Agreed, I think a cop check would be more useful on someone else, to start trying to turn up some new leads. Let's hope the cop is actually active here.
Just that some of the people in the sign-up page haven't been doing a whole lot. Like, I haven't seen Mako and Insanish Danish up to much, for instance. I'm just saying that it would obviously be easier to get a cop check on someone if the cop was actually paying attention to the conversations going on.
Yeah, I think the cop should go ahead and check someone else. If we keep spending all our time on HCL, we won't have a clue about anyone else in the game. Plus, the evidence was from an unknown informant whose credibility we're not even sure of.
And since we're Americans, innocent until proven guilty pls. :P
I could do it, sure.
Oh, and Gym Leader Misty is now The Puppetmaster. Forgot to mention that. xD;
Confirming my role, now that I'm home from my driving lesson. XD
So I've been following the thread, but since I wasn't actually invested in the game I didn't really catch on to who was acting suspicious. I'll reread the thread when I get the chance, but for now, what sort of leads do we have?
Basically the only thing that happened was that a spy informant contacted Zenax and told him about tar and feathers, which then brought suspicion on HCL. I think she was slightly cleared from that, but now we really have no leads. Unless something else turns up.
Like NfiNity said, and Zenax is still suspicious of HCL, but most everyone else would rather cop check somebody else to try and obtain a new lead. Oh, and HCL avoided a lynching once, so we're thinking that she is the governor.
Actually I'm not too suspicious of HCL since that post:
HCL being town does make me suspect Puppet, however, due to the manner he jumped on the bandwagon and how he acted while he was on it (point something that seems to make the bandwagon baseless -> change his mind while presented convincing enough arguments -> points out a possibility that might make HCL mafia while the bandwagon was running). These are mostly townie behavior, but something in the wording ticks me off. Call that a gut feeling; I don't think it's worth making him the lynch target tomorrow, but I feel like I should point that out.
Pls, Zenax is always mafia :P
I don't know, I said what I was thinking; didn't mean to come across that way.
Something has happened!
A small British raiding group entered the quiet southern town, determined to find their target. A latecomer to the war, certainly, but not one to be taken lightly. Especially given how quickly the rebel generals had warmed to him.
They found enormous earthworks fortifying the town instead. It would take a much larger force to penetrate defenses like that.
It seemed their enemy would survive another night.
Elsewhere, General Washington sat alone in his tent by candlelight, writing a letter to the Congress asking yet again for money so he could properly clothe his army. It was probably a futile effort; no amount of pleading seemed to help, and threatening them was not only against his nature, but it wouldn't help the cause if it fell into the wrong hands that the army and Congress were at odds.
His aide-de-camp popped his head into the tent. "Your Excellency, you've received a letter."
Washington looked up. "Ah, thank you, Colonel Hamilton. Stay here for a moment."
Hamilton bowed his head and handed the general the letter.
Washington considered the letter for a moment. "It looks like we have something new to go on."My dear Genl. Washington,
As you believed, a portion of the British army is approaching Philadelphia with the intent to capture the rebel government. The honorable Congress has evacuated the city and I am unsure as to their next place of residence.
At present, there are few people I have come to trust, my dear General excluded. I have, I believe, uncovered a plot against the American army. Too much attention is focused here in Virginia while I believe we should be investigating in the north. Indian raids in the wilderness of New York are becoming a problem for Americans living there. I heave heard of one Indian by the name Brant who has been conspiring with the British. I understand he joined a mob aiming to kill the gov'r but did not take part in the decision to kill Genl. Arnold. He is skilled in Indian warfare and his savage brethren are capable of finding weaknesses in earthworks.
I have heard both of the tragic death of one Col. Clarke in the Illinois and of the treachery of Genl. Arnold. Both occasions must grieve your heart dearly and I offer my sincerest condolences.
Adieu, my dear General, with the expressions of my affection and respect
Hamilton nodded. "Shall I scribe your general orders for the day, sir?"
"I believe so, Colonel."
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Looks like the doctor protected correctly?
Good job. :D