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July Entry - Murder at the Four Deuces

Postby katiemarie » November 8th, 2010, 11:31 pm

The night started out like any other night - a few friends, some gambling, women and a little hooch. However, the evening soon turned disastrous when "Big Jim" wound up dead on the floor with a bullet prematurely ending his speech and his life.

Surprisingly, none of the guests seemed to mind at the interruption to their evening and continued on with their conversations and drinks. Of course, the killer remained silent and soon the guests began to suspect their comrades. Madam MeMe and Don Wannabe had the situation under control, the body was soon 'disposed' of and dinner was served outside on the patio. Guests were entertained during dinner with lively Big Band music and interesting conversations, where certain suspicions arose. At the end of the evening, guests completed their scavenger hunt clues and began scouring the premises looking for hidden weapons to help them on their mission or to ward off those getting too close to any secrets they wish to keep hidden.

Throughout the evening, guests were able to partake in various activities including the speakeasy or gambling rooms in the basement; hors douevres, the smoking room or the brothel with the ladies of night upstairs. The night was warm so guests purused the grounds looking for clues to Big Jim's murder or to meet up with a lover or co-conspirator. Soon after dinner, Al Capone was found murdered in one of the brothel rooms with an ice pick in his back. While the Inspector was looking over the body for clues, Congressman Toosteal was found murdered with a brick stuffed purse on the stairwell.

The guests began to worry and question their alliances; this seemed to increase the use of bribery, trickery, extortion and secret rendezvous to protect secrets. When Donna Wannabe was found with a letter opener in her chest on the front lawn, hysteria almost abound. When Capo “Toto” Tequila called everyone together, many assumed it was to ease any fears or suspicions and to annouce his intentions concerning a deal between the Chicago and New York families. It was soon evident that Toto had other things in mind when he shocked everyone by publicly killing Rebecca Ravioli because she had lied and led him into believeing they might be married one day, solidifying the union between the two families, when she was really married to This post is spam please do not read!; and because he was paid $5000 by the Baroness to get rid of her. He even threatened to whack anyone else who got in his way to expanding his empire or if anyone threatened to expose this crime and call the coppers. Overall, the guests left with some unforgetable memories, a good laugh, and some suspicions if they'll be swimming with the fishes the next time they visit the Four Deuces.
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Re: July Entry - Murder at the Four Deuces

Postby Braylij2010 » October 13th, 2018, 3:05 am

You are a terrible person!!! You told who the murderer is!! Why would you do that and ruin it for people?? Many people on here are looking for tips for their UPCOMING party. We spent money on the game and LOTS of money on decorations now my wife and I know the big thrill of the game. You could have at least gave a warning!! Thanks for taking the fun out of our party!!!!!!!!!
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Re: July Entry - Murder at the Four Deuces

Postby 2coolbaby » October 20th, 2018, 11:51 pm

I am so sorry that slipped by me. We do tell people not to ever reveal secrets or the killer, but they do on the odd occasion. I'm usually very good at keeping them out of posts, but this was posted right after my son developed Type 1 Diabetes and I just wasn't on top of things here like I should have been. While it is bad that someone revealed that to you, I promise you, it will in NO WAY hurt your party or your enjoyment of it. Our games are not just about solving the murder and in fact very few do. At the end of the evening, people will mad dash to look at the evidence again because they all forgot about investigating the murder because they get so caught up in their schemes and everyone elses too. I wrote these games and I have played this one with 7 times. 4 of those times were with the same group, who had obviously played it many times. I just switch them to new characters and they are all good to go. Every game plays completely different, despite having the same first murder and killer. I promise you, I know not only who committed the murders, but everyone's secrets, yet I still have a ball when I play. Just don't use that information that you know in the game. You will still have PLENTY to do and have fun with.
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