Scarlett as Suffragette would fit with a pattern they've established, which is every edition so far has included Scarlett, Mustard and Green -- and Scarlett is the face of the game. Theoretically Irene Adler fulfills the green character color (or is that a "Meadow-Brook" green), so it's the first Green has not appeared named as such. We'll see if Mustard keeps his name, or if yellow is appropriated for another Sherlock Holmes character. Either way, if the card says Scarlett then she continues the pattern of having a Scarlett in every edition.CluedoKid wrote: ↑Fri Apr 12, 2019 1:30 pm Hmm, so they are using the Sherlock characters, I'm a bit surprised as I thought the names were just decoration, but also a bit disappointed as I was hoping to see interpretations of existing Clue characters we haven't seen yet (and also Victorian reimaginings of the ones we have, as they are doing with Scarlet and Rusty).
Interesting though from her colour, she could pass as Mrs. Meadow-Brook.
Something else this does is change the names of the characters which is a new twist to the game. Presumably, these new characters will appear grouped with their color groups. The thing is, if they do that, it will be the first gender-bender character in that Irene Adler is a female character wearing green (unless they are introducing a new light green color for a future Mrs. Meadow-Brooke). So I'm curious to see if they update the organization scheme in preparation for some new future possibilities to the game. Otherwise, Sherlock will have to be grouped with one of the original characters color groups, as will Watson, Moriarty, Lestrade, Mrs. Hudson, and Mycroft.