History Characters / AceAttorneyVictims

6th Feb '16 1:57:19 PM Peridonyx
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* RedemptionRejection: At the end of "Turnabout Target", he actually seems shocked and remorseful enough to start turning over a new leaf. [[spoiler:It's all an act -- he then proceeds to try to scapegoat Horace Knightley in "The Imprisoned Turnabout", and "The Grand Turnabout" ultimately reveals that he's actually a fake President, responsible for the real one's murder out of petty jealousy, and the leader of an international conspiracy that are even willing to kill children in order to cover their tracks (It's even heavily implied that the fake would've killed John Marsh, the real President's long-lost son, had the BigBad not stepped in and killed the fake first.).]]
2nd Feb '16 10:30:17 AM totoofze47
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Mia Fey dying isn't a spoiler. I figured I'd also add a warning to the top of the page; the site's rules about trope names not being spoilered could very well lead to unintentional spoilers.
If you are looking for [[spoiler:Mia Fey, Gregory Edgeworth, Robert Hammond, Jill Crane, or Kazuma Asougi]], then you'll want to go to [[Characters/AceAttorneyDefenseAttorneysAndAssistants Defense Attorneys and Assistants]].
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If you are looking for [[spoiler:Mia Mia Fey, Gregory [[spoiler:Gregory Edgeworth, Robert Hammond, Jill Crane, or Kazuma Asougi]], then you'll want to go to [[Characters/AceAttorneyDefenseAttorneysAndAssistants Defense Attorneys and Assistants]].

If you are looking for [[spoiler:Mia Fey, Gregory Edgeworth, Robert Hammond, Jill Crane, or Kazuma Asougi]], then you'll want to go to [[Characters/AceAttorneyDefenseAttorneysAndAssistants Defense Attorneys Also, since this page is about victims and Assistants]]. other dead people, '''beware of spoilers'''.

%% commented out as dual-trope entry with a slash, see HowToWriteAnExample * CaptainObvious[=/=]DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: "My clinic isn't seeing nearly as many patients nowadays. Do you understand what that means!? It means they're not coming to my clinic!"
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%% commented out as dual-trope entry with a slash, see HowToWriteAnExample * CaptainObvious[=/=]DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: CaptainObvious: When he complains about his lack of patients: "My clinic isn't seeing nearly as many patients nowadays. Do you understand what that means!? It means they're not coming to my clinic!"clinic!" * DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: Again, when he complains about his lack of patients.

%% commented out as dual-trope entry with a slash, see HowToWriteAnExample * CaptainObvious[=/=]DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: "My clinic isn't seeing nearly as many patients nowadays. Do you understand LifesavingMisfortune: [[spoiler:Inverted. His winning at the lottery is what that means!? It means they're not coming led to my clinic!"his death. TheJudge lampshaded the tragical irony of the situation.]]

%% commented out as dual-trope entry with a slash, see HowToWriteAnExample * BilingualBonus[=/=]MeaningfulName: Her name means "Two Names" in French.
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%% commented out as dual-trope entry with a slash, see HowToWriteAnExample * BilingualBonus[=/=]MeaningfulName: BilingualBonus: Her name is a corruption of "deux" (French for "two"), and the suffix -nim, which alludes to names. Essentially, this means she has "Two Names" in French.Names", [[spoiler:hinting at her true identity]].

%% commented out as dual-trope entry with a slash, see HowToWriteAnExample * BilingualBonus[=/=]MeaningfulName: Her name means "Two Names" in French.MeaningfulName: See BilingualBonus. [[spoiler:She has two names: Elise Deauxnim and Misty Fey.]]

%%* PunnyName
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%%* PunnyName* PunnyName: Comes from "buck wheat", the stuff that made him rich and ironically caused his death.

%%* NiceHat
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%%* NiceHat* NiceHat: A classic yet badass detective fedora.
28th Jan '16 7:52:22 PM Peridonyx
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** But played straight by Shelly de Killer, who, in a HitmanWithAHeart moment, considers him enough of a WorthyOpponent to even get Edgeworth to solve his murder.
17th Jan '16 9:34:48 PM Menarker
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Slight context addon
* TragicKeepsake: [[spoiler: Jack Shipley keeps her walkie-talkie around as a reminder of what happened.]]
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* TragicKeepsake: [[spoiler: Jack Shipley keeps her walkie-talkie around as a reminder of what happened. It ends up being critical to the case.]]
29th Dec '15 11:33:56 AM rafi
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%%* CrimeAfterCrime
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%%* CrimeAfterCrime* CrimeAfterCrime: He was a seemingly normal man who accidentally killed a cyclist in a car accident, and then proceeded to go on a killing spree in an attempt to cover up this initial accident.
29th Dec '15 11:09:23 AM PixelKnight
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If you are looking for [[spoiler:Mia Fey, Gregory Edgeworth, Robert Hammond, or Jill Crane]], then you'll want to go to [[Characters/AceAttorneyDefenseAttorneysAndAssistants Defense Attorneys and Assistants]].
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If you are looking for [[spoiler:Mia Fey, Gregory Edgeworth, Robert Hammond, or Jill Crane]], Crane, or Kazuma Asougi]], then you'll want to go to [[Characters/AceAttorneyDefenseAttorneysAndAssistants Defense Attorneys and Assistants]].
18th Dec '15 5:44:29 PM rjd1922
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He was 42.
* EvilOldFolks: Another interpretation of his light hair is that he's just in his 50's or older.
25th Nov '15 3:00:21 PM FF32
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* CruelAndUnusualDeath: One of the strangest and most brutal in the series, this guy was crushed to death, and his autopsy indicats ''nearly every bone in his body was broken.'' At first he was thought to have been [[spoiler:stepped on by a monster]]. Naturally this turns out to be wrong... [[FromACertainPointOfView or not quite]], as [[spoiler:a prop monster head for a film set had falled around the time of his death]]. But this ''too'' isn't what did it. The real cause, perhaps even stranger than any of those? [[spoiler:''He was hit with a hot air balloon.'' Yes, really]].
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* CruelAndUnusualDeath: One of the strangest and most brutal in the series, this guy was crushed to death, and his autopsy indicats ''nearly every bone in his body was broken.'' At first he was thought to have been [[spoiler:stepped on by a monster]]. Naturally this turns out to be wrong... [[FromACertainPointOfView [[MetaphoricallyTrue or not quite]], as [[spoiler:a prop monster head for a film set had falled around the time of his death]]. But this ''too'' isn't what did it. The real cause, perhaps even stranger than any of those? [[spoiler:''He was hit with a hot air balloon.'' Yes, really]].
17th Nov '15 4:41:46 PM Obiwanlivesforever2
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* CassandraTruth: One of the only people to see through [[spoiler: Dahlia's]] facade. His warning to [[spoiler: Phoenix]] goes unheeded and leads to his death.
17th Nov '15 1:48:52 PM Unregistered
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* CadreOfForeignBodyguards: He hired a private security firm during his visit at Gourd Lake. It is eventually explained that the reason for this was a combination of Teikun O's strained relationship with the police force of Zheng Fa as well as his popularity numbers being in the gutter.
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