Nice! I was beginning to doubt our decision on e_e.
It looks like I've got some wine splashed on my by the last posts of e_e. however, I know nothing is going to be claimed on me (unless a false claim, which would not make much sense) so I'm going to assume now that I'm a confirmed town, which you can accept yourself once everyone has posted.
It makes more sense that we had a successful doctor, as I really doubt Misnomer caused enough trouble to be targeted by both. Also, I'm looking back at some posts which seemed all right but given the results seem a little worrying. Not terribly worrying, as they make perfect sense as town also. However, one of them could be an attempt for the second wolf to associate me with e_e.
Ibarra wrote:This looks like you're making an excuse to vote e_e later. If someone is more suspicious than the reset for you then vote them.
However, they then explicitly asked me to explain what I suddenly realized. This wouldn't fit much with my thoughts.
a-wan wrote:I didn't suspect Lorenz at all until the "sudden realization" about e_e without any explanation as to what he thought the scum tells were.
One thought is this. It seems possible that if one of e_e or Lorenz is scum then so is the other. The problem is that if they're both scum, I think they're on the same team, so if we lynch one of them, we might want to consider investigating someone else so that we can hunt down a different scum team.
They then went ahead and voted me, and nominated webby rather than e_e. However, they then quickly changed vote to e_e, which looks good.
Roband wrote:This screams of "oh-god-they-caught-my-partner-I-better-not-associate-myself". Congratulations, you're next on my scum list
This is the one I worry the most about. It's a much more direct accusation and could have gotten more people to go against me. However, they did vote e_e somewhat early and pushed hard against e_e also.
So basically, I set out to investigate those posts and convinced myself that they weren't so scummy. I will do a more in depth analysis of the whole day later.