The knife is a murderer-only weapon. Swinging this weapon with the primary attack will instantaneously kill a bystander, and throwing this weapon will allow it to be used at a longer range with RM2. Thrown knives will be recovered within several seconds, and during that time the Murderer is unable to use it.
Juggernaut has one murderer with boosted health, and the rest of the players will be sheriffs. The juggernaut will permanently have their evil presence showing. If you hover over the juggernaut you can see their health. The juggernaut will win if they kill all players, and the bystanders will win if they kill the juggernaut.
Infected starts out with one murderer. The murderer has to kill other players which have guns to turn them into murderers. Once the murderer infects everyone or the time runs out, the game will end. Those who are infected have their evil presence showing.
The show ends with a sentimental recap of where everyone stands. There's a quick scene of Wednesday and Enid in Weems' office, as Wednesday praises the principal for dying for the one thing she truly loved, the school. Enid invites Wednesday to San Francisco, Wednesday thanks Bianca, and Xavier gifts Wednesday a phone because he thinks she'll text him, for some reason. The phone does end up being important, because an anonymous sender reveals that they've been stalking Wednesday all season, even sending a GIF of Wednesday getting a knife through the head. We also briefly see Tyler Hyde out, a hint that he'll soon break out of captivity, as Wednesday literally taunts us with all the cliffhangers, ending the season with, \"I know the suspense is killing you.\"
Though Araya, as a self-proclaimed Hunter of more than forty years, presumably was trained to use a variety of weapons (such as the knife she used to kill one of her own men who was stealing from her in order to intimidate Lydia Martin (\"The Dark Moon\") while in combat, she was typically seen using three main weapons. The first was Wolfsbane fog, which she used to weaken Scott McCall, Kira Yukimura, and Malia Tate in order to make them easier to capture, especially by utilizing a taser-wand to weaken Scott further. (\"The Dark Moon\") However, her main weapon of choice was a silver revolver pistol, which she was seen using during the battle at La Iglesia between the Calavera Family's Hunters and Kate Argent and her Berserker. (\"Smoke and Mirrors\")
Shortly after joining the younger generation of Monroe's Hunter army, Gabe was taught by Gerard in how to use a crossbow, which he, under Monroe's guidance, used during the confrontation between their army and the members of the McCall Pack and their allies (who were protecting Jiang and Tierney, two Beta Werewolves of Satomi Ito's now-destroyed pack who killed two Hunters of Monroe's army in retaliation for their Alpha and pack's deaths at the hands of the army) in Beacon County Sheriff's Department; Gabe fired an arrow, which landed inside and embedded itself into one of the walls, and it had a bloody piece of the lacrosse jersey of Brett Talbot, a good friend of the McCall Pack who was killed a few days ago by one of the Army's Hunters, to further psychologically taunt Scott McCall, his packmates and their allies, who were all being already greatly affected by the Anuk ite's fear aura. (\"Pressure Test\")
The majority of the sacrifices were killed using the three-fold death, which involved strangling the person, slitting their throat, and causing critical blunt-force trauma to the head, not necessarily in this order. (\"Fireflies\"), (\"Unleashed\"), (\"Alpha Pact\") As a result, her signature weapons were a garrote, which she used to strangle her victims, and the knife she used to slit their throats, along with whatever object was available at the time with which to bludgeon the victim upside the head.
The first trio, \"virgins,\" were all killed in this manner, with Heather, Emily, and the lifeguard all being strangled, beaten over the head, and had their throats cut with Jennifer's knife, though Heather was seemingly the only one of the three who was strangled with a garrote and not just a piece of rope, and Emily was simultaneously tied to a tree by her neck and strangled at the same time. (\"Fireflies\")
She also used her knife and garrote to attempt to kill Lydia Martin with the three-fold death due to the fact that the young Banshee knew too much about her plans, and she also threw the knife at Noah Stilinski when he tried to intervene, which stabbed him in the left shoulder. (\"The Girl Who Knew Too Much\")
In addition to her knife and garrote, Jennifer was also fond of using mistletoe as a poison against people who got into her way, or when she needed to cause a distraction or blackmail someone into helping her. She first did this by poisoning \"warrior\" sacrifice Kyle's dog Bullet in order to get him to the Beacon Hills Animal Clinic, located on the telluric current necessary to utilize for her ritual. (\"Unleashed\") She then poisoned Danny Mahealani with it when she learned he was researching telluric currents and feared her was catching onto her plans. (\"Currents\") She poisoned the recital pianist she ended up killing as part of her \"philosopher\" sacrifices, possibly as a back-up plan. Finally, she poisoned Cora Hale, her lover Derek Hale's younger sister, in order to blackmail Derek and his friends into helping protect her from the Alpha Pack by promising to heal her if they did so. (\"The Overlooked\")
With that being said, she is not opposed to using other weapons when it suits her. Like her brother, Argent, Kate has been shown using high-voltage taser wands when fighting against supernatural creatures such as Werewolves, such as when she and several of her Hunter companions ambushed Derek Hale in the Hale House ruins to reveal that the Argents were not the ones who killed his sister, Laura Hale, and to try to get him to tell her the identity of the Alpha who did, in fact, kill Laura and stole her powers, promising to kill him for Derek so he wouldn't have to do so himself. However, she revoked this offer when it became clear that Derek didn't actually know who the Alpha was, causing her to begin shooting him with a handgun. (\"The Tell\") 59ce067264