While you are here, you have each been assigned a cabin as you know. You may bunk there for the duration of the investigation. As each day (or round) comes to it's end, you will need to submit to me your guess of both Who (code name) did it and Where (which cabin) via Private Message. Do note that they need not choose their own cabin as the place. Only one correct answer can be confirmed each round. At the end of the round, Jack Frost finds out which players have a confirmed clue and then has the choice to remove one of them from the game, do note that if you find out who has done it before finding out where, you may be at a higher risk. The following round will then begin with the discovery of a body and/or the proceeding investigation. Good luck to you all.
The game will end when a player announces publicly their correct suspicion of both Who and Where. If a player announces an incorrect suspicion, they will be eliminated from the game.
"Welcome, Welcome everyone! To the first annual Winter Wonderland dinner party among the cabins! I am so glad that you all could make it." Lady Black serves drinks to her guests while they wait for dinner and soon the dinner begins with the serving staff placing plates below their noses, filled with a plethora of delightful foods sure to keep their hunger tamed during the escapades of the coming night. After dinner and over coffee, Lady Black begins weaving a tale long rumored to be true, though yet to be confirmed.
"Long ago in these very cabins, it is told that a serial killer calling him or herself Jack Frost was able to kill an entire party of ten in as many days. They say that Frost was the guest of a dinner party gone wrong and something simply caused him to snap, going on a murderous rampage and killing all of the attendees of the party before the Host himself. My great-grandfather, Lord Black the Second. Now, I don't know if this next part is true, but I was told that no one in our family has held a dinner party since. The spirit of Jack Frost apparently still wanders here, waiting for the next dinner party so that the events of the night might begin again."
The lights went out. Lady Black stood to her feet to try the light switch, but it seemed the power had gone out. A female voice was heard screaming at the back of the room and all went silent. Then the lights came back on. The lifeless body of the butler, James, lay bloody on the floor in front of the fireplace at the back of the room, though it was quite apparent that the body had been dragged in from elsewhere, that the murder had not occurred here.
"Oh, no." Lady Black spoke with grave concern. "It's happened. The very thing I was warned about, the story I was telling! It's come true!" she nearly fainted, but the maid with the tea arrived just in time to catch her and bring her back around. On teetering feet, a woozy Hostess looked to those around her. "It seems Jack Frost has found a new host. The murderer... is in this room. It is up to you all to investigate this, to find out who has done it and in which cabin the dastardly deed took place. Preferably, before, Jack Frost kills us all?"