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The Werewolf Game #2945

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This game is moderated by HABS2933. 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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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 12:56PM Jul 5, 2013

Welcome to the 2nd instalment of the WIHC. For those who were not in the fist game the rules are simple:
This is a 15 player game. 3 of those players will be wolves (as per the game rules) 1 of those players will be the seer (again as per the regular game rules) and one randomly selected player will be a " Wolf in Human Clothing" that is a human who is secretly in cahoots with the wolves. The wolves will be made aware of who this human is and should attempt to protect him/her as they would one of their own. This human may NOT be eaten. The goal of this human is to be the last human standing and win the game along side the wolves. At this point, of course the wolves will have to eat the spy.

The humans will be randomly divided into 3 teams of 4 players and be each team will be given a TB. You may NOT discuss who is in the box with you, but you can be assured that all members are human.HOWEVER, can you be sure one is not the "Wolf In Human Clothing"? DO you know who to trust?
There will be clues throughout the game but beware they will not be as easy as they first appear.
the role, let me know via PM OR conversely if you do not want to be
Every 3rd round, I will tell you: How many wolves are left in the game, and if the spy and/or seer has been eliminated.

The WIHC will be randomly selected. IF you wish to try your hand at included in those considered for this position just PM me and say as much. I want the person assigned this part to want to do it.

Additionally there will be two more special roles:
THE ROGUE WOLF - a wolf secretly working on behalf of the humans
aand
The Cryptkeeper/Back-up Seer It is this players job to run the dead players talk-box and pass messages to the living without giving away his/her identity. They will also function as a 2nd seer should the initial seer be killed.


I think that is all for now, any questions, feel free to ask. For those who were in the first game, have I left anything out?


You can find the FIRST WIHC GAME here.


---This message was edited on 2013-07-07 18:54:31---

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SirHarA


Posted: 09:14AM Jul 6, 2013

BLA BLA BLA ...I just want to WIN!!!!!

the stronger the fed govt gets the less you free you will be,,,,This is a no brainer...
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buu441Ain


Posted: 11:40AM Jul 6, 2013

i'll beat ya har

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


Posted: 11:41AM Jul 6, 2013

what if the 3 teams just co-operate and find out who is left out, and find out the wolves that way??

Leo: Hold on. This is gonna hurt. Coach Hedge: I was BORN for HURT!!
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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 04:30PM Jul 6, 2013

Well Buu, then that would be cheating. I would like to think that no one on my friends list would stoop that low. Cheating is pathetic, and proves nothing. Cheating is like getting into a fight with an old man --> Even if you win, so what? And if you lose, how sad does that make you?

I will note AGAIN - you may NOT divulge the identity of other players in your box. Besides - remember the WIHC will be in one of the boxes.

I don't think it would work anyway Buu you'd have to have the co-operation of everyone in the game. And any post in the game aobut it will be deleted. Talking about it outside the game is against site rules. Besides, how do you know who to ask about the box members? You could ask a wolf who would then lead you down the garden path and into a trap. Which I suggest the wolves do, should you be asked about the other people in your TB.


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JayoAie


Posted: 08:30AM Jul 7, 2013

Well, I got shot in the WWG...unreal

Looking forward to this one Habs


Dovie'andi se tovya sagain
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Longhorn_fanAus


Posted: 10:30AM Jul 7, 2013

They ate me.
Hi all


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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 12:24PM Jul 7, 2013

Hey everyone, welcome to the game. A link to the first WIHC game has been posted above.

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snowmonsterAus


Posted: 09:50AM Jul 8, 2013

I guess I'll join this game. . . . . but Ms. HABS. . . 3 wolves are quite enough. This should be a FUN game.

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Longhorn_fanAus


Posted: 10:25AM Jul 8, 2013

LOL

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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 11:33AM Jul 8, 2013

Don't forget you also have a wolf working on the humans side.

OH And NOTE - Due to the seering misleading me in the last game. The seer will not be given the name of the WIHC should he (or she) divine that individual. I don't even want to know who has and has not be divined


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Longhorn_fanAus


Posted: 01:21PM Jul 8, 2013

HABS2933 wrote:
Well Buu, then that would be cheating. I would like to think that no one on my friends list would stoop that low. Cheating is pathetic, and proves nothing. Cheating is like getting into a fight with an old man --> Even if you win, so what? And if you lose, how sad does that make you?

