SHERLOCK HOLMES: The Case Of The Rose Tattoo - Walkthrough
Written by Dave Timoney 1996


The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Rose Tattoo. This walkthru is  1996 by Dave Timoney.
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Beware: Accuracy of detail in this walkthrough has not been verified. Grammar and spelling
have not been checked.

NOTE: There is a lot of flexibility in this game, allowing you to go to various sundry locations in 
haphazard order. In fact, the order that I went through the game when writing the walkthru is not the 
order in which I played the first time - hindsight (or notes) is such a wonderful thing. So, this is less
a walkthru than a script of what to do to get past a scene or puzzle.
Items that what you can acquire are in bold, while poignant information or new map locations are underlined.

You start as Watson, outside 221B Baker St. Mycroft, Holmes' brother, was hurt in an explosion at the 

Diogenes Club.
LOOK at the scarf near the newspaper stand - Holmes' messenger is never far from scarf (that's who you 
	hear snoring).
LOOK Stall
LOOK Wiggins, inside the stall
WAKE Wiggins
TALK Wiggins 1. 'It's Late':  Mentions Jonas. Mentions Lestrade and Scotland Yard 
TALK Wiggins 1 'help Mr. Holmes'
TALK Wiggins 2 'Mr Rigby':  (this is Jonas)  He's at home.

Go to right side, which takes you to The City Map. The only other icon is .....

Scotland Yard
LOOK at the street vendor - Augustus Trimble, police-informer and con man. Holmes frightens him.
TALK Augie 1 'Good word':  He knows about explosion at club.
TALK Augie 1 'into Yard':  Won't help
LOOK constable
TALK constable 1 'nip in':  won't let you in
TALK constable 1 'friend's attention': 
TALK Augie
	2 'give them up':  - Watson loses money for nothing
	2 'Diogenes Club': not accident. Heard terrorists about 2 'bright ideas'
TALK constable
	2 'call for help':  nope, can't get thru
	2 'colleague': nope, can't get thru
	2 'explosion at Pall Mall': Fire brigade said Diogenes Club was gas leak. 
	Fireman amazed at damage from so little gas.
	Mycroft Holmes now at St. Bart's hospital

Now have map icon for Diogenes Club and St. Bart's
I strongly recommend going to the Club first, as I got stuck if I went to the hospital first.

Diogenes Club
Police Constable Daley here
LOOK Fire wagon
LOOK debris on lower left
RUMMAGE debris - still warm
LOOK torch
LOOK sign
LOOK ceramic pot (broken)
LOOK Daley - competent and fair
TALK Daley
	1 'look inside':  only those with proper credentials. Officials and club members
	2 'fire brigade':  fire brigade lit the torch...while looking for gas leaks??!!
	3 'Lestrade': only club members get in
	3 'Holmes is most concerned': Strangers' room completely shambles...with no gas on
	2 'peek inside':  one geezer carried off, another in hospital
	3 'begging':  only members

St. Bart's Hospital
LOOK Morgue sign
LOOK Matron
LOOK sign on front of desk - this is where Watson met Holmes
TALK Matron 1 'recent arrivals': procedures
TALK Matron 1 'worked here': 
TALK Matron 1 'Army Medical': 
TALK Matron 2: 'Mycroft Holmes': 
TALK Matron 2 'entreat you': 
LOOK Patient On Gurney - unattended for some time
TALK Patient
	1 'how long': 
	2 'new patient ward':  Special and terminal cases there. Morgue is close by it.
TALK Matron 2 'Dr. McCabe':  OK, but just the morgue
Enter Morgue passageway

Morgue
LOOK Medical Examiner - McCabe is professional and competent
LOOK corpse - gash over eye, McCabe checking lungs
Talk Dr. McCabe
	1 'Greetings' - this body from Diogenes Club. Sir Hubert Fortescue
	1 'lapel pin': 
	2 'examination': only at inquest
	2 'cause of death': Can't say, but you may view his clothes. 
LOOK cabinet - armoire
OPEN cabinet - garments
LOOK clothes - charred border-tweed suit
TALK McCabe 3 (circuitous passage): go left to.....

New Patient Ward
Mycroft Holmes is here
TALK sister 1 'so extensive': Holmes at bed 3 (left side of screen)
	1 'said or done': being given morphine
LOOK at medical chart 
READ medical chart - brain bruise that causes severe brain disturbances
LOOK Mycroft  seems delirious, wearing his ring
TALK Mycroft - 1 'Hello': 
	2 'Sherlock in funk':   rambles, sister interrupts, Watson requests privacy
EXAMINE nightable - water and ampules of morphine
LOOK ring on Mycroft's hand - signet ring
EXAMINE Ring - symbol of Diogenes Club
REMOVE ring  - sister admonishes you not to touch patients
TALK sister 1 'fetch water':  she leaves
REMOVE ring - you get signet ring

Diogenes Club
SHOW signet ring to Police Constable Daley - you get inside club

Club Bar Room  (room  scrolls to right)
LOOK at portraits - one is Mycroft's
LOOK at small box on floor by bar banister
EXAMINE small box - snuff box
Go thru arch to 

Club Lounge (room scrolls to right) 
LOOK at grandfather clock lying on ground
EXAMINE clock - find small, round face from another clock
LOOK at clock face crescent 'below' grandfather - encrusted with sandy substance
PICK UP clock face crescent
You get kicked out by Forbes, the club gendarme
TALK Daley - 'return with Mr Sherlock': - 


221B Baker St.
OPEN door and go inside

221B Inside (scrolls to right)
ANALYSE clock face on Lab Table
	Warm sample in Sulfite bath'
	put distilled water in Empty beaker on tripod
	use Sodium Sulphate (far left bottle on top shelf) on beaker on tripod
	use Scraper (next to scissors) with clock face ( white disk to left of tripod)
	use matches (box behind gas line) with Bunsen burner (under tripod) - BOOM!
	Explosion from fulminated mercury, an explosive

Now you play Holmes, not Watson.
TALK to Watson
	1 'Scotland Yard': 
	2 'productive leads': 
	3 'assisted your own inquiries': bulls-eye (lantern)
	3 'other evidence': too dark and Forbes about. Yes, he'll complicate things
	2 'Lestrade': his title might help
LOOK desk next to outside door - London Directory here
OPEN desk - hair trigger (gun), billy stick, and bulls-eye lantern
PICK UP bulls-eye lantern
OPEN door to exit

Scotland Yard 
TALK to Augie
1 'Hello': 2 'Diogenes Club': we'll play card game for info Click on the hand on the right - Augie cheats!
	'Two Irish lads in city, who know how to make bomb. Looking for Boyd, or some such'
TALK constable
	1 'quiet watch':   Can't let you in
	1 'Augie schooling you': Yes
	2 'secret of Augie's success': You can enter if you tell me

Yard Station House
LOOK Lestrade
LOOK young woman
LOOK desk sergeant - Duncan, likes gossip
LOOK library on wall - Encyclopedia Britannic
LOOK inmate - appears to be lunatic. Complexion changes when he pauses for breath
TALK Duncan
	1 'Lestrade': He's not free, you'll have to wait.
	1 'When': brother wrongfully detained. Gregson watching him
	2 'man being held': Nutty, but woman claims he's not - just sick
LOOK Inspector Gregson - a career man, always watching Lestrade
TALK Watson 2 'maladies':  man is epileptic
TALK Duncan 3 'prisoner is ill': nuts, he is. Need more than your word on it.
TALK Duncan 2 'Encyclopedia':  - man freed and Lestrade free

