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Posted by Dr. Bon Blossman on Jun 23rd 2021
If you have been invited to a murder mystery party or if you are hosting - either way, it's time to hone your craft and get into character. These are five things to consider when developing your character role.
Talks in the third person
Speaks to food before eating - apologizes to or thanks the food.
Obsessed about personal hygiene, grooming, appearance
Emotional (overly) - have some tissues for when you fake cry
Lethargic/narcoleptic - takes cat naps.
Tells everyone they are vegan but wears leather and eats dairy.
Takes everything personally - easily offended
Suspicious of everyone - don't trust anyone
Paces while thinking
Boasts about their accomplishments
Steals bites of other people's food
Taps chin or their nose while thinking
Over explainer - has to give the minute details of everything - even when obvious.
Takes credit for other people's work
Clears throat constantly
Has an annoying &/or loud laugh
Hums when the room goes silent/hums in between sentences
Smacks gum while chewing
The Fine Details:
I hope this helps you play your role in a manner that you are most comfortable with to have an optimal experience at your murder mystery party. There is no right or wrong to acting a character role at a mystery game. Just keep one thing in mind - it's a game, and you are there to have fun.
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