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|                 GAME TITLE      : Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney -            |
|                                   Justice for All                           |
|                 US RELEASE DATE : 16 January 2007                           |
|                 PLATFORM        : Nintendo DS                               |
|                 GENRE           : Point and Click Adventure                 |
|                 DEVELOPER       : Capcom                                    |
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|                  GUIDE TITLE    : Game Script                               |
|                  VERSION        : 0.8.0                                     |
|                  FIRST RELEASED : 12 November 2007                          |
|                  LAST UPDATE    : 17 June 2008                              |
|                  AUTHOR         : Frandy "Xcarvenger" aka "Chocobo"         |
|                  CONTACT        : xcarvenger at gmail dot com               |
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|                                İ Copyright 2007-2008 Frandy "Xcarvenger" T. |
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   I. TABLE OF CONTENTS                                               [0101]
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     I. TABLE OF CONTENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [0101]
    II. PHOENIX WRIGHT OVERVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [0201]

   III. ABOUT THIS GUIDE  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [0301]
          The Purpose of This Guide ............................. [0311]
          Formatting ............................................ [0321]
            Investigation ....................................... [0322]
            Trial ............................................... [0323]

    IV. THE SCRIPT  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [0401]

          EPISODE 1 - The Lost Turnabout
            Part 1-1: Trial ..................................... [0411]
            Part 1-2: Trial ..................................... [0412]

          EPISODE 2 - Reunion, and Turnabout
            Part 1  : Investigation ............................. [0421]
            Part 2-1: Trial ..................................... [0422]
            Part 2-2: Trial ..................................... [0423]
            Part 3  : Investigation ............................. [0424]
            Part 4-1: Trial ..................................... [0425]
            Part 4-2: Trial ..................................... [0426]

          EPISODE 3 - Turnabout Big Top
            Part 1  : Investigation ............................. [0431]
            Part 2-1: Trial ..................................... [0432]
            Part 2-2: Trial ..................................... [0433]
            Part 3  : Investigation ............................. [0434]
            Part 4-1: Trial ..................................... [0435]
            Part 4-2: Trial ..................................... [0436]

          EPISODE 4 - Farewell, My Turnabout
            Part 1-1: Investigation ............................. [0441]
            Part 1-2: Investigation ............................. [0442]
            Part 2-1: Trial ..................................... [0443]
            Part 2-2: Trial ..................................... [0444]
            Part 3-1: Investigation ............................. [0445]
            Part 3-2: Investigation ............................. [0446]
            Part 4-1: Trial ..................................... [0447]
            Part 4-2: Trial ..................................... [0448]

          ENDING 
            CREDITS ............................................. [0451]
            EPILOGUE ............................................ [0452]

     V. COURT RECORD  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [0501]
          CASE 1 
            Evidence ............................................ [0511]
            Profiles ............................................ [0512]
          CASE 2
            Evidence ............................................ [0521]
            Profiles ............................................ [0522]
          CASE 3
            Evidence ............................................ [0531]
            Profiles ............................................ [0532]
          CASE 4
            Evidence ............................................ [0541]
            Profiles ............................................ [0542]

    VI. MISCELLANEOUS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [0601]
          Presenting Wrong Evidence during Cross Examinations ... [0611]
          Game Over Scripts
            CASE 1 .............................................. [0621]
            CASE 2 .............................................. [0622]
            CASE 3 .............................................. [0623]
            CASE 4 .............................................. [0624]
          Miscellaneous Scripts ................................. [0631]

   VII. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT / CREDITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [0701]
  VIII. VERSION HISTORY / WHAT IS NEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [0801]

    IX. CONTACT ME  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [0901]
     X. DISCLAIMER / LEGAL STUFF  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [1001]

     ~SPECIAL: GUIDE'S STATISTICS~  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [1101]
        Chocobo ................................................. E N D

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How to use the table of contents:
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If you are currently using any Windows operating system, the following method
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1. Highlight the square brackets and the number inside, e.g. [0000].
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   II. PHOENIX WRIGHT OVERVIEW                                        [0201]
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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is a point and click text adventure for Nintendo 
DS. The game depicts about the legal system in a fictional world where the 
golden rule of their criminal code is: "Guilty until proven innocent" (instead 
of innocent until proven guilty). The burden of proof lies in the defense's 
shoulder (instead of the prosecutor) to prove that his client is innocent.

In this game, we are playing as a young man by the name of Phoenix Wright, a 
defense attorney who seems to always get involve in interesting cases 
throughout his career. His confidence bluffing during the trial has helped him 
a lot in prolonging the trial, preventing the judge from declaring his client 
to be GUILTY, so he can have more time to find more evidence to help his 
client. He also carries out investigation in the crime scene and its 
surrounding by himself (and his ONE assistant!) in order to build a strong case 
for his client.

Most of the prosecutors Phoenix faced in the game are obsessed with a 
"perfect" record, i.e. they have a 100% record that the defendant would always 
get a GUILTY verdict in their case (they even forge the evidence in order to 
accomplish this!). Well, that's before they have to deal with Phoenix Wright. 
Somehow, Phoenix managed to win his case in almost every trial, even 
though the situation in the first hearing looks almost impossible to turn 
around. That's why all the episodes have the word "Turnabout" in their titles 
and Phoenix Wright is called an ACE ATTORNEY!! (and we have a game to play...)

This second game contains a lot of spoilers from the first game, so unless you 
don't plan to play the first game for a long time (or you like to be spoiled), 
you may want to play the first game first before starting on this game. The 
original game is also a lot easier compared to its sequel, as Phoenix was still 
an amateur defense attorney in the first game.

The episodes and scripts in Phoenix Wright games are nothing short of wonderful 
and entertaining! They were really well-done and easy to understand. Even the 
localisation and the translation of the scripts (which are originally Japanese) 
are excellent. Although there are multitude of spelling mistakes and grammar 
errors in this second game, most of the humour and the meaning of the texts are 
not lost and can be easily understood by the Western society.

One might say this game is like a live interactive crime-fiction book with 
beautiful graphics. And that's true! If you enjoy thinking logically and 
reading mystery or crime-fiction/detective book, this game is for you. I 
guarantee you will love it!



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   III. ABOUT THIS GUIDE                                              [0301]
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                        | The Purpose of This Guide |                    [0311]
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Ever wonder what you will get if you chose that other choices? Oh, you forgot 
to save and you didn't have enough life bar; also you were too thrilled to stop 
and try the other option because you wanted to finish the case asap! 

Or do you ever wonder what all those fast texts are actually saying? Stuff like
Wellington's blabbering, Moe's random stuff, Oldbag's chatters, etc. 

Or see what funny things will ensue when Phoenix present some random stuff to 
various people during investigation...

Or you want to reference and find the exact quote of some memorable or silly 
stuff that being said throughout the game...

Or you just want to read the case again like a book! 

Whatever your need is, this game script should be able to help you, because as 
has been said above, Phoenix Wright game is a text adventure game, which means 
the text IS the game! It is just like an interactive book (with beautiful 
graphics of course!), so if you have played the game and want to have some more 
nostalgia with it, this script is for you!

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                                | Formatting |                           [0321]
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Game script can look a bit like a text dump, aka wall of (meaningless) text in 
random order. Therefore, some formatting needs to be done in order for these 
texts to appear in a meaningful sequence and easily searchable.

There are two distinct parts in this game, the investigation part and the 
trial. The formatting for each part is quite different, but there are a few 
things that remain the same for both parts:

1. Basic formatting
<Name tag>:
  Line 1
  Line 2
  Line 3

 --> The lines were cut off as they were in the game, for authenticity.
 --> If there isn't any <Name tag>, it means the game also did not have it.

2. A full ---- line
 --> Indicates a change of scene.

3. A halfway ---- line
 --> Indicates a minor change of situation, usually a flashback or a black
     screen (when thinking) or a person going out.

4. xxx three-sided box
 --> You will lose some of your life bar if you choose to do this.

5. *** three-sided box
 --> Choice. At the end of this box, there is usually an indication for you to
     CONTINUE or RETURN TO QUESTION.

6. RETURN TO THE QUESTION BEFORE IT
 --> Going back up to the original question (to prevent dead-end loop).

7. All misspells and grammar mistakes from the game were put in here as is.


The following sections will specify the formatting of this document in greater 
details for investigation part and trial part:


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Investigation                                                            [0322]
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1. A full ---- line
 --> Moving from one place to another.
 --> Using Maya's Magatama to unlock Psyche-Locks.

2. A halfway ---- line
 --> When you can start examine the background and talk to the person.
 --> After talking to the person, if there is something else happening.

3. +++ three-sided box
 --> Examine (labelled). Note: The labelled names may not be official.

4. >>> three-sided box
 --> Talk (labelled).

5. *** three-sided box
 --> Present (labelled). Evidence first, then profile, then anything else.

6. MOVE TO: "<name of place>"
 --> This shows where you need to go next. This excludes any middle room.

7. In any episode, when you examine the same stuff or present the same thing to
the same person, and the text appears to be the same, I will only write it at
the place where the text showed up for the first time. Therefore, if there is 
something missing in the second part of the investigation, it probably has been 
done in the first investigation part.


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Trial                                                                    [0323]
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1. A full ---- line
 --> Start and end of cross-examination.

2. A halfway ---- line
 --> The additional comment after Witness Testimony.
 --> The additional comment after cycling through all Witness statement during
     the Cross Examination.

3. Each statement of Witness Testimony will be labelled (1), (2), etc.

4. Indentation during Cross Examination.
 --> What you get if you PRESS in that statement.



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   IV. THE SCRIPT                                                     [0401]
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                        |     The Lost Turnabout     |
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                                Part 1-1: Trial                          [0411]
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Phoenix:
  ...*huff*...*huff*...

Phoenix:
  Grr!!
  How did I get into this
  mess...?

  That's far enough!

  You can't run forever,
  Mr. Phoenix Wright!

Phoenix:
  Wha...!?
  What have I done wrong!?

  I cannot allow you
  to go on like this!

Phoenix:
  ...?

Phoenix:
  B-But I'm just a simple
  defense attorney!

  Silence!

  You are no longer worthy
  of your title.

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September 8, 9:08 AM
District Court
Defendant Lobby No. 1

Phoenix:
  What a nightmare...

Phoenix:
  And I bet it was this
  ringtone that caused it...

Phoenix:
  I really shouldn't be dozing
  off right before a trial
  starts anyway...

Phone:
  ...*beep*...

Phoenix:
  Huh... looks like they hung up.

? ? ?:
  Ah, good.
  I finally found it.

? ? ?:
  Talk about a close call.
  I hate to do this to you, but...

? ? ?:
  It's nothing personal...
  Mr. Attorney.

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A few minutes later...
District Court
Defendant Lobby No. 1

Phoenix:
  ...

Phoenix:
  Ouch...
  My head...
  It's throbbing...

Phoenix:
  And why does it feel...
  so foggy in there...?

? ? ?:
  Gooood morning!

Phoenix:
  Ack!

Phoenix:
  Uh...
  G-Good morning...

? ? ?:
  What's wrong!?
  You don't look well!

? ? ?:
  People are at their best
  first thing in the morning!
  Where's that fighting spirit!?

Phoenix:
  ...
  Sorry, but can you please
  turn the cheeriness down?

Phoenix:
  My head... sort of hurts...

? ? ?:
  Roger that!

Phoenix:
  ...

? ? ?:
  ...

Phoenix:
  ...
  Um...
  Am I in trouble or something?

? ? ?:
  Huh?
  "Trouble...?"

Phoenix:
  W-Wait, never mind.
  You're a policewoman,
  right?

Phoenix:
  I thought maybe I had
  done something wrong...?

? ? ?:
  Wh-What are you talking about?

? ? ?:
  I'm the one in trouble!

Phoenix:
  ...
  What?

Byrde:
  I'm placing my life in your
  hands today, Mr. Phoenix
  Wright!

Phoenix:
  Life...
  in...
  my hands...?

Byrde:
  You promised me!
  You said you would prove
  that I was not guilty!

Phoenix:
  "N... Not... guilty"?

Byrde:
  Just when I thought all hope
  was lost; when all the other
  lawyers had laughed me off...

Byrde:
  "Leave it to me!" you said!
  You! The one and only Phoenix
  Wright came to save the day!

Byrde:
  And just like that, I was
  moved to tears, sir!

Byrde:
  I'll never forget what you're
  doing for me, EVER!

Phoenix:
  (What is this girl babbling
  about...?)

Byrde:
  Actually, I really love to
  watch court proceedings, and
  I always root for you to win!

Byrde:
  When I'm off duty, I like to
  come here and...

Byrde:
  ...?

Byrde:
  What's wrong? You've been
  acting really strange and you
  keep staring at me.

Byrde:
  You're making me kind of
  nervous, sir...

Phoenix:
  Oh... sorry.

Phoenix:
  (Hmm... I'm afraid to ask,
  but here goes...)

Phoenix:
  So, this might sound bad,
  but... uh...
  Who are you...?

Byrde:
  Whaaaaat!?

Byrde:
  Mr. Wright!!
  How can you say that!?

Byrde:
  How can you do this to the
  fragile heart of a girl about
  to go on trial...?

Byrde:
  You're absolutely horrible!

Phoenix:
  No -- I mean, I didn't mean it
  like that!

Byrde:
  Is this how a defense attorney
  treats his clients, sir!?
  I can't believe this!!

Phoenix:
  No, it's just...
  ...Well, I think you have the
  wrong person.

Phoenix:
  I'm...

Byrde:
  Yes...!?
  "I'm..."!?

Phoenix:
  ...

Phoenix:
  ... I'm...
  Who am I?
  (Why am I drawing a blank...?)

Bailiff:
  The trial will begin shortly.

Bailiff:
  Will the defendant and her
  lawyer please proceed to
  the courtroom immediately!

Byrde:
  The trial's about to start!
  I'm counting on you in
  there, OK?

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Phoenix:
  (Hmm... I guess I must
  have amnesia...)

Phoenix:
  (Let's see... What can I piece
  together...?)

Phoenix:
  (Hmm, from our conversation,
  I can safely say that I'm
  probably a defense attorney.)

Phoenix:
  (And that girl...
  I said I'd prove her "not
  guilty"...)

Phoenix:
  (I can't believe I made such
  an irresponsible promise.)

Phoenix:
  Aaaaaargh!
  Someone, please!!

Phoenix:
  Tell me this is just a bad
  dream!

  (Why do I get the feeling this
  is one dream I won't be waking
  up from...? *gulp*)

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September 8, 10:00 AM
District Court
Courtroom No. 2

Judge:
  Court is now in session for
  the trial of Maggey Byrde.

Payne:
  The prosecution is ready,
  Your Honor.

Phoenix:
  ...

Judge:
  What is it, Mr. Wright?

Phoenix:
  Um, er...
  Are you talking to me...?

Judge:
  Do you see any other defense
  attorneys here?

Phoenix:
  (I guess not. Urk.)

Judge:
  Now then, are you ready?

*** Yes ************************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I guess I should say, "Yes"
*   for now.)
*
* Judge:
*   Are you ready, Mr. Wright?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Yes, Your Honor.
*   (... Wait a sec...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (If her life is in my
*   hands...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I should really do the
*   responsible thing...)
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** No *************************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Um...
*
* Phoenix:
*   What if I said, "No"?
*   Would that be alright?
*
* Judge:
*   Of course it wouldn't!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Then why bother asking to
*   begin with??)
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  Actually, you see, Your
  Honor...
  My memory is kind of...

Judge:
  The court will not hear
  the defense's excuses.

Judge:
  Because the defendant is a
  member of the police, this
  case is under great scrutiny.

Judge:
  Therefore, we must make this
  trial fair but swift.

Judge:
  I believe I have told you this
  before. I hope you're not
  telling me you've forgotten!

Phoenix:
  (Actually, I did...)

Judge:
  Mr. Payne, your opening
  statement, please.

Payne:
  Yes, Your Honor.

Payne:
  As I'm sure you're well aware,
  the defendant is accused of
  killing her lover.

Payne:
  What's worse, her lover was a
  fellow police officer!

Phoenix:
  A policeman?
  You did WHAT to a policeman!?

Byrde:
  It wasn't me!

Byrde:
  And besides,
  Dustin and I...

Byrde:
  We weren't "lovers" like that!

Payne:
  In any case...

Payne:
  The prosecution will prove
  that the guilty party is none
  other than the defendant!

Judge:
  Very well.

Judge:
  Mr. Payne, please call your
  first witness.

Payne:
  Hee, hee, hee.
  It's been a while, Mr. Wright.

Payne:
  Let's see what you've
  learned since last time.

Payne:
  I won't show you any mercy
  this time, rookie!

Phoenix:
  Okaaay...
  (And who are you again!?)

Payne:
  Please bring Detective
  Dick Gumshoe to the stand.

Byrde:
  Here we go!
  Don't let me down, Mr. Wright!

Phoenix:
  (Nowhere to hide...
  I'm sooo dead...)

--------------------------------------------

Payne:
  Witness, please state your
  name and occupation.

Gumshoe:
  My name is Dick Gumshoe, sir.

Gumshoe:
  I'm the detective in charge
  of homicides down at the
  precinct, sir.

Judge:
  You don't look very well,
  Detective.

Gumshoe:
  Well, sir, the defendant...
  She works under me,
  so, you know...

Phoenix:
  You work under that detective?

Byrde:
  Yes, sir! And while I was a
  trainee, he was always
  watching out for me, sir!

Byrde:
  He's such a wonderful guy,
  sir! I'll never forget what
  he's done for me!

Phoenix:
  (OK, calm down, I believe
  you.)

Payne:
  Detective Gumshoe.

Payne:
  Please describe for us
  the details of this murder.

Gumshoe:
  Yes, sir.

Gumshoe:
  It happened at the park near
  headquarters, "Exposé Park".

Gumshoe:
  The victim was one of the
  local cops, Dustin Prince.

Gumshoe:
  He was pushed down from the
  benches on the upper path,
  sir.

Gumshoe:
  The landing beat his body up
  bad and snapped his neck.

Payne:
  The details are listed in the
  report that was distributed
  yesterday...

Judge:
  Ah, yes.
  This autopsy report, correct?

Phoenix:
  (Why do I not remember
  getting a copy...?)

Judge:
  I see everything is
  in order here.

Judge:
  Even the estimated time of
  death is unusually well
  documented!

Gumshoe:
  The victim's watch stopped
  from the impact of the
  landing, sir.

Gumshoe:
  The results of the autopsy
  confirmed the time of death.

Payne:
  If I may, Your Honor,

Payne:
  the prosecution would like to
  submit this photograph.

Judge:
  Very well.
  The court accepts
  it into evidence.

*Crime Photo 1 added
 to the Court Record.*

Judge:
  Now then, I recall at
  yesterday's preliminary
  hearing,

Judge:
  a very important piece of
  evidence was brought to
  our attention.

Payne:
  Yes, Your Honor.

Gumshoe:
  Yes, sir.

Phoenix:
  Yes... I guess?

Judge:
  Mr. Wright!
  Is your head on right today!?

Judge:
  There was a very crucial piece
  of evidence found under the
  victim's body!

Phoenix:
  Um, was there?

Byrde:
  Have you lost your mind!?

Phoenix:
  Well, actually...

Phoenix:
  Um, it's just nerves.
  Give me a second.

Byrde:
  Whaaaat!?

Byrde:
  How can you talk like such an
  amateur!? I thought you were
  a pro, sir!

Byrde:
  ...

Byrde:
  Alright, sir.
  I'll help you through this!

Byrde:
  At a time like this, maybe you
  ought to take a glance at the
  Court Record!

Phoenix:
  ...Court Record?

Byrde:
  Yup! Info about evidence and
  people involved with this case
  are all listed there, sir!

Byrde:
  You can look at the Court
  Record by touching the
  Court Record Button!

Phoenix:
  The Court Record Button...?
  You really know what you're
  talking about, huh?

Byrde:
  It's too bad I'm a cop, right?
  Just think! I could totally
  be a legal aide instead!

Judge:
  Mr. Wright.

Phoenix:
  Yes, Your Honor!

Judge:
  Court is in session.
  Save your chit-chat for later!

Phoenix:
  S-Sorry, Your Honor...

Phoenix:
  (Well, I guess I'd better
  check the Court Record,
  and see what I can find...)

Phoenix:
  (What was it again?
  The Court Record Button...?)

Judge:
  Alright, Mr. Wright.
  Let's see if your notes are in
  order.

Judge:
  What was the piece of evidence
  found underneath the victim's
  body?

*** A wallet *******************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Um... I'm pretty sure it was a
*   wallet...
*
* Payne:
*   *OBJECTION!*
*
* Payne:
*   This is a court of law! You
*   can't just make wild guesses!
*
* Judge:
*   Agreed.
*
* Byrde:
*   They're right, Mr. Wright!
*
* Byrde:
*   You have to check the Court
*   Record before you answer!
*
* Byrde:
*   If you don't, your client
*   might end up with a
*   guilty verdict!
*
* Phoenix:
*   ("Your client"? You do realize
*   that's you, right?)
*
* Judge:
*   I will ask you one more time.
*
* RETURN TO QUESTION
*
********************************************

*** Glasses ********************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   That's simple, Your Honor.
*   A broken pair of glasses.
*
* Judge:
*   That's right.
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** A police badge *************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   If he's a cop, then I guess
*   maybe a badge or something...
*
* Payne:
*   *OBJECTION!*
*
* Payne:
*   Mr. Wright! Please stick to
*   the facts of this case!
*
* Phoenix:
*   *OBJECTION!*
*
* Phoenix:
*   He is a policeman, correct?
*
* Payne:
*   I don't think you understand
*   the problem here.
*
* Judge:
*   I will not have an uninformed
*   lawyer in my court.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Yes, Your Honor.
*   (Guess there's no fooling
*   those two.)
*
* Byrde:
*   Please, for my sake, look at
*   the Court Record, sir!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Uh, it's the Court Record
*   Button, right?)
*
* Judge:
*   I will ask you one more time.
*
* RETURN TO QUESTION
*
********************************************

Gumshoe:
  The victim grabbed the
  criminal's glasses as he
  was being shoved, sir,

Gumshoe:
  and held onto them as he fell.

Phoenix:
  ...

Byrde:
  Hey!
  Why are you giving me the
  evil eye!?

Phoenix:
  Those glasses you're
  wearing...

Byrde:
  Nnnngh...

Byrde:
  Yes, this is my spare pair.

Byrde:
  But these glasses they found
  at the scene of the crime are
  not mine! I swear, sir!

Phoenix:
  You sure about that?

Byrde:
  Look, it was a coincidence
  that on that same day, I
  accidentally stepped on mine!

Phoenix:
  (A "coincidence" she says...
  Urk...)

Payne:
  Eh hee hee hee hee hee hee!
  Your Honor.

Payne:
  I have further evidence to
  present.

Judge:
  Oh? You have more?

Payne:
  And this evidence is very
  decisive.

Judge:
  Very well!

Judge:
  Let's hear from our witness
  about this "evidence".

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- Decisive Evidence --

(1)
Gumshoe:
  There's something even more
  incriminating than the glasses
  under the victim's body, sir.

(2)
Gumshoe:
  During his date, the victim
  was pushed from the bench
  area.

(3)
Gumshoe:
  But he managed to write the
  culprit's name on the ground
  where he landed.

(4)
Gumshoe:
  I don't like saying it, but it
  was clearly the defendant's
  name, "Maggie", sir.

(5)
Gumshoe:
  With this piece of evidence
  and the glasses, it's hard to
  say she's not the culprit.

--------------------------------------------

Payne:
  This is a picture of the
  writing, Your Honor.

Judge:
  Why, this is...!

Judge:
  Yes, I can see the name
  is clearly written here.

Payne:
  The prosecution would like
  to submit this picture.

Judge:
  Understood.
  The court accepts it into
  evidence.

*Crime Photo 2 added to the
 Court Record.*

Phoenix:
  As if the glasses alone didn't
  make you look suspicious,

Phoenix:
  the victim even wrote your
  name clear as day on the
  ground!

Byrde:
  But, but, but, I already told
  you! Those glasses aren't
  mine!!

Phoenix:
  And how do you explain his
  dying message?

Byrde:
  ...

Byrde:
  It's a conspiracy!
  I'm not guilty, sir!

Judge:
  Mr. Wright, you may cross-
  examine the witness.

Phoenix:
  Cross-examine?

Byrde:
  This is it!
  I'm counting on you!

Phoenix:
  Sure... But what am I supposed
  to do?

Byrde:
  WHAT!?

Byrde:
  This isn't like you at all!

Byrde:
  Normally, this is the part
  where you get in the
  witnesses' faces!

Phoenix:
  Get in their faces and do
  what?

Byrde:
  I guess there's no way
  around it!

Byrde:
  OK, I'm going to lend you a
  hand!

Byrde:
  The prosecution's witnesses
  all hide things from the
  court,

Byrde:
  which means they lie from
  time to time.

Phoenix:
  Lie?

Phoenix:
  But... isn't that detective
  your superior?

Byrde:
  Well, even if they don't mean
  to lie, sometimes people just
  remember things wrong.

Phoenix:
  Hmm, like that detective.
  He does sort of look like
  a scatterbrain...

Byrde:
  It doesn't matter!
  Either way, it's bad for us,
  sir!

Byrde:
  That's why when you question
  witnesses, you have to find
  and expose their lies!

Judge:
  Mr. Wright.
  Your cross-examination,
  please.

Phoenix:
  Y-Yes, Your Honor.

Phoenix:
  (Talk about trial by fire.
  Here goes nothing.)

Phoenix:
  (As long as I can "expose the
  lies", we should be alright.)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CROSS EXAMINATION
-- Decisive Evidence --

(1)
Gumshoe:
  There's something even more
  incriminating than the glasses
  under the victim's body, sir.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Hmm, about those glasses...

     Phoenix:
       Do you have any proof
       that those belong to my
       client?

     Gumshoe:
       The lenses are for near-
       sightedness, and are almost
       the same strength as hers.

     Gumshoe:
       Even the frames look kinda
       like the ones she's wearing
       in her ID, pal.
       
     Phoenix:
       Hmm...
       (What should I do now?)

     *** Continue pressing **********************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Hold it!
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   "Almost" and "kinda" are not
     *   good enough in a case like
     *   this!
     * 
     * Gumshoe:
     *   Er, um...
     * 
     * Phoenix:
     *   Do you have more
     *   definitive proof?
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Is there something that
     *   clearly links the defendant
     *   with those glasses!?
     * 
     * Gumshoe:
     *   Er, um, uh...
     *
     * Gumshoe:
     *   The dirt and sand rubbed out
     *   any traces of fingerprints or
     *   anything else.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   So what you are saying,
     *   detective,
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   is that you have nothing that
     *   proves those glasses are
     *   my client's.
     *
     * Gumshoe:
     *   Um, something like that...
     *
     * Payne:
     *   Wh-Wh-What!?
     *
     * Judge:
     *   I see... Hmm... So there is no
     *   proof...
     *
     * Byrde:
     *   Wow, that was amazing!
     *
     * Byrde: 
     *   I could totally feel it,
     *   down in my gut!
     *
     ********************************************

     *** Leave it be ****************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (We're in real trouble if
     *   those glasses really are
     *   hers...)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (It's probably better to back
     *   out while we can.)
     * 
     * Byrde:
     *   Argh... Why don't you
     *   believe me...?
     * 
     ********************************************

(2)
Gumshoe:
  During his date, the victim
  was pushed from the bench
  area.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Now, you're sure he was pushed
       and that's how he fell?

     Gumshoe:
       Yeah, pal. If you look at the
       wounds on the victim's body,

     Gumshoe:
       there's no way it was anything
       else.

     Phoenix:
       Hmm...

     Judge:
       Please continue with
       your testimony, detective.

     Gumshoe:
       Anyway, the victim fell pretty
       far...

(3)
Gumshoe:
  But he managed to write the
  culprit's name on the ground
  where he landed.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       The culprit's name?

     Gumshoe:
       Yeah. I was surprised, too.

     Gumshoe:
       I didn't want to believe it,
       but...

     Phoenix:
       Was the name that of my
       client?

(4)
Gumshoe:
  I don't like saying it, but it
  was clearly the defendant's
  name, "Maggie", sir.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Are you absolutely certain!?

     Gumshoe:
       Sorry, pal, but that's what it
       said.

     Gumshoe:
       This is a picture of it. No
       No matter which way you look,
       it still says "Maggie".

     Phoenix:
       (Hmm... He's got a point...)

     Byrde:
       Hey, hold on!

     Phoenix:
       Huh?

     Byrde:
       Don't "huh" me!
       I know the picture says
       "Maggie", but...

     Phoenix:
       (Now that she mentions it,
       something does feel kind of
       off about this picture...)

     Byrde:
       That's how you know you found
       a contradiction! Now hurry up
       and present some evidence!

     Phoenix:
       (So THAT'S what spotting a
       contradiction feels like...)

     Phoenix:
       (I'd better check the Court
       Record again...)

(5)
Gumshoe:
  With this piece of evidence
  and the glasses, it's hard to
  say she's not the culprit.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       And you are certain that it
       was the victim who wrote the
       name on the ground?

     Gumshoe:
       There were scratches on his
       fingers from the rough sand,

     Gumshoe:
       and there were grains of sand
       stuck under his pointer finger
       nail.

     Judge:
       Hmm... It certainly seems
       that the name was written
       by the victim himself.

     Phoenix:
       (That didn't go well.)

     Phoenix:
       (If it really was him, then
       we're in a lot of trouble...)

--------------------------------------------

Byrde:
  Don't give up!
  Keep that fighting spirit
  going!

Phoenix:
  I'm glad you're all pumped up,
  but...

Byrde:
  I really want to see your
  "special move", sir!

Phoenix:
  My what??

Byrde:
  You always look so cool when
  you present evidence!

Phoenix:
  Present... evidence?

*** Oh, THAT present evidence! *************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Actually, I was just thinking
*   about that!
*
* Byrde:
*   Yes! The great Phoenix
*   Wright is back!
*
* Byrde:
*   Oh, that's right!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Huh?
*
* Byrde:
*   I heard that lately, you can
*   present not only evidence,
*   but people's profiles as well!
*
* Byrde:
*   It sure makes things a bit
*   more complicated, so be
*   careful, sir!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (People's profiles, huh?)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Alright, let's give this
*   another try.)
*
* RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION
*
********************************************

*** Enlighten me. **************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Um, about this "presenting
*   evidence"...
*
* Byrde:
*   OK. When you're listening to 
*   testimony, you can compare
*   it with the Court Record.
*
* Byrde:
*   If you do that, you're sure to
*   find contradictions in the
*   witness's statements!
*
* Phoenix:
*   C-Contradictions?
*
* Byrde:
*   Well, there are many reasons
*   why a testimony might
*   contradict the evidence.
*
* Byrde:
*   The witness might be lying,
*   or maybe they're just
*   mistaken.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Uh huh.
*   And?
*
* Byrde:
*   You still have no idea what
*   I'm talking about??
*
* Byrde:
*   When you find a contradiction,
*   open the Court Record to the
*   item you need...
*
* Phoenix:
*   And then I present that
*   evidence, right!?
*
* Byrde:
*   You got it!
*
* Byrde:
*   You can also present people's
*   profiles as evidence!
*
* Byrde:
*   With so many items, make sure
*   you present the right thing!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Hmm... Sounds complicated,
*   but I'll give it a try.
*   You're pretty good at this.
*
* Byrde:
*   Wow, being praised by a pro!
*   I don't know what to say!
*
* RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION
*
********************************************

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Present Maggey Byrde profile* at (3) or (4)

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  ...

Phoenix:
  ...

Phoenix:
  ...

Judge:
  Wh-What is it?

Phoenix:
  ...

Phoenix:
  (What...
  What's come over me...?)

Phoenix:
  (Without thinking, I just
  blurted out, "Objection!"...)

Phoenix:
  (And I yelled it at the top of
  my lungs, finger outstretched,
  ready to take on my opponent!)

Phoenix:
  (What a rush!)

Phoenix:
  Detective Gumshoe!

Gumshoe:
  Y-You talking to me, pal?

Phoenix:
  Please state the defendant's
  name for me!

Payne:
  *OBJECTION!*

Payne:
  What are you trying to
  prove with this futile
  exercise, Mr. Wright?

Phoenix:
  You'll see. This is a very
  crucial line of questioning!

Phoenix:
  Actually, Mr. Payne, you can
  answer. The defendant's name,
  if you please.

Payne:
  Wh-Where is this ridiculous
  question coming from?

Payne:
  The defendant's, uh, name
  is, uh... "Maggie Byrde".

Phoenix:
  I think someone needs to
  check the Court Record.

Payne:
  What...?
  It says right here that it's
  "Maggey Byrde".

Payne:
  Aaaah!!

Phoenix:
  It looks like the bird
  caught the cat napping!

Judge:
  What's going on here!?

Gumshoe:
  I have no idea either, sir!

Phoenix:
  As you can see,

Phoenix:
  the victim did indeed leave a
  name, "Maggie".

Phoenix:
  However, the defendant's
  name is actually spelled,
  "Maggey"!

Phoenix:
  This is a blatant
  contradiction of facts!

Judge:
  Ohh!

Gumshoe:
  How about that?
  I hadn't even noticed!

Payne:
  *OBJECTION!*

Payne:
  But, but, but...!

Payne:
  But maybe the victim didn't
  know how to spell her name
  correctly...

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  May I remind you that it was
  you who said,

Phoenix:
  "The defendant is accused of
  killing her lover."

Phoenix:
  If they were truly lovers, it
  would be impossible for him
  to have not known her name!

Payne:
  Noooo!

Judge:
  This is very true.

Judge:
  Mr. Payne.

Payne:
  Y-Yes, Your Honor?

Judge:
  Are you absolutely certain
  that the defendant and the
  victim, Dustin Prince,

Judge:
  were, in fact, lovers?

Payne:
  Y-Yes, I am quite certain,
  Your Honor.

Payne:
  They were a well-known
  couple in the police force.

Judge:
  Detective Gumshoe.

Judge:
  Please testify for the court
  the relationship between the
  victim and the defendant.

Gumshoe:
  Yes, sir...

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- Dustin and Maggey --

(1)
Gumshoe:
  Officer Prince and Officer
  Byrde had been going out for
  about half a year.

(2)
Gumshoe:
  It sounded like they were even
  talking about marriage.

(3)
Gumshoe:
  The day of the incident just
  happened to be the victim's
  birthday, sir.

(4)
Gumshoe:
  Maggey... I mean, Officer
  Byrde, had gotten Officer
  Prince a present.

(5)
Gumshoe:
  It was something she had
  gotten over 2 months ago.

(6)
Gumshoe:
  I should know, 'cause she
  came to me to ask what she
  should get for him.

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  Oh... Those two sound
  like they were close...

Payne:
  Nevertheless, tragedu struck.

Judge:
  Hmm, yes, I see...
  You may cross-examine the
  witness, Mr. Wright.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CROSS EXAMINATION
-- Dustin and Maggey --

(1)
Gumshoe:
  Officer Prince and Officer
  Byrde had been going out for
  about half a year.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       How do you know about this?

     Gumshoe:
       Every year in March, we have
       a training camp for us cops.

     Gumshoe:
       Officer Byrde was a rookie at
       the time, and she and Officer
       Prince seemed to hit it off.

     Phoenix:
       (They got close, I take it...)

     Gumshoe:
       Actually, I was supposed to
       go, too, but...

     Gumshoe:
       I couldn't pay the deposit for
       the trip, so I didn't.

     Gumshoe:
       If only I had gone on that
       trip...

     Judge:
       What is it?

     Gumshoe:
       Oh, uh, nothing, sir!
       Really!
       Anyway...

(2)
Gumshoe:
  It sounded like they were even
  talking about marriage.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Marriage? But wasn't the
       victim 8 years older than her?

     Gumshoe:
       What!? You saying a guy's
       gotta marry someone the
       same age as himself, pal!?

     Phoenix:
       No, that's not what I
       meant at all...

     Byrde:
       Detective Gumshoe and Dustin
       were only a year apart, you
       know?

     Phoenix:
       (Ugh... I think this fella has
       a ways to go before
       marriage...)

     Gumshoe:
       Mind your own business, pal!

(3)
Gumshoe:
  The day of the incident just
  happened to be the victim's
  birthday, sir.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       The day of the incident...
       You mean September 6th?

     Gumshoe:
       Yeah.

     Gumshoe:
       The victim, Officer Prince,
       had just gotten off duty at
       5:30 PM that day,

     Gumshoe:
       and since Maggey's night shift
       hadn't started yet, they went
       to the park for a bit...

     Judge:
       Ah, I remember when I was
       young and in love. Oh, it was
       a jolly time.

     Phoenix:
       (That's great, Your Honor...
       I'm glad you're such a
       cheerful old man...)

(4)
Gumshoe:
  Maggey... I mean, Officer
  Byrde, had gotten Officer
  Prince a present.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       ... You seem to know a lot
       about the defendant.

     Gumshoe:
       Well, that's because, uh, I'm
       her boss. And I've gotta
       watch out for my subordinates!

     Phoenix:
       But even what she was going
       to give as a present? Isn't
       that going a bit too far...?

     Gumshoe:
       Hey, pal!
       Watch what you say!

     Gumshoe:
       I know everything that happens
       under me! If someone so
       much as scratches their...

     Phoenix:
       I REALLY don't need to know
       that much...

     Payne:
       *OBJECTION!*

     Payne:
       Mr. Wright! Please refrain
       from badgering the witness!

     Judge:
       I agree.

     Judge:
       Even if this witness has a
       crush on the defendant,

     Judge:
       that should not be the point
       of discussion at this time.

     Gumshoe:
       Whoa! Wait a second!
       Why are we talking about
       this!?

     Gumshoe:
       It's all YOUR fault, pal!
       You're guilty, guilty, guilty!
       I should have you arrested!

     Phoenix:
       (I think the good Detective is
       about done here...)

(5)
Gumshoe:
  It was something she had
  gotten over 2 months ago.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       "Over 2 months ago?"

     Gumshoe:
       Yup.
       She's a very considerate
       woman, pal!

     Phoenix:
       So... What was this birthday
       present?

     Gumshoe:
       She got him a glove.

     Judge:
       A single glove?
       Why would she only give him
       one?

     Payne:
       Um, actually, Your Honor, the
       glove in question is a
       baseball glove.

     Judge:
       Oh, I see.
       A baseball glove.

     Gumshoe:
       Officer Prince was a huge
       baseball fan.

     Phoenix:
       (A baseball glove. Hmm...)

     *** Press further **************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Just now, I believe you said
     *   that the present was something
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   she had "gotten over 2 months
     *   ago".
     * 
     * Gumshoe:
     *   Yeah.
     * 
     * Phoenix:
     *   Are you saying she went out
     *   and bought the glove over
     *   2 months ago?
     * 
     * Gumshoe:
     *   Nah, nothing like that, pal!
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Then, what is it like?
     *
     * Gumshoe:
     *   She ordered it.
     *   It was custom-made!
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Custom-made?
     *   The glove was custom-made?
     *
     * Gumshoe:
     *   Yup, that's what I said!
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Hmm...
     *   So the glove was custom-made.
     *
     * Payne:
     *   *OBJECTION*
     *
     * Payne:
     *   Your Honor, I really don't see
     *   how this glove is related to
     *   this case.
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Yes, it would seem that there
     *   is little relevance. What do
     *   you think, Mr. Wright?
     *
     * Judge: 
     *   Do you think this glove is
     *   really relevant to this case?
     *
     * *** Of course it's relevant ****************
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   (I don't know where this will
     * *   lead me, but...)
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   Of course it is relevant!
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   That glove is the key to this
     * *   whole case!
     * *
     * * CONTINUE TO THE NEXT PART
     * *
     * ********************************************
     *
     * *** Of course it's not *********************
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   Hmm, I suppose it isn't
     * *   really relevant.
     * *
     * * Judge:
     * *   Th-Then...
     * *
     * * Judge:
     * *   Then why were you wasting
     * *   this court's time with
     * *   irrelevant questions!?
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   Uh, I was curious and got, uh,
     * *   carried away, Your Honor...?
     * *
     * * Judge:
     * *   Witness, please ignore this
     * *   airheaded lawyer and continue
     * *   with your testimony.
     * *
     * * Payne:
     * *   Detective Gumshoe, please tell
     * *   the court why you knew about
     * *   the baseball glove.
     * *
     * ********************************************
     *
     ********************************************

     *** Leave him be ***************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (Well, it's just a birthday
     *   present...)
     *
     * Payne:
     *   If there are no further
     *   questions, Your Honor...
     * 
     * Judge:
     *   Hmm...
     * 
     * Judge:
     *   Witness, why do you know
     *   about this glove?
     * 
     ********************************************

(6)
Gumshoe:
  I should know, 'cause she
  came to me to ask what she
  should get for him.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       You discussed what the
       defendant was going to
       give to her boyfriend?

     Gumshoe:
       Well, I'm, er...
       *ahem*
       She, uh... trusts me, so...

     Phoenix:
       (Boy does he look proud of
       himself right now...)

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  ...

Byrde:
  Wh-What is it this time?

Phoenix:
  That testimony didn't sound
  like it had any contradictions
  in it to me.

Phoenix:
  There just wasn't anything
  that really stuck out as odd.

Byrde:
  Yeah...

Byrde:
  I wonder what would happen
  if you tried to get more
  information from him?

Phoenix:
  Get more information?

Byrde:
  Yeah! You know!
  Like how they "press" people
  on those old cop shows, sir!

Phoenix:
  So I should try "pressing"
  him, huh?

RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Byrde:
  Yes!
  Bluffing to the max!

Byrde:
  Now, THIS is the Mr. Wright
  I know!

Byrde:
  I'm so happy you're back, sir!
  I was wondering how long it'd
  take! This is great!

Phoenix:
  (Hmm, pressing people...
  It feels like I've done
  this before.)

Phoenix:
  (As if I used to do this to
  squeeze information from even
  the most tight-lipped people.)

Judge:
  Very well.

Judge:
  If you are that convinced,
  then let's hear some more
  about this matter.

Gumshoe:
  Actually, I brought the glove
  with me today.

