Just kidding, I actually disagree (to an extent). In the context of how this game was going, taking our time to hear Grape or me would not have made much of a difference, other than causing pointless and boring lulls.
The entire point of the Day phase is to debate. Argue why you think it's better to flush Player A than Player B. Agree with Player C and disagree with Player D. This keeps town invested and forces scum to take stances.
But what if the town hubristicly decides they will win by randoflushing in the POE and there is no need to debate? Then there's no need to take it slow either. You are only going to miss some memes.
This game's result was the logical conclusion of that town hubris, and of a fantastic display of effective distancing by the scum team Day 1.
So congratulations scum, especially Jack for a tight performance, and boo town, except Eco and Axel you guys did ok.
I personally have the opposite issue, in spite of what it may seem. I have no certainty about anything, I can see anyone as either town or scum, so I pick arbitrary criteria that I think make sense to try and sort players. Then I go all in gambling on them. Sometimes it works relatively well, and sometimes like here I am the worst analyst of all times.Quote from Killjoy »It takes a while to get out of the mindset of "this is the way things are, we don't need to examine further." when you're sure. Eventually you see that the thing you were sure of was wrong more often than not.
This is why I don't want to be alive in FloF (unless I'm town-cleared or whatever), I don't have the WIM to struggle.Quote from Rhand »I feel for ZDS. He’s becoming a popular final mislynch