"The sugar ban affected traditional baking and housewives asked me to find a way to lift the restrictions."
Miguela Lawless: Could you help me out? With the sugar-ban, basic foodstuffs used in baking pies are rationed. And I'm not the only dedicated baker with this problem.
Miguela Lawless: Together with some meeighbors I founded the Housewives Club. We recruit everyone, from soccer mums to businesswomen... and guys too. Everyone likes a good pie.
Detective: So, where do I come in? You want me to join?
Detective: This looks like a tough case. Maybe I should interview people from the Housewives Club and their associates.
- 2 photos
- 2 fingerprints
- 3 maps
- 4 photos
- 3 fingerprints
- 2 maps
Detective: There are rumors suggesting that someone managed to by-pass the sugar ban. There's a bakery that specializes in selling baking ingredients. I should check it out.
City search: The Smell of Freshly-Baked CookiesEdit
Detective: I need to find the place selling baking ingredients. It should be somewhere in this area, a plain industrial building.
The bakery is:
- exactly 6 from a post office
- more than 2 from theaters
- more than 1 from factories
- more than 1 from clubs
- On the map there are 2 theaters
- On the map there are 2 factories
- On the map there are 3 clubs
Detective: This looks like the place. Because of the sugar ban, the bakery is pretty well protected. Yet somehow someone managed to get more ingredients then normal. Interesting.
Crime scene search: Iron RationsEdit
Detective: I should poke around the bakery. The buyer probably left something behind I can use.
When you find the solution:
Detective: A check for the baking supplies. Oh, that's a lot of ration stamps attached. So the purchase was legal, but someone had a bucketload of ration stamps.
SOLUTION for 3 candy: in the Storage (right from office) alarm: red wire (clue: in the office, most right box). In Storage: 3 candy in the safe
Suspect Identification: Baking by the DozenEdit
Detective: The signature on the check is illegible. If the person comes here regularly, maybe I should just stake out the bakery?
Solution: Patience de Monde
Patience de Monde: Oh, don't worry dear, I have the rations taps right here. Al gave them to me. He has a party tomorrow. Everyone will be there. Commissioner Valentino, Judge Harshfield, Mr. Jameson...
Patience de Monde: Certainly, dear! The more bakers, the merrier.
Detective: I guess traditional baking is back in the game, isn't it?
Miguela Lawless: Exactly! And all thanks to you! Would you like a slice of apple pie?
Detective: How could I resist?