Now you can channel George R.R. Martin and murder characters too
Forget Colonel Mustard in the billiard room with the candlestick: Missandei plotted the murder in the Red Keep using a battle axe. Or maybe it was Littlefinger in the fighting pits with a poison vial. Or maybe — and just stay with us here — Margaery hired a Faceless Man to kill inside Cersei’s bedchambers.
After all, anything’s possible in the Game of Thrones version of Clue, now available in the U.S. and Canada. The game, manufactured by USAopoly with HBO, offers players six weapons to choose from (a crossbow, a poison vial, the arakh, a Faceless Man, a catspaw assassin dagger, and a battle axe), a double-sided game board featuring locations from the Red Keep in Westeros and Meereen in Essos, and 12 suspects (Jaime, Sansa, Margaery, Tyrion, Cersei, Littlefinger, Daenerys, Daario, Hizdahr Zo Loraq, Missandei, Grey Worm, and Jorah).
Just make sure to pretend the crime in question is the murder of Ramsay Bolton — which shouldn’t be considered a crime at all — and remember: When you play the game of Game of Thrones Clue, you win or you… fail to capture the perpetrator of the crime.