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LG64: Aftermath - #WhiteHouseWeirdness

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Straw was killed! He was the Rogue Smedry!

The game is over! Congratulations to the Librarians for taking back control of the White House and rooting out all the other factions. 

Final Player List

  1. Experience - Shard Librarian Oculator and Transporter
  2. Straw - Straw Rogue Smedry
  3. Kidpen - Arthur Smedry Librarian Criminal and Paper-Tosser
  4. A Joe in the Bush - Porona Candemic Librarian Jail-breaker
  5. Coda - ? Librarian Oculator
  6. Striker - Striker Librarian Therapist
  7. Kynedath - Bartholomew Prescot Librarian Trouble Magnet
  8. Elandera - Rainier Librarian Criminal with Madness Lenses
  9. Zillah - ? Librarian Gossiper
  10. xinoehp512 - ? Librarian Criminal and Anonymous Contact
  11. Ironfire - Liability Crystal Knight Gossiper with an Airplane Spoon
  12. Sart - ? Librarian Silimatic Engineer
  13. Elkanah - Karen Crystal Knight Silimatic Engineer
  14. Fifth Scholar - Sergey Karjakin, Russian ambassador and secret adviser to the Secretary of Defense Librarian Transporter
  15. The God King - The God King Librarian Curator
  16. Shqueeves - ? Librarian Anonymous Contact

Doc Links
Master Spreadsheet
Spec/Dead Doc
Crystal Knights
Rogue Smedry

 

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Huzzah! A resounding victory for the Librarians! Good job. Also, was there a reason I never got a link to the dead doc?

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4 minutes ago, Coda said:

Huzzah! A resounding victory for the Librarians! Good job. Also, was there a reason I never got a link to the dead doc?

We forgot to give you one. :P Sorry about that! 

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Gah, looks like I lost the IKYK game with Experience. I fell for one of the classic blunders! :P

I had a lot of fun this game. Big thanks to @Elbereth and @little wilson for GMing and making all those fun writeups and Coolidge posts. Hopefully you two are now enjoying your escape from the paradoxical OoA. :P When you two get a chance, could you tell me how you felt my rule went? I took it straight from a game I made, so this was a useful little playtest.

I'm happy about how much I wrote in my doc this game (34 pages!!!), even if quite a lot of it is just code breaking. I'm also quite happy with how far I got. I had expected to die far sooner.

I legitimately thought that there was no way that there were no Knights left, which ended up causing my downfall. If I had just left the lynch on Experience, maybe I would have won (or not).

BTW, I'm not sorry about killing so many people. After all, what else do you do with unspeakable cosmic power!? B)

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@Straw good job almost winning!! Not gonna lie, I was kind of rooting for you to pull off a win at the end there. I always like to root for the SK/elims. :P

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Wow. First off, @Elbereth and @little wilson thank you for a wonderful game! 

I was pretty suprised that there weren't any knights left. I'm guessing Ironfire went inactive before they converted anyone. 

@Straw I almost chose to not transport on the last night and hope that you just killed yourself, trying to kill me. But then you said in thread that he had protectors glass, which made it so you would most likely pick me, so I transported with you. 

 

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2 minutes ago, Experience said:

I was pretty suprised that there weren't any knights left. I'm guessing Ironfire went inactive before they converted anyone. 

@Straw I almost chose to not transport on the last night and hope that you just killed yourself, trying to kill me. But then you said in thread that he had protectors glass, which made it so you would most likely pick me, so I transported with you. 

Oops, I shouldn't have said that. :P

If you look at the Knight doc and the spreadsheet, Ironfire had to make a gossip PM N1. On N2 they tried to put in the action via the doc, which resulted in them not converting. Interestingly, even if they had converted, they were targeting the kill for that night.

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41 minutes ago, Straw said:

Oops, I shouldn't have said that

Well, if you hadn't said that, I probably would have transported with Sart, and would have led to the same outcome.

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I wasn't paying attention during the cycles after my death, but I feel the need to give kudos to @Straw, because I had no idea you were the Smedry. Ironically you probably shouldn't have have killed me, because I think I would've defended you down to my last breath.

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Thank you @Elbereth and @little wilson for running this game and working with all the crazy rule suggestions. It was very fun. Good game, @Straw. You made some fantastic arguments that kept the village from focusing on you too much. Even though I suspected you of being the Smedry, I wasn't willing to act on it because of your math analysis. :P

I wish we had gotten to see the jail mechanics actually used, though I do understand why they weren't really useful applied. I'd like to mess with it a bit to find a way to make jailing with mechanics like criminal plausible.

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49 minutes ago, Elandera said:

Thank you @Elbereth and @little wilson for running this game and working with all the crazy rule suggestions. It was very fun. Good game, @Straw. You made some fantastic arguments that kept the village from focusing on you too much. Even though I suspected you of being the Smedry, I wasn't willing to act on it because of your math analysis. :P

I wish we had gotten to see the jail mechanics actually used, though I do understand why they weren't really useful applied. I'd like to mess with it a bit to find a way to make jailing with mechanics like criminal plausible.

Honestly I think it was very close to being a reasonable mechanic, despite not actually taking place at any time. With a little tweaking it could change voting in an interesting way.

Regardless, thanks Elbereth and Wilson for running the game! I had a lot of fun both in the beginning when rules were being created and over the course of the game.

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