LOOK Lestrade
TALK Lestrade
	1 'ready'
	1 'assist me': you get note, with Lestrade's permission to investigate (LOOK at it)

Diogenes Club
Commissionaire Forbes blocks the door
RUMMAGE in debris on left - flash explosion causes such damage
LOOK Forbes - stickler for regulations
TALK Forbes
	1 'go inside': Club is closed. Only constabulary get in.
	2 'injured?': 
	2 'after explosion': No one on street except yourself
SHOW permission to Commissionaire Forbes - you are allowed inside, followed by Forbes
TALK Forbes
	1 'lurking about': 
	2 'We'll go in now': 

Club Bar Room  (room  scrolls to right)
TALK Forbes
	1 'working on gas lines?': checked last week
	1 'idd about the entry': 
EXAMINE small box on ground - snuff
SMELL box - Mycroft's snuff box
PICK UP snuff box
TALK Watson
	1 'find Mycroft, exactly?':  Here, beneath portrait
	2 'travel': Must have fallen out when he was struck

Club Lounge  (room scrolls to right) 
TALK Forbes - 1 'mourning' 
TALK Watson 1 'feline orbs': 
LOOK grandfather clock
EXAMINE grandfather clock  - brass handle looks out of place
TOUCH clock - Forbes warns you to touch nothing
TALK Watson - 2 'clock face'  Yes, it was near the grandfather clock 2 'significance': 
TALK Forbes  1 'guarding perimeter': 
LOOK at Leather Chair - Sir Hubert Fortescue's chair
LOOK Lounge (right side)
LOOK chain
FREE chain  - Forbes stops you
TALK Forbes
	2 'fire brigade': 
	2 'bulls-eye': 
	3 'Sir Hubert':  He was murdered, not an accident
	4 'people been notified':  No family
	4 'own possessions': 
LOOK Handle at bottom of grandfather clock face - 
PICK UP Handle
Walk past chain to ....

Stranger's Room (room scrolls to right)
LOOK Wreckage  - illumination is needed
SIFT Wreckage - Forbes warns you off
LOOK Beam - support beam holds up wreckage
SHIFT Beam - could, but would be crushed if I did
TALK Watson - 2 :'bulls-eye':  Light would be useful
TALK Forbes  2 'a man entered':  average young man, flat eyes, only came in a minute

Club Lounge  (room scrolls to right) 
OPEN Dutch doors
TALK Forbes 
	1 'who relieves you':  Goes off for tea
	1 'strangers': a few guests
TALK Watson 
	1 'impressions': uneven nature of damage. 
	2 'to eager': 
	3 'will you distract him': I'll start jabbering

Stranger's Room (room scrolls to right)
TALK Watson 
	2 'intractable dunce': 
	5 'enshrouded': 
	3 'let's carry on':  you must say this to get the next dialog line
	5 'have a word':   dislodge beam, Forbes must be distracted
	4 'embalmed armadillo': Forbes leaves

FREE chain
DISLODGE beam with chain (over to the right)
ILLUMINATE wreckage with Bull's Eye (lantern) - tiny sparkle glitters in wreckage
SIFT wreckage - you get small spring
PICK UP Bull's eye lantern
LOOK at spring - chemical residue on spring of small alarm clock

Go to left and TALK Watson 3 'exhausted the possibilities' 

This location is done

ST. Bart's Hospital
TALK Matron 1 'brother':  no official standing, so move on
SHOW permission to Matron - nope
TALK Matron  2 'only relation': Watson, it's war!
TALK Watson  2 'throttle' How did you bypass her, Watson?
TALK Matron
	1 'prejudice' You must ask this first, for next line to show up
	2 'coroner':No, that trick won't work again
LOOK patient on gurney
LOOK patient up on balcony, coughing
TALK Watson  2 'influenza': You must ask this to get next option
EXAMINE patient on gurney
TALK patient 
	1 'ailment'
	2 'how long'
TALK Matron 2 'languish'
TALK Watson 2 'disposing of the brute?':  a diversion
TALK patient  1 'pushed your gurney': 
MOVE gurney - Matron goes running after

Morgue
LOOK Medical Examiner 
TALK McCabe 1 'moment of your time': need authorization
SHOW permission to McCabe 
TALK McCabe - 1 'cadavers': 
LOOK corpse You must do this to ask next question
TALK McCabe 
	1 'Sir Hubert': brain trauma. Laceration on head before death
	1 'examine the body?'
LOOK body
TURN body - blisters on neck and shoulder
EXAMINE body - laceration over left eye
SMELL body - explosion smell
TALK McCabe - 'clothes'  Help yourself
OPEN cabinet
LOOK clothes - jacket scorched, but Mycroft's shredded
TALK McCabe  1 'burns on back': first degree. Flash fire burns
TALK Watson  2 'further along': 

New Patient Ward
LOOK medical chart by bed
READ medical chart - receipt is exposed
LOOK receipt - keys
TAKE receipt
LOOK Mycroft. -devoted to word games since childhood
TALK Mycroft  1 'Hullo, brother.'
TALK sister   1 'repeat': 
TALK Watson  1 'made anything': He can talk in riddles, symbols and anagrams
TALK Mycroft
	2 'Clifford, Ashley...(i.e CABAL)   He understands ok
	1 'What is it?': water....light 'who died but was never born
TALK Watson
	1 'at his digs': gets you map location of Mycroft's apartment
	2 'armed to do battle': we'll get Mycroft's effects

St. Bart's Hospital
GIVE receipt to Matron 
TALK Matron  2 'receipt is in order': you get key ring to Mycroft's apartment 
	Dorcester Arms (Mycroft's Flat)
LOOK at driver standing by cab - familiar, possibly law officer
TALK driver and he walks off
LOOK plant in urn   tropical flower from South Africa
EXAMINE plant - well tended....by guard?
LOOK man at door - 
TALK man
	1 'your name' - Bob Colleran
	1 'brother summoned me': ID might get you an explanation
SHOW keys to man
SHOW card to man
TALK Watson  2 'that driver': Watson goes to check him out...
TOUCH cab - wheels are cold
LOOK cab - 
TALK to Colleran and Watson comes back
TALK Watson  2 'learned anything': ex-Lestrade lackey, named Tallboy
TALK Bob
	5 'returned from South Africa': 
	4 'government official' 
	3 'go in now?'
	2 'Diogenes explosion': Still not certain who you are! Tallboy, the driver,  comes back
TALK driver  1 'Constable Tallboy': 
TALK Colleran  3 'we are not disturbed'
OPEN door

Mycroft's Digs
LOOK at books in case
LOOK at bible

Mycroft's Bedroom
LOOK desk
SEARCH desk - 
LOOK candlestick on desk - 
MOVE candlestick - was under foolscap paper
LOOK foolscap - white wax on it
EXAMINE foolscap BOOMZ, HIJKLMNO, BTU
PICK UP foolscap
THUMB dictionary
LOOK pen - fountain pen
TEST pen - no ink shows when used, but paper is damp
TASTE pen -  starchy. Sympathetic (invisible) ink. Rice water
TALK Watson  3 'precautions': 

221B Inside 
SOLVE foolscap BOOMZ off by 1 letter i.e APPLY
HIJKLMNO  H to O  or H2O  i.e water
BTU  British Thermal Units i.e heat
ANALYSE foolscap  on Lab Table
        Use beaker of distilled water on lab tray to fill it
        Put blank foolscap (on left) into lab tray
        Use matches on Bunsen burner
        Use wet foolscap on burner
EXIT  - 'See books in Greek'
TALK Watson  2 'more than prudence': must return to source of Mystery i.e Mycroft's

Mycroft's Digs
PERUSE BEG. of bible
PICK UP parchment in bible - no writing visible
TALK Watson   3 'We have what we need

This location is done!

