Okay, I’ve definitely read through most of what has been said, and here are my thoughts tho.
First off, we should def keep in mind that at the start of the game, there were 3 mafia (Alien, Detective, Politician). We lynched the Alien successfully, and considering how the phase post worded, there is a possibility that the Politician could’ve misfired on the Detective. If that’s the case, there should only be 1 maf left at the best (2 at most), which means there’s a high likelihood that we lynch a town today, considering we still have 7 people left
Now my reads:
Johnny - leaning Town - I honestly don’t think that he’s hiding something, I disagree with GP that something is up with him. His posts definitely looks sensible, and despite that he incriminates me, it has its basis, considering I haven’t done much in this game to convince you that I’m town.
Spaget - honestly null, I don’t know, majority of her posts haven’t been telling, it’s usually most on null reads, but I’m putting her as town for now.
Magi - confirmed Town (Angel) I don’t think I need to say more
Desox - null (slightly leaning scum), Desox hasn’t said much in this game, other than him lynching Magi
Aaron - null (slightly leaning scum), Same case with Desox, Aaron hasn’t put much down to convince me he’s town, but then again, hasn’t done anything to convince me that he’s scum.
GP - leaning Town, again mostly by statistics, considering on how proactive he is, my gut is telling me that he’s mostly likely town.
I’m interested though in what GP said about Magi tho, that he town-reads Magi. I mean, shouldn’t Magi already be confirmed town at this point (as the Angel)? Nevertheless tho, I do agree with GP that Desox and Aaron have been quiet, with most of my suspicions towards Desox.
I also want to address, since no one has done so, that we have an Autocrat in the game. He may be dead, maybe not, but the only thing that the OP says about him is that he wins with Town, but in EM, he takes the town win, and makes it his solo win, so we could probably still need to keep an eye out for him.