Gizzy wrote: »
Bradicus was a villager, reported he was in cargo .. but died in the airlock. /sigh
jdarksun wrote: »
Iron Weasel to keep things caliente.
OminousLozenge wrote: »
So, purely hypothetically speaking, someone who walks in there without a rad-suit might end up growing a third wang or something...?
My poor junk.
Macallan wrote: »
As far as people's locations go, I've been in the barracks the whole game. Could have sworn I'd posted that before but :shrug:. I would love to know who set the damn thing on fire while I was trying to fight the fire in Comms, but it's okay, because I won't let a little fire stop my barracks party. We're going mobile, people.
On a related note, I'm pretty sketched out about this Locus wagon. I'm voting OminousLozenge, partly for being dead smack in the middle of the "ALL ABOARD THE WAGON" lovefest, but also because it seems like his post is denigrating the Locus wagon, while hopping on it at the same time. I'm officially sick of the word wagon for now.
Wagon wagon wagon
Yesterday Me wrote:
So, the Locus vote.
I looked at the vote record, which is of course going to be thin this early, and I still think he's a reasonably good bet. I just didn't want to appear to be too engaged with the game in the main thread, because I've learned that the mafia tends to target villagers who are the most engaged and independent-thinking. So if you're with "them," well I guess I'm kinda screwed, but we all know a quiet village gets nowhere.
So here's what little I have to go on so far. Day 1, Locus made a throw-away vote (yeah, Day 1, very low weight). Day 2, he's on the kime wagon in the middle, between eddie84 and INANTP. Now, Cythraul and XoB are there as well. I find Obi's argument against XoB compelling enough to see if X does anything else suspicious. Now, between Locus and Cythraul, I don't see much to tip the scales either way. But the fact that someone else has a hunch about Locus that he's willing to act on suggests to a small extent that there might be something to my own suspicions about him.
The only other thing I can think of is to try and figure out who keeps setting the goddamn fire. Or hell, maybe nobody is and it's actually an environmental mechanic. It may take a little more time before we know what causes the fire to start, much less who's doing it. Unless I'm totally oblivious, we don't have a compiled table of who was where both nights.
Sir Fabulous wrote: »
I don't see the logic in voting people based on how many days they're alive when the mafia should have killed them.
I think it leaves the village way too open to manipulation.