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koolsam33

Post by koolsam33 »

umm, i had an idea but i forgot, darn

well, umm....

i no this is 2 easy but here goes:

Who is the new charcaters in Clue FX, including the victim and voice?

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Post by Colonel Gray Poopond »

Does that include the playing characters or just the new suspects?

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Post by chaostheory1489 »

mr. ashe, inspector brown, mr. meadow-brook, mrs. meadow-brook, rusty, lord grey, prince azure, and lady lavender

koolsam33

Post by koolsam33 »

Correct-mundo, just to see if u really know that much about Clue FX, what is Mr Meadow-Brook's first name?

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Post by chaostheory1489 »

miles.


now here's my question:

in clue 2: murder in disguise (rangoon), what nationality does miss scarlet proclaim to be?

koolsam33

Post by koolsam33 »

i thought someone else asked that?

Sumatara?

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Post by Colonel Gray Poopond »

I already asked that question before. The person got the answer wrong but went on to ask a new question. The correct answer is Swiss.

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Post by chaostheory1489 »

yeah it is.

and i had forgotten you asked that. sorry.

koolsam33

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so whos going next, chaos or col.poopond?

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Post by chaostheory1489 »

i think poopond should since he answered it correctly.

besides that, i can't think of another question.

koolsam33

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oh ok

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Post by Colonel Gray Poopond »

Okay then, heres a toughie :D.

On the 1963 clue card for the kitchen what spices are in the spice cupboard?

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Nutmeg, Cloves, Thyme, and Curry.
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Post by ClueBoy12 »

And my Question is..................


How many billiard balls are on the billiard table in the 1949 clue card?
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Three.
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Correctamundo, You can post your question now!
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Post by Michael »

CMustard... just to keep things rolling, if you do not post a new question within 24 hours, I'm going to allow someone else to post the next question.

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On the board of the 1972 edition of Clue, which room has its label in a purple oval?
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Post by Cluedofan »

Hey, cool game.

Is the idea that you are only allowed to answer questions from memory, or are you allowed to look around websites for the answer?

Paul

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Post by Michael »

Some of the questions on here are very obsure, and I don't think the answer could be known without a little research. There is no definitive rule. If you wish to challenge yourself to see if you can play only by memory, please do, but if you want to look up the answers, that's okay too.

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