Tactique. Perspicacité.

Cost: 2.
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Discussion. Choisissez un ennemi Humanoïde dans votre lieu et effectuez un test de (3). Augmentez la difficulté de ce test de +X, X étant la valeur de dégât de l'ennemi choisi. En cas de réussite, découvrez 1 indice dans votre lieu et 1 indice dans n'importe quel autre lieu.

Il cachait quelque chose... mais pourquoi ?
John Pacer
Le Cercle Brisé #20.

This card will seem more useful when you remember that parley actions, like fight and evade, don’t provoke attacks of opportunity. So even if someone’s coming at you with a butcher knife, feel free to ask them a few questions. And if you have handcuffs out to use, keep your new pal around as long as you need them. Turns out the real Arkham horror was the way you treat cultists!

MrGoldbee · 1080

This card is in a lot perspective similar to Scene of the Crime, that it is hard to not make a comparison:


  • Cost 2, which is non-trivial in the resource-hungry class.
  • Gather 2 clues in 1 action while ignoring shroud-value and investigate-based effects. Great value! Combat fucused often lack ways to gather even a single clue, let alone multiple clues. Amazing.
  • Requires an enemy at your location. This is kind of annoying, since as a it is your job to kill the enemy at first sight. Spending an action on clue gathering may leave you insufficient action to finish off the enemy, or otherwise more vulnerable to auto-failing attacks.
  • Same set of icons ( + ), which is mildly useful.


  • Does not need to be the first action. It adds some flexibility that you can move into the Humanoid's location before you use this card.
  • 1 of the 2 clues comes from any other location you choose, which may be useful if the enemy does not conveniently spawn on the hard-to-investigate locations.


  • Literally unplayable without an enemy, while Scene of the Crime just become worse but still decent.
  • The enemy needs to have the Humanoid trait, which may not even exist for certain scenarios.
  • This card requires a test of usually 4, which even the best has a realistic chance to fail.

Sadly the comparison with Scene of the Crime is unfavorable. The flexibility that Interrogate offers, IMHO, does not outweigh Scene of the Crime's reliability. That said, Scene of the Crime is the single best clue-gathering card. As a card comparable to it, Interrogate is still quite a good card.

Reasons to run Interrogate in addition to Scene of the Crime:

  • Your party lack clue-gathering power.
  • You know the scenario will contain a lot of Humanoids, like those feature the Dark Cult encounter set. Better if you have access to Adaptable (Leo and Skids).
  • You are Joe Diamond and you want more clue-gathering stuffs in your Hunch deck, and/or need a way to pick up the lost clue due to Unsolved Case.
  • You have the econ to pay both cards.

Reasons to run Interrogate instead of Scene of the Crime:

  • You are playing Solo, that double clue locations are rare. 1 clue each from different locations often cleans both up, which is amazingly good for one action. Keep in mind that enemies are also rarer in Solo, so it could be a bit more situational.
ak45 · 375
Wear your Fine Clothes for better synergy. Could be good in Night of the Zealot, but not other big campaigns. — Ezhaeu · 38

I'd love to see this combo with Wither. The mystic player withers the enemy to reduce it's fight value. And then your 'gator comes in, exposes its weakness while wearing Fine Clothes to make this a doozy test to pass for 2 clues.

Sure, Scene of the Crime might be more efficient and reliable, but this combo's more FUN, right? :-)

acotgreave · 141
Wither and Expose Weakness don't interact with Interrogate in any way. The Interrogate test difficulty depends on the enemy's damage value, not fight value. So you'd need the upgraded Mind Wipe for this. Fine Clothes do work though. — TheNameWasTaken · 3
D'oh. You're absolutely right. I'm seeing "enemy's damage value" and my brain is telling me "fight value". Oops. — acotgreave · 141
That's okay because the real combo (Mind Wipe 3 to reduce damage) is even funnier: Erase his memories, so we can ask him what he knows!! — Death by Chocolate · 815
I feel almost redeemed by enabling the discovery of that comedy thematic combo ;-) — acotgreave · 141