Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments achievements
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Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments

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There are a maximum of 25 Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments achievements worth 1,537 (1,000)

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A Complex Mind in Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments

A Complex Mind144 (70)

This is a rare achievementReach all possible conclusions in the game.

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Achievement Guide for A Complex Mind

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XBU Philippe
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XBU Philippe
Achievement won on 16 Oct 14
TA Score for this game: 1,537
Posted on 16 October 14 at 08:59, Edited on 16 November 14 at 22:41
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Ok, so this is the most "difficult" achievement you can get and the most missable one (apart from always speaking to Toby). It is pretty time consuming to get this one after you completed the game.

This achievement requires you to get every possible conclusion/deduction for every case, even the wrong ones. The only way the game counts those deductions is to open them/click on them with cn_A (you will see the game saving your progress in the lower left corner). You then will be prompted with two moral choices, which you DON'T have to make. You don't have to see all possible endings, you just have to get the conclusions in your deduction-section ingame (cn_Y-button). Basically, you only have to "find" the conclusions with the needed clues in your deductions and click on them.

(Note: As stated by http://www.trueachievements.com/The+Reverend+JC.htm, you don't actually HAVE to click on the conclusions, to have them count - it is enough that they are shown on you deduction screen. Though it is important for a replay of old cases to look into the left bottom corner to see the game save your progress, before you continue.)

You can replay every case after completing the game in order to get those missing (you don't have to get all in one playthrough, the game saves your progress of each individual conclusion), but unfortunately there is no way of checking which ones are missing.

Warning: Especially in case 5 (but also in other episodes), you can miss some events and it won't be possible to get to all conclusions. Thanks to http://www.trueachievements.com/GREGO+McGEE.htm for the reminder.

The following guide is partly based on the one from http://www.trueachievements.com/Wolfgears09.htm and the Xbox 360 version guide to this achievement and it uses the images from the excellent guide from gamepressure (http://guides.gamepressure.com/sherlock/), so thanks to the author Katarzyna "Kayleigh" Michalowska.

The correct conclusions are always named last and are also written in italic.


Mission 1 The Fate of Black Peter : 4 Conclusions

- Neligan is Guilty
(Retrieving the notebook + Stolen valuable papers + Neligan's motive + Lucky throw)
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- Liam Hurtley is Guilty
(Hurtley's Motive + Lucky Throw)
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- Two Murderers
(Hurtley's motive + Neligan's motive + Strength requirement + Pinned to wall)
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- Cairns is Guilty
(Feat of strength + Pouch proves guilt + stolen valuable papers)
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Mission 2 : Riddle on the Rails : 4 Conclusions

- Robinson is a Swindler
(Inside mines + Missed Doncaster station + Accident + Robinson's motive + Vanished earlier)
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- Chileans Stole the Prototype
(Inside mines + Missed Doncaster + Theft + Vanished earlier.)
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- Mexicans sealed in the Chileans
(Inside mines + Missed Doncaster + Mexican trap + Vanished earlier .)
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- Mexicans drowned Chileans
(Has been sunk + Sabotage + Missed Doncaster + Mexican trap + Vanished earlier)
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Mission 3 Blood Bath : 6 Conclusions

- Pitkin is the Murderer (with silver knife)
(Silver weapon + Steam moisture + Valuable secret + Pitkin's worries + Garrow's weakness + Blinkhorn's interest)
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- Pitkin is the Murderer (with ice knife)
(Unexplained clue + Ice weapon + Valuable secret + Pitkin's worries + Garrow's weakness + Blinkhorn's interest)
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- Garrow is the Murderer (with silver knife)
(Silver weapon + Steam moisture + Garrow's illnes + Valuable secret + Blinkhorn's interest + Pitkin's hopes)
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- Garrow is the Murderer (with ice knife)
(Unexplained clue + Ice weapon + Garrow's illnes + Valuable secret + Blinkhorn's interest + Pitkin's hopes)
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- Blinkhorn is the Murderer (with silver knife)
(Silver weapon + Steam moisture + Blinkhorn's humiliation + Valuable secret + Garrow's weakness + Pitkin's hopes)
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- Blinkhorn is the Murderer (with ice knife)
(Silver weapon + Steam moisture + Blinkhorn's humiliation + Valuable secret + Garrow's weakness + Pitkin's hopes)
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Mission 4 The Abbey Grange Affair : 3 conclusions

- Randalls are Guilty
(Randall Gang + Robbery is the motive + Three people + Poker blow)
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- Domestic Accident
(Randalls blamed + Imitated Robbery + Two people + Deadly accident + No acquaintance in London + Domestic violence)
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- Captain Crocker is the Murderer
(Captain Crocker + Crocker statement)
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Chaper 5 The Kew Gardens Drama : 6 Conclusions

- Divine Syndicate are the killers
( Theft and murder + Set stole everything)
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- Albert Dunne is the killer
(Sect is not involved + Albert's motive + Albert's studies)
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- Miss Margaret White is the killer
(Sect is not involved + Disagreement + White's situation + White's knowledge)
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WARNING: You have to do these conclusions mentionened above before the following, because afterwards, the won't be possible anymore!

- Hamish did it alone
(Albert is not involved + White is not involved + Hamish is guilty)
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- Albert is the Accomplice
(Martyn's timeline + Albert's timeline)
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- Miss White is the Accomplice
(Martyn's timeline + White's timeline)
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Chapter 6 A Half Moon Walk : 3 Conclusions

- Leighton Chapman Committed Double Murder because of Personnal Motive
(Double murder + Personal motive + Imaginary Man + Compelling evidence)
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- Leighton Chapman Commited Double Murder because of Robbery
( Double murder + Burglary motive + Imaginary Man + Compelling evidence)
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- Foley's vengeance
(Burglary motive + Leighton's innocence + Crossfire + Simultaneous shot + Circus acrobat)
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