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3rd May '16 6:18:22 AM monkeypizzasonic
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27th Jan '16 7:25:33 AM Peridonyx
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* Shelly de Killer's HitmanWithAHeart moments. First by [[spoiler:helping Edgeworth get justice for WorthyOpponent Ethan Rooke (despite Shelly having nothing to gain and his freedom to risk by doing so)]], then by [[spoiler:sparing traitorous client Simon Keyes for fellow assassin Sirham Dogen's sake.]]
14th Oct '15 4:32:48 PM freefall4242
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* There's a parent-and-child theme running through Investigations 2, showing many varieties of these relationships, from [[AbusiveParent unhealthy]] to [[GoodParents very healthy]] to families of choice. Seeing this theme culminate in [[spoiler: Edgeworth taking on a borderline PapaWolf role with Kay in case 4, a nearly fatherly tone in his support of Sebastian when he calms him down and pulls him out of the DespairEventHorizon in case 5, and the way he actually communicates fine with Simon despite claiming to be no good with kids]] is very rewarding and might cause the shed of ManlyTears. [[spoiler: His father would be proud of him.]]

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* There's a parent-and-child theme running through Investigations 2, showing many varieties of these relationships, from [[AbusiveParent unhealthy]] to [[GoodParents very healthy]] to families of choice. Seeing this theme culminate in [[spoiler: Edgeworth taking on a borderline PapaWolf role with Kay in case 4, a nearly fatherly tone in his support of Sebastian when he calms him down and pulls him out of the DespairEventHorizon in case 5, and the way he actually communicates fine with Simon John despite claiming to be no good with kids]] is very rewarding and might cause the shed of ManlyTears. [[spoiler: His father would be proud of him.]]
4th Sep '15 4:49:33 AM Korodzik
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* This is minor, but in case 4, Gumshoe mentions how he got in trouble because, after becoming a detective, he accidentally ended up reporting to his old post out of habit. Young Franziska - instead of taking the opportunity to hit him or call him a fool or something - casually mentions that such a thing kept happening to her every year in elementary school. Compared to what she's typically like, this moment is unusually mellow.

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* This is minor, but in case 4, Gumshoe mentions how he got in trouble because, after becoming a detective, he accidentally ended up reporting to his old post out of habit. Young Franziska - instead of taking the opportunity to hit him or call him a fool or something as usual - casually mentions that such a thing kept happening to her every year in elementary school. Compared to what she's typically like, this moment is unusually mellow.It's one of the few instances where she treats him with something else than sneering contempt.
30th Jul '15 7:02:29 PM freefall4242
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* Edgeworth's GetAHoldOfYourselfMan to Sebastian Debeste, Edgeworth actually trying to help him in a StealthMentor way after he almost broke up mentally was really touching.

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* Edgeworth's GetAHoldOfYourselfMan to Sebastian Debeste, Edgeworth actually trying to help him in a StealthMentor way after he almost broke up down mentally was really touching.
28th Jun '15 2:48:53 AM valar55
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* Edgeworth's GetAHoldOfYourselfMan to Sebastian Debeste, Egdeworth actually trying to help him in a StealthMentor way after he almost broke up mentally was really touching.

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* Edgeworth's GetAHoldOfYourselfMan to Sebastian Debeste, Egdeworth Edgeworth actually trying to help him in a StealthMentor way after he almost broke up mentally was really touching.
23rd Jun '15 10:57:33 AM IronInfidel
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** A lot of ''Turnabout Reminiscence'' is a mix of this and Tear Jerker because you can see traces of his post-''Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney'' character already there, even if it's buried under some von Karma-style rationalizations about perfection. It's nice to know that he was never completely lost.
16th May '15 9:22:41 PM IronInfidel
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** And that to this day, eighteen years later, Raymond wears Gregory's hat and keeps a picture of the two of them on his desk, which he talks to sometimes. [[spoiler:He later gets a picture of himself with Miles to put next to it and tells the picture of Gregory how proud he would be of his son.]]
6th Apr '15 8:20:55 PM TheCuza
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* A short but sweet line in Case 3 comes up twice: "A father can work miracles when his son is watching." It's first said-- er, [[InnerMonologue thought]], by Gregory Edgeworth ([[spoiler:sadly, he was referring to the upcoming trial which he lost and was killed immediately after]]), and then said again later by Dane Gustavia ([[spoiler:also sadly, he was just bullshitting and didn't actually care one bit about his son]]).

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* A short but sweet line in Case 3 comes up twice: "A father can work miracles when his son is watching." It's first said-- er, [[InnerMonologue thought]], by Gregory Edgeworth ([[spoiler:sadly, he was referring to the upcoming trial which he eventually lost and was killed immediately after]]), and then said again later by Dane Gustavia ([[spoiler:also sadly, he was just bullshitting and didn't actually care one bit about his son]]).son]]).
* At the end of the game, when Courtney feels that she has failed as a judge because her [[LoveIsAWeakness puny human feelings]] towards [[spoiler:her adoptive son]] prevented her from being the cold, stoic, impartial robot of the law she aspires to be. Edgeworth only has this to say in response:
-->'''Edgeworth:''' Your Honor... I do not intend to speak regarding your ideals. However, [[CloudCuckoolander the greatest judge I know]]... is one overflowing with humanity. Even during a trial, that judge experiences happiness, anger, sadness, and joy... but nevertheless always hands down the correct verdict in the end.
4th Apr '15 6:04:06 AM TheCuza
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* A short but sweet line in Case 3 gives the sentence: "A father can work miracles when his son is watching." [[spoiler: Sad that the person who said it didn't give a lick about his son.]]

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* A short but sweet line in Case 3 gives the sentence: comes up twice: "A father can work miracles when his son is watching." [[spoiler: Sad that It's first said-- er, [[InnerMonologue thought]], by Gregory Edgeworth ([[spoiler:sadly, he was referring to the person who upcoming trial which he lost and was killed immediately after]]), and then said it again later by Dane Gustavia ([[spoiler:also sadly, he was just bullshitting and didn't give a lick actually care one bit about his son.]]son]]).
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