The Deed: Dynasty 100% Walkthrough

This games premise revolves around killing a person in each of three locations (years) and pinning the murder on someone else or no one at all.

1401 consists 18 achievements, 10 for the each of the different accused and 8 for weapons.
1868 consists 18 achievements, 9 for the each of the different accused and 9 for weapons.
1895 consists 17 achievements, 9 for the each of the different accused and 8 for weapons.

Here’s the order of events for every scenario:

  1. Talk to everyone I listed and go though the relevant conversation options.
  2. Pick up a weapon and evidence. This will start dinner.
  3. During dinner, again choose relevant options.
  4. After dinner, go to a location and plant the evidence by using it from the ‘Items’ menu.
  5. Kill the victim with the weapon you picked up (or your bare hands).
  6. You have seconds to run away from the crime scene.
  7. Last is the interrogation and conclusion.

This guide is not optimised in any way and starts a new playthrough for every achievement. You can save time by using the in game save system.

 

1401: Places of Interest
People

Alice the Servant Girl: Kitchen
Brother Simon: Courtyard
The Reverend Mother: Chapel – upstairs, second right room
Sir John de Ashton: Upstairs
Nicholas the Steward: Great Hall, side chamber
Eliza Woolsey: Daughter’s Room – upstairs, second left room
Governor Woolsey: Governor’s Room – far left room

Weapons

Dagger: Guest Chamber – upstairs, far right room
Mace: Courtyard, cart
Poison: Courtyard, top left plant
Greatsword: Upstairs, cabinet below shields
Axe: Courtyard, top right tree stump
Fire Iron: Great Hall, fireplace
Rope: Basement, hanging on wall at far left

Evidence

Wycliffe’s Bible: Governor’s Room
Debt Collection Letter: Upstairs, left end
Love Letter: Alice’s Room
Lock of Hair: Daughter’s Room
Silver Chalice: Chapel
Torture Kit: Governor’s Room

1401: The Monk
Brother Simon is found guilty.
Weapon: Mace
Evidence: Bible
Plant: Cart

Extra: –

Brother Simon:
– All I know is I wrote him a letter.
– I wrote about the spread of heresy in Scotland.

Alice the Servant Girl:
– Yes, I worship all kinds of weird spirits …
– You shouldn’t believe everything you read.
– Brother Simon > Why do you feel tension?

Nicholas the Steward
– Brother Simon > What about his past?

The Reverend Mother:
– (none)

Sir John de Ashton:
– I’m not a noble. It’s a common enough name. (Lie)
– My father was a traveling merchant.
– Brother Simon > You think he’s dangerous, then?

Eliza Woolsey:
– (none)

Governor Woolsey:
– (none)

Dinner:
– (Say nothing)
– (Say nothing)
– I will defer to Brother Simon.
– (Interrupt) > I think you should speak up, Brother Simon.
– (Say nothing)

Interrogation:
– I am nobody of consequence.
– I suppose that makes sense.
– I come from a poor family. (Lie)
– I wrote him a letter regarding heresy. (Truth)
– You said that you wished they had more freedom.
– You said he used to be a mercenary.
– You said you sometimes heard raised voices.
– You said he has some dangerous ideas.

Spoke to victim?
– No

At dinner:
– I asked Brother Simon what he thought.

Location:
– Ground Floor
– Great Hall

1401: The Nun
The Reverend Mother is found guilty.
Weapon: Poison
Evidence: Love Letter
Plant: Chapel

Extra: –

Brother Simon:
– All I know is I wrote him a letter.
– I wrote about the spread of heresy in Scotland.
– Mother Bernes > Why do the novices dislike her?

Alice the Servant Girl:
– No, we are Christians. Aren’t you?
– Why should I not ask the Reverend Mother?

Nicholas the Steward:
– (none)

The Reverend Mother:
– (none)

Sir John de Ashton:
– I’m not a noble. It’s a common enough name. (Lie)
– My father was a traveling merchant.
– Mother Bernes > What do you wonder about her?

Eliza Woolsey:
– Yes, we’ve been writing letters to each other.
– I like to read books and attend mass, mostly.
– Mother Bernes > She is stern towards you, then?

Governor Woolsey:
– (none)

Dinner:
– (Interrupt) > No need to speak so sternly, Reverend Mother.
– (Say nothing)
– I’d like to hear what the Reverend Mother thinks.
– (Say nothing)
– (Say nothing)

Interrogation:
– I am nobody of consequence.
– I suppose that makes sense.
– I come from a poor family. (Lie)
– I wrote him a letter regarding heresy. (Truth)
– Yes, that’s right.
– You told a story about a young nun.
– You said you didn’t like the Reverend Mother.
– You wondered about her and the governor.
– She said the Reverend Mother has a bad temper.

