redwill wrote:Juice could have ended it yesterday but then we wouldn't have had the excellent yahtzee/card games discussion. Cool.
yeah but if i didn't say anything then i wouldn't have to know you play 500 which is super cool and moves you up a notch to a -8 on my 1-10 likability scale
Crankshaft wrote:If MRandall didn't get so defensive after Juice threw out that first vote for him and we didn't try to kill Juice that second night, the game may have gone a bit longer.
Sitting back and saying nothing wouldn't have done anything either.
randall you were immediately super mega defensive as soon as you got 1 vote on you on day 1... let that **** roll off your back and keep going brah
no reason to claim the angel that early, there is still too much game left and if you have an angel that's willing to let you hang yourself, he'll do it... slowly...
Sam's Drunk Dog wrote:Juice and redwill both played a great game.
redwill's view of crankshaft early and then subsequent "coming out" made it impossible for us to kill the angel after mrandall claimed to be the angel. If juice was able to protect himself every night then he could protect redwill knowing that if we killed him, we would expose mrandall. I'm a little surprised redwill didn't view mrandall to validate his angel claim, but it was better for the village that he didn't do that since he was able to look for other possible reds.
Killing the vig early also didn't help us since the vig usually kills some greens before he gets a red. Games with bigger rosters also make it more difficult for the reds as they have to more players that they have to take out.
In the end we (the reds) played a poor game though. mrandall should have claimed seer in hindsight.
redwill pegging the shaft early and the timing of him coming out was really perfect...
i was sweating that whoever the seer was, was going to get it before he could come out with a red. my thought on staying back was until i knew who the seer was, or until the seer got killed, i knew 1 more red than he did, and once redwill came out about crankshaft, i knew that i could try and use mrandall to figure out who the last red was, cause he'd never join in on a train from rylan and redwill to hang the 3rd one cause he knew that would be the end of it
also, if the seer died before we got any info, i still at least knew one, and then could provide the village with someone to trust, and also be able to protect myself every night
further, i could play however the fark i wanted, cause if i died, mrandall was getting it the next night
relantel wrote:so... Juice's nonclaim (that I thought was a claim) really seems to have been a claim after all. Bravo on being able to stay hidden until the end.
it still wasn't a claim, i would have done the same thing green or not... there were only 2 greens left, and my thought process was if he claims seer, the seer comes out, i protect the seer... if he claims angel, he's still letting me know he's red, and i can just sit back and play like i'm blue, knowing i'm a ticking time bomb if they come after me
Sam's Drunk Dog wrote:We actually shot at juice night 2 as we suspected he was the angel, but he protected himself.
We thought he had looked at mrandall night 1 since he voted for him on day 1. We then weren't too sure as Juice then did a really good job of agreeing with mrandall and not voting for him again.
We also suspected that WK could be the angel since he kept voting for juice. We thought he had saved juice night one and by doing so knew he was the angel. He then was purposely voting for juice to see if anyone would join in making them more likely to be red.
i don't understand why you would shoot at me night 2 if you thought i was the angel? if the seer hasn't come out, i'm going to protect myself, heck i even protected myself the night after redwill came out completely out of spite just because it was redwill... but if for some reason i don't, then mrandall dies right after me anyway
unless you meant to say seer?