221B Inside 
ANALYSE parchment on Lab Table
        'rice water? The proper vapor should prove it'
        Use distilled water with empty beaker
        Use iodine with beaker
        Use matches with Bunsen burner
        Use parchment with beaker and lines will appear
EXIT  
	1.  Formula missing, then turned up again
	2.  Committee inexplicably tried to squash investigation
	3.  Committee members:
        	Lord Lawton
        	Sir Avery Fanshawe
        	Mr Horace Silverbridge
        	Mr Phillip Bledsoe
	4. Possible other suspects:
		Minstry clerk Thomas Pratt
		Ministry clerk Eldrige Whitney
		Charwoman Mrs. Agnes Ratchett
        5 Dewar is hidden away           
TALK Watson
	3  'know any of them?'  - 
	4  'lazy'  Dewer is chemist. Involved in making of formula. We'll need to check on him
	3 'Kelly's might locate':   
PERUSE directory on rolltop desk - get new map icons for Lawton, Silverbridge, and Pratt

Lord Lawton Antechamber
Jenkins the butler is here
LOOK Jenkins - powder on trousers and blue stains on thumb and forefinger.
TALK Jenkins - 2 'I am Sherlock Holmes':  I'll see if he's at home
He leaves
HIT settee - very dusty
LOOK album on table - brass clasp.
BROWSE album - locked. Scratches around lock
LOOK piano  - regular use. Red box 
LOOK red box on end of piano - empty. Used by jewelers
LOOK music stand 
LOOK music on stand - 
LOOK carpet under piano stool - old and dirty
LISTEN at door - billiards being played
TALK Watson
	2 'gone to seed': decline quite quick
	3 'Jenkins devoted to billiards':  use his devotion to the game
	1 'infuriating and idiotic': 
Try to exit and Jenkins will return
He tells you Lawton is not at home.
GIVE card to Jenkins
TALK Jenkins 1 'good run at the table': 'if I knew the diamond system'
Jenkins goes off again
Try to exit again and Jenkins comes out and announces you

Lawton's Billiard Room
LOOK Lawton - series of  financial problems. A lady's man
TALK Lawton
	1 'brother's request': 
	1 'Mycroft has been injured': 
	1 'purposely offensive'
LOOK portrait over fireplace
LOOK bookcase
TOUCH bookcase - fake books. Originals sold?
TALK Watson  2 'Lawton doesn't want to talk': 
Exit

Lord Lawton Antechamber
TALK Jenkins  3 'allowed to deteriorate':  Present Lord has impoverished us

Thomas Pratt Loft
LOOK Mrs Mason - widow
TALK Mason -
	1 'Mr Pratt available?': out too often
	1 'recent callers':  No. He's very moody
	1 'recent word': abusing body and mind
LOOK canvas to right of Holmes
LOOK easel 
LOOK wardrobe to left of easel
LOOK deal table - no momentos. A long straight pin is here
LOOK hat pin on table - blackened tip has been sharpened and put over a flame
LOOK grey dustbin by table
TALK Watson 1 'immediate attention':  'protecting her rights as a landlady'. She's vain
LOOK archway You must do this before next dialog line shows up
TALK Mason
	1 'May we examine the premises?': Mr Pratt being evicted
	2 'decor is rather eccentric': Civil servant, born in India

ST. Bart's Hospital
TALK Matron  2 'as a courtesy': 

New Patient Ward
TALK Mycroft - 'what about professor Dewar':  
TALK Watson - 'I know where Dewar is': shows new map location for Dewar 


Dewar's Lab
LOOK Stove
TOUCH Stove - cold
OPEN stove - folded sheet of paper inside. Mycroft put it there
PERUSE paper - a copy of the formula
CLOSE stove
LOOK chemicals
LOOK Dewar - first class brain. 
TALK Dewar
	1 'Mycroft is my brother': 
	3  'Is that a copy': 
	2 'Mycroft has been injured': 
	3 'Can the cause of an explosion': should be timing or other evidence at the site
	1 'unwanted visitors?'
	2 'Professor Able?' 
	4 'Could you analyze this spring': He'll send note when he has results
	1 'subject of formula': new explosive
	2 'replicate formula?': 

Silverbridge Residence
Hepplethwaite the butler is here
LOOK butler 
TALK butler  1 'a word with'  - butler leaves
LOOK at portrait
LOOK at blankie  and  hoop and train 
TALK butler (when he returns)  1 'What is the problem': 
TALK Watson
	1 'woman in the painting': 
	2 'a child' : 
	3 'active lad': 
TALK butler 
	2 'read the newspapers': 
	3  'where is the child':  Master Virgil is of no concern to you
TALK Watson  3 'Talk of the boy': more than just duty in his eyes

221B Inside 
Knock at door - telegram from Lestrade asking for help with civil servant's body pulled from Thames, at 
	Cleopatra's Needle You now have new map icon for Needle
TALK Watson
	5  'That a corpse': 
	5 'intuition tell you':  we should investigate the corpse

Scotland Yard 
TALK to Augie
	1 'anything that might interest me':
	2 'corpse pulled from the Thames': Yard thinks it's a wallet gone wrong. Inquest 
TALK constable  1 'Which is more bother': 

Yard Station House
TALK Lestrade
	1  'I need details of the corpse': middle-aged. Shot in head. No witness, but body pulled
		out by riverman.
	1 'Where can I find this worthy?': Body's at Bart's.Face is gone.
		Riverman is Needham.
		Constable at scene has the particulars

Morgue
TALK McCabe - 1 'stop meeting'   Lestrade asked for help with Thames body
LOOK body on vertical slab (rightmost) - face is missing. Legs covered by blanket. Very thin male. 
TALK Watson 
	1 'anything of significance?'
	2 'Observations?' white, 30-40 no recent history of manual labor. Oil painter, 
		smoked but no nicotine. Pipe?
SHOW Telegram to McCabe
TALK McCabe
	1 'victim's cause of death':point-blank shot in face. 
	3: 'one bullet': 
	1 'examine the body'
EXAMINE body - rose tattoo on butt
EXAMINE body - face gone
SMELL body - just water and cordite
TALK McCabe 
	4 'tattoo': Tudor rose, emblem of England.
	1 victim's effects':  no shoes and empty pockets
OPEN cabinet
PICK UP hat on bottom 
LOOK at hat in inventory - made in South Africa
TALK Watson
	2  'two bullets': killer wished to punish as he killed.
	3  'hat':  hat belongs to the murderer
	2  'unique design'

Cleopatra's Needle
Constable Roach is here
LOOK Roach - dimwit
TALK Roach  1 'survey the scene'
SHOW telegram to Roach
TALK Roach  2 'I will examine'
LOOK stairs
EXAMINE stairs:  spattering on stairs and wall
LOOK stain - blood
LOOK gaff hook
TALK Roach 
	1 'Lestrade would be stupefied': better light would be better. Roach goes on tea break soon
	1 'the crime':  wherryman fished it out
	1 'the wherryman?':  Jesse Needhem You get new map icon
TALK Watson   5 'Goethe' more light!
LIGHT stairs with bulls-eyes - later, when Roach is gone

