It's called lazy creativeness. Sir.
So, we've lost the most experienced players in round one, and both of them innocent to boot.
Let's look at the odds again shall we?
At the start we had 4 new players and 6 that played before. If Sir did at completely random draw on the killers, there are 45 possible combos (first choice can be done out of 10 people, second out of 9. You've got 10*90 = 90 combinations but have to divide by two to weed out the doubles (Jan+Dot/Dot+Jan is the same combination).
Out of those 45 combinations, there are:
4*3/2 = 6 pairings of two newbies
6*5/2 = 15 pairings of two veterans
6*4 = 24 pairings of a fresh blood/rusted old fogie platter.
Making it most likely that we had a sassy young assassin under the guidance of a bloodstained mentor.
However, we've got some more information now. We're down to 4/4.
There are 8 people left, so 8*7/2=28 pairings.
Still 6 pairings of two newbies,
Also 6 pairings of two veterans
and 4*4 = 16 pairings of one of each.
How does this help us in voting? Well, it helps a bit. It's most likely (16 out of 28, 57%) that we've got a mixed bag in the killers. One old, one new.
If the killers' plan is to weed out the experienced players and wreak havoc in the aftermath, the innocents should try and do their best and keep them in, right? That's why I plan on voting out a new player this round.
Big Daddy and Bikkit aren't posting. For Bikkit, that's par for the course. Big Daddy is an unknown. I'll give him the benefit of the doubt and say he's innocent.
Del's crazy, we all know that, so if she's a killer I'd rather keep her in to mess up the other killer's head
So that leaves Raisindot and Simstars.
Open call to Raisindot and Simstars: convince me of your innocence!
Best excuse wins not getting my vote