I'm curious as to how situations like these are handled. Situation: Two players remain, one traitor and one innocent, there is one player missing in action. A traitor had just previously died and all the innos that that particular traitor had killed become confirmed dead on the scoreboard, however the actual bodies themselves have yet to be id'd. Can the inno kill the traitor if they come across an unid'd? From the inno's perspective there are 3 players left on their scoreboard and they found an unid so they kill the other player they find. ("i walked past a unided 3 of us left 1 unided me and u alive = u a T" was the response i got for this case) Makes sense, but if killing a traitor confirms the players the traitor has killed on the scoreboard but the bodies themselves are still unid'd, how do we know that the unid the last inno found wasn't one of the already confirmed innos? Therefore making the third player on the scoreboard still potentially alive? How are cases like these treated? EDIT: As far as traitors are concerned, if I'm an inno and I kill a traitor and his body ends up somewhere I can't reach. If I then die and my body identified, the traitor I killed will have there name show up in the scoreboard as confirmed dead, however their role will not be displayed until the player's physical body is identified.