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Alacrity
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Murder Mystery Games

I want to run a murder mystery for my tabletop group (5e D&D) but when I look around at modules out there made as murder mysteries, they all seem to bog down into combat after combat where basically the last NPC standing is the murderer. Not very challenging.

Does anyone know of any good Mystery modules out there? Doesn't have to be D&D, I can adapt from another system.

 



Posted on 2018-12-07 at 06:09:50.

Ayrn
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So... you're looking for a module where the PCs play the role of detectives trying to figure who killed someone (or some people) without the PCs having the murder everyone in between?



Posted on 2018-12-07 at 07:53:44.

Alacrity
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if you put it that way

Yes. Or that the murderer kills everyone between the start and end of module making process of elimination very simple.



Posted on 2018-12-07 at 07:55:46.

Ayrn
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Ah, yes... that would not be much of a mystery then.

I searched my stash. I don't have anything.

Sorry



Posted on 2018-12-08 at 00:02:40.

Grugg
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I'd suggest reading a sherlock story and changing every second character into a dwarf.

 

Or a gnome.

 

Frakkin gnomes,



Posted on 2018-12-08 at 01:42:38.

Chessicfayth
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The gnome was the fall guy. It was the goats.



Posted on 2018-12-08 at 20:34:41.

Alacrity
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I ended up writing my own



Posted on 2018-12-08 at 21:47:20.

   
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