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Offline Verasaille

Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #175 on: June 10, 2016, 12:52:44 AM »
Don't get me wrong, please!! Let me make it clear: We should not judge people or vote them off just because they cannot post often. I am saying if they cannot, then they should say so . That takes the pressure off them and allows all of us to give them the slack they need.

I do not want to hurt anyone's feelings. That is not my intent. I just want to be fair. Is it fair to make everyone wait and wonder if you are even paying attention to the game? If you make it clear that your posting rate will be slow then we have no reason to look at you and wonder.

It's called communication. I am more than willing to give people a week to post if that is all they can do. I just want to know that. What is so wrong with wanting to know? I may be blunt about it, and I know I sometimes lack in tact. Text has a way of being taken harshly by people because they do not have the ability to see facial expressions and body language.

I mean no disrespect for anyone. I am ready to drop out of the game and not play anymore if I am being disruptive. I apologise.

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Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #176 on: June 10, 2016, 01:19:20 AM »
Don't get me wrong, please!! Let me make it clear: We should not judge people or vote them off just because they cannot post often. I am saying if they cannot, then they should say so . That takes the pressure off them and allows all of us to give them the slack they need.

I do not want to hurt anyone's feelings. That is not my intent. I just want to be fair. Is it fair to make everyone wait and wonder if you are even paying attention to the game? If you make it clear that your posting rate will be slow then we have no reason to look at you and wonder.

It's called communication. I am more than willing to give people a week to post if that is all they can do. I just want to know that. What is so wrong with wanting to know? I may be blunt about it, and I know I sometimes lack in tact. Text has a way of being taken harshly by people because they do not have the ability to see facial expressions and body language.

I mean no disrespect for anyone. I am ready to drop out of the game and not play anymore if I am being disruptive. I apologise.

It is only a discussion darling. Please do not think for a moment I am angry. You are more than welcome to your input and opinion and I will be the first to agree that communication is GOLD in an RP setting. I just worry that many will be discouraged by the consensus..not just by you! That their lack of constant posting is going to create their demise in game. You have been nothing but polite and respectful, love. I hope I did not come across negatively on my end. It is the debate that I am after...and as zi said you were quoted but others were inteded to see my input as well.  I shod have quoted everyone...but this cold has me all crappy and i am sorry for that. You do not need to leave the game. As far as I can tell this is all friendly debate and no one seems angry or upset least of all myself. *offers hugs*

Offline Intimate Ink

Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #177 on: June 10, 2016, 02:00:41 AM »
I just want to point out here that there are some issues starting to get clumped together that I don't think necessarily should be. 

I have no intention of stating my perspective on each of them, because it will alienate someone regardless of what I say, and I don't like that.

Regardless. as I say, two issues:

1) Being quiet is a legitimate tactic in Mafia/Werewolf, so there should be a way to discuss and test that possibility/hypothesis

and

2) The other sentiment  about non-activity that has been expressed, that I'm not comfortable repeating out of fear of misrepresenting the views of those who express it.

These are separate issues.  Guy has already explicitly stated his stance on #2, and I see no reason why to explore it further.  #1 is more murky.

In case someone doesn't see the practical difference:  I see an important practical difference between them.  #2 is about saying a person is not posting enough and should be removed from the game.  We have the black-and-white rules there: 48 - 72 hours for a post.; #1 is about whether we can state and vote on the theory that someone may be a wolf because they are being quiet.

Rules can be interpreted a number of ways; there are entire branches of governments designed to interpret them. 

I personally just need to hear from our GM about how he interprets point #1 in regards to the rules.  I generally play, and have seen Werewolf played on Elliquiy, where things like voting records, player's quiet vs. vocality on issues, and statements affirming innocence and guilt are all fair game.  I would not usually attack someone for the way their character smells on the boards because, as I TYPICALLY interpret it, the reason each day period exists is for people to discuss theories (Examples:  X has been quiet, Y voted for Z, B turned out guilty so since they were vocally working together... perhaps C is guilty too?  I really don't like the theory that M posited, especially since it implicated N, whom I feel is innocent this game... etc. etc.)  Attacking for someone how they smell, in contrast, doesn't really let anyone know what I was thinking in my reasoning.

I generally don't see that as 'meta-gaming'.  I see deductive reasoning as being a trademark of Mafia... at least how some people interpret it.  Meta-gaming and using OOC information to me would be more like 'I demand to know why you were gone or I wont' believe you!' or "I always lose to her so I need to kill her" or 'I don't like him as a player so I'm voting him off'.  Through a definition posited here, meta-gaming has been defined as something much, much broader.

