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Tough Skills v Faction Skills
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Theodora X
Theodora X
Battered Shoe

Jun-21-2017 04:58

As a 'smart and charming' detective who has all the smart and charming skills (plus all the related faction skills), should I now go for the 'tough' array of skills (intimidations etc) or is it more advisable to go for the additional faction skills eg. pickpocketing .

I'm also wondering how useful skills like interrogation really are to a 'charming' detective. Would I need to load up heavily on tough gear in order to make them work?

Thanks for any advice : )

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Tyranomaster3
Tyranomaster3
Bloodhound

Jun-26-2017 01:46

Oh thanks for your info. :D

Cro Magnon
Cro Magnon
Pinball Pro

Jun-26-2017 09:34

Stress detection ... what a useless skill.

Theodora X
Theodora X
Battered Shoe

Jun-27-2017 07:32

A belated (re)viewing of this thread. Thanks Bela : )

Autumnsprings
Autumnsprings
Con Artist

Jun-27-2017 09:36

I disagree Cro. Once you get a full skill set and good gear, yeah it's fairly unnecessary, but when you're younger, don't have fantastic gear, and aren't as skilled, it can help in deciding what questions to ask. If you need alibi really badly and other suspects not so much, you'll know which question to ask because you'll know when they're going to clam.

Bela, that was great!

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