Errant Story Mafia - Game Over! Scum wins!

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Re: Errant Story Mafia - Game Over! Scum wins!

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I'm actually wondering if a long-term RPG campaign might be a good addition to the boards. I know that I personally am unlikely to have time to participate, but a wistful little part of me wishes I did and suggests that others here might.

It's not like we don't have several universes at our disposal, although I'd have to double-check about whether or not we could actually run in-universe games without legal repercussions down the road.

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Also the matter of what RPG system we try to use and who DMs it and how much time it would take to set up a proper campaign.

Anyway good game, my thoughts on the culprit was more on Leah/Bloodhenge than it was on DarkIntruder.
But for that last round the immediate Sareth/Ian claim to be a doctor sounded off to me and i didn't trust it so i was completey behind the Sareth lynch.
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BloodHenge wrote:I should've stuck to my guns.

Err... Gun.

What I'm not sure about is why DarkIntruder tried to kill me the night Sareth protected me. The fact that I was the only one who didn't vote the first time a mafioso was lynched... Well, it would've convinced me to vote for me, if I didn't know I was innocent. Seems like he was trying to kill off the perfect suspect.

Unless, of course, he actually didn't try to kill anyone, for the same reason I suspected Sareth was a mafioso pretending to be the doctor.
Nope, I actually tried to kill you. ;) I figured that since you had suspected Vavrek, if I hadn't voted for him, you would have. Since you're such a sharp cookie, I figured that it would only be a matter of time before you suspected me, since I had been echoing Vavrek's statements prior to the lynching. So I attempted to remove what I saw as the greatest threat to me. However, the idea that there might have been a doctor as well completely escaped me, and I was slightly shocked to discover everyone in one piece the next morning. The rest is known.

The plan almost backfired, since you (Bloodhenge) really were suspicious of me.
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BloodHenge: You see, you think. Thinking's dangerous, after all. It's why I wanted to get rid of you. Take out the voice of reason, reduce the townspeople to... a mob.
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Never underestimate Zanntos! He was actually performing Fong's Gambit:

http://www.mafiascum.net/wiki/index.php ... 27s_Gambit

Brilliant strategy. Scum jumped on as the second vote and the hammer...
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Haha, yeah i guess that WAS kinda what i did, i DID do it to try to at least get people talking so there was at least SOME data with which to make a decision the next day. And it apperently worked to some extent since it got Viking to investigate and confirm a scum, to bad it cuts both ways and they proceeded to off the him.
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