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Clue - Chapman Edition II

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I'm in the process of creating an all new Clue game. Just a standard version, nothing special (just kidding!).

Check here for updates.

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Oh.... That explain's it then.

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Looks awesome. I really love just standard Clue at the moment so this is great timing. :)

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Exciting! I wonder what will come.
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Gah. Awesome. I'm so so so so excited.
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Yay! Can't wait! :)
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LoL! That's the same font I used for my Airship Murder game. Love it! :D
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First up, we have Colonel Mustard. (I'll see if my camera can find a way to take a picture that actually captures what the physical card looks like. Unfortunately, it did not and I'm disappointed with the quality the card looks here.)

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Absolutely fantastic, CluedoKid! What an amazingly perfect Mustard. Bravo!

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Excellent!
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Beautiful!!
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It's wonderful. Seriously one of the best Mustards I've seen.
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Heh

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He looks fussy and irritable, like a well-groomed sheepdog that's been losing sleep. BTW, I love him :)

What is that in his breast pocket? A little Derringer?
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Re: Heh

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Lord Caspen wrote: What is that in his breast pocket? A little Derringer?
Yes, one that folds out and reveals a cloth within that says "BANG!". He uses it to entertain his nephews during biweekly visits. I picture Mustard hulking through the door, hiding it behind his back as the nephews come running up to Uncle Mustard. Mustards goes something like --

"Well there young soldiers! Let's see what your ol' Uncle has here! *points gun* Oh! Oh! Stand alert! Watch it now!

*click*

Ahhhhh! *jowls ripple* heh, heh, heh, heh *wheezes a little from the tobacco*."

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Here's the unedited mansion for the card backs.

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Re: Heh

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CluedoKid,
CluedoKid wrote: Yes, one that folds out and reveals a cloth within that says "BANG!". He uses it to entertain his nephews during biweekly visits. I picture Mustard hulking through the door, hiding it behind his back as the nephews come running up to Uncle Mustard. Mustards goes something like --

"Well there young soldiers! Let's see what your ol' Uncle has here! *points gun* Oh! Oh! Stand alert! Watch it now!

*click*

Ahhhhh! *jowls ripple* heh, heh, heh, heh *wheezes a little from the tobacco*."
Oh, dear. I suspect, alas, the dear Colonel is probably his nephew's least favorite uncle.
It's discouraging to think how many people are shocked by honesty and how few by deceit. -- Blithe Spirit, Noel Coward.

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Re: Heh

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Lord Caspen wrote: Oh, dear. I suspect, alas, the dear Colonel is probably his nephew's least favorite uncle.
What do you expect when your uncle's surname is Mustard?

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Post by go_leafs_nation »

I can't say I like Mustard at all. As a matter of fact, I'd venture so far as to say I love him!!!
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And here we have an exquisite blade.

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Aha

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Oh, so the nephew is Mustard's sister's boy?
It's discouraging to think how many people are shocked by honesty and how few by deceit. -- Blithe Spirit, Noel Coward.

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