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RPG Mini-Game: Murder at the Temple!

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Demo Game V: RPG' started by Octavian X, Sep 5, 2004.

  1. Octavian X

    Octavian X is not a pipe.

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    *sigh* If only I had me thumbs back...

    Anyway,

    Evening, Day 4

    Noldodan's death left many shaken - if one of the Fanatikese government could not protect himself, who would protect them?

    Guests retired to their rooms once again. BCLG and SaaM, far from their usual antics, were also subdued. Tonight, they went to sleep without their usual fair of jokes/mocking of interns (though they did gag and tie up one, for laughs, before they went to sleep, though neither found it as funny as they usually did, given the atmosphere).

    It was around 4 AM when Octavian smelled something burning. This wasn't unusual, given that the hotel was in a temple. Still, Octavian, complete with bunny slippers, went to investigate.

    He followed his nose to BCLG's room 26, where he identified the odor as incense. Octavian pushed the door open...

    BCLG was dead! He was perfectly petrified - in a kneeling position, hands folded, all as if he were praying. A sheet of Requiem in D minor (K626) was also found on the deceased's bed.
     
  2. Ankka

    Ankka Chieftain

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    It's either Wolfgansan or SaaMsan, I'm sure about that.

    SaaM has made up so many weird things those killings are understandable.

    Vote - SaaMsan
     
  3. Noldodan

    Noldodan 2 years of waiting...

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    Never mind...
     
  4. Stuck_as_a_Mac

    Stuck_as_a_Mac Aptenodytes forsteri

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    This is far outside of my realm of weirdness, though. I never dabble in religion...
    I think it's Wolfsgang. With Nold dead and the music killings still going on, it has to be him. I think if we outs him, we might successfully oust the Mafia.
    Besides, why would I kill someone in my own room? Waaaaay too messy.
     
  5. classical_hero

    classical_hero In whom I trust

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    Why does everyone pick on me for these mafia games? This would have to be a religious thing. This Requiem in D minor is what a monk would listen to. This looks like the work of Meta.
     
  6. blackheart

    blackheart unenlightened

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    Oh come on! CLASSICAL music was playing when BCLG died! It's obvious this is the work of Wolfgansan

    Vote - Wolfgansan
     
  7. snipelfritz

    snipelfritz Crazy about the Demogame

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    Suddenly Zio found himself awake after five days in a comma. After gathering the facts he votes

    Vote - Wolfgansan
     
  8. classical_hero

    classical_hero In whom I trust

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    There was no music playing, just sheet music there. Anyone can buy sheet music. Notice the position that he is in, a prayer like situation, i.e. A monk prays, not a musician. Requiem is a mass for the Dead, again the matters of a Monk. Obviously some people do not think properly. :goodjob:
     
  9. Stuck_as_a_Mac

    Stuck_as_a_Mac Aptenodytes forsteri

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    It appears that there aer enough votes to condem wolfgang.
    But wheres Oct?

    SaaMsan
     
  10. Octavian X

    Octavian X is not a pipe.

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    Wolfgangsan - 3
    SaaMsan - 1
    Meta - 1

    That's five votes out of six remaining...
     
  11. RegentMan

    RegentMan Chieftain

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    Dun dun dun!
     
  12. blackheart

    blackheart unenlightened

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    Propeganda! :eek:
     
  13. classical_hero

    classical_hero In whom I trust

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    It is the truth.

    EDIT. I had to correct you poor spelling. If you want me gone, you must do it the right way. And I'll go out the right way, kicking and screaming, and pleading my innocence all the way to the cliff top, and singing of everyone's impending doom!!!!
     
  14. RegentMan

    RegentMan Chieftain

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    See, he admits that it's propaganda! ;)
     
  15. classical_hero

    classical_hero In whom I trust

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    About what I said. :p
     
  16. Ankka

    Ankka Chieftain

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    Blah blah. You clearly said the propaganda was true. So, your post was propaganda. :p

    Luckily fo you it is allowed in games like these.
     
  17. classical_hero

    classical_hero In whom I trust

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    Notice this is the report of Octavian V.
    So tell me, does a musician use incense? The answer to that is no. Only monks would use incense. Another reason why Wolfgangsan did not commit the murder.
     
  18. Ankka

    Ankka Chieftain

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    Don't try to deny the obvious. :p
     
  19. blackheart

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    Propeganda, propaganda, it's one letter and you obviously understood the meaning, so why the insult of my grammar?

    Read Octavian's post again, given that we're in a temple, why would incense be unusual?
     
  20. Stuck_as_a_Mac

    Stuck_as_a_Mac Aptenodytes forsteri

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    I agree with blackheart here. Incense is common in a temple, but anything in D Minor isnt. D minor isnt exxactly the cheeriest of keys. I seriously think only a musician would put leave that there. Plus, remember the opera in the last one?

    My vote is still for wolfsgan.
     

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