Or looking beyond how, why? He had no idea what Gary's role was. Why should he try to get people to hang some other guy just to save his own head? This is a team game. Maybe Gary had a role which was as much valuable to the town, or more. How was he even supposed to make that judgment, with zero information?
Show me how he could actually convince people, then. Or rather, wasn't it already over when he came back? There was no way I'd be voting for Gary, so, did he even have a chance to survive with my vote going to you from the beginning?
Well, he could had tried instead of bitching, what could he lose?. As I said in day 2, there were clearly 3 guys (+ kat who ended up changing her vote) in the thread besides him that could change their votes and didn't want him dead. If I wanted to stay alive (and didn't suspect Gary) I would have potentially 5 votes to help me. He could had lynched anyone in order to save himself. But of course, he surely didn't suspect nobody. Cool.
I did. Doesn't matter if you didn't comprehend that part, though.
We were in the thread for the entire phase almost, yet we had no idea what to do. He was MIA for most part and naturally, he didn't have a clear suspect.
And I just asked how he could have been more convincing with his words. He revealed his role and that was about what he could do. If anything, if he tried to survive the way you later did yourself, I'd probably have locked my vote on him, since I find such drama, tryhard stuff and demagogy inherently annoying. I'm surprised you can still find a saving grace for Town in that fail bandwagon by putting the blame on the victim himself. Those who started and pushed the bandwagon and those who didn't bother stopping it are at fault, before his lack of defense might be mentioned.
Anyways, enough is enough, I guess.
If niichan was in your shoes and did not fight back once he got votes on his head, then yeah, I'd agree, but the cases aren't one bit similar.
...ok enough is enough
We know you weren't