I'm beginning to wonder more and more about Vitek's comment on "similarity to the Crazybear lynch". As I see it from reading over game #10, Crazybear was lynched for being inactive over someone who was the clear "most suspicious player", but here we have a case where the player who's got votes for acting suspiciously is also the one not saying anything. I'd say it would put his "let's lynch SirPrimalForm instead for not really saying much" approach in an interesting light if anybody had really started to build upon it. I have to note, however, that TwilightBard may be trying much the same thing with Rodzaju, and in that case it could be me not using a clear enough definition between "lurker" and "totally absent".
All in all, though, I do like that we have people starting to take sides on the "defend Damuna due to being unlikely to get information" and "lynch Damuna for being suspicious initially and then disappearing", as this does, in fact, give us some information to work with if it does come down to Damuna's lynch - patterns of who supported the lynch and who were set against it still provide us with some suggestion of what side people might be on if Damuna's alignment is revealed.
Still, as it's now stated that no replacement seems to be forthcoming, I'm a little uncertain about putting my vote back on Damuna right now, as the further factor I'm thinking of is that the idea of someone going without a chance for an emergency claim carries with it its own risks. However, as the deadline draws near and we have to do something (and contemplating claims is tricky once time is running out anyway), I'm going to do it. Vote Damuna.
...Blast, after my second paragraph I feel the third one really comes across as preparing for the possible backlash of that vote on a re-read, but I've been reviewing this for an hour and a half now, so it's time to post.