My only suggestion is if you allow actions to be submitted on IRC make sure both hosts are on or you PM the experienced one to confirm the name in your Target column is actually who you said !_!
Don't trust the beginner host.
Basically what happened was someone told kok their action on IRC and he misread a line or misunderstood what was being said or something and I was asleep (laptop goes off at night) and therefore not online. I see a name in the Target column with a corresponding Action and think let's rock. Only after, when given the flavor for a dead safeguard (lol) with the wrong name, did the individual inform me their target had been inaccurately stated, providing the logs of the situation.
Some nights, USER was never filled in in the prewritten flavor.. imagine if when results were sent the improper flavor was used and USER was never filled in, the player in question would have no idea they had targeted someone else.
Double checking your Results column only goes so far if you input the target's name incorrectly. If one host wasn't on when the action was given via IRC they will have no clue the specified target isn't right - I always try to go back and check PM logs and channels/spreads one last time to confirm I've written down the right names in the right order from the right night.
Newbie hosts have to start somewhere and I don't think a first-time host should ever be hosting alone, but they should be responsible for double, even triple, checking the results of the night. Especially in a game with 5000 (cncnd this number is accurate) hookers crossfiring between safeguards. They also should take care to check they haven't shifted off a column entering names but not actions or just plain misunderstood something.
It just comes down to understand you do need to be very detail-oriented to get your results together properly and willing to over-confirm your accuracy.
<Stone_Cold22> sejuani = fuck no. fucking sejuani is like fucking Rodan w/ a female head