Is one definition 'wrong' and one way 'right'? No.  Of course not, but those are very different games, and we all need to make sure we are playing the same game here or we are going to accidentally offend each other.

Honestly, at this point, I just want an official ruling from ThatRPGuy, since he is running the game.  That way, I can get back to either A) playing how I have been playing, or b) I can stop pulling quotes and talking about theories, and instead roleplay out the game via rolling dice to fairly pick a random name and then talk about my suspicion of bakers that shorted me on my cookie order and dentist's that pulled my character's wisdom teeth without Novocaine.  Oh, and start hitting on the sexy straight pirate; somehow, I have managed to avoid that this game.



Offline ThatRPGuyTopic starter

Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #178 on: June 10, 2016, 02:39:46 AM »
I just want to point out here that there are some issues starting to get clumped together that I don't think necessarily should be. 

I have no intention of stating my perspective on each of them, because it will alienate someone regardless of what I say, and I don't like that.

Regardless. as I say, two issues:

1) Being quiet is a legitimate tactic in Mafia/Werewolf, so there should be a way to discuss and test that possibility/hypothesis

and

2) The other sentiment  about non-activity that has been expressed, that I'm not comfortable repeating out of fear of misrepresenting the views of those who express it.

These are separate issues.  Guy has already explicitly stated his stance on #2, and I see no reason why to explore it further.  #1 is more murky.

In case someone doesn't see the practical difference:  I see an important practical difference between them.  #2 is about saying a person is not posting enough and should be removed from the game.  We have the black-and-white rules there: 48 - 72 hours for a post.; #1 is about whether we can state and vote on the theory that someone may be a wolf because they are being quiet.

Rules can be interpreted a number of ways; there are entire branches of governments designed to interpret them. 

I personally just need to hear from our GM about how he interprets point #1 in regards to the rules.  I generally play, and have seen Werewolf played on Elliquiy, where things like voting records, player's quiet vs. vocality on issues, and statements affirming innocence and guilt are all fair game.  I would not usually attack someone for the way their character smells on the boards because, as I TYPICALLY interpret it, the reason each day period exists is for people to discuss theories (Examples:  X has been quiet, Y voted for Z, B turned out guilty so since they were vocally working together... perhaps C is guilty too?  I really don't like the theory that M posited, especially since it implicated N, whom I feel is innocent this game... etc. etc.)  Attacking for someone how they smell, in contrast, doesn't really let anyone know what I was thinking in my reasoning.

I generally don't see that as 'meta-gaming'.  I see deductive reasoning as being a trademark of Mafia... at least how some people interpret it.  Meta-gaming and using OOC information to me would be more like 'I demand to know why you were gone or I wont' believe you!' or "I always lose to her so I need to kill her" or 'I don't like him as a player so I'm voting him off'.  Through a definition posited here, meta-gaming has been defined as something much, much broader.

Is one definition 'wrong' and one way 'right'? No.  Of course not, but those are very different games, and we all need to make sure we are playing the same game here or we are going to accidentally offend each other.

Honestly, at this point, I just want an official ruling from ThatRPGuy, since he is running the game.  That way, I can get back to either A) playing how I have been playing, or b) I can stop pulling quotes and talking about theories, and instead roleplay out the game via rolling dice to fairly pick a random name and then talk about my suspicion of bakers that shorted me on my cookie order and dentist's that pulled my character's wisdom teeth without Novocaine.  Oh, and start hitting on the sexy straight pirate; somehow, I have managed to avoid that this game.



This sums it up nicely, and I appreciate someone taking the time to ask me and wait for an answer.

The discussion happening here touches one of the hardest point to balance and moderate when running a game like this online. The truth is, and many players have raised this point; there is strategy in staying silent, especially if you have a role that makes staying alive matter. It's a tough act to balance at times. On one hand, you don't want to say relatively quiet players can't be targeted or harshly reprimand those that notice their attempts to avoid scrutiny. At the same time, you also don't want players who simply don't have the lifestyle to support posting multiple times a day to be targeted for that reason either.

I've seen myself quotes twice recently, specifically these two posts;

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Metagame reasons are equally terrible! Nothing is less fun than being voted off early for a reason along the lines of "They're really good at these kinds of games. We should kill them off early in case they're a wolf.", "Well, they were the wolf last time.", "They're a very active player, so they must be evil!", or worst of all, "Let's get the veteran players first so us first timers have a chance!". Not only is this a good way to hurt your team, it hurts the game as a whole, as well as future games. A veteran player isn't likely to join new games if they're under the impression they're going to be killed the first night every round.

