zjoere wrote:I got my first exam tomorow so I'm not sure if I'll be able to log in again for the end of the day. My vote currently goes to DTNC Vicious. I'm not sure if there even is a possibility of quiting this game?
If trickser just goes inactive, won't he eventually suffer Seitaro's fate?
@microchip assuming trickser 'quits' by going inactive, I'm guessing that xander's reasoning seems similar to why Seitaro was a lynch target by some yesterday. Inactives are gonna die anyway, so, statistically speaking, lynching an inactive player is a decently logical enough option; there are more humans than wolves, so better to lose just one person during a day than two. Given we have no idea how many wolves there were at the start, nor are now, I can't put odds on that. I don't know what you mean by a 'free night'?
xander's going for soft targets again. He was on Mas' watchlist alongside Phelanpt yesterday. He has a similar voting style to Phelanpt; quiet voting, yet important for (mainpulating?) lynching outcomes.
However, I remain most worried about Viscious and trickser as well as shinygerbil and Phelanpt at the end of yesterday, but I honestly can't make much of it. Simply put, I'm not entirely sure where to assign incompetence / confused (rather than confusing) behaviour and where to assign knowledge-based and strategic voting (although I have a pretty good idea...).
@shinygerbil: why vote for Viscious today, after the last minute, fairly dangerous (for you at least), change to trickser yesterday?
Surely, if you have suspiscions about trickser, the best place to put your vote is on him? Sure, he may get killed off as an inactive -if- he quits. But better, as xander says, to remove someone who's going anyway. Removing someone going anyway reduces the risk of losing two humans (which is statistically more likely). Especially so if the inactive is a cause for suspiscion.
Whoever you vote for, the government wins.