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Dr. Orchid[edit]

For the main page, it would be appropriate to continue listing Mrs. White as the official suspect, with a footnote regarding the latest change to the game, creating Dr. Orchid as the sixth suspect. Official canon defers to the game's origin and Anthony Pratt's commercial release of the characters. It wouldn't make sense to completely replace Mrs. White in the roster with Dr. Orchid, anymore than it would been to have replaced all the characters with the characters from the Reinvention when that version was released in 2008.

Deletion discussion for Cluedo board games[edit]

Please weigh in here: Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Alfred Hitchcock Edition Clue.--Coin945 (talk) 16:34, 20 January 2016 (UTC)

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Reverend Green - incorrect, or not[edit]

It's inaccurate to say "Mr. Green in North American versions and, incorrectly, Reverend Green in later UK versions", because that suggests that his name is something other than "Reverend Green" in the UK. This is not the case. His name is "Reverend Green". Whether the usage of "Reverend" is correct is not the issue - the point is that the current state of the article suggests that his name is not "Reverend Green", whereas it is: [1] - "The game's six characters are Miss Scarlett, Professor Plum, Mrs Peacock, the Reverend Green, Colonel Mustard and the new Dr Orchid" for example. Chaheel Riens (talk) 22:45, 2 December 2016 (UTC)

...the current state of the article suggests that his name is not "Reverend Green"
I disagree that it suggests your interpretation. The character was originally (and correctly) named "Reverend Mr Green"; he was then renamed (incorrectly) Reverend Green. That it means the usage of "Reverend" is incorrect is clear from the inclusion of both the appropriate and inappropriate use of the adjective in the same sentence. "Reverend Mr Green (Mr. Green in North American versions and, incorrectly, Reverend Green in later UK versions) is a green piece."Misha An interested observer of this and that 23:44, 2 December 2016 (UTC)