History YMMV / MysteryCaseFiles

28th Aug '17 1:28:17 PM maxwellsilver
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* NightmareFuel: Increasing with each game in the ''Ravenhearst'' arc.
** People who have a phobia of skeletons would do well to keep away from these games, particularly ''13th Skull'' (as the name would imply).
** The fates of the performers in ''Madame Fate'' are all sorts of grisly. We have Art [[spoiler: stuffing his mouth with cigars, smoking himself to death]], Dante [[spoiler: being hung ''by his own tongue'']], and Francesco [[spoiler: being so hungry he died after ''eating a horse''.]]
** ''Escape From Ravenhearst'' comes with a trigger warning on the download page for a ''reason''. [[spoiler: Multiple reasons, in fact - among them, implied child abuse and a patient's eye view of a Victorian insane asylum.]]
* NoYay: Charles and the Master Detective's interactions in ''Escape from Ravenhearst''. First, he asks her to [[spoiler: "give birth to him"]]. [[ItMakesSenseInContext She does]]. Then he pulls off [[spoiler: an AccidentalMarriage trick]] on her. Gah.

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* NightmareFuel: Increasing with each game in the ''Ravenhearst'' arc.
** People who have a phobia of skeletons would do well to keep away from these games, particularly ''13th Skull'' (as the name would imply).
** The fates of the performers in ''Madame Fate'' are all sorts of grisly. We have Art [[spoiler: stuffing his mouth with cigars, smoking himself to death]], Dante [[spoiler: being hung ''by his own tongue'']], and Francesco [[spoiler: being so hungry he died after ''eating a horse''.]]
** ''Escape From Ravenhearst'' comes with a trigger warning on the download page for a ''reason''. [[spoiler: Multiple reasons, in fact - among them, implied child abuse and a patient's eye view of a Victorian insane asylum.]]
* NoYay: Charles and the Master Detective's interactions in ''Escape from Ravenhearst''. First, he asks her to [[spoiler: "give birth to him"]]. [[ItMakesSenseInContext She does]].does. Then he pulls off [[spoiler: an AccidentalMarriage trick]] on her. Gah.
29th Dec '16 1:40:46 PM ProfessorDetective
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* NoYay: Charles and detective's interactions in ''Escape from Ravenhearst''. First, he asks her to [[spoiler: "give birth to him"]]. [[ItMakesSenseInContext She does]]. Then he pulls off [[spoiler: an AccidentalMarriage trick]] on her. Gah.

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* NoYay: Charles and detective's the Master Detective's interactions in ''Escape from Ravenhearst''. First, he asks her to [[spoiler: "give birth to him"]]. [[ItMakesSenseInContext She does]]. Then he pulls off [[spoiler: an AccidentalMarriage trick]] on her. Gah.
30th Oct '15 3:38:51 PM Sharlee
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: The revelation in ''Key'' that [[spoiler: Charles fathered Gwendolyn and Charlotte, not just Victor,]] suggests that Rose may not have been as fragile or innocent as she'd seemed to be in the earlier games. [[spoiler: Indeed, if she was sleeping with Charles while still living as Mr. Somersett's wife, it's conceivable that she'd attempted to help Emma escape out of ''jealousy'', not fear for Emma's own welfare.]] And Charles probably knew it, hence his mistreatment of Rose while she was his ReplacementGoldfish for Emma.
1st Aug '15 10:20:36 PM LadyNorbert
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* NoYay: Charles and detective's interactions in ''Escape from Ravenhearst''. First, he asks her to [[spoiler: "give birth to him"]]. [[ItMakesSenseInContext She does]]. Then he pulls off [[spoiler: an AccidentalMarriage trick]] on her. Gah.

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* NoYay: Charles and detective's interactions in ''Escape from Ravenhearst''. First, he asks her to [[spoiler: "give birth to him"]]. [[ItMakesSenseInContext She does]]. Then he pulls off [[spoiler: an AccidentalMarriage trick]] on her. Gah.Gah.
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16th Feb '15 9:37:46 PM TVRulezAgain
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* CompleteMonster: If you didn't think Alister Dalimar was one before, [[spoiler:learning that he killed his ''own daughter'' in order to kick off a clan feud that plays into his plan for gaining immortality]], you'd think he is now. The detective even comments that he's a complete madman, if he's still a man.
23rd Nov '14 8:41:50 AM missmoon
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* CompleteMonster: If you didn't think Alister Dalimar was one before, [[spoiler:learning that he killed his ''own daughter'' in order to kick off a clan feud that plays into his plan for gaining immortality]], you'd think he is now. The detective even comments that he's a complete madman, if he's still a man.
27th Feb '14 4:15:48 PM PriceCheck
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* AssPull: The ending of ''Fate's Carnival''. [[spoiler: As it turns out the diary that you find at the very end of the game that you use the dagger on? It's fake. How does the master detective stop Alister? Well apparently the diary they found at the ''beginning of the game'' is the real one, and they use their "Silver MCF Badge" to lay the killing blow!]]
30th Nov '13 11:22:31 PM Camilla
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* AssPull: The ending of ''Fate's Carnival''. [[spoiler: As it turns out the diary that you find at the very end of the game that you use the dagger on? It's fake. How does the master detective stop Alister? Well apparently the diary they found at the ''beginning of the game'' is the real one, and they use their "Silver MCF Badge" to lay the killing blow!]]
11th Aug '13 10:00:25 PM LadyNorbert
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* NightmareFuel: Increasing with each game, at least in the PC versions.

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* NightmareFuel: Increasing with each game, at least game in the PC versions.''Ravenhearst'' arc.



** ''Escape From Ravenhearst'' comes with a trigger warning on the download page for a ''reason''. [[spoiler: Multiple reasons, in fact -- implied child abuse and a patient's eye view of a Victorian insane asylum.]]

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** ''Escape From Ravenhearst'' comes with a trigger warning on the download page for a ''reason''. [[spoiler: Multiple reasons, in fact -- - among them, implied child abuse and a patient's eye view of a Victorian insane asylum.]]
10th Aug '13 8:59:22 PM TVRulezAgain
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* CompleteMonster: ''Ravenhearst'''s Charles Dalimar seems like a StalkerWithACrush, hence is at least somewhat comprehensible as a villain, but he's become this trope in spades by ''Return''.
** His mother also, assuming [[spoiler: the re-creation of his childhood home for ''Escape'']] is accurate.
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