« on: June 18, 2015, 01:27:47 PM »
I'm sure Nintendo will change their mind once they see the flood of auto-play stages cluttering up the easy stages.
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Lets be honest, I'm screwed, Which is why I've decided to pledge my services to helping a random person and oh, lucky you, you are the one I picked.
There was more behind the Stevey vote than you saw.
I didn't want to make a mistake of eliminating Stevey if he had a townie role so I sent him a pm about it.
He didn't want to trust me with the information.
Worse, he investigated a townie with a role and still didn't directly tell the person he was the townie detective. He just told the person that he had investigated them and that player should protect him. We weren't sure if he was a mafia investigator and planning a backstab or not.
If he was just a little forthright about things instead of so secretive, it wouldn't have created the paranoia that occurred last night with conflicting messages and whose side he was on. He voted for me on Day 1 and the Vigilante on Day 2. He had a terrible vote record as the detective. And to top it off, he waited until like 30 minutes before the deadline to finally start responding to people which made it very hard to launch another bandwagon against someone else.
If you want to argue that people shouldn't listen to me because of the stevey vote, that's fine. It's a valid point. But
the chances were there to avoid that outcome and stevey didn't take them. I didn't even petition players to vote against stevey. I was ready to change my vote but no one came up with any better alternative. [...] It's easy to say you were against something bad after the fact but at the same time, you've done nothing to prevent it.
Vote: Everyone but Khushrenada