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Miss King
Miss King

Nov-20-2009 04:56

I haven't seen this specific question answered elsewhere and so I shall pose it here and now. In the opinion of my fellow investigators, private and 'not-so-private', is it worth it to quit a case to avoid faction penalty? I would feel just dreadful about leaving a puzzle unsolved just to curry favor with some clandestine organization, but we do what we must, don't we?


Encyclopedia Zero
Encyclopedia Zero

Nov-21-2009 02:57

And as usual everyone keeps forgetting that at 15 points you unlock the option of buying the particular theme of that faction. Also at 15 points you get an extra discount in the faction store.


Nov-21-2009 03:16

xD. Well observed Ency. Well observed ^^

Pinball Amateur

Nov-22-2009 17:37

There is one particular thing that noone's said here....

In favors, the factions also come up. (and unfortunately, you can't hand those off to a colleague. Believe me, I've tried. ;-)

If you solve the case, the positive faction stays where it is (+0). The negative faction goes down one point (-1).

If, for whatever reason, you QUIT the case:

The positive faction goes down one point (-1).
The NEGATIVE faction goes UP one point (+1).

That may be significant if you're chasing after a particular faction skill, or a faction title. Please keep it in mind.

And yes, that whole screwy thing has been in place for several years now. Sorry. ;-)


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