Protect Our Precious Bodily Fluids -- Join The War Room
by, 13th August 2011 at 10:24 PM (481 Views)
It's 7 days to Mafia Awards; if you wanted to join the War Room and vote in the Awards, you're too late. That's a shame; you're missing out.
The War Room is really a great place. The strategy is not too difficult; the time is not too involved; the commitment is not too great; the people are not
toobad (no, really).
I joined TWR, like most everybody else, in Mijzelffan's BMGF Mafia II. That was the pinnacle of War Room. From there, things kept growing. We're fast approaching on our 100 games mark. That's pretty great.
What always makes the games, though, are the individual moments of strategy and triumph. My favorite moments have always been the decision points where something goes 'right' and you have to move on. Lynching a mafia member or squeezing an innocent lynch through when you didn't have the votes just earlier; getting a guilty check on someone you long suspected. I'll share a few such moments:
Hurristat's BMGF III had a lot of these moments. One of the greatest was when me and Hellion and Rayne all began talking and sharing information. It became clear one day that one of them was mafia. Unsure of which one was mafia, I PM'ed both, telling each that I believed him and was willing to vote for the other. Then, when Hellion misstepped, I made sure he was lynched.
Mintaka's War Room Mafia, where me and Ryuutakeshi staged an elaborate fight. It was all a trick to get the mafia to kill Ryuu at night. By his role, he could kill one of them in turn. I was able to kill all the mafia and live all the way through that game.
Hellion's Second X-Men Mafia had lots of these moments. The best, by far, was when I figured out that Iteru, who we (the mafia) thought was mafia, was actually a traitor. He had killed me on Day 1, without us even realizing. So when Iteru was asleep, we staged a vote against him that eliminated him. It worked perfectly.
Play for yourself and make your own moments. It's not too late to get ready for Next Year's Awards.
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