AI: The Somnium Files NirvanA Initiative – Case Closed: Dead At Dvaita (Trophy Achievement) Guide

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The Case Closed: Dead At Dvaita trophy achievement requires players to Clear the VR section Perfectly. This can be done during Chapter 1 with Ryuki.

The Dead At Dvaita section requires you to find out how the lights went off and basically trying to find any leads on how to solve the crime. Solve the crime perfectly to complete this one.

HOW DID THE LIGHTS GET TURNED OFF?

After getting the tutorial on the Truth Reenactment we will then be able to find clues to the Dead at Dvaita case. Our first task is to find out ‘how the lights got turned off’.

We can begin searching for clues by examining the nearby corpse. This will tell us about a CNT Extending From Corpse. This was also tied to the light switch.

Tama will then appear and tell us that dead bodies cannot pull strings. However, Ryuki will continue to mention that the perhaps the body fell from the ceiling and triggered the lights.

HOW DID THE CORPSE FALL DOWN?

Tama will then ask us how the body managed to fall from the ceiling and we will be given several options to choose from. Choose The rigor mortis softened (bottom option).

Ryuki will mention that the body was probably placed on the ceiling. This would allow the body to stay on the ceiling until the rigor mortis softened, which would then cause the body to fall.

WHY DID THE CORPSE BURN?

Our final task is to try and solve the reason behind the corpse suddenly exploding and catching fire. This will put us in the X-Ray Mode.

Once again examine the body and we will find out that there is fuel inside, which happens to get ignited on the slightest impact.

Ryuki will then confirm that the reason behind the sudden exploding and fiery corpse is due to the contraption set up inside the body.

This will about cover all that there is to do here. The Case Closed: Dead at Dvaita trophy achievement should then pop!


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