Needham's Abode
LOOK Needham - eyes stop near bed
LOOK shoes on floor in front of fireplace - black leather, out of place here
TALK Needham
	1 'the corpse': face down in water, after hearing shots
	2 'took the corpse's shoes':   what else did you take, I wonder
	1 'army service': 
	2 'you witnessed a crime': 
	2 'no personal effects':  Go ahead and search
OPEN Sea Chest
RUMMAGE sea chest - find wet blue cravat  (tie)
EXAMINE tie - Cambridge University, Maudlin College crest
TALK Needham
	2 'tie belongs to the victim': 
	2 'lose your family': 
TALK Watson 2 'hidey hole': he wouldn't leave anything here
TALK Needham  2 'You are a thief': He puts a watch on the mantle
LOOK watch and chain - a watch fob is missing at end of chain
GIVE watch to Needham
TALK Needham  2 'return with us to the Embankment': 
 
Cleopatra's Needle
Constable Roach is now gone
TALK Needham
	1 witnessed a murder': flashback of murder, killer named Vincent German kicks gun into water. 
	1 'argument': 
	1 'about the men': third man had big hat and cape, yellow beard. mark on face
	1 'find the object': 
	1 'be specific': 
USE gaff hook - Holmes puts object on stairs
LOOK pistol
POCKET pistol - you get pistol Needham is dismissed
LIGHT bulls-eye with stairs - shiny disk and button exposed
EXAMINE shiny disk - you get watch fob with illegible writing.
EXAMINE button - get button 'might mean something to Stitch Rumsey'  You  get new map icon
PICK UP bulls-eye
TALK Watson   3 'writing on fob' 

This location is done!

221B Baker St.
TALK Rigby
	1 'early bird'
	1 'kindness to Wiggins'
Since Wiggins isn't here, OPEN door and go inside

221B Inside 
ANALYSE watch fob on Lab Table gold is old - use acid
	use Nitric acid on beaker
	use fob with beaker
	use hydrochloric acid with beaker
	use tweezers with beaker
	use magnifying glass with white dish.
	Commemorate your majority 23.6.76 
	You now have map icon for Cambridge
EXIT

221B Baker St.
TALK to Wiggins  1 'your lads available':  not now
TALK Rigby  1 'dubious goings on': this triggers man buying paper
PURCHASE paper You new icon for Daily Telegraph and name 'Freeman', ex-government

Rumsey's Haberdashery
LOOK Ethelbert Rumsey - ex-counterfeiter
TALK Stitch  1  'spare me a moment'
LOOK woman  - horrid clothes. 
LOOK counter
LOOK needle - sharp, but broken awl
TALK Watson
	1 'racket': 
	2 'I'll grow grey'
TALK woman 1 'brief word'
TALK Watson  2 'strategy': woman with immense sense of propriety
TALK woman  2 'fabric of your frock': she leaves
TALK Rumsey
	1 'I'm sorry'
	2 'move to Jermyn'
	1 'needle'
PICK UP needle
SHOW hat to Rumsey - Big, younger man. Style and quality. Imported from Amsterdam
SHOW button to Rumsey - tortoise shell, Dutch  (so probably from killer)

(Train to) Cambridge
Fleming - porter at Maudlin, likes to drink
LOOK photographs (any of them)
LOOK cabinet
INSPECT cabinet
LOOK cricket equipment
LOOK book under Fleming - Britannica
LOOK Fleming 
ROUSE Fleming 
LOOK cup
SMELL cup - ale
LOOK books in case
EXAMINE books - portraits of Maudlin's classes
TALK Watson  1 'hair from the dog' - Watson goes after ale. Step by cup and he should return
ROUSE Fleming - he wakens
TALK Fleming
	2  'oblige us': 
	1 'my recollection': 
	2  'excavate'   tattoo is badge of Tudor Rose, a drinking club
	3  'drew its membership':  recognize most of Maudlin men
	4  'my corpse was a Maudlin man':   if after 1860, might be in album
		combined with date on fob, Fleming mentions Lawton and Pratt
TALK Watson  2 'Our corpse is ex-Thomas Pratt':   Cambridge can reveal no more. On to Pratt's

This location is done!

Thomas Pratt Loft
TALK Mrs Mason
	3  'Mr Pratt has been murdered'
	1  'look at Mr. Pratt's effects':   No
	2  'Mr Pratt's haunts':   just painting
	2  'weekly ablutions':   Neville's        You new map icon
	3  'Cambridge' 
	3  'special friends' - Mr SpaceMaker, pretty as any girl
	3  'likeness'
	2  'identify Pratt'
TALK Watson
	3  'Material methods:   no personal items here. More possibly in bedroom
	5  'Neville's Bath.  Mrs Mason is a prig
TALK Watson  5  ' occupy' - Appeals to vanity may work
TALK Mason
	2  'lose your husband': 
	2  'he though highly of you': 
	3  'like to freshen up' Mrs Mason rushes off
SEARCH dustpin by table - paint stuff
SMELL hat pin - opium residue
TAKE hat pin
ENTER archway

Pratt's Bedroom
SIFT Fireplace - red cloth exposed
PICK UP red cloth
TOUCH fireplace - last fire was exclusively paper
EXAMINE bookcase  - erotica
OPEN Coal box between books and fireplace - many small boxes here
EXAMINE small boxes - matchboxes
PICK UP small box from The Weary Punt     You-- new map icon
LOOK photograph on desk  - '-ove Studios'
PICK UP photograph
EXAMINE papers on left side of desk - bills, including Nevilles. And a note from A. Ratchett (char lady)
PICK UP papers - you won't but  Holmes points out the Neville's bill and Ratchet letter are relevant
RUMMAGE in wicker basket by doorway - wrapping paper and crimson sealing wax.
PICK UP sealing wax
SMELL reddish hookah by statues - opium - tube recently reamed
CLEAN hookah with hat pin
TALK Watson
	2  'know this odor': Opium 
	2 'remnant of red cloth':  Government ribbon that goes on official documents. Pratt had formula
	2 'Wax sealed Dewar's document': Where's other half of seal?
	3  'suggestive':  Want to know why stolen, and who killed Pratt
	2  'photo of': In German, Spassmacher means The Joker

This location is done!