Phoenix:
  And?

Judge:
  Why didn't you say so earlier?
  Hurry and show the glove to
  this court!

Gumshoe:
  Well, I didn't think it had
  anything to do with this
  case...

Gumshoe:
  Anyway, this is it, sir.

Judge:
  It's, uh... rather yellow,
  isn't it?

*Baseball Glove added to the
 Court Record.*

Gumshoe:
  Officer Prince really liked
  the color yellow.

Phoenix:
  And that's why you had to
  special order it?

Byrde:
  Yup, that's right!
  That, and one other reason...

Judge:
  I think this court has heard
  enough.

Judge:
  It is clear that the victim
  and the defendant were
  involved with each other.

Payne:
  Yes, that's correct, Your
  Honor.

Judge:
  Now, if that is true, it
  brings up an important
  question.

Judge:
  Was the name "Maggie" really
  written by the victim?

Payne:
  I see your point, Your Honor.

Payne:
  Detective Gumshoe, please
  tell the court a little more
  about the name on the ground.

Gumshoe:
  Yes, sir.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- Writing on the Ground --

(1)
Gumshoe:
  We first looked into the
  handwriting, sir.

(2)
Gumshoe:
  Unfortunately, we couldn't
  confirm that it was the
  victim's handwriting.

(3)
Gumshoe:
  Next, we checked the victim's
  pointer finger.

(4)
Gumshoe:
  We found that there was sand
  trapped under the victim's
  fingernail.

(5)
Gumshoe:
  There were also scratches on
  the skin that were caused
  by him writing on the ground.

(6)
Gumshoe:
  From this, we could confirm
  that the victim wrote this
  name with his right hand.

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  Hmm... Yes, a perfectly
  logical conclusion.

Judge:
  Now then, Mr. Wright, you may
  cross-examine the witness.

Phoenix:
  Thank you, Your Honor.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CROSS EXAMINATION
-- Writing on the Ground --

(1)
Gumshoe:
  We first looked into the
  handwriting.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       But can you really determine
       handwriting based on a sample
       written in sand?

     Gumshoe:
       Heh, this is why amateurs
       are amateurs.

     Gumshoe:
       We're not a buncha simpletons,
       pal!

     Gumshoe:
       Scientific investigation in
       this country's actually pretty
       good.

     Judge:
       Hmm, I believe it's time to
       get back to the real point.

     Payne:
       Agreed, Your Honor.
       So, what was the result of the
       investigation?

(2)
Gumshoe:
  Unfortunately, we couldn't
  confirm that it was the
  victim's handwriting.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       So in the end, you couldn't
       confirm it?

     Gumshoe:
       Hey, don't you look down on
       us!

     Gumshoe:
       I told you! We're not a bunch
       of simpletons, pal!

     Gumshoe:
       Everyone knows you can't find
       out everything you want with
       scientific investigation!

     Judge:
       I've never heard that before.

     Payne:
       Me, either.

     Phoenix:
       Nor I.

     Byrde:
       I never heard anything like
       that at the police academy,
       sir...

     Gumshoe:
       OK, so I made it up.
       Anyway...

(3)
Gumshoe:
  Next, we checked the victim's
  pointer finger.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       His pointer finger?

     Gumshoe:
       You know, the one you're
       always POINTING and waving
       around in people's faces.

     Phoenix:
       Aha, ha, ha.
       Don't tell me it bothers
       you...

     Gumshoe:
       Every time you do it, I have a
       mini-heart attack. It's like
       you're trying to kill me, pal.

     Payne:
       In any case, you examined
       the victim's index finger,
       correct?

     Gumshoe:
       Yeah. We figured there should
       be something on his finger if
       he had been writing in sand.

     Judge:
       Hmm... And the results?

(4)
Gumshoe:
  We found that there was sand
  trapped under the victim's
  fingernail.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       And what does that prove?

     Gumshoe:
       Well, it proves that he did
       write that name with his
       own finger.

     Payne:
       Yes, which explains why there
       was sand stuck under his nail.

     Phoenix:
       (I guess he's right...)

     Gumshoe:
       And there's more...

(5)
Gumshoe:
  There were also scratches on
  the skin that were caused
  by him writing on the ground.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       "Scratches on his skin?"

     Gumshoe:
       Yup. You can't see them with
       your naked eye, but they're
       there.

     Judge:
       That is incredible!

     Gumshoe:
       Sure is! That's the power
       of scientific investigation!

     Gumshoe:
       They're so small that we had
       to use a magnifying glass...
       like a really strong one.

     Gumshoe:
       It's got that really
       scientific-sounding
       name...

     Phoenix:
       You mean a microscope?

     Gumshoe:
       Yeah, that's it!
       We used one of those and
       that's how we found them!

     Phoenix:
       (I can't believe this guy
       doesn't know what a
       microscope is...)

(6)
Gumshoe:
  From this, we could confirm
  that the victim wrote this
  name with his right hand.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Are you absolutely sure?

     Gumshoe:
       I believe in the power of
       science.

     Phoenix:
       (Hmm, I wonder if my evidence
       is solid enough to counter
       with?)

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (Listening to this, you would
  think there was only one
  conclusion...)

Phoenix:
  (that the name was definitely
  written by the victim...)

Byrde:
  But don't you think that
  would be really strange, sir!?

Byrde:
  If Dustin really wrote that
  message with his right hand,

Byrde:
  do you think I would have gone
  through that much trouble to
  get him his present?

Phoenix:
  (The present...?
  What about it...?)

RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Present Baseball Glove* at (6)

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  Detective Gumshoe.
  Take a look at this.

Gumshoe:
  That's the glove, right?

Phoenix:
  Could you tell the court
  what is special about this
  glove?

Gumshoe:
  What's special? Um, never
  really thought about it, but
  uh...

Gumshoe:
  It's REALLY yellow...
  ...
  And that's about it.

Phoenix:
  Yes, it's REALLY yellow, but
  that is only one of its
  qualities.

Gumshoe:
  Huh?

Phoenix:
  There's another reason why
  it's special.

Judge:
  And what would that be?

Phoenix:
  It's very simple.

Phoenix:
  This glove is made for a
  left-handed person!

Gumshoe:
  Left-handed...?

Judge:
  Why, you're absolutely right!

Judge:
  This glove is made to be worn
  on the right hand!

Phoenix:
  That is why it had to be
  custom-made.

Phoenix:
  I have never seen a bright
  yellow left-hander's glove
  for sale. Have you?

Gumshoe:
  Well, um... no.

Phoenix:
  So, Detective.

Phoenix:
  Which hand did the victim
  use to write the name with,
  again...?

Gumshoe:
  That's easy!

Gumshoe:
  Look, it's obvious from this
  picture that it was his...
  W-W-Wait a sec...

Phoenix:
  Don't forget that the victim
  was left-handed!

Gumshoe:
  Aaaaah!!

Payne:
  *OBJECTION!*

Payne:
  This is... This is...
  I mean... I...
  Objec--

Judge:
  Overruled.

Judge:
  Mr. Wright, I would like to
  know what your line of
  reasoning proves.

Phoenix:
  There is only one conclusion
  that can be drawn!

Phoenix:
  A left-handed person could
  not have written a message
  with his right hand!

Phoenix:
  Therefore!

Phoenix:
  The person who wrote the
  name "Maggie" could not
  have been the victim!

Judge:
  Order! Order!

Judge:
  When you think about it that
  way, then yes,

Judge:
  it is not possible that this
  name was written by the
  victim himself.

Gumshoe:
  Then that means Maggey is...!

Payne:
  No... IT'S NOT POSSIBLE!!

Judge:
  Mr. Payne.

Payne:
  Y-Y-Yes, Your Honor?

Judge:
  The evidence the prosecution
  has presented has failed to
  prove the defendant's guilt.

Judge:
  In fact, I believe you have
  proven her to be innocent!

Payne:
  NOOOOOOO!

Byrde:
  Alright!
  You did it, Mr. Wright!

Byrde:
  Whew! I feel like I can
  breathe again!

Judge:
  It seems that we have reached
  the conclusion.

Judge:
  You did a fine job once again,
  Mr. Wright.

Phoenix:
  Me, Your Honor?
  Ah, well, thank you, sir...

Byrde:
  See, you got complimented
  by the judge again!
  You're really good!

Byrde:
  And that's why you can't give
  up being a lawyer, sir!

Phoenix:
  (Are you joking!? I'm more
  than ready to retire!)

Judge:
  I will now announce my
  verdict.

Judge:
  This court finds the
  defendant, Maggey Byrde...

Payne:
  *OBJECTION!*

Payne:
  No!! Not yet!

Payne:
  I mean, please give me a few
  more minutes, Your Honor.

Judge:
  Wh-What is the meaning of
  this, Mr. Payne!?

Payne:
  The prosecution is not
  finished yet!

Phoenix:
  What do you mean!?

Payne:
  We would like to call our next
  witness to the stand!

Phoenix:
  Whaaaaaaaaaat!?

Judge:
  And what did this witness...
  witness?

Payne:
  The moment the victim was
  pushed to his death!

Payne:
  What's more, he saw the very
  face of the culprit!

Phoenix:
  What the heck!?

Judge:
  Order! Order in the court!

Judge:
  I believe a recess is in
  order.

Judge:
  Afterward, we will hear from
  this new witness.

Phoenix:
  (I had a feeling that was a
  bit too easy...)

Phoenix:
  (Hmm, I need more information.
  I'll have to see what I can
  find out during this recess.)

Phoenix:
  (I can't let my guard down!
  It's only going to get tougher
  from here!)

Judge:
  Court is adjourned for recess!


                                             To be continued.
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                                Part 1-2: Trial                          [0412]
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September 8, 11:43 AM
District Court
Defendant Lobby No. 1

Byrde:
  A-Amnesia!?

Byrde:
  I can't believe my lawyer's
  trying to defend me in such
  a state...

Phoenix:
  ...
  I... Uh...

Byrde:
  Why didn't you tell me, sir!?

Phoenix:
  I'm sorry I didn't mention
  it to you.

Byrde:
  Oh! I know what to do!

Byrde:
  I heard you can fix something
  like this with a really strong
  shock to your system!

Byrde:
  Come on, lower your head a
  little! A Maggey Kick should
  be all you need!

Phoenix:
  Ah, no, no, no.
  I think I'll pass on this one.

Byrde:
  Come on!...
  Ah, I'm sorry.

Byrde:
  Whenever I see someone in
  trouble, I have a hard time
  leaving them alone...

Byrde:
  I tend to stick my nose where
  it doesn't belong and try to
  tackle everyone's problems.

Phoenix:
  (Well, my head's one problem
  you won't be tackling
  today...)

Phoenix:
  Well, we're here to solve your
  problem first.
  We can deal with mine later.

Phoenix:
  For now, do you think you can
  fill me in on a few things?

Byrde:
  Of course! I'd be honored to!

Byrde:
  Ah, well, I guess we'll start
  with my name and then I can
  tell you about me!

Phoenix:
  No, no, that's ok. Really.
  I think I know you and your
  name pretty well by now.

Phoenix:
  I was wondering if you could
  help me figure out a few
  things about myself.

Phoenix:
  So, my name is
  "Phoenix Wright"?
  What a weird name.

Byrde:
  Hmmmm... This is serious.
  You really don't remember.

Byrde:
  I'll tell you what, sir.
  You can have this back,
  and maybe it'll help!

Phoenix:
  ...?
  This is...
  a business card?

Byrde:
  I got this from you.
  It's my most prized
  possession!

Byrde:
  You can borrow it for now,
  but please give it back, OK!?

Phoenix:
  OK.
  (There are some numbers
  written on the back...)

Byrde:
  Oh, that's your cell phone
  number!

*Phoenix's Business Card
added to the Court Record.*

Phoenix:
  I guess for now, we should
  stop talking about me,

Phoenix:
  and start talking about this
  case.

Byrde:
  This case...?

Phoenix:
  Yup. Can you think of anything
  that would be helpful for me
  to know?

Byrde:
  Um, what can I tell you...?
  Ah, um... Hmm...

Byrde:
  I can't think of anything
  other than the incident
  with that cell phone, but...

Phoenix:
  ...Cell phone?

Byrde:
  Yeah! Your eyes lit up when
  we talked about it at the
  Detention Center, sir!

Phoenix:
  ...!

Phoenix:
  Hurry up then and tell me!
  This might be very important!

Byrde:
  OK! Roger!

--------------------------------------------

Byrde:
  It was on the day of the
  crime, just before 6 PM...

Byrde:
  I picked up a lost cell phone
  while on a walk with Dustin.

Phone:
  ...............

Byrde:
  All of a sudden, the phone
  began to ring...

Phone:
  ...*beep*...

Byrde:
  "Um, hello?"

? ? ?:
  "Oh, thank you! I've been
  searching for my phone."

Byrde:
  "Is this yours? Oh, I'm glad
  you called! We can meet up
  and I can give this back!"

? ? ?:
  "I'll be right there, um...
  I'm sorry, I didn't catch your
  name..."

Byrde:
  "You can call me Maggey!"

--------------------------------------------

Byrde:
  We agreed to meet up at 6 PM.

Byrde:
  Dustin and I waited for the
  person to show up...

Byrde:
  but they never did.

Phoenix:
  Hmmmm...

Phoenix:
  So where is the phone you
  found now?

Byrde:
  I gave it to you yesterday!

Phoenix:
  Huh? To me?
  (Is it that phone in my
  pocket...?)

Phoenix:
  Y-You mean this?

Byrde:
  Do you think it has anything
  to do with the murder?

Phoenix:
  I... don't really know...
  But if my eyes "lit up"...

? ? ?:
  AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHH!!
  YOU WERE HERE ALL ALONG!!

? ? ?:
  You're so mean!!

? ? ?:
  I called you a million times
  but you wouldn't pick up!

? ? ?:
  And when I went to check in
  the courtroom, everyone had
  already left...

Phoenix:
  (Ack!
  Now who in the heck is this?)

Phoenix:
  (Let me guess. I'm supposed to
  know this girl too...)

? ? ?:
  Hey, good morning, Maggey!

Byrde:
  And a good morning to you,
  too, Maya!

Maya:
  So!? So!?
  How's it going!?

Byrde:
  Is there a word for
  "worse than abysmal"...?

Maya:
  Oh?
  And what if I said that
  everything will be fine?

Maya:
  That's right! It's Maya to the
  rescue with the ultra-decisive
  super-important evidence!

Maya:
  Here you are, Nick!
  The thing you wanted me to
  bring!

Phoenix:
  Huh? Oh, ah, thanks...
  (What the heck is this?
  A list?)

Phoenix:
  (It has about 20 people's
  names and phone numbers
  written on it.)

Maya:
  It was kind of tough, but I
  managed to find out some dirt!

Maya:
  It looks like these guys are
  up to no good.

Phoenix:
  "No good"?
  As in?

Maya:
  There's a group of con artists
  the police are currently
  investigating.

Maya:
  I think these guys are members
  of that group.

*Names List added to
the Court Record.*

Phoenix:
  Why would a group of con
  artists pop up in a case
  like this?

Maya:
  Don't look at me!

Phoenix:
  Hmm...
  And where did you get this
  list from in the first place?

Maya:
  Whaaaaat!?
  Why are you asking that!?

Maya:
  You're the one who asked
  me to look this up yesterday!

Phoenix:
  Oh... is that right?

Maya:
  These numbers were in the
  memory of that phone Maggey
  found.

Phoenix:
  Hmm, so that's where they're
  from.

Maya:
  You're awfully forgetful these
  days, Nick.

Maya:
  I hope I never get to be a
  forgetful old prune like you!

Byrde:
  Um, Maya...
  Actually, Mr. Wright is...

Bailiff:
  Mr. Wright!
  Recess is now over.

Bailiff:
  Please bring the defendant
  and return to the courtroom
  immediately!

Maya:
  Oh, oops! Guess you have to
  get going! We can talk about
  you being old later, Nick!

Byrde:
  W-Wish us luck!

Phoenix:
  (I guess I have all the pieces
  now... More or less.)

Phoenix:
  (All that's left is to put it
  all together. I'm not going
  to lose this. I can't!)

Maya:
  Come on, Nick.
  Better get a move on!

Phoenix:
  Y-Yeah.

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September 8, 11:54 AM
District Court
Courtroom No. 2

Judge:
  The court will now reconvene.
  Please call your next witness
  to the stand, Mr. Payne.

Payne:
  Yes, Your Honor.

Payne:
  But before I do, if I may say
  a few words...

Judge:
  What is it, Mr. Payne?

Payne:
  It's about the next witness.

Payne:
  He has a tendency to say
  things that rub people the
  wrong way, you see,

Payne:
  so I ask that the court might
  be a little lenient on...

Judge:
  There is no need to give a
  preface. Just hurry up and
  call your witness, please.

Payne:
  Y-Yes, Your Honor.
  ...The prosecution calls its
  next witness;

Payne:
  a drifter who was taking a
  walk in the park on the day
  of the murder!

--------------------------------------------

Payne:
  Please state your name for
  the court, witness.

? ? ?:
  Before I do, I'd like to
  clarify a little something.

Payne:
  Huh? Oh, alright, go ahead.

? ? ?:
  Just now, you introduced my
  wonderful self to the court,
  correct?

? ? ?:
  Perhaps as a "drifter who was
  taking a walk"?

Payne:
  D-Did I?

? ? ?:
  But I will not stand for that!
  Now you've tinted the court's
  eyes and colored me wrongly.

? ? ?:
  Sure, I suppose calling me
  a university student would
  not be the absolute truth,

? ? ?:
  but to give in and just settle
  would be as evil as death
  and I can't have that!

? ? ?:
  Everything in my life is to be
  of the utmost, highest, top
  grade quality, you understand.

? ? ?:
  I am merely looking for that
  perfect, top notch, unbeatable
  university, don't you see...?

? ? ?:
  I have a rigorous selection
  process and I was in serious
  thought during my "walk" as...

Payne:
  Yes, yes, I understand.
  I'm very sorry. I will be
  more careful from now on.

Maya:
  Wh-What is he?
  A human chatterbox?

Phoenix:
  Ugh... I have to question HIM?

? ? ?:
  Fashion! Cars! Women! Glasses!
  And of course, University!
  First-rates only need apply!

Phoenix:
  (Glasses...? But you aren't
  wearing glasses...)

Judge:
  That's enough!
  Your name, witness.

? ? ?:
  Oh? Is that how you want to
  play this?

? ? ?:
  Using your power and influence
  to keep the young people down.
  I see how you work now.

? ? ?:
  You old people and your dirty
  tricks. You thought you had
  me, but you thought wrong.

Judge:
  I-I'm sorry.
  It won't happen again.

Phoenix:
  (Oh man...)

? ? ?:
  I forgive you.
  Alright, I suppose I
  can tell you my name.

Wellington:
  I am Richard Wellington, the
  "Drifting Virtuoso" with a
  Ph.D. in Drifting, as it were.

Wellington:
  If you wanted to, you could
  call me a "University Student
  in Transit".

Payne:
  Ahem, Mr. Wellington.

Payne:
  On the day of the murder, you
  were taking a... er, strolling
  through the park, correct?

Wellington:
  It would appear that you are
  attached to that word. If you
  must, then by all means.

Wellington:
  But I remind you that I am in
  no way a prepubescent boy,
  "out on a walk" with mommy.

Wellington:
  If you must know, I

Payne:
  Anyway! Please testify to this
  court what you saw during your
  walk through the park!

Wellington:
  See, you said it again!
  "Taking a walk"...
  You know, you--

Judge:
  What you witnessed will do,
  Mr. Wellington!

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WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- What I Saw That Day --

(1)
Wellington:
  I was at the park all
  afternoon, deep in thought
  about my life situation.

(2)
Wellington:
  I don't remember the time all
  that well, but I do believe it
  was past 6 PM.

(3)
Wellington:
  All of a sudden, a police
  officer falls from above,
  right in front of my eyes.

(4)
Wellington:
  Without a thought, I looked
  up, and there I met the eyes
  of a charming, young lady.

(5)
Wellington:
  Of course I remember her
  sweet face. It was that of
  the pretty defendant there.

(6)
Wellington:
  The only other thing I saw was
  the banana that fell with the
  police officer.

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  Hmm, that was certainly
  a decisive testimony.

Maya:
  Decisive!? Nick, did you hear
  what he just said!?

Phoenix:
  Yeah.

Maya:
  That's all you have to say?
  How can you be so calm!?

Phoenix:
  (It's strange... My mind is
  very calm and clear.)

Phoenix:
  Maybe it's because I...
  believe in my client.

Maya:
  You mean Maggey?

Phoenix:
  Yes. And if she really is
  innocent, then that can only
  mean one thing:

Phoenix:
  That guy is lying!

Judge:
  You may now question the
  witness, Mr. Wright.

Phoenix:
  (I'll find out the truth, no
  matter how well you craft
  your lies!)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CROSS EXAMINATION
-- What I Saw That Day --

(1)
Wellington:
  I was at the park all
  afternoon, deep in thought
  about my life situation.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       So you were at the park all
       afternoon? You seem to have
       a lot of free time.

     Wellington:
       Hmph. That was very rude of
       you. But then again, what can
       I expect?

     Wellington:
       That's what you get from a
       man who graduated from a
       no-name, trashy university.

     Phoenix:
       N-No name?
       Trashy...?

     Wellington:
       Now, this might be hard for a
       mush-headed, feeble-minded
       baboon like you, but

     Wellington:
       I have to think very carefully
       about the future of our great
       country.

     Phoenix:
       But I thought you said you
       were thinking about which
       college to go to just now...

     Wellington:
       Oh, puh-leaze.

     Wellington:
       Which university I go to
       will directly affect the
       very future of this country!

     Phoenix:
       (That arrogant little snot...)

(2)
Wellington:
  I don't remember the time all
  that well, but I do believe it
  was past 6 PM.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       How did you know what time
       it was? I see you're not
       wearing a watch, so...

     Wellington:
       Is that the best you can do?
       Do you think you can discredit
       me like that?

     Wellington:
       You're just a third-rate,
       biased fool. I guess I can't
       expect real smarts from you.

     Phoenix:
       (Grr... His arrogance is
       really intolerable...
       So, what should I do now...?)

     *** Press harder ***************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Answer the question! How did
     *   you know what time it was!?
     *
     * Wellington:
     *   Tsk, tsk.
     *   I can't believe I have to
     *   deal with a worm like you.
     *
     * Wellington:
     *   You're just a shallow man
     *   who can only slam on desks
     *   and point at people for fun.
     *
     * Wellington:
     *   Hmph, I guess I don't have
     *   a choice.
     *
     * Wellington:
     *   I'll try to explain it so that
     *   even a third-rate simpleton
     *   like you can understand.
     *
     * Wellington:
     *   There was this little thing
     *   they call a "clock" at the
     *   park.
     *
     * Wellington:
     *   Did you get that? Do you know
     *   what a clock is? It's a thing
     *   that tells you the time.
     *
     * Payne:
     *   As you can see, Mr. Wright,
     *   it's even in this picture of
     *   the crime scene.
     * 
     * Phoenix:
     *   (Oh... So it is... Urk.)
     *
     * Wellington:
     *   I looked at that clock, and
     *   that's how I knew the time.
     *
     * Wellington:
     *   But if you ask me, this whole
     *   concept of breaking time apart
     *   into fragments...
     *
     * Wellington:
     *   It's total and utter nonsense
     *   that no man should follow.
     *
     * Wellington:
     *   A real first-class person
     *   doesn't live by, nor is he
     *   chained by, time.
     *
     * Wellington:
     *   And to wear a watch? Hah!
     *   What a ridiculous notion!
     *
     * Wellington:
     *   People should live freely
     *   without constraints.
     *   That's how life should be!
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (And yet again, another
     *   flood of meaningless words...)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (Talk about a first-class
     *   waste of time...)
     *
     * Wellington:
     *   In any case...
     *
     ********************************************

     *** Leave him be ***************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (Well, I guess there's no
     *   point in pressing him
     *   further.)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (After all, there was a clock
     *   right there at the crime
     *   scene...)
     *
     ********************************************

(3)
Wellington:
  All of a sudden, a police
  officer falls from above,
  right in front of my eyes.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       And how did you know he was
       a police officer?

     Wellington:
       You obviously have no idea
       how powerful my deductive
       reasoning skills are.

     Wellington:
       With one glance, I could tell
       just what kind of occupation
       he held.

     Wellington:
       That shoddy, do-it-yourself
       hairstyle practically screamed
       "I'm a police officer".

     Wellington:
       It was also the way he tied
       his tie and those cheap, low-
       quality shoes. Ugh.

     Wellington:
       Oh, and I suppose it was also
       because he was wearing an
       officer's uniform.

     Phoenix:
       (Shouldn't that statement have
       come first!?)

     Maya:
       Wow, that's pretty impressive.

     Maya:
       Hey, Nick! Do you think he's
       figured out what I do?

     Phoenix:
       (Even I haven't figured that
       out yet...)

(4)
Wellington:
  Without a thought, I looked
  up, and there I met the eyes
  of a charming, young lady.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Are you sure you got a good
       look at her face?

     Wellington:
       Animals have this thing called
       an "eye", Mr. Wright. They use
       this "eye" to see things.

     Wellington:
       In the case of humans, we
       have two of them.
       Yes, even you!

     Phoenix:
       I don't care if I have them or
       not! Did you or did you not
       get a clear look at her face!?

     Payne:
       *OBJECTION!*

     Payne:
       That's what the witness was
       just about to get to.

     Payne:
       I would like to request that
       Mr. Wright not use such a
       loud voice during questioning.

     Judge:
       Sustained. Mr. Wright, please
       refrain from raising your
       voice in this court.

     Phoenix:
       (Then please don't make me
       have to raise my voice.)

     Wellington:
       Are you finished?
       I'd like to continue, if
       that's alright with you.

(5)
Wellington:
  Of course I remember her
  sweet face. It was that of
  the pretty defendant there.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       So you're SURE you are not
       mistaken?

     Wellington:
       Please. Don't confuse your
       pitiful, train-wreck of a life
       with mine.

     Wellington:
       I'm what you call a famous
       brand-name product, while you
       are only a cheap imitation.

     Wellington:
       There is no way someone as
       magnificent as myself could
       have made a mistake.

     Payne:
       Of course, of course.

     Phoenix:
       (Oh ho ho ho. Of course.)

     Judge:
       Did you notice anything else
       of interest, witness?

(6)
Wellington:
  The only other thing I saw was
  the banana that fell with the
  police officer.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       The banana...?

     Wellington:
       Well, it was actually more
       than just one. More like a
       bunch of bananas.

     Phoenix:
       Now what would a bunch of
       bananas be doing there...?

     Wellington:
       And why would I know such a
       thing? I'm only telling you
       what I saw.

     Maya:
       That's really strange.

     Maya:
       Maggey never mentioned
       anything about a bunch
       of bananas.

     Maya:
       That's it, Nick! He's gotta be
       lying about the bananas!

     Phoenix:
       (Hmm...
       He could be, but...)

     Phoenix:
       (there's no reason for him
       to lie about there being
       bananas at the crime scene.)

     Phoenix:
       And what if it's not a lie?

     Maya:
       Well, maybe he thought he was
       seeing one thing, and it was
       something else...?

     Phoenix:
       (If he mistook something else
       for a bunch of bananas, then
       that would be an inaccuracy.)

     Phoenix:
       (Think Phoenix, think!)

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (If my client is innocent,
  there is no way he could've
  seen what he says he did.)

Maya:
  Which means if we can somehow
  show he's lying...

Phoenix:
  Yeah, that's exactly what we
  need do.

Phoenix:
  (She's right. She's got a
  sharp mind, but I just wish I
  could remember who she is...)

Maya:
  Is everything OK, Nick...?

RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Present Baseball Glove* at (6)

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  Mr. Wellington.

Phoenix:
  I believe I have the bananas
  you saw... right here!

Wellington:
  Ah, so you knew about the
  bananas, too. Why didn't you
  say so earlier?

Wellington:
  But don't think you can use
  this as a way to pull more
  information out of me.

Phoenix:
  (And that's where you'd be
  wrong.)

Judge:
  M-Mr. Wright.
  What is the meaning of this?

Payne:
  Isn't that the baseball glove?

Wellington:
  Huh!? Wh-Wh-What!?
  A baseball glove??

Phoenix:
  Doesn't it look delicious?
  Care for a bite?

Wellington:
  Th-That's...

Wellington:
  That's not...
  It's a...
  Noooooooo!

Phoenix:
  Your Honor! I think this
  proves one very important
  fact!

Phoenix:
  This witness...

*** loves bananas. *************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Mr. Wellington loves large
*   bananas!
*
* Judge:
*   ...
*
* Payne:
*   ...
*
* Wellington:
*   ...
*
*   ............
*
* Maya:
*   Uh, Nick...
*
* Maya:
*   I hope you've noticed the icy
*   glares we're getting from
*   everyone in here!
*
* Judge:
*   Wh-What in the world do you
*   mean?
*
* Wellington:
*   I'll have you know I like
*   strawberries much better
*   than bananas.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Whoops...
*
* Judge:
*   Think it over one more time
*   and try again, Mr. Wright.
*
* RETURN TO QUESTION
*
********************************************

*** had bad eyesight. **********************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** knows nothing about baseball. **********
*
* Phoenix:
*   Mr. Wellington has never
*   played baseball!
*
* Phoenix:
*   That would explain why he
*   didn't even know what a
*   glove is!
*
* Judge:
*   ...
*
* Payne:
*   ...
*
* Wellington:
*   ...
*
*   ............
*
* Maya:
*   Uh, Nick...
*
* Maya:
*   I hope you've noticed the icy
*   glares we're getting from
*   everyone in here!
*
* Judge:
*   Wh-What in the world do you
*   mean?
*
* Wellington:
*   When I was in junior high,
*   I was a star pitcher... Well,
*   4th in line, actually, but...
*
* Phoenix:
*   Whoops...
*
* Judge:
*   Think it over one more time
*   and try again, Mr. Wright.
*
* RETURN TO QUESTION
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  By the way, just how bad are
  your eyes?

Wellington:
  Huh? How... What... You...
  Why are you asking me about
  this all of a sudden!?

Payne:
  *OBJECTION!*

Payne:
  Your Honor, it is very simple
  to mistake a glove for a bunch
  of bananas...

Judge:
  No, I don't think so.
  Objection overruled.

Wellington:
  Y-Y-You... You're one of those
  people. Yes, you know what I
  mean.

Wellington:
  You're like those people who
  refused to accept Galileo for
  his Copernican Theory!

Wellington:
  You're too used to your world
  view to realize that there are
  other, new possibilities!

Wellington:
  Sure, in the end, we find out
  that it is in fact, a glove,
  not bananas. However...

Wellington:
  when viewed from afar, I do
  think there is room enough for
  doubt, don't you...?

Phoenix:
  And that is why I asked you
  how bad your eyesight is!

Wellington:
  They're both 20/200.
  I suppose you're going to tell
  me that's terrible, right!?

Judge:
  Why are you not wearing
  your glasses today then?

Wellington:
  ...

Wellington:
  Ummm...
  That's because I lost them
  recently, you see...

Wellington:
  Of course, I was planning
  on getting a new pair
  made right away!

Wellington:
  But you know, my glasses
  are no ordinary glasses, so
  to replace them--

Phoenix:
  How about when you witnessed
  the crime? Were you wearing
  your glasses then?

Wellington:
  ...!

Phoenix:
  How about it, witness!?

Wellington:
  Y-You are an unrelenting,
  evil man.

Wellington:
  You're like those people who
  rejected Joan of Arc and put
  her to death!

Wellington:
  She was brave and courageous,
  only to be caught by horrible,
  unrighteous people.

Wellington:
  And while she didn't do
  anything wrong, she was still
  gruesomely burned at the--

Phoenix:
  Which boils down to you were
  not wearing your glasses
  at that time!

Phoenix:
  Therefore!

Phoenix:
  The identity of the "woman"
  at the scene of the crime
  and that of the defendant

Phoenix:
  can not be proven to be the
  same by this witness!

Wellington:
  ...!

Payne:
  *OBJECTION!*

Payne:
  But the height difference
  was only 9 feet!

Payne:
  It was very possible for him
  to see the face of the culprit
  standing on the upper path!

Judge:
  Hmm...
  Witness.

Judge:
  Please be more accurate in
  your testimony. Remember, a
  person's life is at stake.

Wellington:
  Y-Yes, Your Honor!

Judge:
  Now then, please continue
  with your testimony.

Payne:
  Please tell the court what
  happened next, in the moments
  after you witnessed the crime.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- What Happened Next --

(1)
Wellington:
  The girl on the upper path
  ran away as soon as she
  realized I was there.

(2)
Wellington:
  After that, I immediately
  called the police station to
  report the crime.

(3)
Wellington:
  It must've been 6:45 PM when
  I made the call.

(4)
Wellington:
  They must have a lot of free
  time on their hands since they
  showed up within 10 minutes.

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  Hmm...

Judge:
  So the person who was on the
  upper path saw you and then
  ran away.

Wellington:
  Yes, that is correct.

Wellington:
  Which is why, even someone
  without a superior brain like
  mine can understand that...

Wellington:
  that girl is the murderer!

Judge:
  You may question the witness
  now, Mr. Wright.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CROSS EXAMINATION
-- What Happened Next --

(1)
Wellington:
  The girl on the upper path
  ran away as soon as she
  realized I was there.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       She ran away, just like that?

     Wellington:
       Yes, she did. She saw me and
       flew the nest like the guilty
       bird she is.

     Wellington:
       Oh, I'm sorry. Was that pun
       too hard for someone who only
       got a third-rate education?

     Phoenix:
       (Actually, that did take me a
       few seconds to get...)

     Phoenix:
       Anyway, if she ran away the
       instant she saw you, how could
       you tell it was my client?

     Wellington:
       Eek!

     Payne:
       *OBJECTION!*

     Payne:
       The witness has already
       answered that question.

     Payne:
       He has stated that the
       defendant is the culprit!

     Judge:
       This is true. Mr. Wright, I'm
       striking your question from
       the record.

     Phoenix:
       (Hmm, how can I get more
       information out of him?)

(2)
Wellington:
  After that, I immediately
  called the police station to
  report the crime.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Immediately? As in?

     Wellington:
       As in immediately! I mean,
       sure, a minute might have
       elapsed before I did, but...

     Wellington:
       That's the duty of every good
       citizen, or did they not teach
       that at your pitiful school?

     Phoenix:
       (You think people learn about
       how to call the police in
       COLLEGE!?)

     Maya:
       Hey, Nick. I think you should
       take a look at the Court
       Record for a sec.

     Phoenix:
       (...?)

(3)
Wellington:
  It must've been 6:45 PM when
  I made the call.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       How do you know what time
       it was...?

     Wellington:
       That detective told me.
       You know which one I mean.

     Wellington:
       The one with the jacket that
       makes him look like a dropout
       from a no-name high school.

     Gumshoe:
       Hey, pal! I graduated from
       a pretty good, I mean,
       top-ranked college!

     Phoenix:
       (I don't believe this.)

     Wellington:
       It doesn't matter.
       I don't believe I was mistaken
       on what time I called.

     Wellington:
       And if I am wrong, then that
       detective obviously doesn't
       know how to tell time.

     Gumshoe:
       What!?
       Why you!!! You're just
       some lousy kid who...

     Payne:
       I think the court can see
       your point. Anyway, how
       did the police respond?

(4)
Wellington:
  They must have a lot of free
  time on their hands since they
  showed up within 10 minutes.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       So you're saying that there
       were police on the scene by
       7:00 PM?

     Wellington:
       They got there before that,
       I think.

     Wellington:
       There usually aren't many
       people in that area at that
       time of day.

     Wellington:
       But suddenly, before I knew
       it, there were people crawling
       all over gawking.

     Wellington:
       It certainly says something
       about the morals of the
       people in this country.

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (I can't find anything out of
  the ordinary in his
  testimony...)

Maya:
  Why don't you take one more
  look at the Court Record?

Phoenix:
  Yeah, I guess I should.

RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Present Dustin's Autopsy Report* at (2) or (3)

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  Mr. Wellington, would you
  please take a look at this?

Judge:
  You mean the victim's
  autopsy report?

Phoenix:
  According to this, the murder
  occurred at 6:28 PM.

Wellington:
  So what of it?

Phoenix:
  You said that you called the
  police immediately after the
  murder took place.

Phoenix:
  However, by the time you had
  called the police, it was
  already 6:45 PM.

Phoenix:
  There is clearly a 15 minute
  gap here! Do you deny it!?

Wellington:
  Aaaack!

Phoenix:
  I think this court would like
  to hear what you were doing
  during this 15 minute gap!

Wellington:
  Grrrrrr!

Payne:
  *OBJECTION!*

Payne:
  The witness was in shock at
  the time after witnessing a
  terrible murder!

Payne:
  It's only to be expected that
  he would be a little dazed...

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  Fifteen minutes is hardly what
  I would call "a little dazed"!

Payne:
  Aaaaah!

Judge:
  Mr. Wellington.

Wellington:
  Y-Yes?

Judge:
  Explain yourself. What were
  you doing during those 15
  minutes?

Wellington:
  ...

Phoenix:
  Answer the question!

Wellington:
  ... I... Uhh... Telephone...
  Err... I mean...

Phoenix:
  Spit it out!

Wellington:
  I... I was searching for a
  phone booth!

Phoenix:
  A phone booth?

Judge:
  You mean, you don't have a
  cell phone?

Wellington:
  ...!

Wellington:
  You and your questions! As if
  you're trying to open all the
  layers of a Matryoshka doll.

Wellington:
  You must think you're really
  something special!

Phoenix:
  Witness!

Wellington:
  I-I lost my cell phone!
  There! Are you happy!?

Phoenix:
  You lost it...?

Judge:
  Unbelievable! You lose your
  glasses, and your cell phone!

Judge:
  You must be very
  scatterbrained when it
  comes to your belongings.

Wellington:
  What!? Are you saying that
  first-rate people are never
  allowed to lose things!?

Wellington:
  Haven't you ever heard that
  all geniuses have a strange
  quirk or two?

Wellington:
  So by that rationale, since I
  have my own quirk, it would
  mean that I am a genius

Wellington:
  I don't think simple, plain
  people like you can underst--

Judge:
  Enough!

Phoenix:
  (Oh man, oh man...)

Phoenix:
  (Wait! Hold on a second.
  He lost... his cell phone?)

Maya:
  Nick!
  That cell phone!
  Could it be...?

Phoenix:
  You mean this phone Maggey
  found? There's no way...!

Phoenix:
  (Boy, I didn't see this
  coming.
  What should I do now...?)

*** Question further ***********************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** Back off *******************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   (It's probably just a
*   coincidence.)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I mean, what are the chances
*   that this phone is that snob's
*   anyway?)
*
* Maya:
*   Nick!? What do you think
*   you're doing!?
*
* Maya:
*   You really should check out
*   this lead!
*
* Judge:
*   Is there a problem,
*   Mr. Wright?
*
* Phoenix:
*   N-No, Your Honor.
*   (I should give this some more
*   thought...)
*
* RETURN TO QUESTION
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  Mr. Wellington!

Phoenix:
  Where is your cell phone
  right now?

Wellington:
  Heh, what are you getting all
  excited about? You seem to
  be a little confused.

Wellington:
  I found my phone, I'll have
  you know.
  See. Here is it.

Phoenix:
  Oh... I see...

Maya:
  Hmm, looks like he's got his
  phone.

Maya:
  And I thought that just maybe
  this was his.

Phoenix:
  Hmm...

Judge:
  Well then, I think we've
  cleared this issue up.

Judge:
  At the time of the murder, the
  witness did not have his cell
  phone because he had lost it.

Judge:
  Therefore, the delay in his
  call was caused by his search
  for a phone booth.

Wellington:
  Well, that's the gist of it.
  I guess you could put it
  that way and leave it at that.

Judge:
  Do you have any further
  questions, Mr. Wright?

*** No further questions *******************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Hmm... No, I think I'm done
*   here, Your Honor.
*
* Maya:
*   Wait, wait, wait!
*   What is with you today, Nick!?
*
* Maya:
*   Take a good look at the Court
*   Record!!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Huh?
*
* Phoenix:
*   What are you talking...?
*   ...
*   Ah... Aaaaaaaah!
*
* Judge:
*   What is it, Mr. Wright? By
*   your screaming, I assume you
*   have a question after all?
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** There is something... ******************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  Your Honor!
  The witness' testimony
  does not make sense!

Phoenix:
  I don't believe that there
  was ever a need for the
  witness to search for a phone!

Wellington:
  H-How dare you!

Payne:
  *OBJECTION!*

Payne:
  You can't just make outrageous
  claims like that! You do have
  some sort of proof, don't you?

Phoenix:
  Well, yeah... O-Of course!
  (This evidence should be good
  enough, I think...)

Judge:
  Alright. Let's have this
  proof, then.

Judge:
  Please present proof that the
  witness had no need to search
  for a public phone booth!

*** Present something wrong ****************
*
* Phoenix:
*   *TAKE THAT!*
*
* Phoenix:
*   It's very simple! This is the
*   evidence that backs up my
*   claim!
*
* Judge:
*   And yet again you have
*   presented this court with an
*   obscure, meaningless item.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Huh? This evidence?
*   It's meaningless?
*
* Maya:
*   I don't get it at all!
*
* Maya:
*   Why do you think he wouldn't
*   need to look for a phone in
*   the first place!?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Well, that's... because...
*
* Phoenix:
*   I was looking at the evidence
*   and it just hit me.
*
* Phoenix:
*   I thought, "Hey, he really
*   didn't have to look for a
*   phone."
*
* Maya:
*   Then why don't you hurry
*   up and present that piece
*   of evidence!?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Hmm, now what was that piece
*   of evidence again...?)
*
* RETURN TO QUESTION
*
********************************************

*Present Crime Photo 1*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  It's quite simple, actually.
  Please take a look at this.

Judge:
  At the crime scene photo?

Payne:
  Is there a problem with it?

Phoenix:
  Oh, there's nothing wrong with
  the picture.

Phoenix:
  But if you don't understand
  my logic after looking at it,
  something is wrong with you!

