Kicksave wrote:MWB wrote:I am the JOAT and killed kicksave last night.
Good job, Nostradamus. You nailed that one.
Kraftster wrote:I'm going to go ahead and kill crayz also. Looking at how things played out and now looking back on the posts, I think that crayz was basically in on things and trying to gain trust by being on the opposite side and predicting exactly what ended up happening. Too accurate a prediction. I'm not falling for it, crayz.
Kraftster wrote:I would like to discuss NAN vs. crayz a little bit. I'm just trying to look at the last day phase and figure out which of these two is bad (because one of them is). I'm just sort of asking myself which is more likely -- NAN truly (and reasonably) believed that KS could not be protected on consecutive day phases and was really just trying to rid us of a baddie (and he was right). If NAN's bad, I just think that's not the best move. I don't know, I don't think NAN is bad.
If I were bad, I'd be more inclined to use crayz's tactic last day phase. He's chatting with KS and knows that KS is going to try to bring a second day vote on himself and that he'll be safe. When the vote is trending KS's way, crayz calls exactly what happens to get on the good side of the village and make NAN look bad. I don't know if NAN is good or blue, but, I think the craftier baddie move is the one that you could say crayz + KS undertook. If NAN's bad, the NAN + KS moves would be pretty predictable and unimpressive. I just think this is a frame job.
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