The Professor took in the sight at Luna's house, her face full of grief. She knew how this looked. With so few in town that knew her, she knew what was going to happen next. She says a small prayer for the innocent woman and heads into town, hoping they will listen to reason this time around. Walking into the square, Strangefate's words touch her ears and she is hardly surprised. With the turn of events as they were, she couldn't blame him. Stepping forward, there is no mistaking the sadness on her face. "Luna's fate was a tragedy. One I had hoped to avoid..."
The Professor pulled back her cloak, revealing the collar of the cloth underneath, "I had feared, with her zealous speech the previous night, she would be an easy fall back for the villain's to hide under and I had hoped to not prove her own innocence, but my own. As I had tried to explain yesterday, The more information we get early on the better. Strangefate is right about the villains having the advantage. I did not want to give myself away so early, as to provide the Seer, should they still be with us, some cover.
"Luna's death tells me that my vagueness convinced the Vampire's I was indeed the Seer and saw Luna as a Werewolf. I say Vampires, because it would make no sense for the Wolves to attack a Vampire at night, since they have night immunity. Assuming that is true, it means the Werewolves didn't get a kill in last night. Either James gave them a bad case of food poisoning or whoever was attacked was protected."
She paused, letting that all sink in, hoping the village would see her logic. "Lynching me, however, will get us nowhere. Since the villains have forced my hand, I'll be using my holy water this evening and as such, I'd like to nominate Blythe. My reasoning: I'd like to be sure our Sheriff has our best intentions in hand when it comes down to a tie."