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Problem Sleuth is the third MS Paint Adventure. Initially a parody of detective noir stories, though quickly abandoning that premise in favor of stranger and wackier plot directions, the adventure tells the story of Problem Sleuth, Ace Dick and Pickle Inspector, three competing private detectives who operate out of neighboring offices in the same building. When all three become trapped inside their respective offices, they join forces to find a way out of their predicament and defeat the evil Mobster Kingpin, who possesses the key they need to leave their building.
Problem Sleuth debuted on March 10, 2008, relaunching MS Paint Adventures after the abandonment of Bard Quest eight months earlier caused the site to be shut down indefinitely. Exactly one year later, on March 10, 2009, the central storyline reached its conclusion, and, after the release of an additional epilogue chapter, Problem Sleuth ended on April 7 with a total of 1,673 pages.
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What's new on the MSPA Wiki
We've finally implemented a policy on how we're going to handle this massive influx of new dubiously canon content, with the policy available for reading over at MSPA Wiki:Canonicity. As this is a massive project we've only split up a few pages thus far, and many of them are stubs! Please feel free to contribute to adding new content.
Yep, we've finally entered the... er, what century is this, again? Head on over and say hi, it's a great way to chat to other wiki users about topics both Serious Business and Ridiculous Folly!
Just when you thought this year's surprises were over, What Pumpkin and co. have kicked it up to the next level by releasing Homestuck 2. What? Yes, really. You heard us. Home-hecking-stuck 2.
The new story continues directly on from the end of The Homestuck Epilogues and continues their tradition of fuzzy canonicity. The work is "post-Canon", and while we're still not entirely sure what that means, it was outlined by Andrew Hussie, is being written and drawn by a team of previous collaborators, and being officially released by What Pumpkin.
A week after the prologues, the entirety of the epilogues of dubious canonicity has been posted as you follow the consequences from a simple picnic food choice. It's a lot of content: 88 pages of prose! Buckle in for a lot of reading.
Nothing else of note ever happens on this date, of course. Nope.