History Fridge / AceAttorney

18th Jul '16 12:57:42 PM Anderling
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*** [[http://tikkikwami.tumblr.com/post/125503495120/goombella123-your-life-bar-is-the-judges The penalty bar is the judge's patience!]]
13th Jul '16 7:48:09 PM Monolaf317
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** More a fridge TearJerker, but as of ''Spirit of Justice'', Maya is now 28...and is now older than her big sister, who died at 27.

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** More a fridge TearJerker, but as of ''Spirit of Justice'', Maya is now 28...and is now older than her big sister, who died at 27.27.
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13th Jul '16 7:46:51 PM Monolaf317
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* From the first game, although there's no evidence to support it, while interrogating [[spoiler:Polly the parrot]], Phoenix points out their possible relation to [[spoiler: Yanni Yogi]]. Of course, von Karma objects, saying "Bah! A mere coincidence, that's all! My granddaughter has a dog she calls "Phoenix". Well, Mr. Phoenix Wright? Does this make you my granddaughter's fiancee!? She's only seven years old!!!" Now, this is a bit of an offhand statement, until you consider von Karma's ''children''. He only really has Edgeworth and Franziska, and Edgeworth isn't actually his son. So unless there's another mystery child, the mother of the supposed grand-daughter could only be Fraziska. Since she's 18 in Justice for all, she would be 17 in this game, making her a mother at 10 years old. It was all foreshadowing of the existence of another von Karma who is [[AllThereInTheManual Fransizka's sibling]] who we have yet to meet.

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* From the first game, although there's no evidence to support it, while interrogating [[spoiler:Polly the parrot]], Phoenix points out their possible relation to [[spoiler: Yanni Yogi]]. Of course, von Karma objects, saying "Bah! A mere coincidence, that's all! My granddaughter has a dog she calls "Phoenix". Well, Mr. Phoenix Wright? Does this make you my granddaughter's fiancee!? She's only seven years old!!!" Now, this is a bit of an offhand statement, until you consider von Karma's ''children''. He only really has Edgeworth and Franziska, and Edgeworth isn't actually his son. So unless there's another mystery child, the mother of the supposed grand-daughter could only be Fraziska. Since she's 18 in Justice for all, she would be 17 in this game, making her a mother at 10 years old. It was all foreshadowing of the existence of another von Karma who is [[AllThereInTheManual Fransizka's sibling]] who we have yet to meet.
12th Jul '16 1:20:59 PM Cyberlink420
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** Similarly, for Apollo Justice, "Appearances Can Be Deceiving", if you take into account [[spoiler:Phoenix being disbarred but still being very much on the ball and active in the legal world, Kristoph and Klavier's bandmate being evil, Lamiroir being blind rather than Machi, and the whole debacle with forged evidence.]]

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** Similarly, for Apollo Justice, "Appearances Can Be Deceiving", if you take into account [[spoiler:Phoenix being disbarred but still being very much on the ball and active in the legal world, Kristoph and Klavier's bandmate being evil, Lamiroir being blind rather than Machi, and the whole debacle with forged evidence.]]]]
** More a fridge TearJerker, but as of ''Spirit of Justice'', Maya is now 28...and is now older than her big sister, who died at 27.
17th Jun '16 5:14:31 AM normal19
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* In the climax of the final case of ''Dual Destinies'', [[spoiler: the phantom is sniped in the middle of his VillainousBreakdown. Considering how everyone was so afraid of Blackquill for the rest of the game, it seems strange how no one so much as jumps out of their seat at the sound of gunfire, and even the judge just calmly states that the police were dispatched after the sniper. However, assassins have figured into the story multiple times before, and they've made it very clear that they never harm anyone they don't target.]]
17th Jun '16 2:20:54 AM Nepeta
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*** Interestingly, purple is also associated with death in Asia; reflecting how 'Fey' means 'Close to death'.
16th Jun '16 8:53:37 AM Nepeta
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* Edgeworth wore a little light blue back in the days, also hinting at the trauma of his past, and reflecting the influence of the von Karma's. Later he stopped wearing blue, as he wants to get over it.

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* ** Edgeworth wore a little light blue back in the days, also hinting at the trauma of his past, and reflecting the influence of the von Karma's. Later he stopped wearing blue, as he wants to get over it.
16th Jun '16 8:53:08 AM Nepeta
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*** Edgeworth wore a little light blue back in the days.


