Fujiwara wrote:For tomorrow, I'd like for us to vote for one of the following:
Fujiwara wrote:Jd- wrote:I'll be a liiittle be quieter this game just due to some commitments that'll make me miss phase changes, but I'll still show up 'round this time each day to help solve dem mysteriez.
My #1 advice right now: Watch what people are saying. There are two informants, and now the Spy has delivered messages to each of them by now. They somehow have to signal to the Spy who they are in this topic, so we should be on the lookout for suspicious behavior.
Fujiwara wrote:I didn't actually exclude the possibility that someone else was the informant and was beginning to become more suspicious of shinichi'sapprentice in particular. Yes, my paranoia level definitely increased as the game went on.
Jd- wrote:Floating this one out there: Does anyone else want to try a "blitz" sort of Espionage next time, perhaps by having two phase changes per day? Or, one and a half phase changes per day, with a clear schedule of when they end every 18 hours or so.
shinichi'sapprentice wrote:dumytru hasn't acted very 'evil-like', but that's his specialty though...
Fujiwara wrote:In the end, it was your defense of me which eventually led to my (mostly) trusting you, but not in the way you might expect. Since your reasoning for why I should be civilian was completely irrational and I know you to be a rational person, there were two possibilities: Either you were an informant and had just told the spy to kill me, or you were a civilian with me on their list and wanted to protect me because I might very well be the detective. So when I didn't die yesterday, I was a lot more inclined to trust you today.
Jellitto wrote:@Jd-: googleearth was killed on day 3, not day 1.
Fujiwara wrote:And lastly, there's shinichi'sapprentice. Difficult that one, very difficult. I'm actually beginning to suspect that he's the informant if it's not Jd-. But I don't really think he's spy. I have no proof, though, it's just the impression I got.
Togop wrote:Fujiwara wrote:And last but not least:Togop wrote:About the voting alliance, I guess I'm in for now.
Just like shinichi'sapprentice, I'd really like to know why you wrote that.
It's not a code. After all, it's way too short to encode much information. For now you can ignore it, though I may refer to it later (probably won't).
Jd- wrote:For when Stopwatch comes around: Can you explain what it was that went down on Day 2? I wasn't here for it, so I was confused up till the end as to what really happened back then.
Terry Pratchett wrote:The trouble with having an open mind, of course, is that people will insist on coming along and trying to put things in it.
bash7353 wrote:I kind of always assumed that Haneda's parents might've had names.
shinichi'sapprentice wrote:Fujiwara wrote:And lastly, there's shinichi'sapprentice. Difficult that one, very difficult. I'm actually beginning to suspect that he's the informant if it's not Jd-. But I don't really think he's spy. I have no proof, though, it's just the impression I got.
~.~ sorry for being difficult. throughout the game, i started to believe Fujiwara was the detective. he was making good deductions. at least by being suspicious, i thought i'd get the spy pissed off of me so he'll target me instead. but eh,..
when i got my role at prep phase, i initially planned to just stay quiet because i was civilian yet again.
shinichi'sapprentice wrote:these four people:
ignoring my list, these are the top people i was being cautious of. i have no idea of their game style since this is the first time i encountered them. but with round 2 finished, data has been collected.
No, no, don't apologize! I was having lots of fun suspecting you and Jd- of being the informant - it certainly kept me on my toes. XD Also, I am really glad you didn't stay quiet, because I needed more people to talk.
Jd- wrote:Now that... is an unexpected turn of events.Togop wrote:I wonder if the spy is inactive, just pretending to be inactive, or is afraid to kill as the second informer hasn't identified himself.
That sums up the possibilities and I'm honestly not sure which is more likely. They killed on the first day, but not the second? I can think of some potential strategies for doing so, but... I'm not sure who's wild enough to actually go through with that.
Fujiwara wrote:Here's the most important conclusion I drew from this round:
Talking people provide a place for the detective to hide, while silent people provide a place for the spy to hide.
I don't mean to bully quiet players at all, I can totally sympathize with people not wanting to say much, but in this game, if you stay quiet you make it harder for the detective to do his job.
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