Noted your vote. I think I'm gonna vote with Flame too if pushed on it.
It's mostly because in the past I've missed voting on obvious targets as town got closer and closer to a turbo. They were only on 3/16 votes last time I checked and by far my top pick for now. Not that I'm certain on them, I just don't have anyone else.
Still getting jitters. I want to reply to Flame, but I'm hesitant to do... >.<;
I'm not sure if this would help, but my first thought was to suggest adding some fluff. Something like poking fun of your own logic to make it seem less serious and feel like less of a commitment if you're uncertain of some of the things.
Don't be afraid of being wrong. You've also consistently been one of the best posters in the thread so it'd only be natural
Not sure when Ty4on will get around to seeing it, but here's a rough version of what I wanted to post to them.
I'm not gonna mince words. I really do not like the fact that I made a casual observation about Launch that I didn't feel confident enough to even vote on, and both of you jumped on a vote for him. With absolutely no initial explanation from either of you, no less. That just... kind of rubs me the wrong way.
Although I was mostly voting for dramatic effect. Flux ruined it by explaining his vote.
I know kyan gave reads since I last voted, and they were fine, but I still want to hear from Retroid.
I was gonna ask you for an opinion on Launch anyhow, so I'm not sure the dramatic effect would have lasted very long, but you've already provided that before I was able to get my post out. Thank you for that.
Sorry for the inactivity, went skiing and I'm going that will help a bit with energizing my reads.
23 pages of notes?! And I thought scribbling out a couple of pages was excessive I'm really intrigued by your recent thoughts though. I'm going to take a quick shower and then go over them, but I was thinking earlier today that I was a bit too sure if Cabot and Splinter being town*. I will try to continue presenting the persona of trusting them for now. I think it's beneficial that we don't have them on our tails until we can present a solid case against them.
*my conclusion then was to focus my attention on those I were less certain of, but I think they're too important to ignore for now.
Even when he's being simple, Blarg still leaves a lot of mystery behind in his post. Did he mean a vote trap left for Launch was spring and he's voting for him now... or does he mean that he fell victim to the vote trap he was warning everyone about?
"As for Time, this post struck out at me when going back through a re-read. I'm not sure how I think of it, because on one hand the role claims have somewhat dominated the discussion, but on the other hand I get a sense of discussion from his partner."
Yeah, that's a good point. It's hard to tell what their gambit does in context of things. Role claims generally save you from a lynch if you're on the wire, but I'm not sure it's so effective so early on....
Splinter's been bouncing all over the place with his vote. From my notes, his pattern went Flux > Unvote, calling it “Subtle as a brick” > Immediately Revote Flux after clarification > Unvoting a little bit later > My post > Vote Coppa thinking he looks sketchy > Saying he's ignoring Flux until tomorrow > A prod vote on Kyanrute > His "Dramatic" vote on Launch > Returning his vote to Kyanrute to prod his partner.
Edited for a proper timeline. My notes were awkward there.
Wait, have I got it right? He voted Flux -> Unvote -> Flux -> Unvote -> Flux? O.o
He was on flux, unvoted because it was "subtle as a brick", then Flux clarified his role and he almost immediately revoted. Almost right before I made my post he unvoted. I made my post, and a few pages later he voted Coppa where he made his mistake edit.
Not sure why my notes were messed up there, but they're corrected now.