The Ginga Ninja wrote:
Wait... we're idiots! We need to lynch Mr. E. When we pressed him about being a mafia earlier, he responded by claiming he was part of another good "duo" comprised of two Loftwings (riding birds). He provided no RPM, no power, no confirmation of who his partner is. Just a claim. And now, it's come back to bite him.
There are only 8 players left in this game, including Hammy. Two of those players are Triforce pieces. Another two are Link and Fi. One is Hammy. That leaves three more. Of those three, one I know with absolute certainty is good, and is not a loftwing. The only remaining two are Mr. E. and SuperK1. But SuperK1 is claiming Groose, not a loftwing. Mr. E. cannot be telling the truth. I know the identity of every remaining player except SuperK1 and Mr. E., and SuperK1 was the person who revealed Mr. E.'s claims in the first place. Mr. E. is lying. He must be part of an evil duo, and we need to kill him. Mr. E.
Fine. No, I'm not part of a duo. And I'm not a Loftwing either. I made that up. I read my RPM and, SuperK1 being my brother, asked him, in person, to trade, pretty much immediately. He said yes. Then, after thinking about it some more, I decided that, given my role, it would be much better to keep to myself this game(more detail about this later). But I couldn't just say "no, actually I don't want to trade". That would look evil(and we all know how well I've been avoiding that.
). So I told him I had a correspondent. Someone in my RPM, who I was talking to, and had decided that we were lying low this game. That was an excuse so I wouldn't have to trade with him. It was a mistake. I should have told him who I was, then told him not to tell anyone else. But every minute I waited was him getting more suspicious. I was getting stressed, so I just kind of acted. Then when I was suspected, admitting that I lied would have been more suspicious. So I kept it up. Once again, I really should have thought that through better. So here's the thing: I still don't want to claim in the thread. Especially if there's another possibility. Maybe you could ask me via PM? I know that sounds like I'm trying to buy time, but I reeeeally don't want evil to know who I am. I realize I've been suspicious. I completely understand if you want to lynch me. But please don't. ... I guess that's it actually. The only thing I could do to defend myself is to reveal who I am, and that's not worth it. So... Yep. Sorry I lied. Please don't kill me.
For now, SuperK1
because anorton's warrants.
The Ginga Ninja wrote:
Thanks Andrew for looking into things. The trouble with your argument is that Johnny was claiming to have a lawyer power. Now, obviously we don't trust him all that much. But he had little reason to lie about his power. We are operating under the assumption that there were three mafia: Demise, Ghirahim, and The Horde. Obviously, everyone knew Demise/Hammy was evil from the beginning. So if Johnny did indeed have a lawyer (which would make sense), he would have been using it on the same person every time. Thus, we can't really trust investigate results all that much. I already knew you had investigated Mr. E. and found him good; you told me that earlier. But at this point, we know with 100% certainty that he blatantly lied about the loftwing claim. We know that he claimed to be part of a "duo," which was already strong evidence that he was evil. The revelation that his defense was a complete and utter lie is more than enough evidence, in my opinion, that he is a mafia.
He didn't have little reason to lie about his power. That makes perfect sense. There are two things that can make you doubt an investigate: thinking there's no lawyer when there is, and thinking there is a lawyer when there isn't. It would actually make more sense for him to be lying about that than not, because why would he miss the chance to try to mislead us? Now don't misunderstand, it is qute possible that he was a lawyer. But we shouldn't rely on it.