Hmm, this is really pretty much a coinflip decision. GoP was very active and decisive day 1, which is usually a town tell from him (although he didn't really propose any new ideas that could actually work). Lorenz seems different to usual (but actually more townie). The question is whether that outweighs my theory about what happened last night, particularly in regards to the roleblock.
Unfortunately, I can't make any progress without asking Silknor what he did.
He wasn't active enough for me to work that out from his posts. I think I have a theory that is almost as likely as the other one about what happened last night:
Lorenz scum, kills Silknor, tries to kill me or GoP, roleblocks me.
GoP cops me.
Silknor tries to poison someone.
I try to poison someone.
The question is whether a townie GoP would choose to cop and whether there were other falseclaims he could have chosen if he was scum. I think it's a reasonable enough move as town to cop someone - it wasn't something anyone else seemed likely to do, so he avoids accidentally roleblocking another townie. Even if he knew it would just lead to this situation, at least he improves town's chance to 1/2 instead of 1/3. As scum, it's an interesting move because it confirms a townie, but Lorenz felt GoP was suspicious anyway, so it was probably going to come down to GoP vs Lorenz if it was us three left anyway. There were other falseclaims (such as a protect or an attempted kill/poison) that he could have chosen as scum
Lorenz actually seemed reasonably townie day 1 - he could easily have left the votes as they were, which would have been the more normal scum move, rather than coming in and offering to vote at the last minute. But then again GoP did similar with his vote for Lorenz, which was unnecessarily drawing attention to himself.
So yeah, the above doesn't give me anything - almost a coinflip.
In the end the only thing I can see that makes a difference is that there's one extra possibility for scum GoP than for scum Lorenz - GoP could have roleblocked Lorenz. Given that Lorenz had expressed suspicion of GoP, I think that's plausible. Circumstantial evidence, yes, but it's all I really have:Vote: Gopher of Pern