Title: Who Died? And Why?
Created by: O'Malley
Tragedy Set: Mystery Zone
Difficulty: 11/10 - Actually Impossible
Description: YOU CAN READ THIS TO YOUR PLAYERS: "Hello. If you have came here, we told you about our note detailing the upcoming... events. you are most likely in the understanding that no matter how hard you try, this mystery is far too difficult for any of our experts to solve. We have no idea what's going on. We've entitled this case therefore by the most prominent question, "Who died? And why?" because we need your help to answer them. We'll need your assistance in uncovering what roles and culprits there are, and convicting whoever is behind this. Judging by the patterns of crime recently, some mastermind is behind all of this. This, if we can find out information, might be the time we catch him. Good luck." -Signed, someone... somewhere
Main Plot: A Quilt of Incidents
Subplot 1: Tricky Twins
Subplot 2: Dance of Fools
Number of Loops: 3-5 (really, depends on how much you want the Protagonists to suffer)
Days per Loop: 8
Hints for Mastermind:
If you are playing this scenario, you should have TONS of experience. Go with your gut and really follow the basic rules. Don't give the Protagonists information, always try to win with the same loss conditions, and recognize them yourself - I'm too lazy right now.
Victory Conditions for Mastermind:
Said I was too lazy.
|Day 1||Closed Circle||Class Rep|
|Day 2||Serial Murder||Henchman|
|Day 3||Hospital Incident||Scientist|
|Day 4||Increasing Unease||Pop Idol|
|Day 5||Serial Murder||Henchman|
|Day 6||Silver Bullet||Police Officer|
|Day 7||Serial Murder||Henchman|
|Mystery Boy||Private Investigator|
|Boss (Turf on School)||Conspiracy Theorist|
This script is impossible to win during the loops, but it's not a terrible script because the protagonists can win on the final guess. We played 4 loops and the protagonists won on the final guess. I actually thought this was a very enjoyable script to play for both sides. The PI/Twin combo was very exciting and a big surprise for the protagonists.
Published by Alan Tran