Wan't there a convincing assumption that those who voted for Nazou might be mafia?
Nazou- 5 (Vampko, DarkClaymore, Xeras, phoenix, Quill)
Reasons for voting were:
vampko wrote:As I said, 'with the powers of random'.
As in, I used random.org. And it landed on Naz between the two of you.
As I said, in my experience, those who vote for someone, and don't give much reason, tend to be mafia. Everyone else, when voting, gave a pretty decent reason from what I remember.
Oh wow. I did the random number thing and it landed on Nazou (lucky number 13).Vote: Nazou
I'm willing to see where Xeras is going with this experiment, as I'm not convinced that either one is mafia (just suspicious as hell). Plus, I have a stake in this as well, as I'd rather not die today, and Nazou never did fully explain why they voted me. Neither did Lopez for that matter, but he's not the one with a vote on him currently.
There's a chance Nazou may be town, I understand, but this is the best lynch idea we have had so far this game.
Xeras wrote:I worked out these steps assuming the first one to follow a vote on me is mafia. The reason for this is that other than Sj, everyone doesn't really know if I am scum or not. If I am a townsperson like I said and there is no real evidence against me then the it is highly likely that a mafia member would try to eliminate an easy target.
I knew I'm on something here
And it's Claymore
! I almost mistook your name as well but changed in the last second
Just to note, my was out of pure boredom and due to having no actual suspect.
And... not sure I found the best reasons and explanations but this is all I got.
Since vampko voted first for Nazou, it makes him the least suspicious one for me. Because he voted before the whole "Nazou lynch voting" started. Of course, this makes me more suspicions, BUT I also voted Nazou quite a while before the rest did. Of course you can also think that both me and vampko are mafia members and that it was decided beforehand that Nazou will be the target and therefore I'm not sure whatever it really helps anyone.
Also, it's just me saying but I have a hard time buying Quillbell's explanation of choosing by random number. Of course that it's possible that it really turned out like this, but it sounds to convenient to me...
Well... DONE. Tried doing something a little useful
for a change.