Seems like it'd be easier to just say as soon as we decided to tie, 'I was lying, I don't have a double-vote, but we should still not lynch'.
I told you why I didn't do that. Because I wanted to tie the votes! I didn't want anyone to die, and I'm tired of reckless and warrantless lynches. And no one ever listens to me when I say we should lynch no one.
Besides, another reason I didn't admit it was that I wasn't sure you guys were settling on the whole vote-tying idea. I thought you might change your minds (at one point, Andrew did).
The Ginga Ninja wrote:
2.) CK has been proven to have lied about the double vote, and only admitted to that and provided a motive for doing so after he was caught lying and had no choice.
What difference would it have made when I admitted it?? If I'd admitted it before I was caught, I still would have been obviously lying.
Sorry but I don't buy that at all. Lie = die, 99% of the time. You also didn't claim your power was fake until JUST before you were going to be lynched. You also claimed you'd show up evil in an investigate.
There's no reason why lie should = die. You're making a big mistake here. I lie about my RPM pretty much every game, regardless of my alignment.
So if lie = die, I should have been lynched every game I've been in apparently.
As for my admitting right before I was going to be lynched...I didn't. I actually explained the whole thing to atshelton way before I was about to be lynched. And I never admitted it to everyone until AFTER no one was lynched.
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