“Well, that’s all I have. I can’t make a stronger argument then I did. If AffablyEvil protected EmyKat last night then I’m positive it’s KatKwik. And that makes sense too. AffablyEvil already voiced suspicion of me so KatKwik probably figured she’d lynch me this round easy. It would have been harder for her to convince AffablyEvil to lynch EmyKat out of the blue. Basically, AffablyEvil, you’re going by the fact you protected her in a round where there were probably two monsters still alive (SunshineSparkle and KatKwik) and you thought there was only one. Looking back, the person killed the night previous to that was a special villager, Silver. She could have easily been the diseased villager, preventing KatKwik from killing anyone. Which means it hardly guarantees she's innocent like you seem to think. You've provided excellent cover for her though. I would have named her earlier otherwise and Leorobin probably would have as well.
"And If I was the vampire why didn't I try to kill you? KatKwik not doing so makes sense because you've been defending her and declaring her innocence -- I would have had no reason not to target you.”
“But if you decide to hang me anyways, then I hope you get lucky and block her in the night phase again. That way you’ll have one more round and an obvious choice. I suspect that’s why she was trying to cast suspicion on EmyKat right now. In case it comes down to another lynching. If you don’t get lucky then the villagers lose the game, plain and simple. Obviously I hope you and EmyKat vote to hang KatKwik. Not to save myself but because I’d like us not to lose. If it’s a tie, she’ll break it in her favor as sheriff, so make a clear choice either way."
"I hope you at least consider your vote over the next few hours. It may be the last one cast and a lot of mistakes have been made this game by jumping to rash conclusions on little to no evidence. I've laid out my argument and I think it's logical, whereas I think going by who you protected in a round with two monsters left and a special villager killed the previous night is flawed. At least look over the last few rounds and our voting patterns and arguments, and consider things. This is very likely our last chance to save the village."