Night of the Werewolves - The Legend of Black Shuck

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Cheers for the game, SUTSS. Well run.

Personally, I maybe should've gone a bit more under the radar in the beginning because that silver bullet I had could've been very useful later. Was trying to get people talking a bit more though, until Stringy started calling out LR and then I let him get on with it.

After that, most of it seemed to be run behind the scenes and there wasn't a great deal to do. Just the LR show, really. Not a criticism, just the nature of the game and how it panned out. Me getting killed didn't really alter how much I was really involved in the game though.

Still kept up with it 'til the end, was interesting enough to follow from the outside.
 

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Good game SUTSS, and very pleased I managed to make it to the very end. Which begs the question, did the wolves ever really discuss about killing me? Just interested.
 

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As for the wolves, that's a decent side you had. First Ian saying 'this thing needs to get going' pretty much doomed him, even though we never checked him out that comment stuck.

And the roleplaying :lol: At first people were like 'look at ma fish', Steady's pub got about 2 orders a night and Spired created his own language and was promptly shunned.
Well played Inceptive Lemon.

I definitely showed my naivety with that comment, was frustrated at the lack of killings, both from no executions and our attempts to kill the mayor being blocked by the angel so dived in with that one (had probably had a couple of beers to loosen me up!).

I did suspect you briefly, without really voicing it, when I posted a picture of a sunset and said I'd been having lessons with you, and you never said anything. I had a little excel file going for two days with who was reading the thread (and not commenting) and you were on it a couple of times but then I stopped that and didn't really consider you again.

I tried to post a couple of 'clever' things that could be read back after by people knowing I was a wolf and be a little more obvious. Things like me telling stories about the wolves attacking my sheep and me warning about 'the boy that cried wolf' (Tom) and also posting that picture of a sunset with the caption 'red sky at night shepherd's delight' shortly before a successful wolf killing. Not sure if suspicions were raised by any of those things as well (?), but it definitely made the role play aspect more enjoying for me :)
 
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I did suspect you briefly, without really voicing it, when I posted a picture of a sunset and said I'd been having lessons with you, and you never said anything.

I tried to post a couple of 'clever' things that could be read back after by people knowing I was a wolf and be a little more obvious. Things like me telling stories about the wolves attacking my sheep and me warning about 'the boy that cried wolf' (Tom) and also posting that picture of a sunset with the caption 'red sky at night shepherd's delight' shortly before a successful wolf killing. Not sure if suspicions were raised by any of those things as well (?), but it definitely made the role play aspect more enjoying for me :)
I did have a response in mind for that, something along the lines of 'the finest apprentice I have seen in heures' with heures meaning hours and sounding like years but it was so cringeworthy I binned it :lol:

As for the other things, the wolf attack story was something I thought about, but I didn't take any notice of the other two. Livened the game up so cheers for those :2thumb: I picked the artist really because I wanted to post things like this:

'Be on your guard people. Based on my readings of books we should be looking out for something like this'

But it turned out I was the real deal.
 

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I forgot a lot of people (most?) specifically chose their character. Makes it stranger that very few then really played the roles. We killed spirederman because we thought he may have been the seer and was warned by LR / CoT to stop using his phonetic speech as the other villagers might have got so pissed off with that they executed him!
 

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I really enjoyed Spirederman's strange speech. No match for Saltire though.
 

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