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This game is a little different from the others since this is not a mystery I posted it Before in the old /Seacats/ so some should remember it.

The game is Simple, I will narrate a story and By the end of that story I will give you three choices.
These Choices determine the course of the story.
So choose wisely and Be careful of my Traps.

There is only one rule

*the first one that reply and that choose an option gains the right to choose.

Example : Zefur offer you 3 apples one green one yellow and one Red.

First one to reply : Red

Second one to reply : Yellow
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The Old man smiles and take you to a Hotel the Hotel looks gorgeous since its a Hotel Five stars
Then the Old man ask you a question.....

Lest say that you are going on a trip..but the trip is 23 hours long what of this 5 will you bring?
A)a Book
B)an Ipod
D)a puzzle
E)a computer
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Computer, so I may get some writing done.
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The old man smiles and give you a key ,that key is the key to one of the rooms of the hotel...you and your friends enter throught the hotel..but when you enter you feel that there is a weird atmosphere in the Hotel.....
The first place you decide to go is :

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This game unique, for each passage will be written through the POV of a different character. Knox and Dine both apply to this game.

Knox's 1st. It is forbidden for the culprit to be anyone not mentioned in the early part of the story.
(in this game, the early part is the first day)
Knox's 2nd. It is forbidden for supernatural agencies to be employed as a detective technique.
Knox's 3rd. It is forbidden for hidden passages to exist.
(a “hidden passage is a passage that the detective cannot find during the course of the game)
Knox's 4th. It is forbidden for unknown drugs or hard to understand scientific devices to be used.
(Knox’s 5th is not included in this set of rules)
Knox's 6th. It is forbidden for accident or intuition to be employed as a detective technique.
Knox's 7th. It is forbidden for the detective to be the culprit.
Knox's 8th. It is forbidden for the case to be resolved with clues that are not presented.
Knox's 9th. It is permitted for observers to let their own conclusions and interpretations be heard.
Knox's 10th. It is forbidden for a character to disguise themselves as another without any clues.
Van Dine's 1st. The reader must have equal opportunity with the detective.
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>Well I shouldn't expect much from someone who hangs around /seacats/.
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My attention span is too short for this mystery. Someone summarize it for me in three sentences or less.
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After getting fed up, I decided to finally analyze the story. After doing so I have found the culprit, or so I believe. 75% sure. Either way.

The culprit is Battler.
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With that said, if you look at the story closely and in accordance to the rules you can fully see why Battler is the culprit. If he is not the culprit then you are misleading the reader instead of tricking the detective and then the reader by proxy. Either way I've grown bored of waiting and so anyone else can take my spot.

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He died when it melted. So what happened?
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Ange always looks so upset. That's not my intention!
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He died when it melted. So what happened?

The culprit wished to kill the victim without leaving a trace. So they gave the victim a necklace with a pendant of some kind. The pendant was made of Substance Y - which either reacts violently with steam or reacts violently when jostled - encased in Substance X - which melts when heated and moistened. The victim entered the shower, and the trap was activated; X melted, releasing Y, which exploded, which killed him.

Audra's theory is pretty much how the original scenario played out. Here's how it happened.

The victim was an athlete and ace striker on his team. At a children's charity game three weeks before an important title match, he is presented with a commemorative gold medal on a chain, an appropriate present considering the occasion. An image of the victim heading a ball into a net was carved into the surface. The victim was accustomed to wearing jewelry and the award was presented by the very children who would benefit from the game's revenue so there was little suspicion. He puts it on immediately, looking forward to showing it to his daughter.

Following the end of the game, the victim enters the locker room to shower. He turns the shower on full and steps into the stream of water. The victim knew there was something wrong when he felt an intense burning. For a moment, he thought the water might have been too hot. Then he looked down and saw a brilliant light emanating from his chest. He opened his mouth to scream, and at that moment something exploded. The scream died in his throat.

Here's the science behind it.

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Thank you for playing. I hope you enjoyed the game.
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It was fun, thanks~

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Try to keep questions accurate and concise.

Any ambiguous questions or questions that may be interpreted differently will be answered "Maybe." In this case, I would recommend dropping the question or attempt to word it differently.

He died when it melted. So what happened?
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>Was it something in his hand?
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Was it something inside of him?
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Did "it" melt because it was moved?

Did "it" melting trigger a chemical reaction between "it" and the weapon?
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Someone was killed by nitrogen gas. How did they die?
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Normally these things go a lot faster, but not a lot of people wanted to play.

I was wondering when you'd show up again.
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Well, they may have been... Distracted by some things that happened in /teaparty/.
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Too much going on there for me to follow.

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I keep somewhat unusual hours, and was busy during the bulk of the game.

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