So if you'll notice Fireblend gave a really long intro post with lots of insight, ingraining in me a sense of determination in rooting out the scum. I really appreciate his insight, as it has spurned me to not only create my own suspicions, but to also crochet an intricate pair of socks with some beads on the bottom so that you can massage your feet while you walk. Swamped, on the other hand, has spent her posts lashing out voraciously at the players, and while I'm pretty sure that's her playstyle, it's a little offensive and I hope she tones it down. That's not to say I love a little roughhousing here and there, but when it's detrimental to the enjoyment of the players, to say nothing of the moderator, I think it would be best if she takes a look at how her speech reflects on her persona, both online and in real life.
Steve has taken it upon himself to act as town leader, sussing out scum through the use of an incredibly well-thought-out scheme of determining their level of geographical knowledge - a sure-fire way to catch them in their complacency. It's Day 1, they don't have to do much work today, so but forcing them to play a game that they may not find themselves comfortable with, then it allows town to catch them off-guard, giving town that much-needed boost of confidence so that they can move forward and win the game in a glorious manner.
Timeaisis, my old scum buddy, has jumped into the fray, attacking left and right at the other posters, asking pertinent and poignant questions. While not entirely cementing his town status, it's lifted the spirits of everyone in this competition, including myself, a jovial spring in my step pushing me along the path of victory. I applaud his candor with his questioning, and hope that he continues his crusade in earnest.
Melonrabbit, on the other hand, has a more taciturn approach, calmly waiting her turn, hoping that someone say something completely out of the ordinary, or at least contradictory, her coils locked underneath, ready to strike. It's a curious approach, one that I appreciate, and knowing that someone will eventually come out of the woodwork to be the catalyst to that confrontation, I eagerly wait for that moment, breath bated.
The rest of the field has had little effect on me so far; thus I feel I don't have much to say on them other than that they need to dig deep down inside themselves and determine how they are going to tackle this dilemma. Are they waiting silently for an error? Perhaps currently writing a dissertation on several players that they find suspicious? Analyzing conversations at length, searching for a link that has somehow been glossed over by the majority? Only time will tell.
hey I changed my avatar so that people can see me better
also I'm going to make a super exclusive elite group of townies so far its ouro
I thought it would be bigger but it's not oh well hopefully it will grow.
there's not a lot to work with yet but this phase is going to go by fast so based on what we have. All of these are at least decent lynches right now: Steve kawl LP giantpanda
Steve because he's posting but not playing. Kawl's posts are totally different from his posts in the previous game which this game is a clone of. Previous game he was the man with the plan, the town leader, the hunter of scum, this game is he is not focused. LP is similarly one-post reminiscing about the previous game in a not useful way and disappearing. giantpanda made the safest post so far. Like I sort of expect someone who's mafia who read last game to come in saying "I'm for peeking!" and disappear.