Upon careful deliberation, I have made a horrifying discovery; 2 (townies) against 1 (mafioso) has better odds than 3 (townies) against 1 (mafioso). Consider this: I am in the precarious situation where my inaction will lead to no death in the day-phase. If zatrox was not a mafioso and either an innocent is killed or nothing happens, then the townies will lose (1 against 2 and 2 against 2 are both losses); however, if zatrox was a mafioso, then a stalemate would lead to 3 against 1, and my death would lead to 2 against 1. In 3 on 1, there is a 1/4 chance of winning (unless the doctor is still alive, whereas the odds are increased to possibly 3/10); if an innocent is chosen, then 1 on 1 results in a definitive loss. In 2 on 1, there is a 1/3 chance of winning.
I prefer not to die; however, a stalemate in this scenario is worse. Therefore, I change my vote from mel to Sir Lopez.
melody angel: 1
"And now, the rich and beautiful Master Asagi has chosen your stupid game to be her next victim!
-Asagi, Soul Nomad