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After searching the study, I run into a crisis when attempting to leave. Will I be able to leave unscathed?

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  • Style: No dress up component
  • Required: Kane Goodwill Lv. 5
  • Rewards: 3,000 Gold.png, 1 Reader's Coupons, 1 Gift Material, 1 Crafting Material

Dialogue Choices

What should I say?

  • Say Yes
    • No change
  • Stay Silent
    • No change

To unlock different routes on the flow chart:



  • Obtained the evidence, Charlotte does not help

Transcript

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  • The study door opens suddenly. The person at the door looks like Councilman Harris.
  • You: (There's nowhere to hide. I have to think on my feet.)
  • I lower my head and pretend to tidy the desk. Hopefully my maid disguise will help me pull this off.
  • From the corned of my eye, I see Councilman Harris walk into the room and approach the desk with his arms crossed.
  • Harris: I've said several times that no one is allowed in the study when I'm not around.
  • I compose myself and reply in a high, thin voice.
  • You: Ah, I apologize... I'm new here and not yet familiar with the rules. I-I'll get going now.
  • I act flustered, lower my head, and slowly retreat out of the room.
  • Harris: Wait.
  • You: (Did he see through my disguise? What do I do?)
  • Councilman Harris lowers his arms and looks me up and down.
  • Harris: Where's Alice? She's in charge of cleaning the study. Why are you in here?
  • You: Uh, Alice is feeling unwell today, so I came to clean the study on her behalf.
  • Harris: Hmm. Well, without my explicit permission, you are not to take a single step into the study.
  • As if he's unwilling to say more, he urges me to leave with an impatient look.
  • You: Yes, I understand.
  • I curtsy with my head lowered and turn to leave.
  • Harris: Seriously. I'll have to speak to the butler about this...
  • I hold my breath and walk past Councilman Harris. Fortunately, he doesn't take a second look.
  • You: (I'm almost at the door. Just another two steps...)
  • Harris: Did the butler arrange for you to come work here?
  • His sudden question catches me off guard and I almost gasp in surprise. My heart is racing.
  • You: (What should I say?)


Say Yes

  • You: Yes, Sir.
  • Harris: So you passed the butler's test?
  • I don't know what he's talking about, but I figure it has to be similar to an interview of some kind.
  • You: Ah, yes, I did.
  • Harris: Didn't the butler tell you the rules before you started?
  • You: What?
  • Harris: You don't even know the basic rules. Where's the butler? I'll have a word with him.


Stay Silent

  • Harris: Didn't you hear me? Don't act dumb.
  • I should say something to allay his suspicion, but my mind is a mess and I can't think of anything.
  • Harris: If you won't say anything, I'll call my bodyguards.
  • Harris: They're good at dealing with dubious people.



  • Councilman Harris is about to call for someone. In a panic, I forget to disguise my voice and exclaim.
  • You: Mr. Harris! Wait...
  • Harris: Hm? Your voice sounds familiar.
  • You: (I must get out of here without letting him see my face. He'll recognise me for sure.)
  • I try to rush out, but he grabs my shoulder firmly.
  • Harris: Turn around. Show me your face.
  • You: Ah! Please let go of me...
  • Charlotte Harris: Dad? I heard noise... Goodness, what's happened?
  • In a panic, I look right at Miss Harris. Her eyes widen right away.
  • You: (Miss Harris saw my face. She recognised me...)
  • Harris: Don't worry. I just found someone suspicious in the study.
  • Harris: You can head back to your room. I'll let the butler handle this.
  • If I'm handed over to someone else, I will definitely be sent to the police as a thief and it will all be over.
  • I have no choice but to put my faith in Miss Harris.
  • You: Miss Harris...


If Charlotte doesn't help
  • Charlotte Harris: Colvin? What are you doing dressed like that?
  • Harris: Colvin? The reporter?
  • Councilman Harris turns me around. He observes my face for a few seconds.
  • Harris: What are you doing here? Hudson, get a few maids in here to search this woman.
  • The butler responds from outside the study and quickly brings a few maids over to search me.
  • Miss Harris stares at me in disbelief, but does not stop the maids from searching me.
If you have the evidence
  • Maid: We found these, Sir.
  • Upon seeing what I had hidden, Councilman Harris' expression suddenly changes, and his eyes turn cold.
  • Harris: Charlotte, she's your guest. Why is she in my study and disguised as a maid?
  • Charlotte Harris: I don't know. She spilled coffee on herself and went to the bathroom to clean up, but never returned.
  • Charlotte Harris: I thought she might have gotten lost so I went looking for her, but she wasn't in the bathroom...
  • Harris: That's very strange. I think your guest should leave, Charlotte.
  • Miss Harris says nothing. She lowers her head and looks away while a few maids chase me out of the mansion.


  • The next day, Mr. Kane summons me into his office first thing in the morning.


  • George Kane: What did you do, Colvin? I received a complaint from Councilman Harris.
  • You: I'm really sorry, Mr. Kane. It's all my fault. I screwed up the interview.
  • George Kane: You can't solve this by simply apologising. Councilman Harris is furious. He is demanding an explanation from our paper.
  • George Kane: What on earth did you do to make him so angry?
  • You: I...It might have been a misunderstanding.
  • George Kane: Misunderstanding? You think you can explain it away with just one word?
  • George Kane: You've seriously damaged the newspaper's reputation. You'll have to pay the price for your reckless behaviour.
  • You: Mr. Kane! I can apologise to Councilman Harris...
  • George Kane: It's too late. You're fired, Colvin.



  • I can't believe my ears, but Mr. Kane insists I leave right away. I head home in a daze.


