From my observations, some mafioso attach themselves to a town leader early on to establish credibility with the town. By appearing to scum hunt with the town leader, they push attention from themselves for the rest of the game unless they make a major slip-up.Hitomi;: You said that it's probable that at least one other mafioso attached themselves to me during my argument with PB. Why do you think this is likely, and from the people who posted during that period (Paperhorse, Mijz, Zenax, Buoy, and Akuraito) do you think is more likely to be scum?
As for the second question, Zenax was lynched and Mijz was solely responsible for it, as he continuously mentions; however, I frown on Mijz's methodology. I am never in favor of voting inactives just because they're inactive. Most people have a reason for inactivity; school/work/unanticipated stress are all valid reasons that people suddenly become inactive. Also, I don't agree with the notion that someone is probably scum just because they disagree with someone attempting to be the town leader.
I'm sorry Mijz, but this is very arrogant of you. Buoy brought up a good point, that you didn't lynch Zenax because of your awesome analytical skills or what have you; you picked someone who hasn't posted much and lynched them at the last minute. That's not good playing. That's good guesswork.None of this changes the fact that I'm awesome and lynched a mafioso singlehandedly, and are therefore most likely innocent.