Daenym (hi-5 co-MVP <3) said most of what I had to say, but I wanted to point out a few things and talk about early-game a bit. First:
Night 3: The Epic Let’s Players unite. Brammi tries again to kill a Penny Arcadian, but it turns out that Qwerty has been lying and LadySalamence is not infact a PA. Engineer, on the other hand, correctly aims at one of his enemies - and hits a BPV. Dogfish rands Soultorrent and the Penny Arcadians use their kill to finish Brammi off. Notably, Dogfish’s rand of Soultorrent costs wick the game.
Day 4: The lynch Jalmont never let me hear the end of. In the battle of Jalmont vs. Daenym, majority WAS reached on Jalmont. However, Jalmont maintains that Engineer Pikachu would have changed his vote and discounted a Jalmont voter. I find it highly unlikely that this would have happened, but you can believe what you wanna believe.
N3: I was TERRIFIED that Engineer had mentioned to someone that Cypher's BPV was broken; had he done so Cypher would have almost certainly died and we would have lost what little lynch control we had. Thankfully I guess he never mentioned it so as far as anyone knew as long as I was alive Cypher was protected so I got to play the martyr for my team and draw Dogfish's last kill.
D4: I have no idea why Jalmont would have thought that. For one, Engineer couldn't have negated one of our votes during the day; it was a night role -_- And like Walrein mentioned, lynching a LPer went directly against his WC since he needed to kill 3 of us himself and there were only 4 of us left (tbh I don't really like that style of WC for a neutral, but that's more of a minor quibble than anything).
Anyway, I saw that I had the uniter role for the faction and decided that it was for the best that I stepped up to lead. I agonized over having Cypher do it with me basically ghosting for him since he was the one with the BPV, but I figured that if someone talked to him while I wasn't on to tell him what to do it could be disastrous. So I stepped up and IIRC I got claims from Engineer and Dummy, then once the day started Daenym claimed after inspecting me and DLE also claimed. I trusted Daenym most out of any of my claims but didn't give him any info about the rest of the team until like N2-D2 out of paranoia, but I guess this strategy worked out because Engineer was my second most trusted until we inspected him and Dummy died. I did, however, give Engineer my full role PM, revealing Cypher as my twin which was a stupid move on my part, especially when, after we inspected him, I tried to manipulate him into thinking that TL was my twin completely forgetting about the fact that I sent him my PM -_- Oh well, it all worked out.
Anyway, kok lynch was basically a matter of convenience; the three leaders that were on decided to lynch the 4th who wasn't since "well it's not me/one of my faction so it's fine by me" so sorry kok! Then Tsuk claimed but wasn't willing to give me much info other than the fact that he was a thief, so I had Daenym inspect him expecting him to be the mole... and whaddaya know, he was our thief. We had already decided that DLE was a mole, and I was now 99% certain I could trust Daenym (I think it was this day that I finally gave him sheet access) so the mole came down to Engineer or Dummy, and tbch like I pointed out I was leaning towards Dummy being the mole because Engineer's role was just so much more useful (I hadn't noticed the whole "role would serve well against the faction he's against" thing). Then we ended up lynching DLE thinking he was the wolf fsr (still not sure how that happened, had I known he wasn't wolf I would have tried to lynch someone else for sure), and we accidentally fucked up his von Karma since I had Engineer negate his vote the night before thinking that he would be voting against us. Shame too, since had the lynch been redirected DF would have lost his LPV, which would have changed a lot on D4.
So von Karma saves billy, and we inspect Engineer, knowing full well that either he or Dummy is the mole. Next day comes, Dummy died and flips clean while Daenym forwards me Engineer's neutral PM. Well, shit. Still thinking billy is the wolf we lynch him and :O when he turns up as a Pokemon Website, and then I give Engineer access to a fake sheet saying that a bunch of random people are the other LPers, which could have worked amazingly... except Engineer already knew that Cypher was my twin since I had already forwarded to him my unedited role PM, so the jig was kinda up there. He ended up hitting Cypher's BPV while we united though, so all was well for now.
Then D4... Jalmont wanted to lynch DF, who he had inspected and found to be the wolf. I was all for it... until I noticed that DF had a LPV. Knowing that the lynch was my best chance to kill enemies and wasting two lynches on a wolf that I could just nightkill was not an option, I instead drummed up support for a Jalmont lynch that would have ended up tied, except I managed to convince TalkingLion to switch, getting us majority. I fully expected to die that night, but we were certainly going to kill Engineer that night (though we debated about killing DF instead, had we done that it certainly would have been interesting!) and at least we would still have the mayor!
...then D5 update comes and Engineer is dead... by Dogfish's kill? Wat? After checking with Walrein and confirming that that meant we could in fact use our kill again the next night we were trucking right along. This was where Daenym started to take over with the endgame plans as school was catching up to me and I couldn't be on as much as I'd like to have been. However, we did eventually agree to lynch TL along with the PA's to minimize kingmakers. Not sure what PA was thinking there; I would have thought it would be obvious that they had to weaken us or risk losing, but hey, not complaining! Then it was just a matter of choosing who to get to do the kill that night to get rid of Dogfish and hopefully pave the way to victory. We knew we basically had a 50/50 shot (there was no way DF would not both kill and hook us) and while I originally wanted Cypher/aska to do the kill since it was unlikely he would be hooked we eventually settled on Daenym and it went through, then Daenym sealed the game for us with the D6 lynch before I even had a chance to get on that day.
That was a bit longer than I thought it would be... anyway. One last thing, I really dislike the idea of people using anonymous means to contact people without giving away their alliance. Maybe it's just me, but I feel that if you want to get information from people you should have to give up information in return, and being able to talk to people without even giving up your identity completely ruins that. To be fair, I have no idea why anyone would even trust someone who wasn't revealing themselves, but whatever. Anyway, thanks a lot for hosting Walrein and Empoof, it was a fun game. And may your strangely-behaving neutrals not go at an angle!