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
This was an awesome analogy


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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 02:21PM Jul 8, 2013

Longhorn_fan wrote:

This was an awesome analogy


I agree LH, it's not mine. Not sure where I read it, but thought it was great.


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JayoAie


Posted: 02:54PM Jul 8, 2013

What is immortality but life without parole?

Dovie'andi se tovya sagain
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TheLegendA


Posted: 06:36AM Jul 9, 2013

Hello everyone.
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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 06:44AM Jul 9, 2013

Hey Legend, welcome. Familiarize yourself with the special roles and rules and sit back and wait for the game to start.

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SirHarA


Posted: 07:14AM Jul 9, 2013

HABS Dont think any less of me because you know I am a man of high Moral standards....HOWEVER....I am also a capitalist...and an INDIVIDUAL...and I assure you that I will do ANYTHING in my power to win...For that is who I am...and I will NEVER compromise my principles!!!!!If I am a wolf the wolves will win....If I am a human the humans will win!!! If I am lost in some kinda Bureaucratic Bull shiz...I will still WIN!!!!! All I care about is SCORE BOARD!!!!

Whoever said "it's not if you win or lose, it's how you play the game" Was a loser!!!! Trust me on THIS one!!!!!
I dont want a "participation trophy" what ever the hel! that is....I am here to WIN!!!! PERIOD!!!!!



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TheLegendA


Posted: 07:28AM Jul 9, 2013

SirHar wrote:
I am here to WIN!!!! PERIOD!!!!!


You said that last game , you also said that if I stick with you, I'm going to win, is the offer still up standing ?
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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 08:19AM Jul 9, 2013

Har is lucky if he makes it past the first or second round most games. And Har, we have had this discussion, winning is of the utmost importance to me as well, however I do not believe in "Win at all costs" I will not hurt somebody to win, saw that happen to the boys in hockey and lacrosse many times, teams trying to intentionally hurt the good players on an opposing team to take them out of the game., and I will NOT cheat to win (see my quote on cheating above).

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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 08:25AM Jul 9, 2013

An a "Participation Trophy" is given to the whiny little abies who don't think it is "fair" that Billy got a trophy and they didn't. Well, if you want recognition - EARN it, you want a medal or trophy - WIN it! IF you are good, you'll get picked first, if you suck you will be picked last. DEAL WITH IT!
Though sometimes we'd deal with the crappy players first, sort of like a sports draft "IF you guys take Sucky Suzie" we'll let you pick first and give you a 2nd first round pick.
Sucked to be Suzie, but is Suzie didn't suck, both teams would want her.


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Longhorn_fanAus


Posted: 11:52AM Jul 9, 2013

I actually do not think that Participation trophies are a bad idea. For older people, teens ect, yes....there is winning and losing. BUT to a 5 year old who just played their first year ever of T-ball.....a participation trophy rules! Come on now......Reallly??? Is there any reason to think that there is something wrong with telling and showing a child that they did a good job and you are proud of them. A trophy is just a piece of plastic that is painted gold. No reason to tell a small child..."oh, you suck, you did not win. No trophy for you."

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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 01:31PM Jul 9, 2013

I respectfully disagree LH, I think that it is when they are younger they should start to be taught the idea that if you want a reward, you have to earn it. I was telling Jeff in chat the other day about Brandon getting one when he was 4 or 5 for Lacrosse. HE showed it to me, I tried to make like it mattered, and HE on his own, says "nope, they gave these to everyone, THIS trophy (and he pulls out one much bigger) is the one that matters - we EARNED this one!
There is nothing wrong with telling a child "good job, you tried hard" but by doing that you are also telling the kids who worked hard and won, hard work is not important, you will be rewarded either way.

I would never tell a child they sucked (even if they did). But I feel that trophies and accolades should be earned. At what age do we then tell them, you know what - you do have to try, and winning is important?

