Who Lynched Lee Prechaun?

The quiet little Irish town of Killfenny is both picturesque and traditional. Life in the village has continued pretty much as it has done since it was first constructed in 1901 and all the residents are happy, at least, they were until recently…

Lee Prechaun, the current owner of the Prechaun Family Estate has plans to demolish over half the village and modernise the area with an extensive pleasure complex and designer shopping mall.

The villagers are up in arms and an urgent meeting is called in the village hall to oppose the plans. However, when the villagers arrive they find that someone has already dealt with the proposal! Lee Prechaun is dead. Strung from the rafters!

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This Game is Rated:

Mature

This game contains:

Content that may be suitable for persons ages 17 and older.

Including:
Alcohol Reference – Reference to alcoholic beverages.
Comic Mischief – Depictions or dialogue involving slapstick or suggestive humour
Language – Mild to moderate use of profanity
Mature Humor – Depictions or dialogue involving “adult” humour, including sexual references
Sexual Themes – References to complex marital relationships, affairs, sleeping around, illigitimate children and paternity issues.
A murder – violence suggested.

Characters in the game:

6 players

Michael Flatfeet – Irish Dancer
Inventor of Riverbounce, Michael is always dressed in black trousers and a silky shirt, ready to high kick in time to any music.

Molly Malone – Fishmonger
A pretty girl despite her apron, Molly is a bit of a heart throb and rarely without her cockles and mussels alive alive-o.

Father Ned – Priest
In dog collar and typical black attire, Father Ned is a quietly spoken kind gentleman with a strong streak of sarcasm.

Dani Boye – Irish Singer
Ethnically dressed, and blessed with her own guitar, Dani cannot help but break into song even when the pipes, the pipes aren’t playing.

Toby Shure – Estate Labourer
A hard worker in checked shirt, Toby is rarely seen without his barrow, spade or plough.

Ginny Ess – Pub landlady
A fiery red-head, Ginny’s smile compliments her ample bust and barmaid appearance.

8 players

Michael Flatfeet – Irish Dancer
Inventor of Riverbounce, Michael is always dressed in black trousers and a silky shirt, ready to high kick in time to any music.

Molly Malone – Fishmonger
A pretty girl despite her apron, Molly is a bit of a heart throb and rarely without her cockles and mussels alive alive-o.

Father Ned – Priest
In dog collar and typical black attire, Father Ned is a quietly spoken kind gentleman with a strong streak of sarcasm.

Dani Boye – Irish Singer
Ethnically dressed, and blessed with her own guitar, Dani cannot help but break into song even when the pipes, the pipes aren’t playing.

Toby Shure – Estate Labourer
A hard worker in checked shirt, Toby is rarely seen without his barrow, spade or plough.

Ginny Ess – Pub landlady
A fiery red-head, Ginny’s smile compliments her ample bust and barmaid appearance.

Seamus All – Jockey
Rarely without his riding hat, and often seen in jodhpurs Seamus’ colours are as popular on the racing field, as he is with the girls.

Anna Domini – Historian.
A specialist in the Book of Kells, Anna is as ornamented as the letters she researches, with clashing colours and gold decorative touches.

10 players

Michael Flatfeet – Irish Dancer
Inventor of Riverbounce, Michael is always dressed in black trousers and a silky shirt, ready to high kick in time to any music.

Molly Malone – Fishmonger
A pretty girl despite her apron, Molly is a bit of a heart throb and rarely without her cockles and mussels alive alive-o.

Father Ned – Priest
In dog collar and typical black attire, Father Ned is a quietly spoken kind gentleman with a strong streak of sarcasm.

Dani Boye – Irish Singer
Ethnically dressed, and blessed with her own guitar, Dani cannot help but break into song even when the pipes, the pipes aren’t playing.

Toby Shure – Estate Labourer
A hard worker in checked shirt, Toby is rarely seen without his barrow, spade or plough.

Ginny Ess – Pub landlady
A fiery red-head, Ginny’s smile compliments her ample bust and barmaid appearance.

Seamus All – Jockey
Rarely without his riding hat, and often seen in jodhpurs Seamus’ colours are as popular on the racing field, as he is with the girls.

Anna Domini – Historian.
A specialist in the Book of Kells, Anna is as ornamented as the letters she researches, with clashing colours and gold decorative touches.

Pat Ayto – Potato Farmer
In wellies and waterproof jacket, Pat is ready to dig in any condition and like his tatties is a little grubby round the edges.

Sister Rose Ariee
 – Nun
In her habit, Sister Rose Ariee is a perfectionist and a little too saintly to be true.

12 players

Michael Flatfeet – Irish Dancer
Inventor of Riverbounce, Michael is always dressed in black trousers and a silky shirt, ready to high kick in time to any music.

Molly Malone – Fishmonger
A pretty girl despite her apron, Molly is a bit of a heart throb and rarely without her cockles and mussels alive alive-o.

Father Ned – Priest
In dog collar and typical black attire, Father Ned is a quietly spoken kind gentleman with a strong streak of sarcasm.

Dani Boye – Irish Singer
Ethnically dressed, and blessed with her own guitar, Dani cannot help but break into song even when the pipes, the pipes aren’t playing.

Toby Shure – Estate Labourer
A hard worker in checked shirt, Toby is rarely seen without his barrow, spade or plough.

Ginny Ess – Pub landlady
A fiery red-head, Ginny’s smile compliments her ample bust and barmaid appearance.

Seamus All – Jockey
Rarely without his riding hat, and often seen in jodhpurs Seamus’ colours are as popular on the racing field, as he is with the girls.

Anna Domini – Historian.
A specialist in the Book of Kells, Anna is as ornamented as the letters she researches, with clashing colours and gold decorative touches.

Pat Ayto – Potato Farmer
In wellies and waterproof jacket, Pat is ready to dig in any condition and like his tatties is a little grubby round the edges.

Sister Rose Ariee
 – Nun
In her habit, Sister Rose Ariee is a perfectionist and a little too saintly to be true.

Murphy Slaw – Mad Cap inventor
Accident prone and dressed in tweed, Murphy’s behaviour is sometimes as erratic as his hair.

Leticia Limerick – Poet
Relaxed and informal, Leticia is as homespun as you can get, but always carries around a notebook and pen to record any worthwhile muse.