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Windom Hester
Windom Hester

Jul-28-2017 02:32

Being a newbie myself and not even a week-old, I already faced a retirement. I'd like to get some tips on how to correctly narrow down the suspects list.

It is given that a suspect with a real alibi will be scratched off from the list --with the exception of doppelganger cases -- but is it also given that suspects who are KN are also innocent?

I tend to rule KN's out even without asking them about their alibis but it just dawned on me how stupid of a move it was.

If I remember correctly, and I hope I am not mistaken, I worked on a case where a KN is the guilty one. Should we really trust the shopkeepers? I'd appreciate and I'll wait for any help.

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Tyranomaster3
Tyranomaster3
Bloodhound

Jul-28-2017 07:42

Hey Windom!

The fact that Fatima gave you above about the safe accusation is very useful. As a new player, you should stick strictly to those formula.

Besides, I suggest you to join an agency. Playing with a group will help you a lot. They can help you solve the cases you cannot; they can lend you the money to clear the false accusation; they can also give you information for this game. And many other benefits you can get from joining an agency.

Finally, if you need any help, don't hesitate to PM me :D

Kathryn Rose
Kathryn Rose

Jul-28-2017 10:26

"Knows nothing" means that the suspect knows nothing about other people.

They could still be guilty of the crime :)

Cheers

PS: What did you mean by doppelganger cases?

Cro Magnon
Cro Magnon
Pinball Pro

Jul-28-2017 10:38

Yes, you can trust the shopkeepers. If they say he/she wasn't there at the time of the murder they really weren't there.

If not the game would be 100% guessing.

shell marple
shell marple
Con Artist

Aug-16-2017 14:02

I agree with what everyone has said so far. I might also suggest you get research as a skill. It will help eliminate one suspect with a false alibi from your suspect list.

Nia Marshall
Nia Marshall

Aug-17-2017 22:11

How Do I get a research skill?

Cathy Rose
Cathy Rose
Lucky Stiff

Aug-17-2017 22:30

You click on "learn skills" on your detective page, and if you have enough skill points, you can purchase it. But I doubt you have a lot of skill points with 50 experience. You can get more experience by playing cases :)

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