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13835 No. 13835 Locked edit hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
This gameboard acts as a short game just meant to regain my bearings on writing mysteries. The rules are simple:

Anyone who wishes to challenge the mystery will get two attempts to name the culprit, motive, and method of the crime in blue. They must give some kind of evidence behind their reasoning. I will respond to the evidence in red. The challenger may amend their theory or create a new one as they please.

Good luck.

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Request: Was Battler conscious before he was hung?
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Let's modify Rosa's theory a bit.....

Battler was coerced into saying things on the phone. This was probably done by George who also pushed Battler to his death, intentionally or not.

Proof is most clear in the handkerchief in Battler's hand as well as the damage to George's apparel.

This does not mean that I'm accusing George of being the [only, if applicable] culprit. I'm still most suspicious of Jessica at the moment.... mostly because of how you responded to Rosa's blue.
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"...Confirmed. George coerced Battler to say things into the phone, then pushed him off of the balcony.

Human side wins, since the rest can be explained by Rosa's theory. Jessica killed the rest of the victims, used extra rope to escape from Eva and Hideyoshi's window, then re-entered when she saw that Shannon was in the room.

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13820 No. 13820 Locked edit hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Here's the full version. Thank you for stalking us Genji.
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Better start mining, nerds

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A massive chasm stretches into infinity, separating two endless bookcases, shelf upon shelf rising one above the other, filled with myriad volume after volume. If there’s a floor, it’s simply too far away to see; if there’s a ceiling, it rises into the heavens. No single language, style of binding, or material of paper is uniform across the volumes; she glides by, spotting one that appears to literally be a stack of papyrus scrolls wedged between two clay tablets and wrapped with sinew string.

There’s a soft breeze down the aisle, which is both peculiar and agitating. She pauses from her languid browsing, peering about at the nearby tomes… a selection of which appear to all bear roughly the same alphabet upon their faces. She floats up toward them, the breeze kicking around more intensely, as if some impatient spirit sat constricted and seething for escape. She tilts her head ever so slightly, her flight slowing and ceasing entirely as she came face-to-face with the apparent source of the gale.

She stares, for a few short moments, and with a blink the breeze ceases and every other volume around the perpetrator in question is shoved a few inches aside or away - a few even toppling out to tumble and fade into the abyss - and she reaches forward at the volume. Upon her touch it lights up, rocking side to side, the kanji illuminating a soft gold in stark contrast to the dark leather of it’s binding.

“... You’ll do,” she states as she grips the volume, the shelves vanishing to send their contents free-falling as one into abyss, leaving her in darkness with the tome in question.

She runs a fingertip along the edges of the book’s closed pages, until sliding it in and opening the book to one particular page. A series of names and details descends down both pages in simple script; a great many crossed out or faded.

“... That won’t do.”

She closes the volume, and turns about, staring off into the blackness in one particular direction. A few seconds pass, and the slightest of a twitch reaches one corner of her lips. “Oh well, I suppose I’ll have to find a few new pieces.”
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I check the rest of the second floor for anyone. If nothing is found I will head back to the mansion.
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I remain seated and silent, waiting for Eva and Hideyoshi to arrive. I won't take any action until then, unless someone addresses me in the meantime or it takes an unusually long time for them to get here.
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You don't find anything of interest, nor is there Nanjo or anybody else to be seen on the second floor. Upon leaving the guest house you can see Nanjo, in the distance, walking on the same path as you (but ahead) toward the mansion.
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Nothing in particular happens for a while, until a knock on the door is heard. After a short pause Gohda enters, and says, "My apologies, but has anybody seen Kumasawa? She's supposed to be helping me cook."

The family members would attest that nobody has seen her, but Krauss would add, "Perhaps she's still sleeping. Shannon, if you would?"

Shannon would nod and then bow, and state she'll go do that. Gohda resumes Shannon's duties for her.

