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* BigBad: [[spoiler:Cpt. Adel Renard, who turns out to be [[SpannerInTheWorks behind almost every tragic event that occurs in the case]] and is the true murderer of Cpt. Janus Harvey.]]

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* BigBad: [[spoiler:Cpt. Adel Renard, who turns out to be [[SpannerInTheWorks [[TheChessmaster behind almost every tragic event that occurs in the case]] and is the true murderer of Cpt. Janus Harvey.]]


Some time after the events of PW: AA: Trials & Tribulations, Phoenix and Maya get a brand new case to solve. Mike November, a private at the Allied Nations' Peace Corps, is accused of murdering Captain Janus Harvey, his superior and the head of the Engineering Company with a pressure explosive detonated inside the captain's office.

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Some time after the events of PW: ''PW: AA: Trials & Tribulations, Tribulations'', Phoenix and Maya get a brand new case to solve. Mike November, a private at the Allied Nations' Peace Corps, is accused of murdering Captain Janus Harvey, his superior and the head of the Engineering Company with a pressure explosive detonated inside the captain's office.



* GoodbyeCruelWorld: Early in the case, Phoenix suggests that maybe Cpt. Janus Harvey took his own life, but the absence of a suicide note leaves him unable to prove his theory. [[spoiler:Against all odds, Franziska's team is able to reconstitute a suicide note, leaving her no choice but to accept that the case may not be a murder, but a suicide. However, things get a lot more complicated once Gumshoe interrupts the trial with another suicide note, whose contents are the opposite of the one they found. Ultimately, both notes ended up being fakes, the more self loathing one being written by Dr. Siegfried and the more regretless one being written by the actual murderer, Cpt. Renard.]]

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* GoodbyeCruelWorld: Early in the case, Phoenix suggests that maybe Cpt. Janus Harvey took his own life, but the absence of a suicide note leaves him unable to prove his theory. [[spoiler:Against all odds, Franziska's team is able to reconstitute a suicide note, leaving her no choice but to accept that the case may not be a murder, but a suicide. However, things get a lot more complicated once Gumshoe interrupts the trial with another suicide note, whose contents are the opposite of the one they found. Ultimately, both notes ended up being fakes, the more self loathing self-loathing one being written by Dr. Siegfried and the more regretless one being written by the actual murderer, Cpt. Renard.]]



* {{Ruritania}}: [[spoiler: the fictional eastern european country of Aresia was the location of Helios-6 incident]].

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* {{Ruritania}}: [[spoiler: the The fictional eastern european Eastern European country of Aresia was the location of the Helios-6 incident]].


''Operation: Turnabout'' (aka ''Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Operation: Turnabout'') is an original ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' fancase by [[https://www.youtube.com/user/LordIban Team LordIban]] presented in the format of voice-acted animation, with TheGoldCrow [[RoleReprise reprising his role as Phoenix Wright]] from the unrelated ''WebAnimation/TurnaboutStorm''.

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''Operation: Turnabout'' (aka ''Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Operation: Turnabout'') is an original ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' fancase by [[https://www.youtube.com/user/LordIban Team LordIban]] presented in the format of voice-acted animation, with TheGoldCrow [=TheGoldCrow=] [[RoleReprise reprising his role as Phoenix Wright]] from the unrelated ''WebAnimation/TurnaboutStorm''.


Operation: Turnabout (aka Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Operation: Turnabout) is an original ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' fancase by [[https://www.youtube.com/user/LordIban Team LordIban]] presented in the format of voice-acted animation.

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Operation: Turnabout ''Operation: Turnabout'' (aka Phoenix ''Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Operation: Turnabout) Turnabout'') is an original ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' fancase by [[https://www.youtube.com/user/LordIban Team LordIban]] presented in the format of voice-acted animation.
animation, with TheGoldCrow [[RoleReprise reprising his role as Phoenix Wright]] from the unrelated ''WebAnimation/TurnaboutStorm''.

