I actually didn't have any issue with you posting the ending. I thought it was odd, and I was surprised, since I never would have expected someone to go out of their way to write up a big death scene for a Mafia game they weren't even in, but I wasn't actually upset. My posts where I pretended to steal it were just meant to be light-hearted trolling.
I got slightly more upset when you started demanding credit for the death scene after everyone joined in the joke that I had written it myself. Maybe you didn't get the joke, or were joking too, but it didn't come off that way. And then you downvoted my own post as if to say 'wow Milldawg, why are you being a dick about this?' That's how I interpreted it, anyway. And THEN you complained about me getting your name wrong. That one made me suspect you were joking, but I still wasn't sure, since you seemed so serious. But I guess maybe that's just your nature.
Were you actually just fooling around when you downvoted my post and asked people to upvote yours? Or were you secretly BUTTHURT and RAGING?
And then Mucky came in and called you out, and instead of saying "lol I was just joking" you launched into a rant about Lavarinth's moderating policies. I don't know the whole story behind the deleted posts and all, so I can't really comment on exactly what Lav did or didn't do. But you flipped out at Mucky and then called everyone an asshole.
Just when I thought the squabbling was over, you say "screw this I'm out! have a nice life douchebags!" (at least that is what the tone of your post conveyed) and then launch into ANOTHER rant at Lavarinth. I don't approve of how Lavarinth has handled the situation, but if your whole point is that there should be respect and maturity, then you should stick to that regardless of what others do. You have demonstrated a lot of restraint and levelheadedness for the most part, but it only makes it all the more inflaming at the times when you don't.
As for your three points:
1. I can't comment on this since I don't know the extent of the delete posts.
2. Lav got this one right: mAc's post was helpful, while yours was just a joke. Pointing your finger at mAc and demanding retribution won't get you anywhere, since your post was fundamentally different in intent than his. As for the rest of what you said here, again I can't comment on the deleted posts.
3. Lav got this right as well. Maybe you haven't played in a Mafia game before and aren't familiar with how they work, but especially given the apparent fact that you had already been chastised for posting in a game in progress, you should have known not to keep posting. Even if you disagree with your posts being deleted, you should acknowledge the rules of the game (which have nothing to do with Lavarinth or his moderation) and bring up issues with them after it's over. You could argue that you thought it was okay to post because you thought the game was over, but again, given your previous chastisement, you should have simply stayed away from the thread entirely (why did you care anyway?) or waited until the game was officially declared over, or just asked me via PM. Instead you made unwarranted assumptions, and got burned for it. Happens to all of us.
Pretty much all of your points boil down to "I did nothing wrong! Well, TECHNICALLY I did but..." That does not make for a strong argument.
Lav's big rant post after that was uncalled for, and it's good that you didn't engage it. Still, you laced your arguments with snide remarks (i.e. that last paragraph), which undercuts your credibility. Saying 'haha I don't actually care about any of this! It's all just a hilarious game to me!' doesn't encourage people to take your arguments seriously.
I think a big part of the problem with this whole situation is that it's very difficult for me (and likely others) to interpret your intentions from your posts. It's hard to tell when you're being sarcastic or light-hearted, which has led me to interpret most of your posts at face value, which is clearly not your intention, at least for some of them.
I'm not sure if I was going to make a point, but the Daily Show is about to start so I have to go.
I appreciate your apology, though it wasn't necessary to me personally. I'm glad that you did it, though, as it demonstrates good will and respect.