A Muse From Abroad - Refugee Camp Crime Scene Imagination Node 3
Thanks to improvements made by developer Frogwares, finding clues has never been easier in Sherlock Holmes Chapter One, but solutions drawn from that evidence don’t come so easily. Once it comes time to visualize what happened, the clues become mere suggestions as you’re left to ponder the improbable. With the help of this Imagination Nodes guide, you should be able to deftly navigate some of Sherlock Holmes Chapter One’s most obtuse puzzle types.
Sherlock Holmes Chapter One Imagination Nodes
What Was Did in the Shadows Imagination Node Guide
Two corpses in a graveyard and an undead vampire is your only suspect. How can the supernatural be explained logically?
– Entering the garden: Bald man with flowers (brother of the recently deceased).
– On the ground near the rock: photojournalist with curly hair stabbing the neck of the corpse.
– At the crossroads: Bald brother mentioned above with the shovel.
– On the ground over the other corpse: Curly-headed photojournalist again.
– Beside the grave: Doctor’s assistant holding the bottle and wearing a hat.
– Over the bag of medical tools: Photojournalist once again.
The photojournalist took the opportunity to make a murder and a knock-out look like a vampire attack by stabbing holes in the necks of both the corpse and the unconscious groundskeeper.
The Scapegoat Imagination Node Guide
Witches in the woods, a missing goat, and a holy man drenched in proverbial sin. With so many variables, inconsistent accounts, and evidence strewn all over the place, you’ll really have your hands full with this one.
– Priest in the bushes: Woman in bird mask pointing at him.
– Handprint on the ground: Woman in ox mask falling over.
– Shattered wine amphora: Woman in red lion mask dropping the wine while being charged.
– Pulling goat up steps: Woman in the bird mask.
– Tying up priest in the puddle of wine: Woman in the ox mask tying him up.
In this scenario, the man of God is telling the honest truth, as he should. Ox sprained her ankle falling over near the bush, and Bird is being honest about everything but whose job it was to steal the goat so as not to implicate herself.
Splitting the Loot Imagination Node Guide
Three corpses, a convoluted timeline, and missing loot. Just pay attention to who was shot where and by what kinds of rounds and you’ll do fine. Keep in mind who has glasses and who has a hat.
– Behind log: Guy with glasses, took shotgun to the chest.
– Next to wagon: Guy with hat, shot in the leg.
– Next to the tree: No hat or glasses, taking a throwing knife to the neck.
– By the back door: Guy with hat limped to the wall only to be shot in the chest at point blank range.
Even though the imagination node is complete, we still don’t know who killed the hat guy. To solve this, pin “the Missing PIece” and Observe (R1/RB) the footprint in front of the hat guy. You’ll find they all killed each other, but the hat guy was killed by the first cop on the scene. The money is long gone, and some dirty detective is retiring early.
A Mother’s Love – Manor Entrance Imagination Node Guide
Memories come rushing back to Sherlock. He remembers helping his mother, but he has no recollection of whose hat hung on the hatrack. How did their first day in Stonewood Manor play out?
– At the hat-rack: Balding man with a beard holding an umbrella.
– Near the luggage: Mycroft (young man) reprimanding Sherlock by the stairs.
– By the stairs: 10 Year Old Sherlock helping his mom up the stairs, Jon in wheelchair.
The mysterious bowling hat belonged to Dr. Richter, Violet Holmes’ doctor. With that information gathered, and the memory of Sherlock helping his mother, the only place Mycroft could be is with the luggage.
A Gilded Cage – Chaos Unfolded Imagination Node Guide
A neighbor found dead, a missing pet, and signs of foul play. How did Theodore Gilden meet his end and who else was there to make it all happen?
– In the shed over the blood: Theodore Gilden being strangled by the elephant, Goliath.
– Near the body: The elephant dropping Theodore and trampling over him.
– At the gate: Goliath breaking through the gate, knocking an unknown intruder back into the broken wooden fence.
