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Mashiara Sedai

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  1. So, Dice, what's your excuse of this lack of activity? But, then like I pointed out before, Tamerya and Ironeyes have been MIA lately too. Also, Kat hasn't shown up to defend herself in quite awhile.
  2. So now suddenly the case he himself made against Razen is weak? Major FoS. Here's what I think is happening. Katiora and Basel are both scum. They're taking different positions: Katiora subscribes to the newbie scum team theory while Basel argues against it. Notice how both of them voted for Razen though, who as we know flipped town. Now, when it looks like Katiora is the next one to go, notice how he jumps on her for voting for Razen, trying to distance himself when she flips scum. And that's it for now, folks! I think I will vote in the morning. It'll be either Katiora or Basel. The whole "Razen's case is weak" thing threw me off too. But Basel explained it to my satisfaction. He's obviously an experienced player and has tried to help out town, it seems to me. Looking up all the terms on the wiki is fine, but sometimes it's helpful to get it in real words and real examples. I don't think giving out that sort of info is scummy. Basel also makes a good point about Kat defending Razen then voting him. That is a pretty big reversal.
  3. I have no idea who's lying! That's what we're trying to figure out. And it seemed really odd to me for Mish to keep bringing up my voting for Niel, when I explained my reasoning multiple times. Every time we've had a lynch, I've been forced to change my vote at the last minute to avoid it going random. That just doesn't seem right. I didn't have very strong grounds for voting Razen, but did so for the sake of the game. In regards to Mish, it is really suspicious to start dropping role hints when you're in trouble. I said in an earlier post that any scum member would do that too, so it doesn't help her case. Why bring it up at all since it only adds more suspicion? And it really was my smart phone. The stupid code doesn't work sometimes.
  4. The apologizing to Razen is suspicious here. But I think she explained it thoroughly. She seems to be agreeing with people mostly, not forming grounded conclusions on her own. I won't count confusion over roles against her, because I get confused about them too. Also, the mafiawiki I've looked at seems to imply it's up to the mods which powers the roles have. So they can pretty much pick and choose which special powers everyone gets and it doesn't need to conform to anything.
  5. Dice's inactivity stands out to me. But when exactly did he replace Aiel Heart? He had probably 25+ pages to read through before making any sort of judgement call.
  6. 100% Perrin for me too. *lol* 90% Lan 80% Min ... 0% Padan Fain. That's a good thing. :)
  7. Wait, what? You were the one who started to vote for Razen, and you were the one who came up with the case in the first place. Basel, you did vote for Razen first. Followed by Mish. Then a rather flippant reasoning by Kat. I think it's the not having good reasons that stands out here. Also, the whole is what stands out to me. If you aren't looking closely at what everyone is saying, then you aren't looking for scum.
  8. So why have only you three been safe at night? I think the suspicion lies in that, not the other way round. I'll believe that Nyanna was protected by the doc, but Marsh and Tamerya, as important town members, wouldn't they have been targets at night? On top of that, they haven't said much and seem to by lying low (well, Tam's said a little bit, but we haven't heard from Marsh since the 9th. They aren't taking a very active role in the hunt, considering they are among the few who we believe to be town. If they're masons, and are supposed to help us, why aren't they helping? I think we all realize it's just a game. No hard feelings, right everyone? :)
  9. Okay, this isn't the first time Nyanna's called me suspicious. Why haven't you said something before? And I have clearly explained my reasoning for everything. So, I'm not going to buy this "gut feeling." Snape was our roleblocker. Wouldn't the mafia have one too?
