With sleep comes my wherewithal.
Specious reasoning at best. Role claims are infinitely more important than name claims, and any Mafia who would claim a character as big as Athena (who is one of the five most important characters in the first and third games) is an idiot.
More, the question about Kratos, even if I assumed him to be a villain, would require me to assume that our host, a man who named himself after the third game in this series and who has a Kratos avatar, must also see Kratos as a villain. My perceptions of Kratos, whether or not they change in the space of two years, does not begin to turn Kratos into some objective fact in the context of this game.
You are jumping at shadows; in the context of this game I can't blame you, but that's what it is. I would say the tenacity of my self-defense is more out-of-character than anything else up to this point, so I'm going to return to my old method of succinct and casual dismissal.
I guess at heart I really don't want to lynch on the first day, so that may color my reasoning, but that doesn't sound like a good reason to lynch somebody.