But as you describe it, the process IS invisible. And it has been to damnation and twilightbard. What you described is a pretty invisible process (i was asleep and all). Yet you expected me to corroborate ?
Do damnation and twilightbard have something to corroborate, wasn't it supposedly the same process ?
The process you described or invented, if you believed that poison cure happened like that, is exactly a process that would have allowed anyone to claim, a process that would leave nothing to say from the healed person's point of view. Okay, brain melted too hard right now, but... something doesn't fit, here. In short,
if you healed people like that, you should have expected them to not be aware of anything, unable to corroborate or to contradict
if you only invent healing and gambit on that, then you believe that healing happened with no elements permitting any contradiction, then you believe healings would happen like you described (ninja-esque powder in sleep sneaky ghostly infiltration exfiltration).
so yeah. hm? so. no? do fully awake people see something here too?
I was thinking more of evidence found in the morning, like residue on the top lip, a lingering smell, something like that.
If you're town though, I still can't work out what could have happened to make you think someone else healed you. My guess is some kind of more usual protective role, but I'm fairly confident that it wouldn't have worked (because there would be no point in my role existing if it had).
no. poison curing process before sleep was super hyper clearly explicit. either you lie or i've been de-poisonned twice. (in which case, lucky it didn't switch it back to poison, hah)
Then I have no idea... perhaps a JOAT with a one-shot poison heal role as a backup in case I died?