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Heigh Leigh Irregulars
Heigh Leigh Irregulars

Jun-14-2009 13:30

Everyone has suggestions for new things they would like to see in Sleuth. Well, this is a thread for those ideas. Just post a one or two line synopsis of your concept(s), with a small additional informational blurb if two lines is not enough to capture it. Discussions regarding specific ideas will take place in a separate thread, to keep this one running smoothly. Please do not include complaints, critiques, or other discussion on this thread, for purposes of flow. Anything that is not specifically done for the purpose of outlining an idea will be deleted.

All ideas will be considered; even if no discussion thread for them is immediately started, don't lose heart. Ready, get set, post!

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Blair Yeany
Blair Yeany
Well-Connected

Oct-29-2010 20:15

I don't know if this has been mentioned before but here's one that absolutely makes sense. Your client shouldn't always clam up whether it's a suspect or the townie you're doing the favor for. They're hiring you so unlesss they're the murderer they're obviously going to do everything in their power to have the case solved.

Rosamund Clifford
Rosamund Clifford
Tale Spinner

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Breitkat
Breitkat
Pinball Amateur

Oct-31-2010 17:06

Interesting avatar there, Mr. Collie.

Anyway....

I'm getting a bit tired of selling off my decorations in my Apartment for Hallowween for one year, buying Christmas ones, selling those when the next holiday comes along, buying whatever's around for that, selling that stuff, etc., etc., etc. It doesn't make sense to me that there isn't some kind of storage possibility for whatever things are actually IN one's apartment, be they seasonal or permanent things. (I would imagine at least some people might like to redo stuff once in a while with different stuff without having to buy things all over again.)

Yeah, I know, there's not many people who have Apartments. And yes, I know, I've heard it before, having an Apartment is a privilege. BUT, when the items in said apartments go for the prices they do, it gets very old very fast having to buy and sell stuff over and over and over again.

(Just something to consider. ;-)

Thanks,

Breit

Secret_Squirrel
Secret_Squirrel
Safety Officer

Nov-1-2010 17:26

Makes sense.

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