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The Werewolf Game #2878

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Voting Discussion
This game finished in 8 rounds.

Discussion of Round #8

Round: 0  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  

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buu441Ain


Posted: 04:04AM Feb 26, 2013

RFM:

Three villagers remained out the thirty that used to occupy the town. These three villagers were at a standoff, two being normal, and another being a ferocious killer. Voting took place and Smithy began with the vote towards Tyanahg.

The voting had ended and it was Tyanahg's turn to take the bullet. The last wolf was most cunning of all, slinking behind the other two wolves and taking the time to finish of the villagers quietly and enjoying every painful minute that they suffered. It was this lust for murder and blood that put a sly smile across Tyanahg's face - and the other two villagers noticed this.

Smithy raised his gun, and Tyanahg darted away from its line of fire, easily avoiding the shot. Buu441 retaliated to this and dove straight for Tyanahg, intent on exciting the last of the revenge for the deaths of all the villagers and especially his most precious Seer. The dive connected, and buu441 was sent rolling down a hillside with Tyanahg falling behind him - Smithy was at the top, aiming carefully downwards.

As they slid Tyanahg began to change; as painful as it was, Tyanahg knew her best choice was to face the villagers head on as what she was, a monster. Slowly, her body jutted out of its normal position, cracking and pulling as skin stretched and as the muzzle of the wolf pushed its way out of her face. The pain was great for her, both in the transformation and in the current fall - blood was streaking across the hillside as she rolled, scratching and bruising her new-made wolfskin.

Buu441 landed with a grump at the bottom, and as Tyanahg neared him, she got a foothold and pushed upwards, the momentum of her falling pushing her over buu441 and causing her to land a few feet away from him. Smithy was at long range, and was quickly in pursuit down the hillside towards the two. Buu441 painfully gazed at Tyanahg, the once beautiful girl transformed into something that shouldn't exist, something that should be impossible but has been terrorising the village of thirty; the cunning werewolf, Tyanahg, perched upon one of the branches of the village's landmark, Miller's Hollow.

Before Tyanahg could lunge at her straining prey, Smithy fired another round at her, this time cutting across her cheek. She changed her plan and pounced onto the ground, to which she then raced around Smithy in a circle, intent on confusing him enough to safely strike. Out of Smithy's supposed confusion, Tyanahg attacked, snapping her teeth towards his exposed neck, but Smithy was prepared for this; he rolled forward and quickly fired a shot backwards, but it was another miss.

The two stood for a while, staring at each other with hatred, and Tyanahg began to move forward slightly. Smithy raised his gun, but Tyanahg returned with a demonic smile - she was cunning, she had counted the amount of bullets there were left just incase of being caught out, and Smithy was unaware, and as such, he pulled the trigger to hear a nerve-wrecking 'click' without a bang.

Standing against the crooked tree, Smithy was out of options and was evidently terrified of the beast that lay before him. Tyanahg moved in quickly and had just placed her teeth around his bare neck when pain struck through her back. Buu441 was standing behind her with a sharp, thick branch from the tree that was now embedded within Tyanahg.

Blood spilling out of her mouth, Tyanahg growled ferociously - Wood could not kill her, but Buu441 had this in mind. Yelling for Smithy's aid, both villagers took hold of the immobile wolf and threw her into the large, gaping hole underneath the tree. As Smithy held Tyanahg down, Buu441 lit a match, and threw it into the hole, (Smithy jumped out in time), and Tyanahg was set on fire. Her blood-curdling screams were more than apparent, and though the villagers had a burning hatred for Tyanahg, the pain she showed was too much to bear, after all, she was once part of the villagers life.

Buu441 stayed by the burning, immobile wolf as she cooked. And Smithy went back towards the hunters home where there were a few more silver bullets to be found, after all, werewolves are not killed by anything but silver. Coming back, it was quickly over, Smithy pointed the gun into the devil's hole, and ended the curse that had befallen the village, leaving Buu441 and himself to clean up the mess.

But before that, they took one more glance at the graveyard, where the innocent lay to rest:

madreader00
Melody_Pond
JJPutz
Jeminy
Ardi
koin_era345
catmandon
kitty-cat
poofi
Skybet


And that is the story of Miller's Hollow...


Well done to the humans, and to the werewolves; it was very close in the end and you also did fantastic!

I hope you've enjoyed the game, and hopefully you'll come back when I make another one of these games in a few weeks

And please don't forget to rate, if you don't mind


---This message was edited on 2013-02-26 04:12:55---

Leo: Hold on. This is gonna hurt. Coach Hedge: I was BORN for HURT!!
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buu441Ain


Posted: 04:05AM Feb 26, 2013

ah looks like i made the right choice after all. really didn't want to mess up after getting this far. well played, everyone.

Leo: Hold on. This is gonna hurt. Coach Hedge: I was BORN for HURT!!
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TyanahgAgb


Posted: 04:33AM Feb 26, 2013

So close....Well done guys
Smithy no hard feelings ;)


Go headbutt a bullet
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Skybet*gb


Posted: 04:38AM Feb 26, 2013

Thank God buu you were scaring me for a bit good choice in the end!

Honorable mention for Smithy and JQ for a game very well played (Tyanah less so how could you eat me? I thought we were friends!) and me of course

And I must admit I'm thoroughly relieved Smithy wasn't a wolf. It got to the point that Smithy being a wolf was so inconceivable that it looped all the way round to conceivable again! I started thinking, hang on, what if he got annoyed CG tried to bus him, so he bussed her as revenge? Then he is cleared... Could have worked out perfectly. I'm glad it didn't.