Brandon, when he was about 6 or so, was playing on both a house league "everyone plays and we don't even follow the rules" hockey team and a AAA level team at the same time, you could see the difference in his attitude toward the game on each team. He barely tired at all in HL but he was hungry to win on his rep team. And again the trophy they earned on the Rep team was a lot sweeter than the one he was given in House League. I am not even sure I agree in games such as hockey,lacrosse,baseball etc that I agree with the number of trophies they give out. The one year they made it to the finals and lost in game 7. They got a second place trophy. The winning team had one that bigger than most of the kids who won it, and stayed at the arena for the year as well as individual trophies - and they should have. Brandon's team go individual trophies about half the size of the winners take home ones. I don't think they should have got anything at all.
We didn't get them and I didn't grow up wanting to slit my wrists. I played soccer when I was young for a couple years - we lost every game 2 years straight. Should we have got a trophy for that? I don't hink so - we wanted a trophy so we strived to be better the next year. The year after that I switched to fast pitch and rocked. And I did earn trophies. IT was a GREAT feeling!


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Longhorn_fanAus


Posted: 02:32PM Jul 9, 2013

NOPE...I disagree, simply based on your nephew's own statement......Children realize that they have to earn things. A small trophy that says "YAY, you tried" is in no way the same to them as a big trophy that says "You kicked @$$"

Just my opinion. I developed it by watching other's and experiencing it myself. We got little plaques or medals for participation in football and baseball when I was a kid, and I still have them....BUT the trophy we won for winning the all-region in football 6th grade is by far the one I treasure.

When I was a small child we had summer track. Everyone in every event got a small pink ribbon that said "participant" but the winners had Big, purple, red, white ribbons for placing in their events.

I do not think ANYONE should just be handed something for nothing, BUT IMO a child who tries something should get something for it......just to say Thank you for being a part of our team. At that age learning how to play sports is just as important as winning, cause if you do not know the rules, you can not win.
I guess I see it as a learning trophy


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JayoAie


Posted: 03:15PM Jul 9, 2013

I agree that participation trophies are a great idea for kids, build them up some and cushion the disappointment

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debc1A


Posted: 03:28PM Jul 9, 2013

hey
i think i played the last one

trophy thing....well, life isn't fair
i don't remember getting anything for just participating
but did get something if i won
i don't think i got many trophies
i think it is much better if someone was rooting for you no matter, win or lose, you know, someone looking out for you, always there, in your corner, not just set adrift, you know what i mean? that is more lasting
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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 04:05PM Jul 9, 2013

If the boys were not all gifted athletes who excel at every sport they play, I'd probably tell them, you know it is great you tried playing X, but maybe it just isn't your thing. NO ONE is good at everything, but everyone is good at something, let's find that thing that you're good at, what should we try next? Like I said, we sucked at soccer, fast pitch however I kicked A$$ at! It didn't hurt my self esteem to realise I was never going to be good. I was good at other things and school came a lot easier to me than to others. They don't give out A's for effort, they give them out for achievement. We teach kids if they want good marks, they have to work hard and earn them, why not teach them the same thing about sports and games?

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debc1A


Posted: 04:21PM Jul 9, 2013

HABS2933 wrote:
If the boys were not all gifted athletes who excel at every sport they play, I'd probably tell them, you know it is great you tried playing X, but maybe it just isn't your thing. NO ONE is good at everything, but everyone is good at something, let's find that thing that you're good at, what should we try next? Like I said, we sucked at soccer, fast pitch however I kicked A$$ at! It didn't hurt my self esteem to realise I was never going to be good. I was good at other things and school came a lot easier to me than to others. They don't give out "way to go" A's - if you want an A - study hard and earn it. Sports should be the same way. (Just my opinion)>


yes!!!thats what i mean, and also you CAN do this or that, like the world is open to you and not closed

gee i wish you were my mommie


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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 04:28PM Jul 9, 2013

I'm not into crushing their self-esteem, in fact I want to bolster it. I taught TJ (who is 16 now) to play chess when he as about 4 (he had seen a board and asked me what it was and how to play) I ran through the pieces and how they moved really quick, he asked me to tell him again,, I did then he decided he was ready to play. I don't believe in letting kids win, and I kicked his a$$ (yeah me I can beat a 4 year old), for bout 6 months. I would tell when he made a bad move and why it was bad but not let him take it back. Then one day, he beat me. He really legit beat me. He asked me "did you let me win" I asked "have I ever?" He was so proud of himself knowing he earned the win.

LH - I am surprised they had the participant ribbons/medals when you were young. I am nto that much older than you, and we never got them. Well on our school wide "fun field day" they gave out 1-5th place ribbons - after that you got nothing.
And I am not completely heartless, I do support the "mercy rule" in house league sports for kids under 5.


