Shielder would have been referred to as Shielder of Red due to successful use of an ability. Assassin's success or lack of success is irrelevant here.Homura wrote:What? Let's say I'm Shielder of Red, in round 1 I randomly use my ability on ezethan of Black, and ezethan happens to be the target of Assassin, and the confrontation between ezethan and Assassin is included in Night 1. Will then everyone know team Red has a Shielder? Or the failed assassination won't be mentioned at all, so neither will the Shielder be.RailWarrior wrote:I mean, no one else's description says that either, so why is Ruler being singled out? I treated each class in the same manner.
Let us suppose there was indeed an Avenger of Black who named WankoMC and targeted houreki. Now consider the situation where Assassin of Red kills WankoMC. The actions are resolved as follows (because Assassin, as mentioned, has the lowest possible priority)Also in Night 2, Avenger of Red (houreki)'s death could have been caused by the ability of Avenger of Black, with Black Assassin choosing not to kill. Let's say the Black Avenger sent you the name "WankoMC" at the start of game, and later (in round 2) he sent you the name "houreki". By Avenger's ability, the time Wanko dies, houreki dies too.
0) All other abilities are resolved.
1) Assassin of Red kills WankoMC
2) Avenger of Black kills houreki
3) Assassin of Black kills ___ (let's say Assassin also targets houreki)
Now, if houreki dies, to an outside observer, this can be due to either Avenger or Assassin. That means if houreki dies in this case, Avenger must be mentioned in the scenario; otherwise, there is no way to deduce the killer.
But, Avenger was not mentioned, so that means it's possible to deduce the killer with just the information provided. So it could only have been Assassin of Black.