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Who killed "Old Black", the father of Sir Hugh, in the Clue Mysteries books?

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Col. Mustard, in a "safari accident"

Going along with that, who killed Sir Hugh Black in the books?

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Sir Shamrock wrote: Tue Jul 02, 2019 1:25 pm Col. Mustard, in a "safari accident"

Going along with that, who killed Sir Hugh Black in the books?
Mrs. Peacock did.

I never read the books but I think she drugged him causing Hugh to drown. I don't know...

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That's right! And you were close with the method, I believed she tangled him up with fishing line and tripped him in the lake

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Sir Shamrock wrote: Tue Jul 02, 2019 7:31 pm That's right! And you were close with the method, I believed she tangled him up with fishing line and tripped him in the lake
Wut

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How was Sir Montague Black killed in "The Clue Armchair Detective" book? Who killed him?

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He was killed with a Marble Bust

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Black wrote: Thu Jul 04, 2019 9:41 am He was killed with a Marble Bust
Correct

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In Clue 2012, each character had been given a real name. What were the actual names of the characters?

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Jonathan Green wrote: Fri Jul 05, 2019 7:52 am In Clue 2012, each character had been given a real name. What were the actual names of the characters?
Josephine, Blanche, Patricia, John, Michael and Peter

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MrGreenJeans wrote: Fri Jul 05, 2019 10:16 am
Jonathan Green wrote: Fri Jul 05, 2019 7:52 am In Clue 2012, each character had been given a real name. What were the actual names of the characters?
Josephine, Blanche, Patricia, John, Michael and Peter
That’s for 2002. I meant the 2012/2014 version. The one based on the 2011 miniseries.

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Jonathan Green wrote: Fri Jul 05, 2019 7:52 am In Clue 2012, each character had been given a real name. What were the actual names of the characters?
I see you guys are a little stumped with this one. So let me show you there real answer.
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Scarlet - Natalia DeSouza
Mustard - Jack Hartman
White - Alexis Villeneuve
Green - Tyler Marshall
Peacock - Eleanor Hamilton
Plum - Nikolas Maksimov

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Ok, here's something more easier. In IDW Comics & Dash Shaw's Clue: Candlestick #1, the revolver that Green gave Boddy was used in the assassination of a U.S. President. Who was that President?

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Garfield?

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Sir Shamrock wrote: Tue Jul 09, 2019 10:18 pm Garfield?
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Yay! Now I know this may be a hard one, but just take a guess. How long (in inches) is the Wrench that is most commonly depicted in a game?

A. 8 in
B. 10 in
C. 12 in
D. 14 in
E. 16 in
F. 18 in

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Sir Shamrock wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2019 7:09 am Yay! Now I know this may be a hard one, but just take a guess. How long (in inches) is the Wrench that is most commonly depicted in a game?

A. 8 in
B. 10 in
C. 12 in
D. 14 in
E. 16 in
F. 18 in
B. 10

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Not quite there, aim higher

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Sir Shamrock wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2019 9:11 am Not quite there, aim higher
16 in

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