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Jim
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join:2003-02-10
reply to ekster

Re: [game] 12 Angry Mafia

Why?



ekster
Hi there
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Lachine, QC
kudos:3

For his contribution above?



Kristopher
Tarquin
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Tyrinaria
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reply to Jim

Because I FoS'd him, of course.

We have two things right now. Jim follows people, which led to a successful lynch of Protus as a guilty party. He forgot to follow someone last night. Then we have ekster, who got a tip that Jim is trying to eliminate his competition? What competition? Are we to believe that the Guilty win by eliminating their own people? Or is ekster confirming Jim is Innocent through the tip, as the Guilty would be an Innocent person's competition. It makes little sense. That's why I FoS'd him.
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ekster
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FoS me all you want, man... I just want you lynched for the balls!

There is also the possibility that Jim wins by eliminating his own people, but the rest don't. Maybe the others know too much, maybe he just doesn't like them. I don't know what Modem was thinking... but I do not think that the guilty would be considered as 'competition' for someone innocent.



Jim
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join:2003-02-10

I think you're reading too much into it.
Let's let the jury decide.
I don't mind one way or the other.
What I want to know is what modem had in mind when he designed this game.
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ekster
Hi there
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Lachine, QC
kudos:3

Too much amphetamine?



ekster
Hi there
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Lachine, QC
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reply to Jim

But yes, I could be reading too much into it... but what else can I do? It's the only bit of information I have.



Jim
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reply to ekster

said by ekster:

Too much amphetamine?

If that were the case then I probably wouldn't look like Jaba.
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Goggalor
Psychonaut
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join:2009-06-09
Your Mind!
kudos:2
reply to Jim

said by Jim:

Yea. Soooo not me.
When I'm not panhandling begging mooching working, it's a kilt. Just a kilt.

And, you're guilty. Aren't you?

I'm guilty of caring for you, Jimbo!
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From Psychonauts -
Lungfish Civilian: (describing Goggalor) He's impervious to bullets! ... and love!
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Brom
Let's go Bucs

join:2010-10-26
Pittsburgh, PA
reply to ekster

said by ekster:

but I do not think that the guilty would be considered as 'competition' for someone innocent.

Why not? The first group to have all their members incarcerated loses, how is that not competition?


ekster
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Lachine, QC
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I guess I just never saw town/innocents as being in competition with mafia/guilty. I always thought of town as surviving and figuring out who the mafia is.



Goggalor
Psychonaut
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Your Mind!
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Since we are playing a game with Mindf*cker hosting, would it not be plausible for a defendant to be neutral and only in it to eliminate as many people as he can? Maybe that's what Captain Caveman's tip is about?



Brom
Let's go Bucs

join:2010-10-26
Pittsburgh, PA

I actually don't think that's the case. Modem made it clear in the opening that these were two equally sized teams, so I don't think a neutral person would work. I also didn't think there would be any 'powers' though, so my opinions may not count for much.



f0rtys3ven
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join:2011-09-01
Lansing, MI
reply to DrModem

We need a TheRul post this day before moving forward.



Jim
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join:2003-02-10

He's busy.
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TheRul
Why Not You?
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join:2007-09-18
Gilroy, CA
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How did you know?
Ok. I am still innocent, but I can not find any way to prove others not guilty. 4 to 2 is the score, and a bad picture in the way. KrisT should be ousted just for that...
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"We are the only intelligent people in the universe." Arrogance 3:10



Goggalor
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Your Mind!
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reply to Brom

said by Brom:

I actually don't think that's the case. Modem made it clear in the opening that these were two equally sized teams, so I don't think a neutral person would work. I also didn't think there would be any 'powers' though, so my opinions may not count for much.

said by DrModem:

If you are confused, just remember this everyone:

If you are town, you are trying to draw out the mafia for the jury

If you are mafia, you are trying to make the jury think you are innocent and paint town players as guilty.

Something else to remember:

There is no PMing at all in this game, so even the mafia members don't know who the other mafia members are, even though there is an even split between the two teams of 5 each.

Who knows anything, other than Modem himself, this game? Even the guilty defendants (Mafia) do not know who's who. Maybe there is not a "neutral", but there could very well be some kind of "rising mafioso" who has to take out everyone by cleaning house and setting up his throne on a pile of corpses? Or... Mindf*cker is doing what he does best...

FoS: Jim

... because ekster is the only one to have brought information up this day about a defendant.
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From Psychonauts -
Lungfish Civilian: (describing Goggalor) He's impervious to bullets! ... and love!
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Jim
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join:2003-02-10

^guilty beyond a doubt
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f0rtys3ven
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join:2011-09-01
Lansing, MI
reply to DrModem

Bang Gavel



TheRul
Why Not You?
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Gilroy, CA
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reply to Goggalor

I will say this. at the beginning, I thought the Mindfraker had all of us defendants innocent.
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"We are the only intelligent people in the universe." Arrogance 3:10



Antonica
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join:2002-09-02

Vote: Ekster

I'm going with Ekster, and probably Gogg next due to them going after Jim. While he could be saccing one of his buddies, the fact that ekster is trying to get Jim voted for just seems like he's scared of being followed next.



Jobbie
Keep It Simple
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Mexico
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I don't like the lack of investigations from Jim, did he forgot to do it or he did it on purpose
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Judge a man by the trials of his shield, not the empty reaping of his sword.



Krisnatharok
Caveat Emptor
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Earth Orbit
kudos:12

the fuck happened today



Jobbie
Keep It Simple
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Mexico
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said by Krisnatharok:

the fuck happened today

Need more than that from you my friend, read and let us know your thoughts.
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Judge a man by the trials of his shield, not the empty reaping of his sword.


Jobbie
Keep It Simple
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Mexico
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Vote: ekster

Need to keep the game going.

WTB more KrisN



Krisnatharok
Caveat Emptor
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Earth Orbit
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Fine fine.

Vote Ekster

Promise to be involved more tomorrow--I fly back from my little road trip on Thursday, so starting tomorrow night, I promise to come up with and explain my thoughts on this game so far.
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Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.



DrModem
Trust Your Doctor
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USA
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Ekster was a guilty defendant.

Period is now courtroom debate.



TheRul
Why Not You?
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join:2007-09-18
Gilroy, CA
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The Innocents are on a comeback! Yea us.



ekster
Hi there
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Lachine, QC
kudos:3
reply to DrModem

I guess that has to mean that Jim is innocent. Oh well.



Jim
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join:2003-02-10
reply to DrModem

3 guilt are left.

Brom
KrisT
Goggalor
Archivis
TheRul

There is a very good chance that Goggalor is not guilty. That leaves

Brom
KrisT
Archivis
TheRul

3 of which are guilty. eskster's 'inside' information was probably a lie. Does anybody have any insight? As I indicated, I followed Giggles during the last deliberation. He's probably not guilty.
Does anyone care?
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