Wellington:
  Noooo!

Judge:
  It's...
  It's...
  A phone booth!

Phoenix:
  That is correct!

Phoenix:
  All the defendant had to do
  was walk three steps!

Phoenix:
  Mr. Wellington! Why did you
  not use the phone that was
  right in front of you!?

Wellington:
  Ooooooougn!

Judge:
  Order! Order!

Payne:
  *OBJECTION!*

Payne:
  Wh-What does reporting the
  crime a little late prove for
  you!?

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  The witness can't explain what
  he was doing for those 15
  minutes!

Phoenix:
  That is reason enough to throw
  suspicion on his testimony!

Judge:
  Yes, this is very true.
  What do you have to say
  for yourself, witness!?

Wellington:
  ...

Maya:
  Then I bet this phone really
  is his, Nick!

Maya:
  He must've killed Dustin to
  get his phone back!

Phoenix:
  But Maggey said that she
  was going to return it to him.

Phoenix:
  So there was no reason for him
  to kill for it.

Phoenix:
  And on top of that, we still
  have the phone she found
  anyway.

Maya:
  Hmm... But if he wasn't
  looking for his cell phone,

Maya:
  was he looking for something
  else...?

Phoenix:
  (Was he...?)

Judge:
  Mr. Wright.

Phoenix:
  Yes, Your Honor?

Judge:
  Do you have any thoughts
  you would like to share with
  the court?

Judge:
  Can you offer an explanation
  as to what the witness was
  doing during those 15 minutes?

*** Yes, I have an idea. *******************
*
* Phoenix:
*   There is only one possible
*   explanation.
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** No, I have no idea. ********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   I'm afraid it's too early to
*   say anything for sure at this
*   time.
*
* Judge:
*   I see...
*   Mr. Payne?
*
* Judge:
*   Will we be hearing further
*   testimony from the
*   prosecution?
*
* Payne:
*   No, Your Honor. That is all.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Oh crud...
*
* Judge:
*   This witness has said that
*   he saw the defendant commit
*   the crime at the crime scene.
*
* Judge:
*   While it is true that the
*   witness was not wearing
*   his glasses at the time,
*
* Judge:
*   the court feels that since he
*   was near the culprit, positive
*   identification is possible.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Which means...?
*
* Judge:
*   The guilt of the defendant,
*   Maggey Byrde, has been
*   sufficiently substantiated.
*
* Phoenix:
*   WHAAAAAAAT!?
*
* Maya:
*   Nick! You have to do something
*   before it's too late!!
*
* Judge:
*   I hereby close the cross-exa
*
* Phoenix:
*   *HOLD IT!*
*
* Phoenix:
*   W-Wait!
*
* Phoenix:
*   As to the actions of
*   Mr. Wellington during
*   the 15 minute gap,
*
* Phoenix:
*   the defense would like to
*   propose an explanation!
*
* Payne:
*   I thought the defense had just
*   finished proving that this
*   couldn't be explained!
*
* Phoenix:
*   No, there is one possibility!
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Judge:
  Alright.
  Let's hear your explanation.

Judge:
  However, be forewarned
  that if your explanation
  is not persuasive,

Judge:
  you will be penalized.
  Think carefully before
  you present, Mr. Wright.

Phoenix:
  Yes, Your Honor!

Phoenix:
  (Urk. I probably shouldn't
  have said there was only one
  possibility...)

Judge:
  Please present to the court
  the one piece of evidence that
  will answer the following:

Judge:
  "Why didn't the witness call
  the police right away?"

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Phoenix:
x   Perhaps this is the evidence
x   you need to be convinced!
x
x Judge:
x   ...
x
x Judge:
x   Perhaps?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Aha ha ha. That was just an
x   idea I thought I'd throw out.
x
x Judge:
x   I suggest that "perhaps"
x   you should find a better
x   piece of evidence.
x
x Phoenix:
x   Yes, of course, Your Honor!
x   Well then...
x
x Judge:
x   But before you do, you will
x   be penalized.
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Ouch.)
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Glasses*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  Mr. Wellington!

Wellington:
  Wh-What!? Don't do that!
  You almost made me have
  a heart attack!

Phoenix:
  These are your glasses,
  aren't they?

Wellington:
  Ah! Where... Where did you
  find--!?
  Ghaaaa!

Phoenix:
  I believe the court all heard
  what you just confessed to:

Phoenix:
  That these glasses are in fact
  yours!

Phoenix:
  I'll tell you where they were
  found, Mr. Wellington.

Phoenix:
  These glasses were found
  under the victim's body.

Wellington:
  U-Under the v-victim's
  body!?

Judge:
  Order! Order!

Wellington:
  N-Now, w-wait a second!
  Hold on!

Wellington:
  I-I didn't confess or confirm
  a-any-anything!

Phoenix:
  Your Honor! I think the answer
  is quite clear here!

Phoenix:
  As he fell, Dustin Prince
  grabbed the culprit's glasses.

Phoenix:
  The culprit knew that he had
  to find his glasses, and
  searched frantically for them.

Phoenix:
  What he didn't realize was
  that they were under the
  victim's body!

Phoenix:
  And that is why it took him
  15 minutes to make that call!

Judge:
  M-Mr. Wright!
  Are you...?

Judge:
  Are you indicting the witness
  as the real murderer!?

Phoenix:
  Of course! That is precisely
  what I am doing!

Wellington:
  Oooo...OOOOWAAAAAAAAAA
  AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
  AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!

Phoenix:
  (I know I'm right!)

Phoenix:
  (He is the real murderer!)

Maya:
  Did you figure it out, Nick!?

Phoenix:
  More or less.

Phoenix:
  Turns out this cell phone
  was the key to this case
  after all.

Phoenix:
  Anyway, now is our chance to
  deep-six this guy.

Phoenix:
  I'll sink him in one shot!

Maya:
  Yeah!

Maya:
  This is so exciting, watching
  you work again!

Phoenix:
  (Somehow, my old self is
  coming back to me.)

Phoenix:
  (It's time to sink or swim;
  everything rests on the edge
  of a knife!)

Phoenix:
  (This is the moment I've been
  waiting for...)

Judge:
  Order! Order!

Payne:
  *OBJECTION!*

Payne:
  Your Honor! The defense...
  The defense is making a
  mockery of this court!

Payne:
  Without any solid ground to
  stand on, he accuses the
  witness of being the murderer!

Wellington:
  Y-Y-Yeah!
  That-That's right!

Wellington:
  I... I'm no criminal!

Wellington:
  Th-This third-rate, fraud of a
  lawyer...

Phoenix:
  In that case, why don't we
  look at it from a different
  perspective.

Phoenix:
  Let's hear your explanation as
  to why you are NOT the
  murderer!

Wellington:
  Why, that's... That's easy...
  Um...
  Uh...

Wellington:
  For example... There's um...
  The name the victim wrote!
  What about that...?

Phoenix:
  Oh, you mean the name
  "Maggie"?

Wellington:
  Y-Yeah! Even an idiot like
  you can read that, right?

Phoenix:
  But we already know this was
  not written by the victim
  himself.

Phoenix:
  After all, the defendant's
  name is "Maggey" and the
  victim was left-handed.

Judge:
  So basically, you are saying
  that in order to make the
  defendant look guilty,

Judge:
  the real criminal used the
  victim's right hand to write
  her name on the ground?

Wellington:
  B-But...
  But, but!!

Wellington:
  Wouldn't that mean that the
  real criminal was someone
  the defendant knew?

Wellington:
  Otherwise, how else would
  that person know her name
  was "Maggie", er "Maggey"!?

Judge:
  That is a good point.

Judge:
  The witness didn't even
  know of Ms. Byrde before
  this trial.

Phoenix:
  (Ah, I forgot!)

Phoenix:
  (Hmm, was there any way
  this creep could've known
  Maggey's name beforehand?)

*** There was no way ***********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   (No matter how I look at it,
*   it's no good!)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (There is no way he could
*   have known Maggey or her
*   name!)
*
* Maya:
*   Nick! You can't let this
*   slimebag get away!
*
* Maya:
*   Think harder!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Y-You're right...
*   (OK, let's go over this from
*   the beginning one more time.)
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** There was a way ************************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  (It would be best if I could
  prove that the witness had
  a chance to learn...)

Phoenix:
  (that the defendant's name
  was "Maggey".)

Judge:
  Now, will the defense please
  present its case?

Judge:
  How could the witness have
  known the defendant's name?

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Phoenix:
x   This is how!
x
x Judge:
x   ...
x
x Judge:
x   Am I supposed to take this as
x   evidence that the defense
x   doesn't know what's going on?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Huh?...
x   Oh... Ah ha ha ha.
x
x Payne:
x   *OBJECTION!*
x
x Payne:
x   Aren't you a little old to be
x   laughing like a 5-year old?
x   Take some responsibility!
x
x Phoenix:
x   (As if I need a lecture about
x   responsibility from you, of all
x   people...)
x
x Judge:
x   The defense will receive a
x   penalty.
x
x Judge:
x   Please think carefully before
x   presenting your case again.
x
x Phoenix:
x   Yes, Your Honor...
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Cell Phone*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  Mr. Wellington.

Phoenix:
  You didn't have your cell
  phone with you on the day of
  the murder, correct?

Wellington:
  So what if I didn't?

Phoenix:
  When you realized you had
  lost it, what did you do?

Wellington:
  What did I do?

Phoenix:
  Didn't you try to find it by
  calling it?

Wellington:
  Why you...! How did you...!?

Payne:
  *OBJECTION!*

Payne:
  Your Honor! These questions
  have nothing to do with...

Judge:
  Overruled.

Judge:
  Mr. Wright, where are you
  going with this line of
  questioning?

Judge:
  Do you think there is some
  relation between this witness'
  cell phone and the murder?

Phoenix:
  I do, Your Honor.

Phoenix:
  On the day of the murder,
  Maggey Byrde picked up
  a lost phone in the park.

Phoenix:
  And!

Phoenix:
  She also received a phone call
  from the owner of the phone!

--------------------------------------------

Phone:
  ...............

Phone:
  ...*beep*...

Byrde:
  "Um, hello?"

? ? ?:
  "Oh, thank you! I've been
  searching for my phone."

Byrde:
  "Is this yours? Oh, I'm glad
  you called! We can meet up
  and I can give this back!"

? ? ?:
  "I'll be right there, um...
  I'm sorry, I didn't catch your
  name..."

Byrde:
  "You can call me Maggey!"

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  That was when you learned
  that her name was "Maggey"!

Wellington:
  Uh, um, nnngh...

Phoenix:
  But you made one fatal
  mistake.

Judge:
  Fatal mistake?

Phoenix:
  My client's name is "Maggey"
  but the name that was written
  on the ground was "Maggie".

Phoenix:
  This is a mistake that could
  only occur if all you knew was
  how her name sounded!

Wellington:
  EEEEEEEEEK!

Judge:
  Order! Order!

Payne:
  *OBJECTION!*

Payne:
  B-But, Your Honor!

Payne:
  The witness has no motive!

Judge:
  And your point is?

Payne:
  It's very simple, Your Honor.
  A person usually would not
  kill someone without a reason.

Payne:
  Mr. Wellington had no reason
  to kill anyone!

Wellington:
  That is absolutely correct!
  I don't have a motive!

Judge:
  Hmm...
  Mr. Wright.

Phoenix:
  Your Honor?

Judge:
  Can you explain what motive
  this witness could have had?

Phoenix:
  ...

Phoenix:
  It's very simple, Your Honor.

Wellington:
  ...!

Maya:
  Are you sure, Nick!?

Phoenix:
  If I said I can't offer an
  explanation, then the
  trial's over, right?

Maya:
  Yeah, but...

Judge:
  Now then, please present to
  this court proof that the
  witness had a motive!

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Phoenix:
x   The murderer killed the victim
x   because of this!
x
x Payne:
x   *OBJECTION!*
x
x Payne:
x   The defense is obviously
x   haphazardly throwing out
x   evidence in desperation!
x
x Judge:
x   It certainly seems that way.
x
x Payne:
x   Don't let all your hard work
x   up to this point go to waste
x   on a random guess.
x
x Phoenix:
x   ...
x   What was I thinking...?
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*** Present Cell Phone *********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   *TAKE THAT!*
*
* Phoenix:
*   Mr. Wellington's motive
*   is right here!
*
* Judge:
*   The cell phone?
*
* Phoenix:
*   In the memory of the phone
*   the defendant found was a
*   list of certain phone numbers!
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** Present Names List *********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   *TAKE THAT!*
*
* Phoenix:
*   Mr. Wellington's motive
*   is right here!
*
* Judge:
*   What is this?
*   ...A list?
*
* Phoenix:
*   These phone numbers were
*   pulled from the memory of
*   the phone the defendant found.
*
* Phoenix:
*   And we have determined that
*   the people on this list are
*   members of a "certain group".
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Wellington:
  You... You looked up all
  those numbers...?

Phoenix:
  Of course.

Phoenix:
  This list of phone numbers
  was stored in the cell phone's
  memory.

Phoenix:
  The names and numbers belong
  to people who are members of
  a certain con artists' group.

Payne:
  Wh-Wh-Wh-Wh-What!?
  C-C-Con artists!?

Phoenix:
  Can you explain why these
  numbers were on your phone,
  Mr. Wellington!?

Wellington:
  Th-This... This is an outrage!
  An invasion of privacy!

Wellington:
  Looking up the phone numbers
  on a person's phone is a worse
  crime than murder!

Wellington:
  Y-You're one of those people!

Wellington:
  You're just like the cops who
  raided that brilliant artist,
  Maurice Utrillo's atelier!

Wellington:
  They disrupted a genius at
  work and interrupted his
  dialogue with the Goddess of--

Phoenix:
  I don't care, Mr. Wellington!

Phoenix:
  All I want is for you to tell
  us what this list is about!

Wellington:
  Do you think you -- any of
  you, can know what it's like
  to be a refined man like me!?

Payne:
  *OBJECTION!*

Payne:
  Your Honor! This-This is...
  This is unjust badgering
  of the witness!

Judge:
  Objection overruled.

Judge:
  Mr. Wright!
  What is the meaning of this!?

Judge:
  Why would the witness have
  the numbers of a group of con
  artists on his phone!?

Phoenix:
  Isn't that obvious!?
  The witness is...

xxx looking into the group. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   He's investigating that group!
x
x Judge:
x   Excuse me?
x
x Maya:
x   What in the world are you
x   saying, Nick!?
x
x Maya:
x   If he was just looking into
x   the group, then he has no
x   reason to kill anyone!
x
x Judge:
x   I can not accept the defense's
x   answer.
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Yeah, I should have seen that
x   coming...)
x
x Judge:
x   I'll ask you again:
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

xxx a victim of that group. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   He was victimized by this
x   group of con artists!
x
x Judge:
x   I-Is that right!?
x
x Phoenix:
x   And to take his revenge, he's
x   looking for the names and
x   numbers of the con artists...
x
x Maya:
x   Hold on, Nick!
x   What are you talking about!?
x
x Maya:
x   If that's true, then he
x   doesn't have a motive
x   to kill Dustin Prince!
x
x Phoenix:
x   ...
x   (I guess so...)
x
x Judge:
x   What is it? You became quiet
x   all of a sudden.
x
x Phoenix:
x   Um, I'm sorry, Your Honor.
x   I'd like to try one more time.
x
x Judge:
x   *sigh*
x   Alright.
x
x Judge:
x   One more time, Mr. Wright.
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*** a member of that group. ****************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  Mr. Wellington is a member
  of this very group!

Wellington:
  Nooooo!

Phoenix:
  All of your "friends'" phone
  numbers are stored right here
  on this phone.

Phoenix:
  If anyone were to look into
  these phone numbers, it
  would be all over for you.

Phoenix:
  That is why you had to kill.

Wellington:
  Noooo! This is tooooo much!!

Judge:
  Hmm, that does make quite
  a bit of sense.

Judge:
  Well, Mr. Wellington?
  Would you care to explain?

Wellington:
  ... I... Um, I...

Phoenix:
  (I got you now!)

Wellington:
  I... I... That... I...
  That police officer...

Payne:
  *OBJECTION!*

Payne:
  Your Honor!

Judge:
  What is it, Mr. Payne?

Payne:
  Your Honor! This-This is...
  This... This is unjust
  badgering of the witness!

Judge:
  You said the exact same thing
  only a few seconds ago.

Payne:
  P-P-P-P-Please!

Payne:
  Please, let's think about the
  content of that phone call!

--------------------------------------------

Phone:
  ...*beep*...

Byrde:
  "Um, hello?"

? ? ?:
  "Oh, thank you! I've been
  searching for my phone."

Byrde:
  "Is this yours? Oh, I'm glad
  you called! We can meet up
  and I can give this back!"

--------------------------------------------

Payne:
  The defendant had already
  promised that she would
  return the phone.

Payne:
  After that, all Mr. Wellington
  had to do was meet Ms. Byrde
  to get his phone back.

Payne:
  Why, then, would he need to
  kill anyone!?

Judge:
  Hmm...
  That is a valid point.

Judge:
  What does the defense think
  about this point?

Phoenix:
  (Hmm...)

Phoenix:
  (If you think about it
  logically, then it makes
  sense...)

Maya:
  Then maybe we should be
  thinking outside the box!

Phoenix:
  (Yeah! If we think like
  that... Let's see...)

Phoenix:
  (Maybe that slimeball saw
  something at the crime scene
  that made him commit murder.)

Judge:
  Your thoughts, Mr. Wright?

Phoenix:
  Hmm, well...

Phoenix:
  I don't think Mr. Wellington
  went to pick up his phone
  in a very friendly manner.

Payne:
  But he was promised his phone,
  so why would he have been
  unfriendly to the defendant?

Phoenix:
  I think he must have seen
  something that didn't agree
  with him when he got there.

Judge:
  Well, then Mr. Wright...

Judge:
  What was this "something" that
  didn't agree with the witness?

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Phoenix:
x   The witness saw this!
x
x Judge:
x   Mr. Wellington.
x   I-Is he correct?
x
x Wellington:
x   ...?
x
x Judge:
x   By the expression on his face,
x   I would say that wasn't it.
x
x Phoenix:
x   (It looks like I was wrong...)
x
x Judge:
x   Wright, Wright, Wright.
x   Try to think before
x   you present again.
x
x Phoenix:
x   (So, he went to get his
x   cell phone back,)
x
x Phoenix:
x   (but when he got there, he
x   lost control of himself.)
x
x Phoenix:
x   (It was probably because
x   he saw something that was
x   really bad for him there...)
x
x Phoenix:
x   (And that "really bad thing"
x   was...!)
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Dustin Prince profile*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  What Mr. Wellington saw
  was... the victim.

Payne:
  T-The...
  The victim!?
  You mean Dustin Prince!?

Phoenix:
  Dustin Prince had gone on
  his date right after his shift
  was over.

Phoenix:
  With no time to change, he
  went to the park still wearing
  his police uniform!

Judge:
  Oh!

  "The girl that picked up my
  phone is with a policeman!"

Phoenix:
  He couldn't have known they
  were going out so he began
  to worry.

Phoenix:
  He was afraid the policeman
  would ask a few questions
  before returning the phone.

  "If I do anything suspicious,
  he might run a check on my
  phone..."

Phoenix:
  In his mind, it was possible
  they had already run a
  check on the phone!

Judge:
  And he went into a panic, is
  what you're saying?

Phoenix:
  Exactly.

Phoenix:
  Officer Prince was murdered
  simply because he was in
  uniform!

Payne:
  Mr. Payne.
  Do you have any comments?

Payne:
  I, um... I'm thinking...

Judge:
  Hmm, it seems the truth
  has come out at last.

Judge:
  The witness...
  Mr. Wellington, you are--

Wellington:
  Ha...
  Ah ha ha...

Wellington:
  Ahahahahahahaaahahaahahaahaha
  hahahaHahahaAhahahahahaHahaha
  HahhaahaAAAHAHAhhahahahah

Wellington:
  AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAWAHA
  HAHAHAHAWAHAHAHAHAWAHA
  AHAHAHWAHAHAHAHAAAAAA

Wellington:
  Ha ha ha ha... Impressive...
  Not bad for a person with a
  third-rate education...

Phoenix:
  What's that supposed to
  mean!?

Wellington:
  The evidence... Evidence!

Maya:
  Uuugh! That guy is really
  creeping me out--

Wellington:
  All you've been waving around
  and talking about is that
  "suspicious" cell phone.

Wellington:
  Suspicious phone number this,
  suspicious con group that!
  They're all on that phone!

Wellington:
  But who's to say that phone
  is really mine!? Where's your
  proof!? Your evidence!?

Phoenix:
  You want proof that this
  phone is yours?

Wellington:
  Ahahahaha!
  Ahehehehehe!
  I already told you earlier!

Wellington:
  That phone I lost -- I've
  already found it!

Wellington:
  You don't have even the
  slightest idea who the phone
  in your hand belongs to!

Wellington:
  You can be sure it isn't mine,
  you simpleton!

Phoenix:
  WHAT!?

Wellington:
  Hehehehe... Heh... Hehehehe...
  It feels good to see you
  squirm.

Judge:
  Hmm... We do seem to have
  a problem on our hands with
  this phone.

Judge:
  Whose phone is it? Without
  knowing that, it's meaningless
  as evidence.

Phoenix:
  Your Honor!

Phoenix:
  (This is bad... I can't let
  him turn the tables on me
  like this!!)

Phoenix:
  (Hmm... This cell phone...)

Phoenix:
  (There has to be something
  I've overlooked. There's got
  to be! Hmm... Maybe...)

*** The phone's stored numbers? ************
*
* Phoenix:
*   This phone has the names
*   and numbers of those in the
*   con group in its memory.
*
* Phoenix:
*   I can show them to you, Your
*   Honor!
*
* Wellington:
*   I don't believe this.
*   What are you talking about!?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Uh...
*
* Wellington:
*   What we are trying to
*   determine is who that
*   phone belongs to!
*
* Wellington:
*   Who cares about what phone
*   numbers are stored on it!?
*
* Wellington:
*   Besides, who knows. Maybe
*   you went and added some
*   of those numbers in yourself!
*
* Judge:
*   The witness is quite right.
*   I'm afraid I have to reject
*   the defense's proposal.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Grr... That jerk is back to
*   his arrogant, annoying self
*   again...)
*
* RETURN TO QUESTION
*
********************************************

*** Fingerprints on the phone? *************
*
* Phoenix:
*   I got it! We should check for
*   fingerprints!
*
* Judge:
*   Finger...prints...?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Yes, Your Honor.
*   Mr. Wellington must have left
*   some prints on this phone!
*
* Maya:
*   Nick!
*   Don't you remember!?
*
* Maya:
*   When you got that from Maggey,
*   you wiped it off!
*
* Phoenix:
*   I what!?
*
* Maya:
*   You said there was sand
*   all over it, so...
*
* Phoenix:
*   W-Wiped it?
*   I wiped it...?
*
* Maya:
*   Pretty thoroughly, too...
*
* Wellington:
*   WahahaHahaHAHahaha!
*
* Wellington:
*   It's oh-so-much fun watching
*   third-rate trash babble like
*   morons amongst themselves!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Aaargh! He's made a complete
*   recovery...)
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Wellington:
  How many times do I have to
  say this: my phone is right
  here! You see?

Wellington:
  Oh, and incidentally, you
  can't check the numbers
  stored on this phone.

Wellington:
  It must have glitched
  because all the numbers
  just magically disappeared!

Phoenix:
  (You've got to be joking! He
  erased all the numbers I was
  going to use as evidence!)

Phoenix:
  ...

Phoenix:
  Mr. Wellington...

Wellington:
  What's this?

Wellington:
  From the way you talk to me,
  it sounds like you still have
  some fight left in you.

Phoenix:
  Where did you finally
  find your cell phone!?

Wellington:
  ...

Wellington:
  ...Heh heh heh...

Wellington:
  Ah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!
  Oh, you are too much!

Wellington:
  And of course you have no
  idea what I'm talking about!

Phoenix:
  ...?

  ...

Phoenix:
  I... I...
  Oh my g--
  NOW I REMEMBER!!

--------------------------------------------

Phone:
  ............

Phone:
  ...*beep*...

Phoenix:
  Huh, looks like they hung up.

? ? ?:
  Ah, good.
  I finally found it.

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (So that's when...)

Wellington:
  What's wrong, Mr. Attorney?
  Why the harsh glare in your
  eyes...?

Maya:
  Nick!
  We've worked so hard to get
  this far, but

Maya:
  if you don't do something
  quick, he's going to get off
  scot-free!

Phoenix:
  I know.

Phoenix:
  (I know this phone has to be
  his...)

Phoenix:
  (But how am I supposed to
  prove something like that!?)

Judge:
  Mr. Wright.

Judge:
  If you cannot prove who the
  owner of that cell phone is,

Judge:
  your indictment has no basis,
  and therefore, no power.

Judge:
  It looks like you came up a
  penny short.

Phoenix:
  (Where...?
  Where did I go wrong...?)

Wellington:
  Don't blame yourself, you're
  merely a third-rate lawyer.

Wellington:
  You only made one big mistake.

Wellington:
  Who are you? What are you?
  That's something you haven't
  figured out for yourself yet.

Phoenix:
  (Who... I am?)

Judge:
  The court hereby concludes
  the cross-examination!

Wellington:
  Heh heh heh...

Wellington:
  If that will be all, I'll have
  to bid you gentlemen and
  ladies goodbye.

Wellington:
  I have a reservation at that
  ultra-fancy restaurant on
  the upper side of town.

Payne:
  Thank you for your assistance.
  You've had a stressful day,
  so please, bon appetite!

Phoenix:
  (What am I supposed to do!?
  Am I supposed to just let it
  go at that?)

*** Wait and see ***************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   (It's no use. I can't do any
*   more. There's nothing left.)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Nothing left but to go back
*   to my hometown... But where
*   in the world is that, anyway?)
*
* Maya:
*   What are you mumbling about!?
*
* Maya:
*   You're...
*   Well, you're YOU, Nick!
*   And because you're you,
*
* Maya:
*   you can't give up now!
*
* Phoenix:
*   ("If I were me"...?)
*
* Phoenix:
*   Alright. If I were me, then
*   what would I do?
*
* Maya:
*   That's easy! For starters,
*   you'd raise your voice and
*   object!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (So for now, I should at least
*   say something!)
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** Raise an objection *********************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************   

Phoenix:
  *HOLD IT!*

Phoenix:
  Please wait, Your Honor!

Maya:
  Alright, Nick!

Phoenix:
  I think I may be able to prove
  it!

Judge:
  "Prove it...?"
  Prove what, Mr. Wright?

Phoenix:
  Everything!

Payne:
  *OBJECTION!*

Payne:
  Y-Your Honor! The cross-
  examination has already ended!

Payne:
  If he questions the witness
  with any more of his
  badgering...

Judge:
  You will not harass the
  witness. Is that clear,
  Mr. Wright?

Wellington:
  Did you hear that?
  No harassment
  allowed, Mr. Attorney.

Phoenix:
  Please, Your Honor!

Judge:
  ...

Judge:
  Very well. But this is
  your last chance, Mr. Wright.

Phoenix:
  ...!

Judge:
  You may present one piece of
  evidence to the court.

Phoenix:
  (I only get one shot at this!)

Judge:
  If you cannot "prove"
  everything...

Judge:
  It's over. For your client,
  and for you.

Judge:
  Do you fully understand?

Phoenix:
  Yes, Your Hon-

Payne:
  *OBJECTION!*

Payne:
  I'm sure you are well aware,
  Your Honor, but the cross-
  examination period has ended!

Judge:
  Were you paying attention,
  Mr. Payne?

Judge:
  I said that Mr. Wright could
  present only one more piece
  of evidence.

Payne:
  Oh...

Judge:
  Now then, Mr. Wright.
  This is your last chance.

Phoenix:
  (It all comes down to this!
  It's Go time!)

Judge:
  Please present the one piece
  of evidence that will explain
  everything!

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Judge:
x   ...
x
x Judge:
x   Is this your final answer?
x
x Judge:
x   It's a bit disappointing.
x
x Phoenix:
x   Nonono!
x   That was just a friendly
x   gesture!
x
x Wellington:
x   Ha ha ha. You sure know how
x   to send a friendly gesture to
x   me, at least.
x
x Judge:
x   This is your absolute last
x   chance, Mr. Wright.
x
x Judge:
x   So no more of these "friendly
x   gestures"!
x
x Phoenix:
x   Yes, Your Honor... Sorry...
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Phoenix's Business Card*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Judge:
  Why, thank you. How nice.

Judge:
  Here, please have one of mine.

*Judge's Business Card
added to the Court Record.*

Judge:
  Wait, what am I doing!?
  This isn't the time to be
  exchanging business cards!

Phoenix:
  Your Honor.

Phoenix:
  There is something very
  important about that card.
  And that is...

xxx the name on the card. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   The name on that card tells
x   people who I am!
x
x Phoenix:
x   It even told ME that I'm
x   "Phoenix Wright"!
x
x Payne:
x   ...
x
x Wellington:
x   ...
x
x Maya:
x   ...
x
x Judge:
x   ...Did you not know that?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Nope!
x
x Payne:
x   *OBJECTION!*
x
x Payne:
x   Wh-Wh-What's the meaning
x   of this nonsense!?
x
x Judge:
x   Mr. Wright! Get a hold of
x   yourself and start behaving
x   like a proper lawyer!
x
x Maya:
x   Ouch... Talk about a
x   tongue-lashing, Nick...
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Urk. I should probably
x   try this from a different
x   angle...)
x
x CONTINUE
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*** the back of the card. ******************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  This card is important because
  of what is on the back!

Maya:
  Hmm? You wrote your cell
  phone number on the back,
  but...

Phoenix:
  But that's exactly it.

Phoenix:
  Can you please call this
  number from your cell phone?

Maya:
  Huh? Right now!? But court
  is still in session!

Phoenix:
  It's OK. You'll see.

Maya:
  OK, if you say so.

Judge:
  Is the defense preparing
  something, Mr. Wright?

Phoenix:
  We are going to call my cell
  phone now.

Phoenix:
  And then the court will see
  everything for what it is!

Wellington:
  O-Of all the idiotic, stupid
  things to...

Phone:
  ................

Wellington:
  Aaagh!

Wellington:
  Wh-What!?
  Why is my phone...?

Wellington:
  And what is with this stupid-
  sounding ringtone!?

Phone:
  ...*beep*...

Phoenix:
  Mr. Wellington.

Wellington:
  ...!

Phoenix:
  Hmm... How strange...

Phoenix:
  I could almost swear that
  you're holding MY phone!

Wellington:
  Y-Your...

Wellington:
  AAAAAAAAAAAH!
  No, no, no, no, no!
  It can't...!!

Phoenix:
  By the way, before I forget,
  thank you very much for the
  lump on my head this morning.

Wellington:
  Nnnnngh...

Phoenix:
  I don't think I need to
  explain any further,
  except to say:

Phoenix:
  When you went to retrieve your
  cell phone, you mistakenly
  took the wrong one!

Wellington:
  ...Mmgh...

Wellington:
  Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
  aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
  aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

Wellington:
  aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
  aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
  aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

Wellington:
  aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaAAAAA
  AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
  AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Wellington:
  AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
  AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
  AAAAAaaaaaaaagggggggghhhnn!

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Judge:
  So that is what happened.
  You were knocked out by
  Mr. Wellington...

Phoenix:
  He is a man who lives on
  his pride and self-image
  alone.

Phoenix:
  And in order to hide his
  involvement with the
  con artists' group,

Phoenix:
  he has become paranoid, and
  has lost all ability to make
  rational judgments.

Judge:
  Hmm...

Payne:
  Then... Then, Mr. Wright...
  The phone you're holding...

Phoenix:
  It's Mr. Wellington's,
  naturally.

Judge:
  Speaking of that man, how is
  he, Mr. Payne?

Payne:
  Ah, he was arrested and
  has been taken away, Your
  Honor.

Judge:
  Very well.

Judge:
  Now then, this court finds the
  defendant, Maggey Byrde...

* N O T   G U I L T Y *

Judge:
  That is all.
  This court is adjourned!

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

September 8, 2:16 PM
District Court
Defendant Lobby No. 1

Byrde:
  I knew that the real you would
  shine through eventually!

Byrde:
  I am so moved by what
  you've done for me, sir!

Byrde:
  Thank you so much, Mr. Wright!

Maya:
  I feel really bad for Dustin.
  He didn't do anything to
  deserve this...

Byrde:
  ...
  It's probably because of me...

Phoenix:
  Huh?

Byrde:
  My whole life has been nothing
  but a whirlwind of bad luck
  and failures.

Maya:
  Your whole life?
  It couldn't have been
  that bad, could it?

Byrde:
  Since I was 6 months old, when
  I fell from the 9th floor of
  my apartment building,

Byrde:
  I've been hit by all sorts of
  vehicles, gotten sick from
  all sorts of foods,

Byrde:
  failed at almost every test
  I've ever taken, experienced
  almost every kind of disaster,

Byrde:
  and never won or even tied at
  a game of tic-tac-toe!

Byrde:
  My life has really been
  nothing but a string of
  disasters.

Phoenix:
  That is, uh... pretty bad...

Byrde:
  Up until I went to college, I
  was known as the "Goddess of
  Misfortune".

Byrde:
  And then, at the academy,
  everyone called me "Lady
  Luckless".

Maya:
  "Lady Luckless"...

Byrde:
  What's worse is that my
  misfortune always seems to
  latch onto those around me.

Maya:
  What do you mean?

Byrde:
  When I see someone in trouble,
  I always try to help...

Phoenix:
  Ah, that's right. You were
  talking about this earlier.

Byrde:
  It happened again recently,
  too, sir.

Byrde:
  There was an old lady
  pacing back and forth
  by the pedestrian crosswalk.

Byrde:
  I gave her my hand and...

Byrde:
  before I knew it, we were
  having dinner at my house.

Maya:
  ...
  Oh.

Byrde:
  I'm sure that Dustin's gone
  because of me...

Maya:
  That's not true!

Byrde:
  That glove didn't even have
  any sort of special meaning.

Byrde:
  It was just a present to say
  thanks for covering one of
  my night shifts.

Maya:
  Oh, I see...

Byrde:
  Everything is all my fault!
  Dustin's death,

Byrde:
  your head being all messed
  up...

Phoenix:
  Uh, well, I don't think my
  head is that messed up yet...

Byrde:
  I'm going to find a new life
  for myself starting now.

Byrde:
  The next time we meet, I'm
  sure I'll...

Byrde:
  I'm sure I'll have found a
  whole ocean's worth of
  good luck by then, sir!

Phoenix:
  Yeah. After all, the "Goddess
  of Misfortune" is only a name!

Byrde:
  You bet!
  I'm gonna make it! I promise!

Byrde:
  Next time we meet, I'll only
  be an "Unlucky Person",
  instead of a goddess!

Phoenix:
  Y-Yeah! That's the spirit!

Byrde:
  Well, Mr. Wright, Maya,
  I should get going.

Maya:
  OK!
  Good luck to you!

Byrde:
  Thanks! You take care of
  yourselves, too!

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  *sigh* What a horrible day...

Phoenix:
  I've gotten my memory back,
  but things are still a little
  fuzzy...

Maya:
  But you're OK, and that's what
  counts. You really had me
  worried!

Maya:
  Come on, let's go back to
  the office.

Phoenix:
  (Hmm... I'm afraid to ask,
  but here goes...)

Phoenix:
  So, this might sound bad,
  but... uh...
  Who are you...?

Maya:
  What!?

Maya:
  I thought you said you got
  your memory back!

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (At that moment,)

Phoenix:
  (everything really did come
  back to me...)


  Detective Gumshoe...

  He's someone I've had clashes
  with in the past during
  certain cases.

  But he's also been a good ally
  during others.


  The Judge...

  He's a lovable, kind old man
  who is easily swayed by other
  people's opinions.

  But in the end, he always
  comes up with the right
  verdict.


  ...
  This person...
  I haven't got a clue...

  He seems to know me, but

  maybe he's mistaking me
  for someone else...?

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (And this girl...)
  ...Maya...?

Maya:
  You... You finally remembered!

Phoenix:
  (This is Maya Fey, my
  assistant.)

Phoenix:
  (That's right... I have so
  many unforgettable memories
  about her.)

Phoenix:
  (For example...)

Maya:
  Earth to Nick!
  What's wrong?

Maya:
  You keep staring at me!
  Don't tell me you've missed
  me?

Phoenix:
  Uh, well, yeah I suppose
  I have.

Phoenix:
  I feel like I haven't seen you
  in ages.

Maya:
  Oh?

Maya:
  Well, I'm back now. So it's
  time for us to create new
  memories together!

Phoenix:
  Alright. Sounds good.

Phoenix:
  (All the phone numbers on
  my phone were erased by
  Mr. Wellington.)

Phoenix:
  (I guess I have to start over
  from the very beginning...)

Maya:
  Come on, Nick!
  Let's go to our usual burger
  joint!

Phoenix:
  OK, OK.

Phoenix:
  (Actually, it hasn't even been
  two months since she came
  back into my life.)

--------------------------------------------

  (And that story...)

  (That story began on one rainy
  afternoon, two months ago...)



Episode 1: The Lost Turnabout

                                             THE END
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That was... no accident...

I was drugged...
     with sleeping pills...

I was murdered...
     by that person...

That's why...
      I took...
           my revenge...

It's only fair...
           Isn't it...
                     ...Ini?

--------------------------------------------

Maya:
  I finally get to see you
  again, and...

Phoenix:
  It's not your fault.
  You didn't do it.

Maya:
  No, I... I did it...
  I killed that person.

Phoenix:
  But that wasn't you.

Maya:
  It doesn't matter.
  It might as well have been me.

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (I can't believe something
  like this happened...)

Phoenix:
  (The events of that gloomy,
  rainy afternoon that started
  this whole mess...)

Phoenix:
  (keep playing through my
  mind...)

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June 16, 3:34 PM
Wright & Co. Law Offices

? ? ?:
  What depressing rain...

? ? ?:
  Do you understand how
  depressed that makes me!?
  Do you!?

Phoenix:
  Uh, I guess...

? ? ?:
  But actually, more than being
  depressed, I'm angry. Angry
  at that weather girl on TV.

? ? ?:
  "I think our little rainy
  spell will take a break
  with a day of sun!"

? ? ?:
  ...is what that girl said!
  I'd stake my life on it!

Phoenix:
  Well, it's the weather...

? ? ?:
  But that's why I didn't bother
  to bring an umbrella today.

? ? ?:
  What nerve, calling herself
  a weather girl! She's going
  to hear about my $1500 suit!

Phoenix:
  Um...
  About your case...

Phoenix:
  Unless you're planning on
  suing the weather girl...?

? ? ?:
  ...

? ? ?:
  I'm sorry.

? ? ?:
  I thought that before we got
  down to business, we could
  have some friendly chatter.

? ? ?:
  My name is Dr. Turner Grey.
  I'm a surgeon.

Phoenix:
  (Remind me never to end
  up under his knife...)

Grey:
  I'm here today because of
  this incident.

Phoenix:
  "Malpractice at Grey Surgical
  Clinic. Fourteen In-Patients
  Lose Their Lives!"

Phoenix:
  ...Oh.
  You're... the doctor at...?

Grey:
  It's really quite upsetting.

Grey:
  Did you hear me!?
  UPSETTING!

Phoenix:
  Yes, yes, I heard you.
  I agree, it's quite upsetting,
  Dr. Grey.

Grey:
  The one that screwed up
  was that nurse!

Grey:
  It was her that got the
  medications mixed up and
  killed those 14 patients!

Grey:
  And yet!
  Now listen good!
  And yet!

Grey:
  That nurse had the nerve to
  go and die before admitting
  to her wrongdoing!

Grey:
  She didn't even offer any
  sort of explanation to me!
  And this is the kicker!

Grey:
  She up and has herself a grand
  ol' accident and crashed her
  car!

Grey:
  Smash! Crunch!
  Instantly transforming her
  car into the accordion model!

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (That's right... About a year
  ago, all the tabloid shows
  were talking about it.)

Phoenix:
  (Fourteen victims of medical
  malpractice and the nurse's
  mysterious fatal accident.)

Phoenix:
  (There were rumors that
  Dr. Grey had actually
  caused that crash.)

Phoenix:
  (People said it was to forever
  hide the person responsible
  for the malpractice incident.)

--------------------------------------------

Grey:
  Why would I...?
  Now, I'm just going to say
  this once --

Grey:
  Why on Earth would I want to
  kill that nurse?

Grey:
  She's the one who killed those
  14 patients! Not me!

Phoenix:
  I think you need to take a
  deep breath, doctor, and
  focus...

Phoenix:
  More to the point, this case
  is over a year old.
  Why bring it up now...?

Grey:
  That's simple! Because
  the situation is slipping
  out of my grasp.

Grey:
  This just won't do.
  My clinic isn't seeing nearly
  as many patients nowadays.

Grey:
  Do you understand what that
  means!? It means they're not
  coming to my clinic!

Phoenix:
  (You don't say...?
  If it were me, I don't think
  I'd want to go either.)

Phoenix:
  So... what would you like me
  to do about it...?

Grey:
  I want you to help me prove
  I'm innocent.

Phoenix:
  Um, you do realize I'm a
  lawyer, not a private
  investigator, right?

Grey:
  No, this is something only
  you can do.

Phoenix:
  ...?

Grey:
  Maya Fey. You know this
  girl, correct?

Phoenix:
  ...!

Phoenix:
  (Maya! Why would he know
  her name...!?)

Grey:
  I heard you were working under
  her for a little while.

Phoenix:
  Well, yes... I mean...
  Hey, wait a second here!

Phoenix:
  I worked UNDER her!?

Grey:
  Yes. Am I wrong?
  She told me, so I'm not
  quite sure if...

Phoenix:
  Well, we worked a few trials
  together.

Phoenix:
  But she went back to her
  hometown to undergo more
  training.

Grey:
  Ah, yes, I heard. It must be
  lonely for you.

Phoenix:
  Wh-What!?
  Wait... I'm not...!

Grey:
  She must be an
  extraordinary girl to
  handle such rigid training.

