History Characters / AceAttorneyVictims

29th Apr '16 3:13:43 AM tlst9999
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* KillAndReplace: [[spoiler: The president's body double replaced him after planning his murder.]]
20th Apr '16 3:27:09 AM BottledFire
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A [[spoiler:world-renowned sculptor]], who collaborated with [[spoiler:Dane Gustava]] in the dessert-making contest as a pastry chef. He betrayed him and had his son, [[spoiler:Knightley tie up Gustava's son]] so that he couldn't help him in the contest. Afterwards, he caught him stealing Masters's recipe which could temporarily give him the [[spoiler:ability to taste, which he lacked.]] Isaac found out about this and tried to blackmail him, so he was killed.

* AbsuiveParents: [[spoiler: He ordered his own son to kidnap Gustava's son. According to the flashback, Dover's kid carried it out because he was ''that'' scared of his father]].

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A [[spoiler:world-renowned sculptor]], who collaborated with [[spoiler:Dane Gustava]] in the dessert-making contest as a pastry chef. He betrayed him and had his son, [[spoiler:Knightley tie up Gustava's son]] so that he couldn't help him in the contest. Afterwards, he caught him [[spoiler: Gustava]] stealing Masters's recipe which could temporarily give him the [[spoiler:ability to taste, which he lacked.]] Isaac found out about this and tried to blackmail him, so he was killed.

* AbsuiveParents: AbusiveParents: [[spoiler: He ordered his own son to kidnap Gustava's son. According to the flashback, Dover's kid carried it out because he was ''that'' scared of his father]].
17th Apr '16 12:50:18 PM universalperson
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* AbsuiveParents: [[spoiler: He ordered his own son to kidnap Gustava's son. According to the flashback, Dover's kid carried it out because he was ''that'' scared of his father]].



%%* DeathByOriginStory

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* PosthumousCharacter: She is dead by the time the story begins. Also, she seems to have died of natural causes.
7th Apr '16 12:02:18 PM MisterVercetti
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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler:Zig-zagged like crazy. His original intent for going to Studio 2 was to kill Dee Vasquez and frame Will Powers for the crime. He himself gets killed by Dee (albeit unintentionally), yet Will Powers still ends up getting blamed for ''his'' death.]]
31st Mar '16 9:10:30 PM AmbystomaMaculatum
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* PunnyName: "Cease, You!"

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* PunnyName: "Cease, You!"
You!" or "cc: you"
31st Mar '16 7:56:12 AM Peridonyx
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* SympatheticMurderer: Arguably; everyone discusses him as if he were a borderline monster, but when you finally learn his backstory and motive (and him even trying to surrender), he seems psychotic instead of evil.

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* SympatheticMurderer: Arguably; everyone Arguably. Everyone discusses him as if he were a borderline monster, but when you finally learn his backstory and motive (and him even trying to surrender), he seems psychotic instead of evil.



* JerkassHasAPoint: While he is a jerk and has a largely selfish motive for wanting Mimi to confess to her wrongdoing, it's implied that he is right and that she was the one at fault.



* 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.).]]

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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", 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 (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.).first).]]
17th Mar '16 12:07:49 PM Angeldeb82
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Because the ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' cases are AlwaysMurder, there's always at least one victim. Most have a face and a name, but other than that there are almost never any tropes associated with them. Regardless, we're striving for [[HundredPercentCompletion 100% completion]] here, they'll just be shoved aside here. However, if you happen to find ANY tropes that fits them, add them without hesitation (impossible in some cases, but it never hurts to try).

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Because the ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' cases are AlwaysMurder, there's always at least one victim. Most have a face and a name, but other than that there are almost never any tropes associated with them. Regardless, we're striving for [[HundredPercentCompletion 100% completion]] HundredPercentCompletion here, they'll just be shoved aside here. However, if you happen to find ANY tropes that fits them, add them without hesitation (impossible in some cases, but it never hurts to try).



* AssholeVictim: More than a few. They range from mere [[JerkAss jerkasses]] to people who are as evil, if not more so, than their killers. [[spoiler: Averted in ''Dual Destinies'']], where every victim is completely innocent, law-abiding, and nice, which makes it [[TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth all the sadder]].

