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Jim Samurai
Jim Samurai

Dec-18-2007 10:58

Hi, at the risk of stating a question already posted, here it goes:

When I buy/receive a piece of equipment I get an adjustment in either Tough, Smart or Charming, I understand that, so far so good

The question now is, how does this adjustments improve/worsen my detective?

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topkebab
topkebab
Lucky Stiff

Jan-12-2008 09:07

just out of curiosity, what is the baseline for a detective with no adjustments and no skills?

cfm
cfm
Nomad

Jan-12-2008 09:23

It depends on the case level. As Breitkat says, If you eventually get Judge of Character, it will give you the exact breakdown of the numbers for each suspect and townie.

topkebab
topkebab
Lucky Stiff

Jan-12-2008 09:33

aah, ok. doh, that makes sense :)

miss snopes
miss snopes
Special Deliverance

Mar-23-2008 23:18

Is there a scale on adjustments? For example, +1 - +9 in smarts determines you will be ???% successful when examining a crime scene. DISCLAIMER: Just threw those numbers in there off the top of my hand.

I guess I'm asking is there a scale like with factions wherein you know you hit the next level at 5, 10, 15, 25.....

I am asking the same for charm skills. If it's different for each level case, then I am specifically asking about AI cases.

Thanks all!

David Adams
David Adams
Red-Nosed

Mar-24-2008 00:14

Is there a precise scale? Not to my knowledge, no. I can tell you that the highest level you can have is +30 on gear, and that pretty much gives you a 98-99% success level. The lower the numbers, the less likely the skills are to work. The level of case doesn't have much bearing on how well your gear will work, again to my knowledge. There may be others who have proven this differently.

David Adams
David Adams
Red-Nosed

Mar-24-2008 00:16

Also, Judge of Character gives you the exact breakdown of how well each skill, group of equipment, etc. coordinates and works.

miss snopes
miss snopes
Special Deliverance

Mar-26-2008 08:57

Can anyone tell me if stress detection works for a non-tough detective?

Vampiric Smile
Vampiric Smile
Safety Officer

Mar-26-2008 09:01

It works

miss snopes
miss snopes
Special Deliverance

Mar-26-2008 13:19

Thanks VS

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