- The Lemmon award for the first to die:
- Ed Wallace, who died at 09:58 on Saturday, to Naji Ashry. [link]
- Near misses:
- David Chow, who died to Johannes Nordström, at about 10:02. [link]
- Catherine Zentile was killed by Peter McIntyre at 13:00. [link]
- Alexander Butler, surcumbed at 14:45, to Martin O'Leary. [link]
- Naji Ashry lasted until 16:52, when Robert Hiersemenzel got to him. [link]
- The J Doe award for psychopathy:
- Michael Cripps sent a ridiculous 28 poisoned letters, in a single morning, later he shot everyone sporting a goatee. [link]
- The line-up:
- Lalani Dias killed 5 innocents, due to a little confusion.
- Bjoern Holzhauer attacked about 20 people (mostly from Emma) in a single morning.
- Mario Sainz-Martinez just because...
- The Ginger Cake Award for the Smoothest Kill:
- Mario Sainz-Martinez who managed to set up rather a nice execution of the unsuspecting PC Edith the Hut.
- Notably smooth:
- Bjoern Holzhauer who masterminded the removal of two targets, from a balcony overlooking their supervision. [plan]
- The Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart award for the Most Amusing Death:
- James Bowe For... well, you've seen the photo.
- Funny ends:
- Mike Cripps For walking into Emma at 6am and running into the SWAT team who was preparing to go and kill him.
- Robert McNeilly Who was carrying a bomb back to his room to defuse, when the SWAT team recognised it, and shot him.
- The 'I Shot the Sherrif' award for butchering cops:
- Mario Sainz-Martinez, the Chief of Police, who has eliminated seven, all of whom were technically corrupt at the time.
- Other concerned citizens:
- Matthew Lohse got five, in the end.
- Matthew Johnson got three.
- The 'I am the Law' award for corruption:
- Jenny Chase who managed to be corrupt to 5 mafias simultaneously, in her next incarnation, she was the 'Organised Crime Liason Officer', and her final incarnation compounded the problem by Aiding and Petting a wanted criminal.
- Ones to watch:
- Mike Cripps Executed for corruption four times.
- James Bowe Executed for corruption three times.
- The Dr Kimble award for surviving the longest time on the wanted list:
- Matthew Lohse lasted for 12 days, 16 hours and 13 minutes.
- Persistant problems:
- Ben Cummings deservs a special mention for spending half the game on the incompetents list, and still making the duel.
- The Kenny Award for dying far too many times:
- Michael Cripps who died as a player, and also four times as a police officer.
- Life's victims:
- Sam Blackburn who has died four times.
- James Bowe who has died, and then been executed for corruption three times.
- The Robocop award for killing wanted criminals:
- Jenny Chase Has twelve in the bag, and one in the sack.
- Tinman wannabes:
- Mario Saintz-Martinez Has killed eight. Four he made wanted himself.
- Tom Forster Has managed five.
- The David Duffit award for secrecy and deception:
- Bjoern Holzhauer who was responsible for about two noteworthy pieces of deception per week, as well as indirectly directing more of the game than I did.
- Perfect strangers:
- Matthew Laycock who even caused me to forget he was playing.
- The Three Hours Early award for paranoia:
- Early birds:
- Sorin Basca who left at 7am for the library, minutes before the CAttAC arrived to spend 3 hours waiting for him.
- Matthew Lohse who might be disqualified on the grounds that they really were out to get him.
- The Order of the Black Coat for the least effective disguise:
- Ed Nokes' Moustache which fails to conceal the fact that there is a dodgy person attached to it.
- Suspicious figures:
- James Bowe who tied his hair back, wore a shirt, and failed to fool his target.
- Mario Sainz-Martinez isn't trying to disguise himself, but has been nominated anyway.
- Simone Ford who was just scary.
- The Darwin Award for death by stupidity:
- Yu Liu, Hannah Burton & Isobel Hooper who crowded round a live bomb, while it was being disarmed... badly.
- Selected naturally:
- Jamie Collinson who managed to be touching a letter bomb, as it was detonated by someone else opening it.
- A near-miss for most of the SWAT team, and Ralph Owen, who were standing around a bomb, when the light was switched on. (Luckily, it had leaked.)
