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Poirot excels in observing human nature! You are receiving this trophy for having penetrated a person's thoughts with one look.
"Glory to the hand of man, the equal of his mind!" One is nothing without the other and it is by using both that you were able to solve a riddle!
As Poirot says, everybody has brains, but they differ in quality! Yours are exceptional. You've solved one question.
It's nice to confide in Uncle Poirot … And that is why you conducted an interrogation to perfection!
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The newspapers are talking about the case, therefore, they are also talking about you. Do not hesitate to read them: fame is not all that unpleasant.
Finish Whitehaven (after Andover)
You believe that symmetry is the source of all beauty and that order creates virtue.
"Glory to the hand of man, the equal of his mind!" One is nothing without the other and it is by using both that you were able to solve half of the riddles!
It's nice to confide in Uncle Poirot … And that is why you conducted half of the interrogations to perfection!
As Poirot says, everybody has brains, but they differ in quality! Yours are exceptional. You've solved half of the questions.
Poirot excels in observing human nature! You are receiving this trophy for having penetrated half the people's thoughts with a simple look.
Even Poirot sometimes makes mistakes …
Finish Whitehaven (after Bexhill)
Masterful! You've opened Sir Carmichael's secret drawer! You've put the animals in the right place. Take your rightful place: that of the Emperor in the middle!
You have proved your artistic flair by discussing porcelain with Thora Grey.
Finish Churston (first visit)
You cannot hide anything from Uncle Poirot. He pierces the best kept secrets of the heart with great ease. For example, those of the beautiful Thora!
"Thus spake Poirot". You've done your thinking all on your own, then, like Zarathustra, you revealed the truth to all. You've coordinated the final meeting without a single hitch. Congratulations!
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Finish Whitehaven (after first visit to Churston)
For Hastings, you've skilfully shown the theory of the relativity of viewpoints: that of a sick old lady has as much value as that of a pretty and young girl.
You believe that symmetry is the source of all beauty and that order generates virtue. What a pleasure it is to sort through things and tidy up!
Intention purifies the action! Some indiscretions are tolerated in the interest of truth, such as: searching without a warrant, reading the Clarke's correspondence, and opening a parcel addressed to Thora Grey.
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Finish Churston (second visit)
Well done! You've interpreted Donald Fraser's dream with as much assurance as the great Sigmund himself.
You've tamed the Nordic firestorm: Thora Grey was unable to protect her secrets and you have brought them to light with the force of your logic.
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Well done! On your own initiative and thanks to your talents in graphology, you have proved the common origin of the letters sent by the killer.
As Poirot says, everybody has brains, but they differ in quality! Yours are exceptional. You've solved all the questions.
Finish Whitehaven (after second visit to Churston)
"Glory to the hand of man, the equal of his mind!" One is nothing without the other and it is by using both that you were able to solve all of the riddles!
You are helpful, it's a great quality. You are winning this trophy for having taken care of Lady Clarke and Cust.
Finish questioning Cust
Comfort is important! This trophy is being awarded to you simply for having taken the time to sit down in a good chair!
It's nice to confide in Uncle Poirot … And that is why you conducted all of the interrogations to perfection!
Unmask the murderer
Finish Marbury Guesthouse
You are being stoned by the press, but you are taking matters very calmly. All great men have had their moments of solitude.
As you were loading the revolver you entrusted to Hastings with blanks, you clearly chose a non-violent approach to the problem. You'll thank yourself for it!
You believe that symmetry is the source of all beauty and that order generates virtue. What a pleasure it is to sort through things and tidy up! You are loyal to Poirot's spirit.
This anti-trophy is awarded to you for having made poor little Mary Drower cry. You showed a brutality unworthy of Hercule Poirot. Get a grip on yourself!
Did you feel the pervasive presence of the great black dragon at Combeside? It is on Sir Carmichael's watch, the books in his library, Thora Grey's brooch, and the teapot in the lounge.
The newspapers that were criticising you yesterday are praising you today. Be honest, it is much nicer.
Your lack of attention to detail very nearly cost poor Donbar his life! You were perfectly aware that you had to handle him carefully owing to his weak heart! Let's hope that it is a lesson to you.
Masterful! You intervened just in time! Your fortuitous telephone call probably saved the life of the owner of the Black Swan Hotel.
Even Poirot sometimes makes mistakes … but he doesn't make as many as you!
Your moustache is at the heart of your personal care. That is why it is so exceptional!
Poirot excels in observing human nature! You are receiving this trophy for having penetrated all the people's thoughts with a simple look.
Is your mind playing tricks on you? You are taking the curse of the dragon seriously and you are accusing Thora Grey of black magic! Do not let your imagination run wild, it's unworthy of Hercule Poirot.
Even Poirot sometimes makes mistakes … but he doesn't make as many as you! Get a grip on yourself before your reputation is tarnished.