Play a game of chess. White: mysterious serial killer Black: Detective Black Black: Pawn: Victims; no relation Rook: People that you aren't intimately connected with but you have always viewed as rocks Knight: Contacts who regularly put themselves at risk for you Bishop: Your cop partners Queen: The person you are closest to King: You White: Pawn: Clues Rook: People who have provided you with shelter Knight: People who idolise you Bishop: You (Your identity isn't revealed, but Black sees you) Queen: Your modus operandi King: You Be creative with your interpretation of the pieces. Scenes If white takes black, the person that piece represents is killed. If black takes white, Black gets a little bit closer to finding White through that piece. The person who took a piece gets to set up and act out/narrate a scene. The other player can optionally start a scene following that. If Black checkmates White, they are arrested. If White checkmates Black, White gets to do what they want to Black. If there is a stalemate, Black finds out who White is but can't make the arrest. Narrate the conclusion until you feel everything is resolved.
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