- The yellow streak award for running away:
- Ezzari Esa for the "Run Like an Esa" comment.
- Going, going, gone:
- Jenny Chase was also nominated. Possibly in connection with the Matthew Garrett award.
- The Harland
Golden Quill for the most amusing
- Sir Sven O'Bjornchester Samuel J. McHolzhauer Yirteen-blimps-ahoy! produced something rather good.
- In-fight entertainment:
- Gaybrush Threepchoad's (cod)piece is something special, as is The Choadst Pirgayte LeChoadk's.
- The Brutus award for the best betrayal:
- Simon Ford managed to set up a three-way mafia/police
encounter. Oh, and there was the thing with Dave Owens - along with the slight incident with Scott Boham.
- Backstabbers anonymous:
- The Police Hero medal:
- Johnathn Hogg and Tom Forster share this award, for long and sterling service.
- Shining coppers:
- Mario Sainz-Martinez masterminded a wonderfully motivated and scary police force, but de-nominated himself, late in the game.
- Jenny Chase who was rather effective, but not exactly a good example.
- The Leek and Safe award for the most interesting or innovative weaponry:
- BjoernandJenny for the killer octopus.
- Paivi Pasi for using a fridge. The 'X marks the spot' was an especially classic touch.
- The Matthew Garrett prize for winding up the OCLO:
- Ed Clayton & Robert Hiersemenzel for "Guess who's just been made wanted!"
- Cambridge's most charming:
- Jolyon Winstam for the incident which involved her hitting him in the jaw.
- Stuart Moore for walking towards her.
- Ed Nokes for "You know, I'm carrying three pizzas and you're talking to only two people."
- James Bowe for adding the touching aroma of fired cap gun to her hair one morning.
- Other nominees: Sam Blackburn, Catherine Zentile and evil boyfriend and David Holmes
- The Reversed Burden of Evidence Award for unintentionally killing innocents:
- Johannes Nordstrom who killed 6, all for good (but incorrect) reasons.
- Well meaning murderers:
- Jenny Chase killed a total of 4.
- Daniel Drodge & Ed Clayton murdered 78 in an evening, which is worthy of mention, but not an award.
- Ed Clayton shot 7 armed innocents in an evening. Likewise.
- The Small Cantaloupe got 13 the same evening. Likewise.
Paranoia Hardened Deathmasters (PhDs):
The title of a Paranoia hardened Deathmaster (PhD) is awarded
to assassins, who have two games. 4 PhDs have been awarded so far:
- David Allsopp for winning Lent 1994 and Easter 1995
- Björn Holzhauer for winning May Week 2000 and May Week 2001
- Matt Laycock for winning Michaelmas 1999 and Michaelmas 2001
Master Assassins (MAs):
The title of Master Assassin (MA) is awarded to assassins, who
win a game
or make an outstanding performance in one or more games.
The following assassins have been awarded MAs in the past:
- Nigel Harris for winning Lent 1995
- Steve Gray O'Hanlon for winning Michaelmas 1995
- Chris Tucker for winning Lent 1996
- Lynnette Dray for winning Easter 1996
- Jon Horne for winning Michaelmas 1996
- Ben Noakes for winning Lent 1997
- Andrew Grantham for winning Easter 1997
- David Duffit for winning Michaelmas 1997
- Rebecca Heath for winning Easter 1998
- George Savva for his performance in Michaelmas 1998
- Kathy Brazier for her performance in Michaelmas 1998
- Ed Pringle for his performance in Michaelmas 1998
- Kien Hoang for his duel in Michaelmas 1998
- Charlie Baylis for winning Michaelmas 1998
- Stu Gill for winning Lent 1999
- Tom Lansdale for an amazing performance in Lent 1999
- Marek Isalski for an amazing performance in Lent 1999
- Tim Pike for his performance in Michaelmas 1999, also won Lent 2000
- Alex Churchill for his performance in Michaelmas 1999
- Ed Nokes for his performance in Michaelmas 2000
- Andy Shepherd for winning Michaelmas 2000
- Jeremy Young for winning Lent 2001
- Ed Wallace for his performance in May Week 2001