Decided to try to fire this as a micro, seemed to be some interest on discord. Here are the rules:
Mountainous Arson is a game for 9 players (7/2)
There are no power roles
In lieu of a factional night kill the Mafia have a factional arson ability, which works as follows:
Each night, the Mafia team selects a player to mark (nothing happens at the time you are marked, you are not informed you are marked)
Twice per game, the Mafia team can ignite all marked players, killing them simultaneously
Phases will be 120/48 (5 day Days and 2 day Nights) and we'll fire on a weekday so you get at least one weekend in each phase
Majority elimination only
Flavor tbd but probably simple
My standard hosting rules apply but I'm posting from mobile atm; if you'd like specifics they're posted in the Matter Mafia thread
If you have the itch but would like to suggest a different micro set up, feel free
(Small update on the move, I've been in contact with admins at MU but they're pretty busy with hydra season atm; things will probably ease up for them around January but in the meantime Askthepizzaguy has been putting together a satellite community discord server. If you'd like to be part of that you'll need to DM him on discord for the info. Thanks for your patience!)
KoolKoal: Feel free to take this with a grain of salt since self meta isn't particularly helpful, but I think I get scumread mostly for style over substance, but also for a certain lack of substance over style. It's not so much what I AM posting most of the time (though sometimes that can seem bad) but what I'm NOT posting. I've been told I come to non-obvious conclusions a lot, so when I post, quite a bit of the time there's jumps in logic that people can't follow and they think that's scummy. I get that accusation about a lot of questions I ask specifically. People call them "busy work" when the questions are legit etc.
As far as things to ignore, I can't think of anything. I would suggest you focus less on what I'm doing and more on how I'm doing it. That's probably more likely to be accurate. Like I've just said, what I do tends to come off a little weird, but if you look for how I do it, mindset comes into play and maybe you figure out something useful.