Originally Posted by Nov
Although generally a no vote means you want day to end, I don't think that was necessarily Obby's intention. Probably just emphasizing the point that he didn't like any of the other wagons.
I see, this makes sense.
Obby has played elsewhere, so I can see 'no voting' would be a way to end day.
But, that can't be why Obby put that? Espesh so early on?
I agree it was odd.