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Plum, Candlestick, Dining Room.
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[quote="Poirotfrmda818"]That's interesting. Is it in the rulebook or is it something you just made up?[/quote]

More or Less, I got the idea from the Mobile SFX game.
I don't think it's in the rules book.

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One game of regular Clue.
Reverend Green with the Lead Pipe in the Billiard Room.

One game of Master Detective.
Professor Plum with the Wrench in the Drawing Room.

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Original.
Peacock - Pipe - Billiard Room

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2003 edition at my friend's house. Me, my friend, my friend's sister playing.

Miss Scarlet with the Revolver in the Billiard Room.

It was pretty funny. I had it down to the Revolver and the Lead Pipe, the Billiard Room, the Ballroom, and the Hall, I knew it was Miss Scarlet. I suggested in the Billiard Room with a suspect and weapon I had, and no one had the Billiard Room. I knew if I ended my turn, my friend would get the solution. I had to accuse or lose (lol). I was 99% sure it was the Lead Pipe because we had all been continuously suggesting it, whereas suggesting the Revolver had worn off ages ago. I guess Scarlet, Pipe, Billiard Room and I was wrong. My friend won on her turn. My friend's sister had done a terrific job of guarding the Lead Pipe.

(but I swear... Miss Scarlet didn't do it!! ;))
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MissScarletDidntDoIt wrote:My friend's sister had done a terrific job of guarding the Lead Pipe
I love doing that 8) ON my last game of Clue Classic, I hid my Rope card from everybody. I was solving the crime and the other players thought it was the Rope :lol:

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Being able to guard a card is the best thing that can happen to you during a game!
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I do that in Master Detective alot :)
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Sgt. Gray with the Lead Pipe in the Dining Room

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Kristev wrote:Okay. After this one, I will start a request thread. Later in the day.

Mustard and Grey in the trophy room with the revolver.

Colonel Mustard and Mister Boddy have been friends sunch Mustard saved his life in the army. He told Mister Boddy everything about his life, including that he had a son, but he never revealed the name. Well, Mister Boddy discovered that Sergeant Grey was as corrupt as the Bush White house. And so he had his badge stripped, using every bit of his money and his power. Colonel Mustard inexplicably arranged for Boddy and Grey to meet together, with him. Boddy met, but wouldn't listen to Grey at all, and he stormed off, taking Mustard along. Mustard led Boddy to the trophy room, where they always liked to speak. Mustard tried one last time to get Boddy to drop his charge against Grey, and Boddy refused. Grey came in, and accidentally said 'Dad,' which surprised Boddy. Suddenly Boddy understood Mustard's concern for the boy, and informed Mustard he would drop the charge against Grey, thus reinstating him, but would require blackmail as the price. Mustard, provoked by paternal love, shot Boddy in the back with his personal revolver.

If only Plum hadn't stuck his nose in. Isn't it just like Plum to know his way around a bullet?
Will you start a request thread?

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Plum, Corkscrew, Lounge

It was fun... but I didn't win... heck, I wasn't playing :lol:
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I just played "the game of evil" and the solution was Jack Mustard - Dumbell - Living Room.
Then I thought about throwing the game on the fire, which I didn't.

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Black wrote:I just played "the game of evil"
:evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil:
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MOM picked it, not me, :oops:
but you have to admit, it's better in clue not cluedo.

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Whenever my mom picks a clue game she either picks Master Detective (Super Cluedo) or Clue FX....
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I played 2002. Mrs. White, wrench, library. I found out person and weapon on my 4th (!) turn somehow, but them I didn't know the room. I eventually won.

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Black wrote: it's better in clue not cluedo.
:?:
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Harlequin wrote:
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That's what I was thinking

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In clue, they always call each other just by there surnames.

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Franklin Mint:

Mrs. Peacock with the candlestick in the kitchen.
"Like my daddy always says, give me a good neuromuscular poison any day."

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