That was quite fun! Sorry for the attempted noms, Feud, but I had /no/ idea who to eat, and you hadn't yet made that (quite humanizing) revelation. It also explained my slaying of zjoere, and (possibly) causing the games such rapid end.
There was one thing I didn't approve of, however: the way my role was implemented. Aside from Xocrates saying the rogue should help the wolves, there's no /reason/ for me to choose one side over another.
Consider: Every other player in the game has one goal, which is to survive. They also all have a faction that their very existence counts towards, thus making defined teams that are secondary
to that goal, but have the same requirements.
The rogue does not have such a defined faction, and is not stated to win on survival. I chose to play as though that was the goal, however, since I found it overly odd (and not so fun) to have one player whose goal is not the same.
I found that it made the most sense to ally with the humans, as their confirmed roles made a good center to rally around and my counter-wolfy powers did come in handy. If the role is retained, I would recommend modifying it to either have the explicit goal of survival, or have a more firm basis for working with the other wolves.
(Also, thanks for not killing me off at the end, Xocrates.
EDIT: One last thing, my experience was that it's /extremely/ difficult for the rogue wolf to find other wolves. If that is kept as the main goal, it's likely to be somewhat frustrating for the rogue in the future.