for Sophia, lol
It's kind of like a non-sequitur
I find it interesting that Swamped voted me because of too much flavor/mechanics speculation (in the same post she says she will try and keep an open mind) and yet re: Seath, says all of their speculation is a town sign. What are the key differences between me and Seath, Swamped?
Cool story. What's your inspiration? And why deign us with such a story now as opposed to earlier?
We really need more people to vote. There are only 2 hours left, and some people haven't voted all day phase.
Darryl - I'll be honest, Darryl is a hard read for me. He seems like he's playing a bit cautious with his replies, but I can't tell if that's just Town PR Darryl playing carefully, or if there's more to it. He outed himself as having a power role in #251, but did not clarify what it was. Whenever I examine his post, I don't find anything that immediately strikes me as a scum vibe tho.
Just woke up and I'm on mobile. Ended up sleeping 10 hours, so I'm refreshed. I don't like writing on mobile so I'll be back with a full post of my reads and thoughts in a bit over an hour. Right now I still think Gorlak is scum, but he gave a fairly decent response when I called him out, so I need to think it over. Plus Seath gave such an unusual reply that I feel I got good info. Darryl is among my top town at the moment. Not sensing any scum vibes.
(ಥ﹏ಥ*consults with scum chat*
*looks at files*
"team, how should we handle Splinter?"
Scum member: "Eh, he's a noob, don't worry too much about it."
1. I don't know if this is misunderstanding or misrepresenting, but Darryl didn't gambit. He was simply talking about town PRs in a way that was less likely for scum. The only way this is a gambit is if Darryl is scum.Splinter I don't like your reads at all. That is to say I mostly disagree with your top town. Neither Darryl nor Sophia strike me as being town.
Darryl hides behind a gambit1 that could be coming from him no matter his role/alignment. He states it was very obvious what the PR would be called like. He'll survive Day 1 with his play. And at the moment I want to see what else he tries to achieve.
I'd like you Splinter, to explain the obvious reason for him being town though, I don't see them.
Sophia doesn't feel townie in the slightest. She was the one to highlight the "may" part of the removal of gods. Initialising some speculation, but without ever giving her thought on the matter. Maybe she was looking for hints of knowledge some can't hide. Next thing is a "joke"-vote on zipped (and she called my first votes flimsy...) In post #74 she kindly tries to summarise the thoughts on gods and again, does not really state her opinion on the matter, but offers an if-case. She hasn't said a word about what she thinks of the gods, despite being interested in the matter. That's what led to my "she seems to know more" thought, swamped. She doesn't feel town, but she doesn't feel scummy either up to now, I'd say a null read.
Well, it's Day 1 and we have not a lot to go on with... this leads to me being suspicious because I try to initiate discussion?2 Before we start the bandwagon on me I'd like to read some actual reasons for my lynching.3
Darryl is unnerved by me.
Splinter votes me because ...? Seems you simply don't like me?4
Seath voiced a drive by "oh yeah he's suspicious" without anything concrete, some goes for Zipped. Do you two still think the same? Would you please in your own words describe what you think about me?
Did I not vote correctly? Mine wasn't counted.
early attack on kyanrute. You may not remember this because he immediately drops it and never goes near it again, which is odd given how strongly worded it is, and completely useless if he actually suspects Kyan to be scum. His excuse at the time was he was more focused on Darryl, but he's found time to search for scum elsewhere, so why never question Kyan further?
My theory: he dropped it because he forgot about it, because he never believed it in the first place.
----Then there is the conversation about breadcrumbing. We disagreed here but I assume it was an honest disagreement, I don't think this was very scummy.
Some aggressive prodding on feng. Thought this was weird at the time but he's since explained it and the logic checks out.
His No Lynch vote was pointless and I've already described how I think this was intended to manipulate us (although slightly rescinded on closer analysis).
He did a good job defending against Sophia, although I think she backed off too easily here.
Yeah, no way a sane ordinary would ever gambit about being a PR. That literally NEVER happens...1. I don't know if this is misunderstanding or misrepresenting, but Darryl didn't gambit. He was simply talking about town PRs in a way that was less likely for scum. The only way this is a gambit is if Darryl is scum.
Not enough material? No shit, it's D1! I wasn't asking you to stake your life on it, and you seemed to have an opinion earlier in the day, so why can't you answer now? You could have responded with a gut feeling and at least you'd have stated a position.I don't know. There is not enough material to judge him. Right now I wouldn't vote him if that's what you're asking?
3. Similar, trying to discredit the arguments against him before they gather momentum. There are only 2 votes on Gorlak at this point and one of them is old. So calling it a "bandwagon" is the start of him overreacting to suspicion - something that he continued to do all day.
I was never going to lynch the second most active poster, I'm surprised you never called me out on that (I will never lynch high on D1). I think you're scummy but I'm not willing to lynch you on a D1 hunch, no matter how much I can pretty it upOh come on Splints! It's so much fun right now! All of your well justified arguments against me? I'm not lynchworthy anymore?
I thought my vote (and your post), came later in the day than this. 2 votes is still not a bandwagon though so you are arguing semantics here.hmm... which is the "old" vote on me at this point? the quoted post is #310. the votes are in #297 and #305. you know the game...
Well let's start the last hour madness now!
I thought my vote (and your post), came later in the day than this. 2 votes is still not a bandwagon though so you are arguing semantics here.