A Joe in the Bush

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A Joe in the Bush last won the day on May 11 2017

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  1. Unfortunately, i have very little thoughts and even less defense for my actions. I figured last cycle that they were a villager from the lack of defense on them. I kept my vote on them because i didn't want all the information from that cycle to.go.to.waste. I was trying to see if we could confirm alibis enough to find whoever made the kill. I can see how that helped the elims, but i hadn't really thought about that at the time. As for my actual thoughts, i think StrikerEZ is an elim. That's a serious shift from my previous stance, but it does add up. It feels like he's trying to control and drive all the discussion, and is taking out other players who are stopping him from doing so. Unfortunately, i don't have any other way to help the village. I've never had a single item this game, and i don't have any other suspicions. If i survive this lynch, i'll let the inactivity filter kill me tomorrow to save you all the trouble.
  2. At this point, i don't think Devotary is an elim, for reasons others have more eloquently stated. However, i do think we need to finish this lynch anyway, if just so we're not second guessing everything later. At this point, not lynching Devotary would just muddy the waters. It would be too difficult to tell why people left the lynch.
  3. I'm going to toss a vote onto Devotary of Spontaneity. of the other two people with votes on them, i'm more suspicious of them. From my conversations with Striker, i don't really believe him to be an elim, though his PM network could be that.
  4. Wow, I'm sorry Twi, i genuinely forgot that is said i wouldn't reveal identities. I also apologize to the other 2 who confessed, as I told striker who you were when they asked me. I'm not doing a good job of keeping track of this game. I'm not an elim. I would be much more active if i were, as having teammates depend on you increases my activity. I will try to be more active, and hopefully later tonight I can do some analysis instead of just responses.
  5. @Kidpen, @Elkanah, @CadCom, can you three tell us what actions you took? At this point i'm guessing almost everyone robbed someone. I want to see if we can trace items well enough to confirm alibis. 4 people are claiming to have robbed StrikerEZ last night.
  6. Seems more likely they weren't aware that the first order would have precedence. I think they probably tried to change it later, but were told that the first person had to retract their order first.
  7. Hey, if you robbed strikerEZ, could you PM me? I'm trying to confirm what happened overnight. I was apparently a third player to rob him, and got nothing from it. I won't reveal identities of you are willing to pm me about this matter. @BrightnessRadiant in what order do robberies happen? Is it first in first resolved?
  8. I'm voting for [Kynedath], specifically for this post: it doesn't read right to me. For one, I don't think the elims would really care if there's no D1 Lynch. Yes that's one less death, but it's also the swingiest, hardest to control lynch, and not having it means the next lynch is just as uninformed as this one should have been. Twibanu being the first one to cast a vote isn't indicative of either alignment. It's easy to justify making a vote. What you're doing is not voting, which you explain in a later post why you're not. It's not much, but it's the best I have.
  9. "Why is my bag empty?" Doc Olny turned the bag out to demonstrate, just in case anyone was listening. "I packed a whole bunch of tech in this bag for this trip. I had my newest Tracker Pad integrated with First One's tech so that I could detect epics. With it, this mission would be a breeze." None of the other mercenaries hired by the Doctor seemed to be listening to him. Well they would regret their ignorance, they would! He would show them all what happened to those who ignored him! He reached into his bag and rummaged around, searching for his Sonic Arrows. "Wait, why is my bag inside out? And empty?" Right, before he punished them for ignoring him, he needed to punish them for stealing his stuff, which meant he needed to steal all his stuff back, or just build new stuff. He pursed his lips and looked around. Newcago was a dark city, full of imposingly shiny structures. Perfect ambiance for his work honestly. But where could he find the items he needed? "Hey jerks! I need someone to go make a supply run! I'll pay $147 for 3 pounds of laser diodes, and another $40 per intact computer tower you bring me!" -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hi guys! It's been a long time since I've played Mafia, so forgive me if I'm slow on the uptake. I don't know how much has changed since whenever it was I last actively played. The only thought I have right now is that we should keep track of how many strongboxes get bought, as it will probably give us a clue as to how many items are already in play. @BrightnessRadiant am I allowed to purchase items this turn with the points I would possibly be receiving?
  10. I'll sign up as Doc Olny, a mad scientist. I can't promise the best activity. I'll be trying, but i only have so many free hours each day to spend on SE.
