Kill Your Darlings – Team MbD / Lillelara / TA: Summary of the Team’s Additional Cards & Points Claimed

Lillelara:
  • Severus Snape as a victim from the red game play. Book read: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. => 10 points
  • Green Dragon Pub as a crime scene from the yellow game play. Book read: Cocaine Blues. => 10 points

=> 20 extra points

Themis-Athena:
  • Val McDermid: The Distant Echo => Suspect: Arthur Conan Doyle (genre: mystery) – Red Round => 10 points
  • Agatha Christie: Murder Is Easy => Victim: Atticus Finch (book with a person of strong moral character; author’s last name begins with a letter in “FINCH”) – Yellow Round => 10 points
  • J.K. Rowling: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix  => Victim: Katniss Everdene (genre: YA) – Red Round => 10 points
  • J.K. Rowling: Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince => Crime Scene: Pemberley (title contains all letters in “PRIDE”) – Red Round => 10 points
  • J.K. Rowling: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows => Crime Scene: The Dark Tower (genre: fantasy) – Yellow Round => 10 points
  • Juli Zeh: Unterleuten => Crime Scene: Watts, L.A. (one of the book’s POV characters wears a blue dress at the village assembly that sets in motion the book’s major course of events) – Yellow Round => 10 points
  • Werner Böcking: Von Köln zum Meer => Crime Scene: Orient Express (a book that deals with people traveling) – Red Round => 10 points
  • Dennis McCarthy & June Schlueter: “A Brief Discourse of Rebellion & Rebels” by George North => Cause of Death: shot with bow and arrow (title starts with a letter in “BOW” / “ARROW”) – Yellow Round => 10 points

=> 80 extra points

Murder by Death:

On the basis of MbD’s wrap-up post:

=> 160 extra points

Total extra points: 260

Divided by number of team members: 86,67 (= rounded: 87 points)

 

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