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* BigBad: [[spoiler:Cpt. Adel Renard, who turns out to be [[SpannerInTheWorks behind almost every tragic event that occurs in the case]] and is the true murderer of Cpt. Janus Harvey.]]


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* HateSink: Captain Janus Harvey. Pretty much every description of him and flashback depicting him serves to make you hate him more and more.
** [[spoiler: [[BigBad Cpt. Renard]], even more so.]]


* ForeignMoneyIsProofOfGuilt: [[spoiler: the presence of Areisan currency in Adel Renards office is used to prove the fact that he sold explosives to insurgents during the Helios-6 incident.]]

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* ForeignMoneyIsProofOfGuilt: [[spoiler: the presence of Areisan currency in Adel Renards office is used to prove the fact that he sold explosives to insurgents during the Helios-6 incident.in Aresia.]]



* {{Ruritania}}: [[spoiler the fictional eastern european country of Aresia was the location of Helios-6 incident]].

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* {{Ruritania}}: [[spoiler [[spoiler: the fictional eastern european country of Aresia was the location of Helios-6 incident]].



* VisualPun: [[spoiler: Once Adel Renard says TheGlovesAreOff he literally takes off his gloves.]]

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* VisualPun: [[spoiler: Once Adel Renard says TheGlovesAreOff he literally takes off his gloves.]]

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* ForeignMoneyIsProofOfGuilt: [[spoiler: the presence of Areisan currency in Adel Renards office is used to prove the fact that he sold explosives to insurgents during the Helios-6 incident.]]


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* {{Ruritania}}: [[spoiler the fictional eastern european country of Aresia was the location of Helios-6 incident]].


* Foreshadowing: [[spoiler: In Day 1 of the trial, when Franziska is hurling insults at Phoenix Wright after he brings up a suicide angle, the Judge threatens to hold her under contempt of court. Later, he helps Wright and Franziska to get Captain Renard to stay in court and testify by threatening to hold him under contempt of court, allowing Wright to find the evidence needed to convict him of murdering Captain Harvey.]] And before that [[spoiler: during the first investigation day, Maya hiding inside a box in the corridor leading to the crime scene foreshadows the way Renard managed to stay undetected during private November's surprise visit to Harvey.]]

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* Foreshadowing: {{Foreshadowing}}: [[spoiler: In Day 1 of the trial, when Franziska is hurling insults at Phoenix Wright after he brings up a suicide angle, the Judge threatens to hold her under contempt of court. Later, he helps Wright and Franziska to get Captain Renard to stay in court and testify by threatening to hold him under contempt of court, allowing Wright to find the evidence needed to convict him of murdering Captain Harvey.]] And before that [[spoiler: during the first investigation day, Maya hiding inside a box in the corridor leading to the crime scene foreshadows the way Renard managed to stay undetected during private November's surprise visit to Harvey.]]


** Special attention is paid towards Siegfried's [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic little pony figurines]] on the window sill, which are arranged in the form of a court with Rainbow Dash as defendant, prompting Pheonix Wright to state that they are [[WebAnimation/TurnaboutStorm giving him "the strangest case of Déjà vu"]].
** In Day 2 of the Trial, Pheonix Wright states that he is going to attack Franziska Von Karma's theory "by attacking its weak point." Maya responds, "For massive damage?". This is a reference to the Giant Enemy Crab meme. When Von Karma proceeds to refute Pheonix's argument, Maya states, "It's not very effective, Nick..." referencing the gameplay of Franchise/{{Pokemon}}.

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** Special attention is paid towards Siegfried's [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic little pony figurines]] on the window sill, which are arranged in the form of a court with Rainbow Dash as defendant, prompting Pheonix Phoenix Wright to state that they are [[WebAnimation/TurnaboutStorm giving him "the strangest case of Déjà déjà vu"]].
** In Day 2 of the Trial, Pheonix Phoenix Wright states that he is going to attack Franziska Von Karma's theory "by attacking its weak point." Maya responds, "For massive damage?". This is a reference to the Giant Enemy Crab meme. When Von Karma proceeds to refute Pheonix's Phoenix's argument, Maya states, "It's not very effective, Nick..." referencing the gameplay of Franchise/{{Pokemon}}.


