Converted Class: The Nightwatch/The Seeker
Although the Observer can obtain information easily, you may have a difficult time convincing others that you are a member of the Blue Dragon.
His investigative abilities are some of the best in the game -- he will have to balance his discoveries while not revealing himself too much. If opposing factions discover that he is an Observer, he will probably be found dead or converted by morning.
|Follow||Night||∞||Observe a player to see who visits them and who they visited at night.|
|Window Peek||Night||2||Discover's a player's faction.|
- Your class is perhaps one of the most important classes in the game. However, your class is also easy to fake - and it may take some time to convince people that you're an Observer and not an enemy just pretending to be one!
- Keep the results of your investigative abilities in your in-game journal. Your journal will be released when you are dead, providing a vital clue to the living to deduct who is the enemy.
- The best way to convince someone that you are actually the Observer is to read out the main points of your journal, or even copy and paste the whole thing, but this is frowned upon by some.
- Your Window Peek ability is very useful to deduce who in the game is an ally. It is recommended to use this ability early.
Lore: The Birds & The Believes
The faithful Observer is always in the hawk's nest. The Blue Dragon have long trained those who have the ability to see whether that be as a magician or a sightseer - even Psychics! The kingdom will often employ those in the habits of bird watching or, in the rare occasion, those who spy on their fellow townsfolk. The key to an Observer's craft is patience and an acute affinity with our avian feathered friends. An Observer, in the employ of The King, is required to have a sharp mind, analytical prowess and attention to detail.
Known as the eyes of the King, the Observer serves as a deterrent for all matters of injustice - either through their testimony or his journal. Although most deem the Observer as “untrustworthy”, mainly due to their penchant of looking in the rooms of the Prince or Princess for less-than-noble reasons. As such, proving his status to other members of the court has become a tiring, but necessary, part of his schedule - one which a Converted Unseen Nightwatch often uses to their unique advantage.
-- Reported by Magnasword2, Loremaster
Night Room: Observer's Room