Cloak & Dagger

Easter 2003 Mafia Game Awards

The Lemming Award for the first to die goes to The Writer (Rosemary Warner)

For being shot on her way back from lectures on the first day.

The Macavity Award for the best alibi goes to The Minister (Ric Brackenbury)

For being in the same place, at the same time, trying to kill the same person.

The "They couldn't hit an elephant at this dist..." Award for famous last words goes to The Colonel (Sam Blackburn)

For his masterful "I thought you were hung over...".

The Gonzo The Great Award for muppetry above and beyond the call of duty goes to The Lady (Hannah Burton)

For shouting out the name of her killer at a formal hall, and thereby telling a live player the identity of the last remaining mafioso.

The Shot In The Dark Award for the luckiest guess goes to The Barman (Mike Cripps)

For working out who all four mafiosi were on the morning on the morning of day two, with no evidence whatsoever.

The Al Capone award for psychopathy goes to The Widow (Jenny Chase)

For making seven kills in four days, plus a few non-players for good measure.

The Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin Award for the most protracted death goes to The Constable (Ed Allcutt)

For a death that took an inconclusive shootout, four duels and an umpirical decision, and ended with him down an arm and a leg and with a knife between his teeth.

The Manson Family Award for teamwork goes to The Widow (Jenny Chase)

For being all that stood between Canterbridge and peace for most of the game.

The Turing Award for convincing impersonation goes to The Drunk (Stuart Moore)

For having his roommate replace him on IRC, while he lurked outside the door of the last of the mafiosi.

The Adam Weishaupt award for service to the Illuminati goes to The Barman (Mike Cripps)

For correctly guessing the entire mafia on the morning of the second day, and eliminating half of them by lunchtime.

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