This guide will be showing you how to obtain all endings in Ms. Director. Note that this guide contains spoilers of the game. Continue reading at your own risk.
To get this ending all you need to do is accept the director’s bribe in the final confrontation with her in the basement. You have two chances to accept the bribe, and when you do will affect your dialogue with Ida in the ballroom when you’re leaving.
This ending is also slightly different depending on whether or not you watched Ida’s Reel earlier in the game. It only changes right at the end, though. so the rest of it is mostly the same. These small variations do not get their own end cards because I felt they weren’t noticeable enough for their own ones
So Long Partner
this ending is fairly easy to get. If you didn’t watch her reel and didn’t look for extra dialogue with Ida after you got here, you get this ending after refusing the director’s bribe both times.
Change of Plans
This ending only requires you to refuse the director’s bribes and you watch Ida’s reel before entering the basement. Ida’s reel can be found in the study after Ida has started haunting you on the shelf on the left.
Partners in Crime Solving
originally didn’t have a unique end card, but ending three’s dialogue felt way too different to not getting a unique end card. To get this one, you need to refuse all the director’s bribes, have watched Ida’s reel, AND have explored places you’d already been with her. Eg. Checking objects in room 2, the prop room, or other optional places/objects. You need to have found at least 3 different ones, which should be fairly easy with minor backtracking.
Note: The game’s been updated now to where you need to help the nurse and maid ghosts in order to get this ending on top of finding the reel and some minor interactions with Ida. have fun.
Arguably the easiest ending to get. You just believe what the director says right out the gate and take your first out. No other criteria need to be met for this ending. just play along. That’s all
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