As is typical in the summertime, families like to go to their backyards and cook BBQ in the backyard. A normal American family decides to do the same; little did they know that the Assassinator would ruin their dreams. Can a team of officers that have come to solve the case find the Assassinator before it's too late?
1. There will be five officers determined by the first 5 people to express interest. However, if you're newer or haven't been around in awhile, it's less likely that you'll be able to identify me.
2. Anyone may participate. This includes the last assassinator as well with the exception that they cannot help with ID-ing the assassinator.
3. Officers may either protect a person or accuse a person; they may not do both on the same clue.
4. Officers may change whether to protect or accuse and who to do it to; if desired, they must make a separate post listing that change before the next clue has been posted.
5. An officer may make up to 3 incorrect accusations before being killed.
6. The assassin will provide clues which plainly point to his next victim.
7. When accusing someone of being the Assassinator you must use the following template: "I accuse (place name here) because (give reason here)" If you don't use this template when accusing the accusation will not count.
8. Once "killed," a user will become a ghost and may not participate in the game in any way, shape, or form.
9. Non-officers may post.
10. Should an officer quit or be killed, their replacement will be the next person to PM me when that occurs.
11. Each clue will last 48 hours, after which the Assassinator will kill.
12. If I, the Assassinator, do not reply in 7 days after all protects are made, each officer gets a free accusation.
13. Each officer begins with 1 accusation. You will earn an accusation with each correct protection.
14. The Assassinator wins after 12 kills have been made.
15. The Assassinator reserves the right to add to and edit these rules as he deems necessary.
Brace yourselves. Assassination 144 is coming.