We have the set up in front of us and I think we should be using it to our advantage by talking about it. It's something I've been trying to do in open set ups and nobody seems to understand how this can help us. I like to think I'm the same as scum or town but somebody else would probably be better off giving you an answer to your question.
So the next person that posts I have a question for you. If you're a cop and you get a guilty on someone Night 1 what do you do?
Am not suspicious of you in any way as long as it is usual for you to act so pro-town, which it seems it is. Of course it is smart to talk about the set up, though I don't like your question about the cops. Can be manipulated too easily by a scum member answering, or give them a good read on who may be cop in relation to a townie answering/suggesting what should be done. Nothing to gain.
I don't see how an answer to a hypothetical question would determine of someone is a cop or not. I addressed a problem that cops very well could end up having this game and I asked what the smart thing to do. I'm not really sure how preventing someone from handling their role information poorly can do anything but help town.
Nah for me to sell you I'd have to go back to the last game we did together and accuse you of being scum for not being able to read me... and seriously, who wants to sit through all of that again? Besides me and you of course.
okay, why not. I'm not scum. What makes you think I am? You, of all people, know how to read me and yet you're reading me wrong. That tells me one of two things... One is, you really can't read me. *highly doubtful* Second, you're scum and you know I'm an easy lynch. I'm the easiest first day lynch out there and you're going for the wounded duck.
It's a smart play, by the way, and you should do that as scum.