What I was largely getting at in this point was sentiments such as the one that one player is almost always a werewolf, and shouldn't be trusted this game, or that a different player is very clever, and therefore should be voted off first, just in case they're a wolf. That said, votes have to start somewhere, and the dice bot is not always the best solution after the first day.


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Also, please try and remember that many users of E come from not just all over the US, but the world as a whole, and the minimum activity level I ask of players is one post every 48-72 hours. Not everyone will have the exact same level of activity, and while it's acceptable to politely question them about it, a lighter posting rate is hardly irrefutable evidence of a player's guilt. Similarly, a polite response or explanation will carry more weight than an aggressive one.

I believe this sums up my feelings about Ink's first point fairly well. As he mentioned, I do have a guideline in place for activity levels and pruning. I am aware of what players haven't posted in a phase, and if necessary, I will prune as needed while hopefully managing the game balance. While it is nice to have a notice when a player may not be as active, some people have very private lives and don't wish to share as much. You do have to remember the nature of the site this game is on; many people want to keep their E and real lives separate, some to the point where even sharing it's a busy weekend at work seems like more than they would like to share.

That said, it's easy to understand why players that seem to be avoiding attention tend to attract it. I'm more than okay with asking a player why they are so quiet, so long as it's specifically directed at their E activity level. I personally feel there's a big difference between this:

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"____, you've been quiet so far. Why did you vote for no lynching?" followed by "Well, they didn't give me an answer I liked before the voting deadline, so I'm voting for ___."

And this:

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"I'm voting for ___ because they never post."

It is largely about how it's worded; I mentioned this in an earlier post, it's always good to mind the way we say things, especially in these games. It's strategically sound as well; an aggressive approach tends to draw attention to yourselves. Plus, allowing players to vote on whom they please does start discussion. When the votes began to swing for EmyKat, one player made a point;

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Picking off the 'inactives' sure is a good way to divert attention, isn't it? ::)

I didn't call anything here because this was still an in-game discussion to me, before the tone shifted to the point where I needed to step in. First and foremost, to answer your question, Ink, I personally feel as though you've played very respectfully, and wouldn't ask you to change your approach at all. As MP pointed out, most of us would eventually ask the quiet person at the table for their opinion after enough time has passed, as staying under the radar is a valid tactic.

I'm definitely not asking anybody to forego strategy and observation in favor of a die roll, certainly, just please keep a sense of civility in mind as you chose how to word your question. "I'd like to hear more from ___, as I'm suspicious of her." Will get you a lot further than "I'm tired of ___ sneaking by, let's get 'em!"

I hope all this makes sense and helps answers questions and concerns about how to move forward. It took me a while to try and get this written up in a way that properly reflects my thoughts, and I'm well past my bedtime. In short, please have fun, and vote in a way that you feel is a sound strategy, just remember that potential werewolves are people too.

Offline ThatRPGuyTopic starter

Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #179 on: June 10, 2016, 02:44:02 AM »
One last thing to mention; please remember everyone, this is a mafia game. Players are going to die. Before this game is over, most of you will. There's a good chance the game may end with 5 people or less still standing. Dying in a mafia game, or voting to lynch someone isn't something to get upset about. If anything, it's supposed to be part of the fun!

Offline Rel Mayer

Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #180 on: June 10, 2016, 08:51:54 AM »
Thanks for taking the time to clarify things guy. We appreciate it. :)

I'm personally having a great time in this game!

Offline Aiden

Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #181 on: June 10, 2016, 09:18:48 AM »
I to did not read all the things.

Offline Verasaille

Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #182 on: June 10, 2016, 11:13:28 AM »
Thank you Guy, for clarifying.

I would also like to tell Cera I am not offended, I just wanted to make sure I was not misunderstood. Hugs and all.

I want to see more players in here and the ones who cannot post often, do not worry! I am not judging you. I want you to enjoy the game, even if all you do is chime in and vote by the deadline. I know it is hard sometimes to keep up with these brilliant people who know the game so well. It can be intimidating. It was for me when I first started playing it. But the spirit of the game is make believe. No one is attacking you personally. I think that is the hardest thing to rise above. It's a game. We are pretending to be villagers beset by wolves. And everyone is going to have their own way of dealing with it.

Myself I enjoy it, even if my character dies. I am not going to melt down. (I might pretend to!!)  ;D

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Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #183 on: June 10, 2016, 12:40:20 PM »
Thanks for taking the time to clarify things guy. We appreciate it. :)

I'm personally having a great time in this game!

