Dragonator

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  1. BRICKYWOOD - Conclusion

    No epic death scene for me though, how disappointing! I feel cheated out of a dramatic final scene! *dramatic hair swish* Well played Lord Duvors, and hard to catch you out when you could clearly choose whether or not to use your kill action.
  2. BRICKYWOOD - Day 10

    [new post] Actually, rewind a moment. A thought occurs to me. I really would like to just finish this, but I see a way that I can prove myself. Let me live, and tonight I'll block either Glenn or Roger, instead of Finn. Assuming the person I block lives (and we can even guarantee it if Roger protects Glenn and I block Glenn), that person can confirm that they were blocked, which would prove I am not the killer. If the killer also kills one of us (which I assume Finn would take the opportunity to do so), that makes it even easier for the 2 surviving town to convict him tomorrow. If not, it does no harm. Look at it this way. You convict me now, the killer kills someone tonight, and it is game over. Let me live, at worst we lose one person tonight, still have 3 left tomorrow and can have another go at lynching, hopefully with slightly better information. Doesn't matter to me either way but, if the remaining town do actually want to survive this, do at least consider it. To assess the potential outcomes of not convicting me: Nobody dies, I block Glenn, Glenn confirms he was blocked. Gives us slightly better info, at least proves I'm not the scum killer and indicates someone else is (given that Gopher was killed we know somebody is). One person dies, likely either myself or Roger (if he protects Glenn). If Roger dies, Glenn confirms I blocked him, we lynch Finn. If I die, you can lynch Finn. If Finn dies... not sure about that one. Probably lynch me I guess. Worst case: one person dies (either Finn or Roger), Glenn states he was not blocked, and the two remaining people can lynch me. If you are confident I am the last scum, then this is a no-risk test. Convicting me: Game over town, game over. Figuratively of course, this is no game. *hairswish* Glenn I think of everyone here, you are probably the most reasonable. Do consider it.
  3. BRICKYWOOD - Day 10

    Would be pretty weird to block my own teammate on the first night though right? Anyway, stop trying to take my spotlight! This is my monologue time, you had your chance for discussion, Scummy McScum pants!
  4. BRICKYWOOD - Day 10

    Well that's quite unfortunate, surviving all this time just to see the town shoot itself in the foot when we're so close and when it is so much more obvious than it has been in previous days. Such a pity! Gopher would have seen the sense in all of this, probably why Finn killed him I assume. I think I have enough time to go get my hair properly swishy before I am at last killed off in a dramatic fashion. And a monologue no less!! I always knew it would end like this, brought down by the criticism of a deceitful critic, a jealous actress and ... whatever that Finn guy does around here I don't even know. Alas! For my time has come, to take to the stage one last time and to end these days, what feels like months, of endless suffering. Release me from my torment!! I can no longer take the lashings of an unfair critic, the backstabbing of a second rate actress, the tacky tones of music that has lost its relevance. It is time! Time to transcend this mortal flesh and ascend unto the realms of the departed, where I shall be a star for eternity! It is my calling! *hair swish!* If, somehow, two of you are in fact town and somehow survive the night, don't let Finn get away with it please. But my assumption is that we have in fact already lost and were delaying the inevitable. Two possibilities come to mind. I have had for a long while a suspicion that Glenn isn't really the townie he claims to be, although how you can have a neutral investigator I have no idea. I am more skeptical of the proposition that Roger is also a Burpamount with Finn, but it would make sense and would fit with some of my suspicions on previous days, although that doesn't explain why we are still sitting here then. This should have been over a while ago if that were the case. I think the more likely explanation for this strange turn of events is that one of you is neutral and another is Burpamount, but given what is about to occur, I look forward to finding out very soon. Heaven forbid that Glenn and Roger are in fact both town and were actually legitimately swayed by the scum right at the finish line. How unfortunate that would be. With that, I shall await my fate! Farewell for now, cruel world! Until we meet again.
  5. BRICKYWOOD - Day 10

    Well, I for one don't see any point dragging this out any longer. Once again, I vote: Finn Foley (Tariq J). If we again for some reason split on the vote, I'll just continue to block Finn. But honestly, I so reason to split another time. The evidence is stacked against him. If Finn AND Roger are scum, then let's just declare a town loss, let me have a dramatic final monologue as befits a star such as myself, and finally end this.
  6. BRICKYWOOD - Day 10

    Finn suggested an explanation for the lack of kills was that the scum could only kill on alternate nights, a proposition I found ludicrous to begin with. The fact we just had 2 nights in a row with no kill suggests that such a proposition is even more unlikely. Honestly we're over thinking at this stage. Finn is the final scum. Let's get this over with. If there are in fact two scum left and we are at a stalemate, could we just have that declared so that we don't have to continue on any longer?
  7. BRICKYWOOD - Day 10

    I blocked Finn again, and was told that I was successful. I think that successfully puts to rest Finn's alternative nights argument. I don't see any reason to put off voting for him any longer.
  8. BRICKYWOOD - Day 9

