OK let's just pretend that everyone left is dumb enough to believe Bleach.
I've gotten 1 vote (thanks rlode) all game without drawing much suspicion and there is a reason for that. I've been very consistent and helped root out the mafia. I didn't hide for almost 24 hours and then make a weak argument about my voting patterns. Even Mookie, the town investigator, said that I was the person that he had the most faith in to be a townie besides rlode whom he knew for a fact was a townie (also note that Bleach shifted the focus on him and succeeded on Day 3).
I've been suspicious of Bleach since Day 1 and so have others. He posted a lot in the beginning, pushing to change the rule to 3 votes to kill on first night. All it takes is for 3 mafia members to vote in unison and we lose a townie that day. This was obviously a rookie mistake as most people immediately took notice. Then what does he do? He disappears and keeps low because he knows that people are on to him until Day 4 as soon as I accuse him. He never voted until the last day! Look at his posts and his posting pattern. Most importantly, look at the timing of Jason's Day 3 post and his Day 4 announcement that Mookie was dead: all of 4 minutes. Unfortunately for him, I saw him lurking around that time with SJNez, who obviously wasn't mafia.
Sorry Bleach but this lady says hello:
"Think of how stupid the average person is, and realize half of them are stupider than that." ~George Carlin
bleach168 wrote:Thta's 3 votes. I want to say some things, but going to wait for confirmation from J.
Confirmation on what? Day 1 required 6 votes, Day 2 = 5, 3 = 4, 4 = 3. You are dead. The mafia is dead. Townies win.
On day one, we had 11 people so 6 was the majority.
Thanks to the doctor's handy work, we had an even number of players the rest of the way and I'm not sure it was right to lynch people without a majority. Didn't matter on day two though as Teddy was a clearly dead.
"And so he spoke, and so he spoke, that lord of Castamere. But now the rains weep o'er his hall, with no one there to hear." - The Rains of Castamere