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Offline FoamWeber

Re: Murder Mystery Mansion (Game Thread)
« Reply #50 on: December 13, 2011, 07:34:42 PM »
Professor Mauve glanced around the conservatory. Nothing special- unlike the wine cellar, this room didn't smell like money. It only smelled like flowers. How boring. On the other hand, she had heard that this house had a spectacular library, full of rare books. Professor Mauve headed over, intrigued by the idea. Perhaps she could still make a profit with this visit.

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Re: Murder Mystery Mansion (Game Thread)
« Reply #51 on: December 15, 2011, 09:37:42 AM »
Miss Plum heard once again the grandfather clock chime the hour and pushed the cup from her to stand, she smiled at the two in the kitchen with her, though the smile was merely an act of politeness and nothing more. She left the room and feeling a headache coming on, decided to sequester herself in the trophy room. At least there she felt she would have time to herself but stepping with found others had obviously thought the same thing.
"Hello" her soft voice carried in the room and she moved to close the door behind her. Moving further into the room she took stock of those now within.

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Re: Murder Mystery Mansion (Game Thread)
« Reply #52 on: December 15, 2011, 11:28:05 AM »
After the hour was up, Dr. Emerald sighed with her frustration of being unable to help the cause and wandered her way to the Kitchen for a drink, wondering if it might calm her nerves. The kitchen was always the busiest room in a house, right? Perhaps some idle chatter would take the stress from the situation, at least for a little while. Of course, while she was there, she'd have to do some investigating to see if there was any evidence showing that the murder may have taken place there.

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Re: Murder Mystery Mansion (Game Thread)
« Reply #53 on: December 15, 2011, 12:30:24 PM »


Miss Scarlett looked up as yet another entered the room. It seemed that the Trophy Room was becoming a gathering point. Was it the fact it was a safer place or was it indeed the place of murder? Could one of these people be the criminal in question returning to the crime scene? She watched as Miss Plum walked in speaking a quiet "hello". She gave the female a polite smile and nod.

"Hello, I don't believe we have met. I am Miss Scarlett. Have you heard anything new?"

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Re: Murder Mystery Mansion (Game Thread)
« Reply #54 on: December 15, 2011, 12:48:55 PM »
Excusing herself to the others in the kitchen, Professor Verde made her way to the Conservatory.  Professor Mauve might have disdained it, but Professor Verde found it quite restful, just what she needed after the shocks the evening had held so far.  She felt restless, uneasy, almost unable to stop moving for very long.  Botany not being her specialty, she could identify very few of the plants, though they were all lovely, like everything she'd seen in the house so far.  Mr. Grey had been a true connoisseur, and his death was a terrible shame.

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« Reply #55 on: December 15, 2011, 04:31:43 PM »
After thoroughly investigating the room it occurred to Major Mustard that it may be wise to keep an eye on his back. Whomever did Slate in was still about someplace, the Major didn't want to be next. The Major cautiously opened the door to the wine cellar and peeked out to ensure it was safe and that no one was waiting to do him in before making for the stairs. This time he climbed all the way to the top, deciding to explore the Master Bedroom he whistled at the lavishness of it, and felt sorry for Slate not being able to enjoy it any longer.

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« Reply #56 on: December 15, 2011, 04:50:47 PM »
Shortly after Major Mustard, the Rote Baron followed him into the Master Bedroom. Here Mr. Gray odd, eccentric tastes were on full display, and the Baron couldn’t help but wonder about the women he had possibly bedded in this environment. The thought made him chuckle.

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Re: Murder Mystery Mansion (Game Thread)
« Reply #57 on: December 16, 2011, 01:50:16 AM »
Master Indigo looks over the people in the room, smiling a little at those who nod in greeting but felt too worn by the disturbing decoration to make more of a response. As soon as was polite, Indigo left the horrific chamber and headed to the Conservatory to get refreshed. Seeing another with the same idea, he smiles to the Professor. "Good evening, or would I say were the circumstance improved..."

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Re: Murder Mystery Mansion (Game Thread)
« Reply #58 on: December 16, 2011, 08:42:33 AM »
Finding nothing of note in his current location, the chef decides it would be better to seek answers elsewhere.  He slowly makes his way out of the Master Bedroom.  Perhaps the Library could shed some light on who or perhaps how the murder had been committed.

