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"Sigmar preserve us..." Lady Elisabeth whispered, wide eyed at first before turning away. "Not in all my years in this country have I seen such... such... ugh!"

"And all was looking so well, finally, after disposing of that Undead monster... Will this madness not end? No one deserves a death like that..." She takes a few moments and holds her nostrils closed as if not even wanting to smell the bloody odour. "This is just so cruel... to the point of someone either hating him tremendously... or one of us is a cultist."

She looked up to the tall Elf. "I am almost ashamed to say that... I slept comfortably. For the first time. I went to bed joyous, that we had dealt a blow to whatever evil is stalking this manor. But..." She shook her head and swallowed.

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"Well Thalos I doubht what I did last night will come as much of a suprise to you. I did indeed leave my room last night for the first time since we have been held here. I left my room for the sole purpose of delivering a written message to Thalos. I believed that there was a good chance that I would not survive the night and because I trust Thalos I decided to entrust him with a message. The message contained my thoughts on who I believed to be my killer if I were not to survive the night, which I hoped could prove helpful in apprehending my killer in the event of my death. I went directly to Thalo's room and after finding out that he was not there I left my message. I then returned to my room and did not leave until this morning. While I was out in the halls I saw nothing suspicious or out of the ordinary." replied Ruprecht matter of factly.

"Also if any of you haved recieved notes on a past night I will tell you now that I did not write them. I myself recieved an anonymous note on our fourth night here. Its message was cryptic and I can honestly say I have no idea who its author was."

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*Thalos shakes his head sorrowfully*

I am afraid that I have not been completly honest with you when I asked the questions just now, the point of my dishonesty has been that my intent has been somewhat veiled, a veil that I shall now remove. I specifically decided to ask what you did last night Ruprect due to the knowledge that you feared an assassination, and as such I did not believe you guilty of anything. I would have mentioned Wilhelm as his critical thoughts of myself yesterday did put a worry to my heart, however today I have learned something new that has removed that worry.

*he turns and eyes Elisabeth cooly, his blue almond shaped eyes studying her carefully*

As I mentioned. Last night before going to bed I went past the kitchen, I asked and recieved some dough and I made sure to have witnesses for this in the kitchen. After this I went to my room, but on the way I crossed two doors where I hit the dough in the doorframe, these doors where the doors of Wilhelm and Elisabeth. The reason I had the staff wake me up so early, was because I wanted to get up before everyone else, and when I moved, with the servant, back to the common room I checked both doors again. Wilhelms door had clearly not been opened, and his accusals of me must have been in good faith, though misled it is.

In the case of Elisabeth however it was disturbed, she has clearly left her room during the night as could be seen by the way the dough had been torn. Considering too that the very same has just now made a claim of being in her room, sleeping at ease after the monster was destroyed, it reveals that she for whatever reason was outside. And that she just lied about it.

What are you guilty of other than lies Elisabeth? What darkness lurks in your heart?

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"I must say Thalos that was quite the plan you threw together. And it worked remarkably well in providing us with a good lead to finding out who killed Theoderic."

"Dear Elisabeth, please let us know what exactly was the reason for you too leave your room and if it is believable i shall retrack my vote at that point."

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"As I said earlier today I trust Thalos. If he says that Lady Elisabeth was out last night I believe him and her lying only helps confirm her guilt in my eyes. If he also says that he believes that Wilhelm is innocent I will also trust him in this, for I have no personal vendetta against Wilhelm. Accordingly I will cast my vote for Lady Elisabeth."
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Wilhelm looked at Thalos and raised an eyebrow, but nodded. "If you truly have done so Thalos, you're a clever man. Elf. Whatever. I commend you" next the veteran turned to Ruprecht "You've been suspecting me almost from the very start, what's changed your mind? Have you considered that maybe you just can't bring the other's to vote out an innocent man? I do not trust you, Ruprecht Hall, but I cannot prove your guilt"

Finally William turned to Lady Elizabeth "My vote matters little at this point, so instead of casting it, I'll ask the questions. Do you have anything to say for yourself?"

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"Don't trust me eh? Well I guess thats understandable since I have been calling for your death since the first day. I really have never held against you personally Wilhelm its just that your behavior has always struck me as suspicious. I'll tell you what if we both survive this mess I'll hire you as my bodyguard for my trip back to Altdorf. The pay is quite good. Anyways I can't be much worse off with you than I was with a vampire." replied Ruprecht with a grin.

"Also your vote does too count. Lady Elisabeth has only three votes against her. Four votes are needed for an absolute majority." said Ruphrect more seriously.

