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* AncientConspiracy: A fairly modern one in the 50s. The Cult later named Applewhite is an organization that has ties with the U.S. Government, overlapping with [[GovernmentConspiracy Government Conspiracy.]]

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* AncientConspiracy: A fairly modern one in the 50s. The Cult cult, later named Applewhite is forming an organization that named Applewhite, has ties with the U.S. Government, overlapping with [[GovernmentConspiracy Government Conspiracy.]]



* BigBad: The Murderers in general. Particularly [[spoiler: Adrian Mc Caffery]] in Season 1, [[spoiler: John Doe, and Jeff Hill]] in Season 2, [[spoiler: Hitler]] in Season 3, Now [[spoiler: Cameron Knoll]] as of Season 4.

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* BigBad: The Murderers in general. Particularly [[spoiler: Adrian Mc Caffery]] [=McCaffery=]]] in Season 1, [[spoiler: John Doe, and Jeff Hill]] in Season 2, [[spoiler: Hitler]] in Season 3, Now [[spoiler: Cameron Knoll]] as of in Season 4.4, [[spoiler: Christopher Jenkins]] in Season 5 and [[spoiler: Fredric [=McNarin=]]] in Season 4



* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: Season 2. John Doe is dead, Jeff Hill was apprehended and executed thanks to the Citizens.]] However, a handful of people that investigated the events were victims such as: [[spoiler: Abraham Ali and Kurt Green along with a few innocent citizens.]] Season 4 ends on the same note with some survivors, but it's revealed [[spoiler: the killings could have been prevented had Roman voted for Knoll instead of Poinxsquad.]]

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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: Season 2. John Doe is dead, Jeff Hill was apprehended and executed thanks to the Citizens.]] However, a handful of people that investigated the events were victims such as: as [[spoiler: Abraham Ali and Kurt Green along with a few innocent citizens.]] Season 4 ends on the same note with some survivors, but it's revealed [[spoiler: the killings could have been prevented had Roman voted for Knoll instead of Poinxsquad.]]



* CrusadingLawyer: Abraham Ali is this in Season 2, he does his best to help solve the murders and even knew one of the citizens by work experience before the events of Season 2 happened.

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* CrusadingLawyer: Abraham Ali is this in Season 2, he 2. He does his best to help solve the murders and even knew one of the citizens by work experience before the events of Season 2 happened.



* ContinuityNod: Minor in Season 2 where the Citizens mentioned the [[spoiler: Adrian Mc Caffery]] murder spree. Turns to a greater degree when Season 4 comes around where rumors around the U.S. spread about the latest events.
* DemBones: Vanolo is known for being a guy with no skin or muscles seen, he states that his skin and muscles simply merged with his skeleton.

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* ContinuityNod: Minor in Season 2 where the Citizens mentioned the [[spoiler: Adrian Mc Caffery]] [=McCaffery=]]] murder spree.case. Turns to a greater degree when Season 4 comes around where rumors around the U.S. spread about the latest events.
* DemBones: Vanolo is known for being a guy with no skin or muscles seen, he seen. He states that his skin and muscles simply merged with his skeleton.



* DwindlingParty: The main concept of the game, if there is only one innocent left then the killer wins. Saying the last victim's death with every detail.
* DownerEnding: [[spoiler: Season 1, Despite the Citizens' efforts, Adrian Mc Caffery kills everyone and gets away scot-free.]]

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* DwindlingParty: The main concept of the game, game is that if there is only one innocent left then the killer wins. Saying the last victim's death with every detail.
* DownerEnding: [[spoiler: Season 1, Despite the Citizens' efforts, Adrian Mc Caffery [=McCaffery=] kills everyone and gets away scot-free.]]



* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler: Adrian Mc Caffery was the killer all along and has killed everyone that partook the scenes, getting away without any arrest or trial.]]
* KillEmAll: [[spoiler: The outcome of Season 1 excluding Adrian Mc Caffery.]]

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* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler: Adrian Mc Caffery [=McCaffery=] was the killer all along and has killed everyone that partook the scenes, getting away without any arrest or trial.]]
* KillEmAll: [[spoiler: The outcome of Season 1 excluding Adrian Mc Caffery.[=McCaffery=].]]



