[iup=3553058]Hyperion[/iup] wrote:[iup=3553051]Dan.[/iup] wrote:[iup=3553046]Hyperion[/iup] wrote:[iup=3553037]Dan.[/iup] wrote:Hyperion, I don't understand. Are you telling us that your "I've given the key to one of these people" was actually your "these are my suspects" list? Because that sounds rather revisionist, based on everything else that you posted during the game.
Yes, I thought you'd all ignore any suspects list straight away so I thought I'd try something else. I had a number of people I was suspicious of and so put that list up as keyholders. I hoped the vampires would take the bait and kill some off leading to suspicion falling on the people who were left alive.
This of course depended on the vampires killing off people on the list (They didn't), there not being a keyholder in the list (there wasn't) and the humans following up on the list (they didn't).
Ultimatley it didn't happen but I'm pleased with the results on my suspicions.
My key was given to George Angel so the vampires wouldn't get it if they went after the list.
But this doesn't make any sense. I might be missing something, but how does that work as bait? Why would the vampires start killing people on that list just because you'd posted the list?
To get the key I said I'd put in there
So you thought the vampires would take your word as gospel and kill every name on that list that wasn't a vampire - so as to gain one key - and in the process unknowingly leaving us with a handy list of confirmed vampires?
Did you really think that was likely to happen?
I was going to say something about your 'dig' at Tomous but he's quite adequately spoken for himself.