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from Christina in Wilmington:
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It was a super success! Everyone had a lot of fun! The adults were trying to over-think the plotting ... lol .... I made King Stephen's demise a surprise (He received a "secret" just as he was about to make the toast) .... to make it more interesting for him. I was trying to think up "Objectives" for his part as well, but got too busy to try to figure that out. It was anticipated and very well received by all participants. So glad you had it available! Thank you!

from Calum in Insch:
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The girls had a great time thank you.

from Kerry in Byron Center:
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I used this party with a class of 7th grade students. They loved it! We had a ton of fun and it was a great way to wrap up our study of the mystery genre.

from Antonio in Moss Vale:
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This was a great idea. The costumes took a while - but that was my choice! The kids were so looking forward to it, but we did struggle with getting the numbers - and having late changes was an issue for us. Otherwise it went well. Definitely needed some adult input to keep it moving for the 11-12 year olds. 13+ had no hesitation at all. I'd do it again for a slightly older group anytime. Certainly I'm wiser about it now.

from Angela in Orem:
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We enjoyed hosting the medieval party. It was a really nice change from the typical movie and pizza birthday common in our area. Also, it was easier than my original idea of making up my own Clue game type mystery party. That said, this party was still a ton of work! I recommend budgeting substantial preparation time-- there are a lot of materials to prepare. Also, some parts of the script required editing (one reason this party got 4 stars rather than 5 from me) and you need to allow time for that. T We ended up hosting the party for 23 twelve year olds. There were only two adults to help--we should have had two more for a group of that size. I thought the secrets handed out to characters at the party were very fun, especially how they put the characters at cross-purposes without their knowledge. The children were disappointed that there was no fact of the matter as to who the murderer was--they wished that someone had "you are the murderer" written into his part, rather than just a vote at the end.

from Susan in Silver Spring:
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Fabulous 14th Birthday Party for my daughter and her friends! This is, by far, the best-scripted, most well-conceived mystery party I've seen. The girls had a blast!

from Margaret in Charleston:
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My daughter goes to a small school, so she invited the entire 6th grade (23 students and a couple of friends)- the teacher loved the idea and came dressed up as well just so she could watch the kids!

I fixed a roast with carrots in the crockpot the night before, shredded the meat and mixed with a small jar of mincemeat. Kids were able to enjoy a dinner with mincemeat, carrots, cooked apples and homemade braided bread. I fixed the table with "silver" platicwear and flameless candles. It looked very authenic. As for the map, my daughter and her friend used bulletin board paper to draw and really enjoyed doing that.

The kids really had fun, even though they had pretty much already plotted against one boy, the trial was full of giggles and laughs. I let the kids conduct the trial while they ate, and the party only lasted about 2 hours that way. I will say that if I did it again, I would try to have an adult give a little more guidance to the characters early on, these kids had very little role playing experience, so they had a little trouble getting started, but they still had a blast!

from Suzanne in Lafayette:
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Very unique, the kids had a blast. 4 hours of complete fun and chaos.

from Muna in Oshawa:
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The party was great! I worried as I felt that maybe it would be too much like "studying" for a party, for the girls to get to know their roles and objectives, but they all got into their role. The girls had a great time, and the whole theme took two hours to play out. Instead of an execution at the end, the girls wanted to throw a wedding, as King Howard had proposed to Queen Lisle. Thanks for the package!

from Anne in Alburtis:
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We had our Medieval party on Sunday, and the kids loved it! I couldn’t believe how “into it” they got! They came in costume, followed the objectives, and had a great time!

The highlight had to be when we had the “executioner” come in and stand in silent vigil over the trial – we had a friend dress up in a full “Grim Reaper” outfit with his face covered and a hood on – they all shrieked when they saw him!

Thanks for the great party idea! Everyone had a great time!

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