Good game all! Hoping for a rematch soon with the active players.


We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams.
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Skybet*gb


Posted: 04:40AM Feb 26, 2013

Oh and note to all players - if someone says "I'm trying to improve my game" (or something to that effect) to explain a change of playing style - it's a huge red flag! That's the third time I've seen that now and they have all been wolves...

We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams.
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JQPublict


Posted: 04:41AM Feb 26, 2013

so the game ended ... and I have a lot of explaining to do. Yeah, I pretty much messed it up myself.

Okay, first, why I said I suspected CG in the first place. I thought out a 'great' idea: to accuse a fellow wolf in an earlier round, so in a later round, if one gets shot, the other can defend using that accusation. It kinda got into my head, and I realised that when Sky and Smithy both said they'd support a CG vote. I couldn't think of anything better to do than pushing it further. I actually felt it was nice not to be able to vote that round as I didn't have to put a vote on someone on my side.

Speaking of not being able to vote, I did that intentionally. I didn't want to risk having koin die in a later round when each vote would be more important, so I just suggested that.

As for night timing out, that was me, not Tyanahg. The lover is not allowed to vote in the entire round, day or night.

Sorry again to my fellow wolves, and congrats to the humans for the victory.

Thanks for modding, Chris. Full score.

Edit: Just saw Sky posted. Believe it or not, me trying to improve is about the only think I've written that is NOT a lie. I've been feeling pretty useless in my recent games and I desperately wanted to change that ... Actually, by the end of Round 3, I'd already realised how uncharacteristically confident I'd become, and I did kinda expect someone to say that too, but Sky - with whom I've never played IIRC, WTB or TWG - was the last person I'd expect to point that out.


---This message was edited on 2013-02-26 04:45:02---

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


Posted: 04:48AM Feb 26, 2013


I was at some point hitting myself in the head because of the, what I though might be, obvious clue when JQ couldn't vote.
I thought that one of you would realize that the wolf was JQ after the long night because he couldn't vote haha

Thanks for the score



Beaches and Fire, tis all I need right now!
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JQPublict


Posted: 04:50AM Feb 26, 2013

PianistChris wrote:

I was at some point hitting myself in the head because of the, what I though might be, obvious clue when JQ couldn't vote.
I thought that one of you would realize that the wolf was JQ after the long night because he couldn't vote haha

Thanks for the score



Um ... actually, I thought I'd only be barred from voting during the day round until you sent me that PM ...


---This message was edited on 2013-02-26 04:50:53---

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


Posted: 05:09AM Feb 26, 2013

JQPublic Wrote:


Um ... actually, I thought I'd only be barred from voting during the day round until you sent me that PM ...


Ah right, that may be why. Next time I'll make sure to include as much character info as possible thanks to this game. (Now I'll know what to include, better than before).


---This message was edited on 2013-02-26 05:10:03---

Beaches and Fire, tis all I need right now!
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Skybet*gb


Posted: 05:10AM Feb 26, 2013

JQPublic wrote:
I'd already realised how uncharacteristically confident I'd become, and I did kinda expect someone to say that too, but Sky - with whom I've never played IIRC, WTB or TWG - was the last person I'd expect to point that out.

I do my research


We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams.
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Smithy*en


Posted: 05:22AM Feb 26, 2013

PianistChris wrote:

I was at some point hitting myself in the head because of the, what I though might be, obvious clue when JQ couldn't vote.
I thought that one of you would realize that the wolf was JQ after the long night because he couldn't vote haha


That was something that occurred to me some time in the penultimate round when I shifted to JQ, although I neglected to mention it in all the confusion and thought again it could be another frame attempt... this game makes me paranoid.

Good game all, great modding and story Chris, even if you did paint me as a bad aim in the final piece.


"They don't call it a Quarter Pounder with cheese?" "No man, they got the metric system. The wouldn't know what a Quarter Pounder is."
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PianistChrisAgi


Posted: 05:26AM Feb 26, 2013

We can't all be perfect ;)

Beaches and Fire, tis all I need right now!
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buu441Ain


Posted: 06:27AM Feb 26, 2013

i loved the ending awesome job chris. glad we managed to pull it off without the seer as well.

Leo: Hold on. This is gonna hurt. Coach Hedge: I was BORN for HURT!!
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kitty-cattus


Posted: 06:29AM Feb 26, 2013

Sorry Smithy, I was wrong. Good game everybody. That was actually really fun. I felt like this was one of my better games. 4 stars.

"I'm through accepting limits cause someone says they're so. Some things I cannot change, but til I try I'll never know." -Wicked
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Smithy*en


Posted: 06:45AM Feb 26, 2013

kitty-cat wrote:
Sorry Smithy, I was wrong.


No worries, I was just as wrong about you!


"They don't call it a Quarter Pounder with cheese?" "No man, they got the metric system. The wouldn't know what a Quarter Pounder is."
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ardiAgi


Posted: 08:03AM Feb 26, 2013

Well I was completely wrong with my accusations hahaha

"You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough."
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buu441Ain


Posted: 09:37PM Feb 26, 2013

you definitely were. you need to stop jumping to conclusions so soon. and try to express whatever you have on your mind more clearly from next game. reading your posts were enough to give me a headache at times.

Leo: Hold on. This is gonna hurt. Coach Hedge: I was BORN for HURT!!
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