Book: Suspects & Sleuth's Murder Mystery Design Guide - A Guide to Creating, Writing, and Hosting your own Murder Mystery Dinner Party Games by Brianna Carlisle, Steven E. Frenchcategories: Book, Murder, Mystery, Design Guide, Dinner, Party, Create, Host, Write, Suspect, Sleuth, Murder Mystery Dinner Party Games
Brianna Carlisleabout this book: If you have ever wanted to write and host your own murder mystery party games but you did not know where to start or how to begin than this book is the perfect guide for you! All the ideas and inspiration you could possibly ever need to create the professional quality murder mystery dinner party games of your dreams are included here in this guide. You can create an unlimited variety of murder mystery scenarios and stories using our system. I present to you a step by step guide for not only creating unique murder mystery scenarios but also a guide to hosting the games you write and ideas for creating your own game components, props, decorations, and costume suggestions.
Using this guide and my system is the best solution to all of these issues described. Here is why:
You get to decide on any time period, theme, genre, and whatever location you desire. The games you create with this system are playable one time, but you can use the system to create an unique murder mystery scenario every time you desire with a new theme, new location, new event, new victim, new villain, new suspects, new clues, new plots, etc.
Not only can you decide on the structure of the game scenarios created with this system, but you can also customize them to meet the needs of the game style you wish to play. I will give you several variants for the games created with my system and various ideas on how to begin and end them. You can also control the level of difficulty in your scenarios.
Using this guide and my unique system, you have the flexibility to write characters for your game scenarios that will also suit the interests of your players, as you know them better than anyone else. You can write your scenario for all women or all men, or a combination of both.
My system allows you to choose whatever themes and content you feel is suitable to the type of scenario you wish to write for your players.
With my system and method you can write your scenarios for as many players as you might want. You can write them for six players, or one hundred. It's up to you. Creating a new scenario is free, you only have to buy my book one time. You can create an endless number of scenarios with this guide using this system.
This guide contains numerous lists to provide you with an limitless supply of ideas and inspiration for writing a new scenario any time you want. My system is flexible and customizable. Each chart lists numerous possibilities to choose from and you are able to expand them as needed or desired.
I have provided all the information, suggestions, and advice you could possibly need in order to host your game event from beginning to end.
I include ideas for creating your own props, decorations, and costumes to be used in the game and information on how to create any game components you may need for a game. I also give you the ideas on how to achieve all this on a shoestring budget. You can make your games as cheap or as expensive and elaborate as you so desire.
In this guide you will find everything you need to create a super fabulous murder mystery.
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