Phoenix:
  Huh?

Grey:
  I have an acquaintance who
  knows a lot about these
  mystical sorts of things.

Grey:
  She's the one who introduced
  me to Ms. Fey.

Phoenix:
  (Is Maya... really that
  famous...?)

Grey:
  And I've already set up an
  appointment.

Phoenix:
  For what?

Grey:
  What else!?
  A channeling!

Grey:
  I'm going to have her call the
  spirit of that nurse that went
  and got herself killed!

Phoenix:
  O-Oh.

Phoenix:
  (Maya... I wonder what she's
  up to right now...)

--------------------------------------------

Maya:
  We, the women of the Fey
  family, have always been
  spirit mediums.

Maya:
  It's because the power to
  communicate with spirits
  flows strongly through us.

Phoenix:
  (That's what she told me...)

Phoenix:
  (I guess she's learned to
  accept her responsibilities
  and become an adult...)

--------------------------------------------

Grey:
  Not counting training, this
  will be her first time
  channeling a spirit,

Grey:
  so she gave me one condition
  before accepting my request.

Phoenix:
  A condition...?

Grey:
  The condition is you,
  Mr. Wright.

Grey:
  She said that she wouldn't
  do the channeling without
  first seeing you again.

Phoenix:
  Me...?

Grey:
  And that is why I've searched
  you out!

Grey:
  You want to see her too,
  don't you!?

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (And so...)

Phoenix:
  (that is how I ended up
  visiting Maya's hometown
  with the doctor...)

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June 19, 1:25 PM
Kurain Village

Phoenix:
  (So this is Kurain Village;
  Maya's hometown.)

? ? ?:
  ...

Phoenix:
  W-Why, hello there.

? ? ?:
  ...

Phoenix:
  Hmm... What an odd little
  girl.

? ? ?:
  Hey! Wait up, Pearly!!

Phoenix:
  (Hm? Someone else is
  coming this way...)

? ? ?:
  Niiiiiiiick!

Phoenix:
  M-Maya. How are you...?
  It's good to see you again.

Maya:
  Wow, I didn't think you'd
  really show up!

Phoenix:
  It's not that big a deal. You
  made it sound like you were
  soooo far away.

Maya:
  Well, maybe I exaggerated...
  just a little.

Phoenix:
  It was only 2 hours by train.
  If I had known you were this
  close, I'd have visited more.

Maya:
  No! You're not allowed.
  I already decided, you know.

Maya:
  Until I become an adult, I
  have to work hard and be
  strong by myself...

Phoenix:
  Oh... well...

Phoenix:
  Anyway, congratulations.
  I'm glad to hear training
  is going well for you.

Maya:
  Heh, heh...

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Phone booth ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's an old-style phone booth.
+   I can't say it fits in with
+   this area too well.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   My cell phone doesn't get
+   reception up here, so who
+   knows. I may need it later.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Bus shelter ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   An old bus stop.
+   It says "Kurain Village"
+   on the sign post.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   The buses seem incredibly
+   inconvenient since they
+   only come 3 times a day.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Giant rock +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   A giant rock that seems to
+   be reaching for the sky.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Its origins are written on a
+   beat-up, old sign.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It looks like this giant
+   rock is called the
+   "Kurain Boulder".
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There's a really complex
+   explanation written here,
+   but long story short,
+
+ Phoenix:
+   it's a big stone for spirits
+   to live in...
+   Or something like that...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Road and houses further ++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Rustic, thatch-roofed houses
+   where the other villagers live
+   line the street.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   They're nowhere near as large
+   or as nice as the manor in
+   front of me.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's kind of odd that I don't
+   see any of the other villagers
+   walking around, though...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Fey manor ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   The biggest, most elegant
+   of the buildings I can see
+   from here.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   This is Fey Manor; the place
+   Maya calls home.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's easy to be overwhelmed
+   by its presence...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO MAYA)
--------------

>>> Today's channeling >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Looks like you've finally
>   become a full-fledged medium,
>   taking on your first job.
>
> Maya:
>   Yeah. I didn't think it would
>   be this soon.
>
> Phoenix:
>   But this case... Do you
>   know the messy story
>   behind it...?
>
> Maya:
>   Ha ha ha, behold the power
>   of the Maya Intelligence
>   Network!
>
> Maya:
>   Let's see. Fourteen people
>   died because of malpractice
>   on Dr. Grey's part, right?
>
> Maya:
>   And to pin the blame on the
>   nurse,
>
> Maya:
>   he killed her in what appeared
>   to be a car accident!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Huh?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um, so what is this "Maya
>   Intelligence Network"
>   anyway...?
>
> Maya:
>   The tabloids.
>
> Phoenix:
>   That's what I thought.
>
> Maya:
>   ...
>   Ha ha ha. I'm just pulling
>   your leg, Nick!
>
> Maya:
>   What really happened is the
>   exact opposite. I heard all
>   about it from Dr. Grey.
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...
>
> Maya:
>   Oh, come on, Nick!
>
> Maya:
>   I wouldn't take a crazed
>   killer as a client!
>
> Maya:
>   That's too scary, even for
>   me.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Y-Yeah, I guess so.)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Kurain Village >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So this is your hometown,
>   huh, Maya?
>
> Maya:
>   Yup!
>
> Maya:
>   Kurain Village... But I've
>   heard people call this place
>   "Medium Valley", too.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Interesting...
>
> Phoenix:
>   So everyone that lives here
>   is a spirit medium?
>
> Maya:
>   Pretty much.
>
> Maya:
>   Most of my ancestors were
>   too, I think...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (That's probably true since
>   the Fey ability to communicate
>   with the dead is so strong...)
>
> Maya:
>   Actually, only the women of
>   this village are mediums.
>
> Phoenix:
>   So what do the men do?
>
> Maya:
>   They usually work someplace
>   outside the village.
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> The girl earlier >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Oh yeah, I wanted to ask you
>   about that girl I saw earlier.
>   Do you know her?
>
> Maya:
>   Oh, you mean Pearly?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Pearly?
>
> Maya:
>   Pearl Fey. She's my cousin.
>
> Maya:
>   Isn't she adorable?
>   Just like yours truly!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Cousin...
>   Wait, then that means...
>   Is she also a...?
>
> Maya:
>   Yup. She's a medium, too.
>   Pearly's a real genius when
>   it comes to channeling!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Hmm, I see.
>
> Phoenix:
>   I hope I didn't scare her
>   when I tried to talk to her
>   earlier.
>
> Maya:
>   Nah, it's not you. My aunt
>   drilled it into her head that
>
> Maya:
>   "if a suspicious-looking
>   person tries to talk to you,
>   run away".
>
> Phoenix:
>   S-Suspicious-looking...!?
>
> Maya:
>   Well, you're not wearing
>   training clothes, for
>   starters...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Of course not.
>
> Maya:
>   Pearly is my aunt's most
>   valued treasure, so she's not
>   allowed to go outside of town.
>
> Maya:
>   She doesn't know much
>   about the world outside
>   of Kurain Village.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Aunt?
>
> Maya:
>   Pearly's mother is my aunt,
>   duh. Come on, Nick.
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO MAYA)
-----------------

*** Attorney's Badge ***********************
*
* Maya:
*   Ah, it's good to see this
*   tarnished badge again.
*
* Phoenix:
*   What do you mean by
*   "tarnished"...?
*
* Maya:
*   Well, look. This badge is
*   like every other.
*
* Maya:
*   It's bound to lose its color
*   and shine after years and
*   years.
*
* Maya:
*   But you know, polishing it
*   up once in a while wouldn't
*   be a bad idea.
*
********************************************

*** Dr. Turner Grey profile ****************
*
* Maya:
*   Hey, it's my client!
*
* Phoenix:
*   "Client," huh?
*   You're really serious
*   about your work, aren't you?
*
* Maya:
*   I thought I'd say it once,
*   just to try it out,
*
* Maya:
*   like how you always say,
*   "My client."
*
********************************************

*** Anything else **************************
*
* Maya:
*   Ha ha ha. I'm warning you!
*   I'm not the same weak Maya
*   you knew a year ago, Nick!
*
* Phoenix:
*   You seem to have a lot of
*   faith in yourself.
*
* Maya:
*   You'll see soon enough.
*
* Maya:
*   I think you'll be totally
*   shocked by how good
*   my hamburgers are now!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Were you training to be a
*   medium or a cook?)
*
********************************************

--------------------------------------------

*AFTER TALKING TO MAYA*

Maya:
  Well, Nick, I've got to get
  going. It's about time for
  the channeling to start.

Phoenix:
  Huh? Oh, yeah...

Maya:
  I'm doing the channeling
  in my house, so come on
  in, OK?

Maya:
  After I'm done, we can grill
  up some juicy burgers!

Phoenix:
  Alright.
  Good luck, Maya.

Maya:
  Thanks!

Phoenix:
  (Well...
  At least she's still the
  same perky Maya.)

MOVE TO: "Meditation Room"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 19
Fey Manor
Meditation Room

Grey:
  Ah, Mr. Wright. I'm so glad
  you showed.

Phoenix:
  Some nice weather we're
  having today.
  Aren't you happy?

Grey:
  No, not at all.

Grey:
  That stupid weather girl made
  the wrong call again.

Grey:
  "It will rain cats and dogs
  today!" she said with a
  straight face.

Grey:
  I can't believe they allow
  such misguided reports on
  the public airwaves!

Phoenix:
  (Looks like talking about the
  weather with this guy is just
  asking for punishment...)

Grey:
  ...But anyway, this is a
  splendid manor.

Phoenix:
  (No argument there...
  It's hard to believe that this
  is Maya's house, though...)

Grey:
  I was give a guidemap to this
  building.

Grey:
  Here, Mr. Wright.
  I have a copy for you too.

*Guidemap added to the
Court Record.*

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Door +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   A door that leads to the
+   Channeling Chamber, the place
+   where spirits and people meet.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   The iron in this door was
+   tempered, making it very
+   solid.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It looks like there is a
+   strong lock on this door
+   to top it off.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Writing on top of the door +++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Someone with a lot of skill
+   wrote these four Chinese
+   characters with a brush.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Oh look, here's a translation:
+   "Once in a Lifetime."
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Its message is people should
+   value their ghostly meetings
+   as once in a lifetime chances.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Blue board +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   A piece of cloth with a ton
+   of finely-written characters
+   jammed onto it.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Probably esoteric knowledge
+   only mediums should know.
+   ...Hmm, let's see...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Here's one in English...
+   It says...
+   "100 Ways to Save Money".
+
+ Phoenix:
+   ...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Being a medium sounds like
+   a rough way of life...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Opening to the Winding way +++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   This door leads out to the
+   Winding Way.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   The weather outside looks
+   really nice.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO DR. GREY)
------------------

>>> Today's channeling >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   What are you going to do
>   once the nurse's spirit has
>   been called?
>
> Grey:
>   Isn't it obvious?
>   I'm going to have her
>   write a signed confession.
>
> Phoenix:
>   A signed confession?
>
> Grey:
>   Yes, a confession.
>   Pay attention!
>   I'll have her write this:
>
> Grey:
>   "One year ago, on May 2nd,
>
> Grey:
>   14 patients died due to my
>   negligence.
>
> Grey:
>   And then, on May 24th,
>
> Grey:
>   I fell asleep at the wheel and
>   died in a car accident due to
>   my further negligence.
>
> Grey:
>   I'm sorry and I apologize
>   for being negligent."
>
> Grey:
>   That's what I'll have her
>   write!
>
> Grey:
>   With a confession, the rain
>   falling on my soul can
>   finally stop.
>
> Phoenix:
>   O-Oh, I see...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Maya >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So, how did you hear about
>   Maya Fey...?
>
> Grey:
>   I heard about her from an
>   acquaintance; a girl studying
>   the occult at the college.
>
> Grey:
>   That girl introduced me to
>   this village.
>
> Grey:
>   This is the home of the
>   Kurain School of Channeling.
>
> Phoenix:
>   The home, huh...?
>
> Grey:
>   And Ms. Maya is a daughter
>   of the "Master", I hear.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Master...?
>
> Grey:
>   Anyway, do you see that door?
>   That's the room where people
>   and spirits meet.
>
> Grey:
>   Ms. Maya's aunt is in there
>   right now. Would you care
>   to meet her...?
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO DR. GREY)
---------------------

*** Attorney's Badge ***********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Look, here's my attorney's
*   badge.
*
* Grey:
*   Are you trying to compete
*   with me and my profession
*   with that piece of scrap?
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...Uh...
*
* Grey:
*   I am a surgeon.
*   Compared to you lawyers,
*   I'm practically a saint!
*
* Grey:
*   Yes, well, I don't exactly
*   have any patients right now,
*
* Grey:
*   but, and listen good!
*   I'm not the one that made
*   the mistake!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (This doctor needs his
*   head examined...)
*
********************************************

*** Guidemap (Fey Manor) *******************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Wow, this manor is really
*   nice, don't you think?
*
* Grey:
*   Do you honestly think this
*   place is all that impressive?
*   Don't make me laugh.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Huh?
*
* Grey:
*   This is the countryside.
*   Land here is dirt cheap.
*
* Grey:
*   I will have something much
*   greater one day! I will build
*   my own grand mansion!
*
* Grey:
*   Did you hear me!? A grand
*   MANSION! This manor will
*   seem like nothing!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Uh, could you keep that
*   shaking fist away from
*   my face? Thanks...)
*
********************************************

*** Maya Fey profile ***********************
*
* Grey:
*   She's still young, but
*   one day, she'll bear a
*   big responsibility.
*
* Grey:
*   She'll be the Master, you
*   know. The MASTER!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I guess there are "Master"
*   mediums, too...)
*
********************************************

*** Any other profile **********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   What do you have to say
*   about this person, Dr. Grey?
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...This person...
*   Hmm...
*   Judging by their face...
*
* Phoenix:
*   W-What is it?
*
* Grey:
*   They have a weak stomach.
*
* Phoenix:
*   R-Really...
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Channeling Chamber"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 19
Fey Manor
Channeling Chamber

Phoenix:
  (Wow... It's such a strange
  atmosphere in here...)

Phoenix:
  (These flickering lights...
  I guess they're candles...)

? ? ?:
  Good sir!
  Who might you be...?

Phoenix:
  Aaah!
  I-I'm, uh, my name is
  Phoenix Wright...

? ? ?:
  Oh... You must be that
  good sir...

Phoenix:
  ("Good sir"...? Is she
  talking about me?)

? ? ?:
  You are a lawyer, are you not,
  good sir?

? ? ?:
  I have heard much about
  you from Mystic Maya.

Phoenix:
  Is that so?
  ("Mystic" Maya...?)

? ? ?:
  I am Mystic Maya's aunt,
  Morgan Fey.

Phoenix:
  N-Nice to meet you.

Morgan:
  Ah, I had wanted to speak with
  you about a certain incident,
  good sir.

Morgan:
  It would seem that perhaps you
  ask too much of Mystic Maya
  in performing your duties.

Morgan:
  Most unbecoming, I'm afraid.

Phoenix:
  Huh?

Morgan:
  Don't tell me you have already
  forgotten?

Morgan:
  That was it not for Mystic
  Maya and her assistance, you
  would surly not have won...

Phoenix:
  (First a girl that runs away,
  and now an old lady who says
  I stink at doing my job...)

Phoenix:
  (When did I become the poster
  boy for "How Not to Make a
  First Impression"...?)

Morgan:
  The past is the past
  though. Let's us speak
  of the present now.

Phoenix:
  ...Ah, thank you...

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Door +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   The Meditation Room is on
+   the other side of this very
+   heavy-looking door.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There is a giant iron lock
+   where the handle is.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It feels like a curtain that
+   separates the normal world
+   from the spirit one.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Floor panels +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   This is where the medium
+   sits, I assume. There are
+   4 panels of this flooring.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   The straw in the flooring
+   feels a little damp, probably
+   from the humidity in the air.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Alter ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I guess this is an alter.
+   Whatever it is, it feels
+   very important.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   A mirror-like object with
+   a cloudy reflective surface,
+
+ Phoenix:
+   and some branches of a
+   sacred tree have been set in
+   a pre-determined arrangement.
+
+ Morgan:
+   Good sir! I wonder if you
+   would please not touch
+   the sacred objects.
+
+ Morgan:
+   Those objects are being
+   offered to the spirits.
+
+ Morgan:
+   If you were to touch them,
+   good sir, they would become
+   cursed. Yes, cursed.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (She really didn't have to
+   talk down to me. I'm not
+   that much of an idiot...)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Folding screen +++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   This folding screen is really
+   showing its age. All of its
+   edges are a bit tattered.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   The lettering is fading too.
+   I think I recognize a few of
+   the characters on here...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   ...Ku
+       ...ra
+           ...in...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I'm pretty sure that's what it
+   says... Maybe I'll ask Maya
+   about it later...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Behind the folding screen ++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There is some empty space
+   behind the folding screen.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   The light of the candles can't
+   reach back there, so it's
+   completely dark.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO MORGAN)
----------------

>>> Maya >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So why do you add "Mystic"
>   to Maya's name. Isn't that a
>   little... strange?
>
> Morgan:
>   Good sir!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Yes!
>
> Morgan:
>   How dare you be so rude and
>   disrespectful towards Mystic
>   Maya!
>
> Phoenix:
>   I-I'm sorry.
>
> Morgan:
>   She must be addressed by her
>   proper title, good sir. You
>   must call her "Mystic Maya"!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um, uh... So, about Mystic
>   Maya... Uh...
>
> Morgan:
>   It is the blood.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Excuse me? "Blood"?
>
> Morgan:
>   Mystic Maya carries the blood
>   of the Master. In actuality,
>   she is the only one remaining.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Only one remaining...?
>   What's that supposed to mean?)
>
> Morgan:
>   Mystic Maya is the last of the
>   rightful heirs of the Kurain
>   Channeling Technique.
>
> Phoenix:
>   OK...
>   Then... where do you stand...?
>
> Morgan:
>   That is a little more
>   complicated...
>
> Morgan:
>   Although a woman of the Fey
>   family, I am merely a member
>   of the branch family.
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...Branch family?
>   What's that?
>
> Morgan:
>   It is as it sounds. For a
>   member of the branch family,
>   no matter her spiritual power,
>
> Morgan:
>   she can never become the
>   Master of the Kurain School.
>
> Phoenix:
>   So... how strong are you...?
>
> Morgan:
>   ...
>   It is a shame, however I
>   will admit.
>
> Morgan:
>   I can not even begin to
>   compare the lowliness of
>   my power to the Master's.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (So that's how it is...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Today's channeling >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So today's channeling will
>   be her first?
>
> Morgan:
>   Yes, good sir.
>
> Morgan:
>   Because the spirit of a person
>   who dies in a traffic accident
>   is usually very strong,
>
> Morgan:
>   it is usually easier to call
>   that person to our world.
>
> Phoenix:
>   ("Traffic accident" indeed.)
>
> Morgan:
>   The channeling will take
>   place here, in this Channeling
>   Chamber, good sir.
>
> Morgan:
>   As you can see, I am in the
>   process of preparing.
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Channeling Chamber >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So... this room is the...
>   Channeling Chamber...?
>
> Morgan:
>   The place where a spirit
>   medium speaks with those
>   who have departed.
>
> Phoenix:
>   I don't suppose you'd mind
>   if we observed the session...
>
> Morgan:
>   Do not even think of such
>   nonsense!
>
> Morgan:
>   Only the medium and the
>   client may enter here.
>
> Phoenix:
>   O-Oh.
>
> Morgan:
>   The secrets of the Kurain
>   Techniques can not be seen
>   by just anybody.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (That never stopped Maya
>   from doing it in front of me
>   before...)
>
> Morgan:
>   It is also for your safety,
>   good sir, if something were
>   to go wrong.
>
> Morgan:
>   That is why, while channeling
>   is being performed, that heavy
>   door is securely locked...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Oh, that's what the lock is
>   for...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO MORGAN)
-------------------

*** Maya Fey profile ***********************
*
* Morgan:
*   Good sir!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Y-Yes!
*
* Morgan:
*   When did you...
*
* Morgan:
*   take a hidden picture of
*   Mystic Maya!?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Wh-Wh-What!?
*   Wait... It's not like that
*   at all!
*
* Morgan:
*   It is unforgivable!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Ow-ow-ow!
*   (Why did she slap me?)
*
********************************************

*** Dr. Turner Grey profile ****************
*
* Phoenix:
*   About this person...
*
* Morgan:
*   Oh!
*   It is that man, is it not?
*
* Morgan:
*   A man who wishes to borrow
*   a departed spirit's power to
*   hide the lack of his own.
*
* Morgan:
*   What an insignificant man.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Insignificant...?
*
* Morgan:
*   That would mean you are that
*   man's insignificant little
*   friend, dear sir.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Then I guess that makes
*   Maya my insignificant little
*   assistant, huh?)
*
********************************************

*** Anything else **************************
*
* Morgan:
*   Good sir!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Ack!
*
* Morgan:
*   We would like to begin the
*   channeling at 3 o'clock.
*
* Morgan:
*   If you don't mind, good sir,
*   would you mind allowing
*   me to make preparations?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Uh, um, sure... go ahead...
*   (She's a Fey alright!
*   Just as odd as the rest.)
*
********************************************

--------------------------------------------

*AFTER TALKING TO MORGAN*

Morgan:
  ...

Morgan:
  Oh, yes.

Morgan:
  I wonder if you have yet to
  meet Pearl, good sir.

Phoenix:
  Pearl?

Morgan:
  She is an adorable, angelic
  young girl.

Phoenix:
  Oh, that odd...

Morgan:
  She is my daughter.
  Now then, what was it
  you were about to say...?

Phoenix:
  Wh-What a cute daughter you
  have... Ahaha...

Morgan:
  A pure heart that knows not
  of the evils in this world is
  a powerful thing, good sir.

Morgan:
  Please refrain from
  affiliating with her,
  I request.

Phoenix:
  (Well, it's not like I had
  the chance to anyway...)

Morgan:
  I must insist and stress that
  you not let it occur.

Phoenix:
  Okay, okay, I get it!

MOVE TO: "Meditation Room"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

PRESENT (TO DR. GREY)
---------------------

*** Morgan Fey profile *********************
*
* Grey:
*   That's Ms. Maya's aunt.
*
* Grey:
*   Earlier, she made me eat some
*   sort of traditional dessert
*   the size of a tea saucer!
*
* Grey:
*   Hmm, I wonder if Ms. Morgan
*   ever performs channelings
*   herself...?
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Winding Way"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 19
Fey Manor
Winding Way

Phoenix:
  (Wow. This garden is really
  breath-taking. Someone put
  a lot of love into it.)

Phoenix:
  (What is that over there...?
  ...Is that an incinerator?)

Phoenix:
  (It looks a little out of
  place in a garden like
  this...)

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ The garden +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   A splendid garden with a
+   small lamp and traditional
+   decorations.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's a bit small to walk
+   around in...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Although, that incinerator
+   piques my curiosity...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Incinerator ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's a small incinerator.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I don't think garbage trucks
+   come all the way out here
+   to a little village like this.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   So every family has to burn
+   their own trash.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Side Room ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It looks like there's a room
+   over there, too.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   A peaceful feeling is
+   emanating from it.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Urn ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's a really old urn.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   The ashes of a person
+   long dead are inside.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It looks like something with
+   a long history...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Other than that, it's not very
+   interesting, so time to move
+   on.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

MOVE TO: "Side Room"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 19
Fey Manor
Side Room

Phoenix:
  (So this is... the Side Room.
  Looks like it's more of a
  break room.)

Phoenix:
  (There is bedding spread out
  on the floor. It looks like
  someone's sleeping in one.)

Phoenix:
  (I shouldn't disturb them...)

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Wooden bear sculpture ++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's a decorative wooden bear
+   sculpture. There's a plate
+   attached to the base.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   "Kurain Village - The Heart
+   of Channeling"
+   What the!? It's a souvenir.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   So does this mean it's easy
+   to spot bears here... And for
+   them to spot you...? *gulp*
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Alcove +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's a small alcove.
+   I have no idea what it's
+   supposed to mean or symbolize.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   If I had one of these in the
+   office, it would end up as
+   storage space.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   But here, it's decorated with
+   some pretty flowers and a
+   beautiful hanging scroll.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Sliding door +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   This is the first time I've
+   seen a sliding door like this
+   in person.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   From here, I can see the
+   Winding Way and the little
+   garden in the courtyard.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Bed on right +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There's bedding spread out
+   on the floor. Is that someone
+   sleeping in one over there?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   She's probably an exhausted
+   medium taking a break and
+   catching some z's.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   If I wake her up, she might be
+   grumpy and throw a spell on
+   me.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's probably a good idea to
+   not disturb her sleep...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

MOVE TO: "Winding Way"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

? ? ?:
  Hey! You!
  Hold on, now! This gal's
  got a few questions to ask!

Phoenix:
  (Hmm... I'm sure I've heard
  that southern accent
  somewhere before...)

? ? ?:
  Oh, well I'll be!
  It's Mr. Phoenix Wright!

? ? ?:
  How ya been!?
  Haven't seen you in, what,
  a year!?

Phoenix:
  Um... You... are... uh...

*** Lotta Hair *****************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Um, Lotta Hair, was it?
*
* ? ? ?:
*   L-L-Lotta Who!?
*   Wait, you best not be making
*   fun of my hair, now!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Ah, no, um, I wasn't "making
*   fun"... I was "complimenting"
*   you on your fine hair...
*
* ? ? ?:
*   Hmph, I dare say yer one
*   heartless man, Mr. Wright.
*
* ? ? ?:
*   It was cause of my testimony
*   that yer friend got outta
*   being guilty.
*
* ? ? ?:
*   But looks like you already
*   forgot that.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Hold up...
*
* Phoenix:
*   You were working with the
*   prosecution at first as one
*   of their witnesses,
*
* Phoenix:
*   and came after us as if we
*   were a piece of sirloin
*   steak...
*
* ? ? ?:
*   Minor detail.
*   Stop being so uptight; lettin'
*   little things get in the way.
*
* ? ? ?:
*   The name's Hart.
*   Lotta Hart.
*   Don't you go forgetting it!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Oh yeah!
*   That's it!
*
* Lotta:
*   Now listen here. I'm here to
*   take some pictures today.
*   Gonna get myself a real scoop.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Ah, so I guess you're still at
*   it? Being a photographer,
*   I mean.
*
* Lotta:
*   You betcha!
*   The hardest working one
*   out there, I reckon!
*
* Lotta:
*   Didn't I say I was gonna make
*   a name for myself as a famous
*   "paranormal photographer"!?
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** Lotta Hart *****************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   You're Lotta Hart, right...?
*
* Lotta:
*   Bingo!
*
* Lotta:
*   I'm the one and only
*   "paranormal photographer",
*   Lotta Hart!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Ah, so I guess you're still at
*   it? Being a photographer,
*   I mean.
*
* Lotta:
*   Of course!
*
* Lotta:
*   And today, I'm gonna get
*   myself a real scoop! You
*   wait and see!
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** Who are you again? *********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Sorry, but who are you again?
*
* ? ? ?:
*   Oh Lawdy!
*   I've met some cold men
*   in my days, but you...
*
* ? ? ?:
*   You're in an icebox of yer
*   own!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Come on, am I really that
*   bad...?
*
* ? ? ?:
*   Put yer noggin to some use!
*   You've gotta remember who
*   I am!
*
* ? ? ?:
*   It was cause of my testimony
*   that yer friend got outta
*   being guilty.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Ah!
*   You're the one from that
*   trial!
*
* ? ? ?:
*   See, I knew you could
*   remember if you tried!
*
* Phoenix:
*   You were working with the
*   prosecution at first as one
*   of their witnesses,
*
* Phoenix:
*   and came after us as if we
*   were a piece of sirloin
*   steak...
*
* ? ? ?:
*   Why don't we let bygones
*   be bygones, now.
*   It's yesterday's news, right?
*
* ? ? ?:
*   Name's Lotta Hart.
*
* ? ? ?:
*   Don't you go forgetting it, ya
*   hear!?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Um...
*   So what brings you here today?
*
* Lotta:
*   Hah! You should already know!
*   I'm here for the big scoop!
*   I can feel it!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Ah, so I guess you're still at
*   it? Being a photographer,
*   I mean.
*
* Lotta:
*   You betcha!
*   The hardest working one
*   out there, I reckon!
*
* Lotta:
*   Didn't I say I was gonna make
*   a name for myself as a famous
*   "paranormal photographer"!?
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Lotta:
  Oh, that's right!

Lotta:
  This ain't no time to be
  wastin' time!

Lotta:
  The channeling's about
  to get started!

Phoenix:
  Is it that time already!?

Lotta:
  We all should hurry up and
  get to the Meditation Room.

Lotta:
  ...What are you waiting around
  for!? Come on!

Phoenix:
  (Lotta Hart, huh?)

Phoenix:
  (I've been judging her harshly
  because of that case,)

Phoenix:
  (but, I guess looking back,
  we had some good times,
  too...)

MOVE TO: "Meditation Room"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 19
Fey Manor
Meditation Room

Morgan:
  We will now begin the
  channeling.

Morgan:
  Mystic Maya and honored guest,
  please proceed into the
  Channeling Chamber.

Grey:
  With this, I can finally
  swat all those pesky
  flies, once and for all!

Grey:
  You hear me!? They won't
  be able to say a single bad
  thing about me after this!

Grey:
  You would love to hear them
  apologize, wouldn't you?
  Wouldn't you, Mr. Wright!?

Phoenix:
  Me!? Oh, uh, yeah, I sure
  would.

Morgan:
  Mystic Maya, do you have the
  Channeling Chamber key?

Maya:
  Yup, right here.

Morgan:
  That is most satisfactory.

Morgan:
  That key is one-of-a-kind, so
  please take care of it well.

Maya:
  It'll be fine, Aunt Morgan.
  I won't lose it, trust me!

Maya:
  OK, Dr. Grey.
  Let's get started.

Grey:
  Finally! Let's go!

--------------------------------------------

*click*

Morgan:
  Now let us wait patiently out
  here for them.

Morgan:
  Please have some lovely bitter
  green tea and jaw-droppingly
  large strawberry desserts...

Lotta:
  Hold on, now, granny!

Morgan:
  ...Granny?

Lotta:
  How come we ain't allowed in
  that room!?

Morgan:
  Dear madam, you have an
  "impressive" grasp of English.
  From where did you learn it?

Lotta:
  What!? I'm from the heart
  of the heartland!

Morgan:
  Is that so? Then I humbly
  request that you return to
  this "Heart of the Heartland".

Lotta:
  Wh-What are ya...?

Morgan:
  This is Kurain Village.

Morgan:
  If you can not follow our
  traditions and rules, we
  request that you leave!

Lotta:
  ...!

Lotta:
  ...
  Sorry.

Phoenix:
  (Wow. She shut Lotta up!
  Now THAT's impressive!)

Morgan:
  Now then, let us wait.

--------------------------------------------

*BANG*

Lotta:
  Hey now!
  Wh-What was that just now!?

Phoenix:
  (It came from inside the
  Channeling Chamber...)

*BANG*

Lotta:
  Hey! Th-That's a gunshot!

Morgan:
  E-Excuse me!?

Lotta:
  I've heard that sound before.
  It's a gunshot! I'd bet my
  afro on it!

Phoenix:
  (M-Maya! Maya's in there!)

*** Break into the Chamber *****************
*
* Lotta:
*   Well, Mister Lawyer!
*   What's the plan!?
*
* Phoenix:
*   What else!?
*   We're going to break in!
*   
* Lotta:
*   What!? But... But there's only
*   one key and that kid's got it.
*
* Phoenix:
*   We're going to have to break
*   the door. Is that alright,
*   Ms. Fey?
*
* Morgan:
*   Well, yes... But there is one
*   matter... That is...
*
* Phoenix:
*   Don't try to stop me!
*
* Phoenix:
*   You can send the repair bill
*   to the Wright & Co. Law
*   Offices later!
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** Ask Morgan what to do ******************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Ms. Fey!
*   What should we do!?
*
* Lotta:
*   Yellow-bellied chicken liver!
*   What are ya waiting for!?
*   Kick it down already!
*
* Phoenix:
*   But... The key...
*
* Morgan:
*   That key is one-of-a-kind.
*   In this world, there is only
*   that one.
*
* Morgan:
*   Even I am powerless to open
*   that door.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Hmm, there is really no other
*   way...)
*   Alright.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Stand aside!
*   I'm going to break the door
*   down!
*
* Morgan:
*   W-Wait! Please!
*   That sort of recklessness...
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Lotta:
  Yeah! Now that's what I call
  being a man!

*SLAM*
        *SLAM*
                *CRASH!*

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  D-Dr. Grey!!

*klik*

? ? ?:
  ...I...

? ? ?:
  ...I was...
  murdered...

Phoenix:
  M-Maya?

? ? ?:
  That man...
  ...murdered me...

? ? ?:
  ...so I killed... him...

Phoenix:
  Wh-What!?

*klik*

Phoenix:
  Lotta! At a time like this!?

Lotta:
  Times like this are perfect
  for snapping up shots!

Lotta:
  But anyway... what's going on
  here!? This gal... Is she...
  ...Maya!?

  Step away from there!

Morgan:
  Please leave this area to me.

Morgan:
  Go quickly and inform the
  police!

Phoenix:
  But, but...

Morgan:
  Hurry!
  Before there are more
  victims here!

Lotta:
  Hey, let's go, City Boy!
  Leave this to the granny!

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 19
Kurain Village

Phoenix:
  (My cell phone doesn't get
  reception way out here...)

Phoenix:
  (So I ended up using the
  phone booth to call the
  police...)

Lotta:
  And...?

Phoenix:
  They're on their way.

Lotta:
  That's good.
  Lawdy, I saw a genuine
  "mysterious phenomenon"...

Phoenix:
  (She seems really on edge
  because of all this...)

Phoenix:
  (Not that I blame her...
  I'm scared to death by
  what's going on...)

--------------------------------------------

TALK (TO LOTTA)
---------------

>>> What you witnessed >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Lotta:
>   Hey, Mister.
>
> Lotta:
>   That gal... Maya. She wasn't
>   the one that pulled the
>   trigger, was she...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Oh, yeah...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Lotta doesn't know that when
>   Maya is channeling, her whole
>   physical appearance changes.)
>
> Lotta:
>   Then again... Weren't there
>   only the two of 'em in there?
>
> Lotta:
>   I reckon she musta done
>   it then...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Dr. Grey >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Lotta, what do you know
>   about Dr. Grey?
>
> Lotta:
>   Not much, but I did some
>   digging...
>
> Lotta:
>   That's one gent with a bad
>   reputation.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Really?
>
> Lotta:
>   I hear he's good at surgery
>   and stuff, but his personality
>   stinks like wet sheep.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (I sort of got the same
>   impression myself...)
>
> Lotta:
>   He's real controllin'.
>
> Lotta:
>   Soon as his nurse or patients
>   don't do what he says, he
>   starts a-hollerin'.
>
> Lotta:
>   Musta been real rough to
>   work for him.
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO LOTTA)
------------------

*** Anything *******************************
*
* Lotta:
*   Hey, they'll be here soon,
*   right? The police, I mean.
*
* Lotta:
*   I reckon you should be gettin'
*   back to the crime scene, now.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Yeah, I guess so...)
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Meditation Room"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 19
Fey Manor
Meditation Room

Morgan:
  Ah, Mr. Wright.

Phoenix:
  Ms. Fey!
  How's, um... Mystic... Maya?

Morgan:
  She has returned to "this
  world". The Spirit Severing
  Technique was successful.

Phoenix:
  Let me see her, please!

Morgan:
  She is still unconscious.
  I humbly request that you
  wait outside for her recovery.

Phoenix:
  (Guess I just have to wait...
  *sigh*)

Gumshoe:
  The police are here!
  Sorry to keep you
  waiting!

Gumshoe:
  Huh?
  ...You again!?

Phoenix:
  What are you doing all the
  way out here, Detective
  Gumshoe?

Gumshoe:
  It's actually kinda funny.
  I was in the area for a
  business trip, pal.

Gumshoe:
  Well, time to check out the
  crime scene.

Gumshoe:
  I'll have to question everyone
  here later on,

Gumshoe:
  so just sit tight, alright?

Phoenix:
  (Why is he grinning at
  me...?)

Morgan:
  Shall I show you to the scene
  of the crime, Detective
  Gymshoe?

Gumshoe:
  Um...
  My name isn't Gymshoe...

Phoenix:
  (The two of them went into
  the Channeling Chamber...)

Phoenix:
  (I guess all I can do for
  now is see what everyone
  else has to say...)

MOVE TO: "Kurain Village"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 19
Kurain Village

Lotta:
  ...

Phoenix:
  (She's probably scared out of
  her wits after having a murder
  take place right near her.)

Phoenix:
  Lotta?

Lotta:
  GAWDDON'TLETITBEMENEXT!

Phoenix:
  Eek! Don't scare me like that!

Lotta:
  What do you mean!?
  Yer the one scaring me!

Lotta:
  If I weren't so tough, you'd
  have another dead body on
  yer hands -- mine!

--------------------------------------------

TALK (TO LOTTA)
---------------

>>> Any ideas >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Did you see or notice anything
>   that stuck out at you?
>
> Lotta:
>   Nah...
>   Well, maybe one thing...
>
> Phoenix:
>   What is it!?
>
> Lotta:
>   Turns out my poor stomach's
>   not good at handlin' this kind
>   of thing.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Huh-what?
>
> Lotta:
>   Curses and ghosts and stuff
>   comin' back to get ya...
>   This is just too much, I say.
>
> Phoenix:
>   What is too much?
>
> Lotta:
>   Being an occult photographer.
>
> Lotta:
>   That's some scary stuff, so I
>   think I'm gonna try being a
>   celebrity photographer, now.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Going after photos more
>   within your reach from now on?
>   More glamour, less gore?
>
> Lotta:
>   ...
>
> Phoenix:
>   What's up?
>
> Lotta:
>   Oh, yeah!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Wh-What is it?
>
> Lotta:
>   I took some hot pictures
>   earlier!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Huh?
>
> Lotta:
>   Remember!?
>   I took some pictures at the
>   murder scene inside!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Ack! She did! Two even!)
>
> Lotta:
>   "The Séance Murder"...
>   I sure like the ring of that.
>   It'll be a sensational story!
>
> Phoenix:
>   L-Lotta!
>
> Lotta:
>   Sorry, but my journalistic
>   sense is burnin' inside me!
>
> Lotta:
>   Hate to cut and run, but I'm
>   headin' back in!
>
> Lotta:
>   Gotta beat those cops to
>   the scoop of the century!
>
> Lotta:
>   UWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHA
>   HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH
>
> Lotta:
>   HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAhaha
>   hahahahahahahahaha...
>   ...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO LOTTA)
------------------

*** Maya Fey profile ***********************
*
* Lotta:
*   Must be an awful thing to
*   see each other again and
*   have this happen.
*
* Lotta:
*   Never woulda guessed that
*   gal would end up being a
*   murderer.
*
* Phoenix:
*   That wasn't Maya!
*
* Phoenix:
*   She was being controlled
*   by a spirit...
*
* Lotta:
*   Come on, now, City Boy.
*   Ya really think the cops'll
*   believe that?
*
********************************************

*** Dr. Turner Grey profile ****************
*
* Lotta:
*   Hey, it's that Dr. Grey guy.
*   Pity what happened to him.
*
* Lotta:
*   Pretty scary what ghouls and
*   ghosts can do to a man, huh?
*   Gawd rest his poor soul.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Hmm... Since when was Lotta
*   so religious...?)
*
********************************************

*** Morgan Fey profile *********************
*
* Lotta:
*   That old lady sure can be
*   forceful.
*
* Lotta:
*   She scared me back there.
*   ...Well, only a little, now,
*   ya hear?
*
********************************************

*** Dick Gumshoe profile *******************
*
* Lotta:
*   I swear I've seen his face
*   before. Maybe during that
*   last case...
*
* Lotta:
*   Whenever something happens,
*   this detective guy is always
*   there.
*
* Lotta:
*   I wonder if he's the real
*   baddie behind everything?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Somehow, I highly
*   doubt it...)
*
********************************************

*** Anything else **************************
*
* Lotta:
*   Nope. Don't know nothin'
*   about that.
*
* Lotta:
*   Things that don't catch my
*   eye, don't catch my interest.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (And she calls herself a
*   journalist??)
*
********************************************

--------------------------------------------

*AFTER TALKING TO LOTTA*

Phoenix:
  (I don't know who's scarier...
  Lotta or the spirits...)

Phoenix:
  (And why does it feel like
  we've been through this
  before...?)

MOVE TO: "Channeling Chamber"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 19
Fey Manor
Channeling Chamber

Phoenix:
  (The police are busily running
  here and there,)

Phoenix:
  (and I don't see Maya
  anywhere...)

Gumshoe:
  H-Hey, you!
  Don't touch anything!

Phoenix:
  Look, I really need to ask you
  some questions!

Gumshoe:
  Umm... Don't look at me like
  I'm some sort of uncaring
  jerk...

Gumshoe:
  Tell you what, pal.
  I'll let you ask me a few
  questions, alright?

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Anywhere +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Gumshoe:
+   Hey, pal!
+   No touching without
+   my permission!
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I'm just looking at it.
+
+ Gumshoe:
+   Hey, I can't be too careful if
+   a kid like her can be a murder
+   suspect, now can I?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (I guess if I want to search
+   this room, I'm going to have
+   to come back later...)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO GUMSHOE)
-----------------

>>> Maya >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um, about Maya...
>
> Gumshoe:
>   I hate to break this to you,
>   pal, but...
>
> Gumshoe:
>   with the way things look now,
>   that girl's the only one who
>   could've done it.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Yeah. Only Maya and the
>   victim were inside this
>   room, after all...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   But Maya is...
>
> Gumshoe:
>   You can ask more about her
>   later, pal.
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Right now, I've got a job to
>   do and that's collecting
>   evidence.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Detective Gumshoe looks
>   like a real professional.)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (And yet, something about
>   his expression still looks
>   the same...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Cause of death >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So... Dr. Grey was shot with
>   a gun, huh?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   He was shot in the forehead.
>
> Gumshoe:
>   But...
>
> Phoenix:
>   But...?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   But he was also stabbed
>   in the chest with a knife.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (...A knife?)
>
> Gumshoe:
>   After being stabbed, the
>   final blow was a shot
>   from a gun.
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO GUMSHOE)
--------------------

*** Anything *******************************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Ah, I'm really busy right now.
*   I can take a look at it later,
*   alright, pal?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (He didn't even take a
*   glance at it...)
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Side Room"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 19
Fey Manor
Side Room

Phoenix:
  (Hmm, I'm pretty sure there
  was someone sleeping here
  earlier...)

