All villagers are expected to attend an open Council meeting in the Old Inn. The quarantine of the villagers will begin at midnight, although you will still be out of bounds until you get home. The alien attack happens several hours previously, so you will be notified of your status at the pubmeet (to be confirmed by email immediately afterwards).
The body of Edward O'Cutter was discovered on Latham Lawn, in Trinity Hall, with a terrible blast wound in the back of the head. A Government spokesman commented that the death heightens suspicions of alien activity, and the quarantine enforcement has been tightened.
In conversation with many reputable members of the community, Lord Caransay announced that he had killed Mr O'Cutter. The peer commented that the stress and suspicion caused by the quarantine was responsible, and that he is not himself infected. He cited past examples of his reactions to tension to justify this interpretation, but it remains to be seen what the other villagers believe.
The body, once again with a blast wound in the back of the head, was found in the Trinity Hall porters' lodge. There was an exceptional quantity of blood smeared about the floor, as if the corpse had been moved a little.
The body, with a blast wound to the chest, was found outside Trinity Hall porters' lodge.
(It would appear that Ric was visiting Mike, and decided to kill a witness to this.)
The body of John Wool, bachelor of this parish, was found sprawled just inside the door to the Castle Inn with a fatal orange pellet wound in the chest.
(First case of mistaken role? No, a werewolf kill.)
Mercutio Link confessed in front of a large crowd of witnesses that he had shot John in the pub, due to a combination of alcoholic disorientation and nervous tension.
Mr Jeffrey appeared disproportionally happy when announcing that he had killed the dog, which was found outside Jimmy's house with a crossbow in its mouth, a last savage grin on its face, and a hole right through its chest. The public reaction appeared less than horrified, perhaps an indication of opinion regarding the venerable canine.
(And he did it, too. Good for him.)
The body of James Jeffrey, sprayed with some kind of liquid which had caused fatal wounds, was found just inside the back gate of Emmanuel this morning.
(The Mafia Rising).
The village could not stop its annual Harvest Festival celebrations for something as trivial as an attack by killer aliens.
Please volunteer to help with the assassins' stall for an hour or two, email rjw76. The Hall itself will be out of bounds, and anyone booked to help on a stall is out of bounds within 200m of Kelsey Kerridge. In other words, please don't hunt people when they're trying to help.
The corpse was found on the left hand pavement on Silver Street, with a single orange pellet wound in the back.
(Tom gets the wolfpelt.)
All the villagers survived their lectures this morning. Either the hostiles are nearly defeated, or they were very lazy.
The victim was found on the boundary to the house, with rubber bands lodged in vital parts of his anatomy. Mr Basington immediately contacted the community from the safety of his house, and it would appear that The Lord of the Manor came round to check the surroundings.
The body was found on the way into Caius hall. This shortly proved to be the least of the excitement.
The body was found, quite unnecessarily riddled with rubber bands, in a corridor adjoining hall.
A single bullet had pierced her heart. The body was found in a pile with that of her pet sheep and The Faith Healer, facing that of Mr Brag'n'Bury.
A single bullet had pierced his heart from the front. The body was found on the way into Caius, in a pile with that of The Ichthyologist and her sheep Ralph, facing that of Miss Warrington.
Probably not a good idea to eat Caius mutton dishes for a while. Simon and Nokes were in a pile about one metre from the other pile of corpses.
According to Johnson, who is very intelligent for a hamster, arms deals had been taking place at some point with The Bookkeeper. Details were not clear at all, and are impossible to clarify due to the immediate demise of Johnson and his mate.
The unfortunate little creatures were found dead in the kitchen in F staircase, Trinity Hall. They had apparently been executed at point blank range with shots to the head.
(Who does it look like killed them?)
The body was found in a toilet close to Ed Robert's room.
(The mafia got paranoid.)
It would appear that a religious icon known as "Cthulu" was brutally attacked with a gun to the head at point-blank range. According to sources, that is not dead which does not die.
The village of Morgan's Vale has got so quiet that the main topic of conversation among townspeople was how they had allegedly been trying to kill one another. The Lord of the Manor claimed to have been lurking Miss Bane and Mr Osborne, while The Tree Surgeon claimed to have been lurking in the bathroom of The Farmer. Incidentally, he claims she was in the kitchen.
The corpses of three freshers were found, each with a single bullet hole in the head, just outside St Johns. It would appear they had been overheard talking about assassins by a merciless killer.
The body was collapsed facing a red phone box on the Market Square, with a bullet entry wound in the face.
Shots to arm and chest, on the stairs down to the Meeting Room of Pavilion A in the CMS. His own gun was stuck in his pocket.
The Lord of the Manor was extremely gleeful about claiming the pellet gun kill.
The body was found in gardi's, with a single bullet in the head.
The body, slightly mutilated with a water weapon, was found between Trinity Hall and Gardi's.
Riddled with bullets, the pet was lying in the shared house, having clearly made an attempt on its owners.
Her body was found tangled in the alien birthing chamber on Lammasland, with a single bite mark to the neck. The Undertaker claimed public responsibility, and also mentioned how glad he was that there was one fewer hostile out there.
(Apparently the duel involved fluffy rabbits and took place on the spiderweb climbing frame on Lammasland. I wish I'd seen it.)
It would appear that The General had foolishly chosen an honourable sword duel with The Undertaker, and had lost both arms before being sliced into small pieces.
Alas, he was the last remaining non-mafioso.
The Undertaker and The Farmer, half the original four taken over by the alien parasites, sent their spores over all the Earth.