  11. Nightfall: ⋅•⋅⋅•⋅⊰⋅•⋅⋅•⋅⋅•⋅⋅•⋅∙∘☽༓☾∘∙•⋅⋅⋅•⋅⋅⊰⋅•⋅⋅•⋅⋅•⋅⋅•⋅ Senator Gaius shivered as his shoveled documents, warrants, ledgers and even clothes into the fireplace. It wouldn’t be enough. Too much of the Senate believed he had sold out the Governor, which he had, even though they didn’t have any evidence against him. He hadn’t had enough time to pin it all on Senator Glacior, put he still had an ace up his sleeve. Constable-General Altea Meza had been promoted because of him. She owed him everything. He sat and watched as everything burned, waiting for her to arrive. He didn’t have much money left, but he hoped it would be enough to extend her Loyalty for just a bit longer. The fire was almost down to embers when the door opened and Altea strolled in. “Heya boss. Any last minute requests?” Gaius poked through the embers, making sure nothing survived the blaze. “Yes. I’m prepared to pay you 5 boxings to smuggle me out of the Senate.” He tossed his purse to her. She smirked and made no move as the purse bounced off her and landed on the floor. “5 Boxings Gaius? Is that what you are down to?” She stepped forward, letting her baton slide from her belt to her hand. “The last ally of the infamous Binks. The last apprentice of the great Alron. The last Senator to die this day.” Gaius stepped back and stared in horror at the Baton. It had, stuff, on it. He couldn’t even say what it was. Brown and red coated it. “You can’t just throw away everything we’ve worked for Altea! We’ve come so far together! You owe me! I already paid you earlier to protect my life!” She laughed, a high maniacal laugh that went soft and loud as she walked up to him. “I don’t owe you a thing Gaius.” She took a final step forward and jammed her baton against his throat. He gripped the baton with both hands and pushed desperately, but couldn’t move her an inch. “I was never loyal to anything but money. Goodbye Gaius.” —- Emperor Sheev stepped down from the balcony, ignoring the cheers, boos, and shouts coming from the crowd. Two Pewter-arms loyal to Altea stepped up behind him, following him to ensure his safety. Altea herself was leaning against the wall, smirking at him. “Nice speech Emperor. Pretty clever blaming everyone’s death on Yosef. So believable that he would murder his best friend and everyone who supported him.” He walked past her, and once she fell into step behind him, replied. “The media always painted him as violent with a tendency for overkill. The people will believe he was unstable enough to do it, and most of the ones who knew otherwise are already dead. In fact, I’d say the only one who could prove otherwise is you.” He stopped and turned to face her. As always, she was smirking. “General Altea, do you plan to depose me? Take control yourself?” “Of course not. Do all the paperwork myself? Do as you wish Sheev. Just keep me in Luxury, and I’ll keep you in power.” He didn’t trust her. As far as he knew, every single person who had trusted her had been betrayed and murdered by her. Other than the ones he himself had killed before she got the chance. “Good. We understand each other.” He turned back, and continued away. There were more things to be done, and it would take Harmony themself to stop him now. ⋅•⋅⋅•⋅⊰⋅•⋅⋅•⋅⋅•⋅⋅•⋅∙∘☽༓☾∘∙•⋅⋅⋅•⋅⋅⊰⋅•⋅⋅•⋅⋅•⋅⋅•⋅ Emperor Sheev (Drake Marshmallow) was Corrupt! He slew Fifth Scholar and claimed his boxings, he slew Devotary and claimed her Boxings, he bribed his own vote to be exactly where he would get the most boxings in each and every lynch! In the end, he Bribed Constable xxGaea to execute Butt Ad Venture, Furamirionind, Haelbarde, Hemalurgic Headshot, Rathmaskal, Snipexe, StrikerEZ, A Joe in the Bush, Lumgol, RayOfSunshine, Wilson, Alvron, Kidpen, Bugsy, Arraenae, Elandera, Young Bard, Araris, and Shqueeves. Emperor Sheev has won control of Elendel! The Corrupt Senators and the Innocent Senators have lost! The Dead/Spec Doc The Jail Doc The Elim Doc The badly kept Master Spreadsheet Player List:
  12. The Turn is Over! Drake seems to think the Game is over. We shall see.
  13. Fifth was stabbed. His items went to drake, who voted on him.