Master Mew's Theory: Netto Azure may be telling the truth. His role redirects Night Actions, which means that Baron Dante's copcheck was redirected to Kakuna Matata, who blocked it - and Octy's check (whatever it was) was redirected to someone else, giving her a description of someone ELSE'S role.
EDIT: While this theory, if correct, clears up some confusion, it really doesn't answer the question of his allegiance, so...
Vote: Netto Azure
Again. Until a satisfactory defense, or a better target, is brought to my attention.
Last edited by Master Mew; 28th February 2012 at 04:26 AM.
Yay for misreading things. Because it was totally needed for me to ask Azure about it again when the info was already in the previous post.
MM: Uh. Why would Octy's check be redirected?
Dammit, @Kakuna Matata. Stop making me constantly seem like I'm confused. Seriously, I should just stop now and sleep.
But yeah, now we are back on the situation of the power, redirecting night actions, which sounds to me like a Mafia power. But, eh.
So who has the power to redirect votes then? Wouldn't that person be more likely to be mafia?
Someone is lying in those list of roleclaims you guys got just saying. And since your cop check DID bounce off me then it is a passive power that I have.
You know what, I'm going to take a stab at this and say:
Vote: Kakuna Matata
"Mafia-like power, ahoy!"
"And when did you become a pirate?"
"Oh sorry. I was just in the moment."
It is now Night 11.
Good riddance, demon! :D
Wow, I'm kinda surprised that actually worked.
Yay I diedz.
This was fun to the end. I just hope everyone will have fun seeing this through. :3
Kinda sad about that misstep last turn and a few days ago. Utterly boneheaded of me.
But this has been certainly one of the longer Mafia's that I managed to live through hahaha.
There are two Mafia members remaining. ONE of them turns up Innocent (the Godfather), while the other turns up Guilty.
Which means that every player, regardless of how their copcheck turns out, has a 50/50 chance of being Mafia. No one is above suspicion at this point.