@Soul Which question did you want me to answer? I'm having a hard time keeping up with all the activity, and I didn't see you ask me anything.
@Johnny Sooshi My apologies, I've got a really hectic schedule and don't get to post often. Though I don't see how lack of posts has anything to do with scumminess.
I'm pretty sure Malon wanted the others to know he said it... I only asked if he could back it up. Tristian asked him to back it up. Issue of inexperience on my part, not sure why this makes me seem scummy though, but due apologies anyway. I obviously didn't put pressure on him, not enough for him to declare his role, as he said in reply to me. After he said he would wait, I left him alone. Tristian pressured him afterwards.
So I'm gonna draw attention to both of these posts. While I understand you are new, that certainly doesn't stop you from appearing scummy. I hosted Scrubs mafia where @Sadia was the last mafia for a few days and won. It was her first game. Needless to say, I'm going to trust a new player doing stuff that could be construed as scummy as much as I would a vet. So yes, a lack of posts can, and does, appear scummy. A lack of posts can be seen as scum staying quiet and making sure they aren't seen as scum. If you can't get a read on someone they have an equal chance of being town and scum.
Also, I have to agree that you did put pressure on Malon that forced a claim. And while it can be chalked up to inexperience, like I said, I've seen new players come in and pick up mafia like a pro. Don't take this personally, but it's how I see this situation.
I don't believe anybody should be lynched today. Nobody has caught my eye yet. I think it's best to just leave it alone for Day 1, until we have some concrete evidence of one person or another
Ultimately I've never seen anything good come from a no lynch. While they do have less potential to hurt town in the short run, there's usually no evidence to run off of the next day.