Gilden loved this elephant. There’s no probable way it would kill its owner of 10 plus years, is there? Into the House of Ivory for answers.
A Gilded Cage – Investigating the Ruins Imagination Node Guide
A statue bearing a lion’s head was sent tumbling down the cliff into the sea. How will we find Vitus’ tomb now? Your on-screen compass will be essential.
– The platform to the north: Eurus, god of the autumn wind with the sickle in her hand facing east.
– The platform to the south: Zephyrus, the minor wind god bearing a basket of fruit and a vine facing west.
– The platform to the east: Titus, the legate with the lion’s head and sword facing south.
– The platform to the west: Vitus, the legate with the sword and shield, sporting dense curls facing north.
After logically following your notes on the scene, you’ll reveal the path down to the beach to uncover the tomb of Vitus.
A Mother’s Love – Morning Mania Imagination Node Guide
In Violet Holmes’ room at Stonewood Manor, you’ll notice the oil painting of flowers near the door has been hit with a blunt object. But why?
– Near the door, in front of the painting: Mycroft, the young man, holding his arms up to defend himself from…
– Next to the table: Violet Holmes throwing a serving tray at Mycroft as Dr. Richter, the balding bearded man, presents her with an unknown piece of paper.
– Beside the bed, near the serving tray: Young Sherlock crying as Jon valiantly defends him.
It should be more than obvious now that Violet Holmes didn’t die from tuberculosis, but a much more heartbreaking disease altogether.
Love, Death, and Cordona – Atop the Bridge Tower Imagination Node Guide
Mark Ridley was stabbed and thrown from the window of Bridge Tower. There are clear signs of a struggle, but how did it all go down?
– Near the chest: Assailant sneaking up behind Ridley with a curved blade.
– At the broken table: Ridley fights back, getting a swipe in at his assailant.
– At the window: Assailant stabs Ridley out the window.
Having gotten a swipe in, Ridley injured his murderer before taking a dive out the window. Strangely enough, the murderer didn’t take the blackmail money.
The Muse from Abroad – The Undergallery Imagination Node Guide
Burned paintings, coal-laden foot and handprints, and a locked room mystery. Light work for our brilliant detective.
– Near the stairs: Vogel cautiously entering the undergallery.
– Near the shovel: Intruder climbing out of the hatch, knocking over the shovel.
– At the coffin: Intruder exiting coffin, leaving leading handprint on the lid.
– By the stack of burnt paintings: Intruder throwing a painting onto the flames.
– Back next to the painting hooks: Intruder stealing the painting off the wall.
You’ll find it wasn’t petty vandalism, but rather a cover for a theft. Vogel may be an odd individual, but he isn’t a villain.
The Muse from Abroad – Mercurio’s Flat Imagination Node Guide
Standing over the corpse of the man you’re disguised as may remind you of your rapidly dwindling mortality, so go ahead and take your time to overcome that feeling of existential dread before we uncover the reason Mercurio caught a knife to the throat.
– At the bed: Mercurio runs from the dark room to confront intruder.
– Beside the desk: Mercurio smashes bottle over intruder’s head.
– Near the easel: Intruder with knife from the desk fights back, slicing Mercurio’s neck, causing him to hold it.
– Over the body: Intruder trying helplessly to stop the bleeding from Mercurio’s throat to no avail.
A theft gone wrong. The intruder clearly wasn’t there to kill Mercurio, he was searching for something. That something is likely well hidden, still inside the apartment. Perhaps the bloodsoaked painting will have the answers?
The Muse from Abroad – Refugee Camp Crime Scene Imagination Node Guide
After exhausting all available clues, this node will appear to give you a chance to grasp how the “victim” met his grisly watery end.
– Near the chicken coops: “Victim” dragging woman out as she digs her heels in.
– Over the makeshift club near the tent: “Victim” defends against an attacker wielding a club, nearly losing grip on the abducted woman.
– Near the beads on the ground: Woman breaks away from “victim” and falls to the ground as he turns to face another adversary.