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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 04:39PM Jul 9, 2013

I'm not into crushing their self-esteem, in fact I want to bolster it. I taught TJ (who is 16 now) to play chess when he as about 4 (he had seen a board and asked me what it was and how to play) I ran through the pieces and how they moved really quick, he asked me to tell him again,, I did then he decided he was ready to play. I don't believe in letting kids win, and I kicked his a$$ (yeah me I can beat a 4 year old), for bout 6 months. I would tell when he made a bad move and why it was bad but not let him take it back. Then one day, he beat me. He really legit beat me. He asked me "did you let me win" I asked "have I ever?" He was so proud of himself knowing he earned the win.

LH - I am surprised they had the participant ribbons/medals when you were young. I am nto that much older than you, and we never got them. Well on our school wide "fun field day" they gave out 1-5th place ribbons - after that you got nothing.
And I am not completely heartless, I do support the "mercy rule" in house league sports for kids under 5.


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21kaldridge21Aus


Posted: 05:57PM Jul 9, 2013

I really don't see the point of participation ribbons. The kid and their parents know they participated why do they need he trophy. I never played in sports but I got participation ribbons for field days and they are long time but I do still the plaques, metals, and certificates from when I competed in FBLA, DECA, and FCCLA regionals and state.

and i agree with that you can't be good at everything but it seems like there are people that still need to learn that. In 12th grade i took an art class where the teacher graded on ability but only did drawing and painting and no other types of art. I am good at some types of art but i am terrible with drawing.


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TheLegendA


Posted: 08:14PM Jul 9, 2013

I always tell my students that the winning is not important (i.e. solving the problem), not trying also, the most important thing is to learn from your mistakes instead of fearing them, if they did that right, they'll sure win, if I gave a reward, I give it to the student with the most GROWTH.
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buu441Ain


Posted: 12:57AM Jul 10, 2013

now we get a certificate for just signing up for anything and turning up at the venue you should see how many quiz participation certificates i have accumulated over the years. of course there are a few trophies which go with them as well, but the participation ones simply outnumber the victory ones...

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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 06:12AM Jul 10, 2013

I never understood the "trying" argument when I was young, I couldn't fathom why teachers gave me a hard time about not doing my homework, or reading in class or doing science work in math class. I got 80s without breaking a sweat. It didn't make sense to me that they were busting my A$$ but leaving the students who were struggling to get 70s alone.
Success comes from your achievements not the amount of effort you put in. By any reasonable measure I was a more successful student than the 70s students, even if they put in 2X the effort.
The world doesn't care about you self-esteem and expects you to produce something worthwhile before you are rewarded. We can't tell kids their whole lives "winning is not important" then expect them to be hungry to win (not only at games but at life in general) when they are older. At what age to we teach them the exact opposite it true?


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JayoAie


Posted: 07:29AM Jul 10, 2013

There is no correct blanket approach to be taken guys

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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 07:43AM Jul 10, 2013

I think you are right Jayo, and we will have to agree to disagree. Looks like we lost TheLegend.

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SirHarA


Posted: 07:44AM Jul 10, 2013

WOW!!!!!!!!! I OPENED A BIG CAN OF WORMS!!!!!!!!

If you teach a 5 year old it is ok to LOSE you are NOT HELPING HIM develop!!!!! period....Case Closed!!!!!

If my 5 year old came home crying because he didn't earn a medal....People like Sabi would run to the school board and complain they made her child cry....I would tell my child Life is full of disapointments...WORK harder NEXT time and maybe YOU TOO can earn a medal!!!!!Now stop CRYING and get off your AS$!!!!! I will help you train!!!!!!!

Habs so much was said here I dont know where to begin ...I am not saying Injure players for the sake of it in sports is good....BUT if I want to pull a trick or two from up my sleeve that complies with the rules to WIN...I WILL!!!!!!Is that FAIR????? stop whining and learn the tricks!!!!!!

I think you should change the theme of your game because obviously we have struck a HOT Button that is crucial to rearing the children who ARE OUR FUTURE!!!!!
If you dont want to Then I will mod the next game with THIS topic!!!!!!!

and lastly someone post a link to the "Adam Karole As$ Douche rant"...He sums it up very well and it's funny!!!!!

PS I will win this game if it KILLS ME!!!!!!and Legend you can join me as long as YOU produce!!!

and that is all I have to say about THAT...for now....


