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  1. Gmaster479

    Newbie Mafia

    Has anyone claimed TMM IX? If not I wouldn't mind whipping up a simple game for everyone
  2. Host = Shadow 1. 2. 3. curr3nt 4. 5. Framm 6. smoth333 7. Auramyna 8. maurice 9. 10. 11. GMaster479 12. 13. MiKi [unlucky 13! *gasp*] 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. Back on BD for a little
  3. Gmaster479

    Not the place to put this but yes it is down. Go see FB status
  4. Gmaster479

    This one wasn't too hard. Had to work backwards but...
  5. has been done, but you can still theme it around it just don't call it that. EDIT: Found it
  6. Gmaster479

    TMM II

    Host: Hirkala 1. Psychosmurf 2. Akriti 3. KlueMaster 4. Aaryan 5. 6. 7. Q-Cumber 8. Mentors 1. Molly Mae 2. GMaster479 3. Find more people guys. Hopefully this can start on Monday
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    Minecraft Mafia

    Server Owner: Blablah 1) Vineetrika 2) Peace - Dead: Banned and found to be Ghast 3) Slick - voting for Shadow 4) Araver 5) Hirkala - Dead: Solidified by Herobrine and found to be Lava 6) Framm - Dead: Respawned at a remote location and found to be Spider 7) Abhisk - Dead: Drowned in obsidian formed by Lava and found to be Herobrine 8) solman - Dead: Exploded by Creeper 9) GMaster479 - voting for araver 10) maurice - Trapped: Cannot vote or post. 11) EDM 12) curr3nt - Dead: Pushed off of a cliff by Pig 13) Marq 14) Shadow 15) darth nox 16) sayalzah - Dead: Burnt in Lava and found to be Skeleton 17) Molly Mae -voting for araver I have been completely useless this game, and would love to hear some direction as far who we need to get rid of. We still have a few possible non-goodies roaming around. For now I haven't heard a better reason to vote for someone other than Araver
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    Minecraft Mafia

    Server Owner: Blablah 1) Vineetrika - voting for Sayalzah 2) Peace - Dead: Banned and found to be Ghast 3) Slick - Trapped. Cannot vote or post. 4) Araver - voting for Framm 5) Hirkala 6) Framm 7) Abhisk 8) solman - Dead: Killed by Creeper 9) GMaster479 - voting for Framm 10) maurice - voting for Sayalzah 11) EDM - voting for maurice 12) curr3nt - voting for Framm 13) Marq 14) Shadow 15) darth nox 16) sayalzah 17) Molly Mae Good to know. @Maurice - I agree with what you said but EDM wants to hear from you and if she has something then maybe I do want to keep my vote on Framm
  9. Gmaster479

    Minecraft Mafia

    Server Owner: Blablah 1) Vineetrika 2) Peace - Dead: Banned and found to be Ghast 3) Slick - Trapped. Cannot vote or post. 4) Araver - voting for Framm 5) Hirkala 6) Framm 7) Abhisk - Dead: Killed by Zombie 8) solman - Dead: Killed by Creeper 9) GMaster479 - voting for Framm 10) maurice 11) EDM 12) curr3nt - voting for Framm 13) Marq 14) Shadow 15) darth nox 16) sayalzah 17) Molly Mae Okay...two people know who I am now...so no reason I should get lynched. Idk what you all know about Framm but I am here to pay attention and help you out so let the bandwagoning commence!
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    Minecraft Mafia

    I see. Maurice would you like me to talk? My only post this game had so much sarcasm in it that it shouldn't be taken into any consideration into determining whether I am a baddie or not. As for now I'd like to see some defense from some people. Araver has talked a bit and Marq hasn't talked yet so lets try and keep the pressure to a 3 or so people.
  11. Gmaster479