– In front of the kitchen tent: “Victim” runs from refugee with dirk in hand.
– Near crates: Another refugee kicks the crates out in front of “victim”, causing him to trip.
– Next to the bridge and the bloody handprint: “Victim” stumbles forward as the refugee watches him tumble over the edge, too late to help.
First a theft gone wrong, now a kidnapping gone wrong. The clumsiest criminal in the game has finally been disposed of, and by his own hand no less.
A Mother’s Love – Accident in the Cabinet of Curiosities Imagination Node Guide
Another forgotten memory, another Imagination Node, this time in the room housing the Holmes family’s collection of counterfeit trinkets, artefacts, and other oddities of varying authenticity. Sherlock remembers hearing a noise while snooping through the room as a child: the sound of books and papers hitting the floor. But how?
– Near the large skeleton at Mycroft’s desk: Young Sherlock looking at an artefact on the desk as Jon keeps guard.
– Beside the mermaid skeleton: Young Sherlock looking out from around the unique statue to see…
– Near the desk by the Suit of armor: Mycroft tearing Dr. Richter’s diploma before his eyes, causing the good (bad?) doctor to be taken aback, knocking the books over.
Furious with Richter’s unprofessionalism and deception, Mycroft lashed out at the old man. An understandable response when your mother’s life is on the line.
Blindsided Imagination Node Guide
A non-lethal duelling club, a pistol up in the hills, and a body very lethally shot dead with a real bullet. If his duelling partner isn’t the murderer, then what was he shooting at? And who of the three present is responsible?
– Near the corpse: The victim being shot, falling as his gun flies from his hand.
– Over the footprints: Duelling opponent firing at something up the hill.
– Between the pillars: Man in top hat providing guns to blindfolded duellists.
– At the fallen gun case: Top hat man drops the gun case and draws his own pistol.
– Up the hill behind cover: The man in the top hat taking aim at the duel below.
Questioning himself, Sherlock believes it highly unlikely that there were only 3 people on the hill, and imagines a separate scenario in which there were 4.
– At the fallen gun case: Top hat guy drops the gun case to cover his ears from the sudden sound of…
– Up the hill behind cover: Unidentified assailant firing down onto the duel.
With this information, Sherlock has enough of an idea of where the killer fired from, whoever it was, and a better understanding than the police of the situation at hand.
Siren Song Imagination Node Guide
What do we do with a drunken sailor? We ponder how he spent his final moments before managing to drown in a 2 foot deep fountain, of course.
– Beside the bench with the newspaper: “Siren” smoking her citrus-tinged cigarette.
– In front of the fountain: “Siren” pushing the sailor in.
– Near the bottle of Siren Song: “Siren” clapping, cheering on the drinking sailor.
– On the bench near the fallen wallet: Sailor getting his wallet out as the “siren” kisses him on the cheek.
Desperate sailors make perfect targets for cyanide poisoning. When you’re thirsty enough, you’ll drink anything.
Sacrificial Lamb Imagination Node Guide
Pretty boy Fabio’s corpse has been found in the back room of a mansion dedicated to debauchery and sin and we’re supposed to act surprised. A quick survey of the scene tells us all we need to know about the circumstances surrounding his seemingly ritualistic death.
– At the entrance to the room: Murderer locking the door.
– Beside Fabio’s corpse at the altar: Murderer stabbing Fabio.
– Getting into the wardrobe in the dressing room: murderer hiding bloody robes in bloody wardrobe.
– At the sink, near the missing robe: Murderer washing hands.
– In the smoking room at the sofa near the wine bottle: Murderer hits Fabio in the head with the wine bottle.
– Near the bloody handprint on the chair and bloodspattered floor: Fabio being dragged away by the murderer.
After the last and one of the most straightforward Imagination Nodes in the game, matching up handprints made solving this one a cinch. Sadly, it also reveals the least, a crime scene that could have been figured out with inference rather than imagination, the only new information we gather is that the murderer had a key.
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