|QUOTE (Auramyna @ Oct 20 2012, 06:19 PM)|
|(AJ is iawy. Yeah, all these acronyms and none of them resemble his name, apparently.)|
Yep, you got it spot on. I'm referred to in various places as either AJ, Aje, Ina, Jesh, etc. - but none of them are my real name. AJ comes closest, because it is my Wikia account that was created in league with my brother - the A short for his name and the J for mine, and the "two" signifying that - but otherwise I have not revealed my true name to anybody (though other people have
), so it remains a mystery.
As for your question Andrew, I like it, I really do. It is shorter, but for me, that's awesome, because I don't usually have much time to be online, at least for mafia, so playing a few [hundred] games satisfies my mafia need, while letting me meet new people as well. While there's always the few you need to watch out for because of various factors, it's in general a good way to play mafia, although it does take a little getting used to some of the roles.
The games are anywhere between 5-30 minutes, but they can go longer or shorter depending on what happens.But it's very fast-paced, and you have to be constantly thinking about the other players and what role they could occupy. It might even help hone your skills on here. I'd say this is part of what makes Aura such a good player, because she adapted and learned to notice where the inconsistencies lie when she's looking for the baddies in a MM game.
And it was really funny Aura. You'd have to have been there when it was running to understand how stressful that situation was (we went overtime by maybe ten minutes while I subverted them into trying to "figure it out"), but in the end, I turned everybody to my side, and convinced them to lynch the person who voted for me at the outset, and stopped my death at least twice through words, ultimately winning the game for the baddies.
I played that game really good, which is why I thought I'd share it. I just wish I was that "experienced" on here, though I'd say that Sherlock Holmes Mafia was the closest I ever came to something that epic.