LTC CLUE is a fun online game where LTC designers create a set of cards to represent weapon, victim, and location (usually). Around the time of the actual swap, a game is played virtually using AQ Mail, which runs with similar rules to the board game. Each contestant can make a guess that involves a victim, location, and a weapon. If the recipient of the guess knows that one or more of them are not involved, they will respond with information about one of them, and the asker can cross it off of their suspect list. Through the process of elimination, the detectives can determine which victim, weapon, and location were involved in the crime.
This first card was created for the Wizard of OZ CLUE game hosted by Captain Slick Kitty. Yeah, it’s an early card and it’s not all that good.
The Masterpiece CLUE game hosted by Wyvern featured famous works of art, hideouts, and art thieves from popular culture. I chose to create a card for Danny Ocean from the Ocean’s (Eleven, Twelve, Thirteen) movies.
A.I.P.H.I.D. is a giant mecha robot that leaves a path of destruction in its wake. Its giant laser eyes can level entire city buildings and leave a trench in the earth ten feet deep. The stamp used in this card was designed and carved by Adventure Crafter, and is one of the first cards that I colored using solvent based markers.
This card was created for the Master of Oddinend swap/game hosted by Wyvern, which featured not only a villain, but a Master/Monster pairs. Controlling Giant Robo A.I.P.H.I.D. is the diabolical Master: Adventure Crafter
Playing CLUE on AQ is a lot of fun, so if you get a chance to take part, you should seriously consider it