Lind Whisperer

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  1. Lind Whisperer

    Heroica RPG 2.0

    Hypothetical - Quest for a quest? I have two different homebrews I've been working on - would anybody be interested in some day in the future hosting one of them, in exchange for a quest hosted now?
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    Star Trek 2 Mafia - Day Five

    Don't get too confident of yourself, it can easily backfire. Or, you'll get a pass - like we gave Wesley after "It HAS to be Fworg!". @Hinckley Yo! A-yup. Still no indications from you as to what I should be defending.
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    Star Trek 2 Mafia - Day Five

    No, I'd say that you're less objectively scummy than Riker. Nor have you really done anything objectively scummy that I haven't mentioned before. (Also, where did I inply that you made this sudden scummyness shift? Because I don't remember making ut.) I've been waiting all game for any kind of a ping, a gut feeling to go off. I got it, Nothing to do with "scummieness" or who was being lynched. Can't even say it would stand out to anyone else. But it stood out to me. What's there to defend? I've posted almost every thought I've had almost as I had it. No blunders, no misposts. I'm not giving up; defenses are scummy, and I don't have anythibg to he defensive about. (If there's a specific point, clarify, 1%. ) Lynching me is a dumb move that will guarantee a tomorrow. But I have nothing to back me up, except my word, and my play. And begging to live, is a waste of both our time. If I've really triggered your scumdar, please continue your vite and use the information tomorrow.
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    Star Trek 2 Mafia - Day Five

    I guess that's personal taste. In my mind, participation/putting yourself out there, is a better game than staying hidden. Maybe not more townie, but it's not right to stay low while people are putting so much effort in the game. 2%. Personal feelings, whatever. I have absolutely no case. I don"t play that way. Because Riker hasn't pinged me. Wesley has. *I have no case... i.e., I don't defend myself.
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    Star Trek 2 Mafia - Day Five

    If I wasn't at 4% percent, I'd post a montage of his "insights". And a count on his actual participation. Some process. "Gee, can't be Troi, and Riker DESERVES to win if scum...must be Picard!" @Hinckley Feel free to vote on me.
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    Star Trek 2 Mafia - Day Five

    "I find everyone and everyone credible! But that guy I've had tunnle vision on until today? Yeah, I'm finding him scummy again. Re-vote!" When it looked like Troi was going to be the vote, you unvoted me. Now that focus is off of her, and back on me, suddenly you re-vote. And you make sure to add an addendum letting us know you "totes" hadn't seen Wesley's vote. Then fluff about a "mafia-free weekend". Nothing I haven't already said. I had my first ping, and I voted. If you want to skip a night kill, feel free to vote Picard. But do promise me you'll give Riker a good sound questioning on Day Seven/Six/whatever. 'Cause it WILL come, and he WILL keep lurking. (Separate note: Its interesting how quick Wesley was to change his mind on me once I said I was voting on him.) More fluff?
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    Star Trek 2 Mafia - Day Five

    I would; staying low is lazy scum. Be out in the middle of the action! Already checked mine, for the heck of it. No change, sadly. (Imagine playing two days of the game convinced you were town, but you're actually scum!) It was the way you said it, nothing to do with context or content.
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    Star Trek 2 Mafia - Day Five

    Forgot the proper format. Unvote: Picard(Lind Whisperer) Vote: Wesley(Pandora)
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    Star Trek 2 Mafia - Day Five

    Vote: Wesley(Pandora) It could be perfectly good metagaming, it may even be a logical deduction. All I know, is that's the first time I've read something and gone "okay, that's scummy." Combined with your earlier post about "bait"...and now I'm second-guessing. But I keeping it. Troi is scummy, but that was a ping, in a pingless game.
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    Star Trek 2 Mafia - Day Five

    You keep waffling on night kills. First you're saying we should have one, then you're saying "what! You support a night kill!?!", then you're back to promoting them again, and now you're back again being critical. Honestly, I just want to vote for one of you but I keep going in a circle. "Wesley's my gut, but he's putting together a good case against Troi. But Riker's still scummy-wait, he's unvoted, great, that clears a lot up..."
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    Heroica RPG 2.0

    I have radically different ideas about what I liked about Heroica, so I've been working on a homebrew(a more straight adaption+a few QOL improvements), but one problem that seems to be universal, is time. This was not a particularly dense quest. (As is typical for Endvame) it was a GOOD quest, but a quest that took nearly two months. People posted about once a day, tops. What might take two nights at a tabletop, takes two months.(Times aren't exact, but you get the point.) Time is expensive. It's one thing to commit to, say, a week long thing. It's another to commit to things that can take a month at the minimum, months if it runs long. It's not an inviting prospect and I can't be the only one who feels this. I like these games, but worrying about having to commit to months, when I barely know where I'll be from week-to-week, isn't fun. I've tried to come up with a way to get around this problem but the solutions so far involved either Community shared player characters or Quest Masters posting on "autoplay" - both of which would severely diminish the level of fun
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    Star Trek 2 Mafia - Day Five

    Troi voted also, check top-of-page.
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    Star Trek 2 Mafia - Day Five

    Vote: Extend day "I wouldn't shut up about how hard I was trying to be town, so people assumed I was scum." I was making a joke about myself.
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    Star Trek 2 Mafia - Day Five

    I have some personal stuff going on. I checked occasionally to see if there were any shocking revelations being posted. There weren't. End of story.
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    Star Trek 2 Mafia - Day Five

    Quote me where Isaid it had anything to do with Fworg. People have lives outside of Mafia. Good! I l should really have been more scrutinized. Every game before, scum or town, I tried to be a Townie. No one was a better Townie than me! Naturally, everyone assumed I was Scum. So last game and this, I just gave up trying, and just played it as fast and loose as possible irregardless of "how it looked". And, apparently, my "ludicriously scummy" is everyone's "probably townie."