The Mystery resolved

The guests have left, bodies litter the landscape. I get to gather up the crumbs. Literally.

Offspring #1’s Mystery Party was a success. Yes, the plot was lame, but the guests got into the spirit of the thing with some enthusiasm, committing several additional “murders” over the course of the evening.

And believe it or not, there was food left over; not what you expect from a healthy bunch of late teens. Thus I took away a large amount of left-overs. But no cake, of course!

The concept (the murder/mystery party) is a good one, and there’s certainly a lot of work in setting up all the characters and scenarios. If I were organising one again I’d first spend a fair amount of time checking the track record of the game and feedback from previous players. (there’s a forum for the “Dinner and a Murder” customers). As for writing one yourself – a formidable task, probably best not commenced on a tight schedule!

Offspring #2 and his girl celebrated their 6-month-iversary today.

j

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