Yesterday, 12:18 PM
TK and Roro scumming had to be delightful. I slightly regret being busy elsewhere.
Dya vs. Silverkeith for finals tbh.
Yesterday, 01:03 PM
Professional Mod Pesterer
Despite reassurances from @Ash Lael I believe there is a dangerous situation that must be brought to everyone's attention.
In qualifier five Modbot clearly demonstrated his worthiness, and should have advanced. I believe that the embittered Modbot has now been enlisted by Skynet, and is disrupting the tournament by doing false flips. Carlos, in my estimation, was clearly a wolf here. Ash tried to convince me differently, but I refused his arguments. It is possible that with his computerlike mind he too has joined forces with Skynet and has revealed access to too much information. Be careful. Do not rely on Modbot. And do not bet against Ash.
Yesterday, 02:26 PM
So, I was scrolling through this thread and reading the aftermath. I expected to maybe see a few mediocre comments, pointless thoughts, and other filler. Instead, I stumbled upon a glorious piece of writing. The first sign was the username: GeneralHankerchief. I knew him as a great writer, but even I did not expect to find such a work of art. The second indication was the formatting. A neat arrangement of six stanzas, with eight lines in each. This was clearly not any ordinary piece of writing. Finally, having absorbed the beauty of the structure, I began reading. The rhyme structure was complex and deep. The theming was delightful. The humor was impeccable. It was even better than I ever could have imagined.
Originally Posted by GeneralHankerchief
As I read on, the threads interwove. A compelling story appeared, with all the elements of a tale that would go down in history. Humor, tragedy, and beauty were etched deep into the poem. This was not the mere result of some lost bet, it was a work that came from the soul. A work that showed his true feelings. A work that literary greats would dream of making. It became evident to me that GeneralHankerchief had chosen to lose this bet. The reward of writing this poem was so sweet that he forced himself to make the worst bet possible, just so he would have the excuse to write his masterpiece.
Yesterday, 06:12 PM
Wants It More
Can we talk about how every member of scum was a trap? They're exactly the kind of players you keep wanting to yeet, but feel like your just equating playstyle to scumminess.
This is why sometimes, you just vote for the trap early.
Today, 09:24 AM
psycho, your misyeet hurt me so much, because i misyeeted you in a very similar way before
in general this game hurt me a lot, because town was trying hard across the board but just kept going after fellow villagers
gg wolves but i sympathize with the village