Sherlock Holmes Chapter One Walkthrough: Mother's Love - Finale

 After many hours of play and guesswork, you have now reached the end of the main story. When you return to Stonewood Manor for the last time, you can open the last door in the house and start the final at the same time.

Sherlock Holmes Chapter One Walkthrough: Mother's Love - Finale

Finale: Mother's Love (Last Part)

After your conversation with Constable Oswald, take the police report from the table, and outside Werner Vogel congratulates you too. The last door in the house can now be opened, but Jon stops in front of it and gives you a final warning.


Caution!

As soon as you walk through this door, there is no turning back. So deal with all side cases and Cordana stories before you start into the finals. We recommend that you create a manual game at this point.


Mind game:

Proof A

Proof B

conclusion

Mother's neck was cut open

Death from lack of oxygen

Mother drowned or mother did not drown.


Go to the back where someone is playing the piano and pick up the cup. Look for the bottle that is on the side table next to Jon in memory to return.


Then a singing voice leads you to the pavilion, where there is a book. Read the title and look at the picture. In the memory you have to look at the table again to gain consciousness.


Mind game:

Proof A

Proof B

conclusion

Hysterical attack in the garden

Mental illness

Mother tried to kill me

We brought tea to mother

Tea and sedatives

Risk of side effects or increased tolerance.

Mycroft said against Dr. Judge off

Mycroft saw Dr. Judge at the corpse

Mycroft accused Dr. judge


All ends at a glance

There are four different endings in total, all of which lead to the same goal. The only difference is the way to get there. Depending on which conclusion you choose, the feelings, texts and narrative voices are different.


Caution!

This is your final decision. Once chosen, it cannot be undone.


End one: Jon is the culprit

If you want that ending, you need to select the appropriate evidence:

  • Risk of side effects
  • Mother did not drown
  • Allergic reaction

This leads you to the conclusion that Dr. Richter is innocent and the real perpetrator was a child. The only question is which one. If you want to put the blame on Jon, you have to select the "Jon is the culprit" option as Jon suggested the sedative tip.


End two: I killed my mother

If you want that ending, you need to select the appropriate evidence:

  • Risk of side effects
  • Mother did not drown
  • Allergic reaction

While the same evidence is correct here as in the first ending, the conclusion is different. Sherlock blames himself, leaving Jon outside of it. For this ending you have to select the option "I killed my mother".


End of three: premeditated murder

For this ending you have to choose the following conclusions:

  • Increased tolerance
  • Mother drowned
  • My mother was drowned

This establishes that Sherlock was not to blame and Dr. Richter as the main culprit comes into question. Since he was constantly drugging Sherlock's mother, the incident was his fault.


End of four: It was an accident

Again, take the evidence:

  • Increased tolerance
  • Mother drowned
  • My mother was drowned

This time you choose the "It was an accident" option. Here it is said that Sherlock's mother's illness was unstoppable and Dr. Richter tried to save Sherlock's mother. In vain, however.


After the cutscene, which is a good quarter of an hour long, you have finally played through the game. Congratulations master detectives!

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