I’m currently writing a part where you are talking to the suspect. A one Dr. Hiram Alexander Reeves. You can introduce yourself as a member of Silver Cross Inc or a concerned family member.
Now my question is during this scene you can warn the doctor of your reason for being here. Your choices and his response will differ depending on how you introduce yourself. So I’ve got two hidden stats;
Warning - a number that increases with certain choices.
Warned - a boolean that is trigger when warning rises above a certain number.
Now one of the questions you can ask is if he has seen anything strange in the hospital which increases warning by 1. However, I’m thinking that it would be an odd question for a concerned family member to ask so it should increase it by a further 1 (so 2 in total).
Does that sound right to you? Or would that be too harsh?