Consigliere/Witch: Your target is an officer who has eye for details. They must be an Detective!
Goal: Town Goals
Wins With: Town Goals
Must Kill: Town Goals
Messages: (They appear when you check someone)
Your target seems to be covered in flammable liquid. They must be doused in gas!
Your target has wrong information that wasn't made by them. They must have forged will!
Your target seems to have something suspicious that doesn't belong to them. They must be framed!
Your target is scared and doesn't want to talk. They must be blackmailed!
Your target is doing something that they have no control over. They must be witched!
Your target doesn't look too good. They must be poisoned!
Your target acts funny and moves around frantictly. They must be hexed!
Your target belives in false information. They must be hypnotized!
You can't find anything unusual in your target. (If they have no effects)
Lore: No ideas. Might make later.
Discussion: Detective sounds similliar to Investigator, if you got any ideas for a better role name - don't hestitate to suggest it. If you want to get more organized in that discussion, or you have lots of spare time, you maybe even can make some lore - beacuse why the heck not?
If this role were to be more useful, it would probably need another mechanic. At the moment the detective can't even see roleblocks, which could be useful. The detective really needs to be able to see more things, or maybe it could use another mechanic.
It's kind of dependent on roles in order for it to be better than a Spy Bug. It needs arsonist, hex master, framer, hypnotist, or forger. Also I suggest adding in all the messages spies would see along with the new messages that this role would see.
Things to add:
- Roleblock messages?
- Janitor cleans (redundant, but needed considering this role is supposed to see effects)
Let this view all the special effects and then maybe, but it just seems like a stronger Spy bug, which really isn't saying much. I don't see this having much applications, what are you supposed to do with the information of someone being doused outside from saying "oh no, there's an arso!"? Most people would come out with these results anyways (RB, poisoned, witched). Just don't think this is very useful.