Sherlock Holmes Chapter One Walkthrough: A golden cage

 The next main case, "A Golden Cage" is an unusual case as the killer appears to be a fugitive elephant. You have to find out whether this is really the case or whether someone else has a hand in it.

Sherlock Holmes Chapter One Walkthrough: A golden cage

Walk from Stonewood Manor towards the Silent Way intersection and look at the tall building with the flying balloon and the crowd standing in front of the broken fence. Coincidentally, this is exactly where the old family friend Gilden lives. However, there is a lot of chaos here that you have to unravel first, so go to the inner courtyard.


Mr. Gilden's mansion - crime scene

Investigation - Wood Shed (Three Clues)


  • Coal gas tank
  • Sailor's knife with a blade
  • Left broken piece of wood

Dead body examination on the ground (four clues)


  • Head or chest for spine
  • Belt of a cloak
  • Bloody knee
  • Chopped off finger on the right hand

Investigated in the Back Yard (Four Clues)


  • Silver arrowhead with a golden handle
  • footprint
  • Blood splatter
  • chain

Mind games:

Proof A

Proof B

conclusion

Mr. Gilden had a wild animal

Severe injury

Goliath could have killed Mr. Gilden


Reconstruction of the past: First the elephant chokes person one, then it drags them forward and then throws person two against the woodshed.

Mind games:

Proof A

Proof B

conclusion

Seaman's mess

Damaged shed wall

Witness what happened


As an optional task, you can take a photo of the print and go to the Cordona Chronicle newspaper archive. There you can find an article about elephants in the archive that Jon is particularly interested in.

proof

Categories

Subcategory

The life of an elephant

period

1870-1879

The life of an elephant

Group of people

Journalists

The life of an elephant

category

Articles and interviews

 

Thereby you will find the article "The ruler of the animal world" by Dr. Iain Menhies, which contains the habits of elephants. Unfortunately, it doesn't say where the elephant has gone to, so equip the "Animal Suspect" evidence and speak to the group of people in front of the Gildens' house.


Investigate this branch in the forest to follow in Goliath's footsteps.

The elephant is said to have walked over the Greek bridge towards the forest. Look for the elephant trail in the KM at Moran Rd. Directly after the bridge . Follow the path to the left and turn right at the fork in the road. Examine the branch and continue along to the right to the river bank. There hangs a dressing gown with a letter and key, which gives you access to Gilden's property.


Imogen Guilds and the Guilds' Estate

Mr. Gilden's daughter isn't really cooperative unless you provide evidence. Asks her about the evidence of "tracks in front of the shed" and "animal suspect". So take a look around the study and look at the comfortable armchair in the KM, the two pictures on the shelves, the newspaper and the book "The Elephant Whisperer" and the scroll on the bookshelf.


Examination - Desk (Four Clues):


  • Picture with Goliath
  • Dummy finger
  • Perfume
  • Picture with Imogen

Exam - Side Desk (Three Clues):


  • Card for Ivory Baths
  • Ivory Bath's name
  • Stamp set

Find Arthur Swift Dig Site

Then talk to Imogen again about the perfume that represents elephant sweat and the blueprint for the ivory baths. She tells you about Arthur Swift who is an archeologist. So go to the Cordana Town Hall and go to the archive.

Proof

Categories

Subcategory

Blueprint for ivory baths

Group of people

Companies

Blueprint for ivory baths

period

British 19th century

Blueprint for ivory baths

register

Legal documents


This will give you the official document of entry in the commercial register and with it the address. Find the company headquarters at the intersection of Bazaar Rd and Arnaut St. in the east of the old town. There you will find two workers gossiping that you can overhear. Make a note of the words: "Probritic", "Scar on the neck", "Market place in the western part".


You have to speak to this man to get to the excavation site.

You can find the said man from the conversation in the middle of the market square, standing alone in a blue-green shirt. In conversation you have to answer, "I am completely on your side" when it comes to the British. Sing the national anthem and then visit the excavation site.


To enter it, you have to buy the "workers apron" outfit . Find the professor with the glasses and a pad inside the site. He doesn't want to listen to you anyway, so start working right after the conversation.


Riddle of the four statues for Vitus Lemonius tomb

Observation by Arthur Swift (Five Clues)


  • Thick notebook
  • Damaged glasses
  • Bruising on the elbow in the chest area
  • right hand
  • Dirty clothes on the knee
  • Result: strives for knowledge

Investigation - Back Desk: (Three Clues)


  • Clipboard to Titus and Vitus Lemonius
  • Straw dolls
  • Oilcloth in box

Examining the card (three clues)


  • Pictures on the left
  • Red mark
  • Note at the bottom right

Go down the path and overhear the three employees. They tell of a broken statue. Circle the words "Overturned Pedestal", "Lion Helmet", "Statue Smashed" and "Closest to the Beach". Go straight across to the other side and take the path up. There the broken statue lies on the ground.

Investigation - Broken Statue (Three Clues):


  • face
  • Harvest sickle
  • base

Now you can inspect the epitaph and use the reconstruction to assign the statues to the right places. You can find the hints and tips in the documents that you found earlier at Swift. If you want to shorten the whole procedure, you have to arrange the figures as follows:

  • Lady with a fruit basket to the west
  • Lady with a sickle to the east
  • Man with a lion head to the south
  • Man with sword to the north
Place the four statues in that order to find the tomb of Vitus Lemonius.

