A Man of Character achievement in Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments

A Man of Character

Receive maximum personality ranking.

A Man of Character0
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How to unlock the A Man of Character achievement

  • DaedskiDaedski443,346
    06 Oct 2014 06 Oct 2014
    87 13 17
    To reach maximum personality ranking, you must pick one moral choice and STICK with it for all the cases in the game. If you Absolve the criminal in the first case, you need to Absolve/Arrest every criminal in the following cases, otherwise you will need to replay the whole case again to do it.

    In Case 2 - The Train Case, the options will be "Blind Justice" and "Political Game". Blind Justice relates to the Condemn option and Political Game relates to Absolve.

    In Case 4 - The Abbey Grange Affair, one of your conclusions can reach the options of "Glory to Lestrade" and "Trump the Police". I am not sure if these conclusions will help reach maximum personality rank as you are not catching any criminals (because this conclusion is so very very wrong)

    In Case 5 - The Kew Gardens Drama, if you select "There is no Accomplice" as your conclusion you will not change your personality ranking as again this conclusion doesn't lead to you catching any criminals (and is again, wrong)

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    THE Watery ManA quick way round for those (like me) who made a mistake on the final case, absolving the toe rag killer.

    I had all other achievements, except this and 'Perfectionist'

    When replaying the 6th case, you can get it wrong. About 20 minutes through you have an option to arrest 'Leighton'. Do so, condemn/absolve him, depending how you have done the others. That way you can get the achievement for being consistent, even if it is the wrong conclusion. Probably saved me about an hour.
    Posted by THE Watery Man on 04 Jun 16 at 15:14
    imoneoldfartwould be nice to know the quickest path for both
    Posted by imoneoldfart on 12 Jun 17 at 16:15
    thatNoseyParkerWhilst I knew what I had to do for mine, and the info you have provided is useful, I think a good/full guide here would outline the quickest conclusion in each case.
    Posted by thatNoseyParker on 17 Jan 19 at 18:49
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  • TsukimiTsukimi555,835
    07 May 2016 07 May 2016
    14 2 0
    In the 6th case where the options for absolve and condemn are reversed. (Usually A button for condemn, X button for absolve, but in this case A button will show as absolve & X button will show as condemn. Very Tricky.)

    As I carelessly chose A button & absolve the last suspect, I have to go thru the last case again. But as soon as I realize that I have a quick chance to condemn the wrong suspect, I simply choose the yellow orbs that accuse the wrong suspect & the achievement unlocks.

    Just a guide for those who did the same mistake & don't want to go thru the case all over again.
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