Xeras wrote:That reminds me of a story. We have a stray cat at work. Whenever I see it, I call it Neko-San. One time my employee asked me why I call it 'neko-san'. I told him that I was basically calling it miss kitty in japanese. He then asks 'So if it was a boy cat, would you call it neko-chan?'
darkclaymore wrote:I say we all should commit a group suicide
darkclaymore wrote:Of course I meant that we should make it a random kill between all participants (which happens when everybody voting for themselves)
Xeras wrote:Which would clearly not work. We have people like me. Even though I am town, I would take the advantage for a last minute snipe. >>
Ubiquitor wrote:darkclaymore wrote:Of course I meant that we should make it a random kill between all participants (which happens when everybody voting for themselves)
Theoretically, a random lynch among all participants in D1 has a 1/3 success rate (depending on actual role distribution). Considering that D1 has a record of mislynches, that route would be preferable; nevertheless, implementation of such would be difficult (full tie of single votes). Any one person may snipe-vote at the last moment out fear of death.
Xeras wrote:You ever watch the final game in the liar game's drama. It was the same concept. Basically, there were gold apples, silver apples, and red apples.
I haven't watched it for a while, but if I recall correctly, the game worked on minority voting between the gold and silver apples. The people that picked the minority would gain 100,000,000 Yen, and the people in the majority would lose 100,000,000 yen. If only one person picked a red apple, they would lose 1,000,000,000 Yen. However, if everyone picked red apples, everyone would gain 100,000,000 Yen, and no one would lose a cent.
Having everyone pick one person, and not switch works on the same paranoia as that example of liar's game. Why risk 1,000,000,000 yen only to gain 100,000,000? Who cares about everyone else? People tend to favor themselves first.
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