? ? ?:
  Like, how can I help you?

Phoenix:
  Ack!
  Ah, I'm, uh... That is... I...

? ? ?:
  Um, like, so isn't it about
  time to start?

Phoenix:
  Huh?
  Time to start what?

? ? ?:
  You know, like,
  the channeling!

Phoenix:
  Channeling...?

Phoenix:
  Oh, oh, oh, oh!!
  No, actually, the situation
  has kind of changed...

? ? ?:
  Huh?
  Like, what do you mean?

Phoenix:
  Please stay calm, but...
  a murder has taken place!

? ? ?:
  ...

? ? ?:
  Um, so, like... A murder is
  that thing where, like, one
  person kills another, right?

Phoenix:
  Yes!
  A person has killed another
  person!

? ? ?:
  Oh, that's...
  Uh... What are the words I'm
  looking for...? It's like...

? ? ?:
  ...like totally a bummer.

Phoenix:
  ...Yeah...
  (After all that effort, that's
  all she had to say?)

? ? ?:
  Oh, I'm sorry. I forgot to,
  like, introduce myself.

Ini:
  My name is Ini Miney.

Ini:
  Um... At the college, I'm
  researching and studying
  "parapsychology".

Phoenix:
  "Parapsychology"?

Ini:
  That's right.

Ini:
  Um... I think people, like,
  usually call it, "occult
  studies" or something.

Ini:
  Like supernatural phenomenon,
  ESP and psychic powers.
  That sort of stuff.

Phoenix:
  (That's pretty out there...)
  I'm Phoenix Wright, attorney
  at law.

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Bed on right +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   You left the blanket a mess.
+   Are you going to fold it?
+
+ Ini:
+   Like I had a really good
+   nap, and, like...
+
+ Ini:
+   I was thinking of leaving it
+   like this, so, like, it's all
+   set for tonight.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO INI)
-------------

>>> Ini Miney >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So what brings you here today?
>
> Ini:
>   Um, like, so...
>   I was the one who told
>   Dr. Grey about this place.
>
> Ini:
>   He asked me, like, "Do you
>   know of a good spirit medium?"
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Hmm, Dr. Grey did say
>   something about being
>   introduced to this place.)
>
> Ini:
>   Cause, like, talking to dead
>   people and, like, multiple
>   personalities are my thing...
>
> Phoenix:
>   I see... Then why were you
>   taking a nap here?
>
> Ini:
>   Like... I wasn't feeling good.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Huh?
>
> Ini:
>   I'm, like, allergic to sesame
>   seeds.
>
> Ini:
>   They, like, must've put some
>   in the food they served for
>   lunch.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Oh, that doesn't sound fun.
>
> Ini:
>   So I, like, felt sick, and
>   came in here to, like, sleep.
>
> Ini:
>   I totally feel, like, I've
>   wasted my time 'cause
>   I, like, slept a long time.
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> What happened >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So you were sleeping here the
>   entire time?
>
> Ini:
>   Yeah. Ever since lunch...
>
> Phoenix:
>   So you don't know anything
>   about the murder that took
>   place?
>
> Ini:
>   Like, what?
>   Oh, that!
>   I, like, totally know nothing.
>
> Ini:
>   So who was, like, you know,
>   killed...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   The surgeon that requested
>   the channeling, Dr. Grey.
>
> Ini:
>   ...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> The victim >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   You and Dr. Grey knew each
>   other, right?
>
> Ini:
>   ...!
>   I don't know any Dr. Grey!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Oh really...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   That's not exactly what
>   Dr. Grey said...
>
> Ini:
>   Huh!?
>   ...Well, uh...
>
> Ini:
>   Like, a long, long time ago...
>   I was, like, a patient, yeah.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (She sounds like she's trying
>   to hide something...)
>
> Ini:
>   ...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO INI)
----------------

*** Maya Fey profile ***********************
*
* Ini:
*   Oh, hey!
*   That's, like, Maya Fey, right?
*
* Ini:
*   She's, like, totally waaaay
*   famous! Like, well, for people
*   like us, like, you know?
*
* Phoenix:
*   ("Waaaay famous"?
*   Maya?)
*
* Ini:
*   I mean, like, she's, like, the
*   daughter of the Master,
*   right?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Hmm... Well, at
*   least she remembers
*   some things.)
*
********************************************

*** Ini Miney profile **********************
*
* Ini:
*   Um... This face...
*   Like, I think I've seen it
*   somewhere before...
*
* Phoenix:
*   What!?
*   ...Y-You're joking, right?
*
* Ini:
*   Ha ha, like, of course I am,
*   silly!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Oh, thank goodness...)
*
********************************************

*** Any other evidence *********************
*
* Ini:
*   Like, I'm really sorry, but
*   I'm not all that smart...
*
* Ini:
*   so I don't, like, get it.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Hmm. Why does it feel like
*   she's just putting on an act?)
*
********************************************

*** Any other profile **********************
*
* Ini:
*   I'm, like, totally bad at
*   remembering people's names.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Oh?
*
* Ini:
*   But I, like, remember seeing
*   that face somewhere before,
*   like, I think...
*
* Phoenix:
*   Well, thanks for trying.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I didn't think it was
*   possible for someone to
*   be this much of an airhead...)
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Winding Way"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 19
Fey Manor
Winding Way

Phoenix:
  (There's no one here...
  as usual.)

Phoenix:
  Ack!
  ...H-Hey...
  How are you?

Pearl:
  ...

Phoenix:
  You're Pearl, right?

Pearl:
  ...

Phoenix:
  (Hmm. Silent as ever...)

Phoenix:
  (...? What's that she's got
  in her hand?)

Phoenix:
  (I've seen it somewhere
  before...)

--------------------------------------------

TALK (TO PEARL)
---------------

>>> Pearl >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um...
>
> Pearl:
>   ...!
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> The item in your hand >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um...
>
> Pearl:
>   ...!
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO PEARL)
------------------

*** Anything *******************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Um...
*
* Pearl:
*   ...!
*
********************************************

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (...What is it!?
  Is it my hair? Is it too
  spiky? Not spiky enough!?)

MOVE TO: "Meditation Room"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 19
Fey Manor
Meditation Room

Morgan:
  Oh, dear madam... You have
  such impeccable timing.

Ini:
  Like, what's all the buzz?

Gumshoe:
  Ahem. Alright everyone,
  listen up! You too, pal!

Gumshoe:
  I'm going to give you all a
  brief update!

Gumshoe:
  Right now, it looks like the
  investigation's not going to
  be done until real late...

Morgan:
  That is a terrible shame.

Morgan:
  I propose that everyone
  sleep here under the roof
  of the Fey Manor tonight.

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (What a mess. I can't believe
  how crazy this day turned
  out...)

Phoenix:
  (Maya was arrested and taken
  away by the police.)

Phoenix:
  (And I don't see myself
  getting any sleep tonight...)

--------------------------------------------

June 20, 8:02 AM
Fey Manor
Meditation Room

Phoenix:
  (*yawn* Uuugh... Morning...
  I guess I must have nodded
  off at some point...)

Phoenix:
  (I hope Maya's OK. I should
  hurry and get to the Detention
  Center, ASAP!)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 20, 10:34 AM
Detention Center
Visitor's Room

Maya:
  N...
  Nick!
  Nick!

Maya:
  I...!

Phoenix:
  Maya!

Maya:
  What am I going to do!?

Maya:
  I never imagined it would
  turn out like this!

Phoenix:
  Calm down, Maya!
  Take deep breaths.

Phoenix:
  (Come to think of it, the
  first time I met her...)

Phoenix:
  (It all started right here,
  in this detention center...)

Maya:
  I finally...

Maya:
  I finally get to see you
  again, and...

Phoenix:
  It's not your fault.
  You didn't do it.

Maya:
  No, I... I did it...
  I killed that person.

Phoenix:
  But that wasn't you.

Maya:
  It doesn't matter.
  It might as well have been me.

Maya:
  I was too weak... and I...
  I couldn't control the
  spirit's power, so...

Phoenix:
  (I don't want to bring up the
  case quite yet, but...)

Maya:
  ...You don't have to be nice
  to me. I understand.

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Surveillance camera ++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Smile, you're on
+   candid camera.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Guard ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   This guard monitors
+   the visitor's room.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I wonder if he's bored. Not
+   that I can tell since he never
+   looks over this way.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO MAYA)
--------------

>>> Channeling >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So you're the Master or
>   something of the Kurain
>   School of Channeling...?
>
> Maya:
>   Actually, my mother is for
>   now.
>
> Maya:
>   But since that title is passed
>   from mother to daughter, I
>   guess I will be someday...
>
> Phoenix:
>   But many people think that
>   channeling isn't real, that
>   it's all just an act.
>
> Maya:
>   You believe in us, don't you?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Yeah... because I've seen it
>   with my own eyes.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (When Maya's channeling a
>   spirit...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (not only her voice, but her
>   whole physical appearance
>   changes.)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (It's a supernatural
>   phenomenon that
>   occurs every time.)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (It happened this time,
>   too...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Dr. Grey said that he wanted
>   to call the nurse, so...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Maya's body must have taken
>   on that nurse's appearance...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> What happened >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   What exactly happened in the
>   Channeling Chamber?
>
> Maya:
>   ...
>
> Maya:
>   I went into that room with
>   Dr. Grey, locked the
>   door...
>
> Maya:
>   and sat down across from him.
>
> Phoenix:
>   OK...
>
> Maya:
>   We closed our eyes...
>   and I began the channeling.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (This is sounding kind of
>   creepy... like the beginning
>   of a scary story...)
>
> Maya:
>   And that's the last thing
>   I remember...
>
> Phoenix:
>   What?
>
> Maya:
>   After a spirit comes into my
>   body, I lose my self, my
>   consciousness.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Then, you don't remember a
>   single thing?
>
> Maya:
>   When I came to, I was being
>   held in my aunt's arms.
>
> Maya:
>   And there was blood...
>   all over my clothes.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Hmm...)
>
> Maya:
>   Oh! But... I do remember
>   having a dream.
>
> Phoenix:
>   A dream...?
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> "Dream" >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   What kind of dream did you
>   have while you were
>   channeling...?
>
> Maya:
>   Um... I can't remember it
>   all that well, but...
>
> Maya:
>   I was dead and buried
>   in the ground.
>
> Maya:
>   I couldn't move...
>   and it was unbearable...
>   Really suffocating...
>
> Maya:
>   ...It went something
>   like that.
>
> Phoenix:
>   I... I see...
>   (I have no idea
>   what to say to that...)
>
> Maya:
>   There was a really familiar
>   smell too...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Under the ground?
>
> Maya:
>   Yeah, I can't quite place it,
>   but I know I've smelled that
>   same scent before...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO MAYA)
-----------------

*** Maya Fey profile ***********************
*
* Maya:
*   I... I can't face myself...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I should've known better...)
*
********************************************

*** Dr. Turner Grey profile ****************
*
* Maya:
*   !!
*   T-The...
*   That's the guy I k-killed...
*
* Phoenix:
*   Ack! I'm sorry!
*   (Why did I pull this picture
*   out!?)
*
********************************************

*** Pearl Fey profile **********************
*
* Maya:
*   Pearly... She definitely has
*   more than me...
*
* Phoenix:
*   Huh? What are you talking
*   about?
*
* Maya:
*   Who I think the next Master
*   should be... I mean, she's got
*   more spiritual power than me,
*
* Maya:
*   and she really works hard
*   at her training...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Talk about bringing the mood
*   down even further... *sigh*)
*
********************************************

*** Morgan Fey profile *********************
*
* Maya:
*   I... I can't face my aunt
*   right now...
*
* Maya:
*   Not now... that this has
*   happened...
*
* Phoenix:
*   It's alright, Maya.
*   I'm sure she understands.
*   She's on our side, after all.
*
* Maya:
*   Yeah, I know... But still...
*
********************************************

*** Lotta Hart profile *********************
*
* Maya:
*   That's Lotta Hart... right?
*
* Phoenix:
*   That girl is still after the
*   next sensational photo.
*
* Maya:
*   Ha ha. I guess some things
*   never change.
*
********************************************

*** Dick Gumshoe profile *******************
*
* Maya:
*   I felt terrible during the
*   questioning session...
*
* Maya:
*   I mean, Gumshoe kept looking
*   at me...
*
* Maya:
*   with these really sad eyes...
*
* Maya:
*   ...
*
********************************************

*** Any other evidence *********************
*
* Maya:
*   Sorry, Nick, but there's
*   nothing really special
*   about it.
*
********************************************

*** Any other profile **********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   So... what do you think about
*   this person...?
*
* Maya:
*   ...?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I guess I can't expect her
*   to know anything about this
*   person.)
*
********************************************

--------------------------------------------

*AFTER TALKING TO MAYA*

Phoenix:
  ...

Phoenix:
  (...I guess this is about all
  the information I'm going to
  gather for today...)

Phoenix:
  I'll be back later, Maya.
  In the meantime, please make
  sure you prepare it, OK?

Maya:
  Huh? "It"?
  What is "it"?

Phoenix:
  The document requesting
  me to be your attorney,
  of course.

Maya:
  ...!

Maya:
  But...

Phoenix:
  What's wrong?

Maya:
  Are you sure?
  I mean, I'm guilty!
  I'm a murderer!

Phoenix:
  No one's decided that yet.

Maya:
  But I did! I killed that
  person... with these...
  two hands...!

Phoenix:
  That's enough, Maya.

Maya:
  It's hopeless! If you defend
  me, you'll lose, I'm sure...

Phoenix:
  Stop it!

Maya:
  ...

Maya:
  ...Help me...

Maya:
  Nick, help me...
  I'm scared...

Phoenix:
  Don't worry, I will.
  When is the trial?

Maya:
  It sounds like tomorrow.

Phoenix:
  (As usual, zero prep time...)

Phoenix:
  Alright. I'm going now.

Maya:
  Wait.

Phoenix:
  ...?

Maya:
  This jewel...

Maya:
  This is called a Magatama.
  It's a magical charm and it's
  always protected me.

Maya:
  Give this to Pearly... And I'm
  sure she'll lend you her
  spiritual powers.

*Magatama received from Maya.*

--------------------------------------------

PRESENT (TO MAYA)
-----------------

*** Maya's Magatama ************************
*
* Maya:
*   Make sure you show that
*   to Pearly, OK, Nick?
*
* Maya:
*   I'm sure she'll be a big help
*   to you.
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Wright & Co. Law Offices"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 20
Wright & Co. Law Offices

Phoenix:
  Phew. It feels like I've been
  gone forever.

Phoenix:
  But it's only been one day...

Phoenix:
  (Oh, that's right!)

Phoenix:
  Where's that newspaper
  Dr. Grey brought the
  other day...?

Phoenix:
  ...Ah, here it is. Right on
  top of my desk.

Phoenix:
  (This is the only thing he
  left behind that's going
  to be of any help...)

*Newspaper Clipping 1 added
to the Court Record.*

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Window +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There is a giant building
+   just outside the window.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's the Gatewater Hotel, a
+   high-class, luxury hotel.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Until recently, it had been
+   a normal, business-class
+   hotel.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Plant ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Charley.
+   A quite decorative plant.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's a memento of my boss,
+   Mia... who passed away.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   The rest of the room may be in
+   shambles, but I always manage
+   to care for this little fella.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Poster +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   A poster of the TV action
+   hero, the Steel Samurai.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Maya stuck it up here right
+   before she left.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I wouldn't say that the Steel
+   Samurai and an attorney's
+   office are a good match, but
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Maya threatened to curse me
+   with some magic spell... so I
+   guess it can stay.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Bookshelf ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Difficult-looking legal books
+   stand in a formidable row.
+   They mock me.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   ...Actually, I've neglected
+   them for so long, a layer
+   of dust has started to form.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   One of these days, I should
+   try to build up the courage to
+   read one... Maybe.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Desk +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's my desk.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I keep it neat for those rare
+   occasions when I actually
+   have a client in the office.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

MOVE TO: "Detention Center"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 20
Detention Center
Visitor's Room

Phoenix:
  (Maya must still be in
  questioning...)

Phoenix:
  (I hope the detectives are
  taking it easy on her, but...)

Phoenix:
  (these kinds of cases
  aren't taken lightly.
  I guess I'll come back later.)

MOVE TO: "Kurain Village"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 20
Kurain Village

Phoenix:
  (I have to save Maya, no
  matter what!)

Phoenix:
  (It's her life on the line!)

Phoenix:
  (What in the world happened
  in that room yesterday?)

MOVE TO: "Meditation Room"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 20
Fey Manor
Meditation Room

Phoenix:
  (The Meditation Room nurtures
  all mediums young and old.)

Phoenix:
  (Even mediums in training,
  I'd wager. But it's pretty
  deserted today...)

Phoenix:
  (...probably because of the
  murder yesterday...)

MOVE TO: "Channeling Chamber"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 20
Fey Manor
Channeling Chamber

Phoenix:
  It looks like Detective
  Gumshoe isn't here today...

Phoenix:
  I should take this chance and
  thoroughly check this room.

Phoenix:
  If I'm lucky, I might uncover
  a clue or two...

Morgan:
  Oh, Mr. Wright.

Phoenix:
  Good morning.

Morgan:
  I am on my way to go meet
  Mystic Maya,

Morgan:
  and I thought to bring her
  some items to make her
  feel more at home.

Morgan:
  Namely, tea so bitter you lose
  your tongue and jaw-droppingly
  large strawberry desserts.

Phoenix:
  I'm sure Maya will be very
  grateful...

Morgan:
  That's "Mystic Maya", good
  sir!

Phoenix:
  (Urk. She is one scary lady.)

Morgan:
  Oh, dear, sweet Mystic Maya...

Morgan:
  Pearl wept constantly for
  you last night, as did I.

Phoenix:
  (I know it's important for me
  to search the site,)

Phoenix:
  (but I should ask her some
  questions too, while I have
  the chance...)

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Door +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   The Meditation Room is on
+   the other side of this very
+   heavy-looking door.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   The lock on it is broken,
+   because, well... I broke it.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It doesn't seem possible, but
+   I managed to break it pretty
+   badly.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   When we want to do something
+   bad enough, people can do the
+   most amazing things.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Floor panels on left +++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   This is where the medium
+   sits, I assume. There are
+   4 panels of this flooring.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   The straw in the flooring
+   feels a little damp, probably
+   from the humidity in the air.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   No matter what I do, my eyes
+   keep getting drawn to the pool
+   of blood in the center here.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Alter ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I guess this is an alter.
+   Whatever it is, it feels
+   very important.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   A mirror-like object with
+   a cloudy reflective surface,
+
+ Phoenix:
+   and some branches of a
+   sacred tree have been set in
+   a pre-determined arrangement.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I'd guess they're used during
+   the channeling...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Folding screen +++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's a beautiful and expensive
+   folding screen. It also looks
+   quite old.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There seems to be some sort
+   of sacred text written on
+   it, but I can't read it.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   ...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   !
+   Th-This is...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's a hole! Could this have
+   been made by a bullet?
+
+ *Folding Screen added to the
+ Court Record.*
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Behind the folding screen ++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There is some empty space
+   behind the folding screen.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   The light of the candles can't
+   reach back there, so it's
+   completely dark.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I hope no one is hiding
+   back there.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO MORGAN)
----------------

>>> What happened >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   I would like to ask you a few
>   questions about what happened
>   yesterday.
>
> Morgan:
>   Do you mean that awful
>   tragedy?
>
> ------------------------------------------
>
> ? ? ?:
>   That man...
>   ...murdered me...
>
> ? ? ?:
>   ...so I killed... him...
>
> Phoenix:
>   M-Maya?
>
>   Step away from there!
>
> Morgan:
>   Please leave this area to me.
>
> Morgan:
>   Go quickly and inform the
>   police!
>
> ------------------------------------------
>
> Phoenix:
>   What happened here in this
>   room after I left?
>
> Morgan:
>   Well...
>
> Morgan:
>   First, I struck Mystic Maya
>   on the head.
>
> Phoenix:
>   To make her go unconscious,
>   correct?
>
> Morgan:
>   That is correct.
>
> Morgan:
>   Next, I performed the Spirit
>   Severing Technique.
>
> Phoenix:
>   "Spirit Severing Technique"?
>
> Morgan:
>   The spirit of that nurse was
>   inside of Mystic Maya's body.
>
> Morgan:
>   I used the technique to send
>   the nurse's spirit back to the
>   other world.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (I wonder if this kind of
>   testimony is even admissible
>   in a court of law...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Channeling Chamber >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   By the way, what is this
>   room exactly...?
>
> Morgan:
>   The Channeling Chamber?
>
> Morgan:
>   This room was created for
>   the sole purpose of preventing
>   such a tragedy as yesterday.
>
> Phoenix:
>   What do you mean?
>
> Morgan:
>   Sometimes, when an
>   inexperienced medium calls
>   an especially strong spirit,
>
> Morgan:
>   that spirit may become violent
>   and revolt, as you witnessed
>   yesterday.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Revolt? But how?
>
> Morgan:
>   When a spirit enters a
>   medium's body, she loses her
>   will and her self steps aside.
>
> Morgan:
>   To put it another way, the
>   spirit is borrowing the
>   medium's body, good sir.
>
> Phoenix:
>   But isn't that extremely
>   dangerous?
>
> Morgan:
>   An experienced medium
>   has little problem controlling
>   a spirit.
>
> Phoenix:
>   But Maya... I mean, Mystic
>   Maya... That was her first
>   channeling...
>
> Morgan:
>   And that was why I insisted
>   on locking the door.
>
> Morgan:
>   However, I never thought that
>   would be calling danger upon
>   the client himself...
>
> Morgan:
>   I am grateful that one of our
>   heirlooms was not damaged
>   in this horrible incident.
>
> Phoenix:
>   And that is...?
>
> Morgan:
>   It is that folding screen
>   there. It is the Kurain
>   Sacred Writings.
>
> Morgan:
>   Along with the Kurain Sacred
>   Urn, they are this village's
>   most treasured possessions.
>
> Morgan:
>   If I ever found out that
>   something had happened
>   to either one...
>
> Morgan:
>   Oh, the inhumanity...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Odd for her to be worrying
>   about the folding screen at
>   a time like this...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (I guess this isn't just some
>   dilapidated old screen after
>   all...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Pearl >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So... How is Pearl today...?
>
> Morgan:
>   Mr. Wright.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Y-Yes?
>
> Morgan:
>   In this world, Pearl is my
>   most treasured possession.
>
> Morgan:
>   When compared to even Mystic
>   Maya, Pearl has the spiritual
>   power to become a Master.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Th-That's very impressive.
>
> Morgan:
>   Until now, the women of the
>   branch family have thought
>   themselves to be inferior.
>
> Morgan:
>   ...
>   But.
>   Pearl is different!
>
> Morgan:
>   Her spiritual strength is so
>   great; even greater than
>   some of the main family!
>
> Morgan:
>   Yes, Pearl is a channeling
>   prodigy and is the pride of
>   the branch family!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Wow... She's really fired
>   up now...)
>
> Morgan:
>   In any case...
>
> Morgan:
>   Our world is so different from
>   yours, perhaps it is best for
>   you to quit, good sir.
>
> Phoenix:
>   "Quit"?
>   Quit what?
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO MORGAN)
-------------------

*** Maya's Magatama ************************
*
* Morgan:
*   ...Oh my!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Wh-What is it?
*
* Morgan:
*   That... That is Mystic Maya's
*   Magatama.
*
* Morgan:
*   Why would you have this in
*   your possession!?
*
* Phoenix:
*   I-I'm sorry!
*
* Morgan:
*   Return it to Mystic Maya at
*   once!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Y-Yes, madam!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Why did I feel like I was
*   being scolded by my own
*   mother just now...?)
*
********************************************

*** Folding Screen *************************
*
* Morgan:
*   Ah, so even someone such as
*   yourself can take interest in
*   something like this.
*
* Morgan:
*   This is the Kurain Channeling
*   Technique Sacred Writings.
*   There are 6 panels in all.
*
* Phoenix:
*   I see...
*
* Phoenix:
*   But that's not what
*   caught my eye. You see
*   this hole here...?
*
* Morgan:
*   It is an old screen, you see.
*
* Morgan:
*   It is only logical that
*   perhaps a bug or worm of
*   some sort is the culprit.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Even though this looks
*   nothing like the eating
*   patterns of any bug I know...)
*
********************************************

*** Maya Fey profile ***********************
*
* Morgan:
*   I can hardly believe Mystic
*   Maya has become like this.
*
* Morgan:
*   Directly influenced
*   by the likes of you,
*
* Morgan:
*   and becoming caught up in
*   a situation such as this...
*
* Phoenix:
*   I'm sorry...
*   (...Hey, hold on! How
*   is all this MY fault!?)
*
* Morgan:
*   I told her so many times, as I
*   have also told Pearl,
*
* Morgan:
*   "Do not associate with strange
*   old men you don't know".
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Well, that shouldn't apply to
*   me then, especially since I'm
*   hardly an "old man" yet!!)
*
********************************************

*** Dr. Turner Grey ************************
*
* Morgan:
*   That doctor was one of those
*   people.
*
* Morgan:
*   Those who intend harm upon
*   the spirits receive harm
*   in return; it's karma at work.
*
* Morgan:
*   It seems that he was the one
*   to take the nurse's life,
*   wouldn't you agree?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I guess that's possible...)
*
********************************************

*** Pearl Fey profile **********************
*
* Morgan:
*   Good sir!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Y...Yes?
*
* Morgan:
*   When did you take this
*   picture!?
*
* Morgan:
*   This is one of those... what
*   are they called...? Those...
*   "hidden camera" pictures!
*
* Phoenix:
*   N-No!!
*   It's not one of those at all!!
*
* Morgan:
*   Such an unforgivable offense!
*   You will hand it over to me!
*
* Phoenix:
*   N-No! I won't!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (If I ever want to talk about
*   Pearl again, I should be much
*   more careful...)
*
********************************************

*** Morgan Fey profile *********************
*
* Morgan:
*   It shows the same face as the
*   one I see in the mirror every
*   day.
*
* Phoenix:
*   And? Anything else?
*
* Morgan:
*   No. That is all.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Why in the world did I
*   bother to show this to
*   her!?)
*
********************************************

*** Any other evidence *********************
*
* Morgan:
*   I will be leaving shortly to
*   meet with Mystic Maya.
*
* Morgan:
*   I simply do not have the
*   time to look at such
*   trivial matters.
*
********************************************

*** Any other profile **********************
*
* Morgan:
*   We usually do not welcome
*   strangers into our village as
*   they disturb the aura here.
*
* Morgan:
*   Especially people like you,
*   good sir.
*
* Phoenix:
*   H-Hey, what do you mean,
*   "especially people like me?"
*
* Morgan:
*   You selfishly make Mystic
*   Maya help you with your
*   work...
*
* Morgan:
*   You should be thankful I have
*   not taken your life for such a
*   disrespectful act.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Y-Yes, madam...
*
* Morgan:
*   And even more importantly,
*   remember that if anything
*   were to happen to Pearl...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (What is that supposed to
*   mean!?)
*
********************************************

--------------------------------------------

*AFTER TALKING TO MORGAN AND RETRIEVE FOLDING SCREEN*

Morgan:
  Well, then, I do believe it is
  time for me to take my leave.

Phoenix:
  Alright. Please tell Maya
  I said hi.

Morgan:
  What was that!?

Phoenix:
  Uh, I mean, Mystic Maya.

Morgan:
  I will tell her.

Phoenix:
  (...*sigh*)

MOVE TO: "Winding Way"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 20
Fey Manor
Winding Way

Phoenix:
  (Little Pearl isn't
  here today...)

Phoenix:
  (Maybe she's at school?)

MOVE TO: "Side Room"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 20
Fey Manor
Side Room

Ini:
  Oh, hey! Like, you're that
  guy from yesterday... The,
  uh, dentist guy...

Phoenix:
  No, no, I'm a lawyer.

Ini:
  That's right!
  Um... Mr. Smith, Esquire.

Phoenix:
  ...That's "Wright".
  Wait, I mean, you're wrong.
  My name is "Wright".

Ini:
  "Smith", "Wright"... Well, I
  got, like, three letters,
  at least.

Phoenix:
  (I don't think she gets the
  point...)

Phoenix:
  Anyway, why are you here?

Ini:
  So, like, I study this thing
  called "parapsychology" at
  this college and...

Phoenix:
  Um, you told me about that
  yesterday. The sesame
  allergy, too.

Phoenix:
  What I'd really like to know
  is why you're still here
  today?

Ini:
  Oh! So, like, that's what you
  meant! Like, you shoulda been
  more, like, clear about it!

Phoenix:
  S-Sorry. My bad.

Ini:
  No, it's OK.
  Like, it's really...

Phoenix:
  ...

Ini:
  ...?

Phoenix:
  ...That's it?
  Why'd you stop mid-sentence!?

Ini:
  Did I?
  ...So, like... what was
  I talking about again...?

Phoenix:
  ...

Phoenix:
  (If Lotta ever wanted another
  "genuine mysterious
  phenomenon", it's right here.)

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Wooden bear sculpture ++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's a decorative wooden bear
+   sculpture. There's a plate
+   attached to the base.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   "Kurain Village - The Heart
+   of Channeling"
+   What the!? It's a souvenir.
+
+ Ini:
+   Isn't it cuuuuute?
+   I, like, totally bought that!
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Ah... so it's yours, huh?
+
+ Ini:
+   Yeah. So, like, this village
+   is really famous for, like,
+   channeling and bears.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Heh.
+   (...Wait. Famous for bears!?)
+
+ Ini:
+   But it's, like, OK.
+
+ Ini:
+   If you ever, like, see a bear,
+   you just play dead, and they,
+   like, leave you alone.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I-Is that right?
+
+ Ini:
+   Yeah.
+   Cause, like, fighting back
+   is totally of no use.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (Has she actually tried
+   to fight one!?)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Yellow box +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Hmm, now where did
+   this box come from?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I'm sure this wasn't here last
+   night.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It looks like a box for
+   storing clothes... But it's
+   pretty big for just clothes...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's mostly empty, but a few
+   folded pieces of channeling
+   costumes sit at the bottom.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO INI)
-------------

>>> Ini Miney >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So?
>   Why are you still here today?
>
> Ini:
>   Like, there's so much for
>   me to, like, study here!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Like what?
>
> Ini:
>   Like, the medium's training,
>   or like, how they inherit
>   their spiritual power.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (I suppose... This village is
>   the real thing, after all.)
>
> Ini:
>   So, like, I asked if I could
>   stay here for, like, a little
>   longer.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (She sure seems like the
>   care-free type, at least, on
>   the surface...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> What happened >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Have you heard about the
>   murder?
>
> Ini:
>   It's, like, totally scary.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (...she says, with a silly
>   smile plastered on her
>   face...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...So do you know anything
>   about it that might help?
>
> Ini:
>   ...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Somehow, I don't think she
>   has a grip on reality, let
>   alone what's going on here.)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> The victim >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   About the victim, Dr. Grey...
>
> Ini:
>   I don't know who you're
>   talking about.
>
> Ini:
>   ...Like... Wait, I think you
>   asked about him, like,
>   yesterday, too...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (That's right... Her reaction
>   yesterday when I asked was...)
>
> ------------------------------------------
>
> Phoenix:
>   You and Dr. Grey knew each
>   other, right?
>
> Ini:
>   ...!
>   I don't know any Dr. Grey!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Oh really...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   That's not exactly what
>   Dr. Grey said...
>
> Ini:
>   Huh!?
>   ...Well, uh...
>
> Ini:
>   Like, a long, long time ago...
>   I was, like, a patient, yeah.
>
> ------------------------------------------
>
> Phoenix:
>   (OK, she is definitely hiding
>   something from me...)
>
> Ini:
>   ...Like, is something wrong?
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO INI)
----------------

*** Attorney's Badge ***********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Would you take a look at this?
*
* Ini:
*   Hey! It's, like, one of those
*   little badges people in
*   Congress all wear...
*
* Phoenix:
*   No, no, no.
*   I'm a lawyer. L-A-W-Y-E-R!!
*
* Ini:
*   ...?
*   Like, so is that what you are?
*
********************************************

*** Maya's Magatama ************************
*
* Ini:
*   Wow! It's a Magatama!
*
* Ini:
*   Aww, you shouldn't have!
*
* Phoenix:
*   It's so totally not for you!
*
* Ini:
*   Hey! Like, it's not nice
*   to freak me out like that!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (That should be my line...)
*
********************************************

*** Maya Fey profile ***********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   I wanted to ask you about
*   this girl...
*
* Ini:
*   Oh, that's, like, Maya Fey.
*   She's, like, the Master's
*   daughter.
*
* Phoenix:
*   You surprise me. You knew
*   that?
*
* Ini:
*   Well, like, I totally know
*   everyone related to the
*   occult.
*
* Ini:
*   Maya is, like, an idol among
*   spirit mediums.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Maya an idol?
*   I guess stranger things
*   have happened.)
*
********************************************

*** Morgan Fey profile *********************
*
* Ini:
*   That's Morgan Fey. Like,
*   she's been totally helpful.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Did she just bow to the
*   picture...?)
*
* Ini:
*   So what about her?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Oh, nothing in particular.
*   I just wanted to know what
*   you knew about her.
*
* Ini:
*   Um... Well, she's, like, a
*   really good person.
*
* Phoenix:
*   I see.
*
* Ini:
*   Like totally.
*
* Phoenix:
*   OK.
*   (This is going nowhere...)
*
********************************************

*** Ini Miney profile **********************
*
* Ini:
*   Um... This face...
*   Like, I think I've seen it
*   somewhere before...
*
* Phoenix:
*   What!?
*   ...Y-You're joking, right?
*
* Ini:
*   Ha ha, like, of course I am,
*   silly!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Oh, thank goodness...)
*
********************************************

*** Any other evidence *********************
*
* Ini:
*   Like, I'm really sorry, but...
*
* Ini:
*   And I know, like, you totally
*   had your heart set on it, but
*   I can't, like, take it.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Who said anything about
*   giving this to you!?)
*
********************************************

*** Any other profile **********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   What do you know about this
*   person...?
*
* Ini:
*   I'm, like, sorry, but it's
*   totally, like, time for my
*   nap...
*
* Phoenix:
*   *yawn*
*   (Ack! She's even got ME
*   yawning!)
*
* Ini:
*   And I, like, totally don't
*   care about that person
*   anyway...
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Winding Way"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 20
Fey Manor
Winding Way

Pearl:
  ...

Phoenix:
  Ack!
  Y-You surprised me!

Pearl:
  ...

Phoenix:
  And how are you today?

Pearl:
  ...

Phoenix:
  (Hmm... I guess she isn't
  open to friendly chatting...)

Phoenix:
  (Huh? She's still holding
  something in her hand...)

Phoenix:
  (...It looks like the same
  thing she had yesterday...)

--------------------------------------------

TALK (TO PEARL)
---------------

>>> Pearl >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um...
>
> Pearl:
>   Aaaah!
>
> Phoenix:
>   H-Huh??
>
> Phoenix:
>   (If only I had something that
>   would catch her interest.
>   Maybe then she'd talk to me.)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> The item in your hand >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um...
>
> Pearl:
>   Aaaah!
>
> Phoenix:
>   H-Huh??
>
> Phoenix:
>   (If only I had something that
>   would catch her interest.
>   Maybe then she'd talk to me.)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO PEARL)
------------------

*** Anything but Maya's Magatama ***********
*
* Phoenix:
*   Can you take a look at
*   this? Please?
*
* Pearl:
*   ...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Urk... She's really
*   scrutinizing my face...)
*
* Pearl:
*   ...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Th-That's enough already!
*   I'm not that shifty-looking,
*   am I!?)
*
********************************************

--------------------------------------------

*PRESENT MAYA'S MAGATAMA*

Phoenix:
  Oh yeah. Maya said to
  give this to you...

Pearl:
  ...

Phoenix:
  (Ack! I'm in trouble now!!)

Phoenix:
  (If Morgan sees us like this,
  I'll be the next one they're
  channeling...)

Pearl:
  Th-That's...
  That's Mystic Maya's...

Phoenix:
  ...Huh!?
  (Sh-She actually spoke!)

Pearl:
  Who are you...?

Phoenix:
  I-I'm Phoenix Wright.
  I, uh, worked with Maya...

Pearl:
  ...Y-You worked with
  Mystic Maya...?

Pearl:
  You...
  You're Mr. Nick, right?

Phoenix:
  ...Uh, excuse me?
  (I bet I know who she
  picked "Nick" up from...)

Pearl:
  I know who you are.

Pearl:
  You're...
  You're Mystic Maya's...
  "special someone"...

Phoenix:
  WH-WH-WH-WHAT!?

Pearl:
  So then...
  Of course!

Pearl:
  You're going to help Mystic
  Maya, aren't you?

Pearl:
  That's what you're going
  to do, right?

Phoenix:
  W-Well, yeah... I will...

Pearl:
  Oh wow... It's like a
  beautiful fairy tale!

Pearl:
  That earnest look shining
  brightly in your eyes... It
  must be true love...

Phoenix:
  ...Wh-What!?

Phoenix:
  (Why am I being boiled into a
  bright red lobster by this
  little kid!?)

Pearl:
  I'm so jealous of Mystic Maya!

Pearl:
  Ah, what a wonderful
  relationship...

Phoenix:
  W-Wait... I... uhh...
  I mean... We aren't...
  Things aren't like...

Pearl:
  Hee hee, I can tell you're
  a good person.

Pearl:
  Alright, Mr. Nick!

Pearl:
  I may be small, but I'm going
  to help you in any way I can!

--------------------------------------------

TALK (TO PEARL)
---------------

>>> Pearl >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Pearl, are you friends with
>   Maya?
>
> Pearl:
>   I feel very grateful to be
>   friends with her...
>   She's so great.
>
> Pearl:
>   I want to be like Mystic Maya
>   when I grow up. I really look
>   up to her.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Wow, I had no idea Maya
>   was so... revered.
>
> Pearl:
>   Usually when people don't
>   use Mystic Maya's title,
>
> Pearl:
>   I get mad.
>
> Phoenix:
>   O-Oh, sorry.
>
> Pearl:
>   But if it's you, Mr. Nick,
>   then it's OK.
>
> Pearl:
>   Because... Because...
>   you're "special" to her.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Where in the world did
>   she get an idea like that??)
>
> Pearl:
>   By the way...
>
> Pearl:
>   this may be rude, but which
>   channeling school are you
>   from?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Which channeling school?
>
> Pearl:
>   Yes. For example, I study
>   the Kurain technique.
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Ah, I get it!
>   No, no, no. I'm a lawyer.
>   A lawyer.
>
> Pearl:
>   ...Law...yer?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Yup.
>
> Pearl:
>   ...Is that related to spirit
>   mediums in any way...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Um... None that I know of...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   Wait, are you telling me
>   you don't know what a
>   lawyer is?
>
> Pearl:
>   I'm sorry, but I have no idea.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Maya did say Pearl doesn't
>   know much about the outside
>   world...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> The item in your hand >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So what's that you've got
>   there, Pearl?
>
> Pearl:
>   Oh, this?
>   I found it yesterday.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Hmm...
>
> Pearl:
>   If you want it, I can give it
>   to you.
>
> *** Accept it ******************************
> *
> * CONTINUE
> *
> ********************************************
>
> *** Don't accept it ************************
> *
> * Phoenix:
> *   I can't take something
> *   this important from you,
> *   Pearl.
> *
> * Pearl:
> *   Oh...
> *
> * Phoenix:
> *   (But I'm sure I've seen that
> *   key somewhere before...)
> *
> * Phoenix:
> *   (...and it might be an
> *   important clue later on...)
> *
> * CONTINUE
> *
> ********************************************
>
> Phoenix:
>   Alright, well, if you really
>   want to give it to me...
>
> Pearl:
>   Hee hee. You look like a
>   child at a toy store,
>   Mr. Nick!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (...She not only speaks in a
>   refined manner, but laughs
>   in one, too!)
>
> *Black Key added to the
> Court Record.*
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO PEARL)
------------------

*** Maya's Magatama ************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   So this is...
*
* Pearl:
*   That is Mystic Maya's
*   Magatama.
*
* Pearl:
*   It's one of the most important
*   heirlooms of Kurain Village.
*
* Pearl:
*   Please make sure to take
*   good care of it.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Y-Yeah, I will.
*   (Is it really OK for me to
*   have such a priceless object?)
*
********************************************

*** Folding Screen ************************
*
* Pearl:
*   Are you interested in
*   Kurain's traditional things
*   too, Mr. Nick?
*
* Pearl:
*   The Kurain Sacred Writings
*   are on this folding screen.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Oh? Is that what's written
*   on it?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Actually, what caught my eye
*   was this "hole" in it...
*
* Pearl:
*   It's a very old screen,
*
* Pearl:
*   so I think that maybe bugs
*   made it by eating through it.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (...It sure doesn't look like
*   something bugs can make...)
*
********************************************

*** Black Key ******************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   About this key...
*
* Pearl:
*   I found it while I was playing
*   in the garden yesterday.
*
* Phoenix:
*   I've seen it before too, you
*   know?
*
* Pearl:
*   ...?
*   Really?
*
********************************************

*** Maya Fey profile ***********************
*
* Pearl:
*   I look up to Mystic Maya
*   a lot. She's my role model.
*
* Pearl:
*   She's so smart, and pretty,
*   and kind, and loving.
*
* Pearl:
*   She's always cheerful, never
*   gets sick, isn't picky, and
*   has good sleeping habits.
*
* Pearl:
*   She always wakes up before
*   me, and always eats breakfast
*   before me too.
*
* Pearl:
*   And she has you; such a
*   wonderful person with whom
*   she can share a lo-
*
* Phoenix:
*   Ack! OK, OK! I get the idea!
*   (She really thinks the world
*   of Maya, doesn't she?)
*
********************************************

*** Pearl Fey profile **********************
*
* Pearl:
*   To tell you the truth, I
*   really want to grow my hair
*   out, just like Mystic Maya.
*
* Pearl:
*   But my mother won't let me.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Your hair now suits you
*   quite well, though, I think.
*
* Pearl:
*   R-Really?
*   Th-Thank you!
*
* Pearl:
*   *fidget, fidget*
*
* Phoenix:
*   *fidget, fidget*
*
********************************************

*** Morgan Fey profile *********************
*
* Pearl:
*   Oh, it's my mother!
*
* Pearl:
*   She takes really good care of
*   me and loves me very much.
*
* Pearl:
*   She says I'm the "pride of the
*   branch family"... But I don't
*   know what that means.
*
* Phoenix:
*   ("Branch family"... That
*   concept is probably still
*   too hard for little Pearl...)
*
********************************************

*** Any other evidence *********************
*
* Pearl:
*   I'm sure it is helpful to you
*   in some way,
*
* Pearl:
*   but I'm still in training, so
*   I don't know anything about
*   it.
*
* Pearl:
*   I'm really, deeply sorry.
*
* Phoenix:
*   No, no, no, it's OK.
*
* Phoenix:
*   I shouldn't have shown you
*   something so trivial anyway.
*
* Phoenix:
*   I'm very sorry.
*   (This feels so weird, talking
*   to a kid like this...)
*
********************************************

*** Any other profile **********************
*
* Pearl:
*   Hmm, I'm sorry
*   I don't know who
*   this person is.
*
* Phoenix:
*   I guess that makes sense...
*   You've never left Kurain
*   village, after all.
*
* Pearl:
*   I'm really sorry, Mr. Nick.
*   I just don't really know
*   anyone outside the village.
*
********************************************

--------------------------------------------

*AFTER TALKING TO PEARL*

Pearl:
  Um, Mr. Nick...?