    Minecraft Mafia

    Server Owner: Blablah 1) Vineetrika 2) Peace - voting for Framm 3) Slick 4) Araver 5) Hirkala - Voting for darth nox 6) Framm - Voting for Abhisk 7) Abhisk - Voting for Araver 8) solman - Dead: Killed by Creeper 9) GMaster479 - voting for Marq 10) maurice 11) EDM 12) curr3nt - Voting for Araver 13) Marq 14) Shadow 15) darth nox 16) sayalzah 17) Molly Mae - Trapped. Cannot post or vote. Are we having a vote randomly on day 1 for no apparent reason session? I LOVE IT
  12. Gmaster479

    bullfroglightbulb has a good point.
  13. lol. I'd hope he'd be a high priest. Though it doesn't matter with the format of the game
  14. Correct Iverson . The analysis is very complicated but for those who want a spreadsheet of the answer it is in the spoiler below.
  15. Just a note to DarthLegion. There has already been a series of Star Wars Mafia's if you look back through the games section. Normally it is frowned upon if you host a mafia with a theme someone else already used. If you really want to do it make sure that it differs from the original Star Wars and Star Wars 2 mafias on here
  16. I found this puzzle in some other forums. I found it to be very difficult. Maybe somebody would like to that a crack at it Anyway, here it is: The human race spread out to the stars, eventually terraforming and colonizing thousands of planets. On one planet, P3, they decided to perform an experiment in genetic engineering, attempting to develop a race of people who would always tell the truth. This, they thought, would turn the world into a perfect society - no one could get away with crimes or other deceitful activities. However, the experiment went awry and the engineered compulsion to tell the truth also acted as a compulsion to lie; these two happened randomly, with the person having no choice: he had to either lie or tell the truth as he was complelled to do at the moment. Thus no one could trust anyone because even if a person wanted to be honest he would lie randomly about half the time and never knew which ahead of time. So both the planet and the experiment were abandoned and the population was left to survive on its own. Throughout thousands of generations evolution took its course and strict classes of periodic liars arose. Each person in class x would make a false statement exactly once every x times, with all of the intevening statements being true. Children were tested at an early age to determine their class, and each would be relegated to different roles in society. The classes were as follows: Class 1: the Unbelievables: every statement was a lie. These formed the lowest level of society; they got no steady work and were often reduced to begging. Class 2: the Two-Faced: every second statement was a lie, thus alternating between lies and truth. They performed the most undesirable work and often turned to crime. Class 3: the Spinners: every third statement a lie. their motto: "Hey, 2 out of 3 ain't so bad!" They did standard blue-collar work. Class 4: the Squares: every fourth statement a lie. They held the white-collar jobs. Class 5: the Priests: every fifth statement a lie. The thought themselves superior and actually goverened the society. Class 6 and above: various levels of High Priests. They made all of the rules and laws. High Priests were rare. The higher the class the fewer the number of people in it. Occasionally an individual with an extremely high class number was born, usually double-digits, sometimes even over a hundred! These were called the Prophets. The held themselves aloof from society and often lived ascetic lives as hermits. They were revered as sages. Some of them formed secret religious societies, engaging in careful inbreeding, awaiting the birth of an "avatar", a person of class "infinity" who never ever told a lie. Skeptics would ask how could one ever tell if the alleged avatar was genuine; perhaps he just had a class number so high that he would not live long enough to tell his first lie! This discriminatory class structure was hypocritcal, since actually anyone could gain another's trust by exposing himself as follows: a class 1 would simply say 2+2=5 twice in a row then the listener would know to believe the opposite of everything he says. And any higher class would simply say (at the proper time in his cycle) 2+2=4, 2+2=5, thus establishing himself as not class 1, and so his very next statement would be true. They could even use it to state their class number. And revering prophets as wise men was misguided. Telling the truth a lot did not mean a person was smart. He could be stupid, and when asked difficult questions would simply be compelled to say "I don't know the answer." It should also be noted that not everyone belonged to the society. There were many left-overs from earlier times who were still compelled to lie randomly. These were called class zeroes and were totally banned from society; they lived in a primitive state in the wilds. They were looked upon as no better than animals and sometimes were even hunted for sport. Also, if any class zero attempted to enter the towns and villages they were immediately killed. Eventually the planet was rediscovered by the spacefaring civilizations. After the initial language difficulties were surmounted, the natives saw that the spacemen seemed to always tell the truth and were thought to be high-class prophets. But eventually they were caught telling