Spoke to victim?
– No

At dinner:
– You said you know how to handle miscreants.
– I asked the Reverend Mother what she thought.

1401: The Nobleman
Sir John de Ashton is found guilty.
Weapon: Dagger
Evidence: Debt Letter
Plant: Guest Chamber

Extra: –

Brother Simon:
– All I know is I wrote him a letter.
– I wrote about the spread of heresy in Scotland.

Alice the Servant Girl:
– (none)

Nicholas the Steward:
– Sir John de Ashton > Tell me about his financial situation.

The Reverend Mother:
– (none)

Sir John de Ashton:
– I’m not a noble. It’s a common enough name. (Lie)
– My father was a traveling merchant.
– Governor Woolsey > He’s become more mellow recently, then?

Eliza Woolsey:
– Yes, we’ve been writing letters to each other.
– I like to read books and attend mass, mostly.
– Sir John de Ashton > Does he always get along with your father?

Governor Woolsey:
– (none)

Dinner:
– (Say nothing)
– (Interrupt) > And what if it was one of your family, Sir John?
– Certainly, I believe in the power of witchcraft.
– (Interrupt) > How would you punish them, Sir John?
– (Say nothing)

Interrogation:
– I am nobody of consequence.
– I suppose that makes sense.
– I come from a poor family. (Lie)
– I wrote him a letter regarding heresy. (Truth)
– Yes, that’s right.
– You said he has many debts.
– You said that you argued with him more lately.
– She said she heard him arguing with her father.

Spoke to victim?
– No

At dinner:
– Yes, and then you threatened me.
– I said I believe in the power of witches.
– You said they should be hung, drawn and quartered.

Location:
– Courtyard

1401: The Steward
Nicholas the Steward is found guilty.
Weapon: Axe
Evidence: Lock of Hair
Plant: Nicholas’ Room

Extra: Overhear conversation

Brother Simon:
– All I know is I wrote him a letter.
– I wrote about the spread of heresy in Scotland.

Alice the Servant Girl:
– Yes, I worship all kinds of weird spirits …
– You shouldn’t believe everything you read.
– Nicholas the Steward > He is sometimes stern with you, then?

Nicholas the Steward:
– (none)

The Reverend Mother:
– (none)

Sir John de Ashton:
– I’m not a noble. It’s a common enough name. (Lie)
– My father was a traveling merchant.
– Nicholas the Steward > Why is it better that he remains a bachelor?

Eliza Woolsey:
– (none)

Governor Woolsey:
– (none)

Dinner:
– (Say nothing)
– (Say nothing)
– Certainly, I believe in the power of witchcraft.
– (Say nothing)
– (Say nothing)

Interrogation:
– I am nobody of consequence.
– I suppose that makes sense.
– I come from a poor family. (Lie)
– I wrote him a letter regarding heresy. (Truth)
– Yes, that’s right.
– I overheard a disagreement between you and Alice.
– Nicholas was bullying the girl.
– You said he could be stern sometimes.
– You said he used to be violently jealous.

Spoke to victim?
– No

At dinner:
– I said I believe in the power of witches.

Location:
– Courtyard

1401: The Servant Girl
Alice the Servant Girl is found guilty.
Weapon: Poison
Evidence: Torture Kit
Plant: Alice’s Room

Extra: Overhear conversation

Brother Simon:
– All I know is I wrote him a letter.
– I wrote about the spread of heresy in Scotland.

Alice the Servant Girl:
– No, we are Christians. Aren’t you?
– Why should I not ask the Reverend Mother?

Nicholas the Steward:
– Alice the Servant Girl > Does he treat her well?

The Reverend Mother:
– I traveled here from Beauly Priory.
– I don’t get along with Prior Thomas. (Lie)
– Alice the Servant Girl > Why do you call her that?

Sir John de Ashton:
– I’m not a noble. It’s a common enough name. (Lie)
– My father was a traveling merchant.
– Alice the Servant Girl > She has a temper?

Eliza Woolsey:
– Yes, we’ve been writing letters to each other.
– I like to read books and attend mass, mostly.
– Nicholas the Steward > Why do you think he needs to learn manners?

Governor Woolsey:
– (none)

Dinner:
– (Say nothing)
– (Say nothing)
– Certainly, I believe in the power of witchcraft.
– (Say nothing)
– (Say nothing)

Interrogation:
– I am nobody of consequence.
– I suppose that makes sense.
– I come from a poor family. (Lie)
– I wrote him a letter regarding heresy. (Truth)
– Yes, that’s right.
– You said the governor punished her now and then.
– I overheard a disagreement between you and Alice.
– Alice cursed him.
– You said not to ask the Reverend Mother about you.
– You said she has a bit of a temper.
– You said she used to be a pickpocket.
– She said that she saw him strike Alice once.

