Post by Son Anheuser on Aug 12, 2011 11:50:45 GMT -8
So Brad, Steve, Erik voted for Dan along with Annie and Amer
Gotta figure that somewhere in that lies a witch or two who went with the easy vote for someone they knew was a non-witch. They have all voted 3 times for a non-witch. Only Amer and Annie have actually voted for a witch, but then they voted non-witch 3 times. Amer also had the campaign against Tulley (H)
But then you get Brad who didn't vote twice, does this mean he is less likely to be a witch or just a lazy witch?
Steve and Erik also fail to vote the first week then vote nonwitches 3 times.
Is it more likely that one of Steve, Erik or Brad is a lazy witch or that Amer or Annie might be a witch who gave up one of their own to get in with the humans?
Amer - Mike (W), Judy(H), Jonathon (H), Dan (V) Annie - Mike (W), Judy(H), Jonathon(H), Dan (V) Brad - Himself, Himself, Paula(H), Dan (V) Steve - Himself, Dan(V), Paula(H), Dan(V) Erik - Himself, Dan(V), Paula (H), Dan(V)
Post by Annie McClarabow on Aug 12, 2011 12:11:37 GMT -8
Very likely that there is a witch amongst those that voted for Dan. We need to be really careful and examine what evidence we have closely so as to avoid the possibility of killing a human. We cannot afford to lose a human at this juncture.
Post by Tulley Kennedy on Aug 12, 2011 15:41:08 GMT -8
That's weird, shouldn't it be if the witch population exceeds the human population? Since the premise of that rule is once they exceed the humans they just systematically vote out a human each week. What are the tiebreaker rules for a vote?