A Forum Game of Blood on the Clocktower (GAME IS NOW OVER)

I think we can chat / whisper again after Casey registers his vote? Before we move to the next nomination?

I don’t know, maybe? I mean, I’m not going to name a target out loud, at least.

Sign language? Morse code?

@Lodgium is this a thing we can do?

There’s technically a short window between nominations to whisper, but be wary of getting cut off. I will generally try to call for votes as soon as a nominee provides their defense.

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No… but I think this was moot?

Thanks for this Perky.

I’m more interested in the “ why Matt, not lantz “ question.

I honestly don’t know. I jumped on the train because I guessed the people in the Big Whisper group knew more than I did. They probably still do.

Generally, it’s first come first served for nominations. I’ll go ahead and run with this one after I process the result of the first vote, but my hope is that we don’t have serial escalation of preemptive nominations as time goes on.

YES Votes for the execution of @Juan_Raigada: 2

2 does not meet the threshold of 4, @Juan_Raigada is safe today.

@Lantz has nominated @jostly for execution.

@jostly, do you have anything to say in your defense?

Lantz whispers to Knightsaber.

We get arguments for as well, right?

You can all keep yelling at discussing with each other in-thread for as long as you like

I would like to add my for argument:

Jostly seems like a reasonable person to execute because we need to try and narrow down if the Casey/Jostly pair is legitimate outsiders. Casey has declared a role that is very risky for us to go after, so Jostly seems like the best course of action since a report on his role, while potentially obfuscating, can hopefully provide a little insight into what is going on. Exactly how depends on what information people trust.

I am obviously biased in this conversation, because my obvious internal answer is that I am not evil.

But my general thought as far as the larger game is that I quickly declared a pretty mediocre role and he took his time to declare a more powerful role. I don’t know what other info people are sitting on that might have swayed them.

Also, I am always good.

I can’t speak for everyone else, but for me, I thought it more likely that @Matt_W was bluffing than that @Lantz was, and I thought that based on how quickly they announced their roles (whether they took time to rule out a double claim possibility or not) and which roles they claimed. Lantz came out of the gate with middling role and offered up the information he had right away. Matt, on the other hand, first claimed he had info (which he did not disclose) and only claimed a role later when challenged, and claimed a role which came with a kind of immunity from execution. It just seemed off to me.

Was it right? Dave says so, but is he telling the truth?

@scottagibson dials into the @Lantz / @Perky_Goth / @rowe33 conference call.

Again, the rules on the Undertaker and Recluse are less than clear. In the Undertaker wiki, it first gives this example:

The Drunk, who thinks they are the Virgin, is executed today. At night, the Undertaker is shown the Drunk token, because the Undertaker learns a player’s true character, as opposed to the one they believe they are.

But later in the Undertaker section, it says this:

Beware the Spy and the Recluse! They will likely register to you as good and evil characters respectively, as their abilities continue to function even when they are dead.

I take from this that we will likely learn nothing at all from Jostly’s death.