Spoke to victim?
– No

At dinner:
– I said I believe in the power of witches.

1401: The Daughter
Eliza Woolsey is found guilty.
Weapon: Poison
Evidence: Love Letter
Plant: Daughter’s Room

Extra: –

Brother Simon:
– All I know is I wrote him a letter.
– I wrote about the spread of heresy in Scotland.

Alice the Servant Girl:
– Yes, I worship all kinds of weird spirits …
– You shouldn’t believe everything you read.
– Governor’s Daughter > It sounds like her father can be quite stern.

Nicholas the Steward:
– (none)

The Reverend Mother:
– I traveled here from Beauly Priory.
– I don’t get along with Prior Thomas. (Lie)
– Governor’s Daughter > Why do you disapprove of those interests?

Sir John de Ashton:
– (none)

Eliza Woolsey:
– (none)

Governor Woolsey:
– (none)

Dinner:
– (Interrupt) > Quite right. Such things are not for girls.
– (Say nothing)
– Certainly, I believe in the power of witchcraft.
– (Say nothing)
– (Say nothing)

Interrogation:
– I am nobody of consequence.
– I suppose that makes sense.
– I come from a poor family. (Lie)
– I wrote him a letter regarding heresy. (Truth)
– Yes, that’s right.
– You said she gave Sir John’s son a bloody nose.
– You said she sometimes seemed to fear him.
– You thought the hobbies were too violent.

Spoke to victim?
– No

At dinner:
– Her father reprimanded her.
– I said I believe in the power of witches.

1401: All Ends Well
Governor Woolsey took his own life.
Weapon: Poison
Evidence: Bible
Plant: Governor’s Room

Extra: –

Brother Simon:
– All I know is I wrote him a letter.
– I wrote about the spread of heresy in Scotland.

Alice the Servant Girl:
– Yes, I worship all kinds of weird spirits …
– You shouldn’t believe everything you read.
– Governor Woolsey > His wife’s death hit him hard, then?

Nicholas the Steward:
– (none)

The Reverend Mother:
– I traveled here from Beauly Priory.
– I don’t get along with Prior Thomas. (Lie)
– Governor Woolsey > Nightmares, you say?

Sir John de Ashton:
– I’m not a noble. It’s a common enough name. (Lie)
– My father was a traveling merchant.
– Governor Woolsey > He’s become more mellow recently, then?

Eliza Woolsey:
– (none)

Governor Woolsey:
– Speaking of family, I haven’t met your wife yet.
– You must miss her a great deal.

Dinner:
– (Say nothing)
– (Say nothing)
– Certainly, I believe in the power of witchcraft.
– (Say nothing)
– (Say nothing)

Interrogation:
– I am nobody of consequence.
– I suppose that makes sense.
– I come from a poor family. (Lie)
– I wrote him a letter regarding heresy. (Truth)
– Yes, that’s right.
– You said he spent long nights drinking.
– You said he had lost something of his old spark.
– You said he was haunted by the ghosts of his past.

Spoke to victim?
– Yes
– We spoke about his dead wife.
– He said he missed her a great deal.

At dinner:
– I said I believe in the power of witches.
– Isn’t it obvious? He had been reading it.

1401: A Faceless Killer
Nobody knows who killed Governor Woolsey.
Weapon: Poison
Evidence: Love Letter
Plant: Alice’s Room

Extra: –

Brother Simon:
– All I know is I wrote him a letter.
– I wrote about the spread of heresy in Scotland.

Alice the Servant Girl:
– (none)

Nicholas the Steward:
– (none)

The Reverend Mother:
– I traveled here from Beauly Priory.
– I don’t get along with Prior Thomas. (Lie)
– Alice the Servant Girl > Why do you call her that?

Sir John de Ashton:
– I’m not a noble. It’s a common enough name. (Lie)
– My father was a traveling merchant.
– Alice the Servant Girl > She has a temper?

Eliza Woolsey:
– (none)

Governor Woolsey:
– (none)

Dinner:
– (Say nothing)
– (Say nothing)
– Certainly, I believe in the power of witchcraft.
– (Say nothing)
– (Say nothing)

Interrogation:
– I am nobody of consequence.
– I suppose that makes sense.
– I come from a poor family. (Lie)
– I wrote him a letter regarding heresy. (Truth)
– Yes, that’s right.
– You said she has a bit of a temper.
– You said she used to be a pickpocket.

Spoke to victim?
– No

At dinner:
– I said I believe in the power of witches.

