Discussion in 'MoopyFate' started by Ag, May 24, 2018.
The latter point is why the former wouldn't be the case.
I'd have joined the mafia if I'd been a villager who was voted back in. It never seemed like the villagers were remotely in charge of this.
You're right, we weren't.
I always felt a bit uneasy about Alla, Kate and wtg's evictions but joined the crowd. From there we were already lost.
I should have stuck to my guns about buttertart early on. Big Ron had some compelling early evidence about him, but nobody would seem to join in.
In the final shakedown I'm just really annoyed that we were additionally fucked over by inactive players (so we couldn't win the votes later on; the resurrections were good ideas but not a real compensation) and some villagers who couldn't seem to get on board.
Also yes, jiva especially played a blinder. If it had got down to, say, Kindacool, Su and Jiva, mafia would still have won.
You can apply so many 'what if's' to that game, but in almost every situation Mafia would have won.
For the record, I did chose the mafia members. I selected 5 because it seemed like a decent number. Penelope had everything to fight for, Buttertart had promised increased activity, Jivafox and Phoenix were both big players in Secret Word and I just had a gut feeling about Marilyn.
Rita was never going in, because she was so high profile in Secret Word.
It was SUCH AN EASY extra way to get to blend in as a villager while advancing the mafia cause to be able to just turn up each time and be the one who did the final vote and affirmed the majority decision to kill - and for it to be a villager every time without me needing to fight the other way - until 4 days in when we inevitably had to go for Suomi!
I was pissed on whiskey and convinced Alla was mafia. Soz and that.
I don't care! It made it way more interesting!
More soz to alla, I also felt like nothing was happening, and me steaming right in and pointing fingers got the ball rolling.
I’m sorry but I HAD TO WIN.
Winning the task but losing the favor of the audience is not really a total win, my dear.
Please don’t be like that. You can trust me.