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1* ApprovalOfGod: [=NeoArtimus=], the author of ''Turnabout Storm'', [[ gave her blessing to the author and wished him good luck with the project]]. Some of the voice actors from the original were intended to reprise their roles, but this changed due to TroubledProduction.* RoleReprise: While so far, every revealed character that had also appeared in Turnabout Storm has a new voice actor, it was originally confirmed that [=TheGoldCrow=] would be reprising his role as Phoenix Wright. Unfortunately, due to [=TheAljavis=] losing the lines he recorded and [=TheGoldCrow=] being too busy to rerecord them, Phoenix was recast as Julius Gem.* ScheduleSlip: Turnabout Fashion was originally intended to be released near the end of 2015 but due to [=TheGoldCrow=] (the voice of Phoenix Wright) being busy working on Operation Turnabout (also voicing Phoenix Wright), the release date has been pushed back. It was pushed back again due to TroubledProduction.* ThrowItIn: In "Turnabout Theatre," a mispronunciation of Coco Pommel's name by the voice actor of Playright was made into a gag at the character's expense.* TroubledProduction: Due to [=TheAljavis=]'s hard drive crashing, his money problems, and losing the lines [=TheGoldCrow=] had recorded, the show was pushed back significantly from 2015 to June 5, 2019.** Then there's the fact that some of the pony voice actors keep rotating around due to timing issues.* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Phoenix was originally going to be voiced [[WebAnimation/TurnaboutStorm once again]] by [=TheGoldCrow=]; however, the creator's hard drive died in November 2016, resulting in the loss of all their files; and since [=TheGoldCrow=] was too busy voicing Phoenix on Operation Turnabout to record his lines a second time, the part was ultimately recast.** Aljavis freely admits that having this take place during season 9 of FIM would make it so he wouldn't have to rely on NarniaTime, and add to the parallels of Twilight having pupils now as well. Not to mention characters such as Starlight Glimmer or Thorax being out of bounds because they don't appear until season 5. But because the original script was conceived of long before it released, he felt compelled to keep the time frame he originally conceived.* WordOfGod: According to notes by aljavis, this takes place after ''Dual Destinies'' in the AA timeline, and just before Season 5 of FIM.


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