A guide for L.A. Noire case Manifest Destiny. Follow this guide to find all the clues, answer all the questions correctly, and get a five-star rating. After a brief introductory cut-scene, it’s time to get started on your last Vice Desk case. Go to the crime scene at the 111 Club.
The 111 Club
When you arrive at the 111 Club, go inside for brief cut-scene. You’ll get a few POI’s, and then start looking for clues. You can take a look at the body by the bar, which will update your POI but not give you a clue. Turn around and turn left out the door to go into another room with a body. There’s no clue here either, but it’s good to check everything just in case. Go back into the room where you looked at the first body. Go to the right past the bar and into the room with the stage.
In the middle of the room on the floor there is a trumpet case. Investigate the trumpet case carefully; pick up each mouth piece and put it back down to reveal a secret compartment in the case. In the secret compartment on the left is the clue: Blue Room pass. To the right of that is a syringe, which will update your clue: Morphine.
When you are finished with the trumpet case, investigate the body on the floor behind you. In the right jacket pocket, you will find a syrette, again updating your clue: Morphine. Continue through the door to the right of the stage.
In this room there are some very interesting clues. Directly in front of you when you walk in the room is a large crate of cigarettes. Investigate them to get the clue: Valor cigarettes. To the right of that, investigate the gun rack to find the clue: BARs. After some conversation with your partner, you’ll also get the clue: Coolridge Heist.
After finding all the clues, head back into the room where you investigated the first body, the room with the circular bar. It’s time to question the hostess:
- 111 Club shooting incident >> Choose “Doubt.”
- Knowledge of McGoldrick >> Choose “Truth.”
That’s it for the 111 Club. Remember you found the Blue Room pass in the trumpet case. Head over there to continue the case.