Converted Class: The Illusionist/The Apostle
This class excels at communication; she has the power to use Telepathy to reveal information during the day without revealing herself and to use Link Minds to communicate with known Blue Dragon members, for discussing tactics and for information you can reveal. Your Misdirect ability is very useful when you know, for sure, that your target is guilty of treason.
|Telepathy||Day||2||Telepathically send a message to everyone; they will not know who sent it.|
|Misdirect||Day||2||Force a player to accuse another player of Treason.|
|Link Minds||Night||∞||Link your mind with another's, allowing you to anonymously talk to them for the rest of the night. (2 seconds delay)|
- Using Link Minds with a known Blue Dragon member can help the two of you know who to trust, and you can trade information, which can be revealed safely during the day with Telepathy. You cannot Link Minds with another Psychic, people in Jail, and people who have been reaped.
- You should not expect players you Link Minds with to claim their class to you. Even though you are, currently, a member of the Blue Dragon doesn't mean you can't be converted. The same logic applies for you; you should never claim your name.
- You should use Telepathy to reveal crucial information you have learned using Link Minds.
- Misdirect can be used to gain an extra vote against an evil when there aren't enough Blue Dragon left, or used to prove that you haven't been converted.
Class Lore: Mental Transience Exemplified!However you look at the Blue Dragon, you can never deny the resourcefulness of their allies. With no help from the divine, they look to the gifts within the best of humanity. Case-in-point, the Psychic maintains the gift of mental manipulation. Trained from birth to control their gifts, their mental capacity allows them to bypass the spies and stealth of the Blue Dragon's enemies to create a beneficent and noteworthy communication network.
Of course, while detailed and extravagant scripts from their targets may be out of the question, they understand the very heart of their motivations and can manipulate them to a degree. While the true extent of their powers is more malevolent in nature, they are trained not to provoke the court, so as to be accepted; a mind-reader would be a terrible thing to fear.
--Reported by Magnasword2, Loremaster
Night Room: Castle Exterior - Astral Projection