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Assigning new characters to victims

PostPosted: November 19th, 2006, 8:03 pm
by groovy
I am wondering...

If someone is murdered with a weapons card and then receives a new character, won't they tell people who murdered them? And they'll also have important information from their previous character. What happens if the murderer is murdered? Does it matter?


PostPosted: November 19th, 2006, 8:08 pm
by 2coolbaby
It doesn't matter if the murderer is murdered. This is part of the reason the weapons cannot come into play for awhile.

People are instructed in their booklets not to share the identity of any murderer if they discover it, so they do not ruin the game for anyone else. Common sense should tell people this, but we also state it in their background booklet to be sure.

People should not use any previously played characters knowledge. You can tell them this is you like, but most just know it. Fortunately, the way our characters are written, soon gets these people caught up in their new characters schemes, so that helps this a lot.

Re: Assigning new characters to victims

PostPosted: April 24th, 2020, 6:06 am
by ElizaBreen
Absolutely right, new characters are assigned to the victims for the identification easily. The space of the victim and assignment writing is ensured for the accurate way out for the victims. Nature is defined as the characterization of the victims for the proposed challenges.