occasional lies, and not periodically. Many natives considered them to be class zeroes and wanted them to leave the planet. No one actually wanted to try killing them since they were obviously much technologically superior, and thus too dangerous. But others realized they lied voluntarily, not compulsively or at random, and the High Priests designated them as "classless aliens" and were to be tolerated but not trusted. During the hundreds of years following there was extensive trade and interaction with the aliens, and the inevitable interbreeding, so the native population became more and more able to lie voluntarily and eventually became indistinguishable form the aliens, as far as lying was concerned. The class system disappeared and since no one could any longer trust anyone else, and the society collapsed, reverting to barbarism. By this time the class zeroes had all been exterminated and eventually the population was subjugated by the space-faring civilizations and used as slave-labor. But Anyway... Now it so happens that among the numerous secret societies on P3 there is one group that calls themselves the PsychoMaths. They create all sorts of numerical and logical puzzles and challenge one-another at their meetings. On of their favorite pastimes is playing the game of Number Match. A referee chooses 5 players, no two of which are of the same class, who play the game for 10 rounds. During each round each player secretly chooses and writes down a number from 1 to 5 and gives it to the referee. Once all numbers are in the referee exposes them all and delcares the winner, who is determined by the Match Rule: Any player whose chosen number is the same as that of any other player(s) is said to be matched; all other players are unmatched. The winner is the unmatched player having the highest number, and he scores points equal to his number; no other players score that round. If all players are matched no one wins that round and no one scores. (Examples: if the numbers are 4,5,5,3,4 then only 3 is unmatched and wins. If the numbers are 5,2,5,4,3 then 4, 3, 2 are unmatched and 4 wins.) After the 10 rounds are over the referee calculates the total scores for each player and then the winner is determined from these 5 scores by using the Match Rule again: the player having the highest unmatched total score wins the game. The game is played in secret and after the game is over each of the 5 players in turn makes 6 statements about the game which the referee carefully records on paper, in the exact order stated. During this recording session absolutely no other statements are made by the players. For the written statements the players are assigned letters A,B,C,D,E in order to remain anonymous. Then the statements are presented to the full membership of the society as a puzzle, and they attempt to deduce who was the winner. Below are the statements of a recent game, listed in exact order: A1: I won the second round. A2: I won the last 2 rounds with equal scores. A3: No one's total score was higher than mine. A4: I never won with 5. A5: I won the fifth round. A6: I did not win the game. B1: Three of the players never chose 4. B2: I won the third round. B3: My total score was lower than any of the others. B4: I chose 2 in every round. B5: I won the seventh round. B6: I won the sixth round. C1: I did not win the eighth round. C2: My total score was 14. C3: I chose 4 in the first round. C4: I won the first two rounds. C5: I did not win the sixth round. C6: I chose a different number in each round I won. D1: No one won 2 consecutive rounds. D2: I chose 4 in every round. D3: I won the first round. D4: No one won more than 3 rounds. D5: I won 2 of the first three rounds. D6: I lost every even-numbered round. E1: I did not win the first round. E2: No one ever chose less than 3. E3: No one ever won with 3. E4: I won the sixth and seventh rounds. E5: I won the seventh and eighth rounds. E6: I did not win the third round. Can you determine the winner? Remember: each player is of a different class. All 5 total scores can be determined, but not the exact number choices of the losing players of each round. Also note that when a player makes his first statement you do not know at what point in his lie-cycle he is at, so his first statement could be true or false depending on the last time he lied as well as his class.
  17. Lol...that was done by music_luvr on another site. But...that site is dead so talk with music about reviving it here. Also @segul: Just play in more mafias and you will get the hang of different roles in no time
  18. Well Mandrake owes me for originally deciding to accompany him up the staircase. We work well together surprisingly enough. Wouldn't mind having you along at all Admiral. Can we leave now? I hate wasting time.
  19. Fine, when Mandrake gets back to confirm, we will un-bind Gregor and head out.
  20. Official "I want to move on immediately!" roster: 1. Mandrake (Gregor, unless I let him go.. ) 2. Kirkpatrick
  21. Yes I would like my fair share of rations as I didn't even take any. Mandrake and I are both tired of these indecisions and want to continue on and I would like SOME form of sustenance. Gregor, please either ask your questions or give me the rations.
  22. I am 'pretty' sure there wasn't one Segul. Feel free to do it. Also read Mario Mafia. That game was hilariously short
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