Phoenix:
  Yes, Pearls? I can call you
  that, right? You're too cute to
  just call you Pearl.

Pearl:
  Sure, Mr. Nick... Umm...
  Are you sure it's OK for me
  to have this Magatama?

Phoenix:
  Yeah, it's OK. I was
  told to give it to you.

Pearl:
  But, I can't accept something
  like this!

Pearl:
  ...All I really should do is
  charge this Magatama with
  spiritual energy...

Phoenix:
  Spiritual energy?

Pearl:
  Please take this.
  I'm sure it will be helpful.

Phoenix:
  ...What do you mean?

Pearl:
  It will let you see people's
  secrets.

Phoenix:
  See people's... secrets...?

Pearl:
  Yes.

Pearl:
  ...If it's alright with you,
  I would like to accompany
  you for a little while.

Pearl:
  I can explain the Magatama's
  power to you when we meet
  someone hiding a secret.

MOVE TO: "Meditation Room"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 20
Fey Manor
Meditation Room

Gumshoe:
  Hey, it's you, pal!
  So you're going to be her
  lawyer, I bet.

Phoenix:
  Yes.

Gumshoe:
  Oh...

Gumshoe:
  I really feel bad for you,
  pal. Just this once, I wish
  I could be on your side.

Phoenix:
  Detective Gumshoe...

Gumshoe:
  Yeah, but I shouldn't be
  saying that kind of stuff
  to you.

Gumshoe:
  Hey!
  You're a cute kid.

Pearl:
  ...

Gumshoe:
  Ha ha ha.
  I'm not scary. Honest!

Phoenix:
  (Wow, I never knew Gumshoe
  liked kids...)

Gumshoe:
  H-Hey! I know! I'll show you
  something cool! How's this?
  It's a real, genuine pistol...

Phoenix:
  D-Detective Gumshoe!!
  What are you doing showing
  her something that dangerous!

Gumshoe:
  Oh, sorry...

--------------------------------------------

TALK (TO GUMSHOE)
-----------------

>>> Maya's guilt >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   What about Maya and the
>   charges against her?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   I don't think you can win,
>   pal. If you're talking about
>   proof, we've got a few pieces.
>
> Phoenix:
>   You've got proof...?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Yeah, pal. That puffy-haired
>   photographer's going to
>   testify tomorrow.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (He must be talking about
>   Lotta. Actually... speaking
>   of Lotta...)
>
> ------------------------------------------
>
> Lotta:
>   I took some hot pictures
>   earlier!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Huh?
>
> Lotta:
>   Remember!?
>   I took some pictures at the
>   murder scene inside!
>
> ------------------------------------------
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Lotta's "hot pictures"...
>   I wonder what her
>   camera captured...?)
>
> Gumshoe:
>   ...Besides, you must've
>   realized by now, pal.
>
> Gumshoe:
>   There's no way anyone other
>   than Maya Fey could've
>   done it.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (...!)
>
> Pearl:
>   ...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (What am I supposed to say
>   to Pearls now...?)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> The victim >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   About Dr. Grey...
>
> Gumshoe:
>   The victim wasn't super
>   famous, but people still
>   knew who he was.
>
> Gumshoe:
>   His face was all over those
>   tabloid shows last year.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Yeah, I know.
>
> Gumshoe:
>   I was looking through some
>   newspapers from last year,
>   and...
>
> Gumshoe:
>   ...
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Huh?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   I could've sworn I had...
>   I cut an article out, but I
>   guess I must've lost it...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (He's searching through his
>   pockets... And boy, are those
>   big...)
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Hmm... It looked really
>   interesting, too.
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Hey, do you have a copy, pal?
>
> Phoenix:
>   (A copy of that article...?)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (I think Dr. Grey might have
>   brought a copy to the office
>   when he came by...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Tomorrow's trial >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   About Maya's trial tomorrow...
>
> Gumshoe:
>   I've got two pieces of news
>   for you, pal.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Two?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Yeah.
>   "Bad news" and "even worse
>   news."
>
> Gumshoe:
>   So which do you want to hear
>   first?
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...I don't really care...
>   It doesn't change the fact
>   that I'm not going to like it.
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Alright, pal. Well, the
>   prosecutor for the trial
>   is Prosecutor von Karma.
>
> Phoenix:
>   WHAT!?
>   Von Karma!?
>
> ------------------------------------------
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Manfred von Karma... He was
>   an awe-inspiring veteran
>   prosecutor.)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (He never lost a case in the
>   40 years of his career, and he
>   raised a fearsome disciple.)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (The horrible aftertaste of
>   the evil he force-fed me is
>   something I'll never forget.)
>
> ------------------------------------------
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...
>   Wait a sec.
>
> Phoenix:
>   But didn't Von Karma stand
>   trial and...
>
> Gumshoe:
>   That's where the other piece
>   of bad news comes in...
>
> Gumshoe:
>   The Von Karma you're facing
>   tomorrow is actually his
>   successor...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Successor...?
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Successor >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So, um...
>   Who is this "successor"
>   to Von Karma?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Literally, pal, it's
>   Prosecutor von Karma's kid.
>
> Gumshoe:
>   His kid became a prosecutor
>   real young... like 13, and
>   hasn't lost a trial since.
>
> Gumshoe:
>   That's what they call a
>   "prodigy," pal.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Hmm... Kid, huh...
>   ...
>   W-W-Wait a sec!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Th-Th-Thirteen!?
>   The kid became a prosecutor
>   at the age of THIRTEEN!?
>
> Phoenix:
>   I mean, a prodigy like that...
>   I would have heard something
>   about...
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Oh, no, no. The kid was born
>   and raised in Germany, pal.
>
> Gumshoe:
>   That country's got a lot of
>   stuff and is a great place to
>   develop a person's talents.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Germany, huh? That's
>   probably why I've never
>   heard of this person.)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Ugh... Still, all it takes
>   is someone mentioning
>   the name "Von Karma",)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (and I get terrible flashbacks
>   to that case.)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Stop it! Get over it,
>   Phoenix!)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (That person is already
>   gone...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO GUMSHOE)
--------------------

*** Attorney's Badge ***********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Hey, look. It's my attorney's
*   badge.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Ha ha. Good one, pal.
*   You're always good for a
*   laugh with your little badge.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   But a real man...
*   A real man has a police badge.
*
* Pearl:
*   Uh, um... Mr. Nick?
*
* Phoenix:
*   What is it, Pearls?
*
* Pearl:
*   I was wondering if I could
*   see it, too?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Ah, no, it's OK. It's not
*   that important anyway.
*
********************************************

*** Maya's Magatama ************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   What do you think about
*   this...?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Hey, that's a pretty nice-
*   looking brooch!
*
* Gumshoe:
*   You should stop wearing that
*   ugly old attorney's badge,
*
* Gumshoe:
*   and start wearing that, pal.
*
* Pearl:
*   Hee, hee. That detective
*   is so nice! Aren't you
*   happy, Mr. Nick?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Happy?... About what?)
*
********************************************

*** Newspaper Clipping 1 *******************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Um, Dr. Grey brought this over
*   to my office the other day,
*   and...
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Hey! It's that news story!
*   The one about the
*   malpractice suit!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Fourteen patients died and
*   it caused a huge stink.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Yeah, but that's not all, pal.
*   Things only got worse after
*   that.
*
* Phoenix:
*   You mean the car accident
*   the nurse died in?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   ...Hmm... Oh, here we go.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I brought my own clipping
*   with me today.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Here, pal, this is for you.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Alright. Thanks.
*
* *Newspaper Clipping 2 added
* to the Court Record.*
*
********************************************

*** Newspaper Clipping 1 *******************
*
* (After receiving Newspaper Clipping 2)
*
* Gumshoe:
*   The nurse that killed the
*   patients ended up getting
*   killed in an accident.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Dr. Grey wound up on a lot of
*   tabloid shows because of that.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Now, there was a smart man.
*   I'm sure that was a great way
*   to advertise for his clinic.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Uh, huh. Scaring people off
*   is always the best way to
*   get more patients.)
*
********************************************

*** Black Key ******************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   So about this key...
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Hey, is that your house key
*   or something, pal?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Come on, does this look like
*   a house key to you?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Then what's it for?
*
* Phoenix:
*   It's...
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Hmm, actually, I should
*   probably keep that a
*   secret...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   It's my bicycle key.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Oh. Nothing special, huh?
*
********************************************

*** Maya Fey profile ***********************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I'm sorry things had to
*   turn out this way, pal.
*
* Phoenix:
*   It's too early to give up!
*   No one's proven her guilty
*   of anything, yet!
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Look, even if there were a
*   zillion of you, pal, this
*   is a case you...
*
* Gumshoe:
*   *sigh*
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Now why is he
*   sighing?)
*
********************************************

*** Pearl Fey profile **********************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Oh, so that's little Pearl.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Do you know her?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Only that Ms. Fey was looking
*   for her earlier.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Something about being worried
*   that she'll end up talking to
*   the weird guy.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   So, you have any idea who
*   this "weird guy" is, pal?
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...Nope. Not a clue.
*
********************************************

*** Morgan Fey profile *********************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   That's Maya's aunt, right?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I got to eat one of her giant
*   strawberry desserts earlier.
*   It was really good!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Aw, I didn't get to eat one
*   yet...)
*
********************************************

*** Dick Gumshoe profile *******************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Boy do I look scary in this
*   picture.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I guess if I want people to
*   stop thinking cops are scary,
*   I have to change myself.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Gotta smile,
*         gotta smile!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (There's that classic
*   Gumshoe goofy smile again...)
*
********************************************

*** Any other evidence *********************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Ooh, I'd better shut my mouth.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Uh, what?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I'm not gonna give you
*   any information about
*   evidence, pal.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Oh.
*
********************************************

*** Any other profile **********************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I don't have anything to tell
*   you about this one, pal.
*
* Phoenix:
*   You don't have to be so mean
*   about it.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Not. A. Word.
*
* Pearl:
*   ...
*
* Gumshoe:
*   H-H-Hey! Don't look at me
*   like that!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (That girl has one intense
*   stare... *gulp*)
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Side Room"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 20
Fey Manor
Side Room

Phoenix:
  Hello again. We seem to
  be seeing a lot of each
  other today.

Ini:
  Aww, she's, like, tooootally
  cute!
  Is she, like, your daughter?

Phoenix:
  W-What!? NO!
  (How old do you think I am!?)

--------------------------------------------

TALK TO (INI)
-------------

>>> The victim >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   I want to ask you about
>   the victim, Dr. Grey.
>
> Ini:
>   I, like, totally don't know
>   him.
>
> *1 PSYCHE-LOCK*
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  Aaack! What is that!?

Ini:
  ...?

Pearl:
  You can see it, can't you,
  Mr. Nick?

Pearl:
  You can see the "lock" on
  that person's heart.

Phoenix:
  Huh, what...?

Pearl:
  This is the power of the
  Magatama.

Pearl:
  Only you can see these
  "Psyche-Locks", Mr. Nick.

Phoenix:
  (Psyche-Locks, huh...)

Pearl:
  The more someone wants to
  hide their secret, the more
  locks you will see.

Pearl:
  If it's only one, I think you
  can easily unlock it.

Phoenix:
  "Unlock"...? But how?

Pearl:
  Please use Mystic Maya's
  Magatama on this person,

Pearl:
  and let's remove the lock.

Phoenix:
  (I have no idea what she's
  talking about, but... Guess
  I'll give it a try.)

Pearl:
  You must be careful, though,
  Mr. Nick. If you make a
  mistake, it will hurt you.

Pearl:
  If you don't think you have
  the proof you need, you must
  have the courage to stop.

Phoenix:
  (Well, I've got to start
  somewhere. Let's give this
  Psyche-Lock thing a try.)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Present Maya's Magatama*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

*1 PSYCHE-LOCK*

-- The Victim --

Phoenix:
  Ini Miney. I believe you do
  know who Dr. Grey is!

Ini:
  I told you! Like, how many
  times do I, like, have to
  repeat myself?

Ini:
  If you're, like, so totally
  sure, then where's, like,
  your proof?

Phoenix:
  While it may be possible that
  you never actually met
  Dr. Grey in person,

Phoenix:
  I do believe you might have
  at least, indirectly known of
  him.

Ini:
  Like, what do you mean, like,
  "indirectly"...?

Phoenix:
  (I should try to show that
  the possibility existed, for
  now...)

Phoenix:
  (Hmm, so, something that
  shows a possible connection
  between Ini and Dr. Grey...)

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Phoenix:
x   Here is your proof!
x
x Ini:
x   Like, what is that...?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Ouch...
x   I guess it doesn't have
x   anything to do with it, huh?
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Pearls did warn me...)
x
x Phoenix:
x   ("If you make a mistake, it
x   will hurt you," she said.
x
x Phoenix:
x   (If I don't have enough
x   evidence, I should
x   probably "stop".)
x
x Phoenix:
x   (I should take another look
x   at the Court Record and think
x   it through one more time.)
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Newspaper Clipping 2*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  Take a look at this newspaper
  clipping.

Ini:
  Like, what is it?
  ...
  A story about an accident?

Phoenix:
  Please read the victim's name.

Ini:
  Um..."Mimi Miney"...

Phoenix:
  "Miney" is a pretty rare
  last name, wouldn't you say?

Phoenix:
  Ms. Mimi Miney wouldn't
  happen to be a relative of
  yours, would she?

Ini:
  ...!

Ini:
  So you noticed.
  Sh-She was my older sister.

Phoenix:
  I'm sorry about your loss...

Phoenix:
  Your sister... Was she a
  nurse... Perhaps at Dr. Grey's
  surgical clinic?

Ini:
  ...!

Phoenix:
  Grey Surgical Clinic...

Phoenix:
  I don't think I need to tell
  you that the clinic was run by
  the victim, Dr. Turner Grey.

Phoenix:
  Which is how you knew of
  Dr. Grey; you knew him
  through your sister!

*1 LOCK BROKEN*

*UNLOCK SUCCESSFUL*

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

TALK (TO INI)
-------------

>>> The victim >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Please, tell me all you know
>   about Dr. Grey.
>
> Ini:
>   My... My sister's name was
>   Mimi Miney.
>
> Ini:
>   She was, like, a nurse at
>   Dr. Grey's clinic.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (That's what I thought...)
>
> Ini:
>   I heard that, like, Dr. Grey
>   was really tough on people.
>   Like, a total slave driver.
>
> Ini:
>   My sis was, like, always
>   coming home totally wiped
>   out 'cause she was overworked.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Wiped out? So is that why
>   she fell asleep at the wheel?
>
> Ini:
>   That guy, like, drove my sis
>   so hard, so, like, that's why
>   the accident happened.
>
> Phoenix:
>   The one where 14 patients
>   died from malpractice?
>
> Ini:
>   Yeah, like, I think that was
>   the doctor's fault, too.
>
> Ini:
>   My sis was pushed by, like,
>   everyone's expectations and,
>   like, her duties and stuff.
>
> Ini:
>   And that pushed her to her
>   death.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Oh... I'm sorry...
>
> Ini:
>   So, like, are we done?
>
> Ini:
>   I've, like, already told my
>   story to, like, everyone...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

--------------------------------------------

Pearl:
  Do you understand now,
  Mr. Nick? This is how a
  Psyche-Lock works.

Phoenix:
  ...Well, I don't plan to pry
  into people's hearts unless
  I absolutely need to...

Pearl:
  The lock this time was
  pretty easy, but...

Pearl:
  you might meet people who
  aren't as willing to give in
  later on.

Pearl:
  If you don't have enough
  proof, be careful and know
  when to stop trying.

MOVE TO: "Kurain Village"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 20
Kurain Village

Pearl:
  Mr. Nick.

Phoenix:
  Hmm? What's wrong?

Pearl:
  I have never left Kurain
  Village.

Phoenix:
  R-Really? Wow, that's, um,
  pretty amazing...

Pearl:
  You are going to meet with
  Mystic Maya... aren't you?

Pearl:
  Please tell her I said hi.

Phoenix:
  Hey, wait!

Phoenix:
  (She ran off... Again.
  Well, I know Ini's
  secret now, but...)

Phoenix:
  (I still don't have any idea
  how I'm going to save Maya.)

Phoenix:
  (I don't even know if I should
  go in there with a smile or a
  straight face... *sigh*)

MOVE TO: "Detention Center"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 20
Detention Center
Visitor's Room

Phoenix:
  (What am I supposed to do!?
  I'm almost out of time!)

Phoenix:
  (Can I really do anything?
  Can I really save her...?)

? ? ?:
  Sorry to keep you waiting.

Phoenix:
  (Huh? Must be Maya...)

? ? ?:
  It's been a long time, hasn't
  it, Phoenix?

Phoenix:
  ...!
  (That voice...)

Phoenix:
  M-Mia!

Mia:
  Even without me being here,
  it looks like you've learned
  to stand on your own.

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (Mia... She's Maya's older
  sister, and my mentor.)

Phoenix:
  (She was a top-notch defense
  lawyer, but a certain case
  forced her into "retirement".)

Phoenix:
  (But... whenever I'm in
  trouble, she comes to
  help, just like this.)

Phoenix:
  (Her spirit comes back from
  the other world and borrows
  Maya's body for a bit...)

--------------------------------------------

Mia:
  Phoenix, you can't make that
  kind of face in front of your
  client.

Phoenix:
  ...!

Mia:
  A lawyer is someone who smiles
  no matter how bad it gets, and
  especially when it's bad.

Phoenix:
  Mia...

Mia:
  You can't smile at the end if
  you haven't been smiling the
  whole way there.

Mia:
  In any case, the face you're
  making now is no face to
  show a client, Phoenix.

Phoenix:
  B-But!

Mia:
  So, tell me all about it.

Mia:
  I'm going to guess that my
  sister is in a lot of trouble
  again...

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (I told her everything about
  what had happened in the
  last two days.)

Phoenix:
  (Mia closed her eyes, deep
  in thought, while she
  listened...)

--------------------------------------------

Mia:
  ...I see...

Phoenix:
  Mia... What am I supposed to
  do?

Mia:
  ...

Mia:
  It's pretty clear what a good
  lawyer does in this situation.

Phoenix:
  A-And that is!?
  Tell me, please!

Mia:
  Believe in your convictions.

Mia:
  And fight for the complete
  acquittal of your client.

--------------------------------------------

TALK (TO MIA)
-------------

>>> Not guilty >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   You think Maya's not
>   guilty!? How can you be
>   so sure!?
>
> Mia:
>   I know she is.
>   And I'll give you a hint
>   as to why.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Y-Yes?
>
> Mia:
>   Mediums can't have dreams.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Can't have "dreams"...?
>
> Mia:
>   From what you told me, it
>   sounds like Maya was having
>   a dream while channeling.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Yeah... She said she dreamt
>   that she had died and had
>   been buried in the ground.
>
> Mia:
>   But that is impossible.
>
> Mia:
>   You've heard it from her, I'm
>   sure. When a medium channels,
>   her own spirit disappears.
>
> Mia:
>   Which means that it's
>   impossible for her to
>   dream during that time.
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...!
>   Then...
>   What does this mean!?
>
> Mia:
>   I think it's safe to bet that
>   Maya was set-up.
>
> Phoenix:
>   A set-up!?
>
> Mia:
>   It's up to you to blow the lid
>   on this case tomorrow and
>   show how she was set-up.
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Evidence? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   How am I supposed to
>   prove her innocence when
>   I have nothing to go on!?
>
> Mia:
>   If you're looking for a clue,
>   it's already in your hands.
>
> Phoenix:
>   I-It is!?
>
> Mia:
>   Just as it sounds, Phoenix,
>   you already hold the "key".
>
> Phoenix:
>   (R-Really...?)
>
> Mia:
>   Come on, show me the "key"
>   to this case.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (The "key", huh?)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Alright, I'll show it to her;
>   the "key" I hold.)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO MIA)
----------------

*** Attorney's Badge ***********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Mia...
*
* Mia:
*   *chuckle* Wow, this badge
*   brings back a lot of memories,
*   doesn't it...?
*
* Mia:
*   I would love to stand with
*   you at the defense table
*   one more time.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Mia...)
*
********************************************

*** Maya's Magatama ************************
*
* Mia:
*   This is... Maya's Magatama,
*   isn't it?
*
* Mia:
*   Why do you have it...?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Maya gave it to me, but...
*
* Mia:
*   I see...
*
* Mia:
*   ...
*
* Mia:
*   This is something very
*   important to me.
*
* Mia:
*   Take good care of it, OK?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (She looks at it with such a
*   soft look in her eyes...)
*
********************************************

*** Black Key ******************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Mia, have you seen
*   this key before?
*
* Mia:
*   Ahh, the key...
*
* Mia:
*   It's literally, the key to
*   understanding everything
*   that's happened in this case.
*
* Phoenix:
*   This key?
*
* Mia:
*   Phoenix, listen.
*   Right now, that key is sitting
*   in your hand.
*
* Mia:
*   However, it shouldn't be.
*   ...
*   It contradicts the "facts".
*
* Phoenix:
*   (What does she mean...?)
*
* Mia:
*   I'm certain this key will be
*   the piece of evidence that
*   makes your case tomorrow.
*
********************************************

*** Maya Fey profile ***********************
*
* Mia:
*   I can't see Maya...
*
* Mia:
*   when I'm in her body
*   like this...
*
* Mia:
*   But I can tell.
*   She's very lonely and sad.
*
* Mia:
*   Take good care of her, will
*   you, Phoenix?
*
* Phoenix:
*   I-I will...
*
********************************************

*** Pearl Fey profile **********************
*
* Mia:
*   Pearly!
*   She's really grown up...
*
* Mia:
*   I left Kurain Village a long
*   time ago.
*
* Mia:
*   She probably doesn't remember
*   a thing about me by now...
*
********************************************

*** Morgan Fey profile *********************
*
* Mia:
*   I'm afraid I might have caused
*   Aunt Morgan a lot of stress.
*
* Mia:
*   When I left Kurain, I left
*   Maya in my aunt's care.
*
* Mia:
*   And now something like this
*   happens...
*
********************************************

*** Dick Gumshoe profile *******************
*
* Mia:
*   I've seen this man somewhere
*   before...
*
* Mia:
*   He had a strange name...
*   and I'm almost sure I've
*   questioned him before.
*
* Mia:
*   I remember him making a
*   show of confidence at first,
*
* Mia:
*   but after five minutes, he
*   breaks down and...
*
* Mia:
*   ...you end up feeling bad for
*   the poor guy...
*
********************************************

*** Mia Fey profile ************************
*
* Mia:
*   That's right.
*   I'm already dead.
*
* Mia:
*   But I feel very grateful to
*   have been born a Fey...
*
* Mia:
*   so I can talk with you like
*   this...
*
********************************************

*** Any other evidence *********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Could you take a look at this?
*
* Mia:
*   ...Do you have anything more
*   useful?
*
* Mia:
*   There's no time left. Try to
*   show me something that will
*   help you in tomorrow's trial.
*
********************************************

*** Any other profile **********************
*
* Mia:
*   I'm sorry, but I don't
*   remember who that is...
*
********************************************

--------------------------------------------

*AFTER TALKING TO MIA AND PRESENTING BLACK KEY*

Mia:
  ...

Mia:
  ...
  You already know everything
  you need to know.

Mia:
  You know what the "key" to
  this case is...

Mia:
  That is enough...

Phoenix:
  But...
  But!

Phoenix:
  How can I win tomorrow
  without knowing who
  the real murderer is!?

Phoenix:
  Who... Who could have...?

Mia:
  ...

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (At the time, I didn't know,)

Phoenix:
  (but this day was going to
  end with a turn for the
  surprising...)

*3 PSYCHE-LOCKS*

Phoenix:
  M-Mia!?
  Wh-What...!?

Mia:
  What's wrong?

Phoenix:
  (That's right. Only I can see
  the Psyche-Locks...)

Phoenix:
  (Which means... Mia must
  know something about the
  real murderer!)

Phoenix:
  (But for this to be something
  that she would hide under lock
  and key from even me...)

Phoenix:
  (What in the world is going
  on!?)


                                             To be continued.
_______________________________________________________________________________
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                                Part 2-1: Trial                          [0422]
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June 21, 9:48 AM
District Court
Defendant Lobby No. 3

Maya:
  Whaaaaaaaat!?

Maya:
  Prosecutor von Karma!?
  You mean...?

Phoenix:
  No, I heard it's his successor
  this time...

Maya:
  Successor...?

Maya:
  ...

Maya:
  Manfred von Karma. He was
  a really sinister man.

Maya:
  He pulled all sorts of nasty
  tricks; all so he could win.

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (He was a man obsessed
  with the word "perfection"...)

Phoenix:
  (He had a perfect record...
  for forty long years.)

Phoenix:
  (Who knows what sorts of dirty
  tricks he used to get each of
  those guilty verdicts?)

Phoenix:
  (And now, his successor...
  I wonder what kind of person
  they will turn out to be...)

--------------------------------------------

Maya:
  It's no good...

  Mystic Maya!!

Maya:
  Pearly!

Maya:
  You showed up! Thanks for
  coming all this way!

Pearl:
  I was really worried about
  you...

Maya:
  Hey, where's your mother?
  Didn't you two come together?

Pearl:
  Mother is watching over the
  trainees.

Pearl:
  She said they have training
  for two days straight with
  no breaks.

Maya:
  Huh!? Then... Then...
  You came all by yourself?

Pearl:
  Yup! I snuck out of the
  manor and followed a map.

Phoenix:
  Don't tell me you walked
  all the way here...

Pearl:
  Of course not!
  ...I ran!

Phoenix:
  That's... I can't... Oh my...
  (If it takes two hours by
  train... Oh man...)

Maya:
  Pearly...
  What about the train?

Pearl:
  Huh?
  What's a... "tray-in"?

Phoenix:
  (I give up...)

Pearl:
  ...It's time, isn't it?

Maya:
  Um... I'm really scared...
  What if Von Karma tries
  to do something to me?

Maya:
  At least I know Mr. Edgeworth
  would be nicer to me than Von
  Karma!

Pearl:
  Mr. Eh-ji-werth? Who is that?

Maya:
  Um, he's Nick's rival...
  Well, he's also a friend.

--------------------------------------------

Edgeworth:
  *OBJECTION!*

Maya:
  I still remember him as if
  I had just seen him only
  yesterday.

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Maya:
  Every trial was a scorching
  fierce battle until the very
  end.

Edgeworth:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

--------------------------------------------

Maya:
  It was always back and forth
  with them. But when you're
  rivals for life...

Phoenix:
  Maya!
  Please don't mention
  that name ever again...

Maya:
  Huh...?
  But why, Nick?

Phoenix:
  I'm... I'm sorry, Maya.
  I forgot you don't know...

Phoenix:
  He... He's...
  He's gone...
  And he's not coming back...

Maya:
  Whaaaat!?

Maya:
  W-W-Wait...
  Wait a second!!
  What's that supposed to mean!?

Bailiff:
  Court will commence shortly.
  Please proceed into the
  courtroom.

Phoenix:
  ...

Phoenix:
  Let's go.
  Now's not the time to talk
  about that anyway.

Maya:
  N...Nick...?

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 21, 10:00 AM
District Court
Courtroom No. 2

Judge:
  Court is now in session for
  the trial of Maya Fey.

Judge:
  Are the prosecution and the
  defense prepared?

? ? ?:
  ...

Phoenix:
  ...
  (What is with this girl...?)

Judge:
  ...

Judge:
  *Ahem!*
  Mr. Wright!!
  Are you finally prepared!?

Phoenix:
  Huh?

Phoenix:
  A-Ah, yes, Your Honor.
  (Why does he always
  seem mad at me!?)

? ? ?:
  Mr. Phoenix Wright.

Phoenix:
  ...!

? ? ?:
  You must be a little shocked
  because I am a woman, correct?

Phoenix:
  (...Hold on. So this kid is
  the "famed" Prosecutor
  von Karma...?)

von Karma:
  I am Franziska von Karma,
  the Prodigy.

Phoenix:
  I... see...

von Karma:
  I gave up a promising career
  in Germany and came to this
  country for one sole reason.

von Karma:
  Revenge.

Phoenix:
  Revenge...?
  (Is this about her father,
  Manfred von Karma...?)

Judge:
  Um... If it's something of a
  personal nature, I'm sure you
  can...

Judge:
  Oww!

von Karma:
  I'm talking.

von Karma:
  If you interrupt again, my
  whip will do the speaking
  for me.

Phoenix:
  (Please speak with your mouth
  like a normal person...
  I beg of you...)

Phoenix:
  Yeow!!

von Karma:
  Make no mistake;
  I will defeat you!

von Karma:
  Prepare to go down,
  Mr. Phoenix Wright!

Judge:
  Prosecutor von Karma, your
  opening statement, please...

von Karma:
  Those of Von Karma blood
  have only one fate.

von Karma:
  And that is "perfection".

von Karma:
  The defendant, Maya Fey, will
  find no escape from her guilt
  on my watch.

Judge:
  V-Very well...
  What is the defense's
  position?

Phoenix:
  Your Honor.

Judge:
  Does the defense wish to
  enter a plea of "not guilty"?

Phoenix:
  ...Yes.

von Karma:
  Foolish fool who foolishly
  dreams of foolish dreams...

von Karma:
  Ten minutes. I give the
  defense ten minutes
  before it changes its plea.

von Karma:
  That's right. I'll have you
  running for the "justified
  self-defense" plea in no time.

Phoenix:
  ("Justified self-defense"...)

Phoenix:
  (A plea usually reserved for
  when a person unintentionally
  kills in defense of himself.)

Phoenix:
  (We could very easily make
  a solid case that it was
  self-defense, but...)

Phoenix:
  The defense stands by the
  plea of "not guilty", Your
  Honor!

Phoenix:
  (Because to plead "justified
  self-defense" is to say you
  did kill someone.)

von Karma:
  How foolish.

von Karma:
  If that's how you want to play
  it, Mr. Phoenix Wright,

von Karma:
  then I shall now call
  the first witness.

Phoenix:
  (She's just as scary as
  her father. Like father, like
  daughter I suppose.)

--------------------------------------------

von Karma:
  Witness, your name and
  occupation?

Gumshoe:
  Yes, sir! My name is Dick
  Gumshoe. I'm a detective at
  the local precinct.

Gumshoe:
  Aah!!

von Karma:
  Get to the point already.

von Karma:
  Explain to the court the
  details of this murder.

Gumshoe:
  Y-Yes, sir! Um, if everyone
  would please look at this
  map.

Gumshoe:
  The Channeling Chamber has
  no windows and the door was
  locked shut.

Gumshoe:
  At the time of the murder,
  only the victim and the
  defendant were in the room.

Judge:
  What were they doing in there?

Gumshoe:
  Um... They... Well, they were
  channeling... a spirit... Sir.

Judge:
  Ch-Channeling a spirit??

Phoenix:
  (The look of disbelief on the
  judge's face is...)

Gumshoe:
  *ahem*
  Anyway, a few minutes
  after the channeling started,

Gumshoe:
  gunshots were heard coming
  from inside the room, sir.

Gumshoe:
  A few of the witnesses broke
  the door down, and rushed into
  the room.

Judge:
  Ah, and that's when they found
  that the victim was already
  dead, correct?

Judge:
  Hmm, I believe this is one of
  the most open and shut cases
  I have ever presided over.

*Floor Plans added to the
Court Record.*

Judge:
  So, how was the victim killed?

Gumshoe:
  I was about to get to that...

von Karma:
  Stop wasting my time, then.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- Cause of Death --

(1)
Gumshoe:
  The direct cause of death was
  a pistol shot to the forehead,
  sir.

(2)
Gumshoe:
  The shot was fired from
  point-blank range.

(3)
Gumshoe:
  But before the victim was
  shot, sir, he was stabbed in
  the chest.

(4)
Gumshoe:
  The wound was very severe,
  but not enough to cause
  instantaneous death.

(5)
Gumshoe:
  The murderer used the pistol
  to finish the victim off after
  the stabbing.

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  Hmm...

Judge:
  So the victim was stabbed
  before being shot...

Gumshoe:
  This is the victim's autopsy
  report, sir.

*Autopsy Report added to
the Court Record.*

Judge:
  The court accepts it into
  evidence. Mr. Wright, you
  may question the witness.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CROSS EXAMINATION
-- Cause of Death --

(1)
Gumshoe:
  The direct cause of death was
  a pistol shot to the forehead,
  sir.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       The murder weapon, Detective
       Gumshoe. Whose pistol was
       it?

     Gumshoe:
       It was the victim's.

     Phoenix:
       The victim?
       Now, why would he have...

     von Karma:
       *OBJECTION!*

     von Karma:
       "Why would he have a pistol?"
       Who cares?

     von Karma:
       The point that you are missing
       is whose fingerprints are on
       that pistol.

     von Karma:
       If you're not already paying
       attention to that, then I
       suggest you start.

     Judge:
       Fingerprints?
       There were fingerprints?

     Gumshoe:
       Along with the victim's,

     Gumshoe:
       the defendant, Maya Fey's
       were also on the grip, sir.

     Judge:
       Hmm.

     Judge:
       So the defendant's
       fingerprints were left
       on the murder weapon...

     Phoenix:
       (Hmm...
       I walked right into
       her hands there.)

(2)
Gumshoe:
  The shot was fired from
  point-blank range.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Point blank, huh?
       So about how far away was
       it?

     Gumshoe:
       It was anywhere between
       12 to 20 inches away.

     Phoenix:
       And how do you know he was
       shot at point blank?

     von Karma:
       Tsk, tsk, tsk.
       Mr. Phoenix Wright.

     von Karma:
       I grow tired of the foolish
       foolery of the foolish fools
       of this foolish country...

     Phoenix:
       E-Excuse me!?

     von Karma:
       Gunpowder burn.

     Phoenix:
       ...Gunpowder burn?

     von Karma:
       When something is shot from
       point blank, a burn area is
       left around the bullet hole.

     Gumshoe:
       Gunpowder exploding is what
       makes a bullet fire, and that
       gets real hot, pal.

     Gumshoe:
       And there were definitely some
       gunpowder burns left on the
       victim's forehead!

     Phoenix:
       (Wow... Never knew that...
       Live and learn, I guess...)

(3)
Gumshoe:
  But before the victim was
  shot, sir, he was stabbed in
  the chest.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Stabbed...
       And what was he stabbed with?

     Gumshoe:
       A fruit knife.

     Judge:
       I see.
       And whose knife was it?

     Gumshoe:
       It looks like it belongs to
       the Feys, sir.

     Gumshoe:
       And of course, Maya Fey's
       fingerprints are all over it.

     Judge:
       Hmm... All over it, huh?

     Phoenix:
       (Urk.
       This does not look good...)

     von Karma:
       Ha ha ha.
       What will you do now,
       Mr. Phoenix Wright?

(4)
Gumshoe:
  The wound was very severe,
  but not enough to cause
  instantaneous death.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       How severe was the wound?

     Gumshoe:
       If it had been half an inch
       more to the right, it would've
       hit the victim's heart.

     Gumshoe:
       After a stab like that, it's
       impossible to fight back, let
       alone stand.

     Phoenix:
       (This testimony makes Maya
       look like she had stabbed him
       with the intent to kill...)

(5)
Gumshoe:
  The murderer used the pistol
  to finish the victim off after
  the stabbing.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Are you sure he was stabbed
       first, then shot?

     Gumshoe:
       Yup.
       Sure as sure can be.

     Gumshoe:
       One look at the wounds and
       you'd come to the same
       conclusion too, pal.

     von Karma:
       A fool is a fool who will only
       listen to the foolish opinions
       of other foolish fools...

     von Karma:
       A pistol shot to the forehead
       at point blank is certainly
       enough to kill instantly.

     von Karma:
       Does it matter, then, which
       was first?

     von Karma:
       Think a little more before you
       open that big mouth of yours,
       Mr. Phoenix Wright!

     Phoenix:
       (Grr... What a pain...)

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (Nothing sounds out of place
  so far...)

Phoenix:
  (I should try to learn more
  about the murder weapons,
  for now...)

RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*After pressing at (1), (2), (3) and (5)*

Judge:
  That's enough!

Judge:
  We have clearly established
  how the victim was murdered.

Gumshoe:
  I brought the two murder
  weapons with me today.

Judge:
  Very well.
  The court accepts
  them into evidence.

*Pistol added to the Court
Record.*

*Knife added to the Court
Record.*

von Karma:
  The date and time of death
  was June 19th at 3:15 PM.

von Karma:
  Eyewitnesses claim to have
  heard two gunshots at this
  time.

Judge:
  And the two murder weapons,
  both with the defendant's
  fingerprints on them...?

Judge:
  Hmm...
  This does seem like an
  open and shut case.

von Karma:
  Naturally!

Phoenix:
  (This is going from
  bad to worse...)

Phoenix:
  (As if the summary just now
  wasn't oversimplifying things
  to the extreme...)

von Karma:
  Your Honor. Feel free to
  slam that little gavel of
  yours.

von Karma:
  After all, there is no room
  left for doubt, is there?

Judge:
  That is quite true...
  Mr. Wright.

Phoenix:
  Y-Yes?

Judge:
  Even in the face of all this,
  do you still wish to plead
  "not guilty"?

Judge:
  It's the opinion of this court
  that if you do not adjust your
  plea, you stand to lose.

von Karma:
  See, just as I promised,
  Mr. Phoenix Wright.

von Karma:
  You would change your
  plea in less than ten
  minutes...

Judge:
  What will you do, Mr. Wright?

Judge:
  Will you change to "justified
  self-defense"? Because now
  would be the time to do so.

Judge:
  This is your final chance.

Phoenix:
  (This is a huge decision!
  I'd better think this
  through all the way!)

*** Plead justified self-defense ***********
*
* Phoenix:
*   (If Maya is convicted, then
*   it's all over.)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I really should play it safe,
*   and try to soften the blow...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   Your Honor.
*
* Phoenix:
*   The defense would like to
*   change its plea to "justified
*   self-defense"...
*
* von Karma:
*   Hah.
*
* Judge:
*   Understood. Let the record
*   show that the defense has
*   entered a new plea.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (...There's nothing else I
*   could do...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Mia...?)
*
* Mia:
*   ...You already hold the key...
*
* Mia:
*   ...If you don't believe, you
*   cannot win...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (...!)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (If we plead "justified self-
*   defense", we would basically
*   be confessing to murder!)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (After the trial, Maya's life
*   would be destroyed, and she'll
*   be labeled a murderer...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Can I really...
*   Can I really let
*   that happen!?)
*
* Phoenix:
*   Your Honor!
*
* Judge:
*   Y-Yes?
*
* Phoenix:
*   The defense... The defense
*   retracts its previous
*   statement.
*
* Phoenix:
*   And instead, will prove beyond
*   the shadow of a doubt that the
*   defendant is not guilty!
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** Plead not guilty ***********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   (If we plead "justified self-
*   defense"...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (we would basically be
*   confessing to a murder!)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (After the trial, Maya's life
*   would be destroyed, and she'd
*   be labeled a murderer...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I can't let that happen!)
*
* Phoenix:
*   Your Honor!
*
* Judge:
*   Have you reached a conclusion,
*   Mr. Wright?
*
* Phoenix:
*   The defense will not change
*   its plea.
*
* Phoenix:
*   We will accept nothing short
*   of complete acquittal!
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

von Karma:
  ...You.

von Karma:
  You have sealed your fate,
  Mr. Phoenix Wright.
  Detective!

Gumshoe:
  Y-Yes, sir!

von Karma:
  Present the final portion of
  your testimony -- the final
  strike.

Gumshoe:
  Um... Y-Yes... sir...

Judge:
  N-Now, see here!
  Proceedings are run by...

Judge:
  Eek!

von Karma:
  ...

Judge:
  Oh, yes, of course. Go ahead
  Detective and give your
  testimony...

von Karma:
  I think the court would like
  to hear about the other piece
  of incriminating evidence!

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- Incriminating Evidence --

(1)
Gumshoe:
  Sorry, pal but there's an even
  more incriminating piece of
  evidence.