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* AssholeVictim: More than a few. They range from mere [[JerkAss jerkasses]] {{jerkass}}es to people who are as evil, if not more so, than their killers. [[spoiler: Averted in ''Dual Destinies'']], where every victim is completely innocent, law-abiding, and nice, which makes it [[TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth all the sadder]].



* ChildhoodFriendRomance: [[spoiler:Of the Unlucky type: Regina isn't really aware of the gravity of his situation, but is still willing to entertain Max and Trilo's affections despite Bat's attempt to date her. Poor guy.]]



* UnluckyChildhoodFriend: [[spoiler:Regina isn't really aware of the gravity of his situation, but is still willing to entertain Max and Trilo's affections despite Bat's attempt to date her. Poor guy.]]

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* UnluckyChildhoodFriend: [[spoiler:Regina isn't really aware of the gravity of his situation, but is still willing to entertain Max and Trilo's affections despite Bat's attempt to date her. Poor guy.]]
6th Mar '16 11:49:25 AM BeholdTheTheremin
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A visiting doctor and professor from England, who has been teaching at Yūmei Academy for three years. Was shot and killed in the restaurant La Quantos.

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A visiting doctor and professor from England, who has been teaching at Yūmei Academy for three years. Was [[spoiler:poisoned and then made to look like he was]] shot and killed in the restaurant La Quantos.
22nd Feb '16 8:04:42 PM Siggu
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* CosmicPlaything: A villainous case. ''Nothing'' goes right for Darke the instant he accidentally kills someone in a car crash - every single attempt to LeaveNoWitnesses ends up creating more witnesses instead, so he instead surrenders to the police. When he tries to escape while being interrogated, he takes Ema Skye hostage, but ends up being overpowered by prosecutor Neil Marshall in a fight[[spoiler:, then knocked out unconscious by Ema]]. [[spoiler: As a final nail in his coffin, the trial that sentenced Darke to death involved forged evidence (Although the verdict itself is something no character complains about), and accused him of being Marshall's murderer - the one murder he did ''not'' cause]].

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* CosmicPlaything: A villainous case. ''Nothing'' goes right for Darke the instant he accidentally kills someone in a car crash - every single attempt to LeaveNoWitnesses ends up creating more witnesses instead, so he instead surrenders to the police. When he tries to escape while being interrogated, he takes Ema Skye hostage, but ends up being is overpowered by prosecutor Neil Marshall in a fight[[spoiler:, then knocked out unconscious by Ema]]. [[spoiler: As a final nail in his coffin, the trial that sentenced Darke to death involved forged evidence (Although the verdict itself is something no character complains about), and accused him of being Marshall's murderer - the one murder he did ''not'' cause]].



* HairTodayGoneTomorrow: [[spoiled: Although it's not clear how much hair he had while working in the Troupe Gramarye (As he was always depicted wearing his NiceHat), he's almost completely bald by the time of his death]].

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* HairTodayGoneTomorrow: [[spoiled: [[spoiler: Although it's not clear how much hair he had while working in the Troupe Gramarye (As he was always depicted wearing his NiceHat), he's almost completely bald by the time of his death]].
22nd Feb '16 8:03:35 PM Siggu
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* CosmicPlaything: A villainous case. ''Nothing'' goes right for Darke the instant he accidentally kills someone in a car crash - every single attempt to LeaveNoWitnesses ends up creating more witnesses instead, so he instead surrenders to the police. When he tries to escape while being interrogated, he takes Ema Skye hostage, but ends up being overpowered by prosecutor Neil Marshall in a fight[[spoiler:, then knocked out unconscious by Ema]]. [[spoiler: As a final nail in his coffin, the trial that sentenced Darke to death involved forged evidence (Although the verdict itself is something no character complains about), and accused him of being Marshall's murderer - the one murder he did ''not'' cause]].


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* HairTodayGoneTomorrow: [[spoiled: Although it's not clear how much hair he had while working in the Troupe Gramarye (As he was always depicted wearing his NiceHat), he's almost completely bald by the time of his death]].
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