Running a murder-mystery is not not easy. If you are using a pre-written one and hosting it over dinner for around eight people in your home, that is one thing, but hosting one for multitudes of people in Second Life takes a lot more effort from a dedicated team. I got to meet some of them last night (Well, afternoon for them, but being a Brit, it was the middle of the night for me), chatting over Skype, and wandering around a construction platform looking at potential components and layouts for the forthcoming adventure. It all looks very exciting and I am sure there will be more news on that soon enough.
The team behind Sleuth-Sayers largely consists of veterans of previous adventures – seasoned writers,builders, scripters, organisers and such like. Me, I’m not so seasoned, yet, but I am sure I will be by the end of this adventure. I just happened to be helping a friend by suggesting snarky comments for her magic mirror and that somehow led to me being volunteered to join the team. Besides running this blog, I will be helping complete the story started by Rafe Holder, who is sadly no longer with us. I am deeply honoured to be asked and I only hope I can measure up.
You can find out who the team are by looking at our Staff Page here.
It’s always worth checking back now and again, as people are added, or, as and when I get photos from the other members to put in the gallery.