Remiel's expression betrayed his visible annoyance, but really, he couldn't blame them. It was his own damn fault. He should have kept his damn mouth shut; he should have never mentioned the informal agreement he had made with Blythe. There had been a very good reason for the agreement, as everyone was soon to find out.
"I assure you, I am neither werewolf nor vampire," he said, struggling to his feet. "In fact, voting to lynch me would be very, very bad for the village. I was really hoping to avoid this, but it seems that you lot have left me no choice. Very well, if I am to go the way of Madame Professor, I can at least do some good with my swan song."
"I am forced to reveal that I am, in fact, the Bodyguard," said Remiel. "The first night, not knowing who was innocent and who was not, I opted to protect myself. The second night, after Madame Professor so boldly accused LunaLilith, I realized that she was on the village's side. I chose to protect her. I had thought she was the Seer at the time, although we now know her to be the Priest. I believe I successfully protected her from an attack, that night. Remember that there was only one death."
"The third night, I attempted to protect Madame Professor again. However, in the morning, she turned up dead. I didn't understand how this could be, until ThatRPGuy explained that if both the vampires and the werewolves target the same person, that person cannot be saved by my ability. So that's what must have happened; the werewolves and the vampires both attacked Madame Professor. Which explains why there was also one death last night."
"I suspected Blythe of being a werewolf due to something he said, but because of the ill-fated agreement, I could not vote for him. That's why I changed my vote from Madame Professor to no lynching. I knew that Madame Professor was telling the truth about being the priest, even though most of you--" he stared hard at Ceralilly and Rafiki--"thought she was lying."
"Once Blythe was revealed, I next suspected yugi006 of being the next werewolf. However, based on some very recent conversations, I no longer think that he's guilty. Indeed, I think that Ceralilly is a werewolf lurking in our midst, and our village would do well to be rid of her."