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Jonathan Green
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Someone made a Twitter bot of Cluedo accusations, with original characters, rooms, and weapons

https://twitter.com/UltimateCluedo

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Jonathan Green wrote: Fri Jun 11, 2021 10:24 pm Someone made a Twitter bot of Cluedo accusations, with original characters, rooms, and weapons
https://twitter.com/UltimateCluedo
What?

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I don't believe this.

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Here are my favorites:
Commander Gamboge - Pistol - Kitchen
Dame Coral - Lead Pipe - Dining Room
Deacon Capybara - Antique Dagger - Billiards Room
Mrs. Lilac - Lead Pipe - Drawing Room
Lady Jasmine - Rope - Ballroom
Minister Auroch - Wrench - Study
Baronet Aquamarine - Pistol - Ballroom
Reverend Aquamarine - Candelabra - Den
Police Chief Alabaster - Kitchen Knife - Smoking Room
Duchess Chartreuse - Candelabra - Drawing Room
Colonel Carmine - Dagger - Sunroom
Marquess Carmine - Candelabra - Gallery

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Technically, Nurse Peach predates the one for the one from the Sherlock theme of the MGS PC game
http://web.archive.org/web/20060505081 ... otype.html

And M. Brunette was Dr. Brown at one point

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Nurse Peach and Doctor Brown are some cool alternate versions of the characters/potential new characters for people to play around with!

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I say we start our own version, and see how far we can go before we run out of suggestions. Who’s with me? 🥸👍

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Edna Cheese -

Colonel Mustard's "Lost Lenore" - A ex-playmate from Mustard's youth whom he held certain affections for, which only grew as they blossomed into young adulthood. It seemed certain that they'd be a match made in heaven, until service called for Mustard, only for him to return years later on shore leave and discover dear Edna was courting the Earl of Sandwich. Her father Richard, told Mustard his presence proved to present a pickle for them, and it was best he leave. This instance is what truly hardened Mustard into the old crust we know him today.
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Just some loose thoughts that have been circling my mind recently.
Zoo977 wrote: Birch - Sickly schoolboy reminiscent of a ghost
It's hit me that a grown up Birch could easily make for a good adult suspect. Of course Clue has no shortage of doctors, but a sickly, devout coroner could fit easily into the cast. I'd view him as very academic and informed, with a lot of his high-class manners, but he'd end up carrying some of Miss Peach's impish streak. Dr. Underwood has a good ring to it.
Zoo977 wrote: Mrs. Marigold - Reserved schoolteacher
One of my earliest suspects, who was horribly used initially... I could honestly see her working very well if done right. In traditional Victorian floriography, marigolds are a symbol of mourning and loss of course, but that's not quite what I mean. In Dia De Los Muertos, marigolds are a symbol of death, but more interestingly, are believed to draw spirits back from the dead. Not just that - the bright colors are believed to draw the dead back. With how important of a theme color is for Clue, I think a Mexican Mrs. Marigold would be a fantastic addition if done right.

Of course, I'm only thinking about her again cause my first marigolds are starting to bloom :3
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Oh yeah, what about Logan

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