I think everyone's been identified by now, but just to make it official:
Beguile's Mistress - Miracle Max
Dim Hon - Buttercup
Falanor - Fezzik
Geeklet - Vizzini
James Moriarty - Count Rugen (The Six-Fingered Man)
Josietta - The Impressive Clergyman
Kyrsa - The Albino
Leorobin - Prince Humperdinck
Remiel - Inigo Montoya
persephone325 - Westley
That Girl Analise - Florin Peasant
Day One - That Girl Analise, a Florin Peasant, is lynched.
Night One - Geeklet (Vizzini the Spy) checks Kyrsa and discovers that she is a Villain.
Falanor (Fezzik the Giant) protects himself.
The Villains target persephone325, aka Westley. This automatically activates Miracle Max's ability and both Westley and Buttercup are saved.
Day Two - Leorobin, aka Prince Humperdinck, is lynched.
Night Two - Geeklet checks persephone325 and learns that she is an Innocent.
Falanor protects Kyrsa.
The Villains target Beguile's Mistress, aka Miracle Max.
Remiel (Inigo the Spaniard) targets James Moriarty, aka Count Rugen, the Six-Fingered Man. (
Day Three - Kyrsa, aka The Albino, is lynched and the Innocents win the game.
Now, I knew the game was heavy on the special roles -- this was something of an experiment -- and lots of special roles traditionally makes things harder for the villains. But looking over the summary it seems more like the villains just had all the bad luck and the innocents had all the good (though more people still would have been better, so if I run this setting again I'll try for fifteen people at least). Thoughts? Opinions? Rantings and ravings?