History Headscratchers / ApolloJusticeAceAttorney

26th Oct '17 11:05:02 AM rjd1922
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** Also, the only reason that a state-appointed attorney was considered an automatic guilty verdict in the first game was because Redd White would have made sure Phoenix got the worst attorney possible. Perhaps Alita thought Apollo would be less competent than a public defender.
26th Sep '17 12:33:15 AM nowaymanguy
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** Trucy was actively positive to have him as her father. That enthusiasm from her probably helped. Plus Phoenix does have experience with looking after a child after their birth parents went away (Pearl, whom he took care of alongside Maya after her mother got arrested), which would've swayed the assessment at least somewhat in his favor. That along with the fact that he didn't have no income. Even before he actually legally went and adopted Trucy, he had already begun to set up the Wright Talent Agency, and begun to push to make an income as a pianist, to provide her a livelihood. Which would've looked pretty good in his assessment, showing a determination to actually support Trucy even after having just lost his job he loved so much. This is on top of the fact that Phoenix has powerful friends in the legal world, who couldn't helped sway things in his direction as well.

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** Trucy was actively positive to have him as her father. That enthusiasm from her probably helped. Plus Phoenix does have experience with looking after a child after their birth parents went away (Pearl, whom he took care of alongside Maya after her mother got arrested), which would've swayed the assessment at least somewhat in his favor. That along with the fact that he didn't have no income. Even before he actually legally went and adopted Trucy, he had already begun to set up the Wright Talent Agency, and begun to push to make an income as a pianist, to provide her a livelihood. Which would've looked pretty good in his assessment, showing a determination to actually support Trucy even after having just lost his job he loved so much. This is on top of the fact that Phoenix has powerful friends in the legal world, who couldn't could've helped sway things in his direction as well.
26th Sep '17 12:23:20 AM nowaymanguy
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** It's been a while since I played, but suppose that off-screen Zak gave a sealed envelope to Phoenix and told him not to open it until after the trial. Said letter naming Phoenix as Trucy's legal guardian. Not sure if this would work in reality, but it wouldn't be the first time the law system in ''Ace Attorney'' made its own rules.

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** It's been a while since I played, but suppose that off-screen Zak gave a sealed envelope Trucy was actively positive to have him as her father. That enthusiasm from her probably helped. Plus Phoenix and told him not to open it until does have experience with looking after a child after their birth parents went away (Pearl, whom he took care of alongside Maya after her mother got arrested), which would've swayed the trial. Said letter naming assessment at least somewhat in his favor. That along with the fact that he didn't have no income. Even before he actually legally went and adopted Trucy, he had already begun to set up the Wright Talent Agency, and begun to push to make an income as a pianist, to provide her a livelihood. Which would've looked pretty good in his assessment, showing a determination to actually support Trucy even after having just lost his job he loved so much. This is on top of the fact that Phoenix as Trucy's has powerful friends in the legal guardian. Not sure if this would work world, who couldn't helped sway things in reality, but it wouldn't be the first time the law system in ''Ace Attorney'' made its own rules.
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25th Sep '17 8:37:08 PM supernintendo128
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* How could Phoenix be playing piano for 7 years and ''still'' be terrible? Surely he must've picked up some techniques along the way or something.
22nd Jul '17 5:05:51 AM Squirtle802
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*** His mood after beating Manfred and Gant was probably dampened considerably by the belief his best friend he had dedicated his life to helping just killed himself. His ego boost in the flashback trial isn't just from winning case 3-5, it's from him effectively closing every last plot thread of his life up until that point.
22nd Jul '17 4:03:39 AM Squirtle802
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** Since it's for a stageshow the gun wouldn't need to be very high caliber, and shooting it point blank into a plushie or a head *would* act as a sort of silencer, so it could theoretically be able to make a noise loud enough to wake up someone only a foot or two a way yet quiet enough that it might not immediately register as a gunshot to someone not expecting it. More importantly though, it's not uncommon for some types of hospitals not to be staffed 24/7 in Japan, and in the original Japanese that's heavily implied to be the case here. If anyone DID hear the gunshot it was someone half a wing away who likely couldn't investigate even if they wanted to
10th Jun '17 7:37:58 PM nowaymanguy
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10th Jun '17 7:37:15 PM nowaymanguy
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* In case 4, the Chief Justice obviously knew that Borginian Cocoons had a cure for Incuritis. It's highly illegal to take the cocoons out of Borginia. So why doesn't the Chief Justice just fly his son to Borginia and cure him there? He's the Chief Justice, I'm sure he'd be able to afford it, and get the resources for such a thing.
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.
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