History VisualNovel / AceAttorneyInvestigationsMilesEdgeworth

10th Jan '18 2:14:46 PM Chariset
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** Blaise and Sebastian Debeste have a shared tendency to believe they are more clever and brilliant than they already are, to say nothing of certain childish quirks like playing with objects while they talk. They also got to their high positions by taking advantage of others. However, Sebastian had no idea this was happening (and is genuinely dismayed to find out) and decides to do things honestly once it all comes to light.

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** Blaise and Sebastian Debeste have a shared tendency to believe they are more clever and brilliant than they already actually are, to say nothing of certain childish quirks like playing with objects while they talk. They also got to their high positions by taking advantage of others. However, Sebastian had no idea this was happening his father 'helped' him so much (and is genuinely dismayed to find out) and decides to do things honestly on his own merits once it all comes to light.



* MiscarriageOfJustice: [[spoiler:Jeff Masters]]. He confesses to the crime because the prosecution threatens to charge Katherine for being an accomplice. Gregory Edgeworth is able to prove that the confession was coerced, but is unable to prove that the body was falsified due to a coverup in the higher ranks of the prosecutor's office.
** This trope is also the reason [[spoiler:Simon Keyes]] decides to enact justice on his own -- knowing the Prosecutor's Office was corrupt at the highest level, he never dared come forward with the truth. Edgeworth resolves to spend the rest of his life as an InternalReformist so that people can trust the courts again.

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* MiscarriageOfJustice: [[spoiler:Jeff Masters]].Master]]. He confesses to the crime because the prosecution threatens to charge Katherine for being an accomplice. Gregory Edgeworth is able to prove that the confession was coerced, but is unable to prove that the body was falsified due to a coverup in the higher ranks of the prosecutor's office.
** This trope is also the reason [[spoiler:Simon Keyes]] decides to enact justice on his own -- knowing the Prosecutor's Office was corrupt at the highest level, he never dared come forward with the truth. Edgeworth resolves to spend the rest of his life as an InternalReformist so that people can trust the courts Prosecutor's Office again.



** At one point in case 5, [[spoiler:you have to present evidence showing that the burned area has no bloodstains, proving that the area was burned after the blood was spilled and not before. The problem is that you have both the bloodstain and the fire listed as evidence, so you could apply either one to the other; but only one of them will let you proceed, while the other inexplicably gets you a penalty.]]

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** At one point in case 5, [[spoiler:you you have to present evidence showing that the burned area has no bloodstains, proving that the an area was burned after the ''after'' a large amount of blood was spilled and not before. there. The problem is that you have both the bloodstain and the fire listed as evidence, so you could apply either one to the other; but only in your evidence: one of them will let you proceed, while presenting the other inexplicably gets you a penalty.]]



* NeverFoundTheBody: The body of victim of the IS-7 incident was never found. [[spoiler:Not that it bothered von Karma anyways. The present section of Case 3 involves said body being found and finally discovering what happened during that incident, 18 years later.]]

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* NeverFoundTheBody: The body of the victim of the IS-7 incident was never found. [[spoiler:Not that it bothered disappeared before the autopsy, meaning the report Manfred von Karma anyways. The present section of Case 3 involves said body being found used in the trial was a forgery. Edgeworth and finally discovering what happened during that incident, 18 company FinallyFoundTheBody 15 years later.]]later when they revisited the case at Raymond Shields' request.
2nd Jan '18 9:10:22 AM GoldenDarkness
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The first ''Investigations'' game was released for UsefulNotes/{{IOS}} and UsefulNotes/{{Android}} on December 8, 2017 in both English and Japanese territories.

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The first ''Investigations'' game was released for UsefulNotes/{{IOS}} and UsefulNotes/{{Android}} on December 8, 2017 in both English and Japanese territories.
territories. ''Gyakuten Kenji 2'' was later released for the same platforms in Japan on December 21, 2017.
8th Dec '17 9:55:06 AM SolidSonicTH
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The first ''Investigations'' game was released for UsefulNotes/{{IOS}} and UsefulNotes/{{Android}} on December 8, 2017.

