Oh yeah, I forgot to ask: What the fuck was lizzardKing doing with his "I'm a monster" bullshit? Was he just fucking stupid and got careless or was it planned?
Definitely not part of the plan; Lizzard went completely off the damn reservation in his final days. At the very least, he managed to cast some degree of suspicion on the other players (tossing out ZP's name, for instance).
Yes I did go nuts, I went mad actually. I was not counting on them picking up Marco so damn fast, I fucked up big
What I thought was: I was already being gunned at, and when ZP tried to defend me because of being a new player, I decided to roll with and jokingly say that we were both monsters and where in love, it was meant as a joke, I did not think I would be taken seriously, maybe I shoul've tried to make up and explain myself, that was my error, but you guys clearly don't joke arround here
Last edited by lizzardpt; 11-26-2012 at 01:47 AM.
Reason: Reasons explained
The game was great, I was genuinely gutted I died so early... why did the robots start killing off people in group B?
I thought the day one choice of items was a great
idea, nothing sucks worse than dying in the first night and this allowed everyone to say and do something. Also would have* given the group something more to speculate on in the next day phase.
* - I say "would have" because Used's role was the primary taking point after the item votes, he pretty much owned this game by his clever abuse of the nerd role.
Started killing off Group B because it was a god damn blowout in there by that point, there was no point trying to preserve the number when people were pretty set on hanging Marco. I was hoping to draw it out long enough to have all of group B dead by the time it was just me but that didn't work out.
Fair point, I guess once the three wolves were found and killed any survivors in group B would be confirmed villagers, and having that many would have been fatal.
Like Clown said, the nerd role would need to have harsher rules put in, maybe they only get to see one group, or maybe make them split the players into three or four groups?
I was more worried the Prophet role who break the game but as Dex said it's quick to confirm groups of people but to actually pinpoint someone you'd need to ask another question or two. I'm sure there's a game breaking question the prophet can ask, I can't think of it though.
But actually that's an interesting idea. Panning far ahead that for one page or set of pages only some secret (or known to few) effect will be in place. At least I guess that's what you were saying Dex otherwise it is my idea and I own it.