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plot problems in Wysteria

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Hero
Nov 22, 2010
749
The storyline for Wysteria is full of plot problems - some small, some pretty big. It's almost like the developers put all their time into making sure the physical objects worked and no time into checking the plot.

How many plot problems have you found? Here's one to start you off:

You are told by everyone that the Ravenwood Ring is very important and you're told you need to keep it safe.
Problem 1: who in their right mind is going to put an item like that in a dresser that isn't even lockable, in a public area? No one over the age of 5. Anyone with any intelligence is going to keep the thing on their person, and probably on a chain around their neck if not on a finger where it CAN'T be stolen.

Problem 2: After the spiral cup is stolen, your ring (though you don't know it) is found where the cup was. YOU are entrusted with the pouch it's in and told to take it to the headmistress. You're also told not to open the pouch. IF they really though you were dishonest enough to steal the cup, why would they think you were honest enough not to look into the pouch? If they thought you were honest enough to deliver the pouch without opening it, why would they even slightly consider you to be dishonest enough to steal the cup?

Okay, what plot problems have you found?

Survivor
May 21, 2008
6
crystalwizard12345... wrote:
Problem 2: After the spiral cup is stolen, your ring (though you don't know it) is found where the cup was. YOU are entrusted with the pouch it's in and told to take it to the headmistress. You're also told not to open the pouch. IF they really though you were dishonest enough to steal the cup, why would they think you were honest enough not to look into the pouch? If they thought you were honest enough to deliver the pouch without opening it, why would they even slightly consider you to be dishonest enough to steal the cup?


Maybe it was a test to see if you tried to steal the pouch.

Benedict knows what's in it. It's easy enough for him to talk to the headmistress. If he asks her if she got the pouch, and she was all "What pouch?" the student would look pretty guilty.