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« Reply #59 on: December 16, 2011, 09:21:04 AM »
Madame Mocha was weary of staying in one place for too long; people made her nervous. She couldn't help it. So as the room began to fill up, she made her way to the conservatory

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Re: Murder Mystery Mansion (Game Thread)
« Reply #60 on: December 16, 2011, 10:14:16 AM »
Master Indigo offers the Madame a bow in greeting. "Ah, hello m'dear. You seem rather flustered. Grey does - eh, did - have a rather oppressive sense of style but this room offers some relief."

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Re: Murder Mystery Mansion (Game Thread)
« Reply #61 on: December 17, 2011, 12:34:15 PM »
Miss Brown felt jittery when the gentlemen entered and fet her heart pound as she continued to inspect the perimeter of the room. She couldn't help but steal a glance or two at the Baron, however, whom she had met once while she was still working for Mr. Grey. She certainly remembered him though there was no reason he would do the same of her, she supposed. But she offered him a nervous smile out of politeness, as she did the Colonel, and skirted a little closer to the Baron as they went about their business.

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« Reply #62 on: December 17, 2011, 09:24:01 PM »
"I always had found his style rather intriguing," Mocha nodded to Indigo. "But yes, I am a little flustered. I feel like any one of us could be keeled at any moment. You'll forgive me for keeping my distance from you, I hope?" she said, a little nervously. "I just wish we could catch the killer already.

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« Reply #63 on: December 18, 2011, 12:50:42 PM »
Hir stomach rumbled, and Miss Rainbow looked around the Library, hoping no one else heard it. Before anyone could say anything though, shi slipped off towards the Kitchen. As shi walked through the hall, shi could hear the others talking and mingling amongst themselves. It still baffled hir mind how they could do that when a known killer was on the loose.

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Re: Murder Mystery Mansion (Game Thread)
« Reply #64 on: December 18, 2011, 10:18:15 PM »
The trophy room yielded little in the nature of clues and Lady Lavender decided it was also becoming a trifle crowded and though she spent a few moments responding to greetings and questions her replies were decidedly noncommittal as she made her exit.  She needed a quiet place to collect her thoughts and as she roamed from room to room she found the wine cellar to be unoccupied.

The scent of exotic wood and rich leather mingled with the musky and pungent aromas of wines long ago opened and tasted and savored in this room.  Lady Lavender was soothed by this ambience and her interest piqued by the possibility this had been the site of Mr. Gray's demise.  She pictured him seated in one of the settees sipping a wine that had been decanted for his pleasure a smile on his face as the flavor blossomed on his tongue.  Then the end, the glass falling from suddenly nerveless fingers, a hand clutching his throat and an agonized grimace on his face as his eyes rolled back in his head and he collapsed in the throes of a horrific death.

The thought of poison taking this evil man on the first steps of his final journey sent a shiver down her spine.

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Re: Murder Mystery Mansion (Game Thread)
« Reply #65 on: December 18, 2011, 10:38:00 PM »
He grew tired of the library.  So many books with knowledge waiting so passively.  Nothing seemed to be out of place or catching his eye.  The chef decided to go back to the kitchen and make himself a cup of tea.

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« Reply #66 on: December 19, 2011, 02:13:08 PM »
Seargeant Teal wandered about the Trophy Room, inspecting the various specimens on display.  Mr. Grey certainly seemed to have a fetish for deer--or, at least, the stuffed and lifeless kind.  He reached out, absently, his mind elsewhere, not really paying attention to what he was doing, and touched the antler of one of the mounted heads.  To his great surprise, the antler moved under his hand, bending down like a lever on the head of the deer, which stared glassily at him with a somewhat, he felt, accusatory expression. 

Just as the investigator was afraid that he had broken it, there was an audible "click" from somewhere, and a grinding noise; and then a display case swung aside to reveal a hidden staircase, going down.  His pulse racing, Teal ducked his head and climbed carefully into the passage.  After navigating the winding stairs--dark, lit only by the faintest trickle of light from the eaves--he ended up at a kind of sliding door.  Putting his hands against the panel, and pushing, he felt it slide aside.

He stepped into the well-lit room, which he now recognized as the Wine Cellar.   The discovery boggled him--who knew how many other secret passages might be hidden throughout the mansion?

