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The Werewolf Game #1737

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This game is moderated by StewieGriffin. Please read the rules and contact the moderator with any questions or concerns about this game.

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Discussion of Round #0

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StewieGriffinie


Posted: 07:33AM Aug 17, 2009

Hi there. If you are reading this you are obviously interested in joining my game. So if you are not on my friends list, please feel free to PM me.

(Now for the story)

The Great Battle raged on. Days, Weeks, Months, Years ticked by. The bodies continued to pile up. At this time there was only a few Cowboys and Indians left fighting, about 20 at most. Now as the battle nears its end, it is time to finally see once and for all, who is the stronger of the two. Saddle up and sharpen those arrows. It is time to join us one last time, as the C&I saga finally comes to a close. Yes this will be the last ever C&I game. But all good things must come to an end.

Humans= Indians
Seer Inaian Chief
Cowboys= wolves

A few more things.

1: Please be active (I cannot stress this enough, Inactive players ruin games and make it less enjoyable for all involved.
2: Note that I "will" be revealing the ID's of fallen comerads. It is custom in all my games.
3: If you do not like playing games in which the ID's of the players are revealed, then this is not the game for you.
4: Also note that this is 1 day and 1 night rounds, so if you are looking for a longer game this won't be for you either.
5: Please save the first post for the "Mod" this way it is easier to read the posts in which the players ID's are revealed from the prewious round.

That is all. Please be active and have fun.

Stewie Griffin Inc.


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Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
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ppjonesAus


Posted: 08:40AM Aug 17, 2009

Hello Stewie...

The reason Gumby isn't smiling is because Deb is keeping him captive against his will.
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Wolverine115A


Posted: 10:43AM Aug 17, 2009

Hey Stewie. Great to see another one of your games.

Dear God, That which I am about to do is really stupid. I hope I come out of this alive. Thanks God. Peace Out. (Stage Crew Prayer)
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StewieGriffinie


Posted: 04:51PM Aug 17, 2009

Hi PPjones how are you doing.

Welcome Wolverine glad to see you back. Hope you enjoy the game. And thanks for the compliment.

And hi shaid welcome to the game also. Looking forward to modding it.


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Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
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soccerguy0428Aus


Posted: 05:43PM Aug 17, 2009

Sorry to see it's the last one in the series, but I can't wait to play this one out again. Stewie even though I know I was wolf last game, I have never been a wolf or even the seer in one of your games so I am hoping this time!
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StewieGriffinie


Posted: 05:50PM Aug 17, 2009

Hopefully. And yes it will be sad to see it go. But I have one or two things in mind for the future and figured it was time to move on. Oh and I like the new avi pic. Still sticking with yoshi(My 2nd favourite mario character)

Thanks for joining. Hope you enjoy the game soccer.


Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
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froggyggAus


Posted: 07:07PM Aug 17, 2009

Hello everyone! Thanks Stewie for letting me know you started this game since it will be the last C&I game. I look forward to (hopefully) making it to the very end this time!

SMILE and people will wonder what you are up to!
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zonahoboAus


Posted: 11:01PM Aug 17, 2009

Hut-ta-hey.. honored to join the tribe in the last great battle. It's been many moons..

Join the Zona Force--Dedicated to fun and friendly Braingling!
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soccerguy0428Aus


Posted: 11:21PM Aug 17, 2009

Who's your first favorite Stewie?

Sorry about that froggy...immunity next game you play though!
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StewieGriffinie


Posted: 08:00AM Aug 18, 2009

My favourite. Well it was donkey kong for many a year. But Recently it's .
I don't know why his character has grown on me over the years. He was and still is the character I relate to most in RL. And he is more fun(less traction, jumps higher) than Mario. So Luigi Mario is my favourite character. Who is your top 3 mario characters.

PS to the game froggy and bo. Always great to have two of the pest WWG(C&I) players join your game.

And another one (Bo) has been around since the very get go(although bo left it late) he was still one of the 15 originals to play in the very first C&I game back in early march of 2008. (soccerguy) was also in the original fifteen. So I would like to thank them both espicially for putting up with my schinanigans for one and a half gruelling years. Thank you.