(2)
Gumshoe:
  This is the costume the
  defendant was wearing at
  the time of the crime.

(3)
Gumshoe:
  As you can see, it's covered
  in blood.

(4)
Gumshoe:
  The defendant attacked and
  killed a person who, without a
  doubt, was not fighting back.

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  So this is the costume...

Judge:
  There certainly is evidence of
  a back spray of blood on this.

Gumshoe:
  This piece directly links Maya
  Fey to the crime, sir.

Judge:
  I see...
  The court accepts
  this into evidence.

*Maya's Costume added to the
Court Record.*

Judge:
  Alright, Mr. Wright.

Phoenix:
  (Maya's fingerprints on both
  murder weapons and blood
  splatters on her clothes...)

Phoenix:
  (Could this situation get any
  worse??)

von Karma:
  Hah.
  What's wrong?
  You seem to be at a loss.

von Karma:
  I think this is the last piece
  of testimony the prosecution
  should have to offer.

von Karma:
  Feel free to sulk off with
  your tail between your legs,
  Mr. Phoenix Wright!

Phoenix:
  (Please stop calling me by my
  full name. It's disturbing.)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CROSS EXAMINATION
-- Incriminating Evidence --

(1)
Gumshoe:
  Sorry, pal but there's an even
  more incriminating piece of
  evidence.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Why didn't you say so in your
       testimony earlier!?

     Gumshoe:
       Uh... You're kinda scary
       today, you know, pal?

     Judge:
       Come now, Mr. Wright...
       There is no need for that kind
       of attitude in my court...

     Phoenix:
       ...

     Judge:
       A-Alright. Just, please stop
       glaring at me like that...

(2)
Gumshoe:
  This is the costume the
  defendant was wearing at
  the time of the crime.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Maya's... costume?

     Gumshoe:
       Yeah. She was wearing this
       when we arrested her.

     Phoenix:
       (Maya... She's wearing her
       channeling costume today
       too...)

     Phoenix:
       (Is she not allowed to wear
       anything else...?)

(3)
Gumshoe:
  As you can see, it's covered
  in blood.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       This blood on the costume...

     Gumshoe:
       Lab results show that it
       is the victim's blood.

     Judge:
       Hmm... So there is blood from
       the victim on the defendant's
       clothes.

     Phoenix:
       (Definitely not good... Urk.)

     Phoenix:
       Hmm, where there any other
       clues you could gleam from
       this piece of evidence?

     Gumshoe:
       Um, well...

     von Karma:
       *OBJECTION!*

     von Karma:
       If you must change the topic,
       then the good detective here
       must testify again.

     von Karma:
       But too bad. Not enough time.
       Time to move on.

     Judge:
       Ah, yes, Ms. von Karma is
       perfectly correct...

     Phoenix:
       (Grr... Now even the Judge is
       on her side!)

     Phoenix:
       (But if I bite off more
       than I can chew here...
       What should I do!?)

     *** Press further **************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (Why is Ms. von Karma suddenly
     *   putting up resistance?)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (There must be a reason as to
     *   why she suddenly threw out
     *   an objection like that...)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (There must be a clue
     *   somewhere on this costume!)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (I just have to look harder!)
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Mr. Wright.
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Ms. von Karma's logic is
     *   perfect. There is no way
     *   for you to poke a hole in it.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (Argh! Looks like my time is
     *   up. So, about the costume...)
     *
     * *** There is nothing wrong. ****************
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   (If I pursue this and I turn
     * *   up nothing, it could be
     * *   disastrous...)
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   You're right, Your Honor.
     * *   There is absolutely
     * *   nothing more to this.
     * *
     * * Judge:
     * *   Good. Well, Detective, please
     * *   continue with your testimony.
     * *
     * ********************************************
     *
     * *** There is one little thing... ***********
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   Your Honor.
     * * 
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   Actually, there is something
     * *   very wrong with this piece
     * *   of evidence.
     * * 
     * * Judge:
     * *   Wh-What!?
     * * 
     * * Gumshoe:
     * *   What are you talking
     * *   about, pal!?
     * * 
     * * von Karma:
     * *   ...
     * * 
     * * Judge:
     * *   Wh-Where is this problem
     * *   you are talking about!?
     * * 
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   (I've come this far... There's
     * *   no turning back now!)
     * * 
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   The problem I have with this
     * *   piece of evidence is here!
     * * 
     * * xxx Present the blood xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
     * * x
     * * x Phoenix:
     * * x   *TAKE THAT!*
     * * x
     * * x Phoenix:
     * * x   The problem is obviously the
     * * x   blood splatter here!
     * * x
     * * x Judge:
     * * x   B-But... We've determined that
     * * x   the blood splatter is from the
     * * x   victim.
     * * x
     * * x Judge:
     * * x   Where is the problem in that?
     * * x
     * * x Gumshoe:
     * * x   Yeah, where, pal?
     * * x
     * * x Phoenix:
     * * x   Yeah... I wonder about that
     * * x   too...
     * * x
     * * x Judge:
     * * x   That last antic of yours just
     * * x   pushed me over the top,
     * * x   Mr. Wright.
     * * x
     * * x Judge:
     * * x   I am declaring that this
     * * x   cross-examination period
     * * x   is over...
     * * x
     * * x Phoenix:
     * * x   P-Please wait, Your Honor!
     * * x   (Ack! I'd better not mess
     * * x   up again...)
     * * x
     * * x RETURN TO QUESTION
     * * x
     * * xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
     * * 
     * * xxx Present anywhere else xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
     * * x
     * * x Phoenix:
     * * x   *TAKE THAT!*
     * * x
     * * x Phoenix:
     * * x   There is a problem...
     * * x   somewhere around... here!
     * * x
     * * x Judge:
     * * x   Wh-What does he mean,
     * * x   Ms. von Karma?
     * * x
     * * x von Karma:
     * * x   There's nothing wrong with it.
     * * x   The only thing wrong here
     * * x   is the defense's head.
     * * x
     * * x Judge:
     * * x   Well said. You certainly do
     * * x   take after your father!
     * * x
     * * x Phoenix:
     * * x   (I've just been made to look
     * * x   like a fool again... Alright...
     * * x   Focus, Phoenix!)
     * * x
     * * x RETURN TO QUESTION
     * * x
     * * xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
     * * 
     * * *Present the bullet hole*
     * * 
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   *TAKE THAT!*
     * * 
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   I ask the court to please take
     * *   a look at the sleeve of
     * *   this costume.
     * * 
     * * Judge:
     * *   The sleeve?
     * * 
     * * Judge:
     * *   ...!
     * *   There is a tiny hole here...
     * * 
     * * Gumshoe:
     * *   ...A... A hole...?
     * *   But that wasn't in the report.
     * * 
     * * Judge:
     * *   Hold on!
     * * 
     * * Judge:
     * *   What's this around the hole?
     * *   I-It smells faintly of
     * *   gunpowder!
     * * 
     * * Gumshoe:
     * *   G-Gunpowder!?
     * *   No one ever told me!
     * * 
     * * Judge:
     * *   A hole that smells of
     * *   gunpowder...
     * * 
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   (It looks like I've found the
     * *   "hole" I was looking for!)
     * * 
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   Your Honor, the only logical
     * *   conclusion you can make is
     * *   that it must be a bullet hole!
     * * 
     * * Judge:
     * *   Order! Order! Order!!
     * *   This is a very grave matter.
     * * 
     * * Judge:
     * *   It's best we correct the Court
     * *   Record first before anything
     * *   else.
     * * 
     * * *Maya's Costume updated
     * * in the Court Record.*
     * * 
     * * Gumshoe:
     * *   Sorry about that.
     * *   I guess we messed up, sir.
     * * 
     * * von Karma:
     * *   ...
     * * 
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   ...!
     * * 
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   (I-Is she actually...
     * *   smiling!?)
     * * 
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   (What else is she hiding!?)
     * * 
     * * von Karma:
     * *   Pull yourself together,
     * *   Detective.
     * * 
     * * von Karma:
     * *   That tiny "hole" doesn't
     * *   change a thing. The strength
     * *   of the evidence still holds.
     * * 
     * * von Karma:
     * *   Continue with your testimony.
     * *   That, just now, was a fluke.
     * *   Nothing more.
     * * 
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   *OBJECTION!*
     * * 
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   H-How can you say something
     * *   like that!? This is a huge
     * *   oversight!
     * * 
     * * Judge:
     * *   While I agree it is a mistake
     * *   on the part of the police,
     * * 
     * * Judge:
     * *   what Prosecutor von Karma
     * *   has said is true. The
     * *   evidence still stands.
     * * 
     * * Judge:
     * *   If you do not find a more
     * *   definitive problem with the
     * *   evidence, then...
     * * 
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   No way!!
     * * 
     * * Judge:
     * *   Detective Gumshoe, please
     * *   continue with your testimony.
     * *
     * * Gumshoe:
     * *   Y-Yes, sir.
     * *
     * ********************************************
     *
     ********************************************

     *** Let it go ******************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (If I pursue this and I turn
     *   up nothing, it could be
     *   disastrous...)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   You're right, Your Honor.
     *   There is absolutely
     *   nothing more to this.
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Good. Well, Detective, please
     *   continue with your testimony.
     *
     ********************************************

(4)
Gumshoe:
  The defendant attacked and
  killed a person who, without a
  doubt, was not fighting back.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       He wasn't "fighting back"?
       How do you know if he was
       or wasn't!?

     Gumshoe:
       We could find no evidence that
       the victim put up any sort of
       struggle, pal.

     Judge:
       Hmm...

     Judge:
       So did the murderer have a
       fight with the victim, or not?

     Judge:
       Depending on this, the
       circumstances around this
       murder change drastically.

     Phoenix:
       (Ugh... We're in real trouble
       now...)

     Phoenix:
       (If only I had something to
       prove that the victim did
       fight back...)

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (That Von Karma! She thinks
  she can decide the verdict
  with this testimony alone!)

Phoenix:
  (I have to somehow find a
  critical contradiction and
  then I'll have her!)

RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Present (updated) Maya's Costume* at (4)

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  Detective Dick Gumshoe!

Gumshoe:
  Y-Yes?

Gumshoe:
  Heh, having you call me by
  my full name is kind of a
  weird feeling...

Phoenix:
  You said that my client killed
  "a person who, without a
  doubt, was not fighting back."

Gumshoe:
  Yeah, I did.

Phoenix:
  Then what, may I ask, is
  the bullet hole you police
  overlooked supposed to mean!?

Gumshoe:
  Eh, um... What does it mean?

Phoenix:
  I'll tell you what it means.

Phoenix:
  It means that the victim had
  fired off a shot.

Phoenix:
  Is this what it means to
  "not fight back"?

Gumshoe:
  A-Ah!
  You're right!

Judge:
  It would seem that way!

Judge:
  If the victim tried to shoot
  the defendant, then...
  It would change everything...

Phoenix:
  (Alright! The wind seems
  to be shifting...)

von Karma:
  Hah.

Phoenix:
  (What is with that "are you
  finished yet" laugh?)

von Karma:
  Are you finished yet,
  Mr. Phoenix Wright?

Judge:
  Ms. von Karma?

von Karma:
  It seems... that Maya Fey was
  shot at by the victim.

von Karma:
  However, that is only grounds
  enough to support a "justified
  self-defense" plea.

Judge:
  That is correct.

von Karma:
  But I'm sure you remember,
  Your Honor, what the defense
  clearly said.

von Karma:
  They rejected "justified self-
  defense" and pleaded "not
  guilty."

Phoenix:
  Ack!

Gumshoe:
  Now that you...

Judge:
  Why, that's right!

von Karma:
  Which means!

von Karma:
  The defense has yet to prove
  anything at all!

Phoenix:
  Nooooo!!

Judge:
  W-Well...
  Yes, that's true...

von Karma:
  Furthermore...

von Karma:
  just the fact that there is a
  bullet hole in the costume...

von Karma:
  is not enough to substantiate
  even a plea of "justified
  self-defense".

Judge:
  Huh? How so?

Gumshoe:
  Aaah!

von Karma:
  Don't just stand there.

von Karma:
  Hurry up and tell the court
  what transpired that day.

von Karma:
  ...With the new information we
  acquired added in, of course.

Gumshoe:
  Huh?
  You mean... By myself...?

Gumshoe:
  You want me to put together
  the scenario all by myself?

Gumshoe:
  Aah!

von Karma:
  ...

Gumshoe:
  Y-Yes, sir! Right away, sir!

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- What Transpired --

(1)
Gumshoe:
  During the channeling, the
  defendant saw her chance to
  stab the victim in the chest.

(2)
Gumshoe:
  Of course, the victim used the
  last of his strength to fight
  back, sir.

(3)
Gumshoe:
  While the two were fighting,
  the victim took out his gun.

(4)
Gumshoe:
  The victim took a shot, but
  because they were too close,
  he missed.

(5)
Gumshoe:
  The defendant then picked up
  on the opening, took the
  victim's gun and ended it...

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  Hmm...
  This scenario you have put
  together does make sense...

Gumshoe:
  Yes, sir.

Judge:
  Well, Mr. Wright?

Phoenix:
  (Just by listening, it does
  make sense...)

Phoenix:
  (However, I won't give up
  that easily!)

Judge:
  P-Please refrain from glaring
  at me like that...

Judge:
  Now then, your cross-
  examination, please.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CROSS EXAMINATION
-- What Transpired --

(1)
Gumshoe:
  During the channeling, the
  defendant saw her chance to
  stab the victim in the chest.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       There is quite a difference
       in height between Dr. Grey
       and the defendant.

     Phoenix:
       Add in body strength, and
       it seems unlikely the defendant
       could have stabbed the victim!

     Gumshoe:
       Now that you mention it...
       Yeah, I guess...

     von Karma:
       *OBJECTION!*

     von Karma:
       You think you can get away
       with such flimsy reasoning?
       Mr. Phoenix Wright!

     von Karma:
       Maya Fey was in the middle
       of channeling, was she not?

     Phoenix:
       ...?

     von Karma:
       When channeling with the
       Kurain Channeling Technique,
       the medium physically changes.

     von Karma:
       With the nurse's build, the
       defendant could have easily
       been a match for the doctor.

     Phoenix:
       (I don't believe it... She
       even studied up on the
       Kurain Channeling Technique!)

     von Karma:
       Like I said before...
       I am perfect.

     Judge:
       Um... Uh... About what you
       were talking about...
       I didn't quite get it...

     Phoenix:
       ...

     von Karma:
       ...

     Judge:
       Um, n-never mind.
       Let's continue with the
       testimony...

(2)
Gumshoe:
  Of course, the victim used the
  last of his strength to fight
  back, sir.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       So he was stabbed, but the
       stab wound didn't kill him.

     Gumshoe:
       But if you think about the
       blood loss, it was pretty bad.

     Phoenix:
       How bad would you say it was?

     Gumshoe:
       Actually, I went to give blood
       the other day.

     Gumshoe:
       And afterward, I felt a little
       lightheaded and dizzy.

     Gumshoe:
       ...I guess the damage was
       maybe... about 10 times the
       dizziness...?

     Gumshoe:
       Ack!

     von Karma:
       ...

     Gumshoe:
       S-Sorry!

(3)
Gumshoe:
  While the two were fighting,
  the victim took out his gun.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Where in the world did that
       pistol come from?

     Gumshoe:
       It looks like the victim,
       Dr. Grey had specifically
       bought it for that day.

     Phoenix:
       But a handgun...?

     Gumshoe:
       He got it off the black market
       about 2 days before the
       murder.

     Phoenix:
       (Why did Dr. Grey bring a
       gun...?)

     Phoenix:
       (Was he taking precautions
       against something...?)

(4)
Gumshoe:
  The victim took a shot, but
  because they were too close,
  he missed.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       So, you're saying that the
       bullet hole in this costume
       was made then?

     Gumshoe:
       Sorry, pal, but that's what
       I'd think.

     Gumshoe:
       The two of them were already
       fighting when a shot was
       fired.

     Phoenix:
       (Maya... I'm really glad you
       weren't hurt...)

     von Karma:
       ...

(5)
Gumshoe:
  The defendant then picked up
  on the opening and took the
  victim's gun and ended it...

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Maya has never fired a gun
       before in her life!

     Gumshoe:
       The victim had already taken
       off the safety.

     Gumshoe:
       With the safety off, even an
       amateur like you can fire it
       by pulling the trigger.

     Phoenix:
       (Even me...? I wonder...?)

     von Karma:
       Now do you understand?

     von Karma:
       A Von Karma's logic is
       perfect.

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (His testimony certainly makes
  us look very bad,)

Phoenix:
  (but there's gotta be a
  contradiction in there
  somewhere...)

Phoenix:
  (And uncovering it is going
  to uncover the truth!
  I can feel it!)

RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Present Maya's Costume* at (4)

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  Missing the tiny hole on this
  costume...

Phoenix:
  will be the prosecution's
  undoing.

Gumshoe:
  Eh? What do you mean?

Phoenix:
  This little hole has actually
  created a huge hole in your
  testimony!

Judge:
  E-Explain yourself,
  Mr. Wright!

Phoenix:
  You said the two of them were
  fighting when the victim fired
  his gun at point blank.

Phoenix:
  If that were true, then where
  is the gunpowder burn on
  this costume!?

Gumshoe:
  G-Gunpowder... burn?

Phoenix:
  This is what you testified
  earlier:

Phoenix:
  "When something is shot from
  point blank, a burn area is
  left around the bullet hole."

Gumshoe:
  OH!

Phoenix:
  But there is not a single
  trace of gunpowder burn
  on this costume!!

Judge:
  That is a very good point.

Judge:
  And... what exactly does this
  mean?

Phoenix:
  It means that when the shot
  was fired, they were standing
  apart from each other.

Judge:
  Hmm...

von Karma:
  *OBJECTION!*

von Karma:
  I'm disappointed,
  Mr. Phoenix Wright.

von Karma:
  You think you can punch a hole
  in my logic with that?

von Karma:
  With wishy-washy thinking
  like that, anyone can explain
  anything away!

Phoenix:
  Then I implore you to disprove
  my line of thinking.

von Karma:
  Let's see...

von Karma:
  In the middle of their fight,
  the victim pushed the
  defendant away.

von Karma:
  And it was then, when they
  were separated, that he fired!
  How was that?

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  As if that was even possible.

Phoenix:
  According to testimony, the
  wound from the stabbing was
  very severe.

Phoenix:
  The victim would not have
  had the strength to push the
  defendant very far after that!

von Karma:
  ...!

von Karma:
  W-Well... Then...

von Karma:
  That's right!
  The defendant must have
  pushed the victim away!

von Karma:
  After stabbing him, she must
  have put some space between
  the doctor and herself.

von Karma:
  And then while she was
  preparing to strike again,
  the doctor took his shot.

von Karma:
  There.
  That sound satisfy even you.

Judge:
  Hmm... That does make an
  awful lot of sense.

Judge:
  What do you think, Mr. Wright?

Phoenix:
  (I must be careful. I can't
  afford to make a mistake
  here!)

Phoenix:
  (Concentrate and think!)

xxx It makes sense. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Ack, it's no good. I can't
x   find a "hole" in her logic
x   at all this time...)
x 
x Phoenix:
x   I admit it. Somehow, your
x   reasoning makes logical
x   sense.
x
x von Karma:
x   That's it. That's exactly what
x   I wanted to hear from you,
x   Mr. Phoenix Wright!
x
x von Karma:
x   Drat. It's 11:00 AM. I've
x   already missed my morning tea.
x
x von Karma:
x   ...However.
x
x von Karma:
x   At least we were able to
x   arrive at a conclusion.
x
x Judge:
x   Hmm... It does look that way.
x
x Phoenix:
x   (...Oh boy... If I don't do
x   something soon, it'll be
x   curtains for Maya...)
x
x Judge:
x   Well then, I think we can...
x
x Phoenix:
x   *HOLD IT!*
x
x Phoenix:
x   Your Honor! Please... Wait!
x
x Judge:
x   Who was that? Mr. Wright?
x   Please refrain from making
x   unnecessary outbursts!
x
x Phoenix:
x   (I don't care how, but I must
x   find something to go on in
x   Von Karma's explanation!)
x
x CONTINUE
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*** Something doesn't make sense. **********
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  There is a fatal flaw in her
  argument, Your Honor!

Gumshoe:
  Fatal...?

Judge:
  Flaw...!?
  Yeow!

von Karma:
  Very interesting.
  I would love to see
  where this "flaw" is!

von Karma:
  Show me something that
  contradicts my explanation!

Phoenix:
  (There has to be a snag in
  her explanation somewhere!)

Phoenix:
  ("She put some distance
  between them before rushing
  to make the final blow.")

Phoenix:
  ("And when she was about
  to strike, the doctor took his
  shot.")

Phoenix:
  (There must be a piece of
  evidence that contradicts
  this line of thinking!)

*** Present something wrong ****************
*
* Phoenix:
*   *TAKE THAT!*
*
* Phoenix:
*   Take a look at this!
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Why are you showing this
*   to me, pal?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Prosecutor von Karma's
*   explanation and this piece of
*   evidence...
*
* Gumshoe:
*   ...Do not contradict!
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...Huh?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Haha, looks like you need
*   to use your brain a little
*   more, pal.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Ugh... Being lectured by
*   Gumshoe, of all people, is
*   so embarrassing...)
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Come on! Hurry up and get
*   that thinking cap on!
*
********************************************

*Present Folding Screen*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  This is the piece of evidence
  that destroys your logic.

Judge:
  What is that?
  A folding screen?

Phoenix:
  I would like to point the
  court's attention to the
  "hole" in this folding screen.

von Karma:
  Aaah!

Phoenix:
  It looks like you already know
  what I'm talking about.

Gumshoe:
  Who? Where? What?

Judge:
  Mr. Wright!
  Your explanation, please!

Phoenix:
  (Are these two really that
  clueless...?)

Phoenix:
  The bullet went through the
  defendant's sleeve first, then
  the folding screen.

Phoenix:
  It passed through at a height
  of approximately 8 inches off
  the ground... Which means!

Phoenix:
  When the shot was fired,
  Maya... I mean, the defendant,

Phoenix:
  was not getting ready to
  strike, but was actually
  squatting low to the ground!

Judge:
  Order! Order!

Judge:
  Th-This changes everything!

Phoenix:
  Please look at this diagram
  of the crime scene.

Phoenix:
  The victim, Dr. Grey was
  here when he fired
  the shot.

Phoenix:
  And the bullet hit this
  folding screen.

Phoenix:
  It hit at this location, about
  8 inches off the ground.

Phoenix:
  At this time, the defendant
  was in this area.

xxx Present behind the folding screen xxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   Here!
x
x Judge:
x   Behind the folding screen...?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Ack!
x
x von Karma:
x   The victim and his attacker
x   were fighting, were they not?
x
x von Karma:
x   Then what would the attacker
x   be doing all the way back
x   there!?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Um...
x
x von Karma:
x   Besides which, if the attacker
x   was behind the folding screen,
x
x von Karma:
x   then how could the victim
x   even know where to shoot?
x   It's obviously impossible!
x
x Phoenix:
x   ...
x
x Phoenix:
x   Yeah, I guess so...
x
x Judge:
x   Mr. Wright!
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Boy, did I just screw
x   up royally...)
x
x Phoenix:
x   (What's done is done. For now,
x   I should focus on where Maya
x   was at the time of the crime.)
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

xxx Present anywhere else xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Phoenix:
x   Somewhere around here!
x
x Judge:
x   ...?
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Uh oh. The judge's face is
x   scrunched like he just smelled
x   some serious bad breath...)
x
x Phoenix:
x   Uhh... Um...
x   That is, I mean...
x
x Judge:
x   Wait! I just realized I forgot
x   to brush this morning...
x   Excuse me while I freshen up.
x
x Phoenix:
x   Uh, sure...
x
x Judge:
x   In the meantime, I want you to
x   think things through again,
x   Mr. Wright!
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Ah, of course...
x   Whoops...)
x
x Phoenix:
x   (What's done is done. For now,
x   I should focus on where Maya
x   was at the time of the crime.)
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present left side of the bullet hole*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  She was standing here, near
  the folding screen!

von Karma:
  W-Wait a second!

von Karma:
  We know the defendant was
  close to the ground based on
  the height of the bullet hole.

von Karma:
  But... How can you gauge the
  distance from that!?

von Karma:
  Isn't it possible that the
  defendant was standing
  much closer to the victim?

Phoenix:
  That's impossible.

von Karma:
  B-But why!?

Phoenix:
  You, of all people, should
  know the answer to that
  question, Ms. von Karma.

Phoenix:
  If she were shot from
  somewhere closer, there would
  be gunpowder burns present.

Phoenix:
  However!

Phoenix:
  There is nothing of the sort
  around the bullet hole of this
  costume!

von Karma:
  Aaaaaah!

von Karma:
  C-Curse you, Mr. Phoenix
  Wright! You...!

Judge:
  Hmm...

Judge:
  I believe it has now been
  proven that

Judge:
  the defendant was standing
  a ways from the victim when
  she was shot at.

Judge:
  But do you think this has
  changed the defendant's
  situation...?

*** It doesn't change anything. ************
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Hmm, even with that
*   explanation, it feels like
*   nothing has changed...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (But I can't give up
*   just yet!)
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** It changes everything. *****************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  Honestly, Your Honor!
  This changes everything!

Phoenix:
  The prosecution has claimed
  that the defendant was aiming
  to kill by stabbing.

Phoenix:
  If that were true, delivering
  the final strike with the
  knife would be ideal.

Phoenix:
  However! Where and what
  was the defendant doing at
  the time...?

Gumshoe:
  ...Squatting all the way by
  the folding screen...?

Phoenix:
  Exactly.

Phoenix:
  If Maya Fey was the real
  murderer,

Phoenix:
  why would she be by the
  folding screen instead of
  preparing to strike?

von Karma:
  Nnngh...

Judge:
  Upon further consideration, it
  does make very little sense.

Gumshoe:
  Yeah, I figured there had to
  be a reason.

Phoenix:
  Figuring things out and
  proving the logic behind
  everything is YOUR job!

Gumshoe:
  Oof...

Phoenix:
  (Alright! With this, the rest
  of the trial should be in
  the b--)

von Karma:
  ...

Phoenix:
  (...blast radius of disaster.)

von Karma:
  You are such a smart man,
  Mr. Phoenix Wright.

von Karma:
  To think that you've been able
  to take a completely hopeless
  case to this point...

von Karma:
  Now I know why papa had a
  tough time with you.
  Mmm, you amuse me...

Phoenix:
  (Uuugh. Of all the things to
  inherit, why did it have to be
  that smarmy smile!?)

von Karma:
  Detective.

von Karma:
  How dare you damage my
  perfect logic!?

Gumshoe:
  H-Huh!?...
  How is it all my fault??

von Karma:
  You can start repairing your
  standing by first removing
  that three-strand "goatee".

von Karma:
  Oh, and rest assured your
  punishment will come later.

Gumshoe:
  ...P-Punishment...

von Karma:
  Well then, Your Honor, I think
  I've had all I can take of
  this Detective's face.

von Karma:
  I think it's time to call in
  the next witness.

Phoenix:
  (Next witness...?
  That's gotta be Lotta!)

Judge:
  Very well.

Judge:
  The court will take a 5 minute
  recess.

Judge:
  After we reconvene, we will
  hear from the next witness.


                                             To be continued.
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                                Part 2-2: Trial                          [0423]
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June 21, 11:37 AM
District Court
Defendant Lobby No. 3

Phoenix:
  Phew, that was a close one.

Maya:
  I know you were giving
  it your all to defend me.

Maya:
  But I could feel the death
  penalty hanging in the air...

Phoenix:
  I felt like I was pretty
  close to dying myself...

Pearl:
  But you were wonderful out
  there.

Pearl:
  You listened carefully, made
  theories, and tricked everyone
  into believing you.

Phoenix:
  Th-Thanks.
  Wait... Tricked??

Pearl:
  That must be the "lawyer's"
  secret technique, right?

Maya:
  By the way... Is the next
  witness who I think it is...?

Phoenix:
  Yeah, I'm pretty sure
  it's Lotta Hart.

Maya:
  Oh...
  Another jam, like always...

Maya:
  Remember, Nick! You promised
  you'd save me!

Maya:
  If you lose, my ghost will
  come after you with my
  sis', and we'll haunt you!

Pearl:
  Your sister...?
  Um, are you talking about
  Mystic Mia?

Maya:
  Yeah. Do you remember her,
  Pearly?

Maya:
  My sister was a super
  good lawyer!

Maya:
  She was also Nick's teacher.

Pearl:
  ...Oh, I didn't know that...

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June 21, 11:43 AM
District Court
Courtroom No. 2

Judge:
  Court will now reconvene.
  Now, the first order of...

Judge:
  Oww!

von Karma:
  I don't want to hear it, old
  man.

von Karma:
  After I call my witness, sit
  there quietly and watch like a
  good little boy.

Judge:
  Y-Yes, sir.

von Karma:
  Bring in the photographer
  who witnessed the channeling!

--------------------------------------------

von Karma:
  Witness. Your name and
  occupation, if you please.

Lotta:
  Hey, Phoenix!
  How ya doin'?

Phoenix:
  Just fine...

Lotta:
  Sorry 'bout this.
  Didn't exactly have a choice,
  ya know...?

Lotta:
  Yeowza!

von Karma:
  Name and occupation.

Lotta:
  I-I declare!
  What in tarnation!?

Lotta:
  Hey, Judge! This here is
  violence against my fair self!

Judge:
  That's fine.

Lotta:
  "That's fine!?"
  That ain't fine!!
  That's a whip!

Lotta:
  Eaaah!

von Karma:
  There's no need for foolish
  outcries from foolishly
  foolish fools.

von Karma:
  Just hurry up and testify
  about what happened on
  the day of the murder.

Lotta:
  I haven't even gotten to say
  my name and job yet...

von Karma:
  ...

Lotta:
  The name's Lotta Hart,
  paranormal photographer,
  and I'm here to testify!

Judge:
  Now, now, let's all be one big
  happy family... OK...?

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- Witness's Account --

(1)
Lotta:
  Only the Doc and the defendant
  went into the Channelin'
  Chamber.

(2)
Lotta:
  We were waitin' outside the
  door and then, "bang!" we hear
  this gunshot!

(3)
Lotta:
  Mr. Lawyer there broke the
  door down, and we rushed
  into the room.

(4)
Lotta:
  Inside was the dead victim,
  and the defendant, wavin'
  a pistol around.

(5)
Lotta:
  I swear, other than those two,
  there was no one else in the
  room.

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  And did you take a picture of
  the scene right after the
  murder took place?

Lotta:
  Reckon course!

Phoenix:
  Eh?
  ...Excuse me?

Lotta:
  Reckon course!
  It's short for
  "Ya reckon!? Of course I did!"

Lotta:
  Aah!

von Karma:
  Does it look like I care?

von Karma:
  Just hurry up and show your
  picture to the court.

Phoenix:
  (The moment of truth.
  What will be in that picture?)

Lotta:
  Umm, let's see here...
  This here's the picture!

Judge:
  Hmm...

Judge:
  It would certainly seem that
  only the defendant and the
  victim were in that room.

*Lotta's Photo added to the
Court Record.*

von Karma:
  Are you ready,
  Mr. Phoenix Wright?

Phoenix:
  (I will clear all doubt
  about Maya through
  this cross-examination...)

Phoenix:
  (Just watch me!)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CROSS EXAMINATION
-- Witness's Account --

(1)
Lotta:
  Only the Doc and the defendant
  went into the Channelin'
  Chamber.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Was it really only those two
       that went in!?

     von Karma:
       *OBJECTION!*

     von Karma:
       What are you blabbering
       about!? You were there
       too, were you not!?

     Phoenix:
       Urk.

     von Karma:
       Why don't you answer that
       yourself? Was it really just
       the two of them?

     Phoenix:
       ...Yes. Dr. Grey and Maya
       were the only two who went
       into the room...

     Judge:
       H-Hold on! We can't have
       the defense testifying
       against its own client!

     Lotta:
       Anyway, folks, only the
       two of 'em went into the
       Channeling Chamber, ya hear?

     von Karma:
       But you knew that from the
       very beginning, didn't you?
       ...Witness, continue.

(2)
Lotta:
  We were waitin' outside the
  door and then, "bang!" we hear
  this gunshot!

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Was it really a gunshot!?

     von Karma:
       *OBJECTION!*

     von Karma:
       Are you insane!?
       You must have heard
       it as well!

     Phoenix:
       Urk.

     von Karma:
       Why don't you testify for the
       court, Mr. Phoenix Wright?
       Was it really a gunshot?

     Phoenix:
       ...Yes. I think it was
       something that sounded
       like a gunshot...

     Judge:
       And why are we here listening
       to the defense testify!?

     Phoenix:
       (...And the world becomes just
       a little crueler...)

     Lotta:
       I heard a gunshot a long time
       ago, so I know. And I tell ya
       that was a gunshot I heard.

     Lotta:
       Now, this -- this is where the
       story heats up!

(3)
Lotta:
  Mr. Lawyer there broke the
  door down, and we rushed
  into the room.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       So, let me get this straight!
       This "Mr. Lawyer there"
       broke the door down!?

     von Karma:
       Honestly, Mr. Phoenix Wright.
       Why don't you tell us what
       happened, then?

     Phoenix:
       Um... Yes, Ms. von Karma...
       I broke the door down.
       Sorry.

     Phoenix:
       (Why does this feel like an
       inquisition?)

     Lotta:
       No need for apologizin'!
       That was great! You're a real
       man!

     Judge:
       Oh, really?
       That's something I would've
       liked to see.

     Phoenix:
       (The judge is smiling rather
       openly. I'll take that as a 
       good sign...)

     von Karma:
       And?
       What did you see once you
       broke in?

(4)
Lotta:
  Inside was the dead victim,
  and the defendant, wavin'
  a pistol around.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Are you sure it was the
       defendant, Maya Fey!?

     Lotta:
       Sure, I'm sure!

     Phoenix:
       (Lotta seems awful confident
       in her testimony...)

     *** Press harder ***************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Lotta! Please, think back
     *   to that day one more time.
     *
     * Lotta:
     *   Wh-Whatcha getting' at?
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Remember what you said when
     *   we broke into the room...?
     *
     * ------------------------------------------
     *
     * ? ? ?:
     *   ...I was... murdered...
     *
     * *klik*
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Lotta! At a time like this!?
     *
     * Lotta:
     *   Times like this are perfect
     *   for snapping up shots!
     *
     * Lotta:
     *   But anyway... what's going on
     *   here!? This gal... Is she...
     *   ...Maya!?
     *
     * ------------------------------------------
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   When you saw the murderer
     *   at that time,
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   you couldn't even tell if it
     *   was Maya Fey or not!
     *   Am I correct!?
     *
     * Lotta:
     *   Ah, um, well, ya see...
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Order!
     *   Ms. Hart! You are here to
     *   present accurate testimony!
     *
     * Lotta:
     *   Yeah, ah, s-sorry.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (Good. This shifts things back
     *   to my side...)
     *
     * von Karma:
     *   For a defense lawyer, your
     *   defense is terribly lacking,
     *   Mr. Phoenix Wright.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   !
     *
     * von Karma:
     *   Witness. Think back to
     *   when those two entered
     *   the Channeling Chamber.
     *
     * Lotta:
     *   When they entered...?
     *
     * von Karma:
     *   One of those people that
     *   entered the chamber
     *   was Maya Fey, correct?
     *
     * Lotta:
     *   Yeah, that's right!
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (Yeah... It was Maya that
     *   went in.)
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Hmm...
     *
     * Judge:
     *   It looks like we've come to
     *   a collective conclusion.
     *
     * Judge:
     *   The person in this picture is
     *   most certainly Maya Fey.
     *
     * von Karma:
     *   Exactly.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (Rats!
     *   And I'm trapped like one...
     *   Again!)
     *
     ********************************************

     *** Leave her be ***************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (Even I can see that any
     *   normal person would know
     *   who that was.)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (It's no good. I shouldn't
     *   push my luck on this...)
     *
     ********************************************

(5)
Lotta:
  I swear, other than those two,
  there was no one else in the
  room.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Are you absolutely certain
       of that!?

     Lotta:
       Sure am! But that old witch
       chased us out of the room,
       so...

     Phoenix:
       ("Old witch"? Does she
       mean Morgan Fey?)

     Lotta:
       But there was no one else in
       there, and you know it!

     Phoenix:
       (The Channeling Chamber
       was very dark, almost pitch
       black...)

     Phoenix:
       (Was there really no one else
       in there? What about...?)

     *** behind the folding screen? *************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   What about... behind the
     *   folding screen? Did you
     *   check back there?
     *
     * Lotta:
     *   Reckgiven!
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Huh? What in the...?
     *
     * Lotta:
     *   Reckgiven! Ya know!
     *   "Ya reckon!? That's a given!"
     *
     * Lotta:
     *   I took me a good look around
     *   the room once!
     *
     * Lotta:
     *   There ain't no way anyone
     *   was hangin' out behind
     *   that foldin' screen!
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Hmm...
     *   If I may have a word with
     *   you, Ms. Hart...
     *
     * Lotta:
     *   Wh-What?
     *   Ya got a problem!?
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Reckgiven!... I mean, I am
     *   having a little difficulty in
     *   understanding you.
     *
     * Judge:
     *   If you would stop saying such
     *   things as "Reckongiven"
     *   and so forth...
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Aah!
     *
     * von Karma:
     *   Now then, Mr. Phoenix Wright,
     *   do you see a problem with the
     *   testimony or don't you?
     *
     ********************************************

     *** behind the door? ***********************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   What about... behind the door?
     *   Did you check there?
     *
     * Lotta:
     *   What do I look like to you?
     *   I wasn't born yesterday,
     *   ya know!
     *
     * Lotta:
     *   First off, the one that bust
     *   that door open was you!
     *
     * Lotta:
     *   With the way ya slammed that
     *   door,
     *
     * Lotta:
     *   anyone standin' behind it
     *   woulda had more face and
     *   less nose, free of charge!
     *
     * von Karma:
     *   In any case, there was no
     *   one standing behind the
     *   door.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (She actually had the police
     *   investigate that too!?)
     *
     ********************************************

     *** under the flooring? ********************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   What about... under the
     *   flooring?
     *   Did you check there?
     *
     * Lotta:
     *   I ain't no ignoramus to make
     *   it out here!
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Huh?...
     *   Wh-What are you talking about?
     *
     * Lotta:
     *   Don't "what are ya talkin'
     *   about" me!
     *
     * Lotta:
     *   Under the floorin'?
     *   C'mon!, even a bug
     *   wouldn't crawl under that!
     *
     * von Karma:
     *   Sorry to disappoint, but there
     *   was no secret passageway
     *   under the flooring.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (Oh... Yeah, that was a bit
     *   far-fetched, huh...?)
     *
     ********************************************

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (Argh! Her story adds up...)

Phoenix:
  (What's worse is that I was
  there at the scene of the
  crime at that time too,)

Phoenix:
  (and her story is exactly how
  I would have told it...)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*After pressing all 5 statements*

Phoenix:
  (Argh! Just as I thought,
  there is nothing wrong with
  her testimony!)

Phoenix:
  (I was with her, so I know
  she's telling the truth...)

Judge:
  Enough.

Judge:
  It seems that there are no
  issues with Ms. Hart's
  testimony.

von Karma:
  At the time of the crime, only
  two people were in the
  Channeling Chamber:

von Karma:
  the victim, Dr. Turner Grey,
  and the defendant, Maya Fey.

Judge:
  Hmm...

Judge:
  The face of the defendant
  can not be verified in this
  picture.

Judge:
  However, if we think about
  the circumstances, it would
  have to be the defendant.

Phoenix:
  (What am I going to do!?
  If I just let this go...)

Judge:
  What is it, Mr. Wright?
  You look as if you have
  something to say...

Phoenix:
  (If I make one wrong move,
  I'm going to have the judge
  against me...)

Phoenix:
  (Is there anything I can
  present that would prove
  it's not Maya in that photo?)

*** Present evidence ***********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Your Honor!
*
* Judge:
*   Mr. Wright!
*
* Phoenix:
*   It is possible that the person
*   in this photo is not the
*   defendant!
*
* Judge:
*   Wh-Wh-What!?
*   Do you know what
*   you are proposing!?
*
* Lotta:
*   Y-Y-Yeah!
*   That's just plain fool's talk!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Thanks guys. Your show of
*   support was just great...)
*
* von Karma:
*   ...
*
* Judge:
*   ...Now, then, Mr. Wright.
*   Please show the court
*   some proof.
*
* Judge:
*   Prove to this court that
*   the person in this photo
*   is not Maya Fey!
*
* xxx Present anything xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
* x
* x Phoenix:
* x   *TAKE THAT!*
* x
* x Phoenix:
* x   Here is your proof!
* x
* x von Karma:
* x   *OBJECTION!*
* x
* x von Karma:
* x   ...
* x
* x Phoenix:
* x   Is there a problem?
* x
* x von Karma:
* x   Oh, no. I thought I would work
* x   on my inflections.
* x
* x von Karma:
* x   Just wondering what an
* x   "Objection!" with a twist of
* x   "You're wrong!" sounds like.
* x
* x Judge:
* x   Mr. Wright. I'm sorry, but
* x   I don't follow your logic.
* x
* x Phoenix:
* x   (Shoot. I guess I wasn't
* x   showing enough confidence...)
* x
* x xxx Present another piece xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
* x x
* x x RETURN TO QUESTION
* x x
* x xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
* x
* x *** Give up ********************************
* x *
* x * CONTINUE
* x *
* x ********************************************
* x
* xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
*
********************************************

*** Can't present anything yet *************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Judge:
  Well, Mr. Wright?

Phoenix:
  Nothing, Your Honor...

von Karma:
  That's very smart of you,
  Mr. Phoenix Wright.

von Karma:
  You really should give up
  trying to prove this is not
  Maya Fey.

Phoenix:
  (I didn't say anything about
  giving up!)

Phoenix:
  (I just don't have the right
  piece of evidence to prove
  my argument...)

Judge:
  That's enough!

Phoenix:
  (I-Is this it...? Is this all
  I could do...?)

