I'll post what I can now as it's getting late here in the UK. Arkaal and Ehrg asked some questions, so - In Chocohunt (my 1st game) I thought I learned some stuff about what not to talk about as town. When I pondered the panda, it seemed that everything I had to say was -town. I thought some of you might agree, huh. In my Choco post-game comments I said I do not particularly understand this aspect of the game. My take based on Chocohunt reactions is that discussing general strategy is good and discussing specifics is bad until the general strategy is agreed. There was a post in the last game where Sotek detailed the sort of checks the Mad Scientist could make (which was fine to all) and I posted a "if you were MS who would you check?" post which got me accused of witchery for role fishing. Strategy vs Detail. So hopefully this explains where I'm coming from here. (I was the Mad Scientist in that game, btw) Re the "ridiculous strategy", again this was posted as an option in Chocohunt for mayor I believe, and nobody claimed it was ridiculous then. Re "generic -town comment". Yes I use it a lot because again I got my fingers burned in Chocohunt for not using it. If I say "are you a witch?" and "are you the priest?" to someone, one will get you lynched and the other won't, even though the answer will always be the same. I think it's silly but it seems to be necesary ... and now I've been called out for using it. So I don't know what the right answer is here. With experience I guess I'll learn when not to say it. Any comments on the above are welcome. I did explain my thought process, I didn't just spout "I agree". Yeah ... I wanted to go to the link and pick out the people but I had to go to a meeting and rushed the last part of that post. That's playing at work for ya ... I rate Rom and Roie as about the same on the scum-o-meter (which is to say barely neutral as they don't talk much) and see below for Ithaldir. Bbobjs I am wary of, but there are enough checks on him (Priest, Vig) that if he's scummy he won't get away for long. unvote Ehrgeix Assuming at least 1 witch is voting for me, I think of all the votes Ithaldir is most suspicious - it looks like an attempt to start/join a bandwagon without having any reason or even caring who was on it or why. My notes have him as suspicious from earlier too but I quickly reviewed the who-posted and nothing jumped out. I don't have time to dig now, but the vote stands. Prime is close behind in suspicion but I reckon if I'm here or not he'll get questioned tomorrow anyway.