Blade Runner Mafia Day 4 Voting

Put 'em here.

Anyone mind if we close at 10:00 pm est tonight? It's fine if that doesn't work for people, would just be kinda nice for me .

MEC 18 years ago
I'm going to vote for Jarvis for the reasons I stated in the Day 4 ooc thread.
pharren 18 years ago
im having a hard time deciding between jarvis and marcus. honestly, i dont see any clues pointing to jarvis, but voting for himself was rather strange. an attempt to save polarn?

i still dont suspect jed, which means hes probably guilty as sin ops:

voting jarvis for now.

E D I T:

changing my vote to marcus (MEC), and heres why. the ONLY solid evidence (and by "solid evidence" i mean things posted by verileah, not odd behaviour or strange voting patterns) that i can see pointing to ANYBODY is the fact that elvaiz's body was torn to bits. MEC owns a liger. lion + tiger = elvaiz pieces everywhere. whats odd about the serial killer is that first he/she tore the victim to shreds, and all subsequent killings were via laser.

yes, i see strange behaviour from alot of people.

jarvis - voted for himself. finally started to participate once he was about to get lynched

jed - wasted his vote when it could have saved him. strange? yes. posted the strange note by the elevators. claims to know more about the people in the building than anyone

simon - HAS A UNIQUE SIG OHNOEZ!!! did not change his vote from tyler to jed/polarn/santaclaus/etc. (please note that everyone else who voted for tyler is now dead )

caitlinn - all women are crazy.

so... yeah. i think if we lynch another townie our chances of losing increase exponentially. so... yeah.
ROzbeans 18 years ago
Etric 18 years ago
I vote MECto save myself.

Edit: Once again I find myself agreeing with Jed. If you want innocent blood on your hands, Lynch Jarvis!
Pulvani 18 years ago
Verileah 18 years ago
I sense someone in this thread is toying with me.
Geeii 18 years ago
rofl, good form etric
Pulvani 18 years ago
Verileah 18 years ago
Jarvis contemplated the group that surrounded him with an amused grin.

“You guys have no sense of humor, that’s your problem.”

“You think it’s funny, to kill those poor people? You sick bastard, just shut up!”

Jarvis shook his head. “Yeah, I guess that’s what you have to tell yourselves. Tell me though…do you really think you can bring yourself to do it? Do you really think you can take a human life? God, maybe you really are all machines. Go on, do it, I dare you. Do it.”

If Jarvis had hoped for a last minute change of heart, he was wrong. The neighbors shifted their feet, some in guilt, and some in eagerness to end this uncomfortable confrontation, but their minds were made up. Finally a neighbor looked up at Jarvis, meeting his eyes.

“I think you want to die. I think you can’t stand yourself for what you’ve done. Guilty conscience, maybe?”

Jarvis laughed out loud at this and gave the speaker a rude gesture. “Here’s what I think of your guilty conscience theory. No. Human or machine, killer or not, you all turned on me, and I will be laughing at you all from the grave.”

Jarvis’s laughter was enough to bring the neighbors into action. Surely this man was an insane killer. No normal person would look death in the face and laugh. He had to die, they thought, as they shoved him toward the window, as Caitlinn, with her good arm, opened it, as the group shoved him out and onto the street fifty feet below.

The neighbors looked out then, four heads peering out in the dusk at the broken form of Jarvis, Jarvis who had never stopped laughing, even at the end. Jarvis who still had his hand fixed in a rude gesture.

The group dispersed in silence, each very much alone in their thoughts. Death hovered over the group now; it was an inevitability, some unstoppable force of fate or circumstance or just plain bad luck. They wondered whose luck would run out first. Some resolved to come to another consensus tomorrow and rid themselves of these killings. But others…others felt it necessary to take matters into their own hands, in the dark of night.

SKIDS kk thx
ROzbeans 18 years ago
Her hand was still on the window latch as she leaned out and looked down at the bleeding body of Jarvis. Odd Jarvis. Looking over her shoulder she looked back at her neighbors leaving. She half smiled, knowing what was coming.

'...And then there were 4.'