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Story… Story… Die!

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  1. A conductor and up to 8 players are chosen.
  2. Players form a line on the stage. The conductor stands in front of them.
  3. The audience provides a title for a story.
  4. The conductor starts by pointing to a player, who starts telling the story.
  5. At any point in time the conductor can point to another player. They must continue the story without faltering, even if the switch happens in the middle of a sentence or a single word.
  6. Players that hesitate, or don’t accurately continue the previous player’s words, or whose sentences are not grammatically correct or just don’t make sense, are playfully eliminated from of the game, by the audience yelling ‘Die’. The last player left ends the story.

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