Str 1 Dex 2 Con 2
Int 4 Per 4 Wil 3
Contacts (Police) 2 (2)
Delusions of Grandeur (The Greatest Mind in the
Photographic Memory (2)
First Aid 1
Hand Weapon (Foil/Rapier) 1
Humanities (Law) 2
Humanities (Psychology) 1
Riding (Horse) 1
Running (Dash) 1
Science (Biology) 2
Science (Chemistry) 2
Science (Physics) 2
Smooth Talking 2
Sword Cane, Pipe and Tobacco, Notebook, Magnifying Glass
There are few mysteries that have beaten me, there
really are. But I am at a loss to explain this one, I really am.
A "locked room" mystery to perplex even the
greatest mind in England.
Where to start?
I suppose I should start with the body.
I was called in to examine, in a preliminary way, one
of "Whitechapel Jack's" victims.
The strangest case. "Mutilated" the press
called it, but that I surmise would be the work of someone at the
Yard, for no mutilation was this. The cuts were made with such
precision, such exactitude, that even a cursory examination revealed
that much. No hacking knife, no furious stab of a violent scoundrel
was this, but the work of a master of the medical arts.
There was more to this crime than met the eye, and
much to be considered, many layers to be revealed. The work of an
undertaker? An abbatoirist? I would need to make a more complete
examination with a doctor present if I were to garner clues enough to
capture the elusive "Jack the Ripper."
Such an important case then, that I met with
astonishment the news that the body was missing. "Walked of it's
own accord" indeed! With witnesses gathered from the nearest
opium den I have been left with few clues. One thing was clear though
-- "Whitechapel Jack" had returned for his victim.
So now I chase a murderer and a body thief. The clues
point to the East End; the very home of iniquity. There we shall see
who has dared commit such heinous crimes.
There we shall see who has dared pit their wits
against one of the greatest minds of the Empire!
"I am one of the greatest minds in the Empire!
Who here will try to challenge my wits?"