1401: Confessor
Confess your crime to Brother Simon and still get away with it.
Weapon: Any except poison
Evidence: Any
Plant: Any

Don’t talk to anyone.
After committing murder stay at the scene of the crime until Brother Simon shows up and confess to him.

Interrogation:
– I am nobody of consequence.
– I suppose that makes sense.
– I come from a poor family. (Lie)
– I wrote him a letter regarding heresy. (Truth)
– Yes, that’s right.
– You told a story about a young nun.
– You said you didn’t like the Reverend Mother.
– You wondered about her and the governor.
– She said the Reverend Mother has a bad temper.

1401: Best Laid Plans + Cleanup
William Bruce is found guilty.

If you’ve been following this guide you’ll need kills with Fire IronRope, and Greatsword. Take one, commit murder, get caught. And repeat with the other weapons.

The final achievement 1401: Pride Comes Before a Fall is for killing with your bare hands. Easy.

1868: Places of Interest
People

Zeke: Bartender
Father Augustine: Piano player
Gideon: Left table
Josie: Kitchen
Ernie: Kitchen Back Room
Pearl: Scarlet Room, right room
Old Bill: Out Back, through Bill’s bedroom

Weapons

Rock: Out Back
Broken Bottle: Saloon
Pocket Knife: Scarlet Room
Six Shooter: Bill’s Room
Lead Pipe: Kitchen
Rifle: Kitchen Back Room
Pickaxe: Brewery
Rattlesnake: Out Back, inspect then the basket in kitchen

Evidence

Laudanum: Girl’s Room
Bloody Rag: Girl’s Room
Annie’s Room Key: Annie’s Room
Letter from the Majestic: Bill’s Room (Desk)
Gold Pocket Watch: Bill’s Room (Chest)
Pocket Bible: Out Back, through Bill’s bedroom
Prospector’s Note: Brewery

1868: The Bartender
Zeke is found guilty.
Weapon: Pickaxe
Evidence: Prospector’s Note
Plant: Bill’s Room

Zeke:
– (none)

Father Augustine:
– I’ve been better.
– It’s about my daughter Jenny …
– Zeke > “Too generously”?

Gideon:
– (none)

Josie:
– Why should you want to keep Old Bill happy?
– How is Zeke’s health?

Ernie:
– Sorry to disappoint.
– You could always go to church.
– Zeke > Where’d he learn to shoot?

Pearl:
– What do you mean there ain’t no use in me staying?
– You’re right, I guess I should do more.
– Zeke > What did Bill say about that?

Old Bill:
– (none)

Dinner:
– (Say Nothing)
– (Say Nothing)
– (Interrupt) > What was wrong with his last batch?
– (Say Nothing)

Interrogation:
– About Jenny. (Lie)
– Bill stumbled into something. (Lie)
– You said he’s been having money trouble.
– You said he used to hunt Indians.
– You said Bill had been angry with him.

Spoke to victim?
– No

Location:
– Outside
– Out Back

1868: The Preacher
Father Augustine is found guilty.
Weapon: Rattlesnake
Evidence: Pocket Bible
Plant: Out Back (washing line)

Zeke:
– (none)

Father Augustine:
– Not bad. Yourself?
– What’s so dark about this place?

Gideon:
– (none)

Josie:
– Just a little bruised.
– I’m still in love with Old Bill.
– Father Augustine > Frightening in what way?

Ernie:
– Sorry to disappoint.
– You could always go to church.
– Father Augustine > How did he get his hands dirty?

Pearl:
– What do you mean there ain’t no use in me staying?
– You’re right, I guess I should do more.
– Father Augustine > Why was he banned?

Old Bill:
– (none)

Dinner:
– (Say Nothing)
– (Say Nothing)
– (Say Nothing)
– (Interrupt) > You should show more respect, Bill.

Interrogation:
– About Jenny. (Lie)
– Bill stumbled into something. (Lie)
– He said he aimed to change things.
– You said his sermons can be frightening.
– You said he used to distribute rifles.
– You said he came in drunk one night …

Spoke to victim?
– No

1868: The Stranger
Gideon is found guilty.
Weapon: Six Shooter
Evidence: Letter from the Majestic
Plant: Saloon (in his bag)

Zeke:
– Of course she’ll be back.
– Maybe Bill isn’t like your old man.
– The Stranger > What kind of trouble?

Father Augustine:
– (none)

Gideon:
– What brings you to The Crystal, then?
– I’ll do that, then.

Josie:
– Just a little bruised.
– I’m still in love with Old Bill.
– The Stranger > How was he showing off?

Ernie:
– Sorry to disappoint.
– Old Bill’s made peace with Dan Cassidy?
– The Stranger > What’s he doing in town?