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Longhorn_fanAus


Posted: 09:44AM Jul 10, 2013

I would not run to the school board crying and raising caine.

I am not saying that in everything you do you should earn a reward. I was just talking about child sports and events.....IE: The ones I AS A PARENT pay for them to participate in. Like I said eariler I think the participation thing is more of a congratulations, you learned something type of thing.

Lets look at it this way perhaps......NFL
Not everyone gets a Super Bowl ring right??? Only the winners.....BUT ALL the NFL players make a paycheck for participating in the sport....win or lose, they all get paid.

I guess I just do not see the harm in little Jimmy getting a small ribbon for fall soccer.
I grew up with these participation things and I in no way have an "entitled" attitude that some think comes with this type of reward for a child.
The way a child grows and develops into an adult has a lot to do with how they are raised and the attitudes of their parents.

If Makayla participated in a sport and lost, Ok so she lost...If she gets a little ribbon it puts a smile on her face and encourages her to keep trying to get better. If she loses and does not get anything for it, it is not the end of the world.

I guess my main thing on the subject is participation ribbons never hurt anyone


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snowmonsterAus


Posted: 11:08AM Jul 10, 2013

TheLegend wrote:
I always tell my students that the winning is not important (i.e. solving the problem), not trying also, the most important thing is to learn from your mistakes instead of fearing them, if they did that right, they'll sure win, if I gave a reward, I give it to the student with the most GROWTH.



I'll have to agree with TheLegend on this subject. It IS how you play the game too. It's ok to lose, and it's best to lose gracefully. THIS learned in childhood will prepare for failures and disappointments as adults. YES, you will have them as adults. . . . It's great to win too. . . . but not at the expense of losing your dignity, hurting others, or cheating. We are to be competitive, not saying we aren't to be, or we aren't suppose to encourage our kids to be, but we also have to teach them how to lose with dignity, as well as win gracefully. No one likes a sore loser and no one likes a taunting, self absorbed winner.

As for handing out participation ribbons. . . . I see no harm. It's not like they are handing out ribbons to the losers, saying you get one too for losing. . . as long as winners get an additional ribbon that is nicer than the participation ribbon, then their efforts are being recognized.

Let's talk about something else! Like love. . . . . who falls in love faster, men or women???


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buu441Ain


Posted: 11:53AM Jul 10, 2013

i just think if you did your best and you are happy with your efforts, then it is fine irrespective of the result.

oops...looks like i am out of the loop already.
is there a particular speed for falling in love?


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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 01:05PM Jul 10, 2013

I am not sure who falls in love faster but I think women are more "in love with idea of love" more than a man is. Men can separate affection (and other things) from love where for "most" women they go hand in hand.

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Longhorn_fanAus


Posted: 01:19PM Jul 10, 2013

IDK.....I think it depends on the situation and the person. Some men fall fast and hard, some women fall fast hard.

I think past experience has a lot to do with it as well. Those who have been burned before are generally more reluctant to walk back into the fire.

I do agree with HABS in that women are more in love with the idea of love than men.


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debc1A


Posted: 02:34PM Jul 10, 2013

i agree with habs also

and bromances are deep, i think more so than girls being friends
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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 02:41PM Jul 10, 2013

I have more male friends than females. Males are more upfront and honest. Females are more likely to be nasty and vindictive. Their motives are not always clear they can be a lot more manipulative and when a man says "nothing" is wrong, chances are there is nothing wrong. If a woman says it ....WATCH OUT, you'd better run for the hills!!!!

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debc1A


Posted: 03:16PM Jul 10, 2013

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Longhorn_fanAus


Posted: 04:11PM Jul 10, 2013

HEHEHE
Ain't that the truth


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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 04:47PM Jul 10, 2013

Are you paying attention to this boys? You need to learn how to speak "Female" it is a completely different language than Manspeak.
Lesson 1:

Wnen she says nothing - she is stewing and you are well advised to let her be for the moment.

When she says "Go ahead" she is not really saying yes, she doesn't want you to do it, and if you do, she'll be peeved.

That is all for now.

A quiet man is a thinking man. A quiet woman is plotting her revenge.


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buu441Ain


Posted: 12:53AM Jul 11, 2013

haha. that'll sure be helpful i guess it just depends on the other person concerned.
anyone here can describe what love exactly is? am still lost regarding that. how do you know whether you love someone or not?


