IN THE WEREWOLF JUNGLE-GAME ENDS ON NIGHT 3! WOLVES WIN!

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Post by bsmith » Wed Oct 11, 2006 11:32 am

TaleSpinner wrote:You hear that, Jon? Hollywood beckons! ;)
I'm never going to believe anything Jon says ever again. :smt038

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Post by Mr Skeletor » Wed Oct 11, 2006 11:39 am

jttm80 wrote:But what the heck was our cobbler doing?
I won you the game!
I made sure you didn't get lynched on the first night, and also made the seers life a lot harder (he either had to reveal or be cast in suspicion in the future.)

If you guys were smart one of you should have pretended to be the seer towards the end to control the final lynching.

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Post by Stompy » Wed Oct 11, 2006 11:48 am

Mr Skeletor wrote:If you guys were smart one of you should have pretended to be the seer towards the end to control the final lynching.
You did good Frank, but I believe that announcing one of us was the Seer would have cast further suspicions our way when they weren't necessary.

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Post by annawid » Wed Oct 11, 2006 12:37 pm

jttm80 wrote:
Thanks for running it, Anna. Although I find your obsession with balls a little unsettling. :smt115
My obsession with balls? I didn't start the balls thing and you were the village gigolo cum butcher in a village composed entirely of males. :smt036
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Post by jttm80 » Wed Oct 11, 2006 12:38 pm

bsmith wrote:
TaleSpinner wrote:You hear that, Jon? Hollywood beckons! ;)
I'm never going to believe anything Jon says ever again. :smt038
I'd like to thank the Academy for this honor. Its such a privilege to be nominated alongside such fine actors.... hmm, whats that?
Oh right, sorry... was daydreaming again.
:smt081
Mr Skeletor wrote:I made sure you didn't get lynched on the first night, and also made the seers life a lot harder (he either had to reveal or be cast in suspicion in the future.)
Haha, thats true. But you acted so "good" that you had the wolves fooled. We played on the assumption that randy was our cobbler.

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Post by jttm80 » Wed Oct 11, 2006 12:41 pm

annawid wrote:
jttm80 wrote: Thanks for running it, Anna. Although I find your obsession with balls a little unsettling. :smt115
My obsession with balls? I didn't start the balls thing and you were the village gigolo cum butcher in a village composed entirely of males. :smt036
And I was damn good at my job.
:D

Err, I'd also like to point out that this smiley -> :smt115 was a mistake.
I had ad-block on, and it doesn't show the "lightbulb" part on my browser at home.
:smt087

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Post by bsmith » Wed Oct 11, 2006 3:19 pm

So who's starting the next one?

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Post by annawid » Wed Oct 11, 2006 5:48 pm

TaleSpinner wrote:
Stompy wrote:Thanks for running this Anna.

I think this game highlights the need for communication between the villagers. Having several 'quiet' villagers didn't help themselves or the others, as that drew several false suspicions.
Some of the key Villagers suffered from "unable-to-check-forums-regularly" syndrome. bsmith should not have been lynched once he revealed himself as the Baker. At very least, that Day should have ended with a no-lynch.

And it was absolutely unbelievable that Day 3 ended with a Seer lynch even with an established Seer-Mason alliance. All they had to do is unvote jttm and Vote randy to make the Day end with a 3-3 draw = no lynch. That would have bought them at least another Day.
You're welcome guys. It was unbelievable that Stompy wasn't unmasked after the Bsmith lynching. Funkiemark was busy and he was unlucky in that he chose Talespinner for first night view and Talespinner was :smt051 the next day.
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Post by annawid » Wed Oct 11, 2006 6:00 pm

bsmith wrote:So who's starting the next one?
You can. I'm in a complex 'In Nomine' WW game now at BGG. Too much to read and work out as there are angels, demons and Legions(werewolves) plus extra ways to earn essence(Victory points). More than 100 posts each day to scrutinize to try and find the Legions. Plus characterisation, I'm a trenchcoat wearing warrior woman with a mini uzi SMG in my right pocket and a pair of Sai in my left pocket. :smt072 Also trying to work out how to fit my uzi into my garter belt.

I'll join as a player if you start one though.
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Post by redturtle » Wed Oct 11, 2006 6:02 pm

there are definitely some very good liars in this bunch of players.

:evil:

Are we going to start another game?
Get a grip!

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Post by randy » Wed Oct 11, 2006 6:09 pm

Yeah, 3 cheers to Anna for running this one...

Yay! :smt006
Yay! :smt006
yay! :smt006

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Post by annawid » Wed Oct 11, 2006 6:28 pm

Thanks Randy. :smt053
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Post by bsmith » Wed Oct 11, 2006 7:24 pm

I can't run one, there's too much roleplaying and creativity involved!

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Post by annawid » Wed Oct 11, 2006 10:37 pm

Maybe Stompy or Jon? I know they're very creative liars.... :smt016
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Post by jttm80 » Wed Oct 11, 2006 11:23 pm

I have absolutely no idea what Anna is talking about.
:smt083

I wouldn't mind "trying" to run one, but I was taking a look at the BGG ones, and man, those are crazy!

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