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In the green round -- you mean "crime scene - Planet Camazotz" for the first murder, don't you?
Moonlight Madness 6 months ago
Lol and yes! Thank you. Fixed.
Obsidian Black Plague 6 months ago
Thanks!
Obsidian Black Plague 6 months ago
MR only thing is that Maycomb should be checked off as no on the game card. I'll do that on my copy for the red game.
Murder by Death 6 months ago
I have 2 questions:

1. Pertains only to green round, I think, and not really a question so much as a confirmation: did all our first round guesses that were NOT correct apply to both the murders that occurred (on the 1st and 2nd March)? In other words, any weapons/victims/scenes we guessed applied to both crimes and were not back in play as of the end of round 1?

2. I know this was answered somewhere but I can't find it: Once a new murder is announced and any previously guessed COD/scene/victim cards are back in play, does the person/team who guessed it the first time have to read a NEW book to re-activate that card? (Example: I guess "Sword" and get a "No", then there's a new murder and Sword is back in play - do I have to read another book in order to re-guess Sword?)
Moonlight Madness 6 months ago
1. Yes. I did not ask for players to select the specific crime to which the guess applied.
2. You do not need to read a new book to re-play a previously played but incorrect card.
Follow-up to question 2:

Does this work the same way as claiming a card for someone else's correct guess (i.e., the way our team did, for example, with the Gryffindor Common Room crime scene card after Nighttime Reading Center had first correctly guessed that scene of crime) -- in other words, can we do this in addition to submitting a new first guess in the same round? Or are we barred from submitting a new guess in the same round once we've deccided to "resurrect" an earlier guess after there have been further murders?