Hey that's an improvement. Let's take stock.
Presumably three of us have been primed. There's one arsonist left. We're essentially still at MYLO, but we've got a better a chance at lynching someone today.
With a mislynch, 5 are left. 3 probably get killed if the remaining arsonist ignites. Game over if we're not lucky.
If less than 3 are killed, the firefighter got a save in and there's still a chance to win. If there's no ignite tonight, we can assume that either Shuhan or LC was primed and there's another chance for a lynch tomorrow. Neither of these are especially likely, but there's a somewhat decent chance we won't lose yet.
With no lynch, the arsonist is forced to prime another target no matter what and the firefighter gets another chance to save. There's a slim chance they get it right, but a mislynch tomorrow instead leaves us needing two correct saves instead of one to have a chance. That's not a better situation.
We need to lynch someone today.
Additionally, I think we should revisit the hypofighter idea. There's a high chance (43-60%) that the firefighter is already primed. If we mislynch today, it's about a coinflip if the firefighter dies in the night, unable to report. If they correctly saved someone, we'll have a last ditch chance to lynch but no extra information. With the arsonist's primings already performed, they can't really react to a correct save. If they're scared, they prime another person and give us an extra chance to lynch.
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To clarify, hypofighter in this case means everyone listing the three players that they theoretically doused each of the past three nights.
Sidenote: Galaxy didn't mention increased oil smell. I don't know if that's a clue, a simple mistaken omission, or just flavor text. But food for thought.