He had no time to reflect on this, however.  One of his men, whom he recognized as Detective Navy, was hurrying toward him, grey-faced.  "Sir," said Navy, "the killer has struck again.  A body has been found in the Kitchen."

Teal groaned.  Hurrying after the younger detective, he ran to the Kitchen, where, just as Navy had said, a grisly sight awaited him.  There, sprawled upon the tile floor, was the lifeless corpse of Miss Rainbow; it looked like she had been throttled to death.

*BONG* The huge grandfather clock in the foyer rings out eleven times, signalling that the time is now 11:00 P.M.

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Re: Murder Mystery Mansion (Game Thread)
« Reply #67 on: December 19, 2011, 03:07:51 PM »
Dr. Emerald turned from her seat at the kitchen table and walked over to the area where suddenly, things had sprung to life. Her eyes widened as she realized that Miss Rainbow was... well... dead. The murderer must be in the room, then, right? Slowly, she turned, looking to see who else had joined her in the kitchen. Could it have been the Chef?

She wasn't sure that she wanted to find out by being the next victim and after leaving her statement, she chose a new venue, the Conservatory, hoping it might prove safer than the kitchen.

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« Reply #68 on: December 27, 2011, 10:52:32 PM »
Dr. Silver had examined Miss Rainbow's body briefly, he didn't  touch it though, leaving it for the detectives. He wandered to the library to find something to entertain his thoughts to clear his mind.

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Re: Murder Mystery Mansion (Game Thread)
« Reply #69 on: December 29, 2011, 10:11:16 AM »
Miss Scarlett watched at Sergeant Teal moved around the Trophy Room. She had pretty much scoured the room herself but when he found a secret passage her eyes widened and she followed. This was certainly interesting. The finding of Miss Rainbow's body was not exactly a surprise with a killer roaming around. She figured someone else would end up on the bloody end of a knife or some such. It was one of hte reasons the dark haired woman decided to stay amongst a group of others. Being alone in this house was just asking for something to happen to you. She sighed some and moved back up to the Trophy Room in hopes others would still be there. This whole ordeal was trying and she still had to find where he put it. Where did the bastard put it?! She sighed some pushed her fingers through her hair before smoothing out the silken locks.

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Re: Murder Mystery Mansion (Game Thread)
« Reply #70 on: December 29, 2011, 03:11:00 PM »
Miss Plum smiled at the woman politely as she introduced herself and though she did not extend her hand, she politely introduced herself as well.
"I am Miss Kendra Plum" she told her before turning her attention to the trophies in the cabinet before her. A few things she happened then with the sound of the gong announcing another hour had past, she was oblivious to the death in the kitchen but no doubt would be filled in soon enough. The Sargeant and Miss Scarlett left the room through what seemed to be a narrow passage way. Miss Plum glanced about her once more before deciding to leave and head to the conservatory.

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Re: Murder Mystery Mansion (Game Thread)
« Reply #71 on: December 29, 2011, 11:45:18 PM »
It was quiet.  Very quiet in the room, indeed.  He looked about, scanning for something that just wasn't there, and after a long moment, he decided there was nothing he could do but try and look elsewhere.  The chef decided that the Library was the next stop.

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Re: Murder Mystery Mansion (Game Thread)
« Reply #72 on: December 29, 2011, 11:47:27 PM »
The conservatory had become a bit too crowded for her liking and Dr Emerald decided to head back to the wine cellar, perhaps to take the edge off with a drink or maybe there would be something there that she had missed.

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« Reply #73 on: December 30, 2011, 07:10:22 PM »

Miss Brown felt somewhat better with the presence of the dashing Baron and apparently not content she had learned all she could here, continued to exam the perimeter of the room, pausing to fuss with the armoire a bit. Even some of her tension with the presence of the Major lessened, after all, she couldn't go about all night afraid of everyone she might encounter.
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« Reply #74 on: December 31, 2011, 01:19:52 PM »
What a lovely library. Professor Mauve wandered slowly through the room, glancing at the rare and precious books lining the walls. Someday, she decided, she wanted a library just like this. Maybe two of them. Starting to feel hungry, Professor Mauve decided to grab a snack from the kitchen. She could always come back, after all. Her plan was soon at the back of her mind when she noticed a corpse lying alone in the middle of the kitchen. How odd- had the murderer struck again? Or was there more than one murderer now wandering through the house?