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Muttonchops
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Framing Accusations Thu, 19 April 2007 05:45
I was looking thru the web site a few days ago - and saw something about getting 4 points for framing a monk.

Are there rules for framing a monk?

If you have had a monk's card in your hand the whole game - and you accuse him - and no one is able to disprove you - wouldn't you get points for framing them? Or am I just crazy about this?

I can't remember where on the site I read that - but I do recall reading it - anyway - if you have any insight, please enlighten a fellow brother of the abbey.
      
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Re:Framing Accusations Tue, 25 November 2008 02:28
Not legal in this game.
      
Kuildeous
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Re:Framing Accusations Sun, 05 February 2012 00:29
Wouldn't that allow the first player to win the game? All he has to do is to make it to the accusing room (forgot what it's called) and accuse a suspect in his hand.

I don't recall if the rules require the accuser to reveal his hand, but that should be required. Then again, this is a game that requires honesty, so this shouldn't be necessary. Just don't accuse a monk that you know is to be innocent.
      
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Re:Framing Accusations Tue, 07 February 2012 23:43
Anyway, the card of the guilty monk is under the board. It will be quite obvious to all whether an accusation was accurate at the end of the game when the card is reviewed. This "framing" idea is clearly counter to the rules quoted below (emphasis mine):

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If no player has the accused monk card in hand, the accused must be guilty (confirmed by the card hidden under the game board). The game ends and the player who correctly named the culprit scores 4 points.

      
player1280290
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Re:Framing Accusations Sat, 09 March 2013 04:10
I believe this question relates to the additional Bibliotheca card in the Pilgrim's Chronicles expansion set:

CALUMNIOUS DENUNCIATION
{Taking advantage of the relative seclusion the Library offers, you forge a fake document incriminating an old enemy}
Secretly write down the name of a suspect of your choosing. If another player later accuses your suspect of being the culprit, and your suspect turns out to be innocent, you immediately score 4 points.


The "framing" is specific to this card being drawn from the Library. It cannot be done any other way.
      
    
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