I've given my reason, Freeky, and I hope the fact that I've been acting to benefit the citizens' winning has been clear. I've been wrong, yeah, but so has everyone here.
I did point out that the people who didn't vote for Pho were suspicious, myself included. I gave my reason, and I stick by it, and I'll be revisiting that reason after the INEVITABLE AWESOME VICTORY OF THE CITIZENS. Actually, Ippie's failure to convincingly argue why he didn't vote for Pho is what led me to cast my vote against him (the first vote against him, for the record, so you know I wasn't going with the flow to stay alive).
Anyone still alive is a suspect, even though statisically they're not likely to actually be the Spider. But if we're just throwing accusations around, Freeky, why are you so keen to determine who is next to go when we haven't even found out if Dok's our man yet?
It's a clever foundation you're working on. Last round, you voted for me and said you thought I was the Spider even after it was clear Joh'Nyx would be going, without even giving a reason. So now it's already in people's heads. Now, you're re-establishing the distrust with a reason, in spite of me having already addressed it, to further sew that seed. I can expect that if, somehow, Dok is not the Spider, that next round I'll be the target you focus on in hopes to get support. Sounds exactly like how a Spider would divert attention.
BUT - I'm not accusing you of being the Spider. Like I said, everyone still around is a suspect. What I'm doing is making it clear that any action, significant or not, can be used as evidence against someone. Cudgel pointed this out right before getting sent out (so, clearly, it's smart of me to use this proven ineffective technique
Man this game is fun.