Pearl:
– (none)

Old Bill:
– (none)

Dinner:
– (Interrupt) > So what is it you do, stranger?
– (Say Nothing)
– (Say Nothing)
– (Say Nothing)

Interrogation:
– About Jenny. (Lie)
– Bill stumbled into something. (Lie)
– Only that this saloon is no place for a child.
– You said he got into trouble at The Majestic.
– You said he was showing off his shooting skills.
– You said you’d heard he was a bounty hunter.

Spoke to victim?
– No

Location:
– Ground Floor
– Kitchen

1868: The Cook
Josie is found guilty.
Weapon: Lead Pipe
Evidence: Bloody Rag
Plant: Kitchen

Zeke:
– (none)

Father Augustine:
– Not bad. Yourself?
– What’s so dark about this place?
– Josie > What’s wrong with her employer?

Gideon:
– (none)

Josie:
– Why should you want to keep Old Bill happy?
– Maybe you should try being a working girl.

Ernie:
– Sorry to disappoint.
– You could always go to church.
– Josie > What kind of work?

Pearl:
– (none)

Old Bill:
– (none)

Dinner:
– (Say Nothing)
– (Interrupt) > Maybe Josie could fill in.
– (Interrupt) > You gonna pay Josie extra for working the bar?
– (Say Nothing)

Interrogation:
– About Jenny. (Lie)
– Bill stumbled into something. (Lie)
– He said people don’t go to church enough.
– You said Old Bill lusted after her.
– You said Bill wanted to put her to work upstairs.

Spoke to victim?
– No

Location:
– Outside
– Out Back

1868: The Right-Hand Man
Ernie is found guilty.
Weapon: Rifle
Evidence: Annie’s Room Key
Plant: Kitchen Back Room

Zeke:
– Of course she’ll be back.
– Maybe Bill isn’t like your old man.
– Ernie > Why is that?

Father Augustine:
– (none)

Gideon:
– (none)

Josie:
– Just a little bruised.
– I’m still in love with Old Bill.
– Ernie > Who is his type, then?

Ernie:
– Don’t you ever think for yourself?
– How can you sleep at night?

Pearl:
– What do you mean there ain’t no use in me staying?
– You’re right, I guess I should do more.
– Ernie > “Old Bill’s shadow”?

Old Bill:
– (none)

Dinner:
– (Interrupt) > Sounds like he’s patronising you, Ernie.
– (Say Nothing)
– (Say Nothing)
– (Say Nothing)

Interrogation:
– About Jenny. (Lie)
– Bill stumbled into something. (Lie)
– Only that this saloon is no place for a child.
– You said you saw his face on a wanted poster.
– You said he had a crush on me.
– You said he fell out with Bill over a woman.

Spoke to victim?
– No

Location:
– Upstairs
– My Room

Evidence:
– We might as well admit our love, Ernie …

1868: The Prostitute
Pearl is found guilty.
Weapon: Pocket Knife
Evidence: Gold Pocket Watch
Plant: Girl’s Room

Zeke:
– Of course she’ll be back.
– Maybe Bill isn’t like your old man.
– Pearl > What sort of rumours?

Father Augustine:
– Not bad. Yourself?
– What’s so dark about this place?
– Pearl > What kind of unpleasantness?

Gideon:
– (none)

Josie:
– Just a little bruised.
– I’m still in love with Old Bill.
– Pearl > Why will she want to stay in her room?

Ernie:
– (none)

Pearl:
– You just want Old Bill for yourself.
– You think you understand him?

Old Bill:
– (none)

Dinner:
– (Say Nothing)
– (Interrupt) > The regulars are probably tired of Pearl already.
– (Say Nothing)
– (Say Nothing)

Interrogation:
– About Jenny. (Lie)
– Bill stumbled into something. (Lie)
– Only that this saloon is no place for a child.
– You said she killed a man in Springfield.
– He said people don’t go to church enough.
– You said she was accused of stealing.
– You said you overheard her arguing with Bill.
– She just idolised him too much.

Spoke to victim?
– No

At Dinner:
– That’s exactly how it happened.

Location:
– Outside
– Out Back

1868: A Troubled Man
Old Bill took his own life.
Weapon: Six Shooter
Evidence: Laudanum
Plant: Bill’s Room

Zeke:
– Of course she’ll be back.
– Maybe Bill isn’t like your old man.
– Old Bill > How has his behaviour been unusual?

Father Augustine:
– Not bad. Yourself?
– What’s so dark about this place?
– Old Bill > He ever come to confession?

Gideon:
– (none)

Josie:
– (none)

Ernie:
– (none)

Pearl:
– Let’s not fight, Pearl …
– What’s troubling Old Bill?

