Converted Class: The Herbalist/The Ritualist
|Remedy Studies||Passive||∞||Immune to bleeding.
|Exhume||Day||3||At the end of the night, learn what classes killed a player, or if they committed suicide. Can not be cancelled once used.
|Inoculate||Day||1||Make a player permanently immune to bleeding. They will not be notified you targeted them. They will keep this passive even if their class changes.
|Heal||Night||∞||Use your staff to Heal target player, preventing their death and curing any bleeding.
|Self-Care||Night||2||If you are attacked tonight, you will heal yourself.
- Heal can stop an attacked player from dying and cure bleeding in the same night.
- There are several things that can prevent you from healing someone, resulting in the message "You could not heal [Player]": The Enforcer's Frenzy assisting The Assassin in killing your target, your target committing suicide (including if they were The Knight and used Cold Steel on a member of the Blue Dragon or if they were The Butler who poisoned The Good King), The Reaper using Reap on your target, or The Inquisitor using Ruthless Efficiency on your target.
- The Assassin has the power to make someone bleed. You can lure them to bleed you and waste their ability. This is good since you are Immune to bleeding due to your Remedy Studies passive ability.
- The Assassin will not know that their Lacerate failed to cause you to bleed, allowing you to pretend to be bleeding and/or healed to waste their time.
- If you save somebody at night with Heal, your target will be notified that a healer saved them. They can use that testimony to back up your claim of Physician if need be.
- Try and heal players that are very talkative/active during the day, in case important roles like the Sheriff/Paladin or the Prince aren't outed yet. A player that is leading the court and pushing for claims is almost equally important as a Sheriff, Paladin or a Prince, and also a killing target for the Unseen/Cult and the Neutral Killer.
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Night Room: Physician's Autopsy Room
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