History Headscratchers / ApolloJusticeAceAttorney

30th Jul '16 7:44:10 PM Siggu
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** I personally think Kristoph could have stated the ace was a forgery ''and'' not incriminate himself had he used a different tone. I don't think it was his claim of the ace being forged what pinned him as the murderer, but how he reacted. Something like merely expressing doubt about such a convenient piece of evidence showing up (Considering [[spoiler:how Phoenix lost his badge with a similarly oh-so-convincing piece of evidebce]]) and asking whose fingerprints were on it (Since Kristoph does not wear gloves) may have painted him in a more positive light. But he didn't do that.
22nd Jun '16 7:59:12 PM MermaidSwamp
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** Someone could have channeled Zak's spirit and Phoenix could break psychelocke right there and put it in the MASON system as Zak in the bar because he's too lazy to create a new area.
19th Jun '16 8:39:07 AM nowaymanguy
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* Owning a gun is illegal in Japan for most people (thus the Ace Attorney universe also), and it's pretty bad news to be found carrying one around. Given he was already doing something as highly suspicious as dragging around a noodle stand at night, if he was stopped by the police and they found his gun on him, at best he'd be in deep trouble for that, and at worst it'd make them suspicious enough to check the stand itself.

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* ** Owning a gun is illegal in Japan for most people (thus the Ace Attorney universe also), and it's pretty bad news to be found carrying one around. Given he was already doing something as highly suspicious as dragging around a noodle stand at night, if he was stopped by the police and they found his gun on him, at best he'd be in deep trouble for that, and at worst it'd make them suspicious enough to check the stand itself.
19th Jun '16 8:38:17 AM nowaymanguy
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19th Jun '16 8:38:15 AM nowaymanguy
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* Owning a gun is illegal in Japan for most people (thus the Ace Attorney universe also), and it's pretty bad news to be found carrying one around. Given he was already doing something as highly suspicious as dragging around a noodle stand at night, if he was stopped by the police and they found his gun on him, at best he'd be in deep trouble for that, and at worst it'd make them suspicious enough to check the stand itself.
5th Jun '16 6:32:58 PM Superfield
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** She was banking hard on the power of sympathy. [[spoiler:Mob boss's son gets married to a beautiful young girl, only to tragically die very shortly after the ceremony? All of their grief and regret would translate into sympathy towards their son's widow, who would be set for life.]]
19th May '16 6:32:41 PM TaylorHyuuga
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* In Case 2, why did Dr. Meraktis put the gun in the back of the noodle stand with Alita's body? There would be no reason to put it in the back. If he wanted to dump it in the river, then why wouldn't he carry it on his person?
12th Apr '16 11:10:12 AM OrangenChan
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** Most likely because there was a very narrow window of time that Lamiroir [[spoiler: was actually in the vent. Sure, Daryan may have known she was there (or at least that there was some time that Lamiroir was off stage), but he'd still have to get her at just the right time]]. It's just much simpler to assume that the accomplice was [[spoiler: Machi]] all along; or it just didn't occur to anyone until later.




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** Maybe she just assumed everyone would put two and two together sooner than they did, since it was obvious to her what she meant, or... Lamiroir might have had a hard time keeping up with the trial. Sure, she knows English and she's considerably more fluent than Machi, but the speed at which everyone was going may caused her to miss some things.


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** It likely either happened rarely enough that Apollo didn't put much thought into it, or he simply had no real reason to put it to use until the start of the game. That, and even if he did notice, going from "Hey, my bracelet randomly tightens sometimes" to "I have magical lie-detecting abilities" would be kind of a leap if he didn't have Phoenix there to point it out to him.
7th Apr '16 5:05:09 AM SolidSonicTH
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-->'''Phoenix''': A fraud? How can you be so sure? \\
-->'''Kristoph''': Wh-What...? \\
-->'''Phoenix''': I would think the only person who could claim it was a fraud would be the one who took the real card from the crime scene... The real killer!

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-->'''Phoenix''': '''Phoenix''': A fraud? How can you be so sure? \\
-->'''Kristoph''': '''Kristoph''': Wh-What...? \\
-->'''Phoenix''': '''Phoenix''': I would think the only person who could claim it was a fraud would be the one who took the real card from the crime scene... The real killer!
7th Apr '16 5:04:57 AM SolidSonicTH
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** Phoenix specifically says to Kristoph that only someone who was at the crime scene at the time in question would be able to prove what he is presenting as fabrication. To say it's fake is also to implicate yourself, so Kristoph had to shut himself up.
-->'''Kristoph''': The court can't accept this evidence! It's a fraud! \\
-->'''Phoenix''': A fraud? How can you be so sure? \\
-->'''Kristoph''': Wh-What...? \\
-->'''Phoenix''': I would think the only person who could claim it was a fraud would be the one who took the real card from the crime scene... The real killer!

* Why do you think Apollo never noticed his ability to catch people lying? He's had that bracelet all his life and surely every now and then he'd feel it randomly tighten around his wrist when talking with someone. After awhile you'd probably start to wonder why and maybe read into the situation a little deeper.
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