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Clue Board Game Characters

Name the characters, rooms, and weapons from the board game Clue.
Not counting the victim
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First submittedAugust 4, 2010
Last updatedSeptember 20, 2018
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Characters
Mr. Green
Colonel Mustard
Mrs. Peacock
Professor Plum
Miss Scarlet
Mrs. White
Weapons
Candlestick
Knife
Lead Pipe
Revolver
Rope
Wrench
Rooms
Ballroom
Billiard Room
Conservatory
Dining Room
Hall
Kitchen
Library
Lounge
Study
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level 9
Mar 21, 2013
I don't mean to be rude, but it's Reverend Green not Mr :)
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level 67
Dec 7, 2017
Ah, but they're asking for Clue characters, not Cluedo characters. In the American version, he's Mr. Green.
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level 51
Mar 21, 2013
Always loved Clue, the books as a kid, the board game, and the movie with Tim Curry is classic!
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level 22
Mar 24, 2013
i totally agree :)
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level 54
May 9, 2013
Technically isn't the place where the cards are kept the "cellar"?
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level 54
Sep 10, 2015
Clever girl!
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level 65
Jun 14, 2013
having the Simpsons version of this game really only helps you with the characters...
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level 46
Mar 13, 2014
Really though! I kept thinking things like the Poison Doughnut and Lighting Rod
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level 69
Jan 23, 2014
There's also the character of Dr Black, the victim. I think he's called Mr Boddy in the American version, though.
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level 50
May 28, 2014
Yeah, it's a pun. Also, I've seen an American version(I know cause it's called Clue)with the Reverend John Green, and backstory for everyone. How many of you knew Mrs Peacock was Miss Josephine Scarlet's mother?
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level 57
Feb 21, 2014
BEST GAME OF ALL TIME!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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level 73
Oct 14, 2016
It's a really awful game. Why did board games used to be fixated with the roll and move mechanic? It's terrible game design. And the deduction element in Cluedo is too boring to make up for it
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level 36
May 6, 2014
Haha I was confused when 'left luggage' and 'waiting room' weren't accepted then realised that the version I grew up with (set in a train station) isn't the original version! Also confused when there was no 'blunderbuss' haha!
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level 50
May 9, 2014
Easy peasy, good quiz!
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level 63
Aug 20, 2014
"Flames...flames on the side of my face...breathing...breath...heaving breaths."
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level 55
Nov 27, 2016
Madeline Khan played a brilliant Mrs. White.
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level 54
Apr 5, 2018
Can't like this one enough.
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level 15
May 7, 2015
Fun quiz. Knew them all. Mostly from remembering the movie - which is awesome!
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level 17
Sep 3, 2015
Lol I think I may have watched this film too many times
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level 47
Sep 5, 2015
So based on best known answers, it's most often Colonel Mustard with the Revolver in the Kitchen! Someone arrest the guy!
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level 59
Sep 5, 2015
Accept 'lead piping'?
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level 44
Dec 21, 2018
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level 59
Dec 22, 2018
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level 65
Sep 5, 2015
2:16 left. Fun quiz, would be more challenging if you allowed less time.
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level 45
Oct 5, 2015
Whoops, I kept trying "observatory" instead of "conservatory". haha
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level 70
Sep 7, 2016
We took 2 of the extra cards with information on them, instead of characters, weapons or rooms and added our own artwork and turned them into another weapon (poison) and suspect (suicide). Then if we had 4 or 5 people playing, we'd add them, remove the 3 solution cards, and all players would be dealt the same number of cards. Made for some pretty interesting solutions....Mr. Body committed Suicide, in the Lounge, with the Candlestick. :-P
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level 59
May 12, 2017
I was at a party where they had a Clue game based on Warren Zevon song lyrics. It was hilarious. Turned out Charlie Sheen did it in the Opal Mine with a Sore Cock. The graphics that went with this game were stunning. The person that made this up must've had a lot of fun in the preparation.
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level 47
Apr 5, 2018
you should accept lead piping for lead pipe as thats what it is in the uk version of cluedo
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level 66
Dec 21, 2018
Agreed, it's 'lead piping' in earlier UK editions, not 'lead pipe'.
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level 61
Dec 21, 2018
In the description of the quiz it specifies the game "Clue" not "Cluedo".
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level 78
Apr 6, 2018
I haven't seen it yet, but I hear there is a completely reworked version to the game out. May be time for an update...
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level 65
Dec 21, 2018
Yeah, you should specify the original version in the description. The newer version has completely different rooms.
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level 58
Dec 21, 2018
Referee!?! Lead fricking piping!!!
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level 62
Dec 21, 2018
It's the US version.
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level 58
Dec 22, 2018
so what!? QM always brit-englishyfies answers
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level 65
May 2, 2019
Mr. Body and the cellar would be great additions, even if they are a bit behind the scenes. I can understand leaving out Wadsworth, Yvette, and J. Edgar Hoover though.