This page of the guide to Sherlock Holmes Chapter One contains a walkthrough of The Muse From Abroad mission. We've described what you need to do to talk to the woman and get information from her. Neila's in the refugee camp. Before you can get to her, you need to do an investigation in this area.
After solving the case in the refugee camp, you have to find the woman whose photo you saw in the painter's apartment. Ask the the people in the camp about her. A woman standing by a pot of water can be helpful. She should give you information about the girl.
Next, you have to approach the police officers and eavesdrop on them. It should give you the following information:
- Take refugees out;
- Camp lockdown;
When you have all the information, go to the woman. She hides in a wooden hut, at the very end of the camp. There's a man standing in front of it. If you helped a wounded man earlier in the case, this gentleman will thank you for saving his friend and let you go to the woman.
The girl won't want to talk to you. However, you will find out that she gave birth to a child. Now you have to connect the facts in your mind palace.
After talking to a woman, you need to connect a few dots. Start with:
- The defiler had a peculiar cross;
- Photograph of a violation.
The next connection is:
- Gallery intruder is a smoker who limps;
- Mercurio's visitor smoked "MalPal".
That's the correct train of through to follow. Select:
- Coal dust under the dead man's nails;
- Coal footprints.
Let's go back to the painter and what you found in his apartment. Connect:
- The painter was killed in a fight;
- The thief was caught by the painter.
The next correct connection is:
- Photograph of a violation;
- The painter's flat was searched.
An then the last connection for now:
- The thug didn't hurt the girl;
- The thug tried to drag the girl away.
Conversation with the policeman
To end the case at the camp, you need to talk to the police officer. Give him the information you've gathered in the course of your investigation. After that, you can leave the camp and deal with further elements of the case.