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"That's another thing that has me worried, Ruprecht. The vampire was your bodyguard, and had been from the beginning. How could you not know this? Also, now that you require my vote, you are full of honeyd words and prepared to make ammends. No, Ruprecht, I do not believe you are who you say you are. In fact, I believe that you are one of the assassins who has hunted us through all of this. You also fit the description of the failed assasination attempt at the Witch Hunter. I don't take a part in the vote against Lady Elizabeth as long as someone more suspicious walks this world"

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"You spent four days with the man and were none the wiser about his true identity. Even Wolfram, a Witch Hunter, whose skill you seem to hold in high regard could not tell that Reinhold was a vampire. While a bit gruff he seemed like a decent man and a good bodyguard. I would point out that you did not vote for Reinhold yesterday. If it was so obvious that he was an undead murderer why did you not vote for him? I am beginning to think you hold some sort of personal grudge against me Wilhem Heidmann. Today, like yesterday, you vote for me when there is another among the group with far more compelling evidence and testimony against them. It seems to me that you want me to be an assassin." says Ruphrect cooly. "I will tell you one last time that I am no assassin. I'm just a merchant from Altdorf."

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"It has come to this already? Voting each other to death so soon after the carnage? I won't side against Elizabeth 'till we've heard her side of the story.. Ruprecht has been under my suspicions since day one though.. And so I will take sides with Wilhelm."

Markus said, disappointed by the lack of discussion.

"Elizabeth? Care to elaborate on your whereabouts last night?" Markus asked.

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"I guess I shouldn't be suprised that another person I voted against in the past is suspicious of me. Why do you two insist on acting like petty children?"

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"Petty children? How, for suspecting you, who seem the most guilty? You say I spent four days with the man? When? Where? We were in the same house, true, but did you see us talking to each other? You one the other hand had hired him as a bodyguard and had the entire way from Altdorf to here with him. As for wanting you to be the assassin, that's ridiculous. I know you to be the assassin, as surely as I know anyone."

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Lady Elisabeth shakes her head, disappointed. "I am not surprised that the time has come that I would be accused, as I believe none of us can make absolute claims of innocence. I support Wilhelm still in his innocence for the reasons I mentioned earlier this week."

"You ask me about the bread, which seems to have taken its inspiration from a tale told to little children if I remember it right. You ask me about my whereabouts. And in this I can offer you only my side of the story."

"I don't know who removed it. I don't know if your story is true, I don't know if anyone saw you place it there. I don't know if someone other than me was at my door." Her look turns cool. "I don't even know if you placed torn dough at my door - do you have witnesses for that too, I wonder." She pauses, and sighs. "I'm not used to being accused of murder, least of all one of such... bad taste. Such... gruesomeness. It was suggested that it might have been magic - but I have always stayed away from that particular subject. But I feel I can only attest to my innocence by trying to stay alive and show that, even if all eyes will be proverbially on me tonight, there's still one amongst us who means us harm."

"As I stated earlier, I trust in Wilhelm in voting for - the awfully pale looking - Ruprecht. I feel terrible for voting in such an egotistical fashion but to prove my innocence, and to follow his lead, I shall side with him on this matter."

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"Wilhelm I am most definately not an assassin. And you're lucky I'm not because if I was you would already be dead." replies Ruprecht angrily.

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Wilhelm stood up to his full height "You seem awfully nervous Ruprecht. And aggressive. Afraid you'll be found out this late into the game?"

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This is folly,

*he turns towards Elisabeth cooly* I am quite sure you can still find plasters of dough at your door, such is sticky and hard to remove as you may know. As for your question, I do have a witness of the dough being disturbed, why else did you think I had a servant get me?

As for placing torn dough at your door? You are grasping at straws for defense. Perhaps you attempted the analogy with a fairy tales story. As for your claim that none of us can claim absolute innocence?

I can, I am the only one here who has refused to vote except once before today, had I voted I would have shared the guilt in the destruction of innocent life, yet the only time prior today when I voted it saw a vampire dead. Today I vote on you Elisabeth, your story does not ring true, and your explanations is trying to grasp at an analogy with a childrens story to ridicule the obvious and trying to claim "someone else did it" ? come now, even you must see how weak and flawed that defense is.

*the tall elf shakes his heal and looks towards Wilhelm* And you, why is it that Ruprecht is more likely to be guilty than the one caught in a lie?

Here is the letter he gave me, though I do not like that he went to my room without permission I shall forgive him.

*Thalos takes up the letter and places it onto the table in the living room for all to see*

Thalos I send this message to you because I fear that it is likely I will not survive this night and I find you trustworthy. If I should be killed this night I would believe that my attacker will likely either be Markus or Lady Elisabeth. Trying to have me executed during the day serves Wilhelm far better than killing me in the night. Any assassins who come after me might try to frame Wilhelm so evidence is not to be trusted at face value. I believe Theoderic and Klara to be innocents.

