I suppose, it leaves room for a sequel with Louis's new adventures. Although there are several other daemons mentioned in the game. The child stolen from Venice and other Louis's siblings, including Augustus mentioned in the end. Emily and Emma, even Elizabeth, if she survives the island. The sequel can take place even in another history period due to daemons' longevity.
Looks like the developers simply forgot about it. I received the traits for Napoleon, Wollner and Holm's traits at the start of Episode 5, because the decided there should be no more traits left. Or maybe it was a bug from the start and nobody simply knew it. I wonder, whether you receive the appropriate talents for profiling earlier in the game in the current version. You should complete Napoleon and Wollner in Chapter 3 and Holm in Episode 4.
Although several characters are left with incomplete profiles: Sarah, Asahel and maybe Servant (found another trait after posting, not sure it's the last one).
Several times in the episode vulnerabilities don't work.
- Conversation with a servant, guarding small salon.
- Wollner's confrontation in chapter 9.
- Piaggi's confrontation in chapter 10 (only one of them).
Also, there may be a bug with Napoleon's resolution in chapter 9 - people cannot succeed in it.
Can we gain the experience for vulnerabilities (and add them to the journal) and the task retroactively after a patch or should we replay the episode?
Recently I re-played the 2 episodes (and yet again the game surprised me with new opportunities) and noticed another hint right at the start of the game. Emily says you have already met in London four years ago in the prime minister's office, but Louis doesn't recall it at all. When you meet Sarah in the dungeon, she asks, who you are. From the start of the game there were many Amber series easter eggs, and I think, that there is at least one copy of the protagonist somewhere. Maybe Hillsborough twins aren't even sisters, but copies from different Amber reflections. Maybe the servants wear masks, because they all look alike and it's actually the same person.
The EP2 is quite different from the pilot episode. It's still good and interesting. I love the way you educate players and reward real-life erudition. This episode was more about puzzles and investigation, but lacked the game's unique features. Please add more confrontations and opportunities in the next episodes. This episode indeed had less quests than the 1st one, but it still takes same circa 3 hours to complete, even during a replay, when you already have solved the puzzles. I would like to have more acts in the future for leveling up purposes.
In short, keep the good work up! The only real downside is necessity to wait for the next episode for another 2 months.