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The first ''Investigations'' game was released for UsefulNotes/{{IOS}} and UsefulNotes/{{Android}} on December 8, 2017.
2017 in both English and Japanese territories.
8th Dec '17 9:54:46 AM SolidSonicTH
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The first ''Investigations'' game has been released for UsefulNotes/{{IOS}} and UsefulNotes/{{Android}} on December 8, 2017.

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The first ''Investigations'' game has been was released for UsefulNotes/{{IOS}} and UsefulNotes/{{Android}} on December 8, 2017.
8th Dec '17 8:01:50 AM GoldenDarkness
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The first ''Investigations'' game has been released for UsefulNotes/{{IOS}} and UsefulNotes/{{Android}} on December 8, 2017.
3rd Dec '17 9:06:49 AM HyperKunoichi
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* WhamShot: Things have already taken an interesting turn in ''Turnabout Ablaze'', when [[spoiler:evidence comes up that (seemingly) points to Shih-na being the one who murdered Manny Coachen. However, the ''real'' twist comes when when Shih-na suddenly starts letting out a '''''very''''' familiar laugh from ''Turnabout Reminiscence'']].

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* WhamShot: Things have already taken an interesting turn in ''Turnabout Ablaze'', when [[spoiler:evidence comes up that (seemingly) points to Shih-na being the one who murdered Manny Coachen. However, the ''real'' twist comes when when when, upon being confronted about said evidence, Shih-na suddenly starts letting out a '''''very''''' familiar laugh from ''Turnabout Reminiscence'']].
3rd Dec '17 8:56:58 AM HyperKunoichi
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* AFatherToHisMen: Shi-Long Lang, to '''all 99 of them'''. And he takes it to ridiculous extremes by remembering the birthday of ''the younger brother of the wife of the younger brother'' of one of his officers. [[spoiler:Taken to a more serious extreme later in the same case, where he takes a (fortunately non-fatal) bullet for Shih-na, who had immediately prior been revealed as a traitor and a mole planted by the smuggling ring Lang had been investigating. His reasoning? Because no matter what kind of backstabbing wench she really is, she's still his subordinate, and he's responsible for her]]. When Lang's men are counting off, he gets mad at the MIB (his assistant) because he believes they are all number ones. Later, all 99 of them count off "1!", and at the end, the MIB says that ''probably'' all 99 of them are there.

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* AFatherToHisMen: Shi-Long Lang, to '''all 99 of them'''. And he takes it to ridiculous extremes by remembering the birthday of ''the younger brother of the wife of the younger brother'' of one of his officers. [[spoiler:Taken to a more serious extreme later in the same case, where he takes a (fortunately non-fatal) bullet for Shih-na, who had immediately prior been revealed as a traitor and a mole planted by the smuggling ring Lang had been investigating. His reasoning? Because no matter what kind of backstabbing wench she really is, she's still his subordinate, and he's responsible for her]]. When Lang's men are counting off, he gets mad at the MIB (his assistant) because he believes they are all number ones. Later, all 99 of them count off "1!", and at the end, the MIB says that ''probably'' all 99 of them are there. [[spoiler:Taken to a more serious extreme in the final case, where he takes a (fortunately non-fatal) bullet for Shih-na, who had immediately prior been revealed as a traitor and a mole planted by the smuggling ring Lang had been investigating. His reasoning? Because no matter what kind of backstabbing wench she really is, she's still his subordinate, and he's responsible for her]].
3rd Dec '17 1:09:26 AM HyperKunoichi
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* WhamShot: Things have already taken an interesting turn in ''Turnabout Ablaze'', when [[spoiler:evidence comes up that (seemingly) points to Shih-na being the one who murdered Manny Coachen. However, the ''real'' twist comes when when Shih-na suddenly starts letting out a '''''very''''' familiar laugh from ''Turnabout Reminiscence'']].
13th Nov '17 11:27:30 PM rjd1922
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* MeaningfulName: [[spoiler:Quercus Alba]].In the Japanese version, where his name is [[spoiler:''[[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Carnage Onred]]'']].

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* MeaningfulName: [[spoiler:Quercus Alba]].In Alba]] in the Japanese version, where his name is [[spoiler:''[[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Carnage Onred]]'']].
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