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Voting Discussion
This game finished in 6 rounds.

Discussion of Round #6

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Posted: 06:59AM Nov 4, 2010

Well, that was a lame game. Good job, wolves, I guess. It was easy. Boring.
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Posted: 04:30PM Nov 4, 2010

Half of me doesn't even want to explain the clues, considering everyone was so inactive during the game, I feel like no one cares.

Clue 1: sa het yasd adn hignts psas htye wyalas tkrsie hwti esedp aywlas owiknng hwo teh ethart si
Decoding: As the days and nights pass they always strike with speed always knowing who the threat is.
Meaning: This clue pointed to raksrocks who was a quick voter, it was a wolf clue.

Clue 2: ehwn uyo eclra aayw hte idtr ofmr a nwdiwo, eth lnhigust esmes ot saywal hsnie uhrtogh.
Decoding: When you clear away the dirt from a window, the sunlight seems to always shine through.
Meaning: This clue pointed to days, it was a clearing clue. You could tell because I said the clue was special and it talks about CLEARING dirt away from a window.

Bonus Clue (Given to nichole21): hte aebst uoy rea kolnoig ofr psekas rof on neo dan ahs on stierntes.
Decoding: The beast you are looking for speaks for no one and has no interests.
Meaning: This clue pointed to crazyboiez, it was a wolf clue. It pointed to crazyboiez because at the time this clue was given she had not posted, and her profile is blank. You could tell is was a wolf clue because I said the BEAST you are looking for.
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Posted: 09:35PM Nov 4, 2010

i know and i understood the clue, and i posted who i thought it was, i gave 4 people of who i thought it was, lol but after i posted and the round ended i got eaten!!!!!
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Posted: 06:16AM Nov 5, 2010

Sorry for being inactive. Was busy.

'An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself.' - Charles Dickens
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