Show Posts

You can view here all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas to which you currently have access.


Messages - cat

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 150
1
Angelica Crosley

Doctor, could you please...

2
Angelica Crosley

I don't think touching the body is dangerous. As long as you didn't drink from his glass, you should be safe.

3
Angelica Crosley

While you were passed out, it was discovered that calmative pills were missing. Do you think you were drugged? Or was that seizure a side effect of your visions? I could not find anything in your glass, but this can be because of my limited chemical skills.

In the meantime, I realized that "mud and blood" must refer to trenches and battlefields. I asked Colonel Burnes if he knew of any guest here having served during the Great War, but he sadly didn't answer my question.

4
Angelica Crosley

Madame Sky, thank god you are awake! Are you alright?

5
Angelica Crosley

// Puts her arm around Penelope Lancaster's shoulder and turns her away from the corpse.

Poor Penelope...


6
Angelica Crosley

Indeed, doctor, please help her!

7
Examining the label of the pills did not result in any new insight. By the way, where did you store the pills? I assume it was in the sink cabinet?

8
Angelica Crosley

As I'm neither a doctor nor a pharmacist, the number of pills is useless to me.

9
My one-year old daughter likes to "use <random object> on <other random object>" and sometimes I comment this with generic replies like "That doesn't work" or "I don't think so" :)

10
I think there were several reasons why interest was so low.
  • The game in question was not interesting at all.
  • The time frame for the competition was too long.
  • The previous box art activity was a workshop with different phases. People would post updates on their progress which kept the thread active and motivated others.

Have a look here:
http://www.adventuregamestudio.co.uk/forums/index.php?topic=48770.0 and
http://www.adventuregamestudio.co.uk/forums/index.php?topic=48852.0

11
Angelica Crosley

I can try to examine the bottle, but I can't make any promises. In any case, I'd like to know the agent of the pills, maybe it is written on the label?

12
Angelica Crosley

This, Mary, is an excellent question. What does everyone know about the two of them? I only met them occasionally in town and our conversations were limited to general civility and a few words about the weather.

13
The Rumpus Room / Re: Happy Birthday Thread!
« on: 16 Oct 2018, 19:27 »
I did, thanks :-D

14
Angelica Crosley

Mary, I had a strong suspicion that poison was involved. So I took a closer look at the glass. Since I took a chemistry class at university and also did a lot of research for my books, I know quite a bit about the topic.

On the other hand, doctor, I don't know much about pharmacology. Considering the amount of missing pills, was the dose life-threatening? Can you give some antidote? When do you think the pills were given to her?

15
Angelica Crosley

I agree on calming things down, Mr. Green. However, I suggest you refrain from drinking any more booze, as you call it. While you were merely looking for clues, I found proof that Graham Harlington's drink was poisoned.

Which, of course, brings me to the following question: who had the opportunity to put poison in his drink? Mary and Hank, you were serving the drinks - did you notice anything suspicious?

16
Angelica Crosley

Objecting to clue-hunting? You were fiddling with an unconscious lady! What on earth were you looking for? What is your relation with Madame Sky anyway? Were you paid by her for investigations? You mentioned something like this earlier this evening.

17
Angelica Crosley

Mister Green, what are you doing? Don't you think this is inappropriate what you are doing?

18
The Rumpus Room / Re: Happy Birthday Thread!
« on: 15 Oct 2018, 18:14 »
Thanks! (laugh)

19
I'm a bit confused by how the palette is presented - it's 15 colours in total, right?

20
Adventure Related Talk & Chat / Re: A game for Halloween
« on: 14 Oct 2018, 18:21 »
The Decorcist.
I always read this as "The Decorist" which makes me think of curtains and flower arrangements :P

Anyway, this thread is a good idea, we could collect games that fit the halloween theme, like Stupot's Halloween Watchlist.

  • Curses/witchcraft
  • Possession/demonic
  • Undead (zombies/vampires)
  • Ghost stories
  • Slasher flicks
  • Psychological horror
  • Creatures/monsters
  • Comedy/parody
  • Miscellaneous horror
  • Miscellaneous not-necessarily horror.

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 150