grt this is what a cop does
OP wrote:As a cop, you are able to correctly identify the target's alignment (does not show role). At night, you are able to PM the hosts for a check on anyone and you will receive your results on the next day. You win when all threats to town are eliminated.
So i.e. During N1, Shady Jim would of PM'd the mod with the name James, and at the dawn of D2 he [Jim] would receive a PM from the mod informing of whether James was town or mafia.
Dakky, bandwaggoning, is not a good thing to do, I am not saying you can't join a case with votes on already, but you need to provide your own thoughts and insights into why you think X is scum.
Before I begin this paragraph, let me just say, if you are a power role, DO NOT STEP FORWARD.
Well, I expected mafia to kill James, but I didn't expect him to flip VT, I was expecting doc. That leaves us in a interesting situation, because no doc stepped forward to counter-claim James, I believe we have no doc. I also believe we have no jailkeeper, because with cop dead, and jailkeeper having the protect ability, wouldn't a jailkeeper protect the outed power role? Anyway they are my thoughts on what remains of the setup.
Now onto, DJFireside. Grt votes with this reason attached
grt wrote:Based on the fact Djfireside continued to put pressure on removing James and we now know he was one of the good guys I am thinking he is mafia.
I don't think DJ put pressure on to remove James. DJ was looking for a claim, which is initially what you want and then you question if the claim is legitimate or not and then decide to lynch (or at least that's how it normally goes). DJ unvoted after James came out as doc (which he wasn't), and so did everyone else except Dakky who didn't believe the claim, which struck me as suspicious, (but hindsight shows he was right), but by him keep his voting on James - Dakky is the one who put the most pressure on "removing" James.
By my count with 8 alive it takes 5 to lynch, so with 3 votes DJ is @ L-2, claim time.
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