* SignatureStyle: Every murderer so far has one: [[spoiler: Adrian]] uses a diaper to incapacitate victims, either deep frying them or butchering them then hiding the parts. [[spoiler: John Doe]] would kill a victim based on their lifestyle or background. [[spoiler: Jeff Hill]] would leave a note each time he kills while blending with the Citizens. [[spoiler: Cameron Knoll]] would frame himself so he can be declared innocent by most Citizens, killing victims while also framing others to confuse them all.
* SplitPersonality: It's revealed [[spoiler:Adrian Mc Caffery]] suffers this before the events have started in Season 1.

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* SignatureStyle: Every murderer so far has one: [[spoiler: Adrian]] Adrian [=McCaffery=]]] uses a diaper to incapacitate victims, either deep frying them or butchering them then hiding the parts. [[spoiler: John Doe]] would kill a victim based on their lifestyle or background. [[spoiler: Jeff Hill]] would leave a note each time he kills while blending with the Citizens. [[spoiler: Cameron Knoll]] would frame himself so he can be declared innocent by most Citizens, killing victims while also framing others to confuse them all.
* SplitPersonality: It's revealed [[spoiler:Adrian Mc Caffery]] [=McCaffery=]]] suffers this before the events have started in Season 1.


The players, called the Citizens, must guess and deal with the effects of their choices by their accusations. Each Citizen could be the killer and the crowd must work together to find out who is the Murderer. Every 24 hours in [[RealLife Real Life]], a player gets killed by the killer, then the players must decide who can be the Murderer by a voting process. If the most voted citizen gets executed and he or she wasn't the killer then the game continues, rinse and repeat. If the players all get killed by the Murderer then the Murderer automatically [[TheBadGuyWins wins the game.]] There have been 5 seasons so far.

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The players, called the Citizens, must guess and deal with the effects of their choices by their accusations. Each Citizen could be the killer and the crowd must work together to find out who is the Murderer. Every 24 hours in [[RealLife Real Life]], a player gets killed by the killer, then the players must decide who can be the Murderer by a voting process. If the most voted citizen gets executed and he or she wasn't the killer then the game continues, rinse and repeat. If the players all get killed by the Murderer then the Murderer automatically [[TheBadGuyWins wins the game.]] There have been 5 6 seasons so far.
far. It is currently on hiatus.


* TheSpeechless: Gordon Freeman (Yes, [[HalfLife that one]]) never speaks whenever he has the chance and is seen to only write notes to people instead of simply talking.

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* TheSpeechless: Gordon Freeman (Yes, [[HalfLife [[VideoGame/HalfLife that one]]) never speaks whenever he has the chance and is seen to only write notes to people instead of simply talking.


The players, called the Citizens, must guess and deal with the effects of their choices by their accusations. Each Citizen could be the killer and the crowd must work together to find out who is the Murderer. Every 24 hours in [[RealLife Real Life]], a player gets killed by the killer, then the players must decide who can be the Murderer by a voting process. If the most voted citizen gets executed and he or she wasn't the killer then the game continues, rinse and repeat. If the players all get killed by the Murderer then the Murderer automatically [[TheBadGuyWins wins the game.]] There are two seasons and another two planned in the future: Season 1, Season 2, and Season 3: Political Showdown. Season 4: Game Show has been announced.

[[Roleplay/FacepunchRPGroup Part of the Facepunch RP Group.]]

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The players, called the Citizens, must guess and deal with the effects of their choices by their accusations. Each Citizen could be the killer and the crowd must work together to find out who is the Murderer. Every 24 hours in [[RealLife Real Life]], a player gets killed by the killer, then the players must decide who can be the Murderer by a voting process. If the most voted citizen gets executed and he or she wasn't the killer then the game continues, rinse and repeat. If the players all get killed by the Murderer then the Murderer automatically [[TheBadGuyWins wins the game.]] There are two have been 5 seasons and another two planned in the future: Season 1, Season 2, and Season 3: Political Showdown. Season 4: Game Show has been announced.

so far.

[[Roleplay/FacepunchRPGroup Part of the Facepunch RP Group.]] [[Characters/MurderAtMidnight A character page exists for this RP.]]


* KillEmAll: [[spoiler: The outcome of Season 1 excluding Adrian Mc Caffery.

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* KillEmAll: [[spoiler: The outcome of Season 1 excluding Adrian Mc Caffery.]]