Neville's Bath
LOOK counter 
SMELL counter - mildew. Authorities would see it as less than hygienic
LOOK Hookah
SMELL Hookah - cheap tobacco
MOVE pillow on right - muck
TALK Watson
	1  'habitu's': young clerks from WhiteHall
	2 'wasting away': 
LOOK attendant - he protects the clientele
TALK attendant
	1 'Thomas Pratt': attendant is Adrian Russell
	2 'amenities': 
	2 'become members' can inspect, but don't annoy guests
TALK Watson   4  'visit the baths':  hygiene is the key
EXAMINE right radiator  - mold
TALK Russell   4  'now ready to inspect the baths': 

Baths
LOOK boiler
LOOK valve on railing in front of boiler -adjusts temperature
TALK Russell 1 'know nothing of Pratt': Eldridge Whitney use the premises?
MOVE towel - Mr Whitney
LOOK Whitney - fattish young man, sweating
TALK Whitney
	1 'meeting'
	1 ' formula missing': 
	1 'gather information'
EMPLOY squeegee at bottom of sweat box to lock Whitney in
TALK Whitney   2  'share your observations'
TURN valve
TALK Whitney
	2  'not trifle with me': No part in initial disappearance
	    Question char, Mrs Ratchett - she's an internationalist
	1  Where might I find Mrs Ratchett - in East End. Ask Sir Avery. Reads all the time
	1  'last see Thomas Pratt':  usually only at Neville's
	1  'found dead':  indulged in drugs. 
	1  'connection': 
	2 'difficult nor painful': 
	3  'Lied to'
TURN valve

Lord Lawton Antechamber
TALK Jenkins
	1  'I need to speak'
	2  ' tragic news'  - Jenkins knew Pratt. Often at Lawton's in the old days
Try to exit to Jenkins to come back

Lawton's Billiard Room
TALK Lawton
	2 'Sorry to inform
	2 'Sir Avery Fanshawe?'  You---new map icon
	   Bledsoe at Grey's In
	   Whitney visits bath, which we already knew
	3 'connection'
	3 'terminated' GO to Ministry yourself You-----new map icon
	   Silverbridge initiated call for termination

Lord Lawton Antechamber
TALK to Jenkins
	2 'let me look about' Lord out with Lady Cordelia later.
	   But you must win at billiards mentions 'academy'
	3 'music aficionado' 
TALK Watson  2 'stand in my place' Jock Mahoney at St Bernards's Billiards You- new map icon 

St Bernard's Billiard Academy
LOOK dartboard
LOOK barman
LOOK at drunk by Holmes    bartender won't answer questions if you don't
TALK barman
	1 'Attractive redecoration'
	2 'Large brandy' bartender won't answer questions if you don't

LOOK Jock - wedding ring missing
TALK Jock
	1  'hello'
	1 'marital affairs'
TALK Jock 
	1 'cock of the walk'
	1  'prefer billiards or '
TALK barman
	3 'foul mood' I only deal in drinks and darts
	4 'Metropolitan police' - wife left him to go to America
	4 'Need Mahoney's help':  only likes competition
	4 'have darts' you get darts placed on end of counter
TALK Jock 
	1 'I'm sorry'
	1 'stout'
	1 'game of darts' This will trigger an arcade sequence when you talk to Jock again
	The longer you play, the poorer Jock plays
TALK Jock
	1  'Care for another match'
	2  'Alfred Jenkins'  - you learn Diamond System
	2 'special tips': Alfie will talk for anyone teaching him this system

This location is done!

Lord Lawton Antechamber
TALK Jenkins  1 'ready for our chat'

Lawton's Billiard Room
TALK Jenkins
	1 'house furnishings': present Lord has impoverished us 
	4 'personal touch': Lawton has sold off most of the family heirlooms
	2 'Lawton's grandfather': 
	2 'get started'
	3 'possess something you want' You teach him the Diamond System

Lord Lawton Antechamber
TALK Jenkins
	4 'false or evasive': trying to avoid bankruptcy, he's engaged to bluenose prig
	3 'key to album'
UNLOCK album with needle
BROWSE album - photo on last page has been removed. Many photos of young women w/Lawton
TALK Jenkins
	3  'photos'
	3  'inside the back cover'  handsome female. Seen her somewhere before.. newspaper?
STUDY music  - Pagannini Etude
PLAY piano - out of tune
TALK Jenkins
	3 'piano last tuned' - i.e. the 'tuner' stole the picture..and the ring?
	4  'accompanies Lord Lawton':  Lady Cordelia Lockridge      
	3  'what is Lady Lockridge': His fiancee new map icon
	3 'Pagannini is formidable' 

Lady Lockridge's Townhouse (scrolls to right)
if you walk to the right, far enough, she stops
LOOK violin
LOOK Lady - highborn snob
TALK Lady
	1 'practice' 
	2 'decorator'
	1 'Felicitations': 
	1 'superb instrument'   - she considers herself a Master of music
LOOK music - annotated Etude
LOOK piano - has pictures on it    You you must do this to get sheet music later
LOOK photographs - one is with Lord Lawton
LOOK engagement photo - looking past each other and Lawton smirking
EXAMINE photo - frame obscures photographer's name
TALK Lady
	1 'rare' - having trouble with Etude
	1 'photograph' You saw it in Lawton's music room (!?!)
ACCOMPANY Lady on piano
TALK Lady 1 'My hat!'
PICK UP sheet music

221B Baker St.
TALK Wiggins
	2 'up to?'
	3 'mission'  Wiggens goes off 
OPEN door and go inside

221B Inside (scrolls to right)
walk over to far right, so door is visible

Holmes' Bedroom
LOOK wax cylinder #3 by gramophone - Pagannini's Etude
PLAY cylinder #3
CRANK gramophone
PRACTICE violin on bed - Holmes will look at Cordelia's score and realize problem
Lady Lockridge's Townhouse
TALK Lady 1 'Pagannini went wrong'
PLAY violin
TALK Lady
	1  'Lawton has been reluctant': Lady keeps him on short leash
	1 'Jenkins'
EXAMINE engagement photo - Hargrove Studios      You--- new map icon

This location is done!

Daily Telegraph
STUDY small posters to left of window
LOOK small posters   or won't get 'character portraits' question
EXAMINE portrait gallery on right of window
LOOK portrait gallery       or won't get 'character portraits' question
LOOK Freeman
TALK Freeman
	1 'Hello, Charles'
	2 'identify a man'
	2 'associates you trust'   - when you discover identity, I'll introduce you
	3 'terrorists'
	3 'thoughts' - mug shot
	1 'character portraits'    
	1 'small portrait' - done by Nigel Hemmings
	1 'posters' - can draw faces from descriptions
	1 'young Hemmings address'  You- new map icon

Hemming's Digs
LOOK Nigel
TALK Nigel  1 'make mug shot' - need witness, not description, to make picture

Needham's Abode
TALK Needham  2 'need your help'    He goes to Hemming's with you

Hemming's Digs
TALK Hemming  1 'Mr Needham'
TALK Needham   2  'please describe'
	In about 20 seconds, Hemming will show you a sketch
TALK Hemming
	2 'powers of observation' you get mug shot
	1 'rare talent'
LOOK celluloid on left
LOOK sink
SMELL sink
TASTE sink - sodium sulphate
TALK Hemming  2 'mix own chemicals'
LOOK pictures over bed  - Hemming shaking hands with Prince Albert
TALK Hemming
	2 'explain photo'
	1 'composite photographs' 
TALK Needham 2 'quite well' 

This location is done!

Daily Telegraph
TALK Freedman  2 'Your advice'
SHOW mugshot to Freedman - Colonel Erick Moellendorf, Prussian spy
Fairfax Carter, Home Office attache comes in
TALK Carter
	1 'heard your name'
	1 'Colonel Moellendorf'  working for Bismark, not the Kaiser
	1 'motives' enhancing Bismark's career
	1 'gain access to Kaiser'   will arrange interview, since Kaiser is in London
	2 'kind of man' 

This location is done!

