stessier wrote: ↑Tue Sep 19, 2023 4:28 pm
The wolves weren't trying to eat the humans - the wolves only win condition was to eat you (well, all the Cyborgs but well....you know). So siding with them was you losing. Siding with the humans, even if it meant a time line reversal, guaranteed your sworn enemy lost. That's the same half win you were asking from the humans.
The wolves only had to kill the cyborg hunters because they were the only thing keeping them from massacring humans.
Siding with the wolves, kept the portal-thingy all locked down, and THAT was a shared goal between the wolves and the cyborg hunters.
In a normal game, I (obviously) would agree with you - but this game had a lot of ways to lose and some teams had 2 ways to "win". The only reason for the humans to help kill the last wolf here will be if they are not in a position to just keep looking to unlock the time-portal.
I sincerely didn't understand why they wouldn't be Okay with their optional win condition.
I do see your point though, and I'm sorry if I was indeed being just a punk about the game - it wasn't my intention to be bratty, just to get my way.
I looked at it a bit like a normal WW game (where I was the human role) but with a side-faction of aliens that wanted to blow up the entire planet as their victory condition. That
was worse than a loss to the WW - which was just our village.
And, what do you think Scoop was thinking when he wrote:
Alliances will be forged, betrayals executed
Was it just The Humans
that could forge alliances and execute betrayals?