I wanted to poke a couple of people before writing this up. As usual turnout has been disappointing. Oh well. To make the most of the upcoming double lynch and avoid losing the game I think we need to go into information sharing mode. So here goes...
I am The Chef, I poisoned King_Cosmos. (It was something he ate)
During the day the chef may prepare a poisoned meal for a player, that player will die the next night. Doing this requires a vial of poison.
On day 3 the way Cosmos was acting made him a bit of a wildcard and I was very concerned about him, while Enginish had done nothing visibly wrong in my opinion. Although a potentially useful human the only valid point Cosmos had to make against Enginish was the fact the wolf kill was blocked, which could have been coincidental or a manipulation. I didn't really know where to stand so in order to avoid killing the "wrong" person my brilliant idea was that both should die... just to be safe. Lynch vote was on Enginish and so I poisoned Cosmos... and then the day ended.
Funny story: Because we both narrowly avoided the fallout from Enginish's lynch protection Cosmos later messaged me to say he believed I was probably human. Little did he know I had already murdered him... yeah replying to that felt a bit awkward. He also explained his role to me, and it turned out that "wildcard" was a pretty accurate description of his role too.
Key points to note:
- Copying was a daytime action. Enginish losing his role was a seperate event as he still had that overnight in order to scan me.
- He copied the Vigilante role. He controlled the vigilante role. Unless Lucas was the real Vigilante then there were 2 protections active on night 2. Either way this opens up all sorts of possibilities.
Enginish knew the name of my role so the "thinks it was something he ate" was a bit of a giveaway. He seemed satisfied with my full disclosure but for security he had already passed his suspicion on to Cise.
Cise is the Grave Robber. He had taken the vial of poison from Lysk and attempted to use it on Enginish but supposedly had a change of heart and started talking to him. While the poison wasn't completely ineffective I'm guessing the reason it wasn't fatal was because Cise doesn't have the appropriate role.
Aquila is supposedly The Conductor. She admitted this to Cise who has passed it onto a couple others. The Conductor is reportedly the person that confiscated Enginish's role so I don't know why she would admit this to anyone. I get the sense that she and Cosmos were cooperating, but I don't understand why she would confiscate Enginish's role so early in the game and then leave us to try and figure out if Enginish is telling the truth about his role being stolen.
[sent from Cise to Enginish, relayed to me]:
Ok. It may be a long shot, but chug all the holy water you have and tell martin your going to pray to what ever god you have. It could save your life. Aquilla is the conductor, who, for whatever reason just admitted to me.
Cybercritic is supposedly another poisoner. If he didn't know that I poisoned Cosmos I don't know why he would admit this to me so easily. The reason he trusts Aquila is because he supposedly poisoned Skyentist, Aquila and Cosmos knew about this so if they were wolves then Skyentist wouldn't have been murdered overnight. Acting as if I didn't know who killed Cosmos I asked why I should trust him, and why he targeted Skyentist.
Aquila has so far failed to respond and provide corroboration, or give me a reason for why Cybercritic should be trusted.