I couldn't agree with this more.  Thank you Guy <3

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Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #184 on: June 10, 2016, 04:53:12 PM »
Thanks for taking the time to clarify things guy. We appreciate it. :)

I'm personally having a great time in this game!

ME TOOOOO!!!

Thank you Guy, for clarifying.

I would also like to tell Cera I am not offended, I just wanted to make sure I was not misunderstood. Hugs and all.

I want to see more players in here and the ones who cannot post often, do not worry! I am not judging you. I want you to enjoy the game, even if all you do is chime in and vote by the deadline. I know it is hard sometimes to keep up with these brilliant people who know the game so well. It can be intimidating. It was for me when I first started playing it. But the spirit of the game is make believe. No one is attacking you personally. I think that is the hardest thing to rise above. It's a game. We are pretending to be villagers beset by wolves. And everyone is going to have their own way of dealing with it.

Myself I enjoy it, even if my character dies. I am not going to melt down. (I might pretend to!!)  ;D

Hugs You are really playing well! I have been looking to you a lot for strategy and such Haha, after all, YOU are a veteran to me!

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Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #185 on: June 10, 2016, 07:33:08 PM »
*Waits beyond the veil to see who will be lynched.*


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« Reply #186 on: June 11, 2016, 03:30:29 AM »
I will just leave this here...sniff.


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Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #187 on: June 11, 2016, 03:39:30 AM »
I feel awful!  :'(

*Hugs Vera*

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« Reply #188 on: June 11, 2016, 03:40:26 AM »
I'm sorry Vers.

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Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #189 on: June 11, 2016, 05:52:33 AM »
*Appears in ghost form at Vera's grave and sets down a bouquet of flowers, before turning around and vanishing into thin air. The flowers remain.*

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Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #190 on: June 11, 2016, 06:44:24 AM »
Now where will we get coffee from!?

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« Reply #191 on: June 11, 2016, 02:14:23 PM »
Sorry I missed a vote, I just started a new job ;-; so I haven't had time for my computer. My sincerest apologies.. I should be good now though *fingers crossed*

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Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #192 on: June 11, 2016, 03:12:41 PM »
Sorry I missed a vote, I just started a new job ;-; so I haven't had time for my computer. My sincerest apologies.. I should be good now though *fingers crossed*

I have sooooo been there. Here is to future votes! 💜💜💜

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Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #193 on: June 11, 2016, 06:02:48 PM »
Lately I've been all rules and updates, so I wanted to take a moment to post something positive for a fun change of pace.

I want to say thank you to all of you who have posted, but publicly here as well as in PMs directed my way, that they're enjoying the game and how I run it. It's a busy game to keep up with, and I know I could be a little faster at times, or lacking in the flavor department occasionally, but those of you who have reached out to express your enjoyment of the game mean the world to me. It's always nice to feel like I'm getting something right. XD

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Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #194 on: June 11, 2016, 07:30:59 PM »
Nooo Cera.

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Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #195 on: June 11, 2016, 09:16:32 PM »
Nooo Cera.

Hahaha! Go figure. *sigh*

Well I shall watch from the ghost couch!

*Hugs the Yugi*

Lately I've been all rules and updates, so I wanted to take a moment to post something positive for a fun change of pace.

I want to say thank you to all of you who have posted, but publicly here as well as in PMs directed my way, that they're enjoying the game and how I run it. It's a busy game to keep up with, and I know I could be a little faster at times, or lacking in the flavor department occasionally, but those of you who have reached out to express your enjoyment of the game mean the world to me. It's always nice to feel like I'm getting something right. XD

Hugs and luffs for the sweet Guy

You ROCK!

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Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #196 on: June 12, 2016, 12:06:23 AM »
Hahaha! Go figure. *sigh*

Well I shall watch from the ghost couch!

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Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #197 on: June 12, 2016, 12:30:26 AM »
In all seriousness however I'm beginning to wonder... why Cera? What did she do to inspire the foosa's wrath?

Feels the love from Derwaysh. I wonders this meself...but I will wait until the end of the game to pick brains...hehehe

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Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #198 on: June 12, 2016, 01:21:35 PM »
*Offers Cera some ghost popcorn*

(that sounds so wrong). :P

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Re: Classic Werewolves OOC
« Reply #199 on: June 12, 2016, 01:26:55 PM »
I am reminded of the movies where the ghosts comment on the antics of the alive people. This is entertaining, watching the chaos and wondering who will be next to join us here.