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Cursed Clue Character? Answered

Here's something you might find interesting. I enjoy playing Clue, as does my family. A short while ago we bought a new board, and we've been playing with it. Everything was going fine, until something freaky started happening. Almost always Professor Plum did it. We tried shuffling differently, checking the cards, everything. Then we started keeping track. as of now of 15 times played, our favorite Egyptologist did it 11 times. Now that's just freaky. He did it with an array of weapons and locations, but he's been consistently a killer. Anyone know how to excorsise a game piece?

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Bran

10 years ago

Think about it this way: you have a better shot at winning now.

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KentsOkayBran

Reply 10 years ago

Yah, everyone guesses Plum at first.

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Bran

10 years ago

Wow! Plum is my favorite character! I can't believe he does it so much. I'm not an exorcist, so no, can't help you there.

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bumpus

10 years ago

the cross between a Ouija board and Clue?

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KentsOkaybumpus

Reply 10 years ago

Well other than killing a bunch of people he/it hasn't done anything else weird...

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PatrikKentsOkay

Reply 10 years ago

Yeah, if you're going to call that weird, you might as well call all of us weirdos. I mean, we've all killed the occasional person every now and then, right? Right?

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Labot2001chooseausername

Reply 10 years ago

The freezer? Is that less conspicuous than the pool?

*Goes to move corpse*

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KentsOkayPatrik

Reply 10 years ago

Yah but 11 is a bit excessive...

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PatrikKentsOkay

Reply 10 years ago

That merely raises it to the level of a dedicated hobbyist. ;-)

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KentsOkayPatrik

Reply 10 years ago

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Erm, what if you've only killed once or twice than?

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PKM

10 years ago

Either a) find a priest with some spare time, holy water and crucifixes and all that b) Perhaps iron the cards or flatten them under a heavy object for a while. You can always find a different way of shuffling the pack, or deal the killer card from the bottom, or even get someone to cut and take a card from the middle of the pack.

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KentsOkayPKM

Reply 10 years ago

Hmm, avoiding dealing him would be a good idea, what will ironing do though?

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PKMKentsOkay

Reply 10 years ago

Well I would imagine it is dealt more often because the card is slightly bent. It might be that it got damp once and now the coating is a bit sticky, which ironing probably wouldn't help, however. I guess you really need a mechanical randomising device, possibly in the form of a solid cube or octahedron with enumerated faces...

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KitemanPKM

Reply 10 years ago

I can do the job - I clicked the wrong button on a pagan website I was browsing (for reasons I forget), and accidentally got ordained as a priest. If you ever need a quick wedding, and you're on holiday in Vegas at the same time as me, I'm your man.

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n8man

10 years ago

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh.

It's possessed.

Burn it

Burn it

Burn it before it eats your soul.

*screaming with foaming mouth

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Doctor What

10 years ago

If I were you, I'd follow his example.

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Spl1nt3rC3ll

10 years ago

You'd better burn that card... Though it might release his spirit.

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KitemanKentsOkay

Reply 10 years ago

All I need to do is find the email and print out my certificate...

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chooseausername

10 years ago

Last time I played Cluedo (that's the other name), Colonel Mustard was the cursed one.

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chooseausernameKentsOkay

Reply 10 years ago

Oh, I don't remember exactly. Last time I played this game, I was teenager ... I just remember that Mustard was the one who killed the most : Many steaks with Mustard.