221B Baker St.
TALK Wiggins
	3 'seen the man'
	4 'could this be the man'

Ministry of Defense
LOOK windows
OPEN windows 
LOOK shelves
EXAMINE shelves
CLIMB shelves  - no entryway here
TALK clerk 1 'Mr Whitney' - probably still in bath

Sir Avery Fanshawe's
LOOK Lady Fanshawe
TALK Lady 
	1 'Sir Avery' He's around, with Hodgkins
	1 'painted statuary' 
TALK Watson 
	1 'Serrated Scalpel' 
	2 'Pettigrew'
TALK Lady 2 'Pettigrew' 
TALK Watson 3  'sense' Her flightiness suggests a means of attack
TALK Lady 2 'delivery arrangements'
LOOK Pettigrew 
TALK Pettigrew
	1 'remember' 
	2 'away from Ministry' - Sir Avery at St. James Park You-- new map icon
	3 'out alone' Hodgkins body servant, Crimean soldier. Still wears
	   campaign badges and hat - thinks a lot of them
OPEN door

This location is done!

St James Park
LOOK Wilbur Heywood (aka Birdy) - sells birdseed and plays organ
LOOK Fred - macaque monkey, very sticky-fingered
TALK Birdy
	1  'hello'
	2 'Sir Avery'  You now have access to Park Lake, on right side of screen
	    his birdseed mixture is too rich to attract birds
BUY birdseed on table

Park Lake
LOOK Hodgkins
TALK Hodgkins
	1 'word with Sir Avery'
	1 'dedication'
TALK Watson 2 'As advertised'  capture Sir Avery's attention another way
FEED bird seed to birds - all Sir Avery's birds come over. He gets mad
TALK Watson 2  'wherewithal'   assistance from more nimble fingers

St James Park
TALK Birdy  2 'take instruction' - Fred instructed to take Hodgkin's Crimean campaign hat

Park Lake
TALK Avery 1 'my name is Holmes'  What are you feeding those birds?
GIVE bird seed to Sir Avery
TALK Avery
	2 'termination' 
	2 'initiated the demand'  Silverbridge.or Lawton
	1 'Mycroft was injured'
	2 'Thomas Pratt'
	2 'Mrs Ratchett'  Use my name You---new map icon
TALK Watson 1 'don't believe Fanshawe is involved'

Although St. James Park still must be returned to, Park Lake is now done!

221B
TALK Wiggins 4 'our friend'  I know someone who knows more about him

Silverbridge Residence
TALK Butler  3  'immediately'

Silverbridge Study
LOOK Silverbridge 
TALK butler -1 'very ill'
TALK Silverbridge  1 'look well'  When asked for assistance, he says no and faints
TALK Watson 1 'diagnosis'
LOOK white jar - ammonia
OPEN white jar - smelling salts
USE jar on Silverbridge to rouse him
TALK Silverbridge
	1 'know Pratt'
	1 'move to terminate' - you were coerced, were you not?
TALK butler  2  'child'
LOOK portrait of boy and photographs on mantle
TALK Silverbridge  1 'your son'   He's now at school, in Windsor
	Silverbridge faints when Holmes says he'll meet son
TALK butler 1 Virgil Silverbridge' brought home pink letter. 
LOOK table  figures scratched on them
EXAMINE inscription on table - a rubbing might help
EXAMINE pencil on white paper by drum
PICK UP pencil (and paper)
RUB pencil on inscription - pencil inventory item changed to chess move
LOOK chessboard on end of desk
USE chess move on chessboard  - a secret panel unlocks below chessboard 
OPEN panel 
READ letter - kidnapping. From Windsor. From woman. 
USE jar to rouse Silverbridge
TALK Silverbridge
	2 'note is genuine'
	2 'spare a picture'  Take one, and something uniquely his
TAKE photograph on mantle
OPEN door - we should get acquainted with a hound You new map icon for Animal Emporium

Silverbridge Residence
TALK butler 2 'careless' fond of peppermint
LOOK white bowl on table 
TASTE bowl - peppermint
PICK UP bowl  - get peppermints
PICK UP blankie by couch

This location is done!

Old Sherman's Animal Emporium
LOOK Sherman or you can't ask the second question
TALK Sherman 
	1  'find you well'
	1 'must we guess'  Toby isn't here
	1 'cuppa'
	1 'We have need' He's in St James Park

St James Park
Toby is here, with a child
LOOK Toby
LOOK child
TALK child 1 'pet'
PET Toby 1 'His name is Toby' Child has adopted Toby, altho relatives don't want it
TALK Birdy  2 'little fellow'  Father in India. He's lonely
TALK Watson  2 'taken with Toby'  lonesome

Old Sherman's Animal Emporium
TALK Sherman  1  'caring for Toby'  Would give you mongoose, but can't find it
TAKE biscuit on white sheet on table
LOOK birdhouse/clock
EXAMINE birdhouse  - the mongoose is inside
USE biscuit with birdhouse  - get mongoose 
TALK Sherman  1 'The lost have been found' - OK, you can use him

This location is done!

St James Park
TALK boy
	2 'Listen lad'
	3 'new companion'  boy gets mongoose
SHOW blankie to Toby

This location is done!

Castle Street  (screen scrolls to right)
SHOW blankie to Toby - he goes to sweets shop
TALK washer
	1  'Marrowbone' 
	2  'peppermints'  lady bought 2 pounds, lives to right
LOOK at Castle Stationary - papermark was from this shop
QUERY AT (door of) Stationary - woman comes to door 
LOOK stationer
TALK stationer 1 'apologize'
SHOW ransom note to stationer - very popular type
TALK stationer 2  'smell the letter'  paper's scent overwhelmed by common perfume
USE ransom note with Toby - he goes to ...

66 Deveraux Place Ext
PEER in window - can see boy
LOOK door lock - Yale
EXAMINE mail slot just above right handrail
USE hatpin with key in mailslot - you get key 
USE key on door lock

66 Inside
Red Millie races out, but killed by lorry. Watson takes Virgil to Jonas

66 Deveraux Place Ext
LOOK dead woman - 
EXAMINE dead woman - one finger indicates sticky black residue
EXAMINE glittering gold ring at center bottom of screen  - diamond ring w/ black adhesive
PICK UP ring - this ties her to Lawton ring robbery ????
OPEN door

66 Inside
OPEN Reticule by door
PICKUP envelope that falls out of purse  
LOOK envelope - kill boy and bring ring, but don't wear it.
LOOK ring - diamond
SMELL handkerchief on table - ether

This location is done!

221 B
TALK Wiggins 2 'are you free'

221B Inside 
Now that Wiggins and Virgil are together, there's a knock at the door
Kaiser invitation -  Younew map icon 
TALK Watson 5  'Farthington knows..Bledsoe'    You- new map icon for Farthington
ANALYZE ring at lab table
	Make jewelers rouge - in this case, royal water
	Use hydrochloric acid 
	Use ring
	Use tweezers
	Use magnifying glass - Burlington Jewelers   You new map icon
                
Kensington Palace
LOOK photographs - a photo Holmes and Hemming have seen before
	must look at photos to get second question to Kaiser
LOOK bookcase on right edge
LOOK bust on right - Frederick the Great
TALK Watson - 1 'Old Fritz'  this triggers the Kaiser coming in
LOOK Kaiser
TALK Kaiser
	1  'thank you'
	3  'The late prince'
	1  'perceive'
	2  'mission is difficult'
SHOW mug shot to Kaiser
	Only common connection is Von Zepplin. Enormous appetite. Adores Wagner
	 2 'contrary' 
	2 'take our leave'  Extreme violent. Mention Baron Busolt-Swoboda

221B
TALK Wiggins 4 'information'

Burlington Jewelry
LOOK Ring Case
EXAMINE ring case - see duplicate of one from dead woman
LOOK register on case  - names and sales
LOOK strong room door
EXAMINE strong room door
TALK Clerk
	1 'Handsome shop'
	1 'sales records' - can't see records without bribe - Holmes won't pay
	1 'crystalline gems'
SHOW ring to clerk
COMPARE ring case You must do this to get next dialog line
TALK Clerk 2 'see more'
	clerk goes into back room - CLOSE the strong room door to lock him in
PERUSE register - ring sold to Lord Lawton 
OPEN door

This location is done!

