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  • Blackrune Blackrune

    @Blackrune said in The Phantom Shot S:

    THE CULPRIT DOES NOT POSSESS SUPERNATURAL ABILITIES. Did you even read the rules? Yare yare daze...

    I have decided that this red did not meet the standards for a red truth trade after all...
    As such, another truth is offered up by GG instead to restore balance in the universe:

    The clone pods do not have the capability to modify clone bodies beyond adding memories. No clone left the pod they were made in with anything added to or removed from their bodies.

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  • Blackrune Blackrune

    No bullet was ever fired from a gun into a pipe.

    At no point was there a way for an outside bullet to enter the facility except through the main entrance or one of the four windows (if breached beforehand or in the process).

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  • Blackrune Blackrune

    Same theory, but for Eva and Hideyoshi the wrench was simply used to set the chain from outside.

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  • Blackrune Blackrune

    Same theory with Jessica as the culprit for the first twilights, adjusted ending:

    Eva: She chained and locked the door. However, Jessica used a master key to unlock the door, and then a monkey wrench to remove it from its hinges. She then entered, killed Eva, and put the door back in place from the inside, finally locking it again, all while the chain remained set.

    Hideyoshi: There's a secret passage from the mirror in Kinzo's study into the VIP room, which Jessica used to enter and set up this murder.

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  • Blackrune Blackrune

    The culprit is Jessica.

    1st twilight: She used Gohda's master key, or she used Shannon's master key and then "found" it on her body.

    2nd twilight: While seemingly grieving in her room, Jessica slipped out and ambushed Rudolf and Kyrie, who were trying to do their own thing there. Then, as before, she used a rope trick to pull the table towards the door.

    She then slipped out of the guesthouse from the servants' room to kill Eva/Hideyoshi/Gohda. Gohda was straightforward. For Eva, she threatened her at gunpoint to set the chain and then stabbed her stomach through the gap. Then she pulled on some previously attached wire that pulled her into the closet. There's bound to be a knot that makes that work. HIdeyoshi was done similarly, just without the wire.

    After that, she returned to the guest house. The rest is mere fantasy, so anything could have happened in the end to cause the remaining deaths.

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  • Blackrune Blackrune

    Hrm, well if I have to insist.

    Same Kinzo theory.

    Same simple rope trick as before, but pulling the kitchen table towards the interior door instead. The door gap has only been confirmed airtight for the exterior door. Table was made lighter by taking out all the tableware so it could be pulled. Checks out decently enough.

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  • Blackrune Blackrune

    Same theory, but with an adjusted second twilight:

    When the lights went out, Rudolf and Kyrie knocked out the others and met in the kitchen. (either due to panic from the blackout or their own futile plans to stop the culprit.)

    There, they do get stabbed by Kinzo. He then uses the rope trick described before, except the ropes go through the gap in the other door. Which was an interior door, so it's not subject to the previous red.

    Of course, they need anchoring points on the door where they were found for that to work.

    One was simply the door's handle.

    The other was a piece of cloth taped to the door with lots of duct tape. Due to reduced friction on the ground by making it all slippery, this managed to hold. Of course, this was also attached to a separate rope so it could be retrieved with a strong pull after the fact.

    .......................................Or they just pulled the kitchen island table. But that'd be too easy.

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  • Blackrune Blackrune

    Why adjust what hasn't yet been denied, I guess.

    The culprit is Kinzo., who was secretly alive. He stole Gohda's master key to commit the first murders. Naturally, the servants that knew of him still being alive had to perish first.

    He ambushed the two groups by turning off the lights separetely in two locations. Kyrie and Rudolf got a chance to resist but the guns proved useless as the bullets had been replaced by blanks.

    The bodies were brought to the kitchen and stabbed several times. Then some rope was bound around them and laid out on the floor out of the room, underneath the door. Perhaps some ice from the freezer or oil was used to make the floor more slippery for the pulling.

    The door was closed and locked with a key from the knocked out people, which then got returned.

    Then he just pulled them towards the door with the rope, leaving the bloodtrail.

    The rest again proceeded similarly to what the other detective stated. Kinzo can roam the mansion freely and just ambushed one of Eva or Gohda as he got the chance, using their keys to create Gohda's locked room.

    For Hideyoshi's, he either got him through the gap while the chain was set, or Hideyoshi managed to set it after being attacked, as death wasn't instant. Either way, Kinzo then simply locked the door from the outside.

    For Eva, he set the chain and was hiding inside the room while George was there.

    The rest, of course, were simple killings. No mysteries.

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  • Blackrune Blackrune

    Let it be known that you reap what you sow.

    Nothing ever passed through the window in North's room.

    THE CULPRIT DOES NOT POSSESS SUPERNATURAL ABILITIES. Did you even read the rules? Yare yare daze...

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