"The Party of Sea Anglers is fighting the Sea Angling Party is the race for president of the Sea Angling Association."
Bob Chabon: Hi, it's me, Bob. We met at the docks. You've dealt with elections before, right? We've got a real pickle here!
Bob Chabon: I'm representing the Party of Sea Anglers and we're trying to win the race for president of the Sea Angling association.
Bob Chabon: But the Sea Angling Party is playing dirty. They want their candidate elected as well.
Detective: So the... glorious PSA is going against the evil SAP in a deadly crash which will shape the future of sea angling in the city.
Bob Chabon: You're a quick learner, I'll give you that! Not many people get the difference between PSA and SAP!
Detective: To be honest, I haven't heard about either the PSA or the SPA. I mean SAP. Whatever! I need to hit the streets to get some info.
- 3 maps
- Policeman: 5 donuts
- 3 maps
- 4 photos
- 4 fingerprints
- Policeman: 5 donuts
- 2 photos
Detective: Huh. Everything with SAP seems to be in order... except one detail. The SAP has some unacounted expenses. Maybe I should follow the money trail?
City search: Gutenberg GoodsEdit
Detective: It looks like it was an anonymous payment to one of the companies in this area. I need to check out which one.
The company is:
- in the distance of 1 from railways
- more than 2 from gas stations
- more than 1 from pubs
- more than 1 from post offices
- more than 1 from shops
- more than 1 from water
- more than 1 from warehouses
- not on prisons
- On the map there are 2 gas stations
- On the map there are 4 pubs
- On the map there are 2 post offices
- On the map there are 2 shops
- On the map there are 4 warehouses
There are candies in (10,8)
Detective: A printing office. Hmmm. This is the same company which printed the ballot papers for the angling association.
Suspect identification: Fish Out of the WaterEdit
Detective: I can't check what the SPA ordered, but I can check who picks it up.
Solution: Wu Madou
Detective: Wu Madou is a member of the association's electoral commission.
Detective: It looks like she only picked up the ballot papers... but isn't that a bit too much ballots for such a small association?
Crime scene search: Who Counts the Votes?Edit
Detective: The polling station opens soon. I need to check where are those extra ballot papers brought in by Madou!
When you find the solution:
Detective: Bob, I've got hard evidence that the ballots were rigged by Wu Madou in favour of SPA, ready to be added to the rest.
Bob Chabon: Great, we've got them! I'll tell the electoral commission's chairman and spread the word acrolss all the association. The PSA will win for sure!
Bob Chabon: Oh, what a disaster! We lost the election!
Detective: Really? What happened, Bob? Who won?
Bob Chabon: The Oceanic Angler's Coalition!
Detective: ... what?
Bob Chabon: Everybody voted for OAC because people couldn't tell PSA and SAP apart!
Detective: Wow. Just wow. I mean, uh... how is that even possible?
Bob Chabon: I know, right? But don't worry, I'm a man of my word. I'll send you the check.