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Aaryan

Skulduggery Pleasant Mafia 2: Playing with Fire

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now I have smth to read to sleep ;)

and a note OOC : finally .. a game where cycles end before midnight ... oleeeee!!!

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can dusk act on more then one player during one night ? or his block act as a RID Recruit if he hits Jack, and otherwise it is a block ??

also : are we using OOA or OOP as the '>' suggests... I mean are action chronological or all actions happen and only if conflicting actions happen then the order comes into action ??

edited: to add the 2nd question .. no need for a new post

Edited by Yodell

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Yes to the first question. If the Recruit is wrong it is a block.

OOP (I think?) all actions go through unless hindered by another action.

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I still don't understand the difference between OOA and OOP. In both cases, don't all actions go through unless they are blocked by another action?

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OOA with >> is strict timeline, lower level actions can never affect higher level actions. OOA with > is weak timeline, so lower level actions can affect higher level as long as there is no loop created. OOP is the same except all acts occur at the same time and I think OOP has kill as non blocking while OOA has kill as a blocking action. And OOA allows mixing of >> and > (ie)

OOA nk >> redirect > block > spy

means nothing can change the nk, blocks can stop a redirect unless the redirect is used against the block

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OOA nk >> redirect > block > spy

means nothing can change the nk, blocks can stop a redirect unless the redirect is used against the block

So if that was OOP, does that mean the NK could be redirected?

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In an OOP game that is usually the case. There are exceptions, but unless the host says otherwise any action can act on any other.

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You see, NK is groupwide. Unless every single Baddie was incapacitated on any given night, the kill will go through (the NP Killer is just a figurehead. Even if Vengeous is blocked he could still show in the NP.)

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=.= In the event that the NK was assigned to a single person, would the answer still be no?

No.

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No, the answer is not still no or no, the redirect doesn't go through? =.= I think I'll use the role PM after this.

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No, the answer is not no (Im just messing with you)

Yes, because redirect is higher on the scale.

Ok, never mind. If a NK hits someone lower on the OOP, the lower action fails. Else, (ir redirect) it goes through. So I guess it IS timeline oriented.

Edited by Aaryan

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I thought posting wasn't allowed at Night? I'm confused again.@_@ Can we end Night now?

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Posting is allowed at all times unless you are dead or trapped. We need to give people in other time zones a chance before ending the night.

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Nights and days are always exactly 24 hours long, except on weekends when they may be extended another 24 hours to allow for more discussion and chance to play. Posting is allowed in Night and Day phases and occurs often as players form strategies.

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Aaryan I feel you need to explain clearly how your actions take place. You should already know as we've had one night already :idk:

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