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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 04:29AM Jul 11, 2013

buu, it is impossible to put into words how you know. A lot of times, especially at your age, you will think you're in love, but you will realise later while you may have loved that person, you were not "in love" with them.
You'll know when you find it, it feels different than anything else.


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Fleetwood__38


Posted: 08:40AM Jul 11, 2013

I am glad to be in the second one! The first one was great!
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Longhorn_fanAus


Posted: 09:44AM Jul 11, 2013

Cool deal we only need 5 more

This should be my last game before VACATION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I leave 7/21, so IF the game is still going and I am still alive by that date I will be inactive. It should be far enough away though that I should not affect the game


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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 10:22AM Jul 11, 2013

Thanks for letting us know that LH. It is far enough away, we will still get a few rounds in before you have to go.
Hey Fleet! Yeah the first one was fun, too bad all our special players were knocked off so early! And that the seer was less than honest about who he divined. Unfortunately, that means this game, I will not be asking for the identity of the divined players nor will the seer know if or when they divine the WIHC or Rouge Wolf.


Be sure to follow you dreams; otherwise you'll end up working for someone who had the guts to follow his.
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Fleetwood__38


Posted: 11:52AM Jul 11, 2013

Wow LH! I am leaving for vacation soon too around the same time you are. I hope the game doesn't go that long or I will be inactive as well. I don't think it will though.

Hey HABS!
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buu441Ain


Posted: 11:56AM Jul 11, 2013

HABS2933 wrote:
buu, it is impossible to put into words how you know. A lot of times, especially at your age, you will think you're in love, but you will realise later while you may have loved that person, you were not "in love" with them.
You'll know when you find it, it feels different than anything else.


what you describe, something similar happened about twice already. exact thing. that's what i am wondering now. how to be actually sure whether its love or not....


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


Posted: 12:52PM Jul 11, 2013

Greetings.

We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams.
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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 12:59PM Jul 11, 2013

buu441 wrote:
what you describe, something similar happened about twice already. exact thing. that's what i am wondering now. how to be actually sure whether its love or not....


You're what 13 or 14 right? Not sure you've ever said how old you are but based on the video you showed some of us (you and some friends shoving each other around in a wheeled cabinet of some sort), that would be my guess. I would say at your young age, it isn't really love, but what passes for love at your age. There is nothing wrong with that, you need those relationships to appreciate the real thing when you find it. Those you have loved in the past will always hold a special place in your hear, but could never replace the person with whom your are truly in love. OK, enough sappiness (from me anyway)!
Only 4 more to go, if you guys want to invite others to play please do. I got a message today from someone whose profile says he or she has never played a game, but we all know that is not necessarily true, but given the special rules in this one, think it should be left to the more experienced players. Does anyone know if Drummajor2319 is anyoone we know? I am assuming he/she would have said so if they were, but not knowing him/her or activity level, I'd rather keep it to the regulars.


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21kaldridge21Aus


Posted: 01:27PM Jul 11, 2013

He was sonic's the darkest hour game. He didn't post very much and didn't add much to the game so I would say he hasn't played before.

I'm back
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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 02:01PM Jul 11, 2013

21kaldridge21 wrote:
He was sonic's the darkest hour game. He didn't post very much and didn't add much to the game so I would say he hasn't played before.


Was that a WTB game? IT says he has played 1 WTB and 0 WWG. If he is not active, and most "new" players are not, then I don't think I'll add him. Inactive players annoy me.


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debc1A


Posted: 03:10PM Jul 11, 2013

don't annoy habs
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Longhorn_fanAus


Posted: 03:14PM Jul 11, 2013

Th edoom that shall follow will be unbearable

Like what you love, and love what you got.
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21kaldridge21Aus


Posted: 05:48PM Jul 11, 2013

No its WWG but it is still going so i guess the game won't showed up as played until after it ends.

I'm back
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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 08:57PM Jul 11, 2013

debc1 wrote:
don't annoy habs

Longhorn_fan wrote:
The doom that shall follow will be unbearable


You got that right! Hell, as hey say, has no fury as a moderator ignored.


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faheem1Apk


Posted: 01:06AM Jul 12, 2013

greetings all! so there's a LOT going on over here. prizes, love and what not. i'm hoping the game starts around monday as i'm going away for the weekend to my aunt's and wouldn't be able to keep posting from there. so please please do not remove/kill me if i'm unable to post tomorrow or the day after. here's to hoping we start the game soon and everyone stays active throughout!