The grave of Vitus Lemonius can now be found in the direction of the beach by a heap of grass on the right-hand side after the stairs. As long as Swift is busy, you can finally take a look at his place of work.

Examination - workplace (three pointers):


  • Container with arrows
  • Blue book about elephants
  • Swift's diary

Evidence in conversation with Arthur Swift:


  • Leather diary
  • Of trunks and tusks
  • Container with arrows
  • Blueprint
  • Animal suspect
  • Tracks in front of the shed
  • Access to the excavation site
Mind game:

Proof A

Proof B

conclusion

Fresh wound on Mr. Swift's elbow

Damaged shed wall

Mr. Swift hit a shed wall?

Business disagreement

The business relationship ended

Mr. Swift protects his research


Find Paul Perks and the Yacht Club

To find Paul Perks, you must first go to the work room in the yacht club and look for evidence.

After the first part of the case, you should return to Imogen's room. There you will find a bunch of objects to the right of the bed that you can interact with.

Investigation - Pile of Items (Three Clues):


  • False Idols book
  • Photo in drawer with back
  • Pink bag
Talk to Imogen about everything you found and she will tell you about her lover named Paul Perks. He is a member of the Salacia yacht club, which is automatically marked on the map. So go to the club and talk to the smoking gentleman next to the fountain. This refers you to the workshop.

This is the huge woodshed on the right. Inside you can examine the boat "Whirlpool", in the storage room you will find a foghorn and a second Bazzooka book and finally you will see bloody rags through the office window. Equip the evidence "yacht club workshop" and look at the door. You can get the key on the champion wall.

Examination - Desk (Four Clues):


  • Lettering too expensive
  • Bookmaker slip - back side
  • Envelope
  • Old betting slips

Investigation - Shelf (three pointers):


  • Toolbox
  • Container with arrows
  • Books on shipbuilding

You will also find a threatening letter and a suspicious message. Also take a look at the tea caddy in the "Storage" room, which contains a white powder. Paul is waiting for you immediately afterwards. Tell him you're friends with Imogen.

Observation - Paul Perks (Four Clues):


  • Barely visible Adam's apple
  • Left hand
  • Left pocket
  • Right elbow
  • Result: professional sailor
And now you and Paul can work through a long, really, really long list of evidence to gather enough information for a suspect:

  • Suspicious message
  • Threatening letter
  • Bazooka book
  • Container with arrows
  • Photo with Imogen
  • Wrapped belongings
  • Tracks in front of the shed
  • Animal suspect
  • Blueprint for the ivory baths

Find and attract Goliath

You have now gathered enough evidence to fill your mind palace with new evidence and conclusions.

Mind game:

Proof A

Proof B

conclusion

Mr. Gilden threatened Mr. Perks

Mr. Gilden took action against Paul Perks

Mr. Gilden wanted to harm Paul Perks

Everyone blamed Goliath

It was mating season

I have to find Goliath

Paul Perks has a fresh injury

Damaged shed wall

Paul Perks crashed into a shed wall?


After you've created the lure with the chemical analysis, you can get a doll from the excavation site and the foghorn from the yacht workshop. By the way, at this point you can talk to Swift about the threatening letter and the photo with Imogen. When you have everything together, you have to redeem a small favor with Mrs. Nini and she will make you a beautiful elephant lady.

Fill the finished doll with gas from Mr. Gilden's estate and the show can begin. You have to select each of the calls while luring, so you can press them in any order. After your successful hunt, you can examine Goliath.

Investigation - Goliath (Four Clues):


  • Scratches on the forehead
  • Arrow with feathers
  • Tusk
  • eye

The killer of Mr. Gilden - Paul Perks or Goliath?

You can now end the case in different ways. Depending on which conclusions you have chosen, you come to either case A or case B. In both cases you have the option to spare or kill Goliath. However, the killer in Case B is not the elephant. If you want to buy the newspaper the next day, you have to execute Goliath.

Case A: Goliath was the killer

Proof A

Proof B

conclusion

Mr. Swift and Paul Perks have arrows

Poison arrow

Poison arrow from Mr. Swift or Paul Perks

selection

/

Mr. Swift could have been at the scene

selection

/

Someone wanted to protect Mr. Gilden

Automatic connection to

/

Goliath killed Mr. Gilden

Automatic connection to

/

Choice to execute or save

 

Case B: Paul Perks was the killer

Proof A

Proof B

conclusion

Poison arrow

Fatal injuries

Goliath could have been provoked

selection

/

Paul could have been at the scene

selection

/

Someone was using Goliath

Automatic connection to

/

Paul Perks murdered Theodore Gilden

Automatic connection to

/

Let Paul run and arrest death for Goliath or Paul and Goliath shall live


The nicer ending is definitely the survival of Goliath, where Jon also fervently agrees with us. Otherwise you have to watch Goliath on the way to the gallows. If you decide against it, Jon takes it pretty badly.

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