@Sputnik; I know you're online so how about contributing
FoS: SputnikI don't have much to say! After we get some interesting information or potential leads, you'll definitely hear my voice.
I think we'll probably vote you after hearing your voice. Ah, nothing serious - just meta.
@Sputnik; Leads? We have leads yet you aren't acting on them. You keep repeating yourself.
@Dark Blueberry; you haven't contributed much either. All you've done is joke vote our host, ask me who'd I vote for, and FoS Sputnik despite not participating in the conversations.
Vote count is 3 no lynch, and 2 on Orion
Midori, we don't actually have any leads. We're just taking shots in the dark. Which is why...
Vote: No Lynch
Before you accidentally kill someone.
When I vote, I'm prompting discussion. Not actually trying to kill anyone. Midori's crusade against Orion isn't exactly the best course of action. If you look at it, we shouldn't be lynching anyone without a good deal of evidence in a small game like this.
Credit to HikaruIzumi for the awesome avatar!
Sorry for the inactivity.
I happen to agree with GliscorMan about how we need more evidence to lynch Orion. But I found this a little strange:
I know why you originally voted Orion, and it makes sense, but I was wondering about GliscorMan's sudden switch, since the last time he posted he seemed all for voting Orion.
Edit: Never mind, I thought you were talking to me, sorry. ^^;
I guess since I'm out of time..... Vote:No Lynch
Mentioning inactives is being thrown around like it's going out of style, and imo it's not a towntell anymore. If you're going to mention them I'd suggest you ask them about a specific occurrence, such as "Do you think we should lynch someone on Day 1, even though we have little information," or "What do you think of Orion's interactions with Midorikawa".
Personally, I would prefer to lynch someone on Day 1, because if we don't, like I said before we are giving the initiative to the mafia. They won't have to worry about being hit if we don't try to lynch anyone, and no discussion because of minimal voting is bad for the town. That said, there isn't much I can do to swing the votes at this point, so I'm not going to vote for a random person, but I will say that Orion's voting No Lynch with no other explanation looked a bit scummy to me.
I also agree with Midorikawa; we need conversation, and if we wait to lynch someone until we have "enough info" (whenever that may be), it will most likely be too late. You have to take some chances, look at posts and try to discern anti-town behavior.