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The Werewolf Game #2028

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This game is moderated by joseph_r03. Please read the rules and contact the moderator with any questions or concerns about this game.

Voting Discussion
This game finished in 8 rounds.

Discussion of Round #8

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Posted: 05:16PM Mar 27, 2010

I'd like to wish the mod a happy birthday - hopefully a wolf victory against all the odds is some kind of present - and to particularly thank agents12 and peace, who by their peculiar behaviour quite helpfully diverted suspicion away from me.
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Posted: 05:28PM Mar 27, 2010

monkey289 wrote:
you know, it'd be hilarious if agents suddenly jumps on and tells everyone whats happening here...

This is from my talk box - I thought I'd quote it [and answer it] here to share with everyone the exquisite irony of agents12 logging on and joining the game at last, but not bothering [or perhaps knowing how] to check out the talk box first before voting to shoot sunset.

You see I outed myself in my talk box after eating greenapples - I thought it a small risk since neither peace nor agents12 had ever posted in the box the entire game. Imagine my surprise [and delight] to get up and log on to find that agents12 has suddenly popped up, only to vote to shoot the one player remaining who couldn't possibly be a wolf.

As an aside, if anyone can actually come up for a rational explanation for the behaviour of peace and agents12 I'd like to hear it. And while it was nice to win the game, I do understand it was only due to the contribution of two lunatics.
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Posted: 05:42PM Mar 27, 2010

Of course agents12 would come in at the last moment to vote for the wrong person. For once it would have made sense to shoot all the inactives at the beginning! Oh well! I still thought it was a great game, even though I got eaten. Great job cheshiress.

What others think of you is a constant source of worry, so take heart in knowing that they rarely ever do.
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Posted: 06:04PM Mar 27, 2010

It was indeed a great game, and I hope the mod will run another one along similar lines. Although next time I'd like to see how it works out with just a single wolf in each talk box, including the one with the seer in it. That would make the seer a bit less of an obvious target.
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Posted: 06:43PM Mar 27, 2010

good game
i never thought of you ches

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Posted: 11:10PM Mar 27, 2010

Great game everyone. Thanks to all that followed it to the end, you guys made it a good one. I guess the game was more balanced than I thought. I didn't think the wolves would win with the setup as it was. But with inactives in the seer box, and the seer gone in round two, that contributed a bit. Congrats to the wolves and thanks all for joining.

I kind of like the idea for the seer to be in a box with no wolves, because, while they are vulnerable, it gives the seer a unique opportunity to share their results.

---This message was edited on 2010-03-27 23:12:24---
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Posted: 01:48AM Mar 28, 2010

joseph_r03 wrote:
I kind of like the idea for the seer to be in a box with no wolves, because, while they are vulnerable, it gives the seer a unique opportunity to share their results.

For a maximum of 3 rounds - if they are lucky.

Edit: A possibly interesting variation that occurred to me later - 3 x 5 player talk boxes, 1 wolf each, seer concealed in one box, but then as well as a dedicated wolf box, a dedicated "seer and friends" box with the seer and 1 human from each of the other 2 boxes.

---This message was edited on 2010-03-28 05:57:37---
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Posted: 07:44AM Mar 28, 2010

A good game, joseph.

I was fortunate to be able to divine the one player, considering the bad luck in having inactive players in the seer box.

You might consider making the game private next time. It would cut down on inactive players.

They will beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning shears. Nation will not lift up sword against nation, nor will they learn war anymore.
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Posted: 10:58AM Mar 28, 2010

thanks, just grab the attention for yourself, ches. I can see why you let me get shot now. I agree with this setup the humans should have won. If you want to slant the game even more toward humans, joseph, you are going to have to shield the seer better somehow. Once we knew which box she was in, it was just a matter of picking people off (plus the inactive one in the box helped narrow down the field). Even though she was the first wolf shot, because of her votes, I want to give 4wheels props for helping the two of us wolves get farther in the game. She was able to put off my "inevitable" shooting for the one round needed to whittle down the humans for the last wolf standing. And I want to give props to joseph for coming up with such a great idea; indeed I was too much taken for the first two rounds to be of much use.(And then I got sick.) Anyway, you made us josephs proud. (In case you didn't know, the j in my moniker is for joseph.) As for the humans, after a review, given the clues you had, you did pretty well to keep us wolves on the run, but the game was given away by the inactives, who I want to thank for giving somebody else to push blame on without defending themselves. We (by which, I mean, the wolves) never would have won without you. That's too bad, since as I said in my talkbox, I was really pulling for the humans to win on this one (but they still had to earn it).

God began calling the light Day, but the darkness he called Night.
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Posted: 05:00PM Mar 28, 2010

Hay I did not even relize that the game was over with.

And we won


I'm on Braingle far too long, I stay on the computer from dusk to dawn. Playing games and chatting with friends, the novelity of it never ends.
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Posted: 06:10AM Mar 29, 2010

told y'all we should've fired agents12 at first

i reckon it wasn't a hard win for chesh, and the other two wolf kills were basically fluke. and it sucks to be the seer/in the seer box full stop. if you make something like this again joseph, try it without a wolf talkbox so they can't coordinate who in the all human/seer box to eat...
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Posted: 01:48PM Mar 29, 2010

that would not have mattered at that point, monkey, anybody shot in the seer box would have helped us so we as wolves did not need to confer for that part.

God began calling the light Day, but the darkness he called Night.
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Posted: 03:13PM Mar 29, 2010

Well this was a pretty fun first game for me. I'm just sad that I had to be inactive for the first couple of days... I guess I wasn't really sure what it would be like to play a game like this online, so I figured that it would just work out somehow.

Anyway, I enjoyed this a lot, and I definitely plan on hanging around this site for a while.
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Posted: 12:02AM Mar 30, 2010

jpost wrote:
that would not have mattered at that point, monkey, anybody shot in the seer box would have helped us so we as wolves did not need to confer for that part.

you'd have to guess which one was the seer, if they were all active. (too bad they weren't this game and it was too easy to find gizzer)
would've been harder to form a wolf majority then, yeah?
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