I think doctor (making them reappear) is the most likely role based on the flavour, otherwise I would be in favour of No Lynching - in a completely vanilla game where you can't no lynch, town is actually less likely to win than if they start from 5-2. I think that people have been missing each others' points on this - the question is whether 5-2 is a better position to start the game in for town than 6-2 is.
I'm going to do my usual 'what has everyone done so far?' thing - it sometimes draws out lurkers:
cjdrum - not much content yet, started a readthrough this morning, thinks no lynching day 1 being the best thing to do would imply a broken setup (I don't get this?) Overall - lurkerish.
a-wan - offers reasonably priced chicken, thinks that no lynch is a discussion killer and would result in day 2 effectively being day 1 (I agree, the question here is whether 5-2 is actually a better position to start the game in than 6-2). Votes greenlover for supporting a no lynch, which amuses me because those two were arguing at the end of last turbo - it seems to be continuing.
I think the vote is premature, and that supporting a No Lynch can be a mistake as well as a scumtell. Will see whether the vote stays on if somebody else does something scummy. Overall - neutral/very slightly scummy
greenlover - suggests no lynching because we're more likely to hit scum at 5-2 than 6-2. Response to a-wan's vote was measured and reasonable. Not much content yet. Overall neutral, but slightly lurkerish.
Misnomer - confirms in an epic way. Doesn't think No Lynch is a good idea day 1. Votes for GoP 'on a hunch' and for soft-suggesting No Lynch. Same comment as for a-wan's vote. Overall - neutral/very slightly scummy
Gopher of Pern - decent speculation on the set-up and whether to lynch. Explains why we might not lynch to Paimon. Thinks the magicians might have unusual roles. Thinks that Adam H could be suspicious for misinterpreting the opening flavour (I don't think he is, and the cautious phrasing from GoP pings me slightly - sort of like trying to start a bandwagon without taking responsibility for the consequences). Responds decently to Misnomer's vote. Accuses Adam H of 'flinging my minor accusation back onto me', which I don't see? :S Stands by the accusation - personally I think it was quite clearly Adam H saying that he shouldn't be considered suspicious for not knowing what was going on, rather than intended as an attack on GoP. Keeps asking for content from people. Overall - this is an interesting one because there's lots of positive content, but also a few suspicious things. Neutral.
Paimon - No real content until last post, has just been enquiring/disagreeing with ideas put forward. Votes for Adam H based on the fact that he voted for No Lynch and nobody seems worse than him so far. Overall - new, hard to get a read.
Adam H - New player, a few questions etc. that imply he doesn't know what's going on. Says it would seem more suspicious if he did know what was going on (at least that's how I interpret it). An odd post where he votes for No Lynch, after previously saying he would agree with a-wan if he said we shouldn't decide to No Lynch? Overall - some weird stuff, no real good content yet. Slightly Scummy.
And wow, I went into that trying very hard not to do my usual thing of finding everyone townie, and I came out with everyone being scummy instead.
Calibration error. Well here's my (very early) order from town to scum:
1. Gopher of Pern
4. Adam H
I don't have enough content to judge Paimon or cjdrum yet.
To be honest, I don't think anyone's been particularly townie yet this game. GoP has perhaps been the most townie, but there have been a couple of slightly suspicious things that hold me back.