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Tough skills for a charming detective.
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Deluzion
Deluzion
Well-Connected

May-12-2008 23:02

Are the tough skills of any use to a charming detective? I have all the smart & charming skills plus research & lockpicking. There are some other faction skills I am still working toward but am curious if after that it would be useful to get the tough skills?

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topkebab
topkebab
Lucky Stiff

May-13-2008 23:57

Deluzion - have you been to Cairo yet? (hint hint)

Secret_Squirrel
Secret_Squirrel
Safety Officer

May-14-2008 00:33

LOL well VS was prob talking about SD ;) but yes I was walking about JoC. I 'was' going to embarrass myself further and post all the times over the last couple of years I have gotten these two skills confused, but I figure one bout of stupidity for the say is enough. But I'm glad I dragged someone else down with me though :) thanks Jas. lol.

ctown28
ctown28
Tireless Tiger

May-14-2008 03:57

I've always liked Stress detection, not so much for the suspects but the townies, it's helped me to know when they will want a bribe and or answer one more

Jesse Hunter
Jesse Hunter
Santa's Little Helper

May-14-2008 06:42

I use SD for suspects when hunting for motives and alibis. I try to leave all suspects with at least one question in case I have to resort to WE.

Lady Jas
Lady Jas
The Chosen One

May-14-2008 07:16

You didn't drag me down with you SS I actually was talking about Stress detection. I have JoC, and LOVE it, So I have no need to for stress detection. It's pointless for me. lol

Lady Jas
Lady Jas
The Chosen One

May-14-2008 07:18

Should also mention, Deluzion, go with what you feel is right for you and what will benefit you based on your game play and your success rate of completion of cases, and good luck!

Cordelia Falco
Cordelia Falco
Battered Shoe

May-14-2008 12:38

I'm another one that likes Stress Detection - I find it really useful to know how many questions I've got left, especially with the townies.

But Jas is right - go with what suits the way you play, and have fun!

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