a) im a dunkass who didnt even realize i should have had mark of the hexed, even though it didnt matter cause i played under the assumtpion i was town anyway
b) fuk u mfg, +1 to ban
c) fuk u j_128, +1 to "only play if you're active enough to"
d) really sad to see fortune teller having gotten center. I'd actually be interested in playing this exact setup (or one similar) so the house roles can be displayed a bit better, hopefully in a game where a townie doesnt throw and eveyrbody actually shows up to play. That was just a very unlucky game as a whole, thanks for making me feel popular tho xoxo love ya
Speaking of house roles
Diviner: You wake up and give a player (including yourself) the Mark of Insight. (Wakes up after Vampires). Is seen by the beholder. Wins with town.
Mark of Insight: During the night, the mark reveals whether the person holding the mark did a night action, whether the person holding the mark got targeted with a night action, whether the mark was viewed, whether the mark was swapped, and whether the mark was overwritten. The names/roles of the people interacting with the mark are not revealed.
Probably too janky and confusing compared to the other house roles, but i'd like some thoughts on it.
"Prizm for instance completely missed that he could confirm that his mark was counterfeit" <- Does this mean that Prizm did think he was a Vampire in the end, and only the Counterfeiter (FP) himself knew that it was a fake mark?
Mark of the vampire got overwritten with mark of the hexed, which got overwritten with mark of the fake. i was under the impression that it went hex -> vampire -> fake, instead of vampire -> hex -> fake. I should have known from the moment i saw noivern had hexed me that i was not a vampire even if i had been targeted, but i misinterpreted the night order.
signing for the next one on the condition that mfg isnt playing. Not gonna beat around the bush here; I'm not gonna bother playing a game with somebody who has thrown twice in a row, and has succeeded at effectively single-handedly ruining the last two games. Not sorry.
But even if I were the real drunk, you should have thought that there was a 2/3 chance being a good target (Werewolf and Hunter).
I also wanted to make a sign that I was hunter but apperantelly, nobody noticed it. It was quite inobvious but think about it: Why did I suddenly assume that Hunter was center? I also had put Impy as "not claimed". But think about the situation: All of the other roles were already assigned and I could have written "Werewolf" at her too. In other words, it was made delebritely.
Being deliberate doesnt give you a free pass. You had no reason to dance about your role, and all this dancing isn't some perfectly executed gameplan; it's completely twisted assine town play that makes absolutely no sense. Get your head out of your ass
Originally posted by MarioFanGamer
But in the end, it was a boring round too, anyway. Everyone but me were completely honest and even I told the truth.
Being generous you lied for all of the game sans 1 post, but I'm not being generous. You came up short of actually ever claiming your legitimate role, and waited until the game was essientially over to even bother attempting to tell the truth. As far as i'm concerned you lied the entire game. Get your head out of your ass.
Originally posted by MarioFanGamer
And yes, this round is the this is the reason why I wanted to host around, not you, Noivern.
He literally played your exact set up. Noivern had nothing to do how the game turned out, and accusing him is downright pathetic. Get your head out of your ass.