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* CatharsisFactor: After seeing him act like an insufferable smug and cruel HateSink, itís satisfying to see Blueblood taken down a notch whenever Phoenix turns the case around in his favour.

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After seeing him act like an insufferable smug and cruel HateSink, itís satisfying to see Blueblood taken down a notch whenever Phoenix turns the case around in his favour.



* NightmareFuel: Overall Concept, the victim of Turnabout Theatre, [[NooseCatch dies from being hung by a rope from up on a catwalk]] ''during a production, in full view of the audience''. If this is any indication, the murders in this series are going to be more brutal than Turnabout Storm's death by electrocution.

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Overall Concept, the victim of Turnabout Theatre, [[NooseCatch dies from being hung by a rope from up on a catwalk]] ''during a production, in full view of the audience''. If this is any indication, the murders in this series are going to be more brutal than Turnabout Storm's death by electrocution.


* {{Moe}}: Coco Pommel becomes even more so than in canon, due to her innocence being falsely accused yet still remaining meek and kind, [[spoiler:even to her former BadBoss]].

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* {{Moe}}: Coco Pommel becomes even more so than in canon, due to her innocence being falsely accused yet still remaining meek and kind, [[spoiler:even to her former BadBoss]]. Also happens InUniverse:
-->'''Judge:''' Well don't just stand there looking adorable! Please tell the court what you mean!


* NightmareFuel: Overall Concept, the victim of Turnabout Theatre, [[NeckLift dies from being hung by a rope from up on a catwalk]] ''during a production, in full view of the audience''. If this is any indication, the murders in this series are going to be more brutal than Turnabout Storm's death by electrocution.

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* NightmareFuel: Overall Concept, the victim of Turnabout Theatre, [[NeckLift [[NooseCatch dies from being hung by a rope from up on a catwalk]] ''during a production, in full view of the audience''. If this is any indication, the murders in this series are going to be more brutal than Turnabout Storm's death by electrocution.

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* {{Moe}}: Coco Pommel becomes even more so than in canon, due to her innocence being falsely accused yet still remaining meek and kind, [[spoiler:even to her former BadBoss]].


* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: WebAnimation/TurnaboutStorm already has a fair number of pretty amazing original soundtracks and theyíve received some excellent remixes as part of the development of Elements of Justice. Take a listen yourself [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=am8XucdLuZs here]]. WordOfGod also states that he currently plans to remix all of the original soundtracks of Turnabout Storm as well as creating some unique themes for Elements of Justice as well.

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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: WebAnimation/TurnaboutStorm ''WebAnimation/TurnaboutStorm'' already has a fair number of pretty amazing original soundtracks and theyíve received some excellent remixes as part of the development of Elements of Justice. Take a listen yourself [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=am8XucdLuZs here]]. WordOfGod also states that he currently plans to remix all of the original soundtracks of Turnabout Storm as well as creating some unique themes for Elements of Justice as well.

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* AuthorsSavingThrow: A brief instance: for those who found Trixie from ''WebAnimation/TurnaboutStorm'' to be UnintentionallyUnsympathetic for being arrogant, condescending, and unapologetic for her actions, this series reveals that the events of [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS3E5MagicDuel "Magic Duel"]] still occurred, wherein Trixie once again returns for revenge but is outwitted by Twilight and company, and apologizes in the end. Phoenix is surprised that Trixie actually apologized.


* SugarWiki/CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Hell, the fact that the series was ''released'' to begin with counts as this! After an insanely TroubledProduction lasting four years longer than expected, the series ''finally'' debuted its first episode in June of 2019! Talk about a [[{{Determinator}} determined creator]]!


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* SugarWiki/CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Hell, the fact that the series was ''released'' to begin with counts as this! After an insanely TroubledProduction lasting four years longer than expected, the series ''finally'' debuted its first episode in June of 2019! Talk about a [[{{Determinator}} determined creator]]!

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* CatharsisFactor: After seeing him act like an insufferable smug and cruel HateSink, itís satisfying to see Blueblood taken down a notch whenever Phoenix turns the case around in his favour.
** The Judge even calls Blueblood for accusing Phoenix of false evidence.
** Even if she is only marginally better, itís fun to see Suri mock Blueblood with zero respect.
** [[spoiler:Suriís]] VillainousBreakdown when it seems that she is the culprit, especially since her loss in an episode after being a manipulative lying cheat was off screen. [[spoiler:Though she turns out to be innocent of the actual murder.]]

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** Prince Blueblood briefly snaps during the trial when he thinks that he's finally, ''finally'' beaten Phoenix for good, developing a terrifying look in his eyes that does not at all portray him as a shining beacon of sanity. He gets over it eventually when Phoenix manages to turn the case around again.

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* TheWoobie: Coco Pommel, even more so than in canon. Not only is she wrongly arrested and tried for the murder of her dear friend, Overall Concept, but [[spoiler:she learns during the trial that ''he was going to propose to her!'']]


MemeticMutation: Cakewalk February 11, 2:30 PM [[labelnote:Explanation]]The first part of Elements of Justice featured a typo referring to the Catwalk as the "Cakewalk". It was an oversight, but his discord server kept creating memes and jokes about it. It's even referenced in the April Fools video of that year.[[/labelnote]]

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* MemeticMutation: Cakewalk February 11, 2:30 PM [[labelnote:Explanation]]The first part of Elements of Justice featured a typo referring to the Catwalk as the "Cakewalk". It was an oversight, but his discord server kept creating memes and jokes about it. It's even referenced in the April Fools video of that year.[[/labelnote]]


MemeticMutation: Cakewalk February 11, 2:30 PM [[labelnote:Explanation]]The first part of Elements of Justice featured a typo referring to the Catwalk as a "Cakewalk". It was an oversight, but his discord server kept creating memes and jokes about it. It's even referenced in the April Fools video of that year.[[/labelnote]]

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MemeticMutation: Cakewalk February 11, 2:30 PM [[labelnote:Explanation]]The first part of Elements of Justice featured a typo referring to the Catwalk as a the "Cakewalk". It was an oversight, but his discord server kept creating memes and jokes about it. It's even referenced in the April Fools video of that year.[[/labelnote]]

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MemeticMutation: Cakewalk February 11, 2:30 PM [[labelnote:Explanation]]The first part of Elements of Justice featured a typo referring to the Catwalk as a "Cakewalk". It was an oversight, but his discord server kept creating memes and jokes about it. It's even referenced in the April Fools video of that year.[[/labelnote]]


* SugarWiki/CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Hell, the fact that the series was ''released'' to begin with counts as this! After an insanely TroubledProduction lasting four years longer than expected, the series ''finally'' debuted its first episode in June of 2019! Talk about a [[Determinator determined creator]]!

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* SugarWiki/CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Hell, the fact that the series was ''released'' to begin with counts as this! After an insanely TroubledProduction lasting four years longer than expected, the series ''finally'' debuted its first episode in June of 2019! Talk about a [[Determinator [[{{Determinator}} determined creator]]!


* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Hell, the fact that the series was ''released'' to begin with counts as this! After an insanely TroubledProduction lasting four years longer than expected, the series ''finally'' debuted its first episode in June of 2019! Talk about a [[Determinator determined creator]]!

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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: SugarWiki/CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Hell, the fact that the series was ''released'' to begin with counts as this! After an insanely TroubledProduction lasting four years longer than expected, the series ''finally'' debuted its first episode in June of 2019! Talk about a [[Determinator determined creator]]!

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