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* KillEmAll: [[spoiler: The outcome of Season 1 excluding Adrian Mc Caffery.


* AncientConspiracy: A fairy modern one in the 50s. The Cult later named Applewhite is an organization that has ties with the U.S. Government, overlapping with [[GovernmentConspiracy Government Conspiracy.]]

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* AncientConspiracy: A fairy fairly modern one in the 50s. The Cult later named Applewhite is an organization that has ties with the U.S. Government, overlapping with [[GovernmentConspiracy Government Conspiracy.]]


* AncientConspiracy: A fairy modern one in the 50s. The Cult later named Applewhite is an organization that has ties with the U.S. Government, overlapping with [[GovernmentConspiracy Government Conspiracy]]

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* AncientConspiracy: A fairy modern one in the 50s. The Cult later named Applewhite is an organization that has ties with the U.S. Government, overlapping with [[GovernmentConspiracy Government Conspiracy]] Conspiracy.]]


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* TheManBehindTheMan: Applewhite is this to every killer throughout the series.


* AncientConspiracy: A fairy modern one in the 50s. The Cult later named Applewhite is an organization that has ties with the U.S. Government, overlapping with [[GovernmentConspiracy]]

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* AncientConspiracy: A fairy modern one in the 50s. The Cult later named Applewhite is an organization that has ties with the U.S. Government, overlapping with [[GovernmentConspiracy]] [[GovernmentConspiracy Government Conspiracy]]


* AncientConspiracy: A fairy modern one in the 50s. The Cult later named Applewhite is an organization that has ties with the U.S. Government, overlapping with [[Government Conspiracy]]

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* AncientConspiracy: A fairy modern one in the 50s. The Cult later named Applewhite is an organization that has ties with the U.S. Government, overlapping with [[Government Conspiracy]] [[GovernmentConspiracy]]

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* AncientConspiracy: A fairy modern one in the 50s. The Cult later named Applewhite is an organization that has ties with the U.S. Government, overlapping with [[Government Conspiracy]]


* SignatureStyle: Every murderer so far has one: [[spoiler: Adrian]] uses a diaper to incapacitate victims, either deep frying them or butchering them then hiding the parts. [[spoiler: John Doe]] would kill a victim based on their lifestyle or background. [[spoiler: Jeff Hill]] would leave a note each time he/she kills while blending with the Citizens. [[spoiler: Cameron Knoll]] would frame him/herself so he can be declared innocent by most Citizens, killing victims while also framing others to confuse them all.

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* SignatureStyle: Every murderer so far has one: [[spoiler: Adrian]] uses a diaper to incapacitate victims, either deep frying them or butchering them then hiding the parts. [[spoiler: John Doe]] would kill a victim based on their lifestyle or background. [[spoiler: Jeff Hill]] would leave a note each time he/she he kills while blending with the Citizens. [[spoiler: Cameron Knoll]] would frame him/herself himself so he can be declared innocent by most Citizens, killing victims while also framing others to confuse them all.


* FrameUp: A killer strategy used frequently then later playing a major part of the plot when [[spoiler: Knoll is getting set up by the killer]] in Season 4

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* FrameUp: A killer strategy used frequently then later playing a major part of the plot when [[spoiler: Knoll is getting set up by the killer]] in Season 44. [[spoiler: Turns out that was what he was going for the whole time.]]

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* SignatureStyle: Every murderer so far has one: [[spoiler: Adrian]] uses a diaper to incapacitate victims, either deep frying them or butchering them then hiding the parts. [[spoiler: John Doe]] would kill a victim based on their lifestyle or background. [[spoiler: Jeff Hill]] would leave a note each time he/she kills while blending with the Citizens. [[spoiler: Cameron Knoll]] would frame him/herself so he can be declared innocent by most Citizens, killing victims while also framing others to confuse them all.


* BigBad: The Murderers in general. Particularly [[spoiler: Adrian Mc Caffery]] in Season 1, [[spoiler: John Doe, and Jeff Hill]] in Season 2, now [[spoiler: Hitler]] in Season 3.

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* BigBad: The Murderers in general. Particularly [[spoiler: Adrian Mc Caffery]] in Season 1, [[spoiler: John Doe, and Jeff Hill]] in Season 2, now [[spoiler: Hitler]] in Season 3. 3, Now [[spoiler: Cameron Knoll]] as of Season 4.

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