Title: The Outsider's Wish

Created by: Chronicle [RealBernkastel]

Tragedy Set: Basic Tragedy

Difficulty: Moderate

Description: A Police Officer and his co-worker arrive at the City after receiving a call from the School Teacher that there's been an incident which; while now, subsided, still requires looking into. The victim of the incident was brutally injured after falling from a flight of stairs; of which they claim was not accidental. While the Patient is now being looked after in the Hospital, the Police Officer's co-worker is not sure of this. A worrisome lad, he's always been. After all, they're just students; what's the worse that could brew? A Tragedy? Pfft~

Main Plot: Murder Plan

Subplot 1: Threads of Fate

Subplot 2: Circle of Friends

Number of Loops: 4

Days per Loop: 5

Hints for Mastermind:
This script is very flexible and can be played in a multitude of ways; all of which involve killing a SINGLE Friend and keeping the Key Person alive until necessary. Due to this, a general hint would be to try and hide the actual Serial Killer which might not be easy depending on the protagonists; and using the Class Rep as a decoy Serial Killer. On Day 3, Triggering the Murder Incident is paramount if you were not able to kill the Teacher prior to this day. The Faraway Murder can be used in a plethora of ways; and it is up to you to figure out the best way at that current situation. Try to avoid the Suicide Incident. You do NOT want to trigger it. Protagonists might be able to use this to their advantage.

Victory Conditions for Mastermind:
• Key Person (Police Officer) dies. • At least ONE Friend (Nurse/Teacher) is dead by Loop End.

Special Rule:
None

Day Incident Culprit
Day 1 Foul Evil Teacher
Day 2 Suicide Rich Man's Daughter
Day 3 Murder Patient
Day 4 Faraway Murder Police Officer
Day 5 Murder Class Rep
Cast Role
Office Worker Conspiracy Theorist
Boy Student Brain
Rich Man's Daughter Killer
Teacher Friend
Nurse Friend
Police Officer Key Person
Patient Person
Class Rep Person
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