221 B
Virgil is here without Wiggins, and crying
TALK Virgil  1 'where is Wiggins'  - He left me
GIVE lozenges (of peppermint) to Virgil
TALK Jonas  2  'heard from Wiggins' - needs inducement to talk
TALK Virgil  2  'Now, my boy'  - Wiggins left me at Victoria Station
GIVE lozenges (of peppermint) to Virgil
TALK Virgil  2 'drove a hard bargain' - went to Croydon You - new map icon to Aerodome
TALK Watson  3 'Dub me incompetent'     

Croyden Aerodrome
Colonel is here - Watson shoots him as he tries to escape
LOOK Colonel
TALK Colonel 
	1 'Thomas Pratt'
	1 'possess a copy of'
BRANDISH sword - decidedly unbalanced
BREAK DOWN sword - photocopy of formula
EXTRACT spike from ground by Holmes
TALK Colonel 1 'chancellor will be censured' - Colonel takes poison
	As he dies, smoke starts coming up from shed on right
SEARCH Colonel and balloon basket
EXAMINE shed

Shed
Wiggin's scarf on box nearby
EXAMINE lock
USE spike to open lock  and rescue Wiggins

This location is done!
                    

Kensington Palace
TALK Kaiser  2 'I bring news'

This location is done!


221B Inside
After Colonel is killed, you get a knock at the door
Dewer's sent a note - might have a name
ANALYZE formula photo at lab table
	Use scissors on photo
        Use Ammonium Hydroxide in beaker
	Use photo piece on beaker
        Use chloroform on beaker
        Use glass rod on beaker - it's a bromide fixative
EXIT
TALK Watson  6 'entwine around photography'

Dewar's Lab
TALK Dewar  2  'analysis of clock' - talk to David Lloyd-Jones   new map icon

Lloyd-Jones Bungalow
LOOK David
LOOK sister - assistant housekeeper 
LOOK books on left - engineering and political 
LOOK piano - brand new
LOOK pedals of piano
TALK sister  1 'charming'
TALK David
	1 'sorry'   - sister leaves
	3 'when did you acquire the piano' - present for sister
	3 'may I play something for you?' No!
	1 'answer questions'  - sister returns
	2 'Dewar'
TALK sister 1 'no visitors'

You need to come back later, when sister isn't there

NOTE: In fact, coming back is not relevant to finishing the game. Writing this walkthru  I was 
not able to get the sister to go to work in fact. Possibly since I came here much later in the 
walkthru run? 

In any case, I finished without the 2nd meeting. But, in case you do manage to come back and she's
gone, here's the scenario:

WAKE David
TALK
	1  'explosives'
	1  'cares for you'
	2 'monarchy'
	4 'health'
PLAY pedals of piano
OPEN player piano - cigar box and money
LOOK bank notes - 100 pounds
REMOVE cigar box
EXAMINE the cigar box on the couch - something familiar about money - counterfeit
CONFISCATE banknotes
TALK David 
	3 'money'
	3 'ruin you'
	3 'recipe for bomb'   Vincent - young, accent, sweet/sour smell, earthy
	3 'Vincent' showed me formula
	2 'bombing'
	2 'expert' 

It does fill in a few gaps that would appear later on if you can do this. And, if you come back
later, you'll find out that David has died. You can take the counterfeit money to Stitch Rumsey,
and learn a bit of history about him.

This location is done!

Spitafield's  (scrolls to right)
ENTER phrenologist's, at corner where kids are

Phrenologist's
LOOK Dr. Tottman
TALK Dr - 'Ratchett'
TALK Watson  2 'road is filled with obstacles'  a woman named Rose shows up
LOOK Rose
TALK Rose
	1 'It's Rose Hinchem'
	1 'Ratchett family' - poor don't give anything away to affluent.Try grocers
EXIT
	Go right, to GreenGrocer's (note - you won't get anywhere without going to phrenologist's first)
LOOK thug at door if you don't, you can't ask Watson to watch your back
LOOK Shelves behind grocer
LOOK shelves on left
LOOK bread in basket by right shelves
LOOK counter
LOOK copybook on counter - customer ledger
LOOK grocer
TALK grocer
	2 'Mrs Ratchett lives hereabouts' - won't get this unless gone to phrenologist's
	2 'What have the police done' - you're not one of us
OPEN copybook - grocer stops you
TALK Watson
	3 'the proprietor knows her'
	4 'occupy the proprietor's attention'  He's only interested in commercial endeavors
TALK grocer  4  'some marmalade from the top shelf'
READ copybook while grocer's back is turned -  oddly, Agnes is deeply indebted to grocer
You get a jar of marmalade - it's not useful
TALK grocer  5 'I know Mrs Ratchett'
TALK Watson  4 'resourceful chameleon'  - Wiggins is always eager for work

221B
TALK to Wiggins 3 'find a Mrs Ratchett'
	Go out and come back and Wiggins is back
TALK to Wiggins 3 'What news of Mrs. Ratchett' - she lives over grocer's shop. Be incognito

Holmes' Bedroom
OPEN Wardrobe
CHANGE laborer's costume

GreenGrocer's
TALK grocer  1  'Hello, comrade'
ENTER doorway on right

Ratchett Abode
LOOK Agnes Ratchet 
LOOK Mr Ratchett
LOOK Painting on right wall
LOOK bust - Karl Marx
LOOK pictures - two boys, one that looks like grocer
TALK Agnes 1  'My brother has been incapacitated'
SHOW snuffbox to Agnes - maybe that's proof you are who you say you are
TALK Agnes 1  'When did you last clean
REVEAL Mycroft's ring to Agnes  - OK, you are who you say you are
TALK Agnes 1 'send out Mr Ratchett'  - needs stimulant
LOOK at coffee pot
TALK Agnes  2 'coffee or strong tea'

Grocer's
TALK grocer  4 'saw some ersatz coffee'

Ratchett Abode
LOOK kindling sticking out by corner of bed
TALK Agnes  1 'In lieu of conversation'     You must do this before you can make coffee
USE kindling
FILL coffee pot with coffee
EXAMINE workbox on table 
DUMP workbox - part of a wax seal drops out
LOOK wax seal on table
COMPARE sealing wax in inventory with wax seal on desk -Match. You get wax seal
USE coffee pot
TALK Agnes
	1  'difficult to find'
	2 'this wax is part of the seal' - found formula behind clerk's desk and returned it
	2 'Tell me what you know'
	5 'How did you return' - resealed it and left it amidst clerk's desk odd brown stain on document
	4 'Whitney'   
	2 'Pratt spend his leisure'
	1 'Share any suspicions'
Exit

This location is done!

221B Inside
TALK Watson  6 'Whitney has not revealed all'  - formula is back at Ministry

Baths
TALK Whitney
	1 'completely forthcoming'
	1 'what is the connection'  - he'll head back to the Ministry now

This location is done!