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You claim that there is more suspiscious people out there? I honestly do not see it. You may offcourse claim that the letter is an attempt to mislead me, yet a merchant being unable to learn what a witch hunter could not either does not strike me as "more suspiscious", and even should he have been the one at the failed assassination attempt against the witch hunter, it was still failed. Whereas a real murderer is still alive.

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"That message sounds unbelievable for several reasons. One, Ruprecht has suspected me from day one, calling me an assassin all the time. If that letter were genuinely from him, I would be named the prime suspect. Two, Lady Elizabeth has been caught lying, but that's hardly a cause for killing her. If Wolfram had lied about being a Witch Hunter, would he have been targeted for a second night in a row? It's possible, but not likely. I'm not saying Lady Elizabeth is innocent, but thus far her only 'crime' is lying about leaving her room. Ruprecht on the other hand had spent time with a vampire all the way from Altdorf, he is a human male and is openly hostile against me, who have been vouched innocent by the late Witch Hunter, the only one in fact.

As long as Ruprecht lives, or until he's proven innocent, I will not take sides against anyone else unless extremely significant evidence is presented."

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The issue Wilhelm is that she has been caught in a lie, and yet refuses to tell us what she really did.

As for me, do you still think me the second most suspiscious target here? Or are your eyes open for the dangers that Elisabeth poses?

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"Lady elizabeth is in the same position as our dear vampire the other day. And when we all came together against Reinhold he was caught, so let us put our votes towards someone who is more likely to be an assassin instead of voting for a man because he has suspected everyone else."


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"I'm not convinced by the words of the Elf quite yet.. Hence I won't change my vote to kill Elizabeth. Who tells me Thalos is telling the truth and Elisabeth is not?" Markus said.

"Ruprecht has been under suspicion from the very start. And my suspicion towards him is greater than the suspicion towards Elizabeth. Because even if she was out of her room, who knows what she did? She could've sought refuge from evil doers in my room for all you know." He continued.

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"The letter you all see was indeed written by me. Think Wilhelm why would I even bother to write a letter to Thalos telling him that I suspect you above everyone else? Everyone gathered here knew that you were my prime suspect. I wrote the letter for the event if I were killed last night. Because I believed that if you truly the assassin you would not bother trying to kill me at night. Instead as I say in the letter you would be better served by trying to kill me during the day, just like you are doing right now. One of the primary reasons I wrote my letter was that if I was murdered last night I did not wished for you to be framed for it. Why is it so shocking that I did not have absolute faith in your guilt when there was no firm evidence of your guilt? As I said earlier today I hold no grudge against you, though your dimwitted and petty behaviour today is making it tougher for me not to hate you. Wilhelm can't you accept that I am not the villain you want me to be without taking my life? How can you not see that Lady Elisabeth is the one who butchered Theoderic last night? I doubht you will believe me but I give you my word that if you switch your vote from me to Elisabeth today and she turns out to be innocent then I will vote for myself tomorrow. That is how convinced of her guilt that I am." replied Ruphrect. His voice was calmer thanbefore yet frustration and anger were apparent in his voice.

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Wilhelm smiled sardonically "Yes, you do not have absolute faith that I am an assassin, yet you've been calling for my death from day one. You do not have absolute faith in my guilt, yet you've stated that I am the killer and the most likely suspect numerous times. If I would be an assassin, my goals would have been best serve by killing you on the first night, since you were against me from the very first day. Yes, I see how lack the belief that I am an assassin, even though out of all of us, I have been the least likely suspect since day 3. If something, your accusations towards me have only increased in intensity since then"

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I do not believe that to be true Wilhelm, a clever assassin would likely keep people alive to witness against him, accusers being silenced tend to cast a shadow of guilt. That being said, I know you did not leave your room last night, so you cannot have been guilty, so your vote does in this at least not reflect any guilt.

*the elf turns towards Markus, and answers calmly in his melodic voice* quite simple why really, I made sure to get witnesses before comitting to my action, henche why I have witnesses now on my deeds to support my words. As for her seeking refuge? Come now, that is silly. First you doubt that I am speaking the truth, despite me having witnesses on my deeds, secondly you state that Elisabeths deeds are not too bad after all.

My only claim so far is this, that Elisabeth left her room, and that she lied about not doing so. Her claim is that if something disturbed the dough it was not of her doing because she claims to never have left the room. She does not claim to have sought refuge in say the kitchen or by the staff, she claims to have been in her room all night. Which is a lie.

It seems almost like you are going a ridiciliously long way to try to argue an innocence that is not so. What is it we do not know?

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"Yes. Listen to the Elf, how he seems to have more control about the servants than his master of the house. An odd situation. Where is Peter Frederich in all this, that he has granted you servants? Where are the servants now? Why can I not help you didn't address my query about the dough on my door that you or any clumsy servant might so easily have broken?