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Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
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froggyggAus


Posted: 09:44AM Aug 18, 2009

No problem soccer - I'll get you next time!

Always great to have two of the pest WWG(C&I) players join your game.

Hmm... So Bo, I didn't know we were "pests", but I guess that works in a game like this one! (Sorry Stewie, but I just couldn't resist! )


SMILE and people will wonder what you are up to!
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rush2Aus


Posted: 10:00AM Aug 18, 2009

Hi stewie I'm in

R.I.P Jimmy Sullivan your in our hearts
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debc1A


Posted: 11:58AM Aug 18, 2009

hi

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soccerguy0428Aus


Posted: 12:10PM Aug 18, 2009

Well Stewie, my top three are:







There are a lot of good ones but I have always loved those three.

EDIT: And I am very proud to say I was one of the original 15! They are great games Stewie.

EDIT 2: There were the original 15 players in the game:

Wolves that won the game:
hotmama007
zonahobo

Other wolf that was shot:
deltacommander

Seer:
soccerguy0428

The humans:
harrypotter4444
Pope_Greg4
Fomi_luvs_RENT
zonarita
pikamudkip
avaughn828
snowmonster
girl63160
catmandon
KatieZuf
teddybair

So snowmonster is one of the original 15 too.


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snowmonsterAus


Posted: 01:02PM Aug 18, 2009

I'm in! Looks like a great group!

edit - what am I an original of?


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Take all sorrow out of life and you take away all richness, and depth, and tenderness. The capacity of sorrow belongs to our grandeur. It is the furnace that melts hearts together in love. In loving memory of my dear friend Guy - take care Goobs . .
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soccerguy0428Aus


Posted: 03:24PM Aug 18, 2009

An original from the first C&I game.
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snowmonsterAus


Posted: 03:48PM Aug 18, 2009

O I C now. . . . LOL

Take all sorrow out of life and you take away all richness, and depth, and tenderness. The capacity of sorrow belongs to our grandeur. It is the furnace that melts hearts together in love. In loving memory of my dear friend Guy - take care Goobs . .
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StewieGriffinie


Posted: 04:04PM Aug 18, 2009

yep Snowy soccer and bo. Were all in the first game way back in early march 2008. Thank you for putting up with my schinanigans for the last year and a half a laugh. I shall post the C&I history up later on for all to bask in the great C&I saga and see where they flipped and flopped over time...

Stewie.


Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
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Wolverine115A


Posted: 06:50PM Aug 18, 2009

Wow, a lot more people are here. Hey everybody! Man, I can't wait for this to get started!!!

Dear God, That which I am about to do is really stupid. I hope I come out of this alive. Thanks God. Peace Out. (Stage Crew Prayer)
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HadleighAau


Posted: 07:36PM Aug 18, 2009

Hi Stewie and everyone else

Unfortunately I won't be able to join as we are moving house on Thursday and the new place doesn't have the internet yet. In the last C & I game, I wasn't able to participate due to all the real life issues and I wouldn't won't to do that again to everyone.

Hopefully by the end of August I'll be back full time on Braingle

I hope you all have a great game.

CYA


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Experience is simply the name we give our mistakes. - Oscar Wilde
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shaidar9haran*us


Posted: 07:51PM Aug 18, 2009

Argg I'm sorry stewie but I have to follow mocha to the reunion game, I would get in soooo much trouble if I played a game without her...
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KatieZufAus


Posted: 09:54PM Aug 18, 2009

Hey everyone!
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debc1A


Posted: 09:26AM Aug 19, 2009

morning

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StewieGriffinie


Posted: 10:47AM Aug 19, 2009

AW. Sorry to hear that Had. Maybe next game.

Hi Kay. And another one of the originals signs up. That makes 4 now. Welcome Kay. Great to see you again. How have you been. Where have you been?. Over halfway there now.


Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
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Pope_Greg4


Posted: 11:35AM Aug 19, 2009

here
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vlermaAus


Posted: 11:48AM Aug 19, 2009

Well I'm glad to see I made this one in time to join such a nice bunch of people and the honor of getting to play in the last C & I game - yep! That's what I wanted to do. Hi everyone. Hugs, Grayma V

The sound of the wild, but if there is no one there, does anyone hear their howls?
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Dan780Aus


Posted: 11:59AM Aug 19, 2009

I heard about this game from soccerguy and he told me that I had to join. Hi everyone!
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PineappleMamaAus


Posted: 02:25PM Aug 19, 2009

Yeah, I'm in. Though I always get confused on these games...

It's weird that the wolves are the Cowboys... when it was the Indians that did the whole animal totems thing... and were much more aligned with nature in general... so, hopefully I won't do a suicidal post where I say 'Don't shoot me I'm a Cowboy!" When I meant to say "I'm a human"


Fractions are romantic.
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snowmonsterAus


Posted: 04:07PM Aug 19, 2009

Ya know Piney, I get the roles mixed up in my head too. I keep thinking the wolves are the Indians.

Take all sorrow out of life and you take away all richness, and depth, and tenderness. The capacity of sorrow belongs to our grandeur. It is the furnace that melts hearts together in love. In loving memory of my dear friend Guy - take care Goobs . .
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froggyggAus


Posted: 04:11PM Aug 19, 2009

You two aren't the only ones! I do the same thing because I keep thinking the Indians are the wolves and the cowboys are the Humans.

SMILE and people will wonder what you are up to!
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PineappleMamaAus


Posted: 04:13PM Aug 19, 2009

Oh, well I feel better. I thought it was just me!!

So, if I screw up and say Indian or Cowboy please forgive.
Especially since I brought this up well before roles were even selected!!


Fractions are romantic.
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snowmonsterAus


Posted: 04:15PM Aug 19, 2009

It's all the stereotyping over the years . . . Indians are bad, cowboys are good . . . . . I agree though, if I should make a mistake - remember these posts!!!

Take all sorrow out of life and you take away all richness, and depth, and tenderness. The capacity of sorrow belongs to our grandeur. It is the furnace that melts hearts together in love. In loving memory of my dear friend Guy - take care Goobs . .
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vlermaAus


Posted: 12:54AM Aug 20, 2009

Now doggone it ladies, I was confussed enough to begin with. Why'd you have to go and make it worse? Just checking in to make sure the game hasn't filled yet and I already missed the first round. Don't know if we are supposed to remember our Indian names or not, but I still go by Little White Dove. Imagine that! Hey Dan, good to see you again. You have found anoother classic game to be in. Good luck. Hugs to all and I think my bed is calling me so guess it's nite, nite to all.

The sound of the wild, but if there is no one there, does anyone hear their howls?
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zonahoboAus


Posted: 02:32AM Aug 20, 2009

These games have been fun Stewie... especially since you were iinterested in the stories and lore we occaisonally posted. Last weekend I went to an anniversary party at a ranch cabin built in 1882 after the original was burnt down in a raid by Tonto Apaches. The really interesting thing is the homesteader named Isadore Christopher had killed and skinned a bear which was hanging in the porch. Isadore saw the Indians coming and skidaddled. When a couple of calvary soldiers came to check on the ranch, they found the bear carcass in the burned down cabin and buried it thinking it was Isadore. Some of the town people were holding a memorial service for Isadore at his ranch when he came walking up and asked who died. Later he ordered a mail order bride who got off the train, took a look at him and got back on the train. So, the townfolk got him all cleaned up and they ordered another one. This one stayed and married Isadore. Her name was Mary Hope. The town there is called Christopher Creek. The cabin and some of the property is now owned by my cousin's cousin. Their family bought it in 1937. It is right next to a flowing creek (a rarity in Arizona) and is a very beautiful ranch.

Here is a picture I took of the cabin:


When the raiding party left they wound up getting in a big battle with the calvary which did not turn out well for the Indians. It was considered the last major battle in the area and pretty much ended the hostilities in the area. It was called the Battle of Big Dry wash. Here is a link to that story.

