History TabletopGame / Clue

16th Nov '16 12:03:13 AM CrazyLegs2
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* KillerRobot: In one story, Mr. Boddy gets a robot butler. One guests uses it to their advantage by ordering it to kill another guest.

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* KillerRobot: In one story, Mr. Boddy gets a robot butler. One guests guest uses it to their advantage by ordering it to kill another guest.
11th Nov '16 8:05:08 PM Nicoaln
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* ImprobableWeaponUser: Lead pipes, Candlesticks, and wrenches don't exactly come to mind as murder weapons.
** ImprovisedWeapon: However, in a pinch, they ''can'' inflict enough blunt force trauma to kill a person.
17th Oct '16 1:34:16 AM dvorak
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* GhostlyGoals: The early 2000's computer version (distributed in boxes of cereal) had the Murderer,Location, and Weapon cards secreted away by Mr. Boddy's ghost (a pair of hands glowing with blue fire).

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* GhostlyGoals: The early 2000's computer version (distributed in boxes of cereal) had the Murderer,Location, Murderer, Location, and Weapon cards secreted away by Mr. Boddy's ghost (a pair of hands glowing with blue fire).
17th Oct '16 1:31:34 AM dvorak
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* GhostlyGoals: The early 2000's computer version (distributed in boxes of cereal) had the Murderer,Location, and Weapon cards secreted away by Mr. Boddy's ghost (a pair of hands glowing with blue fire).
2nd Oct '16 1:16:46 AM GoblinCipher
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* GetYourMindOutOfTheGutter: Some players giggle at the implications of things like "Miss Scarlett with the candlestick in the Hall..."
2nd Oct '16 1:15:36 AM GoblinCipher
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* BallroomBlitz: The murder has a one in nine chance of being this.
25th Aug '16 1:10:49 PM AnoneMouseJr
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* HalloweenEpisode: Books 2 and 10 each have a chapter set on Halloween.


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* TwoMenOneDress: The book ''The ''Secret'' Secret Passage'' includes the chapter "Trick or Treat", set on Halloween, with seven characters in six costumes. The last to arrive at the mansion is a two-headed man with a knife in each head, who turns out to be two guests sharing one outfit.
27th Jul '16 7:30:07 PM Piromano80
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* OldDarkHouse

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* OldDarkHouseOldDarkHouse: Mr. Boddy's mansion.



*** In the US Spanish editions/rules, he's Senor Caddaver!

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*** In the US Spanish editions/rules, he's Senor Caddaver!Señor Cadáver!



* SecretUndergroundPassage

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* SecretUndergroundPassageSecretUndergroundPassage: There are two conecting diagonally the rooms in each corner. How they don't intersect is anyone guess.
5th Jul '16 10:48:22 PM Digifiend
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* MarketBasedTitle: "Clue" in North America, with Miss Scarlett losing a "T", Rev. Green being defrocked (or a businessman, which turns this into a PunnyName), and the distinguished Dr. Black given the pun name Mr. Boddy.
6th Jun '16 7:47:42 PM orvillethird
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*** In the US Spanish editions/rules, he's Senor Caddaver!


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* ShesAManInJapan: A few characters change sex in [[http://www.cluedofan.com/foreign.htm foreign versions]]. A particularly major example is Chile's. Colonel Mustard and Professor Plum are female, and Mrs. White and Miss Peacock are males.


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* UpdatedReRelease: 1988's ''Clue: Master Detective'', which gives background information on the game and characters (both in the game and around the world), as well as new characters (all of whom show up in the VCR game), new weapons and new rooms.
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