  • You: (Everything has gone horribly wrong... What should I do...)
  • I leave the lights off and sit in the dark. I hear something from the window behind me...


  • A few days later, the landlady discovers Elizabeth dead in her room.
  • Detectives investigate the scene and question Mr. Kane and her colleagues. They eventually rule her death a suicide.
  • The case is closed and the news of Elizabeth Colvin's death is only published in a tabloid.
  • In the unremarkable article, they attribute Colvin's suicide to overwhelming work stress.
  • But did she really commit suicide? Nobody knows, and nobody cares...


  • Attempting to cause a big wave is not a good idea when you not have the means to defend yourself.
  • (Shake Charlotte's trust in Councilman Harris, and she'll defend you even if you anger her father.)
  • Obtained Ending
If you don't have the evidence
  • Maid: We didn't find anything, Sir.
  • Harris: Are you sure you didn't miss anything?
  • Charlotte Harris: Dad, enough. Miss Colvin didn't take anything from your study.
  • You: (I didn't expect Miss Harris to speak up for me given the situation...)
  • Charlotte Harris: She most likely just lost her way. Our house is rather big after all, and it's her first time on the second floor.
  • Harris: How do you explain her clothes?
  • Charlotte Harris: She spilled coffee on herself by accident and stained her clothes, so I asked her to clean up in the bathroom.
  • Harris: It's not strange for her to get something from the laundry basket to change into.
  • Miss Harris is trying her hardest to defend me, but Councilman Harris is still suspicious.
  • Harris: She also lied and said she was a new maid.
  • Charlotte Harris: Miss Colvin must have panicked when she realised she was lost and you found her here.
  • Charlotte Harris: Dad, I think she was just afraid of getting into trouble, so she made up an excuse.
  • You: I'm very sorry...
  • Councilman Harris looks at me, then looks back at Miss Harris. Finally, he nods and his face relaxes.
  • Harris: Alright, since you say so. Take your friend back to your room and don't come in here again.
  • Charlotte Harris: Of course. Let's go, Miss Colvin.


If Charlotte helps
  • Miss Harris winks at me, despite the shocked expression on her face...
  • Charlotte Harris: We've been waiting for you all day. What's taking you so long?
  • She looks at Councilman Harris as she speaks and gets him to release me. She begins to explain.
  • Charlotte Harris: She's a new maid, in charge of tasks like making me coffee or tea.
  • I nod hastily and lower my head further. I can't let Councilman Harris see my face.
  • Harris: That explains why I haven't seen her before. But why was she in my study?
  • Charlotte Harris: Miss Colvin and I were getting a little bored, so I suggested we play chess.
  • Harris: Hmm, yes, you do have a guest.
  • Charlotte Harris: Yeah, so I asked the maid to retrieve the chess set from your study.
  • Charlotte Harris: I didn't expect her to run into you... Poor girl, she's so frightened.
  • Harris: But she claimed to be replacing Alice.
  • I shudder. Miss Harris pulls me behind her and puts herself between me and Councilman Harris.
  • Charlotte Harris: She knows entering your study is prohibited.
  • Charlotte Harris: She was probably shocked and afraid of getting into trouble, so she tried to cover it up.
  • Harris: Is that so?
  • I dare not say a word. I nod vigorously with my head low.
  • Charlotte Harris: So where's your crystal chess set, Dad? I really want to show it to Miss Colvin.
  • Harris: Charlotte, ask me next time if you need something from my study.
  • Councilman Harris takes the chess set and hands it to Miss Harris. He gives me a long, hard look.
  • Harris: As for you, you won't get a second chance. Remember that.
  • I quickly straighten my body, and with my head still lowered, reply in the same high-pitched voice from earlier.
  • You: Yes, I understand, Sir.
  • Charlotte Harris: Let's go. Miss Colvin and I have waited for you long enough.
  • Miss Harris smiles at the Councilman and pushes me out of the study.


  • My heart is still racing when we return to Miss Harris' room.
  • The way Councilman Harris looked at me when we left was unsettling. I think he's still suspicious.
  • You: I'm sorry for the trouble.
  • Charlotte Harris: I went looking for you in the bathroom, but I only found your clothes in the laundry basket.
  • Miss Harris looks at me and frowns as she stares at the maid uniform.
  • Charlotte Harris: What's going on, Colvin?
  • I feel flushed... Despite not knowing what was going on, Miss Harris' first instinct was to protect me...
  • You: (Miss Harris is such a gentle person. Her compassion makes me feel guilty.)
  • You: (But I can't say anything about the task Prosecutor Boseman assigned me...)
  • You: (As much as I want to trust Miss Harris, I'm trying to out Councilman Harris' crimes. I can't tell her the truth.)
  • Miss Harris is still looking at me. I slowly look up at her, take a deep breath, and muster the courage to speak.
  • You: I'm sorry. I can't tell you why.
  • Charlotte Harris: I see... Your actions today are...a bit troubling.
  • You: I'm sorry. But thank you for helping me out of that sticky situation.
  • You: I guess I should leave now. Again, I'm sorry.
  • Charlotte Harris: I guess you really aren't telling me anything.
  • You: I'm really sorry, Miss Harris...
  • Charlotte Harris: Stop saying sorry. I think we probably need to get to know each other better.
  • You: Eh? What do you mean?
  • Charlotte Harris: I'll see you out. Call me when you're free, okay?
  • You: Yeah... Thank you for still being so nice to me.
  • Charlotte Harris: We're friends, aren't we? I look forward to your call. We can chat more the next time we meet.
  • You: I hope so. Bye, Miss Harris.



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