Ministry (room scrolls to left)
Whitney is now at desk
LOOK document on desk
EXAMINE document on desk - labeled with V (roman 5) and stained
	If you don't Examine it, the dialog numbers change
TALK Whitney 
	1 'condition of Dewar document'
	2 'last see Thomas Pratt' - saw him in company of young man
	2 'Pratt's circle of friends' Lawton and Ratchett
	1 'examine Dewar's formula'
Walk to left and Whitney stops you
TALK Watson  2 'lesson in humility'
SHOW summons (from Mycroft) to Whitney
TALK Whitney
	2 'see a connection'
	1 'May I examine the premises'
Walk to far left
TIDY waste paper around dustbin
IGNITE dustbin
Now that Whitney's not at desk, Holmes takes the document

This location is done!

221B Inside
EXAMINE formula at lab table
TASTE document - alkaline salt
SMELL document - photographer fixative
ANALYZE 
	Use sulphate solution
        Use scissors with formula to make piece
        Use ferric sulphate with beaker
        Use distilled water with beaker
        Use piece with beaker - solution turns yellow Possibly potassium cyanide
        Use iron nitrate - turns blue
	Well, we knew it had been photocopied (this isn't done in the 'proper' order)

Lord Lawton Antechamber
Lawton playing piano
TALK Lawton  1 'Where is the ring'
                        2 'engagement portrait'
                        3 'picture missing'
                        2 'Let me help'  - He's protecting an innocent's reputation
                                                     He's been threatened with something

Farthington's
LOOK Lawyer
TALK Lawyer
	1 'clerk'
	2  'Bledsoe'
	2 'tell me about him'  He's a milquetoast
	3 'rummage through the bowels'
	2 'more than casual acquaintance
TALK Watson
	3 'description of Bledsoe'
	3 'waste precious time'  - confide in Farthington
TALK Lawyer 2 'settle for the reason'
PERUSE calendar on desk - meeting with P.B  you must do this to get next line
TALK Lawyer 2  'beg you to arrange'

221B Inside
knock at door - Bledsoe will meet at Farthington's

Farthington's
LOOK Bledsoe
TALK Bledsoe
	1  'Thank you'
	1  'last saw'
	1  'Pratt was found murdered'
	2  'my brother has been hospitalized'
	2  'why did you vote'  Bledsoe's a schmoe.Termination idea either Lawton's or Silverbridge's
	1  'It's awkward to find you'

This location is done!

The Weary Punt
LOOK curtain - burning opium behind there
LOOK barman
LOOK bar - books of matches
TALK barman
	1 'purchase a book of matches' - only for customers in back. Only seamen
	1 'Thomas Pratt'
LOOK parrot
TALK WATSON  4  'The macaw'

Lord Lawton Antechamber
TALK Jenkins
	4 'Where is the engagement'  - stolen (by piano tuner, most likely)
	1 'run off'

This location is done!

Hargrove Studios
Holmes gets business card
LOOK business card - phone number listed
LOOK portraits
LOOK camera
LOOK Hargrove
SHOW photograph from Pratt's room to Hargrove - Lt Basingstoke, died in Suez made 10 copies
TALK Hargrove 
	1 'my name is Holmes'
	2 'did Basinstoke reveal'
	2 'I saw the portrait' - he uses bromides
	4 'Most studios now use ' - cyanide can be used as a fixative
	2 'duplicate negatives'
	3 'I believe I've happened upon' - let's go in back
DRAW curtain

Hargrove's Back Room
LOOK chemicals
TALK Hargrove
	1 'distinct fixing' - may have been compelled
	1  Who hired you' - a lout named Scarrett, fond of opium
	1  'Of all the photographers' 
        1 'I wonder '  - what about duplicate negatives?
MOVE camera
EXAMINE rug
MOVE rug
LOOK cabinet - wall safe
OPEN safe - locked
TALK Hargrove 2  'contents of this cabinet'  - so rattled, he can't remember
TALK Watson 2 'It's likely he recorded the combination' 
USE bus. Card on cabinet   (phone number is combination)
PERUSE cabinet   - picture of ? 'informally' posed, and Lord Lawton with same woman - composite
LOOK folder
COFISCATE folder
TALK Hargrove  1  'Whose telephone number'
USE folder with telephone   You- get new icon for Mystery Imports
CALL telephone  - there's someone at Mystery Imports now
EXIT portal  

This location is done!

Mystery Import/Export
RIP calendar on post
LOOK left door
LISTEN at door - hear snoring
OPEN door - locked  you must do this to get lock identified
EXAMINE lock - key is on other side
SLIDE calendar under door
USE needle with lock
RETRIEVE calendar and you get brass key
UNLOCK lock with brass key

Import Back Room
Curiously, in my initial run of the game, the Major (excuse me - Managing Director - actually
dropped the trident in. In later runthroughs, he didn't - perhaps the game keeps track of how much 
help you need and does extra 'looky here!' animations)

This is Major Misteray - despite his protestations
LOOK Major
TALK Major
1  'I am'   claims to be Mr Story
1  'Your insidious scheme'
OPEN center 'secure' desk drawer - keyhole has 3 equidistant tiny holes in it
LOOK aquarium - indication of something taken out - trident in there
LOOK trident
LOOK portrait
TALK Major
	4  'What are those fish'  piranha
	2 'Where is the key'
	5 'How long has the aquarium been here'
	4 'not slovenly'
	3 'Hargrove'
LOOK books - mathematics
SHOW formula to Major
SHOW mug shot to Major
TALK Major 
	3  'died in his uniform'
	2 'simply a matter of money'
	4 'no knowledge'
TALK Major 
BREAK aquarium   You must to this to get next option
SHOOT pistol at aquarium
PICK UP whitish trident on floor
UNLOCK secure drawer with trident - negative of formula, German marks, English five pound notes
PICK UP German currency
PICK UP negative
LOOK new fivers  - all printed 1874...look familiar..Stitch Rumsey's work
TALK Major  2  'Where is composite'  Vincent's at 'Weary Punt' indulges in nasty habit
TALK Watson
	2 'opium eaters'
	2 'You stay here'

You now have only a few options on the map. However, recall that the Weary Punt is for sailors, so 
Holmes' day-laborour costume won't work there. You need another costume - and if you didn't find
David Lloyd-Jones' stash, then you have two reasons to go to 

This location is done!

Rumsey's Haberdashery
TALK Stitch -
	2 'need nautical' if this isn't available, look at the blue jacket in the mannequin.
	2 'any advice'
EXIT and you go right to ..

Weary Punt
SHOW matches to barman  'you're moving in the right direction'
TALK barman  1  'gimmie a place in the back'  No credit
GIVE money to barman  'you're part way there'
TALK barman 
	1 'lucre'  'tell me what I want to hear'
	3 'I think I remember the words'

Now, enter the password mentioned for this place in the little grey book that comes with the game 
(subnote 33)

ENTER beaded curtain

Punt Back Room
LOOK Scarrett  and the ending begins

The only thing I never figured out was how Holmes knew there was a composite involving one of the royal 
family - or, more to the point a female member. I suspected a compromising picture was missing from 
Lawton's album, but had assumed it was something that would make Lady Cordelia break off the 
engagement. Yet, when Holmes confronts Major Mysteray he refers to the picture explicitly.

Overall, though - what fun!

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