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Favourite time to accuse

contentedwithlife
contentedwithlife

Its been a habit of mine, when I have extra time and have confirmed my suspect with knowledge of his habits, I would accuse him/her at roughly 9-11pm.
Its just a habit so that I start the next case at that time, and usually suspects are at home after midnight..

Any favourite timings? Or are the cases too time tight?

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Ricki24
Ricki24

If I've pretty much made sure I know who the murderer is, I'll usually try to accuse them then and there. If they're not home when I try to accuse them I go around and try to find more 'Proof' from another suspect. Just to feel like I've really got them pinned down. ;)

As for house searching, I make the suspects with fake alibi's my top priority and will eventually get around to searching everyone's house when I need more evidence or new suspects (through the yellow notes). Plus, I LOVE finding bank keys, documents, and hidden compartments. :)

Kara Dublock
Kara Dublock

I like to finish one or two days before the deadline ;) I usually find a document at the beginning or middle of a case though, so I never look really hard for one. I only spend a majority of my time looking for yellow notes to save manipulation for last resorts.

Sara Meyers
Sara Meyers

I don't see where accusing a suspect at a certain time would be beneficial--maybe I'm missing something?? I just try and keep a watch on the time remaining; that determines whether I keep searching in the hope of finding a document or skeleton key after I know for sure who the guilty party is. So, I tend to agree with Sly and Isaac--if they're home, talk; if they're away, snoop!

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