You are back at your post behind the bar. In the hall gathered Joulupukki (he noisily asked you for mead, saying that he had been drinking all evening and wanted to continue), the Dwarf, the Snow Queen Black Peter. You served some mead and hot tea.
At 11 PM you made a daily round of the hotel - glancing in the empty guest rooms. In room №4, the room of Bigfoot, you found several gnawed bones and hare skins – how did these get here?
At 12 AM, you went to Santa Claus's room, thinking that it was empty ... oh no! The door to Santa Claus's room is open, and he is frozen! His bag of gifts is gone. The staff of Father Frost lies nearby.
You were afraid that Father Frost would be accused of it, as then the hotel would be closed. Having taken the staff, you ran to Father Frost's room - and, informing him about Santa Claus, imperceptibly left the staff inside the room by the door. And then you began to knock on the doors of others and inform them about what had happened.
You believe that Father Frost has become a victim by some mistake, and you are going to defend him as much as you can during the investigation. But if the evidence against him is compelling, you may change your mind.