Battle of Big Dry Wash--1882


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PineappleMamaAus


Posted: 07:03AM Aug 20, 2009

Indians being wolves isn't a bad thing in my book... just mentally I can picture it a lot easier than I can Garth Brooks trying to commune with one.

Well, lookie here... I went to google to try and find a picture of a wolf in a cowboy hat I could post... maybe get the mental image right? Tried wolf in hat... that didn't work, so tried wolf in stetson... hmmm.... never heard of Jon Wolfe but he sorta reminds me of George Straight...



So there you go... Wolfe in a Stetson...


Fractions are romantic.
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snowmonsterAus


Posted: 09:00AM Aug 20, 2009

Don't know bout you all, but I like this wolf!

Take all sorrow out of life and you take away all richness, and depth, and tenderness. The capacity of sorrow belongs to our grandeur. It is the furnace that melts hearts together in love. In loving memory of my dear friend Guy - take care Goobs . .
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StewieGriffinie


Posted: 09:39AM Aug 20, 2009

Errr!!. He doesn't look like a wolf to me. But I guess looks cna be decieving at times...

Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
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froggyggAus


Posted: 09:58AM Aug 20, 2009

I'm with you, snowy! He doesn't look like a wolf to me - well not the furry kind!

SMILE and people will wonder what you are up to!
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snowmonsterAus


Posted: 10:57AM Aug 20, 2009



Take all sorrow out of life and you take away all richness, and depth, and tenderness. The capacity of sorrow belongs to our grandeur. It is the furnace that melts hearts together in love. In loving memory of my dear friend Guy - take care Goobs . .
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vlermaAus


Posted: 10:58AM Aug 20, 2009

Bo, you have so much intersting trivia about the cabin, etc. Thanks for sharing and it looks like they have placed wire around the bushes to ward off pruning by the wild life. Yes Piney, I think your wolf in a stetson does resemble George Strait who I think is one of the really pleasing men of country music. I mean I like the outlaws too, but George is just nice and mellow on the eyes, as well as the ears.

Looks like we are still stalled out. Guess we need to go beat the bushes again.


The sound of the wild, but if there is no one there, does anyone hear their howls?
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debc1A


Posted: 12:03PM Aug 20, 2009

hi

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zonahoboAus


Posted: 12:40PM Aug 20, 2009

Yes V, the wire is to keep the deer off the apple trees they just replanted. That morning they had deer and wild turkey on the property. They grew corn and apples on the ranch and had an iron apple press next to a walnut tree. It was used for cider and applesauce. The tree had almost completly overgrown the apple press. They won't admit it, but I think they were in the moonshine business for awhile. There was a still found near the ranch, but nobody was there when it was found. They called it Payson Dew. People supposedly drove from out of state to buy it.

Check out the old apple press by the garage/barn next to the cabin:



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PineappleMamaAus


Posted: 01:00PM Aug 20, 2009

Good grief... well at least it's nice to know it isn't just Papa's family that ignores things for so long that you come along and find a tractor grown into a tree...

Fractions are romantic.
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debc1A


Posted: 01:31PM Aug 20, 2009

lol

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snowmonsterAus


Posted: 02:02PM Aug 20, 2009

That is so cool!

Take all sorrow out of life and you take away all richness, and depth, and tenderness. The capacity of sorrow belongs to our grandeur. It is the furnace that melts hearts together in love. In loving memory of my dear friend Guy - take care Goobs . .
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Wolverine115A


Posted: 04:52PM Aug 20, 2009

Wow Zonahobo, those are some cool pictures and stories!

Dear God, That which I am about to do is really stupid. I hope I come out of this alive. Thanks God. Peace Out. (Stage Crew Prayer)
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debc1A


Posted: 09:03PM Aug 20, 2009

PP!!!!!!!!!!

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rush2Aus


Posted: 09:41PM Aug 20, 2009

Hi

R.I.P Jimmy Sullivan your in our hearts
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SEPTILLIONGOLDS*us


Posted: 12:11AM Aug 21, 2009

hello everyone

shutting up or down has the same meaning, why need the up and down? just keep it shut!
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jqkaceA


Posted: 04:10AM Aug 21, 2009

i'm in. one more to go! yay!
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