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buu441Ain


Posted: 01:21AM Jul 12, 2013

@habs: wait WHAAT??!! i come off as 13 or 14? now way!!! am 17 now. pretty much half a year away from turning 18. but yeah, we do mess around like a bunch of kids and idiots...

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


Posted: 01:23AM Jul 12, 2013

HABS2933 wrote:
21kaldridge21 wrote:
He was sonic's the darkest hour game. He didn't post very much and didn't add much to the game so I would say he hasn't played before.


Was that a WTB game? IT says he has played 1 WTB and 0 WWG. If he is not active, and most "new" players are not, then I don't think I'll add him. Inactive players annoy me.


no. that is a WWG. i don't think the game has completed as yet, so the score hasn't been registered. and they really didn't contribute much, i think.


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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 06:03AM Jul 12, 2013

faheem1 wrote:
here's to hoping we start the game soon and everyone stays active throughout!


They will, I only allow players who have proven themselves active in my games.


buu441 wrote:
@habs: wait WHAAT??!! i come off as 13 or 14? now way!!! am 17 now. pretty much half a year away from turning 18. but yeah, we do mess around like a bunch of kids and idiots...


No, you don't come across as 13 or 14, as I said, I had no idea how old you are. Even the goofing around like a bunch of kids and idiots .....well you are a teenage male - acting foolish is par for the course.
I guess you just looked young.


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debc1A


Posted: 08:00AM Jul 12, 2013

it is funny how everyone is getting older except me...

fa- you are toast if the game starts this weekend, sorry bud
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Longhorn_fanAus


Posted: 08:41AM Jul 12, 2013

debc1 wrote:
fa- you are toast if the game starts this weekend, sorry bud


At least we are honest around here


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Kaippertus


Posted: 11:49AM Jul 12, 2013

Hi all. Got eaten in my last WWG so I came here.
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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 12:29PM Jul 12, 2013

Hey Kaiper. I don't mind if someone is inactie here and thete, even for a full roynd. ESPECIALLY when dvance notice is given. Inactive wolves also bother me a lot more than inactive humans. The day round is pretty much a given to go 24 hrs but there is no need to drag out the night rounds.

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Skybet*gb


Posted: 08:23AM Jul 13, 2013

Inactive humans also cause the night to drag on a lot.

We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams.
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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 08:26AM Jul 13, 2013

I've decided to give Drummajor2319 a chance. She says he had an old account she used to play with but couldn't access it so this is a new account.
We are losing players to other games so I want to get this one filled up, but don't want to do so at the expense of the game. She knows what is expected here and still wants to play.


Be sure to follow you dreams; otherwise you'll end up working for someone who had the guts to follow his.
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debc1A


Posted: 08:54AM Jul 13, 2013

ok habs

we can rough her up for you once she gets here
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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 10:06AM Jul 13, 2013

lol Deb. Gotta love my goons! That way I keep my hands clean.

Be sure to follow you dreams; otherwise you'll end up working for someone who had the guts to follow his.
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Fleetwood__38


Posted: 10:18AM Jul 13, 2013

Sounds fine to have someone join! Looks like it is filling up at a decent rate
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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 03:41PM Jul 13, 2013

Skybet wrote:
Inactive humans also cause the night to drag on a lot.


True ,but in the first few rounds, since it is usually random voting for a wide variety of people we never hit the X votes needed mark, so the round goes its full time. There (in my opinion) any need to let the nights time out if all humans are active. The only reason for it is as a frame job. I hope none of the players in this game are inactive for that long, though we have already been told of two.


Be sure to follow you dreams; otherwise you'll end up working for someone who had the guts to follow his.
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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 11:34PM Jul 13, 2013

ONLY 1 MORE TO GO! Hopefully it will fill up sometime tomorrow (Sunday) and we can get started..

As with the first game - If you do not want to be considered for a special role, please let me know. I am not going to force it on anybody.


Be sure to follow you dreams; otherwise you'll end up working for someone who had the guts to follow his.
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buu441Ain


Posted: 01:37AM Jul 14, 2013

ah. finally down to the last one this was a long round 0 discussion, eh?

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


Posted: 07:03AM Jul 14, 2013

My kingdom for a player...

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