"Amarth" said:Actually, not true. If the Blocker successfully protects someone, in the past that's always been indicated with special text (not who was protected, merely that successful protection occurred).
Okay, so from now on it's basically all guesswork. The only distinct chance we have at discovering some information we can be sure about is if the blocker manages to avert a night strike, thereby confirming the identity of someone innocent. A rather small chance, and even then we can't be sure for 100% because the case is indistinguishable from the murderers not picking a target.
"Amarth" said:About the "following the list" idea, I was merely listing possibilities. I didn't think it was likely (although you can never be too sure... sometimes, when arbitrarily picking targets, people will follow the oddest patterns. Mind you, if that's what the killers were doing, my speculations about it would certainly have made them change targets). Also, are you saying that we're not "high-profile targets?" In IRC Werewolf, wasn't it the case that if I wasn't dead the first night, I pretty much had to be a Werewolf (until, of course, people noticed that pattern and started trying to frame me (the bastards))?
I'd say "screwed, much?" but we've managed to win with worse odds. Though I honestly have no idea where to go from here, but I'd lynch MageKing17 because he's trying to obscure the debate with useless arguments ("perhaps they are following the list", my god... and I don't buy the whole "high-profile targets" reasoning) and because he played a mayor role in lynching Murska yesterday.
And what do you mean, I played a major role in lynching Murska? Nobody voted for anybody else, as you may have noticed. I didn't even encourage anybody to vote for him. I voted for him because he was being the most suspicious.
"Amarth" said:You do realize the last Werewolf game we played was years ago, right? Surprise, surprise, I don't write the same way I did before. It happens.
[EDIT] Also, this might just be a feeling, but I find his writing style to be different from the way he usually writes. Forcing himself to roleplay a villager where he isn't?
Be that as it may, I can still find myself in Amarth's reasoning. So far, you have made no attempts to really put the blame on someone else. I've been very quiet this game, but the first day I made myself look perhaps just as suspicious as you, and yet you are not taking the easiest way out of your predicament. If I were in your position and I was an innocent, I'd really look around to find someone else you could convince the others in lynching, as to still save the side of the innocents.
And yet you haven't done so at all. I find that strange.
Also, don't Pete, Grim and Narvious have anything to say today? You've all been awfully quiet.