aage wrote:Iron Butterfly wrote:DoomYoshi wrote:aage wrote:Seems more like a roleblock to me.
What's clear is that we have two killers. I suppose Strike won't tell us but I'd be interested who our dead bodyguard was protecting, because he obviously was successful.
Basic rule is that everyone targets the claimed ppls. Most likely, he was bodyguarding commander.
Pure speculation. While I can agree with the logic there is no proof.
Knowing who was saved serves no purpose either. The bodyguard saved Comm9 ...so what?? There can be any number of WIFOM arguments made on why Comm9 was not the bodyguard target. Again so what?
If he didn't protect Comm9, someone else was not one of the killers. Surely that is valuable information. I'm surprised I haven't been accused of rolefishing yet.
Iron Butterfly wrote:I do not follow your logic Aage.
This is no longer relevant, but:
If sniper protected someone else rather than commander9, and Neb would still have watched commander9, KGB would've walked as town because he didn't try to kill commander9. Since he did protect comm9, and Neb did, KGB doesn't because he did.