Oh that got resolved quickly.
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THREE! How could you!?
Wild theory time:
1 - Infinite cheats.
2 - Infinite gets someone on the other team to injure 3.
3 - Infinite suggests that talking to his minion is the best solution.
4 - Infinite talks to his minion, comes back to accuse someone else.
The Wild theory is kinda stopped by part 2. The other team should not have anyone able to injury 3.
Else. Surprised. But didnt we hear someone was dependent on medication that had been taken away?
@Tom : I like your theory, though I'm not sure step 2 is needed. Three getting injured might be unrelated, and Infinite may have grabbed it as an opportunity to push his agenda.
But hey, maybe he will make a compelling argument about mystery black guy being a traitor.
Don't forget about who is also in the room with them.
I don't know. Tobi is pretty sus.
Specs is sus, specs is sus!
Gotta love how fitting Among Us references are to this arc.
IT'S THE ACCOUNTANT... guy... right there. The one that doesn't seem like he belongs... hmmmmm. Pretty sure it's him now.
Tobi what tasks do you have?
One way Three could have been hurt this badly is if he attacked a nonmagical human, and his own powers backfired as a result.
The line of thought in which he is the traitor hints at ways in which he could be brought to attack a nonmagical human, though I'm vague on the details.
Send Tobi to Medbay Scan!
If it is the accountant guy (and he's an obvious suspect by virtue of not being part of the Tobi/Infini/Paladin drama)... that means his claim that he spoke with the glasses lady is suspect. And she did seem to hate three just based on his appearance. Perhaps she found some method of compelling him to rip off his own arm?
Of course, I suppose it's possible that three's the traitor and he ripped of his own arm for reasons.