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13th Feb '17 9:26:49 AM nowaymanguy
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* When Ema shows the igniter from the dressing room, she says that it's so small her and the police overlooked it until now. Therefore I imagine it's so small that it wouldn't have made much of a difference in terms of weight.

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* ** When Ema shows the igniter from the dressing room, she says that it's so small her and the police overlooked it until now. Therefore I imagine it's so small imagine that it wouldn't have made much of a difference in terms of weight.
13th Feb '17 9:25:50 AM nowaymanguy
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* When Ema shows the igniter from the dressing room, she says that it's so small her and the police overlooked it until now. Therefore I imagine it's so small that it wouldn't have made much of a difference in terms of weight.
29th Jan '17 3:17:20 PM connornimbus
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* How did Klavier not feel the extra weight of an igniter inside of his guitar? The ignoters don't exatcly look light, at least to me.


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* Are the igniters really just so light that Klavier didn't feel it inside his guitar? I feel like he must have noticed the extra weight.
29th Jan '17 10:38:40 AM connornimbus
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* How did Klavier not feel the extra weight of an igniter inside of his guitar? The ignoters don't exatcly look light, at least to me.
19th Dec '16 8:52:24 AM Gosicrystal
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19th Dec '16 8:51:38 AM Gosicrystal
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14th Dec '16 11:39:28 AM ShadowDaHedgie
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** It's either the alternate term, or it's simply for the sake of the player, since they may not have played a previous Ace Attorney game.
13th Dec '16 12:26:27 PM ShadowDaHedgie
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*** It may simply depend on the circumstances and the person. Kristoph managed to avoid getting the death penalty on his reputation as being a highly respected defence attorney, and [[spoiler:Frank Sawhit may have avoided the death penalty by claiming that he didn't want to kill her, simply knock her out, getting convicted for man slaughter rather than murder]] so it may simply depend upon the circumstances of the murder and the person being convicted.
12th Dec '16 1:31:55 PM ShadowDaHedgie
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*** The only issue here is that it's fairly unclear whether PLxAA is considered canon in the AA timeline, since there are lots of things that seem to contradict the AA timeline, so he may non canonically know Layton at all, and also, Athena is stated as having been studying in Europe. Not specifically England, just a vague 'Europe', so Layton may not have had any idea that someone like Athena even existed. It seems more likely that Edgeworth found Athena while he was studying Europe's legal systems, since it was stated in Dual Destinies that it was something he did.
4th Dec '16 3:46:46 PM TaylorHyuuga
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* I didn't think that Zak was really a bad person, he did make some bad choices, but he wasn't evil. About the matters of his wife and Valant, he was manipulated by Magnifi. And for not choosing Kristoph because of a poker match, it does not really say but a popular headcanon is that he averted him cheating.
* He didn't want [[spoiler:Valant to be suspected]]. Who would you rather choose, your defense attorney or [[spoiler:your partner of years, and best friend]]? I should think the answer is obvious.

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* ** I didn't think that Zak was really a bad person, he did make some bad choices, but he wasn't evil. About the matters of his wife and Valant, he was manipulated by Magnifi. And for not choosing Kristoph because of a poker match, it does not really say but a popular headcanon is that he averted him cheating.
* ** He didn't want [[spoiler:Valant to be suspected]]. Who would you rather choose, your defense attorney or [[spoiler:your partner of years, and best friend]]? I should think the answer is obvious.
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