You know, it might not be an actual battle. It might be more like just self abuse. So when I was growing up, we the game 221b Baker Street, and I think, at least one of its expansions. It was this game here: http://www.amazon.com/Baker-Street-...9407898&sr=1-1&keywords=Master Detective Game You had a map of London, and a directory with all the suspects and a separate little "case file" story for each murder. It was fun. The whole family liked it and my sister especially played it until the case files were just rags and scotch tape. I was thinking of getting in a few years for my niece. But I was browsing RPS today and they had a post about this game - Sherlock Holmes, Consulting Detective - which has just been reissued in a scrumptious new edition and now I have lust in my heart. http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2013/01/28/cardboard-children-sherlock-holmes/#more-139927 http://www.amazon.com/Sherlock-Holm...keywords=sherlock holmes consulting detective The RPS article is clever and all but I would have a traded a little clever for a bit of factuality. It sounds just like the 221b game - the map, the case files, etc. So has anyone played either game? Are they the same game with different packaging? Is the one as fun as the other or what?