FAQ - Updated March 8So wait... what am I supposed to do each round?More Like This
This is a story focused tournament so you create your own conflicts, murders and victims. You are judged how well you use your opponent’s character into your story and how engaging it is involving a murder following the Golden Rule.
What's the Golden Rule again?
At least one NPC must die each round. Who, what, where, why and how are up to you.
Do we have to write a murder mystery? Or what if I’m not good at writing mysteries but interested in the concept?
No, you don’t have, but your story should revolve around murders. It could be a horror story in matter of fact, or even a thriller. What’s important is to keep our interest following the Golden Rule.
What kind of murder mystery and crime solving are you expecting from us?
Anything that tickles your fancy. You can go from the classical Sherlock Holmes storytelling to full body-horror, Saw style.
How do the NPC deaths work? Do you pick who dies? If
TF2 - Respawn Family"Medic. . . . . Medic . . . .!"More Like This
No, no, no, he didn't like this, not one little bit. He was being shaken by a large, warm hand on his shoulder, and the doctor screwed his eyes up tighter.
He was in the middle of a dream, where he was at home, in Germany, safe and warm and away from all the fighting and gore, able to laugh and have fun genuinely, without fear or memories of death, destruction and murder.
No, no, no, he didn't like this at all.
It wasn't right. He could laugh and have fun here. This was home.
Finally, he awoke, eyes blurred, even with his circular glasses on, the ceiling blindingly white, as he realized he was in the Respawn Room, the room next to his own infirmary.
"Doktor . . ?" came a large voice that the Medic could not pinpoint. His head was heavy and vision swimming in the pale, sterile-smelling room.
Medic finally managed to sit up, shakily propping himself up onto his elbows. He felt as if he was detached from his body, like he was just rudely awakened