Krauss asks, "What about dinner, Gohda?"

"I've left Genji to finish. It's nearly done," Gohda answers.

Shannon leaves, and Gohda sets about his business. Silence would take over the room once more after Shannon shuts the door behind her.

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13471 No. 13471 Locked edit hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I decided to make this story on a whim. Whether or not you consider this a fair gameboard is up to you. So, let's get started.

But before we do, the rules:

-This gameboard is intended for Ozaki to solve.
-Ozaki will receive only one chance to determine the solution.
-The solution consists of the who, how, and why. Please state all three in your 'answer' post.
-Should Ozaki fail to solve this in one post, this gameboard will be open for everyone to solve.

October 5th, 1986

Rosa awoke to the sound of crashing thunder. She had overslept. It seems the alarm didn't go off because it was set for 6:00 PM, not 6:00 AM. What a bad mistake on her part!

Instead, it was already 11:30 AM, and breakfast was long over. But why hadn't anyone come to wake her up before now? She had expected a servant, such as Gohda, to have knocked on her door, or called her room. Was she that heavy a sleeper?

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Seems that was denied already...

Well, it could be any of the men really, since they can easily make everyone pretend their own loved one (ex : Natsuhi for Krauss) is dead by threatening them or some shit.
I guess I'll go with Krauss because why not.
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Gohda because he's a chef and can fake stuff with red pastry.

Everyone's not dead, and rather hiding in Rosa's room for a surprise party. The person behind all this is Gohda because he decorated the fake corpses and convinced Genji to stall time to talk about fake murders. Genji was organizing the wine for the celebration. The culprit is defined by the one who made the fake corpses per say.
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Congratulations! That is correct Krauss is the culprit!

The Solution: Krauss, Eva, and Rudolf all played a prank on Rosa. They got their spouses to fake their deaths, and even Gohda and Shannon were in on it. They wanted to scare Rosa into taking better care of her child. So Maria intentionally changed the alarm clock so Rosa would oversleep and just so happen to miss a massacre at breakfast, where her daughter is supposedly killed. Maria never died and just hid in the room. Guessing any one of those three people would be considered a win.
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Having a nine year old fake her death.....

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This is the officially unofficial game thread for the "Seacat Turnabout", a Phoenix Wright-inspired gameboard. The rules of this gameboard are simple!

A case will be presented to the defendants. It is their job to prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, that their client is innocent! To do so, they must make it plausible that someone else committed the crime in question! It is not sufficient to prove only the client did not do it.

To press a statement, simply quote the desired post (>>numberhere) and put your comments.
To RAISE AN OBJECTION!!, quote the desired post and put the word OBJECTION! in full caps in either the subject title or as the first word on your text body. Mind that an OBJECTION! must be accompanied by logic and/or evidence clearly refuting the comment you are objecting to.

If you object in a faulty way or otherwise conduct yourself in an uncouthly manner, you will earn a Penalty. Five Penalties mean you lose the case and a default Guilty verdict will be reached.

If a week passes with the defending parties not saying anything, the court will assume they plead Guilty.

If the organiser (moi!) puts YOUR MOVE in the subject, it means the organiser will not post until one of the defending party has posted.

Now let's prepare for a battle of wits as the curtains rise on this banquet of justice!
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Added into evidence: Note bearing Yousee's signature. It's a statement saying the undersigned has arrived and will be guarding the location.
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"As an officer, are you aware of any credentials required on scene for someone to sign this documentation, or at least the procedure involved with the trade-off of a security detail? I mean, is this sort of paper usually just handed to a person that arrives at the expected time?"

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"Actually, it is unusual! However, because this case covered the transportation of bombs, it's understandable they wanted some sort of insurance that it wasn't their fault if something happened to it."
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"Let me rephrase... Despite it being unusual that a signed statement is required, would the defendant still need to provide any proof of certification as a security officer to the couriers during a trade-off under normal procedure?"

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