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R Anstett
R Anstett

Sep-5-2006 06:55

We talked about this once or twice before, but I thought it might help some to vent a little here.


We all know it is better to quit than guess. In the course of daily agency life few people need to quit cases.

Treasure hunt favors were the main source of them. Now with the Villain hunts and the increased difficulty there it seems that the ratio of quits is rising.

So how many have you quit? If you are participating in the Villain Hunts are you quitting a lot more now?

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Coco Cola
Coco Cola
Well-Connected

Sep-5-2006 19:34

cases quit: 39
solved : 3861

False : 0, wonder how long that will last.

Yep will be quiting more in the villan hunts, would you believe a couple of thoes quits were on easy cases when I just happened to click on the wrong name. Oh yeah that really hurts.

Chelsea Bando
Chelsea Bando
Well-Connected

Sep-5-2006 19:47

Cases Quit: 1228
Cases Solved: 1939

I am proud to be the biggest quitter in sleuthville! Also, I am in the top 20 all time highest-scoring detectives, so I must be doing something right by letting all those criminals run free.

The bad news is that if I quit a villian hunt, I will be forced to retire my detective and start a new one since I have 2 false accusations so far. So sad :(

sushi kitty
sushi kitty

Sep-5-2006 20:25

Cases Quit: 353
Cases Solved: 1
False Accusations: 0

do i win?

biggie528
biggie528
Lucky Stiff

Sep-5-2006 21:42

wait a second.....does it count as an FA if you fail your villain hunt????

crunchpatty
crunchpatty
Old Shoe

Sep-5-2006 21:47

No, I don't think so. I think we would have heard something to that effect; lots of people have failed theirs. There would be carnage!

Ranier Peperhaut
Ranier Peperhaut
Old Shoe

Sep-5-2006 22:56

i'm sitting at

Cases Quit: 63
Cases Solved: 542
False Accusations: 0

It has jumped up by at least 15 in the past week cause of the villain hunts, but prior to that I was working much easier cases to get cash to buy faction gear.

The way I'm flying through money in these hunts though, I think I'll have to go back to the easiers, to make some dough!

Ranier Peperhaut
Ranier Peperhaut
Old Shoe

Sep-5-2006 22:57

And I must say, I am SO impressed at how low some of your quits are, compared to your solved!

Wow. I guess I give up to easy. Lol.

Greyling
Greyling

Sep-6-2006 02:36

Slim Jim, just in case you haven't come across him yet, the Shady guy hanging out at the bar can help you out when you have a false or two on your record - just in case you've been losing detectives unnecessarily :)

IronJaw
IronJaw

Sep-6-2006 05:57

Case History
Cases Quit: 2
Cases Solved: 12
False Accusations: 1

This a new account for me. Cant remember the details of my old one. I quit one case because i wasent willing to guess as i already had one false accustion as you can see and the other was due to the brotherhood

AraLives
AraLives
Battered Shoe

Sep-6-2006 06:57

It does not count as a FA if you quit a villain hunt. I failed one hunt and still have no FA's.

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