Originally Posted by PmjPmj
I need to be in a community which is new to it. To me, a large part of the fun is derived from nobody having a clue what they're doing or what is going on. When you start adding 'optimal strategies' and other (imo) inane bullshit in to the mix, it really waters it down.
Ni, I think. I like to go on my gut. In previous games (not on here) I've been very good indeed at picking the scummers out. Could've been luck of course.
[EDIT] could also be Te. When you start getting into the intricacies of the various strategies one may employ, that is (to me, at least) more of a Ti thing. Te just wants to bottom-line everything and move the hell on. I have little time or patience for learning the various facets of something which, although fun, doesn't really net me any real / beneficial gains in RL. I can't justify the expenditure of time on what is essentially a novel distraction.
INTJs kinda have that "I'm not sure of the details, but I can tell you what is going to happen in 50 years, if you're interested in listening"
In truth, I've seen newbs who are better players than me because they notice more relevant details and can expound on what they are observing much better than I can.
If you are good at logic, there is a really good chance that you are good at Mafia.
I am an utter oddball. I notice the weirdest shit and it isn't always helpful.