** In Dr. Siegfrieds' office, on the bookshelf, there are figurines of ''VideoGame/{{Megaman}}'', Luigi from Franchise/SuperMarioBros, [[spoiler:Sissel's true form as a cat]] from ''VideoGame/GhostTrick'', VideoGame/ProfessorLayton, and Steve from ''VideoGame/{{Minecraft}}''.

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** In Dr. Siegfrieds' Siegfried's office, on the bookshelf, there are figurines of ''VideoGame/{{Megaman}}'', Luigi from Franchise/SuperMarioBros, [[spoiler:Sissel's true form as a cat]] from ''VideoGame/GhostTrick'', VideoGame/ProfessorLayton, and Steve from ''VideoGame/{{Minecraft}}''.


** Mike and November are the phrases for the letters M and N in the NATO Phonetic Alphabet. [[spoiler: Mike's brother Charlie follows the same trend representing the letter C.]]

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** Mike and November are the phrases for the letters M and N in the NATO Phonetic Alphabet. [[spoiler: Mike's brother Charlie follows the same trend trend, representing the letter C.]]


** Mike and November are the phrases for the letters M and N in the NATO Phonetic Alphabet.

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** Mike and November are the phrases for the letters M and N in the NATO Phonetic Alphabet. [[spoiler: Mike's brother Charlie follows the same trend representing the letter C.]]


* Foreshadowing: [[spoiler: In Day 1 of the trial, when Franziska is hurling insults at Phoenix Wright after he brings up a suicide angle, the Judge threatens to hold her under contempt of court. Later, he helps Wright and Franziska to get Captain Renard to stay in court and testify by threatening to hold him under contempt of court, allowing Wright to find the evidence needed to convict him of murdering Captain Harvey.]] And before that [[spoiler: during the first investigation day, Maya hiding inside a box in the corridor leading to the crime scene, foreshadows the way Renard managed to stay undetected during private November's surprise visit to Harvey.]]

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* Foreshadowing: [[spoiler: In Day 1 of the trial, when Franziska is hurling insults at Phoenix Wright after he brings up a suicide angle, the Judge threatens to hold her under contempt of court. Later, he helps Wright and Franziska to get Captain Renard to stay in court and testify by threatening to hold him under contempt of court, allowing Wright to find the evidence needed to convict him of murdering Captain Harvey.]] And before that [[spoiler: during the first investigation day, Maya hiding inside a box in the corridor leading to the crime scene, scene foreshadows the way Renard managed to stay undetected during private November's surprise visit to Harvey.]]


* Foreshadowing: [[spoiler: In Day 1 of the trial, when Franziska is hurling insults at Phoenix Wright after he brings up a suicide angle, the Judge threatens to hold her under contempt of court. Later, he helps Wright and Franziska to get Captain Renard to stay in court and testify by threatening to hold him under contempt of court, allowing Wright to find the evidence needed to convict him of murdering Captain Harvey.]]
And before that [[spoiler: during the first investigation day, Maya hiding inside a box in the corridor leading to the crime scene, foreshadows the way Renard managed to stay undetected during private November's surprise visit to Harvey.]]

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* Foreshadowing: [[spoiler: In Day 1 of the trial, when Franziska is hurling insults at Phoenix Wright after he brings up a suicide angle, the Judge threatens to hold her under contempt of court. Later, he helps Wright and Franziska to get Captain Renard to stay in court and testify by threatening to hold him under contempt of court, allowing Wright to find the evidence needed to convict him of murdering Captain Harvey.]]
]] And before that [[spoiler: during the first investigation day, Maya hiding inside a box in the corridor leading to the crime scene, foreshadows the way Renard managed to stay undetected during private November's surprise visit to Harvey.]]

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