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no clues or murder victims

Jayneromina
Jayneromina

Have had yet another case with no clues or murder victim! Grrrr

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Bjyman
Bjyman

I think it happened to me recently and on a favor. :( Either the mysteries at Shades of Mystery load right or incorrectly.

Sara Meyers
Sara Meyers

I've now had 5 cases like this. No corpse, no clues. Impossible. I've tried email and telephone (that number goes to Stanley Steemer!). Is there no admin anymore? I'm very frustrated.

Bebe Moore
Bebe Moore

Same happened to me just now @AlexisLily, it was a favour for the bartender! It gave an error first, it said something like "Can not run command 19". There is no body, no clues, what to do?

heart broken kid
heart broken kid

Could the sleuth admin do something about this bug in the game?! It is most annoying when an agency is doing a hunt and gets a crime scene with no victim and no clues!! It means we lose a case and cannot get to favours! I think it has been going on for long enough. You cannot expect people to subscribe when this keeps happening and no one is sorting the problem out!!!

heart broken kid
heart broken kid

update, just had a 2nd case with no clues or murder victims, so have lost 2 cases out of four due to this bug today!!!!

heart broken kid
heart broken kid

update, just had a 2nd case with no clues or murder victims, so have lost 2 cases out of four due to this bug today!!!!

Jayneromina
Jayneromina

So, in the middle of a hunt, I get the required favour, and once again, no victim or clues!! Waste of a favour case, I lose standing with the police clerk through no fault of my own! When are the admins going to do something about it?!! I have smaile dthe sleuth admin, no response of course!! There are many of us experiencing this, so would have thought as a matter of courtesy the admins could at least respond!

anomis88
anomis88

Dear Admins,

Please do something about this error - i'm unhappy to quit cases due to missing bodies -and more frustrating to accept to do a favour and to be
constrained to quit the case.


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