Where was your need to vote before? We all made the decisions, your vote would hardly have mattered. Conveniently. If I were to vote out of consciousness I should vote for, master of the servant who so explicitly tried to ruin our trade. Even if that letter were written in good conscious, the accusation within it - the accusation of his murderer - is not only entirely out of place, standing alive and well before us as he does, he also provides nothing - I repeat - nothing to back it up. Suspicions? Your claim of innocence is one we would all make. Who has not been under suspicion? Klara would be the only one, from the top of my head."


Lady Elisabeth reflects Thalos' cool look. "I think you are putting up one big ruse. And it seems you got a slight bandwagon starting, halted now in its tracks by people who look further than the first accusation out there. You say you lied about your questioning, you say I lied - yet for your lie you plead yourself free, you - the audacious Elf who mysteriously was left untargetted by any assassin. And for your claim of a lie on my part, me - who has been targetted for death the very first night, one of nobility - you would have my head on suspicion of having murdered, no, butchered an innocent man."

"Now my analogy with a children's story was not meant to ridicule you. It was meant to show the simplicity behind it, and sure enough it would make sense in the world of a child. Your condescending tone towards the rest of us fits this theory that you would think us children aswell."


She turns to the other woman, Klara. "Thalos asks, what is it that we do not know? Do you not feel curious to ask this to him? His hidden behaviour with the bakers, supposedly? His convenient correspondence with someone else, as they are backing each other? Are you sure about this?"

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*Thalos keeps his calm, his almond shaped eyes looking at Elisabeth as she begins her big tirade about her so-called innocence* The questions you seek to ask have allready been answered, but to clear out a few things for you, once again, I shall do so.

You ask concerning the dough, and state that I or any servant could have broken it. That would make no sense, had I had a desire to kill an innocent, or accuse an innocent, then it would make sense to accuse one who explicitly claimed that I was the second most suspiscious character. Yet, I stated his innocence despite this.

You ask where the lord of the manner is in this, and claim me a liar, yet the only thing I have claimed is that you have not been in your room all night. This is not a lie, nor did I lie about questioning each and every one of us when I first spoke today, I merely omitted mentioning it so that you could not invent an alibi, and so you lied. And so you have been caught in a lie.

You claim this is a bandwagon, this is however not a bandwagon, rather it is investigations concerning your guilt or innocence. You also claim this is nothing, that however is a hollow claim.

You state that if you where to vote out of conscience, you would vote for me due to the issue with my now dead servant. And this because he tried to ruin our trade. Daft girl, did you not nothice why I even moved to this misbegotten city yet? I did so to check on the trade.

No Elisabeth, you are clearly guilty, if nothing else then of your lies. May your idol-god find mercy on your wretched soul.

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"Well unless someone has a sudden change of heart that both the Lady and I will not to live to see another day." murmurs Ruprecht thpughtfully. "I wonder Wilhelm what you will do when I am found innocent? Will you accept the fact that you murdered an innocent man out of spite and take responsibility for your actions? Or will I simply be a "casualty of war", an acceptable loss?"

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Markus laughed audibly. "What is that Ruprecht? Are you actually attempting to guild-trip Wilhelm here?" He continued.

"Pathetic. Also, Klara, my sister.. Pray tell me why you believe this elf's pathetic excuse for 'evidence' and 'witnesses'? Cause, I'm not buying it.. And are you willing to condemn this lady to death just because an elf and someone that merely voted to save his own neck say she's guilty? I'd rather see her case investigated further tomorrow and put the person we all know to be suspicious to death.. May Sigmar have mercy on us if we are wrong." He said, his tone laced with confidence and certainty.

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OOC: *guilt-trip.. Not guild-trip.. <_<'

Markus looked his sister in her eyes and spoke once again.

"Don't fall for the elf's trickery. Please."

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"Markus I merely wish to know if Wilhelm will take responsibility of the misguided crusade he has lead against me. From your words clearly you will not. I am an innocent man about to put to death. If my musings bother you you can go to hell for if this is to be my final day I shall talk all that I want. I can't help but notice that the Wilhelm, the man who claims to know I am guilty will not stake his life on his claim? Especially if it could sway Klara or Thalo's to vote against me thus saving the "poor innocent" Elisabeth."

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 09, 2010 12:51 am 
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"I listen to the elf because i know he is innocent... Wilheim and Ruprecht are another story on their own. Both only go at each others necks because they hate each other, there is no evidence or suspicion. The very reason Wilheim is voting for Ruprecht for doubting the Witch Hunter and fitting his description which also applies to you. So by Wilheim's argument Markus is just as guilty. So now there is "suspicion" applied right back at you."

"Wilheim, I offer you my vote tomorrow to whoever you choose if you change to Elizabeth. The reason for this is that if she is found guilty, it will also confirm our second assassin, Markus, who is working so hard to protect. It is tough think my brother could be a killer be he seems hard headed to protect the maiden."


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