  10. Apply this to everything everyone has claimed. That's the place I'm in right now. Still curious to how you all of a sudden are so very spectical to what everyone has claimed... You only came with that after I revealed my role (wich, as you might have noticed, no-ones spoken out against so far). Everyone who has made a claim so far, haven't had any counterclaims, and those that have been proven by kills, has been proved correct. I'm very interested in hearing your reasoning behind this. There have been several post of people getting bad vibes from others who have claimed roles. And I've said before, that first day contained confession overload. I was doubtful of many other people who revealed their roles, not just you. You can go back and check. I had a real problem with Nyanna at first because she seemed to purposefully act scummy that first day, then the sudden reveal that she's the cop. But she's come back with some readings on people--whether true or false, though, I'm not sure. Then Ironeyes claims mason and says Tamerya is a mason too. First off, Tamerya didn't say she was mason until after Ironeyes called her out. Why would someone in the town out another townie? It only opens them up to retaliation from the mafia during the night. That's really suspicious. With Ishy, he only caught my radar once, I believe. And, there was the issue of him claiming Snape. But, at the same time, WoT13 was claiming Hermione. WoT's actions were more suspicious to me, so I focused on her, rather than Ishy. And lots of others were curious about how WoT was nearly lynched twice but escaped both times. And I think I brought up an excellent point in asking why she didn't reveal the first day if she was so close to being lynched. Her response was "I didn't know I could" or something like that. Compared to Ishy, that's way more suspicious. So, when everyone's claims have only been met with suspicion, I wonder why anyone would continue to claim, knowing we are all going to look at it sideways. That's totally WIFOM tactics, which was so iffy with Nyanna as well. Of course the scum will respond with "You won't want to get rid of me" if they get under attack, so how can it help your case to say it?
  11. The cop can get wrong information? Yeah. There are godfathers and millers, which view opposite of their real alignment. They aren't always in a game. There are also redirecting roles which can cause night actions targeted at one person to hit another, and if that were the case, the cop would typically not be told the result they got is for a totally different person. yeah what he said! lol... and that's the reason i no longer play mynd games (haha at the play on words lol) Okay, this info has really freaked me out since it was revealed. First off, I'm inclined to believe that Nyanna really is the cop. I also believe her claim of being Sirius Black. But, that's what leads me to be very concerned about her cop-ing abilities. We all know: (Book 3 spoilers) So, maybe that's what "basic game with a twist" means. The cop's information is incorrect. If that were true, Nyanna's reading of Sunrise/Ironeyes would be false. Then Ironeyes's claim as mason could be him taking advantage of a mistake. Then including Tamerya--a scummate?--to act like the town masons. Those three are the only ones who avoid any sort of suspicion based on their claims. I mean, what are the chances that we haven't got a single person revealed as scum yet? Also, I'm thinking that Dice 1.0 was scum too. It just doesn't seem possible for them all to keep hidden. I'm not accusing anyone yet, but I think we should take a look at this.
  12. Apply this to everything everyone has claimed. That's the place I'm in right now.
  13. How sure was Lews Therin that he would be reborn as the next Age's Hero? It seems all the inhabitants of the world realize time is circular, but I don't think Lews Therin would assume his soul would be reborn and save humanity. Ishamael insisted it was always he and the Dragon fighting, but even the other Forsaken didn't listen to his philosophical ideas. I bet Lews Therin assumed, when he was reborn again, that he'd be just a regular person, normal and not destined for anything great. That may be one of the reasons Rand has so much trouble reconciling with his past memories. As far as the seals go, I think Lews Therin knew it would be harder to get the alignment right without saidar too, but he was so set on saving the world, he went ahead anyway. There could be no way to anticipate the backlash of the taint. He went in with the mindset of winning and just failed horribly.
  14. Grrr. With DL looming, I'm going to work and won't gave another chance to check in. I really don't like this, but since Razen has the most votes... vote Razen[/color=red]
  15. That doesn't change the fact that he was acting weird and inconsistent. The whole point is to look for these types of things, right?
  16. Also, I've got a sudden distrust for anyone who claims to be anything now. Role hinting now? Don't take it personally, all newbies need a little of this to get them started learning the rules. I got attacked up and down by Mynd my first game. It made me a better player. That puts Mish on the top of my list.