Old Bill:
– (none)

Dinner:
– (Say Nothing)
– (Interrupt) > Sounds like we could use some more girls.
– (Say Nothing)
– (Interrupt) > I heard you’ve been visiting him a lot, Bill.

Interrogation:
– About Jenny. (Lie)
– Bill stumbled into something. (Lie)
– Only that this saloon is no place for a child.
– You said he’d been acting sullen.
– He said people don’t go to church enough.
– You said he’d been coming to confession a lot.

Spoke to victim?
– Yes
– We spoke about the business.
– It seemed like he was out of ideas.

At Dinner:
– He said these were hard times.

Location:
– Ground Floor
– Saloon

1868: On the Run
Become a fugitive.
Weapon: Pickaxe
Evidence: Prospector’s Note
Plant: Bill’s Room

Zeke:
– I’m never bringing her back here.
– I guess you’re right.

Father Augustine:
– Not bad. Yourself?
– I wish I could be so optimistic.
– Zeke > “Too generously”?

Gideon:
– (none)

Josie:
– (none)

Ernie:
– You enjoy beating up little girls, Ernie?
– Touch her again and I’ll kill you.
– Zeke > Where’d he learn to shoot?

Pearl:
– What do you mean there ain’t no use in me staying?
– All you ever do is spread your legs.
– Zeke > What did Bill say about that?

Old Bill:
– (none)

Dinner:
– (Say Nothing)
– (Say Nothing)
– (Interrupt) > What was wrong with his last batch?
– (Say Nothing)

Interrogation:
– About his drunkenness. (Truth)
– Bill stumbled into something. (Lie)
– Yes, he did.
– Yes, that’s right.
– Yes, that’s right.
– It wasn’t Bill’s fault.
– Yes, that’s right.

Spoke to victim?
– Yes
– Bill proposed to me.
– I said I needed time to think.

Location:
– Outside
– Out Back

1868: A Woman Scorned + Cleanup
Annie Bruce is found guilty.

If you’ve been following this guide you’ll need kills with Rock, and Broken bottle. Take one, commit murder, get caught. And repeat.

The final achievement 1868: Damned Inevitability is for killing with your bare hands. Easy.

1895: Places of Interest
People

Charles Bruce: Ground Floor, lower left room
Jenny Bruce: Master Bedroom
Michael Bruce: Basement
Nellie Bruce: Upper Guest Room
Nurse Ethel: Kitchen
Lady Lenora: Ground Floor, lower right room
Thomas Bruce: Library

Weapons

Dueling Pistol: Ground Floor, lower left room
Hammer: Ground Floor, basement stairs area
Meat Cleaver: Kitchen
Corkscrew: Basement, lower room
Hatpin: Upper Guest Room
Arsenic: Basement, upper room
Scissors: Master Bedroom

Evidence

Rabid Fan Letter: Ground Floor, by entrance
Letter from Thomas: Ground Floor, lower right room
Property Valuation File: Library
Angry Poem: Basement Guest Room
Perfume: Nurse Ethel’s Room
Riding Crop: Thomas’ Room (cupboard)
Rejection Letters: Thomas’ Room (desk)

1895: The Father
Charles Bruce is found guilty.
Weapon: Dueling Pistol
Evidence: Property Valuation File
Plant: Master Bedroom

Introduction:
– I’m sure they would have come if they could.
– Thomas still believes in that nonsense, then.
– I’ve been looking forward to seeing him.

Charles Bruce:
– Mother is the one suffering misfortune.
– He was a good man.
– I understand, Father.

Michael Bruce:
– (none)

Nurse Ethel:
– Father > Does he get along with Thomas these days?

Jenny Bruce:
– Yes, he did have many friends.
– Father > What are you talking about? What did Father do?

Nellie Bruce:
– Thank you for your concern.
– Yes, he is.
– Family is the most important thing.

Lady Lenora:
– (none)

Thomas Bruce:
– (none)

Reading:
– Have you recently made a choice regarding Mother?
– Looks like Father.
– Do you think that’s likely?

Interrogation:
– I think I am quite resilient.
– Yes, they are very important.
– They had been arguing a lot lately.
– He said she was the lucky one.
– We did have a pet go missing …

Spoke to victim?
– No

At reading:
– Father would never have allowed it.
– Yes, he said that.

Location:
– Ground Floor
– The Parlour (Here)

1895: The Mother
Jenny Bruce is found guilty.
Weapon: Scissors
Evidence: Angry Poem
Plant: Master Bedroom

Introduction:
– I’m sure they would have come if they could.
– Thomas still believes in that nonsense, then.
– I’ve been looking forward to seeing him.

