In Dominick Spinner's successful Portland games design company, several employees engaged in developing and testing a single video-game are, one by one, killed i the game and hours later for real, by similar gruesome devices. At each corpse a literary clue is found, an anonymous caller dares the police to identify him. Nick handles the case, using Wu's bachelor hobbies experience. Monroe helps work out what rare Wesen could be behind it. Renard is preoccupied with royalty parties rivalry.
Did You Know?
Every name in Nick's book is an anagram for Rumpelstiltskin. That's why they all share the same letters. See more
On the list of names and places Renard finds on the USB drive, Sweden is spelled as 'Sweeden' and Hungary is spelled as 'Hungray' See more
[about a murder victim who was cut in half
Head to toe or side to side?
Side to side.
Oh, I haven't actually heard of a Wesen that does that. Now, drawn and quartered, that's standard when it comes to dispatching Wesen. I mean, it's old-school, venerable, but one of the classics.
References Let's Make a Deal
Grimm - Intro/Theme
Composed by Richard Marvin See more