Not an official one just to add narrativium for that particular murder - they're actually not at all important as to who's doing what - that is consistent throughout. As you pointed out Teatime had a marble eye but that doesn't really influence anything. You're all effectively creating the scenarios, I'm just making them plausible, so the 'backstory' is merely justification of your choices. You already knew Teatime is a prime suspect so I haven't really told you anything at all - I was simply grinding some chili and I had a mortar and pestle - both made of marble, when they whacked me. I didn't realise I was being clever, just setting up a consistent crime scene for you by doing an activity suitable for an alchemist - grinding something or other down to experiment with...
The only object of the game is to find out who's playing Teatime and Pin - you don't have to find any clues for the actual murder because you already know who's dunnit but you don't know which player they're posing as during the voting phases - same goes for the cops so in the 1st voting round all you knew was your own status and that 2 of you are killers who know each other.
I didn't want to lose a cop so early in the game so that was my reason for saying Lady V could come in subject an unplayed part being available. Availability is a big deal in this and unfortunately cols suffered for that by not being in until the very end, so one key role was wasted in effect - same criteria applies STILL to TL no matter who got voted off and still could. It could be a citizen, cop or killer role.
I knew at least one of those players would be salvagable after the vote & so it has turned out - that remaining part (TLs) might
still have a key role attached to it (or not) and only the killers know that one option's out of the question don't they?
So everyone else except the killers still
knows nothing about who's a cop or a normal citizen - they have 4 people to choose from and they won't make a mistake unless the Librarian happens to be protecting the target - who could still be any one of the 4 remaining non-killers...
The only way to solve it is to wait until the results are in
, find out if there's been a kill and take it from there - 2 or 3 surviving players still
won't know who the target was unless there's no kill made
- in that case the killers and
the Librarian will know for certain that the cop survived and is still not identifiable to the killers, who in turn will then know that their target isn't
the cop as they can
It's a logic game of random elimination and your odds change with every vote and every killing.