Mido to answer your question, I was just testing you, therefore after what you did I had no other reason for voting sunburn. Suspicious? It was day one.
And this so called cop, apparently checked jda95 and that apparently why you guys all have switched your votes? Why have the contacted mido out of all people? Wouldn't Froakie be a better choice?
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Is that you're argument? Only the cop knows why they contacted me.We switched our votes to our best lead, you, after our original has some hard evidence to suggest him as town.And this so called cop, apparently checked jda95 and that apparently why you guys all have switched your votes? Why have the contacted mido out of all people? Wouldn't Froakie be a better choice?
What? What's the point you're trying to make?
No, i'm just curious as to why they would pick you. When we already have a confirmed townie. Cop, whoever you are I hoped you checked Mido, or really know what you're doing. Another thought he could always be insane cop.
Guys... about the whole converting thing...
If, like someone pointed out previously, there IS serial killer among us... then it's probably unlikely there's a converter as well.
My thoughts are...
Fact: Serial killers are usually aligned as Independent.
I don't really know how converters work, but can they convert Independents into a mafia member? Well, let's say they can.
If so, then IF, by chance, the mafia converts the serial killer, does that mean the mafia gains two kills during the night? Or would the serial killer lose their role and become a goon? Iirc, in the few games I played, townies that were converted still kept their roles, so the serial killer might keep it as well.
If the serial killer DOESN'T lose their role, then this would make the town near impossible to win. One mislynch during the day and two kills during the night equals town massacre.
So imo, I don't think there would be a converter if a serial killer exists.
All you need is M-E-G-A-N-E
There's a third party that can also harm the mafia.Originally Posted by Beck's death post
There's someone who isn't dead that isn't aligned with the town - a.k.a., Independent. "The Governor" didn't get his chance tonight probably means he has more chances to kill. The Independent COULD be just a one-shot Vig, but the thing is, looking at Beck's death post, IF the mafia can't win without eliminating anyone who isn't dead, then that means the Independent can't have a win condition like "Survive till end game" because one-shot Vig alone is vulnerable. (I doubt the Indep would have more than one ability.) The Town also has to eliminate the dead AND all other threats, so this means if the Indep is alive, neither side can win. In other words, the Indep would also have to win alone, and they wouldn't have a one-shot ability of anything because if they have to be the sole survivor, then they need something permanent to enable them to get their win.Originally Posted by MM's death post
All you need is M-E-G-A-N-E
@Spectrum Achromatic; Looking at the characters of the series I can image many that are independent but some of them are dead in season 3 and the Governor seems to be most likely to be Independent and Serial Killer considering. The thing is that if the Governor is the Serial Killer then he would probably want to kill Michonne who I suppose is allied with Town and should have something like a vig kill considering her fighting skills and weapon of choice in the series. So, the Serial Killers winning conditions are a threat to Town but as we can see from Beck's death post Mafia needs all threats eliminated which includes Independent. (I suppose.) That means that the Serial Killers kill might be directed also to Mafia. In which case I wouldn't consider the existence of a Converter to be very unlikely. Also in the series everyone is infected and no matter how you die you turn into a Walker. Of course this Mafia would be broken if that was the case, but still I find it unlikely that CF and Claire didn't include a converted at all...
However at the beginning of the series they don't know about the death thing. They believe that anyone who is bitten or scratched changes, and even then a bite or scratch spreads the infection faster if not isolated quickly enough. In Season 3 Hershel's leg is cut off after being bitten. This saves his life. We should not rule out a converter in the walking dead. Governor may not even be a serial killer. He could just be a vig trying to kill Micchionne and the mafia see him as a threat because he has a vig kill or two. Also the last part that implies him as a vig could just be FT.
No doubt the governor is anti-town. I never believed him to be town from the beginning. I just don't like the idea of ruling a converter out.