Turn #1 Irwin has served up a traditional game with standard roles and no surprises. At a glance, the village should have the upper hand here with the experience they have by now. Time for the wolves to show they are learning too. It's an interesting wolf cast. StuCol, Red-Indian, Scrumpet and THM. A good mix of active poster, with low-keys hiding in the mix. Red-Indian and Scrumpet are both players who should fancy themselves for getting trained as priests. Red-Indian in particular will want to show he can do better than last time he was a wolf. It's been a while since THM last played. Last time he let himself be lynched as the seer without sharing any info, choosing instead to write "you cunts, I'm the second seer. Yes, you've fucked it up once again. Well done." as his last post one minute before dying. Chance for him to redeem himself this time around. As a wolf, he is supposed to fuck up the village on purpose, so that might help. Surviving the first lynch will be his first challenge, depending on how stark the memory is of his last performance in the village. It's gonna be an interesting game if the village picks up on the wolves likely flying under the radar. Smores, feeky and DE are all PVs who will get caught out on this as well. Red-Indian gets the pick as the alpha and they take out Interval. Interestingly, the wolves have also based their choice on fun and spared the most active posters. Interval was killed because he got to play to the end last time. In the dead forum, Interval immediately fingers his executioner as Red-Indian can't help himself from flattering the wolves on what a good decision it was for them to lynch Interval. Good spot; too bad the only guy to spot it is dead. Besides that, day starts as expected - Robocop goes fishing with the traditional Turn 1 "we should do secret voting" spoof and RI takes the bait like a noob. Weaste once again advocates random selection. Only thing of interest is cw coming out all guns blazing from the word 'go'. If nothing else, it spices things up a bit from the monotomy of senseless day 1 lynches. If more people followed his lead, they might actually have enough to go on to find a reasonable suspect for the day. Come lynchtime and Desert Eagle, the insane seer is the one up for the chop. In true Desert Eagle style, he waits till three minutes before the deadline before coming out and even then only says "I am a pv." This is classic DE who obviously is never going to learn WW. A few people actually manage to change their votes in time to save him by one vote. Sky takes the fall instead. Feeky doesn't even PM us about a seer check for turn 1. It's fair to say the seers are off to an awful start. With so many games won by the seers for the village in the past, it's a gloomy Turn 1 for the village.