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Suspects Fleeing

Rich J. Mayo
Rich J. Mayo

Mar-14-2008 17:22

I've just reached the stage where my suspects have started to flee. Yay me.
So last game: before I could check John's alibi, I went back to visit him and found that he fled. Then I went to check his alibi and I found that his alibi was good.

So it seems that once a suspect is confirmed to have a solid alibi, he never flees. So it behooves me to double-check on his house before I check his alibi... this way, I might have innocent suspects fleeing instead of guilty ones, and i limit my efforts.

Would this at all be accurate?

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C.Mackay
C.Mackay

Mar-14-2008 17:32

From what I am aware of everything in your case, including who isgoing to flee, is all utterly at random put together when your case is open.

Hopefully someone else can confirm if this is true.

ctown28
ctown28
Tireless Tiger

Mar-14-2008 18:09

That is correct C.Mackey it is completely random. I've had both real and fake alibis flee as well s both being found dead. Still a good idea to have motives and alibis for them. If you have a fake alibi and the suspect is found dead, you can rule out any possibilities of them matching PE

Rich J. Mayo
Rich J. Mayo

Mar-15-2008 12:31

Thanks, guys!


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