Since the Conspiracy, the final three cases have failed to live up to the standards set by it. They were too short, with characters not as well developed or fleshed out. SI should have had a case for each state, except Alaska and Hawaii. I think the following changes should have been made:
-More cases and districts
-More character development, especially for Luke, Felix, and Ben.
-The battle against the demons should have been longer with the Supernatural Alliance playing an important role.
-Jacob and Falcon reconciling as Jacob realized that Falcon was right about him needing his guidance.
-Luke gains a newfound respect for Fabien after his arrest for Roxanne's murder.
-Gwen is on better terms with Bathsheba.
-We meet the rest of Gwen's family including her father and brother.
-Rubarae gives birth to her heir.
-Morgana actually gets her comeuppance.
-The lighthouse plays a role in the demonic invasion.
One killer that I believed deserved a happier ending was Heather Night, and I'm sure we all agree! We should have arrested Morgana for her role in Belinda's death after depowering her. After we hand Morgana over to the authorities, the police, already been informed of the circumstances of Heather's 'crime', offer her a chance to testify against Morgana in exchange for the charge to be reduced to manslaughter with a reduced sentence, which Heather gratefully accepts. The team stays around to ensure justice is done and Morgana is sent to a maximum security prison for life while Heather is sent to another prison for manslaughter for a much lighter sentence and Scry For Help ends on a more positive note.
There also should have been an extra arc between the Midwest and the East where Morgana escapes with help from demons and the team pursues her. During the 'Mideast' section, the team later learns that Heather has also been captured by the demons, but they find proof she managed to escape. After learning of Heather's misery in prison over what she has done to Belinda, the team realizes that she is danger to herself and that they need to find her before the authorities do. Having lost Morgana's trail, the team focuses on finding Heather, locating her choker and encounter Christophe the owl who is searching for his mistress. With Christophe's help, they track down Heather.
During the murder investigation in the wilderness, Luke who is the player's partner, finally locates Heather on the brink of death, having no energy to fight hypothermia due to hunger, blood loss, and exposure. While Heather wants to die, Luke convinces her of the team's sincerity in helping her and they nurse her back to health. Following the investigation, Luke, feeling sympathy for her and that he understands her desire to belong due to years of being in foster families and was a former delinquent, convinces the team to let Heather stay with them so she can have a chance of redemption, though Jacob warns him that they will be harboring a fugitive and that he will be held responsible if they are caught. Heather told the team that the demon who captured her from prison tried to assure her that it meant no harm, but she didn't trust him out of fear. The final case of the Mideast before we go to the East reveals that Arthur was the demon who captured Heather, though he did so in order to protect her because Morgana was planning on sending a demon to the prison to kill her in revenge for her 'betrayal'.
During her time with the team, Heather attempts suicide over depression that the majority of her relatives have disowned her for being a witch and a killer, but Luke and the rest of the team help her understand that there are still people who care about her. Heather eventually befriends Tilly, runs afoul of Dolores, makes peace with Belinda's ghost and her 'crime', finds membership with a coven in the Supernatural Alliance, and finally redeems herself taking revenge against Morgana, all while falling in love with Luke who stands by her side as a true friend through all her hardships. Though she is returned to prison by the authorities at the very end, she is happier and at peace with herself, with Luke promising to visit whenever he can and wait for her when she is released. Thus, she gets a happier ending.