It might be a bit too easy if she were XD But even if she is Godfather, hopefully some drama will go down before she's just axed off by day's end. Wouldn't be much of a story without a climax, right?
((also, because I was too late to reply to people in mid-conversation... ♥ Azzie- Thanks! Drew it myself *draws up shirt with blue-collar pride* Liou- AHH that gif! you know me so well :')
Also also, quick question after reading previous threads in this here Graveyard and learning the true scope of the Town alliance, but could someone explain the proper ways to strategize in these games? I sort flopped around on my own accord up to the day I died, so in case I play a game like this again, and out of pure curiosity, why not make this a learning experience? :3))
That's a thought...but I want to wait and see what Elcie has to say before that judgement call is made.
EDIT: Twillie, I played this game with caution and care. Make alliances you are only 100% certain of (I got lucky to be jailed by Kristy when I did) and make the most of them. But it always depends on what role you have.
Last Edit: Feb 4, 2015 20:39:31 GMT -5 by Celestial
Yeah, playing the game really depends on your role and just how you want to play things.
I tend to stay away from people at first, then usually chat with anyone who chats with me. I'm pretty open about stuff too XD If I have a idea on things, I say them privately at first if I trust you enough. Then when I say it out loud... I die! XD No, but really, I try not to say things out loud much, since it usually goes against my character.
This is probably the first game I've played where there was some sort of super alliance where there was a actual leader who was bossing people around.......... Normally it's a bit more free, unless I'm not part of the alliances that are like that in the past?
Oh oh oh I had such an easy time forming connections in this game! It started right after the first round; all the freshly-dead players just flocked to me one after another, imagine that! I guess I must have attracted them somehow.