|Murder by Smashing
Author: gamer4 PM
When the Smash Bros. are invited to dinner at a mansion, they're challenged to solve a murder that hasn't happened yet. Based off the movie, Murder by Death. Rated for safety.Rated: Fiction T - English - Mystery/Humor - Chapters: 11 - Words: 14,962 - Reviews: 19 - Favs: 9 - Follows: 9 - Updated: 02-16-11 - Published: 08-08-10 - id: 6220149
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Gamer4 in. Well, I just thought of this fic the other day. I got the idea when I watched the movie this is based on, Murder by Death. This story is also partly inspired by SneakyKitty's Clue at the Crazy Hand Mansion. Well, that's about all I have to say.
Disclaimer: I don't own Super Smash Bros. or Murder by Death, which, as I've said already, this is based on.
Murder by Smashing
It was a dark night. Rain lashed against the windows as a figure sat at a desk by a fire. He was writing a bunch of letters, all of which said the same thing.
You are cordially invited to this mansion for dinner with the other heroes (and villains) of the world. Come to 333 Game-and-Watch lane. You may bring one or two friends.
Finishing the final letter, he put them in their envelopes, putting them on the table as he did so.
Mario Mario, Bowser, DK, Yoshi, Wario, Link, Samus Aran, Kirby, Fox Mcloud, Wolf O'Donnell, Captain Falcon, Red, Marth, Ness, Solid Snake.
He put the last envelope on the desk. "Crazy!" he called out. Into his room burst a giant, flying, left-hand glove, who immediately began zooming around almost impossibly fast.
"Whatup, boss?" Crazy asked as he climbed up the wall and dropped on the ground.
"Stamp these envelopes and mail them, will you?" the figure asked, pushing the letters towards him. "Make sure they get to the right addresses this time." Last time he'd trusted Crazy with a delivery, a letter addressed to Mario had gone to somewhere in China.
"I get it right this time, boss!" Crazy said, throwing the stamps on the letters almost randomly.
"Make sure you do," the figure ordered.
"You sure they come?"
"Oh, they will, all right. I have no doubts. And if those letters end up in the wrong places, I will kill you myself."
"Got it, boss!" Crazy shouted, shooting down the hall, leaving the figure to wonder why he'd hired the hand in the first place.
The next day, in the Mushroom Kingdom, Mario was taking a walk. When he got back to the castle, Toadsworth ran up to him. "A letter came for you, Mario," he said, handing it to him.
"Thank you, Toadsworth," Mario said as he took the letter. He looked down at it and read it. He took it inside to show Peach and Luigi. "Hey, guys," he said when he found them. "A letter a-came for me in the mail."
"What is it, bro?" Luigi asked.
"It's an invitation," Mario said. "To dinner at a mansion. It says a can bring a couple of friends. Should we go for it?"
"Why not?" Peach asked.
"Well, it's tonight, we'd better get ready," Mario said.
Bowser was in his castle, plotting his next scheme, when Kamek came in and spoke. "King Bowser," he said.
"What is it, Kamek?" Bowser asked, looking at him. "I'm very busy right now, so make it quick."
"You just got a letter, King Bowser," Kamek said, holding it out. Bowser took it and read through it.
"Invited to dinner, huh?" he said, looking at it. "I can't turn that down."
He looked out the window. "Well, I'm not doing anything else tonight anyway..."
In Hyrule, Link was in the castle. He and Zelda were talking to each other, with Toon Link running around the room.
"I don't know what to do about it, Link," Zelda said. "I don't even know how he got here in the first place."
"Is there anything you can think of?"
"Not really," Zelda said. Their conversation was interrupted by a voice coming through the castle.
"HEEEEEYYYYYY!" the voice said. They turned to see the postman turning around the corner. He ran towards them. "I got a letter for Link."
"Thank you," Link said, taking the letter from him. "Now please, never deliver anything to me again."
"I agree," Zelda said, wiping up where her drink had spilled when she'd jumped.
Link opened the envelope and read through the letter. "It looks like I'm invited to a dinner," Link said. "It says I'm allowed to bring two people."
He looked at Zelda and the cartoon version of himself running around the room. "You think we should go for it?"
"Sure," Zelda said. "Let's get ready."
"Hey, Toon Link, we're going to a party!" Link shouted at Toon Link.
"A party?" Toon Link asked. "Oh, boy!"
One by one, each of the heroes or villains got their letters. All of them got ready for one of the most eventful nights of their lives.
Well, that's all for now. Please R&R, unless you're going to flame. Please don't flame, but constructive criticism is fine. Gamer4 out.