Charles Bruce:
– Mother is the one suffering misfortune.
– He was a good man.
– I understand, Father.

Michael Bruce:
– I am fine, all things considered.
– Don’t worry about it.
– Mother > Did you find out what she meant?

Nurse Ethel:
– Mother > What happens at night?

Jenny Bruce:
– Yes, he did have many friends.

Nellie Bruce:
– Thank you for your concern.
– Yes, he is.
– Family is the most important thing.
– Mother > How bad was she last time you saw her?

Lady Lenora:
– (none)

Thomas Bruce:
– (none)

Reading:
– Have you recently made a choice regarding Mother?
– Looks like you, Thomas.
– Do you think that’s likely?

Interrogation:
– I think I am quite resilient.
– Yes, they are very important.
– Ethel said she caught her with a knife.
– Yes, very briefly.
– He thinks her family perished in a fire.
– She mentioned that she has violent fits.

Spoke to victim?
– Yes
– We spoke about my mother’s health.
– He wanted to have her put in an asylum.

At reading:
– She would not have been happy about that.

Location:
– Upstairs
– The Landing

1895: The Brother
Michael Bruce is found guilty.
Weapon: Corkscrew
Evidence: Letter from Thomas
Plant: Upper Guest Room

Introduction:
– I’m sure they would have come if they could.
– Thomas still believes in that nonsense, then.
– I’ve been looking forward to seeing him.

Charles Bruce:
– Mother is the one suffering misfortune.
– He was a good man.
– I understand, Father.
– Michael Bruce > What was he upset about?

Michael Bruce:
– (none)

Nurse Ethel:
– (none)

Jenny Bruce:
– Yes, he did have many friends.
– Michael Bruce > What else did I do wrong this week?

Nellie Bruce:
– Thank you for your concern.
– Yes, he is.
– Family is the most important thing.
– Michael Bruce > What pressures of life?

Lady Lenora:
– (none)

Thomas Bruce:
– (none)

Reading:
– Have you recently made a choice regarding Mother?
– Looks like Michael.
– Do you think that’s likely?

Interrogation:
– I think I am quite resilient.
– Yes, they are very important.
– Yes, very briefly.
– He struck his wife.
– Yes, they were always fighting.
– She said he had lost his job.

Spoke to victim?
– No

At reading:
– Michael disagreed with him.

Location:
– Ground Floor
– The Parlour (Here)

1895: The Sister-in-Law
Nellie Bruce is found guilty.
Weapon: Hatpin
Evidence: Perfume
Plant: Upper Guest Room

Introduction:
– I’m sure they would have come if they could.
– Thomas still believes in that nonsense, then.
– I’ve been looking forward to seeing him.

Charles Bruce:
– Mother is the one suffering misfortune.
– He was a good man.
– I understand, Father.
– Nellie Bruce > What’s wrong with her family?

Michael Bruce:
– I am fine, all things considered.
– Don’t worry about it.
– Nellie Bruce > Why has this month been rough?

Nurse Ethel:
– (none)

Jenny Bruce:
– Yes, he did have many friends.
– Nellie Bruce > What choice is that?

Nellie Bruce:
– Thank you for your concern.
– Are you coping alright with him?
– Family is the most important thing.

Lady Lenora:
– (none)

Thomas Bruce:
– (none)

Reading:
– I think I see you on the card, Nellie …
– Looks like you, Thomas.
– Do you think that’s likely?

Interrogation:
– I think I am quite resilient.
– Yes, they are very important.
– Yes, very briefly.
– Her brother is in jail.
– He said she had some problems …
– Yes, it’s very likely.
– She said it had been difficult.

Spoke to victim?
– No

At reading:
– I think Thomas was in love with her.

Location:
– Upstairs
– The Landing

1895: The Nurse
Nurse Ethel is found guilty.
Weapon: Meat Cleaver
Evidence: Riding Crop
Plant: Nurse Ethel’s Room

Introduction:
– I’m sure they would have come if they could.
– Thomas still believes in that nonsense, then.
– I’ve been looking forward to seeing him.

Charles Bruce:
– Mother is the one suffering misfortune.
– He was a good man.
– I understand, Father.
– Nurse Ethel > Surely her job doesn’t take that much bravery.

Michael Bruce:
– I am fine, all things considered.
– Don’t worry about it.
– Nurse Ethel > Why did she leave the hospital?

Nurse Ethel:
– (none)

Jenny Bruce:
– Yes, he did have many friends.

Nellie Bruce:
– Thank you for your concern.
– Yes, he is.
– Family is the most important thing.
– Nurse Ethel > Did she mention my brother Thomas?

Lady Lenora:
– (none)

Thomas Bruce:
– (none)

Reading:
– One of those women looks like Nurse Ethel.
– Looks like you, Thomas.
– Do you think that’s likely?

