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person thinks of a well-known character (living or dead, historical or
fictional, human or personified animal, etc.) and tells the group the first
letter of the character's last name. The group then tries to guess the
character, but can only ask questions with "yes" or "no" as an answer. The
trick is, however, that they can only ask questions after they've earned them.
In order to stump the original player, someone must give a clue about another
character whose last name starts with the same letter. For example, if the
letter is "C" and the original character "Tom Cruise", a player could ask "Are
you a former U.S. President?" If the original player can think of someone who
fits the description (saying, for example "No, I'm not Calvin Coolidge," or
"No, I'm not Jimmy Carter), regardless of whether it's the SAME person the
stumper had in mind, he/she has escaped a question. If he/she is truly stumped,
however, the stumper can then proceed to ask a yes/no question about the
original character until someone in the group guesses who it is.
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