Okay. So my opinion on the night lynchers has been cleared up, good.
Originally Posted by dan the marino
I didn't notice it, but Mikey softclaimed? but he's American and no self-respecting american watches soccer
He said he disliked his player and team.
What's the deal with Nov?
In the few posts I've read of his, he seems town.
These two posts with nothing else in the middle to change his mind. Little scummy.
fuck it...why dont we all just mass claim with all the fishing for claims going on in this thread?
You are generally the #1 culprit.
i got through about 6 pages. nov and ziggler look scummy.
Comes in with his first post, says he suspects the two main suspects at the time. Again a little scummy, especially since Kenny has been trying a lot harder as of late, not even any reasoning for these ones.
is T-Fitz's scum meta to try to push lynches through on the least significant players?
More like his town meta, always appears really proactive and wants town to be productive, sees random wagons as the best manner in which to do so.
Tkok, McLovin, Clover, Woolcock, Pez, Anark, Shep, LC all appear town.
sXe has been strange. Appears proactive which is a town tell, especially for him, though he has really avoided posting anything about me despite the fact that a lot of the discussion has been about my alignment. I don't know.
Dan is iffy too. Bad reasoning for Lawls wagon, as really Lawls changes from game to game in terms of how much he tries. Thought there were definitely scummier people he could have voted or atleast addressed.
Fitz is trying less, or atleast offering less than usual. Could be seen as either a town or scum tell depending on which way you look at it. Probably only tried to start the wagon on TAZ early in the game because I mentioned he would do it when he came in.
Rising posting theories is a town tell for him. Ziggler strange, started a bad wagon on Doc. CHAMP bandwagonned me without reason me. Skyfall softclaiming Buffon?
Did TAZ character claim? Sorry.
CP may intentionally be making it impossible to read him.