After a time disturbance was reported in 1804 Paris by Chief Scott, Jack and the player headed there to retrieve the dead body of Emperor of France Napoleon Bonaparte, who was found stabbed in the stomach. After gaining enough evidence from a lab analysis, a witness testimony, and a left-behind clue, the team arrested general Lafayette, for the murder. Team coordinator Amy Young thus deemed the player prepared enough to take on a time disturbance in Ancient Egypt, 47 BCE, in Cleopatra's palace.
- Napoleon Bonaparte (found dead in the palace, stabbed in the stomach)
- Bloody Sword
- The killer is right-handed.
- The killer wears fur.
- The killer wears a cockade.
- Investigate Palace. (Clues: Bloody Sword, Victim's Body; Victim identified: Napoleon Bonaparte; Murder Weapon registered: Bloody Sword)
- Autopsy Victim's Body. (00:00:05; Attribute: The killer is right-handed)
- Attribute: The killer wears fur (All tasks above must be done first)
- Investigate Baroque Table. (All tasks above must be done first; Clue: Torn Jacket)
- Examine Torn Jacket. (Result: Jacket; Attribute: The killer wears a cockade)
- Take care of the killer now!
- Move on to a new crime (in Ancient Times)! (No stars)
- This is the only case where all the suspects and the victim are based on actual people.
- This case, The Death of Rosa Wolf, Welcome to Pacific Bay, The Murder of Amanda Love, The Murder of Mrs Stanbury and The Dead and the Beautiful are the only six cases which:
- Like Welcome to Pacific Bay, The Murder of Amanda Love, The Murder of Mrs Stanbury and The Dead and the Beautiful:
- This case has two crime scenes, no "Solve the Puzzle" scene, no "Time Attack" scene, and no "Spot the Differences" scene.
- This case does not include a playable Additional Investigation.
- This case cannot be viewed again once you move on to the next case.
- This case does not include any unlockable stickers.
- This is the only tutorial case that breaks the format of two male suspects and a female victim.