Post by crimsonfist on Jun 21, 2017 14:04:16 GMT -8
Wonder if Nin will claim, would probably work out in town's favour, and would probably lead to an interesting day one. Although with just his role he shouldn't know whether claiming would help town or scum.
Post by crimsonfist on Jun 27, 2017 8:01:29 GMT -8
hmm, the idea behind this game was to address a few comments from last season about power roles not really doing anything for town and the games feeling quite vanilla. There should in theory be a lot to talk about over the next few days once PR's start claiming. There's already been some fun role interactions, which are playing out in quite an interesting way.
Main worry now is that with two of the misinformation roles dying already, that it's going to be quite town sided.
Oh, sorry, I didn't mean for that post to be interpreted as a criticism against the game's design or how it's playing out. It's more that I suck at keeping up with games I spectate, and I was poking fun at so much discussion occurring that's not consolidating into a single narrative which makes it even harder to keep up with - it wasn't a criticism of the game or anyone in particular. Plus I'm not playing so not as involved with the game as I would be if I was. I'm always bad at the early days when there's a lot of people talking, specially when not everyone is focusing on the same thing. Already what has happened today is enough to know that this might turn into a memorable game for many of the players :P
Specially those who thought flavorless would mean simple :P
Post by crimsonfist on Jun 29, 2017 3:40:31 GMT -8
Zubz's role should be wanting to attract a night kill. By acting the way he did on day 1 he did get a number of roles visiting him, although none were scum.
For when you read this Zubz, That role (and half the rest of the setup ) was taken from a previous gafia game, and the night watchman there got lynched from pulling a gambit too, so don't worry about messing up, it happens. I liked the role switching gambit, just a shame it didn't work out.
It sucks that Zubz' gambit got so out of hand and got him lynched. I feel like there's a thin line to walk between calling enough attention to yourself that you turn yourself into a NK target, and calling so much attention to yourself that scum figures you're so suspicious that town will deal with you on their own :P
And town will rationalize it as a deserved lynch because they'll see it as a bad play. Which is what every failed gambit is I guess.