[ZS Dead Detective] Nine Death Cats – Other Endings

Other endings for Dead Detective vs Nine Death Cats. See the walkthrough that gives 27/27 score here.

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Interpreting the deductions differently allows you to draw different conclusions. Different conclusions give SLIGHTLY different endings. Thus this walkthrough is about drawing the other conclusions. Deductions that don’t affect a particular conclusion are removed. You can load your autosave/save file instead of playing all over again.


#1 — The Nine Deaths Cat Desires Mr. Kashl’s Lucky Charm



1. (existing deduction)

The Nine Deaths Cat prefers to steal items of value
The Cat loves to mix profits with symbolism (✓)
The cat usually steals to make a statement, rather than for personal profit

3. NDC’s message is directed at Kashl + NDC always warns his victims
The message is about something that Mr. Kashl doesn’t really need, even if he thinks he does (✓)
The message is about something that Mr. Kashl owns but rarely uses
The message might simply be a trick and I’d better ignore it

5. Lucky charm doesn’t have monetary value + Lucky charm painting in office
The thief might be interested in Mr. Kashl’s lucky charm (✓)
Mr. Kashl’s lucky charm has no value whatsoever

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#2 — The Nine Deaths Cat wants to steal Slobber’s statue


1. (existing deduction)
The Nine Deaths Cat prefers to steal items of value (✓)
The Cat loves to mix profits with symbolism
The cat usually steals to make a statement, rather than for personal profit

2. Private about residence + NDC sent message to Slobber
The thief sent the message to Slobber because he wanted to give us a hint. (✓)
The thief sent the message to Slobber because Kashl is usually very hard to find

6. Statue worth million neuros + Statue safe in studio
This is the perfect time to steal Slobber’s statue (✓)
Stealing a statue is not the Cat’s style

 

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