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    Long live the Emperor! Long live the Holy Roman Empire!

    Nachzehrer.pdf

    Credit to Sherlock XLII for this suggestion and Midsummer for this idea which he did in his old board.

    The time limit for this short board is 2 weeks. Only one blue is accepted per person. The blues will all be collated and posted on the forum at the end of the time limit. Those whose blues are correct or those I deem are decently close will be declared the winners.

    Thank you Sherlock42 for one shotting this.

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    I believe the culprit to be the person that Wolfgang saw before he did the Ferris Wheel thing. I will call him Beowulf Prime (B').

    My theory goes as follows. B' killed B early on with a stab to his chest and then placed his body in Wolfgang's house with the knife trap lodged on the ceiling, which will drop and puncture his back in time. This is to give off the illusion that his death was actually recent. As for the body warmth the room could be simply kept hot. Cough thermodynamics cough. The perfume is to mask the rotting smell. I presume he did this early on before he showed himself at the Ferris Wheel.

    As for how he entered Wolfgang's house, He snuck into Wolfgang's house last night and opened the window. The then entered through the window placed the body set the chain and left. But before he did, he placed the silver trinket (which is dense and heavy) to use as a mechanism to lock the window from the inside when he leaves. (I hope this is not considered a string trick uwu). He then scattered the blood trails and climbed out of the window.

    Beowulf Prime then went all the way the Ferris Wheel and purposely showed Wolfgang his face to set his trick in place, burnt himself when he's at the top of the Ferris Wheel until there's only ashes left so when the cabin returned down he wasn't there. I kinda got this idea that he will disappear by killing himself during the karma prose because it seems natural that he is guilt ridden after murdering his twin brother. My evidence for this is the money since it would kind of make sense as DWaM pointed out if it was for two people. He also faked the limp because he knew Beowulf had a leg injury to add some credibility to his elaborate trick.

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    Winter never had a sister!

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    Seguko didn't kill anyone. His alibi is rock solid too!

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    Leraz is not Junsuke's child.

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    Winter never read [The Smiles of Heaven]!

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    Winter does not have a gambling addiction.

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    My my, this got exciting. However, there are still inconsistencies!

    Firstly, Entror had alibi for all the murders. Secondly, there is a victim that doesn't fit into any of the two signatures you posited. Niko did not lose a family member in the war and she did not have a note placed on her dead body.

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