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* Edgeworth wore a little light blue back in the days, also hinting at the trauma of his past, and reflecting the influence of the von Karma's. Later he stopped wearing blue, as he wants to get over it.
15th Jun '16 8:47:59 AM Nepeta
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** The trio of lawyers at the Wright Anything Agency as the three primary colours. Phoenix is blue, representing his role as mentor and the balance in the agency, with his red tie hinting at his reckless and emotionally-driven streak and the gold of his locket chain representing the hope he still holds onto, years after he became a lawyer. Apollo is red, representing his loud and brash attitude at the start of his game and his tendency to be driven by emotion at times, with his blue tie hinting at the sorrows he would also face. Athena is yellow, representing stubborn hope and happiness, matching her determined personality, with her blue tie hinting at the trauma of her past.

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*** Edgeworth wore a little light blue back in the days.
** The trio of lawyers at the Wright Anything Agency as the three primary colours. Phoenix is blue, representing his role as mentor and the balance in the agency, with his red magenta tie hinting at his reckless and emotionally-driven streak and the gold of his locket chain representing the hope he still holds onto, years after he became a lawyer. Apollo is red, magenta, representing his loud and brash attitude at the start of his game and his tendency to be driven by emotion at times, with his blue tie hinting at the sorrows he would also face. Athena is yellow, representing stubborn hope and happiness, matching her determined personality, with her blue tie hinting at the trauma of her past.
9th Jun '16 8:31:55 AM Nepeta
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** Simon Blackquill and Bobby Fulbright have colour schemes of black and white, respectively, [[{{Foil}} showing their stark contrast in personality and practice]]. [[spoiler:However, the initial expectations from this are completely reversed by the end of the final case: Simon, while putting up a front of a malicious, remorseless criminal- hence his primarily black colour scheme- is actually honourable, kind, and fiercely loyal, and entirely innocent of the murder he was convicted for. "Bobby Fulbright", the phantom, wears white but is secretly a sociopathic spy who is willing to murder innocents indiscriminately.]] This can actually be translated as a clever metaphor: [[spoiler:Simon hides his true self in darkness, knowing that most people will be too intimidated to delve any deeper. However, the phantom hides using light- like shining a bright light into someone's eyes, most people are too dazzled by his apparent dedication to justice that they can't see past it to his true self.]]
*** And even after [[spoiler:the revelations regarding their true character, the color schemes of Blackquill and Fake Fulbright/Phantom can still work, just in a different way. Blackquill is a terrifying, manipulative, and rather snarky prosecutor on the surface (black), but deep down he is still a good man, devoted to truth, justice, and the people he cares about (white), [[NotSoDifferent just like Phoenix]]. Phantom, meanwhile, leaves no traces of his existence and is impersonating a dead man (much like a real ghost) (white), has a lot of blood on his hands (red), and is at his core a cold-hearted, murderous sociopath (blue).]]

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** Simon Blackquill and Bobby Fulbright have colour schemes of black and white, respectively, [[{{Foil}} showing their stark contrast in personality and practice]]. [[spoiler:However, the initial expectations from this are completely reversed by the end of the final case: Simon, while putting up a front of a malicious, remorseless criminal- hence his primarily black colour scheme- is actually honourable, kind, and fiercely loyal, and entirely innocent of the murder he was convicted for. "Bobby Fulbright", the phantom, wears white but is secretly a sociopathic spy who is willing to murder innocents indiscriminately.]] This can actually be translated as a clever metaphor: [[spoiler:Simon hides his true self in darkness, knowing that most people will be too intimidated to delve any deeper. However, the phantom hides using light- like shining a bright light into someone's eyes, most people are too dazzled by his apparent dedication to justice that they can't see past it to his true self.]]
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*** And even after [[spoiler:the revelations regarding their true character, the color schemes of Blackquill and Fake Fulbright/Phantom can still work, just in a different way. Blackquill is a terrifying, manipulative, and rather snarky prosecutor on the surface (black), but deep down he is still a good man, devoted to truth, justice, and the people he cares about (white), [[NotSoDifferent just like Phoenix]]. Phoenix]], the Yang in Yin. Phantom, meanwhile, leaves no traces of his existence and is impersonating a dead man (much like a real ghost) (white), has a lot of blood on his hands (red), and is at his core a cold-hearted, murderous sociopath (blue).]](blue), the Yin in Yang]].
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