Remi, I'd think it was fairly obvious. I even explained it during day phase two;
Right now, we have 10 people remaining. In a 13 player game, 2 or 3 of them are likely to be evil, thought how many we don't know. Already, that's 20-30% of the player base. Keep in mind that we need to have the votes united among more that 50% of the players to even get a kill. Numbers are out biggest advantage, and taking risks that dwindle that advantage seems unwise. Yes, we could get a new power for the good guys, but it's equally likely the bad guys could end up with an ability that gives them an extra kill, or even worse, recruit one of our own to their side.
That was my argument before I learned a few posts ago that exploring the dungeon can also be deadly to our party. Now it seems like an even worse idea. Every day we continue, especially without a kill, we risk losing another good guy while the bad guys get stronger.
As for why I'm looking at you specifically, the vote to explore, the fact that you haven't decisively voted on a player yet, despite your argument that we need to, are all good signs to me. On top of that, You've claimed to be our healer from day one, which makes me kind of curious how you're even still alive. If I was a bad guy, the person claiming healer would be my first target, the only exception to that being if another player made a suggestion that they were a role akin to the Seer.
That said, the power you described sounds believable. Either you're making an excellent fake claim (which is within your abilities, I know how smart you are), or you might actually be an ally. I'd be willing to change my vote is someone can give me a good reason or if it makes the difference between the party getting a kill or not.
Honestly, if everyone thinks that I'm lying, you should probably just kill me. Once my alignment is revealed, hopefully the good guys will take my opinions under consideration before it's too late. Contrary to what you believe, I'm not afraid to die in this game. I've already lost my roleplay victory the moment our Trump goblin (AKA my undying love) scampered out of the thread.
On that same note, can we all take a moment to applaud Derwaysh? He had the option to make a false claim, and instead, he completely owned his real role as a greedy goblin, played it hilariously, and still won. That is off the chain.