Question: Would my role submission be vetoed if I had tried to use it in a future game? For reference, it was "The Fallacy's BYOR 2 Role That Has The Only Vote That Determines Who Is Lynched, Even If It Belongs To A Dead Player" and was suitably weakened to make it game-changing rather than game-breaking.
tried to use it in a future game, I'd veto it because players shouldn't use the same role twice.
If somebody else tried to use it in a future game, I'd veto it unless it was several games after this one, because stagnation and mimicry.
The role itself, however, is sufficiently weakenable that if you submitted it in FBYOR 3 and you didn't submit it in FBYOR 2, I would probably accept it.
Wait... why would role have any effect on your alignment, period?
It shouldn't unless the player was third party.
What happened in this game was Fish submitted a role using In Again. For reference: The Fallacy's BYOR 2 Role That Is Guaranteed To Be Town And Have The Same Wincon As A Town Player And Otherwise Count As Town, And (Guaranteed To) Have The Role Powers Of All Roles Ever In Fallacy's BYOR 2, Free From Use Restrictions Aside From The Initial Use Restrictions Applied To Said Powers As Part Of Their Generation Process
If In Again rolled town, I would have been easily able(well, not easily, but doable) to nerf it. It rolled mafia. Paradox. Which is another reason I'm vetoing roles that try for a specific alignment using shakeragianness in the future.
Fish shouldn't have posted about the game outside the game. In retrospect, I probably should have given him a warning then, and that's what I'll endeavor to do in the future.
There's also the whole "I'll take my SOs and leave" thing that happened which was way not cool on so many levels.
And then there's this, which I'll look more thoroughly into later because my time is limited right now.