So you want some logic do you? OK.
Sjoerd3000 wrote:So clearly Jan cannot be an elf and I am of course innocent as always
The first half of this statement is clearly false.
There is no way that Sjoerd could possibly know that Jan isn't
an elf. If the first half is false, it would not be unreasonable to assume the second half is false too. Therefore Sjoerd is
an elf AND
that would mean Jan
is also an Elf.
The elves are in such a commanding position that it would make absoutely zero sense for an elf to pretend to be Jason.
The only way for the innocents to win, is for whoever else is innocent to vote exactly the same way as Jason. So to ensure the other innocent votes the same way as Jason, if you were Jason what would you do?
BTW any other people want to own up to being Jason? Come on Sjoerd, you know you want to.
"I'm Jason! And so is my wife!" - Monty Python
So if the other innocent person is Crys (who Jason protected last night), she'll have to make her mind up whether to believe Jan or me (or Sjoerd
Jan Van Legless wrote:I'm not saying anything else now Sjoerd and Crys, even though one of you has to be the other elf - up to you who you want to trust in and I'll go quietly if it's not me.
Why does one of them have to be
the other elf? That is probably the most illogical statement you've ever made (unless it's true and it's Sjoerd). Why can't the elusive Bikkit be an elf? Why can't me and you be elves?
But I would say all this, wouldn't I?
PS Who is getting all their knickers twisted and why?
PPS Yo Librarian! Is this like my normal self?