Derek Long
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I asked this before, but got no response, so I thought I'd try again:

If Chaplin is revealed (event or turn 16) what happens if:

(a) There are no 18B suspects and also no POIs?
(b) There are no 18Bs and there is only one POI?
(c) The person selected by the identification process is already dead? [This cannot happen - see p 20, viii.]

We played:
(a) Not yet met this situation, but would treat it as "Chaplin was just an unsubstantiated rumour".
(b) The POI is Chaplin.

Dan - is that correct?
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I thought dead characters were removed from the Chaplin track.
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domus_ludorum wrote:
I thought dead characters were removed from the Chaplin track.


Quite correct! Thanks for pointing that out (p20, point viii). So that leaves situations (a) and (b) unresolved and makes them slightly more likely to occur (because removal of Chaplin markers will reduce the likelihood that there is anyone in the 18B or POI boxes).
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Yes, Derek, that's right. Chaplin could, of course, have been accidentally killed in the course of the fighting.
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Thanks, Dan!
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