Sherlock Holmes Chapter One – A Guide Beyond a Joke

Apart from a joke is a DLC quest in Sherlock Holmes Chapter One. In it, you will have to solve several thefts that happened in Grand Saray. Many clues have been left behind and it is up to you to find the culprit. This is ours Sherlock Holmes Chapter One guide to help you with Apart from a joke DLC.

Note: For more information, see Sherlock Holmes Chapter One guide and central feature. Likewise, you can take a look at Full campaign guide.

How to complete Apart from a joke in Sherlock Holmes Chapter One

To get access to Apart from a joke in Sherlock Holmes Chapter One, you will need to complete the entire A gilded cage. Then you need to eavesdrop on the NPCs in Grand Saray. I suggested going quickly to St. Nicholas Church and listening to a few women near the bridge. Choose from the following:

  • Thief
  • The rich
  • Magical performance

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You will have another clue called Steal the gig. Follow the road to the Police Department and enter the following information:

  • Crimes – Property Crimes
  • Evidence – Form of Crime
  • Districts – Grand Saray

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Three clues related to the houses that have been stolen will be added to your Casebook. It seems that all the thefts happened while a magician called The Amazing Alonso was performing for those patrons. You can check out the pages below for the sections where you need help. You can also see screenshots of the map for crime scene locations.

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