What does the commuter do?
Viral has been very quick to throw blame around and attempt to get everyone arguing. He has thrown around five different FoS suspicions in the first two days. Either he's inconsistent and doesn't himself know what he believes, or he's scum trying to stir up dispute and confusion to throw the suspicion off of himself. I believe it is the latter.
Your argument is non sequitur. Explain the connection between FoSing someone for doing/saying something I find scummy and me stirring up the town? Then explain to me how what you're doing is more town like than what I'm doing?
I feel like I know what you're up to. Anyway, what do you think about Doc and Vergo?
I did not originally plan to open up on that. But I'll tell you part of the reason.@kokirion I posted I was suspicious of you yesterday the most, but your softclaim has me believing you. I checked the wiki, and I agree with Nite Owl. It's pretty much the first description of your character. I want to confirm, without the need for using up today's claim, so could you tell me why you softclaimed? I can think of 1 solid reason if you're town and 0 solid reasons if you're mafia. Just want to hear it from you.
If this move would bring me in any danger, it will not bring me in any more danger than I already am in.
There's nothing to lose there. In addition, with so many people being wary of me, I both knew for sure that this day I would mostly be defending myself, and words and analyses of mine would carry little value. So isn't this already just for that a great move? Instead of the mafia being able to kill their target, they confirmed his innocence. And thanks to them I'm allowed to go back in the offensive.
I thought your activity to be scummy in that you attempted to generate argument and suspicion on 5 different specific targets within two days, often without real evidence. From what I've seen, the others have been relatively consistent in their suspicions, once they are suspicious of someone, they state that one, while what I've seen of you was flip-flopping around to others.
Tristan: Tristan was the second person to ask Malon to provide concrete evidence that Storm was fake claiming. Since he played with Malon last game, Tristan should have known Malon was most likely going to respond with a role claim. It would have been smarter for Tristan to specify how Malon knew without giving away his role. I'm also suspicious of Tristan for saying that he thinks a vig kill makes kokirion look suspicious when kokirion's soft claim hints at a completely different role, and the night scene makes it pretty clear that it was the mafia who targeted kokirion.
I explained a long time ago why I asked Malon to elaborate on his comment regarding Storm's fakeclaim, but I can do so again. Mostly, it was because I wasn't happy that he had said anything at all. If I were Malon, I would've left my counterclaim to a later day when we had no leads. Counterclaiming during Day 1 wasn't the smartest thing to do. I thought the damage had already been done, so I told Malon he might as well just go ahead and say it since he had already brought it up in the first place. If I were mafia, there would be no need to pressure Malon into claiming since it was already painfully obvious what he was referring to. If anything, if I were mafia, I would've let it slip by and hope nobody on the town side noticed it to give us an easy kill.I'm very interested with this, specifically in its relation to kokirion's claim.
Kokirion is implying he knows beyond a doubt that he was the target last night - this indicates to me that he could tell from the nightscene, where specifically the killer was too late or not on time. He isn't going into specifics, but I would think the wording of the nightscene is critical. I wouldn't be surprised if kokirion is something like a commuter, and decided to get the hell out of dodge to avoid a bullet. The pieces seem to line up well.
When I think of a doctor saving someone, I think more of an aid role, like someone heals another person after the attack. The fact that we're even given these methodologies of death during the night points to perhaps there being a clear differentiation between a doctor heal and some other force.
I also think that pointing out that kokirion looks worse due to Pendio's death doesn't make a terrible amount of sense. It seems rather obvious that the mafia kill wasn't on Pendio; and even if it was, it seems like far too obvious of a move that would bring up the classic "framing" argument given the amount of discussion between the two. These two factors together make me wary of Tristan.