    We don't have long left to decide whether we are lynching. I don't mind too much if we don't get a lynch tonight, I can continue to block Finn to prove my point. If one of us is killed in the night, that still leaves 3 people left for another day. If we lynch the wrong person today, we lose. Killing on alternate nights doesn't make much sense Finn, I have never heard of that before. And why would the scum killer target Glenn when we have all had our role claims out there for days and all know that Roger is protecting Glenn? The much simpler explanation is that I blocked you and prevented you from killing anyone. Gopher had claimed to me that he was vanilla before he died and told me there was a doctor. I had already guessed that the doctor was Roger. Gopher even tried testing Roger while he was still alive to see whether his reports of successful protections aligned with my claimed role blocks, something I asked him to so. You can see where Gopher asked this in the town block PM that we are all part of (29 August post).
  9. BRICKYWOOD - Day 9

    I led the vote for Thelma, did I not? I came forward with block evidence and suggested that vote, ultimately leading to her conviction. I think that goes in my favour. And while I agree that we all have points in our favour somewhere, Finn your reasoning still does not address why there was no kill last night or two nights past and you have refused to try and answer that. I know I'm town, so I realise you are likely scum scrabbling for a reason, but it doesn't help your argument against me that you can't explain why there was no kill on the two nights that I blocked you. You have no alternative explanation at all. If I were scum, I would have killed those two nights and this ordeal would now be over for us all. I think last night was particularly telling. There are four of us left. We have claimed investigator, doctor, blocker and vanilla. One of us is lying and is the scum killer. The numbers are so low that all the scum needed to do was kill someone and then convince one other person today to vote for the other townie, and scum would win after killing off the final person tonight. But no, no kill happened and we are left with four people, requiring three to be in agreement to achieve a lynch. If the scum could avoid that, they would have. As things stand, even if there is a lynch there could still be a stalemate or loss for the scum team (if I block successfully tonight we would have 3 left, and if I don't there would be 2 left which could lead to a stalemate if I am one of those 2 left with my block ability). Scum would definitely want to avoid this. It makes sense then that there was no kill last night because my block against Finn was successful. That is the simple answer. We have all at one time or another led or been instrumental in a vote for scum. I don't think that alone is something any one of us can rely on. I can see ways that all three of you could each be scum, but I think of the three of you, Finn is the most likely based on the evidence we have.
  10. BRICKYWOOD - Day 9

    Well, agreed objectively it is an interesting theory but naturally I know it is wrong, and it also doesn't explain two nights with no kill. If the scum could have killed on those two nights, they would have, we would be two more people down, and this whole ordeal would likely be over by now. To get the ball rolling I vote: Finn Foley (Tariq J).
  11. BRICKYWOOD - Day 9

    I'm not sure I can see how the last 3 nights fit into your argument though Finn. We had no kill last night, a kill the night before, and no kill the night before that. I blocked you on the two nights that there was no kill. Particularly last night, if it wasn't you then it had to be Roger or Glenn (as I know I am town). If the killer were Glenn, why was there no successful kill? Same for Roger. If they are both scum, it should be all over by now. If I were last scum, surely I would have killed Roger and blamed it on you? And killed someone on the other night that there was no kill as well? Your reasoning doesn't match with there being two night with no kills.
  12. BRICKYWOOD - Day 9

    I just don't think it is a coincidence that I block Finn, no kill, next night don't block anyone, there is a kill, and then block Finn again, no kill. I don't see another explanation. With Roger as bodyguard, I assume he has protected Glenn each night. If Roger were lying and is actually the killer, then someone else would have been killed last night. If Roger is not lying, then someone else would have been killed if Glenn were the killer. That leaves myself and Finn. Finn has claimed vanilla town, I have claimed town blocker. Roger has confirmed that on both nights I blocked him, he was unsuccessful. I blocked Finn twice now and both times was told I was successful, and both times there was no scum kill. I assume the scum could not choose to NOT kill, that would not make sense. So, that leaves me with Finn as godfather and killer last night. I don't see any other options. To test the theory though: the one thing that doesn't sit well with me is that Roger is still alive despite the town block knowing that he had claimed protector. Why would Finn kill Gopher, a vanilla townie, when he could have killed Roger, a doctor? Roger claimed at the start of the town block PM that he would protect Glenn; Finn would have seen that. I feel like something is not adding up quite right there. Scum mistake perhaps? Too obvious to kill the protector? Glenn, how do you know that Roger is a bodyguard? Surely your investigation should only have told you that he is town, not his role as well. And I thought he had claimed using the term "doctor" not "bodyguard".
  13. BRICKYWOOD - Day 9

    Well Brick was useless. Sigh. Interesting though. I had a suspicion that we were voting wrong and decided to block Finn again last night to see what would happen. Lo and behold, no kill last night. Let's discuss all the possibilities around that, shall we? Glenn, Roger, what are your thoughts? Only 4 of us left, and all of us supposedly cleared for the town block, so I am assuming only 1 remaining Burpamount otherwise it would all be over for us right now. If one of you is neutral you damn well better know what's good for you and vote with the town.
  14. BRICKYWOOD - Day 8

    Well, I don't think there is much more to be said from yesterday. Vote: Brick Affleck (Actor Builder)
  15. BRICKYWOOD - Day 8

    Thanks Glenn. Assuming we can rely on the investigator results, of Roger and Brick I would be much more comfortable with lynching Brick... we probably should have yesterday, I don't feel like we really have anything more to go off.