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The answer is Miss Feathers. The chaspter can be read in clue book one chapter nine.

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correct.

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Colonel - it is your turn to make a suggestion.
How do you know what kind of pictures they are if you're such a lay-dee?

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My question is on the cover of the clue book one.all three suspects are in possesion of a weapon What are they?

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green- revolver
mustard- candlestick
scarlet- knife


ok, here's a toughie: What is the name of the member of dr black's house staff that is mentioned on the cover of the 2000 uk edition of clue?

bonus points: name the scene correspondant and the person in charge of the investigation.

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chaostheory1489 wrote:ok, here's a toughie: What is the name of the member of dr black's house staff that is mentioned on the cover of the 2000 uk edition of clue?

bonus points: name the scene correspondant and the person in charge of the investigation.
Okay... I don't have my game with me, so I'm just taking a guess. Could it be Inspector Brown? (I have no guess, though, about the correspondant.)

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Post by Guest »

sorry.

here's a hint for everyone, though it probably won't help any:

none of the three people named have ever been named in a clue game before.

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Post by chaostheory1489 »

i guess that question was too hard. so i'll ask another one.

by the way, the answers were Mrs Beryl Crabtree, John Hume, and Chief Inspector Noble.

ok. i'll try to come up with an easier question. here goes:


What building takes the place of the library in Simpsons Clue?

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The Frying Dutchman.
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correct.

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What room is the only room to appear in the original Clue/Cluedo, Clue Master Detective, and both Clue VCR games?
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the conservatory?

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Sorry, that's not the right answer.
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The dining room?

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Correct! Your turn to ask!
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On the Columbian clue game, what rooms have been added and what have they replaced?

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Salon (Lounge), Cocina (Kitchen), Comedor (Dining Room), Salon de Fiestas (Ballroom), Biblioteca (Library),

The pool, office, gym, and bedroom replace the Hall, Conservatory, Study, and Billiard room

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Okay, here's a question: What does Prof. Plum dress as for Boddy's Christmas party? (*HINT*: it was not Christmas related)

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a purple skelton or whatever its called?

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