Well, clearly not enough people agree with me on weiy, and he's apparently not playing anymore or something, so...unvote
So many problems. So many. I don't know where to start. How about at the beginning?
D1: nothing of consequence. normally means either scum or power role, but since the day ended early, I can't really conclude anything from it. (Although the lack of any votes at all still pings me a tiny bit.)
D2: starts out not saying much. Fruitlessly asks me questions a couple of times:
So... b.i.o., what kind of explanation do you have for that instalynch?
So... b.i.o. either had some sort of posting restriction happen to him, or is pretending he did. And... that's all we know for sure. Well durn. Seriously, bio, can you not say anything about this?
Has one lengthy post, but upon reading it appears that there's actuallly not much there. There's some discussion of the animal restrictions (which had gone away at that point), and then there's some discussion of the color stuff, and then he says he'll post more later.
His last post is short, states the obvous ("it looks like there's been a mini bandwagon against tim"), and wasn't very close to the end of the day. Still no votes or anything at all.
At this point, I was mildly suspicious of Krong. He hadn't said much, but he'd been active enough not to be one of the really bad lurkers, and he hadn't expressed any strong opinions or voted for anyone, despite there being things to express opinions about.
D3: It starts with the claim. I have a real problem with this claim. It got us very little information and the claimed role could work equally well as town or scum. I also don't like that the primary outcome of this claim seemed to be that we shouldn't trust cop results, because their investigations might be redirected. While I do thing it's valuable to know there's a chance of an investigation being wrong, the fact that it was specifically singled out here pings me.
His next post starts making some claims and assumptions I don't like at all:
A redirect doesn't seem like a particularly townie power... the only good use I could think of would be redirecting scumkills on the person who used them.
This seems like an okay town role to me...it's sort of a combination doctor/vig, and it's entirely likely that the role, if it exists, has subleties you don't know about.
I think that what I saw came from scum
There *were* only two kills last night, but there's no other real evidence to support this. It's entirely possible this game has a vig or sk. We've only gone through one night where people could use actions.
Probably the same goes for BoomFrog; since scum would have reason to be afraid of kills from the other scum team, they likely wouldn't want abilities intended for others on one of their own.
This assumes redirection is two-way, which as far as I know you have no evidence for.
Finally in this post, there's the "I find mpolo and bio scummy" thing, which bothers me because we're easy targets. Me obviously, and Adam H and BF just voted for mpolo, so that argument's already been made.
His final post goes back to the colors thing, and then spouts off a theory that happens to suggest weiy is more likely to be town:
Which would indicate that other primary lynch options (like b.i.o. or weiyaoli) are probably not purple scum, but town or sapphire scum.
(I'm included for good measure.) Since I happen to still believe weiy is scum, my guess is that Krong and weiy are on a scum team together.
Basically, the tl;dr on all of this is that Krong lurked a lot, and (much more importantly) had basically no opinions on anything up until today. Today his opinions are safe ones. And throughout every post today, he's been making assumptions that I think are completely ungrounded, which prime other people to believe the same thing much more easily. So I'm suspicious.
Also, all of this discussion is predicated on Krong telling the truth about there being a redirector. We have absolutely no independent confirmation of that, and I dislike accepting it as fact until then.