Tobi needs to jailbreak that elevator..
Why does Tobi keep looking at Shalhia's cape?
Yeah. This is a big trust game.
And also a sociological experiment on how people handle it.
Honestly the only think confusing is the scale. You dont need this sort of setup to examine this sort of human dynamic.
I agree, that's why I find the whole "what is the point of the game" question interesting.
You don't need to go through all this to test human dynamics. (not to mention, that doesn't account for the whole "needs at least one magic user" thing.)
I don't really think we've been given enough clues to start determining the answer, though.
Does Smile really mean "one-man" quite literally if the elevator can also be operated by female children and whatever Three is?
@Neorice - How many hours, if not days, did you spend creating the rules for this twisted game? I'm beyond words.
The fact Neo can keep this all straight in his head no less on paper is amazing to me. Once three or more rules are in effect, I'd forget anything wlse.
This one reminds me a bit of The Liar Game.