Originally Posted by Chelsea
Originally Posted by Ampharos
Originally Posted by supa2
For me personally if someone is voting me I assume they are either feeling me or out or they're plotting my demise, and depending on what is said I figure it out after
Just thought it was strange that before Dunn could even continue you were just like 'yep dunn's town'
i think in general the ways that villagers and wolves form earlygame reads, especially earlygame wolfreads, are pretty distinct from each other
and i think i'm fairly decent at telling the two apart
A naive and cocky opinion. But one town is more likely to make than a sheepish wolf. I suppose you are worthy to survive day 1 for the time being.
No it's clear what it going on here and this will unmistakably be considered pestilential by some of my peers. Nonetheless, it must be stated that Ampharos has taken it upon herself to keep us hypnotized so we don't deliver new information about her closed-minded, iracund play. Without going into all the gory details, let's just say that she wants to produce an army of mindless insects who will obey her every command. To produce such an army, Ampharos plans to destroy people's minds using either deflection or an advanced form of hypnosis. Whichever approach she takes, she keeps repeating over and over again that she has the experience, ideas, leadership, and integrity to lead us to victory. This verbigeration is symptomatic of an excessive love of fainéantism and indicates to me that someone once told me that Ampharos's modus operandi represents a bastion of hostility toward many people's posting style, play, and opinions. Well, that's true. It's correct. It's how things really are. It would be helpful, however, to add that if you hear Ampharos spouting off about how the average poster can't see through her chicanery, you should tell her that there is no aspect of her malicious, batty beliefs (as I would certainly not call them logically reasoned arguments) that one could reasonably call a redeeming feature. Better yet, tell her to stop getting her opinions from aberrant wonks and start doing some research of her own.