Sup, hoes. Forsythio in da house.
I crafted an opening post in case I was randed wolf. Since I wasn't, I didn't feel obligated to use it, and you now get to read my wonderful off-the-top-of-my-head posting instead.
It's been a while since I played WW, mostly because I got a job, and it takes away a lot of my potential WW time. But I figured since it this is a slow game AND has such a low post restriction, I'd be able to read the whole thread and have time to give 30 postsworth of my thoughts about its happenings as well.
My goals for this game are to improve on a few of my known ww failings:
a) suspect everyone, even people I enjoy chatting with, and therefore am usually less inclined to vote
b) Keep a level head when accused of being a wolf
c) Have confidence in my reads
reads like a villager. Post 29 is villagery outrage. He feels that what he said makes sense, and is upset that bsball went off on him.
I'm actively trying not to be one of the people that sees a heated argument over something minor and simply writes it off as v/v violence. However, in this instance they do both seem like villagers to me. Both on tone, only bsball on content. HCUFO softpushes someone recently accused and overexplains his reasoning; if his accusation is only "unnatural tone", then the first 8.5 lines of his bsball analysis in post 24 are filler, and don't provide any insight into Bsball's role. I've often seen wolves read other games to try to "find a player's differences in posting style", then come back with statements, but no productive conclusion. I'm giving him a mild villager lean on tone, even though his content says wolf to me.
's one post was wolfy
I should have an opinion on Henrik, but I don't. A bit villagery I suppose, but he doesn't get a blue name.
Originally Posted by Larry Legend
For now I am going to go with bsball who is a strong villa in a setting like this and sponge his vote of:
This is partially because of the reasons bsball wrote, the idea that bsball is a strong villager in this format, and to help generate early game discussion and ideas.
My goal will be to make this game as enjoyable as possible for everyone involved, and for a village win.
I dislike that Larry sponged bsball's vote with the reasoning that bsball is a strong villager in a setting like this. What does that mean? Does bsball have a reputation for being good at post restricted games?
Larry says he is sponging bsball about the McAvoy vote because bsball is a good villager. However, being a good villager or not doesn't relate to one's opinion on whether mac should be instalynched just for being in the game. That's just something you decide for yourself; "Do I want to spoil this person's WW experience forever because I think he is bad at the game?" "Because he is a good villager" and "in a setting like this" are overjustifications, imo. He is trying to make the vote more reasonable-sounding.
I think that Larry is a wolf, and wrote this statement because he thought he as a villager would think it would make sense to sponge bsball there for his (Larry's) given reasons. But as a villager, I say that it isn't.
Lastly, he says he wants to make the game as enjoyable for everyone as possible
, but here's the thing: he's voting for someone who hasn't yet posted, sponging the guy who said "this guy is so bad that I never want to be in the same village as him"
. I don't see how he could have been thinking the blue
while doing the red
. Therefore, he is lying about his thoughts and intentions, and is a wolf.