You and Petrus keep bringing up the playing style of Artemis and it really seems like anything you're asking will just push the explanation closer to revealing her identity. You can insist you don't want her identity all you want, but the explanations you're asking for would require her identity to satisfy it. Others were able to figure things out, I'm surprised the two of you haven't, so I was also waiting for you and Petrus to put two and two together. To be honest, the two of you are usually more fun during these games and I haven't seen the fun side, you've both been kind of serious and somewhat smug and sarcastic, so I haven't felt much like responding to you. It seems you and your friend Petrus have tunnel vision on me and I was hoping it would go away as I prove myself with my actions. However, at this point, I do believe if the cloaked killer killed me at night and I was declared Einherjar in the morning, you and Petrus would claim that Odin is lying to us and try to vote him out. I did think of something today and I wondered if you and Petrus haven't been suspicious of me from the beginning due to a conversation in a pub, a real pub where D&D was discussed over mead. I really hope your suspicions haven't been based on that conversation... Not to mention, some of your questions keep repeating. I think I've answered the question about why I came forward with the play when I did a couple times, but here it is again: I thought there were two investigators and bringing the info forward would either warn people we were up against something that needed two or warn a real investigator in case the claims were fake. That investigator would be able to expose them, hopefully through finding some safe anonymous way to announce that they were the investigator. Also further discussion could be had about being up against two factions or a bunch of neutrals, or even a cult and if something else showed up strange in Night Action results, people could bring forward further evidence to anything strange. The timing of the play was actually suggested by Gofraid the Foog.
And there would be absolutely no hard feelings if that ends up happening. Whatever side you are on, we're already dead anyway.
It would be hard to lynch a claimed investigator. Unfortunately, I'm in the position to know that the disorientation doesn't mean I'm not Einherjar, but it'll be good to see what happens after you guys figure it out, from the after-afterlife.
I get the feeling she is just stuck. She's super smart and wouldn't play this bold if she were a Servant of Loki.
We shall see, yes. And I would understand if I was lynched considering everything that has been revealed today.