History Headscratchers / PhoenixWrightAceAttorney

15th Mar '17 7:11:22 AM connornimbus
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* Why did Ema not know Angel Starr used to be a detective? She worked with Ema's sister, on a case that Ema was deeply involved in. You'd think she would have met Angel at least a few times during the case (it's especially jarring since she seems to remember Goodman and Marshall just fine).
4th Mar '17 6:56:55 AM morenohijazo
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* Why does Lana refuse to admit [[spoiler:she's being blackmailed by Gant]] even when she shouldn't? 1) Right before the start of the third day, Phoenix talks to Lana. ''Ema is not present'' at the time because she's being retained by the police after infiltrating Gant's office. Lana admits to Phoenix she didn't actually commit the murder, but asks Phoenix not to go any further... without giving him any reason. Lana should know by this point that Phoenix is just not going to stop. Why didn't she realise it would be more convincing to tell Phoenix that, if he kept going further, [[spoiler:it would somehow (either by Phoenix showing it in the trial or Gant uncovering it) end up in Ema being framed for the murder of Marshall?]] 2) During the third day, [[spoiler:Phoenix ends up "proving" that Marshall was killed by Ema]]. Yet, when Lana is asked to testify later, [[spoiler:she's still covering Gant, even though Gant can no longer do anything to her than Phoenix hasn't already done (Ema has already been framed)]].
2nd Mar '17 5:18:49 PM morenohijazo
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** Phoenix does show the note to Edgeworth, it prompts him to narrate the DL-6 incicent events.
2nd Mar '17 3:08:19 PM morenohijazo
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** Soon after that, another line says something like "Give me back the money I lent you!". So, it was said by somebody other than Edgeworth, and he was not talking about the stolen money.
11th Feb '17 4:11:36 AM OlfinBedwere
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* During the first recess in 3-3, Maggey suddenly declares that she loathes Gumshoe's guts because he didn't openly declare on the stand that he believed her to be innocent. Even leaving aside the fact that Gumshoe had previously been rebuked plenty of times (and even threatened with wage deductions) by Edgeworth and both von Karmas for interjecting his own opinions while on the witness stand, did she forget that the only reason she was even able to get a retrial in the first place was because Gumshoe ''didn't'' believe she could be a murderer? Or does she genuinely believe that Gumshoe is such a sadistic asshole that he'd get her a retrial just so that he could personally watch her be declared guilty again?
25th Jan '17 6:48:39 PM Reversinator
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*** For the record, [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/aceattorney/images/c/c8/Mia_in_Detention.png/revision/latest?cb=20120226012405 her mark definitely appears]].
9th Jan '17 7:09:52 AM connornimbus
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** Edgeworth was still a prosecutor with a fair bit of connections, even if he was spending time abroad. It's not that odd that someone else at the prosecutors office or in the police would tell him about Phoenix Wright's newest rival.
20th Dec '16 8:31:11 AM Nepheliad
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** It could be, but there's another word that starts with 'P' and means roughly the same thing without being mildly vulgar and out of character for Mia - I took it as her calling him a "pansy".
1st Dec '16 8:32:20 AM ellenkriemhild
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**** Larry had a late birthday. I think there was this article about at what age are Japanese children allowed to attend school.
5th Nov '16 4:16:48 PM Octoya
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*** Plus the fact that he already had reason to dislike Phoenix, as he spelled out during the final trial. He helped the woman who killed him, however innocently he did it.

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*** Plus the fact that he already had reason to dislike Phoenix, as he spelled out during the final trial. He helped the woman who killed "killed" him, however innocently he did it.
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