Interrogation:
– I think I am quite resilient.
– Yes, they are very important.
– Yes, very briefly.
– She stabbed a burglar.
– She was at the centre of a scandal.
– She said she seemed frightened of him.

Spoke to victim?
– No

Location:
– Upstairs
– The Landing

1895: The Mystic
Lady Lenora is found guilty.
Weapon: Arsenic
Evidence: Rabid Fan Letter
Plant: Ground Floor, lower right room

Introduction:
– I’m sure they would have come if they could.
– Thomas still believes in that nonsense, then.
– I’ve been looking forward to seeing him.

Charles Bruce:
– Mother is the one suffering misfortune.
– He was a good man.
– I understand, Father.
– Lady Lenora > “Filthy practises”?

Michael Bruce:
– (none)

Nurse Ethel:
– Lady Lenora > What do you find strange about her?

Jenny Bruce:
– Yes, he did have many friends.

Nellie Bruce:
– Thank you for your concern.
– Yes, he is.
– Family is the most important thing.
– Lady Lenora > Where did Thomas find her?

Lady Lenora:
– (none)

Thomas Bruce:
– (none)

Reading:
– I think I see you on the card, Nellie …
– You are right in front of him, Lenora.
– Do you think that’s likely?

Interrogation:
– I think I am quite resilient.
– Yes, they are very important.
– Apparently she wanted a picture of Thomas.
– Yes, very briefly.
– He said they practise blood magic.
– She said Thomas found her at one of his clubs.

Spoke to victim?
– No

At reading:
– I was just stirring up trouble.
– She warned that he’d better not cross her.

1895: Writer’s Block
Thomas Bruce took his own life.
Weapon: Arsenic
Evidence: Rejection Letters
Plant: Library

Introduction:
– I’m sure they would have come if they could.
– Thomas still believes in that nonsense, then.
– I’ve been looking forward to seeing him.

Charles Bruce:
– Mother is the one suffering misfortune.
– He was a good man.
– I understand, Father.

Michael Bruce:
– I am fine, all things considered.
– Don’t worry about it.
– Thomas Bruce > What did the pastor say?

Nurse Ethel:
– Mother > What happens at night?

Jenny Bruce:
– Yes, he did have many friends.
– Thomas Bruce > Yes, it’s Thomas. I need your help …

Nellie Bruce:
– Thank you for your concern.
– Yes, he is.
– Family is the most important thing.

Lady Lenora:
– (none)

Thomas Bruce:
– (none)

Reading:
– I think I see you on the card, Nellie …
– Looks like you, Thomas.
– Do you think that’s likely?

Interrogation:
– I think I am quite resilient.
– Yes, they are very important.
– She said he has been drinking heavily.
– Yes, very briefly.
– He said he’d bought a plot at the graveyard.
– Yes, that might have been real.

Spoke to victim?
– No

At reading:
– I was just stirring up trouble.

1895: Whodunnit?
The murder of Thomas Bruce remains unsolved.
Weapon: Hammer
Evidence: Rabid Fan Letter
Plant: Library

Introduction:
– I’m sure they would have come if they could.
– Thomas still believes in that nonsense, then.
– I’ve been looking forward to seeing him.

Charles Bruce:
– Mother is the one suffering misfortune.
– He was a good man.
– I understand, Father.
– Nurse Ethel > Surely her job doesn’t take that much bravery.

Michael Bruce:
– (none)

Nurse Ethel:
– Lady Lenora > What do you find strange about her?

Jenny Bruce:
– Yes, he did have many friends.
– Father > What are you talking about? What did Father do?

Nellie Bruce:
– Thank you for your concern.
– Are you coping alright with him?
– Family is the most important thing.
– Michael Bruce > What pressures of life?

Lady Lenora:
– (none)

Thomas Bruce:
– (none)

Reading:
– I think I see you on the card, Nellie …
– You are right in front of him, Lenora.
– Do you think that’s likely?

Interrogation:
– I think I am quite resilient.
– Yes, they are very important.
– Apparently she wanted a picture of Thomas.
– He said she was the lucky one.
– She stabbed a burglar.
– We did have a pet go missing …
– She said it had been difficult.
– She said he had lost his job.

Spoke to victim?
– No

At reading:
– I was just stirring up trouble.
– She warned that he’d better not cross her.

Location:
– Upstairs
– The Landing

1895: An Unhappy Ending + Cleanup
Margaret Percy is found guilty.

If you’ve been following this guide you’ll have already used all the weapons. So choose your favourite, commit murder, get caught.

The final achievement 1895: A Sacrifice is for killing with your bare hands. Easy.

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