Unagi wrote:LordMortis wrote:If we're going to deny grund's advice then we kill grund. If we want to see how it goes then we leave them both alone.
Lynching trig is madness.
I agree, and it's a little odd that Remus thinks otherwise (or as he said, that he thinks he has a better chance with that lynch...)
I did not think anyone would be interested in lynching a Seer claimant in spite of it being a pretty obvious lie. I figured that getting either of them lynched would get the job done and with triggercut slipping up and proclaiming himself it seemed pretty obvious to me that he would be the more likely one to get the fence sitters to agree on. I just want one of them lynched. I don't care which because lynching one of them will lead to lynching the other.
Let me put it to you this way.
triggercut comes up Evil we know Grund is Evil.
triggercut comes up Good it has no bearing on Grund but removes the taint of "the slip" from tying them together.
Grund comes up Evil it has no bearing on triggercut - it is still triggercut's slip that condemns him as a fake Seer often names a player who is actually good as their scan.
Grund comes up Good it proves triggercut is Good but costs us the Seer and over night probably costs us his only scan.
So where is the benefit of lynching Grund versus lynching triggercut again? Evil Grund tells us nothing regarding triggercut and we are left tomorrow with those who still argue that triggercut's "slip" was not a true slip. Personally I like the triggercut comes up Evil and I don't have to spend 30 some odd posts convincing the rest of you that we need to lynch Grundbegriff. Then I can spend those 30 odd posts in tribute to my own genius. Cause we all know I'm going to make those posts one way or the other if I don't get killed.