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So he moves was wrong? :wink:

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Ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm....................................yeh.

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Phooey. :?

*picks up dagger, runs down hall, stabs cook*

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New Question: Which room appears on the "Get A Clue" mug?

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Library?

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Correct! Please post a new question.

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Okay heres a really hard question. In the book "The secret secret passage"
where are the secret secret passageways, there are 3.

Hint there in the study

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There's the standard one to the kitchen.

But we discover the:

1.) secret secret passage behind the bookcase
2.) " " passage behind the red chair
3.) secret secret passage behind the grandfather clock that leads to all of the other secret secret passages

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Okey-dokey, new question:

This might be hard, but I'm sure someone will get it: Many of the original Clue books feature famous works of art hanging on the walls in the cover pictures. What two books feature the same painting on the front, but obviously feature different rooms?

EXAMPLE: Let's say that Starry Night is on the cover of #15 shown on the lounge wall. It was also shown earlier on the cover of #7, but on the Ballroom wall. Your answer, in this case, would be #7 and #15. THIS IS NOT THE ANSWER TO THE QUESTION, IT IS JUST AN EXAMPLE OF WHAT I AM LOOKING FOR!!

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i only have 4 of the books but once again i used micheals lovely website and found the answer! the books are #3 and #17. Is that right?
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In the Clue book series, book #5 Chapter 3, the guests disguise the weapons as part of their outfits, who has what weapon's and what are they claiming the weapons are?
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Scarlet/rope disguised as necklace

Mustard/ Wrench disguised as a monocle holder

White/Lead Pipe disguised as a vacumn extension

Plum/Knife disguised as a bow tie

Peacock/Candlestick disguised as a feather

Green/Revolver disguised as a handle at the end of his pool cue.

New question, In book six what are the guest booby-traps in the study?

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correct, besides the fact that plum used it as a tie not a bow tie, same differnce, i don't have the 6th book :cry:
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me nether :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:

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Plum: button on mantle triggers a wrench to fly when Boddy puts cup on it
Peacock: sitting in blue armchair triggers a knife to fly at it
Green: red rug covers hole in floor
Scarlet: sitting in red armchair triggers gun to go off
White: base of lamp replaced with brass candlestick loaded with dynamite; will explode whn lamp is turned on
Mustard: opening windows will drop a net on the opener


I'll post my question in another post.

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Okay, this will take some logic skills.

You are at a performance of Clue: the Musical, and it is time to figure out Whodunit. You look over your notes during the music:

Clue #1:
--In the Kitchen with the knife was Mrs. White
--Who flailed the gleaming blade with might.
--She handled the pipe adroitly, too.
--None of these weapons is an answer for you.

Clue #2:
--Exhibited in that telling scene--
--Billiard room, candlestick, and Mr. Green.
--One of these is worth remembering,
--when you begin your conjecturing.

Clue #3:
--Revolver, ballroom, Mustard, Peacock--
--are they the key to the mystery lock?
--Spouse and parent--both savy and wise
--Choose neither of them I strongly advise.
--revolver, ballroom--weapon and space;
--Neither will help strengthen your case.

Clue #4:
--Wrench, pipe, lounge, scarlet and Green--
--In our conclusion, are any forseen?
--Consider one of the weapons here;
--Consider none of the suspects here.
--The lounge, well, future clues will reveal
--If this is the scene of the deadly ordeal.

Clue #5:
--Plum and white in the study with the rope--
--Do any of these offer you hope?
--One of the four in the answer exists
--But maybe there's an unexpected twist.

Clue #6:
--Let us consider the conservatory,
--Where Peacock's tale was every man's story.
--It certainly could house the deadly deed,
--But the cards haven't given us that exact lead.

There were also the notes you took during the second round of play:

Clue #1:
--Focus on where the deed was executed
--When to claim my vigor was transmuted.
--The room which housed the deliberate act,
--Had threats and ultimatums racked.

Clue #2:
--Focus on how the deed was completed--
--How I, with all glory, was fatally defeated.
--The weapon responsible for killing me,
--Can turn a crime most brilliantly.

Clue #3:
--The game continues, not yet complete;
--Deducing the answer no easy feat.
--The suspect you should scrutinize,
--Has insightful moves and curious eyes.

Complete your form
The time is now
You must select
Who, where, and how.

*(I would prefer those who have a copy of the script not to answer the question as it wouldn't be fair to the others.)

go to www.cluethemusical.com for little character bios that might help with the last clue about the suspect.

Have fun! :D
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Come on folks! Someone finally puts up a question that makes you use your brain and the thread dies! I am deeply saddened by this. :cry:

It's not that hard if you put it all in front of you and use the process of elimination. Some even tell you it's not any of those.

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Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm......................................

tricky :? :?:

But next time let's continue posting trivia, not riddles :wink:

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There have been other questions, relating to the VCR game mostly, that were more riddle than trivia. Besides, I couldn't think of any good questions to ask so I whipped out my script, marked some things, and typed.

Come on people, it's not that hard! I'm now removing the ban on people who have the script. Anyone can answer. :D

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I haven't even seen the play, but I'll take a guess based on the clues and logic:

Professor Plum with the Wrench in the Billiard Room?
"Are you trying to make me look stupid in front of the other guests?"
"You don't need any help from me, sir."
"That's right!"

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