  17. Thin reasons? How so? I think I found at least three really significant things that screamed scum. Maybe he was a new player, too. But most everybody though Niel was suspicious. How was this about Razen? I was just pointing out that my suspicions of Niel were well grounded, not thin.
  18. Wasn't Arez replaced after the first 24 hours of playing? If he had continued to not be active, then maybe. But Niel was constantly not paying attention. He missed Basel's post about not having finished the books, he said he would rather just read a summary instead of going through everyone's posts, he said he was voting for me because he was lazy, and his posts never seemed to have any real meat to them. He didn't have any real interest in finding out who the scum are. In a game where that's the main point, that's really, really suspicious. You may have been quiet, a lot of people have, but you still had points to make. There's a big difference between paying attention and being quiet and not paying attention and being quiet.
  19. Thin reasons? How so? I think I found at least three really significant things that screamed scum. Maybe he was a new player, too. But most everybody though Niel was suspicious.
  20. Very interesting, Aielyn! I like that theory. I think it makes sense, from the knowledge we have in the books. As for Aginor getting young, here's an interview that answers that. "I asked him about Aginor getting younger at the end of The Eye of the World, and he said 'no, he doesn't get younger, he dies'. So I actually looked up the reference and read it to him. He said 'oh, that,' and then went on to explain that it is actually the True Power, not the saidin from the Eye, that rejuvenates him. He did describe the saidin in the Eye as a 'mother-lode', however, I didn't think to ask him what he meant by that until I was in the car going home. I instead asked him whether the True Power was the source of the Forsaken's immortality. He said: yes."
  21. Gah, this should be: Mashiara - Another one who never stopped doubting WoT13's claim and even voted her after her reveal. Also, NO words/thoughts/other reaction after Ishy revealed, Mashi just hammered him. She's right at the top of my list right now. I'm not the only one who doubted WoT's claim. Also... Even though you argue against it: First was Sunrise/Ironeyes, who claimed mason, then outed Tamerya as mason too. Next came Nyanna, the cop. Then came Ishy as Snape. Finally, WoT said she was Hermione. That was a confession overload. I agree with Katiora that someone was lying. As I said previous, I didn't have real doubts about Ishy. He could have been scum, and maybe not. WoT's actions and her claim was what stood out to me. It could have been very easy for someone who is scum to claim someone most assume would be important, then wait for the counter argue "You can't be __, I'm __!" and NK that person. I don't think that's thinking outside the box at all. As for Ishy, what kind of reaction am I supposed to have? There was only a little doubt whether Snape would be considered town or mafia, but that could have gone either way, and I wasn't going to base my claim on something so weak, knowing you guys would jump down my throat if I didn't have a good explination.
  22. I'm going to agree with Gwenifer; Rand is pretty crazy. Whether it be from the pressure forced on him or his touching the taint on saidin, I'm not sure. But I do feel he was out of his mind in the last few books. Remember when he lashed out at Tam, his own father? That's crazy. Paranoia is a form of mental illness too, so... Since we know certain Heroes are "bound" to the Horn for their acts of bravery and courage, I don't think any Darkheroes could exist. Typically, Darkfriends aren't very courageous.
  23. The prophesies, according to Vandene, have no link between the Horn and the Dragon. She says, "Except for the fact that the Horn must be found before Tarmon Gai'don and that the Dragon Reborn is supposed to fight the Last Battle, there is no link between them at all" (The Great Hunt, Chapter 22, "Watchers") It never says Rand is supposed to be the one to sound it, Moiraine only thinks he will be. And, as I pointed out, Moiraine is often wrong. :) The veins of gold in "Veins of Gold" is, in my opinion, a reference to the feeling of love received through the bond. When Elayne, Min, and Aviendha first bond Rand, Aviendha says, "The veins of gold. Oh, the veins of gold. You do love me, Rand" (Winter's Heart, Chapter 12, "A Lily in Winter"). Rand realizing he had a second chance, that he had love throughout the countless ages, is what brings him back to sanity. That's what I thought the chapter title referred to.
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