I have another suggestion for first-time TWG players. That is to read a few games first before you play one. Don't pick one of the shorter games, those are the ones where the game was won too easily. In fact, the one I recommend reading first is TWG 48.
There are a few reasons I like this one: 1. There aren't very many people in it. It's easier for someone who's never played the game to understand what's going on when there are only a few players. 2. It went for a good amount of time. That manhunt was particularly active. Sixteen pages is more than most games, and manhunts are generally quieter due to the lack of special roles. 3. It's the only one where I lived past Night 1. 4. There's another reason down below which I think is probably the best reason. Don't read it if you want to be surprised during the game.
A few caveats with reading it: 1. There's only one wolf. Most games have more than one wolf. Sometimes people like to look for connections between people to determine who might be a wolf. 2. That game had a few death posts. Don't make posts after you die unless the host specifically tells you that you can. 3. Those characters at the beginning mean nothing. 4. Most games have some special roles, or people who have powers that most don't. This game is one of the few that doesn't. If you are curious about what your role does, (or any role at all) send the host a PM. Posting the question in the game thread will make others think you have that role, and you probably won't live long after that.
My suggestions for how to read the game (Spoilered because it says who the wolf is).
So, I'm the wolf that game. It's my first time as a wolf, and my first full game of TWG. In that game, I'm in the same boat as you are. Look for any mistakes I made, and don't repeat them. I'll name a few here.
1. I freaked out when Axem claimed to be Mr. Eko. I hadn't seen the character list on the previous page, and everyone else was claiming their characters. Instead of checking to make sure I wasn't missing something, I just claimed to be Homer Simpson and play it off as a joke. I actually threw suspicion on myself for that! 2. There's a chat that I had with iDOWN at the beginning of the game where I mentioned to him that I thought Dark always died on Night 1. I got lucky that he didn't pounce on that. There's a mindset that many new players (myself included) use. They don't want to stand out as being wolfish, so they kill the common targets. Everyone was scratching their heads as to why Dark died, and it would have made sense for me to kill him. I thought he always died on Night 1.
There are a few things that I'd like to give myself a pat on the back for (or things I should have done which I want to recommend to you): 1. I'm really proud of my post which encouraged Badyoyo not to give up. Not only was it something I would have done regardless, it made me seem significantly more human. 2. I responded when people threw accusations at me. This is key. When I first read that BluEngie had put me on his radar after the Dark killing, I thought there was no way I could get out of it. Don't get flustered when people accuse you. Think about it logically, and give good reasons why you aren't a wolf. 3. Don't be a sheep. By that, I mean that you should come up with your own suspicions, especially as a wolf. Coming up with suspicions and calling out other players on their faults in logic is how you'll win the game. You also look significantly less suspicious if you do it at the right time. There's one group chat in which I develop a suspicion on Storm with gets debunked pretty quickly. 4. Don't shoot your mouth off. While it's good to come up with your own suspicions, doing it too often makes you seem like a wolf. Coming up with five bad suspicions makes you look like a wolf desperate to kill a human. Coming up with one very solid suspicion makes you look very human.