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raegan
raegan

Jan-19-2005 04:06

This strange woman keeps popping up and saying "There is more to so-and-so than meets the eye". Then after I solve the case she comes to my office and says that whoever I put in jail was a suspect in some case or other and now she will never get to the bottom of it.

What if anything is the significance of this ?person ?

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marylou
marylou

Jan-19-2005 14:04

No it is not true. Shady's price is based on your experience points. So new to the game, it will cost you less. Grand Master detective and it is really going to sting.


Jojo
Jojo
Old Shoe

Jan-19-2005 14:06

Like my over 100k! :)

Faeryshan
Faeryshan
Old Shoe

Jan-19-2005 14:08

I'm right there with you, jojo.

Moonshh
Moonshh
Well-Connected

Jan-19-2005 18:12

BUT the cutscenes with Larry and with the lady with the magnifying glass DO matter.

Larry the Toe will charge you money to direct you to the Cabaret, and the lady with the magnifying glass signals a case with an impact on two factions, one up and one down.

Andy702
Andy702

Jan-20-2005 02:58

Thanks for correcting my answer Moonshh. I think I know why I made that mistake - for some reason I quit thinking of Larry and factions as having cut-scenes (even though they obviously do). :)

Marc Balls
Marc Balls

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Phileas Fogg
Phileas Fogg
Well-Connected

Feb-2-2005 18:10

I have actually depended on some of the other 'plotlines' to help me out - I've had several where a suspect gets arrested, then I prove that they didn't do it - so I've come to assume that the police always arrest the wrong one....

Of course, this might misfire on me - there's another where you dream of blood-covered photos of people, and it names one in particular - which has always turned out to be another innocent party who will be the 'next victim'....

But in the favour case I just completed, the finale included a photo that the murderer had taken of himself, smiling and covered in blood.... I didn't even SUSPECT the guilty party until I got lucky at the last second....

Well, I'll use a bit more intelligence in future, but I think there is some help to be gained from 'circumstance'! :-)

Dogberta
Dogberta
Nomad

Feb-2-2005 18:18

I don't think you can count on any of the cutscenes to provide reliable clues. I've seen them all work out both ways.

Best not to read too much into them, unless you are saving lots of money for Shady.

Moonshh
Moonshh
Well-Connected

Feb-3-2005 13:24

Phileas, I will echo Dogberta. I know that the police don't always make a mistake, for example...

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