The ability to nullify a vote sounds like an anti-town ability. After all, there will always be more townies than mafia (since otherwise, a game would end), and using it on SteamKnight seems like a way to lower the chances of him (who was town) from making it out alive, since even if he convinced some other people to not vote him and potentially vote someone else, it would've been one vote less than he'd needed.
Additionally, there are the interactions with KidBeano. KidBeano was night-killed - and though this will sound WIFOM-y itself - it easily could've been done as an excuse for later, to say that "why would mafia kill someone that could incriminate a scumbuddy," since killing KidBeano would likely be written off as too obvious.
I believe it was said before by jokool, but now knowing that SteamKnight was town, I think it is very likely that mafia killed Mintaka the cop to make SteamKnight a very easy lynch target like in the above quote, and perhaps one so easy that it wouldn't place blame on any mafia onboard.Steamknight suspects Mintaka heavily, something happens to cause him to no longer suspect mintaka, mintaka dies as cop. The most logical conclusion I can come up with here is that Mintaka claimed to Steamknight in order to get a claim from him (as he wouldn't give it otherwise), Steamknight officially announces he no longer suspects her (being the last person to suspect the cop is never good), and then has his fellow mafia kill her.
To add on to what FA said, it seems whoever the reporter is pointed out the same.
Bold 1=Null votes powerOriginally Posted by Reporter
Bold 3=Null voting power being more useful to the mafia than the town.
The whole nullifying thing is awfully suspicious. It does seem more like a mafia power, and Mij has been pinning our suspicions on SteamKnight since the very beginning.
Just because mafia would benefit more from my role means nothing, look at doublevoter, lynchproof, lynch redirects and roleblockers. All better for the mafia, all common town roles. It's also resemblend of a vote thief, more commonly town. I honestly thought Steamknight was mafia, and you all voted him as well so you apparently thought the same. My theory for why he was mafia was still more viable than any other alternatives at that time, especially since he wouldn't even defend himself, nor did anyone for him.
vote: Nepeta Leijon
I think you're a bit too quick to vote me. Especially since in the mere three posts you made besides your vote just now all have been against steamknight as well. Seems a bit odd to blame me for a theory you spent all of your posts this game agreeing with turning out wrong.
I'm more okay with VOTE: Nepeta Leijon
Hindsight is very useful, since it's taking what we now know and looking at things in a different light. I don't see why that's not a valid way of approaching a vote or accusation.
That seems too dismissive of something that still is worth looking at for at least a bit. The reporter may have some sort of other ability that could aid them in making reports, and even if not, giving it a look is still worthwhile.Personally I think the reporter was on some kind of substance when he wrote that, and you are looking way too deep into it. Plus reporters are pretty much known for not knowing squat about anything anyway.
@FinalArcadia; you just ignored most parts of my defense.
I couldn't even understand half the reporter said, and I'm sure that goes for most people here since it was filled with anime terms.That seems too dismissive of something that still is worth looking at for at least a bit. The reporter may have some sort of other ability that could aid them in making reports, and even if not, giving it a look is still worthwhile.
I have my reasons. Vote nullifier is a very anti-town role, and you haven't been acting very town lately.
@HumanDawn; is the one I have my eye on, actually. Whereas there's no real evidence against me, and you just jump on after ONE post? I at least had a few people in agreement that gave sound logical arguments, whereas you had... one post by Mijz?
@Nepeta Leijon; I think I already gave quite the monologue on why vote nullifier is not an anti-town role. You know, if you're going to vote me it would only be good sportsmanship to also properly read my defense to the accusitions. I'm starting to think Human is the only person here who actually did read it. Also none of what you just said is a defense for the accusations I made against you.
@Mijzelffan; 1) You say no one defended SteamKnight yet there was defense of him from a few of us, most minus me we're swayed by the previous day phase and by that time I gave up trying to defend him. 2) Your role can be either alignment and town looks pretty decently strong right now so your role could easily be mafia to balance out the roles. While true it could be town, why should we trust you and say it isn't? 3) While the report may look weird if you read it carefully and think about some of the things that are said, it matches what has happened these past few phases just in an attempted humorous way.
@Mijzelffan; I did read it, and I still believe vote nullifier is an anti-town role. Lynches are vital for the town's victory, and being able to nullify votes would come in handy to lynch townies/prevent townies from lynching mafia.
Heavy FoS: Momoka
Your role does not seem town aligned at all. Not to mention your leading of Steamknights lynch, which seems like mafia framing to me.
Momoka, tracker is a powerhouse town role. A simple "I didn't believe him" doesn't fly for a defense here.
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