Cèleste Pardon, Welcome to Your Player Page!
Ms. Pardon, the Supper Sleuths thank you for taking some time off from your important front desk duties to read your player page (Be careful though, there may be security cameras watching to make sure you aren’t surfing the net at work too much). Ayway, get ready for some fun because the upcoming festivities at chateau Le Prix will be published in every chic magazine or newspaper around the globe – this is your one chance to move up in the world! Make sure look your most professional, because your service will be put to the test by some of the most esteemed and famous people in the world! Of course being professional all through the night won’t be hard at all for dedicated you! Also, and this is important.
By the way, below is your invitation, in case you need a reminder! Front desk clerks often work multiple jobs to make ends meet, and you absolutely must let your bosses know you are making history that day!
You will play the role of Cèleste Pardon
Full Name: Cèleste Natalia Pardon.
Favorite Animal: “The flower mantis. I adore the petite, beautiful and yet stealthy insect.”
Favorite Vacation Destination: “Anywhere. I speak seven languages, one for each continent!
Favorite Color: “Red, white, and blue at your service!”
Favorite Food: “Continental Breakfast, its free and magnifique!”
Favorite Song: “Oh, easy! The Mission: Impossible Theme song!”
You are pretending to be a front desk clerk who is very proud of her punctuality and her knowledge of time in several languages. You can try to use the phrases below, or even just pretend and make up your own languages when you are acting. Your five languages are English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, and German. Even though you are supposed to be a lowly front desk clerk, talk as though you are very in the know about politics, and a real diplomat, with as much skill as you can muster. Use big words (your player book will give you some of those), and talk about how much you love to go running. In fact, wear a pair of tennis shoes and say you plan to go for an evening jog after the night is through.
Phrases to Practice if you want to have extra commentary:
English -The time is midnight. Portugese – O tempo é a meia-noite.
French – Le temps est le minuit. Spanish – El tiempo es la medianoche.
German – Die Zeit ist Mitternacht.
Your outfit should be a simple pants suit with a vest and any international combos you can come up with; examples are a French beret, or a Spanish flower in your hair, an American or UN flag pin to put on your vest, or any other simple International items you can find. Red is color you should play up since many nations use red in their flags. A nametag is the perfect little addition to this international ensemble.
One More Thing!
The Supper Sleuths want to give you a special clue to help figure out whodunnit as a token of appreciation for your special visit to our site! Here it is: In this game, there is a reference to a 1939 bottle of wine. The year of the wine offers a clue into the most deadly mystery of the night!
Be sure to visit www.suppersleuths.com to learn about other Supper Sleuths Mystery Dinner Games, to read about other characters who will attend your game, and for more helpful resources like costume and recipe tips to help you prepare for the occasion! Also, if you want an extra edge on figuring out whodunnit? click here to visit our Sleuth School page for three quick tips guaranteed to make you a master of mystery in your night of murder mystery dinner fun!