I was indeed quiet, I had a team outing with the spareribs and the beer that quieted me down
Today I've got some 'Sinterklaas' shopping to do (Dutch gift-giving festival) and a barber's appointment so I knew I wasn't going to be online much, which is why I decided to use all my votes on one person, picked at random with a 50% chance of me hitting a baddie.
Incoming wall of Math text, as traditional for me in this game. Skip to the end, I beg you!
MC: odds don't really apply in this game
The chances of Sjoerd and MC getting to be werewolves together indeed aren't big, but they do exist. We've got ten players.
There are 10*9 different combinations of werewolves, 2 of those Sjoerd&MC so it's 2 out of 90 or 1 out of 45: 2,222%
But those are also the odds of, say, Sjoerd and Pip being the werewolves, or WannabeAngua and Jaeger. It doesn't really mean
anything (of course it doesn't, it's Maths). We can adjust the odds with three non-werewolves players gone: I know my own innocent role, meaning there are 6 others with a possible 2 werewolves. Odds of Sjoerd and MC being werewolves together are 2 out of 30 or 1 out of 15, 6,667%. But again, so are the odds of any other combination of players that are not me. The same goes for every other innocent player. Dee's a bit of a wildcard: Dee wins if the werewolves win right? But the pair of werewolves and Dee don't know who they are?
Anyway, don't vote me out, you'll regret it. Or at the very least, I'll regret it
Scientists are predicting the future will be much more futuristic than originally predicted