Judge:
  I think it is quite obvious to
  this court that a verdict of
  not guilty is not possible.

von Karma:
  I told you.
  Totally, 100% impossible.

Judge:
  Ms. von Karma, do you have
  any further questions for this
  witness?

von Karma:
  Having established the
  defendant's guilt, further
  questioning won't be needed.

Judge:
  What about the defense?
  No further questions, I
  presume?

Phoenix:
  (I...
  I couldn't protect Maya...)

Phoenix:
  The defense...
  The defense...

--------------------------------------------

  ...Phoenix...

  ...Phoenix, you can't make
  that kind of face...

  ...A lawyer is someone who
  smiles... no matter how bad
  it gets!...

Phoenix:
  M-Mia!

--------------------------------------------

Mia:
  I guess I made it just in
  time, wouldn't you say?

Phoenix:
  Y-You...
  But...
  P-Pearls!

Mia:
  Her clothes ARE a bit small...

Mia:
  Anyway, what are you waiting
  for, Phoenix!? Let's go!

Phoenix:
  B-But how!? She's already
  taken away every advantage!

Mia:
  The advantage is still in your
  hand!

Mia:
  Think carefully, one more
  time, about what you saw
  in the Channeling Chamber.

Mia:
  Do you remember what you
  told me yesterday?

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  D-Dr. Grey!!

*klik*

? ? ?:
  ...I was... murdered...

Phoenix:
  W-What!?

*klik*

Phoenix:
  Lotta! At a time like this!?

Lotta:
  Times like this are perfect
  for snapping up shots!

--------------------------------------------

Mia:
  You see... There is one final
  piece of the puzzle.

Phoenix:
  Mia...?

Mia:
  Question Lotta one more
  time, Phoenix.

Mia:
  I don't know if she's doing it
  subconsciously or on purpose,
  but...

Mia:
  she's not testifying
  truthfully.

Judge:
  Now then, this court would
  like to end the cross-
  examination period.

Phoenix:
  *HOLD IT!*

Phoenix:
  Please wait, Your Honor!

Phoenix:
  The defense would like to
  request that the witness
  testify one more time.

Judge:
  Overruled.

Judge:
  I'm afraid you're too late,
  Mr. Wright. The cross-
  examination has already ended.

Judge:
  Furthermore, any unrelated
  ques-

von Karma:
  It's fine.
  I'll allow another testimony.

von Karma:
  A Von Karma's case is
  perfect.
  Absolutely flawless.

von Karma:
  And what better time than
  this for you to see that.

Judge:
  B-But... I mean...
  I have some place I must
  go after this...

Judge:
  Mmph!
  A-Al-Alright! I'll allow it!

Judge:
  Ms. Hart! Hurry and give us
  another testimony!

Lotta:
  Well... heck... What am I
  supposed to talk about?

Phoenix:
  Please tell us once more what
  happened when you burst into
  the Channeling Chamber.

Lotta:
  OK! You got it!

Mia:
  See, you got through to the
  judge somehow, right?

Phoenix:
  (Well, actually it was
  Von Karma's whip that
  got through to him...)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- Witness' Account, Pt.2 --

(1)
Lotta:
  When we broke into that
  room, all I could focus on
  was Maya.

(2)
Lotta:
  I was... uh, kinda scared of
  the dead body, so I didn't
  take a good look at it.

(3)
Lotta:
  I'm really bad when it comes
  to blood and ghosts and stuff.

(4)
Lotta:
  But I still managed to point
  my camera at Maya and take
  a shot!

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  Nothing sounds different
  from before...

Phoenix:
  (Some parts of her testimony
  were very vague.)

Phoenix:
  (I should press her on those
  sections!)

von Karma:
  Struggle all you like as you
  taste the bitterness of your
  defeat.

von Karma:
  Well, amuse me with your
  useless questions, Mr. Phoenix
  Wright. I'm waiting...

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CROSS EXAMINATION
-- Witness' Account, Pt.2 --

(1)
Lotta:
  When we broke into that
  room, all I could focus on
  was Maya.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       So, what did she look like?

     Lotta:
       Ya know, she looked almost
       like a different person.

     Judge:
       A... A different person?

     von Karma:
       She may have seemed like a
       different person, however, she
       was still Maya Fey.

     von Karma:
       We have already made
       that point abundantly
       clear!

     Judge:
       Yes, that is true...

     Judge:
       Well, then, Ms. Hart.
       Did you happen to
       see anything else?

(2)
Lotta:
  I was... uh, kinda scared of
  the dead body, so I didn't
  take a good look at it.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Then perhaps that body was
       not Dr. Grey's at all!

     Lotta:
       Eh!?
       W-Well...
       I reckon that's possible...

     von Karma:
       *OBJECTION!*

     von Karma:
       If the body inside that room
       was not that of Dr. Grey,

     von Karma:
       then whose body was it,
       Mr. Phoenix Wright!?

     Phoenix:
       Well, what if it was that of
       Maya Fey after the channeling?
       Or maybe --

     Phoenix:
       Oww!

     von Karma:
       Foolish fool spouting foolish
       foolishness, just as I expect
       of a foolish fool such as you.

     von Karma:
       If that were the case, then
       that would mean that Maya
       Fey is, in fact, dead.

     von Karma:
       And that would make the
       defendant's chair quite a
       lonely place, wouldn't it!?

     Phoenix:
       (Urk... Sorry, Maya...)

     Lotta:
       Are y'all done here?
       Can I continue?

(3)
Lotta:
  I'm really bad when it comes
  to blood and ghosts and stuff.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       And even knowing that, you
       still persist in being a
       paranormal photographer?

     Lotta:
       That's why I'm getting out of
       this here business.

     Lotta:
       This gal's gonna get the dirt
       on the stars and be a tabloid
       photographer from now on!

     Phoenix:
       (She goes through jobs faster
       than a baby through diapers.)

     Phoenix:
       Wah!

     von Karma:
       Mr. Phoenix Wright.

     von Karma:
       Would it kill you to stay on
       topic for a change?

     Judge:
       Well? Would it, Mr. Wright?

     Phoenix:
       (Nice, tag-teamed in stereo.
       Guess I should be grateful
       it's not in 5.1...)

(4)
Lotta:
  But I still managed to point
  my camera at Maya and take
  a shot!

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Two, right?

     Lotta:
       T-Two what?

     Phoenix:
       Two shots.

     Phoenix:
       You took two shots.

     CONTINUE TO THE NEXT PART

--------------------------------------------

Mia:
  There must be something
  we can use in her testimony
  just now.

Mia:
  We must find it!
  At all costs...

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Judge:
  But... Only one has been
  submitted as evidence!

Phoenix:
  Ms. Hart! Where is the other
  picture you have been
  withholding!?

Lotta:
  No, no, no!
  You've got it all wrong!
  It's not me!

Lotta:
  I-I didn't mean anything bad!
  I know I can be a little mean,
  but I ain't evil!

Phoenix:
  (Well, at least she knows
  herself...)

Judge:
  Then why have you not shown
  this "other picture" to this
  court yet?

Lotta:
  Well, ain't it obvious!?
  That prosecutor woman told
  me to shut my trap about it!

Phoenix:
  W-What!?

Phoenix:
  V...

Phoenix:
  Von Karma!!

Judge:
  M-M-Ms. von Karma!
  Y-Y-You... You're hiding
  critical evidence...!

von Karma:
  ...

Phoenix:
  (Unforgivable, Von Karma.)

Phoenix:
  (Suppressing evidence like
  this... You're as bad as your
  father!)

*** Confront Franziska *********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Your Honor! The defense asks
*   that Prosecutor von Karma be
*   held in contempt of court!
*
* Judge:
*   Hmm...
*   Well, yes...
*
* von Karma:
*   Me? In contempt of court!?
*
* von Karma:
*   You can't be serious.
*
* Phoenix:
*   But... But you hid evidence
*   from the court... On purpose!
*   That's... That's...
*
* Phoenix:
*   That's not fair!
*
* Mia:
*   P-Phoenix!!
*   Are you a lawyer or
*   a school child?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Ack! I was so angry I
*   lost my composure...)
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** Leave it to the Judge ******************
*
* Phoenix:
*   (...Argh! I'm so mad that even
*   my throat's clenching up!)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I'd better let the Judge
*   handle this...)
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Judge:
  Ms. von Karma.
  Would you care to explain
  yourself to this court?

von Karma:
  I thought this picture was not
  important, and thus, felt no
  need to submit it. That's all.

Phoenix:
  H-How could you think...!?

von Karma:
  The pictures were more or
  less the same, so why bother
  with the second?

von Karma:
  I mean, it's just so much more
  trouble than it's worth for me
  to submit this as evidence.

Phoenix:
  "M-More trouble that it's
  worth!?" How... How can you
  say that!?

von Karma:
  If you want to see it that
  badly, I'll submit it.

*Lotta's Photo 2 added to the
Court Record.*

Judge:
  ...

Judge:
  Wh-What is...?
  What is this picture!?

von Karma:
  It's obviously the second
  picture the witness took that
  day at the scene of the crime.

von Karma:
  Well, it's a little off
  center. But that's what you
  get with a nervous amateur.

Judge:
  Well, I think the important
  point here is the person
  in this picture!

Judge:
  This is most definitely
  NOT Maya Fey!

Judge:
  What is the meaning of this!?

Phoenix:
  (This might be the break
  I was looking for...)

Phoenix:
  (Now, should I or should I
  not insist that the person in
  this picture is not Maya?)

*** Drop the issue *************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...
*   (It's no good. We've been
*   through this so many times...)
*
* Judge:
*   This is not like you,
*   Mr. Wright!
*   Why are you not objecting!?
*
* Judge:
*   The person in this photo
*   is clearly not the defendant
*   and yet...
*
* von Karma:
*   Ha ha ha...
*
* von Karma:
*   There is no way he can raise
*   an objection and hope to live.
*
* Judge:
*   Explain yourself!
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** Insist it's not Maya *******************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Your Honor!
*
* Phoenix:
*   As you can plainly see,
*   the person in the picture
*   is not Maya Fey!
*
* Judge:
*   Y-Yes, I see that...
*
* Judge:
*   It's not just her face!
*   Her whole body has taken
*   on a different appearance!
*
* Phoenix:
*   There is only one conclusion
*   that can be drawn, then.
*
* Phoenix:
*   That somehow, this other
*   person snuck in and traded
*   places with the defendant!
*
* Judge:
*   Order! Order! Order!!
*
* Judge:
*   Well, yes, I believe you are
*   correct, Mr. Wright!
*
* Judge:
*   The person who was inside
*   the Channeling Chamber was
*   not Maya Fey!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Mia! We did it!
*
* Mia:
*   ...You're too soft.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Huh?
*
* Mia:
*   You're softer than Aunt
*   Morgan's strawberry
*   desserts, Phoenix.
*
* Mia:
*   Take a look at Prosecutor
*   von Karma's face.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (S-She's... smiling...!?)
*
* von Karma:
*   I think you had better
*   continue to worry,
*   Mr. Phoenix Wright.
*
* Judge:
*   M-Ms. von Karma!
*   What do you mean by that?
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

von Karma:
  Your Honor. I would like for
  you to take a look at this
  picture.

von Karma:
  This was taken yesterday
  at the Detention Center's
  Visitor's Room.

von Karma:
  This is Mr. Phoenix Wright
  and the defendant, Maya
  Fey during his visit...

Judge:
  Maya Fey?

Judge:
  But... Isn't this a totally
  different person!?

von Karma:
  She looks this way because
  she is obviously in the middle
  of channeling a spirit!

Judge:
  It's unbelievable...
  That she can...

von Karma:
  However, it is true.

von Karma:
  When Maya Fey is in that
  state, she physically changes
  into the person she's calling!

Judge:
  ...

Mia:
  I wonder if she knows
  what she's doing...

Phoenix:
  (M-Mia!)

Mia:
  Taking pictures of someone
  during a private visit is
  illegal.

Mia:
  That picture can't be
  submitted as evidence.

von Karma:
  ...

von Karma:
  Obviously, this picture is
  illegal.

von Karma:
  But I never intended to submit
  it as evidence in the first
  place!

Phoenix:
  (Wh-What is she...?)

von Karma:
  From the moment I showed
  this picture to the court,
  this case became all mine.

von Karma:
  After all, this image has now
  been forever burned into the
  judge's mind.

Judge:
  ...

Phoenix:
  (I... I don't have even a
  single witty line...)

Mia:
  It looks like we've been had.

Judge:
  I don't claim to understand
  this, and I still cannot
  believe it...

Judge:
  Are you saying that this
  person... this person is
  the defendant, Maya Fey!?

Phoenix:
  (If I give up here, the trial
  will end!)

Phoenix:
  (But... If I slip up and say
  something wrong, it will
  cost me...)

Phoenix:
  (Is there any way I can
  prove that the person in
  this picture is not Maya!?)

xxx I can't prove it. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   (It's no good! My argument
x   doesn't hold any water!)
x
x Judge:
x   I see the defense is staying
x   silent on this one.
x
x Phoenix:
x   ...Yes... Your Honor...
x
x von Karma:
x   And to think. I even gave you
x   this chance to prove your
x   point for free.
x
x von Karma:
x   But you couldn't even point
x   yourself out in a line-up!
x
x Judge:
x   Hmm... Yes...
x
x Judge:
x   Well, then. I believe we have
x   reached a conclusion.
x
x Mia:
x   Phoenix!
x
x Phoenix:
x   Y-Yes?
x
x Mia:
x   You can't give up!
x   Please, for me?
x
x Mia:
x   Take a look at the Court
x   Record again and try to find
x   some way out of this jam!
x
x Phoenix:
x   Yeah... Some way...
x
x Mia:
x   The judge is about to close
x   the trial. You can't let that
x   happen!
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Argh... It's come down to
x   this!)
x
x Phoenix:
x   Your Honor!
x
x Phoenix:
x   Within this picture lies a
x   critical contradiction to all
x   the testimony up until now.
x
x Judge:
x   What is it, now, Mr. Wright!?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Please! Please let me explain!
x
x CONTINUE
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*** I can prove it. ************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Your Honor!
*
* Judge:
*   Oh! The fire has returned to
*   your eyes, I see.
*
* Phoenix:
*   This picture...
*
* Phoenix:
*   Within this picture lies a
*   critical contradiction to all
*   the testimony up until now.
*
* Judge:
*   A contradiction!?
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

von Karma:
  So, you think you've spotted
  a problem with this picture?
  Then earn your keep.

von Karma:
  Why don't you point out
  exactly what is so strange
  in this picture for the court?

xxx Present the face xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Phoenix:
x   Please direct your attention
x   here!
x
x Judge:
x   ...T-To her... face?
x
x Phoenix:
x   With your own two eyes, you
x   can clearly see that this face
x   does not belong to Maya Fey!
x
x von Karma:
x   *OBJECTION!*
x
x von Karma:
x   Fool!
x
x von Karma:
x   Do you even know what
x   you're talking about anymore!?
x
x Phoenix:
x   AAAH!
x
x Phoenix:
x   THAT HURT!
x
x von Karma:
x   Didn't we just finish
x   discussing that her appearance
x   changes during channeling!?
x
x Lotta:
x   I know you ain't no dummy, so
x   don't think yer foolin' no one
x   here!
x
x Judge:
x   There is a limit to
x   everything, Mr. Wright.
x   And that includes patience!
x
x Mia:
x   Phoenix! You have to think
x   before you speak! You can't
x   just blurt out any old thing.
x
x Maya:
x   ...Nick! You're supposed to
x   be helping me!
x
x Phoenix:
x   (*cringe* Even Maya's mad at
x   me now...
x   I have to focus!)
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

xxx Present anywhere else xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x 
x Phoenix:
x   The contradiction lies...
x   Here!
x
x Judge:
x   ...You don't sound very sure
x   of yourself, Mr. Wright.
x
x Phoenix:
x   Excuse me, but can you really
x   tell me how much confidence
x   I have in this!?
x
x von Karma:
x   Hmph!
x
x von Karma:
x   What is with that attitude!?
x
x Phoenix:
x   AAAH!
x
x Phoenix:
x   THAT HURT!
x
x von Karma:
x   Didn't we just finish
x   discussing that her appearance
x   changes during channeling!?
x
x Lotta:
x   I know you ain't no dummy, so
x   don't think yer foolin' no one
x   here!
x
x Judge:
x   There is a limit to
x   everything, Mr. Wright.
x   And that includes patience!
x
x Mia:
x   Phoenix! You have to think
x   before you speak! You can't
x   just blurt out any old thing.
x
x Maya:
x   ...Nick! You're supposed to
x   be helping me!
x
x Phoenix:
x   (*cringe* Even Maya's mad at
x   me now...
x   I have to focus!)
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present the left hand sleeve*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  Please direct your attention
  here!

Judge:
  ...T-To the sleeve?

Judge:
  But... But there isn't
  anything odd about it...

Phoenix:
  And that is exactly what is
  so odd.

Phoenix:
  Something that should be there
  is suddenly missing.

von Karma:
  "Should be there"...?

von Karma:
  Aaaaah!

Phoenix:
  There was a bullet hole in
  the sleeve of the defendant's
  costume!

Phoenix:
  If that's the case, then it
  should be in this picture
  as well!

Judge:
  Ms. von Karma!!
  Y-You...

Judge:
  You intended to hide
  this valuable piece of
  evidence!?

von Karma:
  ...

Judge:
  You will most certainly be
  assigned a penalty for this!

Phoenix:
  (Alright. This should do
  some major damage to
  her argument...)

Mia:
  Don't celebrate yet.

Phoenix:
  You like to bring down
  the mood, don't you?

Mia:
  Take a look at Ms. von Karma's
  face.

Phoenix:
  (Argh! She's got that
  condescending grin plastered
  all over her face again.)

von Karma:
  ...Tsk, tsk, jumping the
  gun again, I see.
  Your Honor!

von Karma:
  I would like to extend an
  apology on behalf of those
  incompetent fools.

Judge:
  Wh-What do you mean?
  And what "incompetent
  fools"...?

von Karma:
  If those fools down at the
  precinct hadn't missed the
  bullet hole,

von Karma:
  I would have gotten a report
  about it.

von Karma:
  As I didn't, I could not have
  known that this picture was
  of any value to this case.

Judge:
  Hmm, I see...

Phoenix:
  (She's lying through her
  teeth! I know it!)

Phoenix:
  (That woman knew about
  everything! The bullet hole,
  the picture -- everything!)

Mia:
  But you can't prove that.

Mia:
  Franziska von Karma's idea
  of a "perfect case" is quite
  fascinating, don't you think?

von Karma:
  Your Honor.
  You need not worry.

von Karma:
  If you must assign a penalty,
  I'll personally make sure that
  detective gets what's coming.

von Karma:
  I'm sure there will be a great
  gnashing of teeth at the
  next salary discussion.

Phoenix:
  (Poor Gumshoe...)

Judge:
  In any case, this is a very
  big problem!

Judge:
  When the defendant was taken
  into custody, her costume had
  a bullet hole in its sleeve.

Judge:
  However, from this photo, it
  would appear that right after
  the shooting, there was none!

von Karma:
  ...

Mia:
  The judge is confused by
  this strange twist of events.

Mia:
  This is your chance, Phoenix!
  Load all you've got into this
  one shot, alright!?

Phoenix:
  Got it!
  (Watch this, Maya!)

Phoenix:
  Your Honor!

Phoenix:
  There is only one logical
  explanation for the
  contradiction!

xxx This picture is a fake. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   The fact that the defendant's
x   costume has a bullet hole in
x   its sleeve is a fact!
x
x Phoenix:
x   Which can only mean one thing.
x
x Phoenix:
x   That this picture is a fake!
x
x Judge:
x   Wh-What!?
x
x Lotta:
x   Hey!
x
x Lotta:
x   You callin' me a forger now!?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Well, no, not you exactly...
x   Well, not per se...
x
x Lotta:
x   Oh no ya don't! Don't you be
x   scratchin' yer head with that
x   goofy smile like some monkey!
x
x Lotta:
x   Now, why do ya think I'd do
x   somethin' that nasty!?
x   C'mon now!
x
x Mia:
x   Phoenix! Use your brain
x   for a change!
x
x Phoenix:
x   S-Sorry, Chief...
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

xxx The bullet hole was made later. xxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   There is only one explanation
x   for why there is no hole in
x   the sleeve in the picture!
x
x Phoenix:
x   The hole was created much
x   later, after the murder took
x   place!
x
x Judge:
x   A-After the murder!?
x
x Lotta:
x   Hey!
x
x Lotta:
x   Those two gunshots we heard
x   were before we broke in, or
x   did ya forget!?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Hmm... I-Is that how it went?
x
x von Karma:
x   The pistol fired only two
x   shots. No more, no less.
x
x Judge:
x   You do know how to count,
x   right?
x
x Mia:
x   Phoenix! What are you doing!?
x   Try it one more time!
x
x Phoenix:
x   Y-Yes, Chief...
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*** The shooter is someone else. ***********
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  The defendant's sleeve
  had a bullet hole in it.

Phoenix:
  However, this person
  clearly does not.

Phoenix:
  There can be only one
  explanation.

Phoenix:
  The person who shot Dr. Grey
  was not the defendant, but a
  different person altogether!

von Karma:
  Wha-Whaaaat!?

Judge:
  Order! Order! Order!

Judge:
  If order is not restored,
  I will suspend this trial!

Judge:
  Oww!

Phoenix:
  Aah!

Lotta:
  Why me!?

von Karma:
  The defense's... The defense's
  argument is a complete mess!

Phoenix:
  A complete mess?
  I fail to see how!
  Please, enlighten us.

von Karma:
  Hey, witness!

Lotta:
  Aah!

Lotta:
  What the heck!?
  Is that any way to ask a gal
  a favor!?

von Karma:
  Be quiet you!

von Karma:
  You were the one who said
  it was only the two of them
  when you entered the room!

Lotta:
  Well, ya know...

von Karma:
  If you were lying, I swear
  that my whip will be the
  last thing you see!

Lotta:
  L-Look, sis...
  You're lookin' mighty scary
  so why don't we say you...

Lotta:
  Waah!

Lotta:
  I-I swear! I wasn't lyin'
  or nothin'!

Lotta:
  There wasn't anyone
  else in there! Honest!

von Karma:
  You see!
  Now riddle me this,
  Mr. Phoenix Wright!?

von Karma:
  Where did the defendant
  vanish to!?

von Karma:
  And where did this other woman
  appear from!?

Phoenix:
  Umm...
  (Why is it lately, all I want
  to do is cry...?)

Judge:
  Well, if the person in this
  picture is not the defendant,

Judge:
  then this poses 2 very
  big questions.

Judge:
  First, where did the defendant
  vanish to, and second, where
  did this person come from?

von Karma:
  That's right!
  Now hurry up and answer,
  Mr. Phoenix Wright!

Mia:
  Come on! You can't fall apart
  here, Phoenix Wright!

Phoenix:
  (I can't believe that even
  Mia's calling me by my
  full name...)

Phoenix:
  (But... I mean... How am I
  supposed to prove something
  like this!?)

von Karma:
  Had enough yet, Mr. Phoenix
  Wright?

von Karma:
  Or do you think you have
  enough in you to turn things
  around even now!?

Phoenix:
  (To "turn things around"...)

Phoenix:
  (That's right. Mia would
  always turn things around
  and change her perspective!)

Mia:
  Phoenix...?

Phoenix:
  (So, where did this intruder
  appear from, and where did
  Maya disappear to?)

Phoenix:
  (I need to look at this
  situation from a different
  angle!)

Phoenix:
  (Let's see...)

Phoenix:
  (What if before we broke in,
  the third person was already
  in the room...)

Phoenix:
  (And what if Maya had left
  that room somehow...)

Phoenix:
  (If I could prove that either
  one of those conditions were
  true...)

Judge:
  Mr. Wright.
  Let's hear what you've come
  up with.

Phoenix:
  I think what happened before
  we forced our way into the
  Channeling Chamber is...

*** a 3rd person had entered it. ***********
*
* Phoenix:
*   Your Honor! I would like to
*   present some evidence!
*
* Phoenix:
*   I have proof that there was
*   someone else in the room
*   before the murder took place!
*
* xxx Present anything xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
* x
* x Phoenix:
* x   *TAKE THAT!*
* x
* x Phoenix:
* x   Please take a good look at
* x   this!
* x
* x Judge:
* x   ...Okay...
* x
* x von Karma:
* x   I've already seen it.
* x
* x Phoenix:
* x   Thank you.
* x
* x Judge:
* x   And?
* x   What is the purpose of this
* x   item?
* x
* x Phoenix:
* x   Don't you see, Your Honor?
* x
* x von Karma:
* x   I don't think you actually
* x   see what you are doing.
* x
* x Phoenix:
* x   ...
* x   *sigh*
* x
* x Judge:
* x   I think it is the court that
* x   should be sighing at you,
* x   Mr. Wright.
* x
* x Phoenix:
* x   (Ouch, that stung...)
* x
* x *** Present another piece ******************
* x *
* x * RETURN TO QUESTION
* x *
* x ********************************************
* x
* x *** Think it over again ********************
* x *
* x * Phoenix:
* x *   (I think the way I'm going
* x *   about this is all wrong...)
* x *
* x * Phoenix:
* x *   (I have to start over and try
* x *   to think about things in a
* x *   different manner...)
* x *
* x * RETURN TO THE QUESTION BEFORE IT
* x *
* x ********************************************
* x
* xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
*
********************************************

*** Maya had left the room. ****************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Maya had left the Channeling
*   Chamber at some point!
*
* Phoenix:
*   And the defense can prove
*   this!
*
* von Karma:
*   Oh, how a foolish fool makes
*   a foolish face while dreaming
*   foolishly foolish dreams.
*
* von Karma:
*   Maya Fey was being looked
*   after by her aunt, Morgan Fey.
*
* von Karma:
*   The chances of her leaving
*   the crime scene is lower
*   than that Detective's salary!
*
* Judge:
*   Anyway, let's see some
*   evidence.
*
* Judge:
*   Prove that from the murder
*   until the time of arrest, the
*   defendant had left the room.
*
* xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
* x
* x Phoenix:
* x   *TAKE THAT!*
* x 
* x Phoenix:
* x   The evidence you're looking
* x   for is... this?
* x
* x Judge:
* x   ...
* x
* x Lotta:
* x   Why the heck is there a "?"
* x   at the end there for!?
* x
* x Phoenix:
* x   Well, actually, I'm not really
* x   sure about this evidence,
* x   you know...?
* x
* x Judge:
* x   Next time, only present
* x   evidence you actually
* x   do have faith in.
* x
* x Phoenix:
* x   (Oww... That burned...)
* x
* x *** Present another piece ******************
* x *
* x * RETURN TO QUESTION
* x *
* x ********************************************
* x
* x *** Think it over again ********************
* x *
* x * Phoenix:
* x *   (I think the way I'm going
* x *   about this is all wrong...)
* x *
* x * Phoenix:
* x *   (I have to start over and try
* x *   to think about things in a
* x *   different manner...)
* x *
* x * RETURN TO THE QUESTION BEFORE IT
* x *
* x ********************************************
* x
* xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
*
* *** Present Black Key **********************
* *
* * CONTINUE TO THE NEXT PART
* *
* ********************************************
*
********************************************

*** something I can't explain yet. *********
*
* Phoenix:
*   I'm sorry, but I simply can't.
*
* von Karma:
*   Y-You see!?
*
* von Karma:
*   And the reason is quite
*   simple. Because there is
*   no explanation. That's why!
*
* Judge:
*   Hmm...
*   As I thought. Another big
*   waste of this court's time.
*
* Mia:
*   Phoenix! You can't just give
*   up like that!
*
* Phoenix:
*   But Mia!
*
* Mia:
*   Rethink things one more
*   time! There has to be an
*   explanation!
*
* von Karma:
*   I'm already "perfect".
*   So of course, my conclusions
*   are also "perfect".
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Grr... Alright, Wright. Calm
*   down and let's try this
*   one more time!)
*
* RETURN TO QUESTION
*
********************************************

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Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  Ms. Hart.
  Do you remember this key?

Lotta:
  Um... Well, I've seen it...
  Hey! That's the Channeling
  Chamber key, right?

Lotta:
  Before the channeling started,
  Maya locked the door from
  the inside with that...

von Karma:
  The defendant herself locked
  the door...?

Lotta:
  Yeah! That's why we all
  couldn't get the door open.

Lotta:
  That key's the only one of
  its kind, after all.

Judge:
  Oh... One of a kind, you say?

von Karma:
  ...!

von Karma:
  Wait...
  Mr. Phoenix Wright...

Phoenix:
  Yes?
  (It looks like she's catching
  on...)

von Karma:
  I'm afraid to ask, but...

von Karma:
  Why is that key currently
  in your possession?

Judge:
  Huh? What do you mean?

Phoenix:
  If Maya Fey locked herself
  in, then the key should have
  been with her.

Judge:
  Yes, agreed.

Phoenix:
  However, she did not have
  the key at the time of her
  arrest!

Lotta:
  Aah!
  Well, ain't that a kick!

Lotta:
  So how come you're holdin'
  it!?

Phoenix:
  I got this as a present from
  a certain little girl.

Phoenix:
  And that little girl was
  nowhere near the crime
  scene at the time!

von Karma:
  Th-Th-That's preposterous!

Phoenix:
  This means that Maya Fey
  must have left the room!

Phoenix:
  If she had not, then I would
  not be holding this key
  you see before you!

von Karma:
  N-Nooooooo!

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Judge:
  It seems we have come to an
  impasse.

Judge:
  This picture has clearly
  captured the face of the
  murderer.

Judge:
  However, is this person the
  defendant or not?

Judge:
  The defense is arguing that
  this person is not the
  defendant.

Judge:
  Furthermore, as proof, this
  key has been submitted as
  evidence.

Judge:
  Ms. von Karma.

von Karma:
  How. Can. This. Be!?

Judge:
  At this point in time,
  a verdict on the defendant
  is not possible.

von Karma:
  My perfect case!
  How is there a flaw
  in my perfect case!

von Karma:
  Don't think you've won yet,
  Mr. Phoenix Wright!

von Karma:
  I am a prodigy!
  I have never lost a case!

von Karma:
  And I don't intend to lose
  here in this courtroom to
  a fool like you!

von Karma:
  I don't care what I have to
  do... I will get my guilty
  verdict!

Judge:
  That's enough!
  If you would like to
  continue, do so in the lobby.

Judge:
  Court will reconvene tomorrow
  at 10 AM.

Judge:
  That is all.
  Court is adjourned.

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June 21, 1:32 PM
District Court
Defendant Lobby No. 3

Maya:
  Woooow!
  That was you Pearly!?
  You summoned my sis!?

Pearl:
  Yes. I felt I had no choice...

Maya:
  Great going, Pearly!
  I knew you were special!
  Hey, Nick, did you know?

Phoenix:
  (...Umm, yeah. It's not like
  anyone else in there could
  have done that.)

Maya:
  Hmm, Nick...

Maya:
  I know you're trying really
  hard and all, but...

Maya:
  I really don't remember ever
  leaving that room.

Pearl:
  And I don't think that
  a third person...

Pearl:
  could have gone into
  that room.

Phoenix:
  Y-Yeah...

Phoenix:
  Well, at least we have until
  tomorrow to figure things
  out.

Phoenix:
  Like, what happened in that
  room, for instance.

Maya:
  Yeah.
  I'm counting on you!

Pearl:
  Ah...
  I envy the two of you...

Maya:
  Oh, by the way, Nick.

Maya:
  Do you think you could
  take Pearly back home for
  me?

Phoenix:
  Sure.

Phoenix:
  Alright, Pearls. You ready to
  go buy some tickets?

Pearl:
  Huh? A tik-ket?

Phoenix:
  (Poor thing... So sheltered.)


                                             To be continued.
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                              Part 3: Investigation                      [0424]
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June 21, 3:24 PM
Kurain Village

Pearl:
  Thank you very much for
  bringing me home, Mr. Nick.

Phoenix:
  You're welcome. I had to come
  and look into a few things
  here today anyway.

Pearl:
  Um...
  I thought about this a little.

Phoenix:
  ?

Pearl:
  If Mystic Maya didn't kill
  that nice man...

Phoenix:
  She definitely didn't!

Pearl:
  Yes, of course.

Pearl:
  But if she didn't...
  Then someone else did, right?

Pearl:
  Um, that "murderer" person!

Phoenix:
  Yes, Pearls.

Pearl:
  Oh... I see...

Phoenix:
  (I wonder what's wrong...
  She seems sad...)

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Phone booth ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's an old-style phone booth.
+   I can't say it fits in with
+   this area too well.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I called the police from this
+   phone.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO PEARL)
---------------

>>> Today's trial >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So, what did you think
>   of seeing your first trial?
>
> Pearl:
>   I was really surprised!
>
> Pearl:
>   I had never seen so many
>   people before!
>
> Phoenix:
>   O-Oh...
>
> Pearl:
>   And Mystic Maya looked so
>   small... and helpless.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Well, Maya's already
>   naturally short, so...)
>
> Pearl:
>   And then, that snobby woman
>   with the ruffly clothes...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Ruffly... Oh, she means
>   Franziska...)
>
> Pearl:
>   She had such a bad attitude!
>
> Pearl:
>   She acted like she had already
>   decided that Mystic Maya did
>   it...
>
> Pearl:
>   I am going to tell her
>   what I think of her
>   tomorrow!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (I wouldn't miss tomorrow's
>   trial for the world...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Prosecutors >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Pearl:
>   Why was that woman bullying
>   Mystic Maya?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Well, she's the opposite of a
>   lawyer -- a prosecutor, so her
>   job is to prove people guilty.
>
> Phoenix:
>   They don't care if someone's
>   innocent. All they care about
>   is if they win.
>
> Pearl:
>   Th-That's terrible!
>
> Pearl:
>   B-But... She's really a good
>   prosecutor with a heart on
>   the inside, right?
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...
>
> Phoenix:
>   There's no one like that.
>   All prosecutors are the same.
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Well, "he" might have become
>   a good guy... Eventually...
>
> Pearl:
>   "He"?
>   Who are you talking about,
>   Mr. Nick?
>
> Pearl:
>   Is it that person Mystic Maya
>   was talking about?
>   Mr. Eh-ji-werth...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...That was a long time ago.
>   He's not around anymore...
>
> Pearl:
>   Huh?
>
> Phoenix:
>   He clutched onto his foolish
>   pride too fiercely...
>   and died for it.
>
> Pearl:
>   O-Oh... That's too bad...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> The murderer >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   By the way...
>
> Pearl:
>   Yes? What is it?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um, you wouldn't happen to
>   know anything about who
>   the murderer is... would you?
>
> Pearl:
>   Wh-Why are you asking me!?
>
> Phoenix:
>   No, I was just thinking
>   earlier...
>
> Pearl:
>   I didn't see anything!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (She "didn't see anything",
>   huh...?)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Speaking of that... During
>   the murder...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (where was Pearls, and what
>   was she doing...?)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (And on top of that...
>   This key...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Just when did she pick
>   this up...?)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Pearl's alibi >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   I just realized that I never
>   asked you what you were doing
>   at the time of the crime.
>
> Pearl:
>   ...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Pearls, where were you and
>   what were you doing when
>   the murder happened?
>
> Pearl:
>   Ah...!
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...?
>
> Pearl:
>   Wh-What I-I w-was doing?
>
> Pearl:
>   Ah, I-I w-wasn't d-doing
>   a-anything!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (She's really bad at lying...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   You can whisper it to me.
>   I won't tell anyone else.
>   I promise.
>
> *2 PSYCHE-LOCKS*
>
> Phoenix:
>   Aah!
>
> Pearl:
>   ...
>
> Pearl:
>   Um... I guess you can see
>   through my lie, huh?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Yeah... Clearly.
>
> Pearl:
>   I can't lie to you, can I,
>   Mr. Nick?
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

(After the Psyche-Locks appeared)

>>> Pearl's alibi >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   You really won't tell me what
>   you were doing at the time of
>   the murder...?
>
> *2 PSYCHE-LOCKS*
>
> Pearl:
>   I'm sorry...
>
> Phoenix:
>   But with the Magatama, I can
>   unlock your Psyche-Locks,
>   right?
>
> Pearl:
>   Yes...
>   Ah, what should I do...?
>
> Pearl:
>   Should I tell you what my
>   secret is...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   (If you would just tell me,
>   it would be easier for the
>   both of us...)
>
> Pearl:
>   I'm so nervous...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Pearls is holding the key
>   to this whole case!
>   I can feel it!)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (...Speaking of keys, this one
>   turned out to be quite
>   important too...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (I didn't think it would
>   literally be the "key"
>   to today's trial.)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO PEARL)
------------------

*** Attorney's Badge ***********************
*
* Pearl:
*   So... that's a lawyer's Sacred
*   Treasure?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Huh?
*
* Pearl:
*   I feel like it has a
*   mysterious power,
*   just like my Magatama...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Hmm, well, I guess I can let
*   her think what she wants on
*   this one...)
*
********************************************

*** Folding Screen *************************
*
* Pearl:
*   So you like things about
*   spirit channeling too?
*
* Pearl:
*   The Kurain Sacred Writings
*   are on this folding screen.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Oh? 
*   Is that what's written on it?
*
* Pearl:
*   There are six lines to the
*   Sacred Writings.
*
* Pearl:
*   Cleanse thy soul...
*   Open the door to the spiritual
*   realm beyond...
*
* Pearl:
*   Converse with the departed...
*   ...
*
* Pearl:
*   Cast on thyself Protection...
*   Maintain the spell...
*   Release the spell...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (So basically, this has
*   nothing to do with the
*   murder... Well, that's super.)
*
********************************************

*** Black Key ******************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   About this key, Pearls...
*
* Phoenix:
*   You found it on the day of the
*   murder, right?
*
* Pearl:
*   Yes.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Now, where you found this
*   key is very important.
*
* Phoenix:
*   So, please tell me, Pearl.
*   Where did you find this?
*
* Pearl:
*   Um... I found it in the
*   incinerator...
*
* Phoenix:
*   The incinerator?
*   (Hmm, is she talking about
*   the one in the garden?)
*
* Pearl:
*   The door on it was a little
*   open, so I took a peek...
*
* Phoenix:
*   When was that?
*
* Pearl:
*   It was after the channeling,
*   when everyone was in a panic.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Hmm...
*
* Pearl:
*   Um...
*   Mr. Nick?
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...?
*   Yes?
*
* Pearl:
*   Are you going to tell my
*   mother?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Huh? You mean, tell Morgan
*   what you did?
*
* Pearl:
*   Yes. If she finds out that I
*   was playing in the left-over
*   trash,
*
* Pearl:
*   I'll get a spanking.
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...Ah, gotcha.
*   Well, let's keep it a secret
*   from her then, alright?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Hmm, the incinerator, huh?
*   Sounds like a good place to
*   search next...)
*
********************************************

*** Knife **********************************
*
* Pearl:
*   I've seen this knife before.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Really!?
*   Where!?
*
* Pearl:
*   M-My kitchen...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Oh... That's right...
*   This knife belongs to
*   the Feys...)
*
* Pearl:
*   I'll skin and cut up some
*   apples for you later,
*   Mr. Nick!
*
* Phoenix:
*   O-OK... Thanks.
*
********************************************

*** Maya's Costume *************************
*
* Pearl:
*   Th-That's Mystic Maya's!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Ack!! I shouldn't have shown
*   her something this violent...)
*
* Pearl:
*   I-I-Is that...
*   Blood!?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Umm... It's nothing. Really.
*   Just forget your ever
*   saw this, okay?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (What was I thinking?
*   I can't show stuff like
*   this to a child.)
*
********************************************

*** Lotta's Photo 1 or 2 *******************
*
* Phoenix:
*   (On second thought, showing
*   her this picture might cause
*   severe trauma...)
*
* Pearl:
*   ...?
*
********************************************

*** Mia Fey profile ************************
*
* Pearl:
*   I knew her for a little while.
*
* Pearl:
*   Mystic Mia was your teacher,
*   right?
*
* Pearl:
*   I'm sure she was a great
*   Master of Lawyers.
*
* Phoenix:
*   ("Master of Lawyers"...
*   I guess...? I mean, it's
*   not exactly a martial art...)
*
* Pearl:
*   You should keep training,
*   Mr. Nick.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Y-Yeah, you're probably right.
*
********************************************

*** Pearl Fey profile **********************
*
* Pearl:
*   To tell you the truth, I
*   really want to grow my hair
*   out, just like Mystic Maya.
*
* Pearl:
*   But my mother wouldn't let me.
*
* Phoenix:
*   I think your hair now suits
*   you perfectly.
*
* Pearl:
*   R-Really?
*   Th-Thank you!
*
* Pearl:
*   *fidget, fidget*
*
* Phoenix:
*   *fidget, fidget*
*
********************************************

*** Franziska von Karma profile ************
*
* Pearl:
*   Ah!
*   This person!
*
* Pearl:
*   I can't let her get away
*   with bullying Mystic Maya
*   like that!
*
* Pearl:
*   I'm going to cast a curse on
*   her!
*
* Phoenix:
*   C-Can spirit mediums really
*   do that...?
*
* Pearl:
*   ...
*   Actually, no, I guess not...
*
* Pearl:
*   Grr...
*   I have to find something
*   I can do, then!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (When they're mad, the women
*   of the Fey family could give
*   Medusa a run for her money...)
*
********************************************

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June 21
Wright & Co. Law Offices

Phoenix:
  This case has had me out of
  the office most of the time...

Phoenix:
  I can come back tomorrow.
  Helping Maya should be my
  top priority now.

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Plant ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Charley.
+   A quite decorative plant.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   He's a handful, but I've
+   grown quite attached
+   to the little fella.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   He also helps me to
+   remember all the good
+   times with Mia.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

MOVE TO: "Detention Center"

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June 21
Detention Center
Visitor's Room

Phoenix:
  (Maya must still be in
  questioning...)

Phoenix:
  (She'll probably be done in a
  little bit, so I'll come back
  later...)

MOVE TO: "Meditation Room"

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June 21
Fey Manor
Meditation Room

Phoenix:
  (It's really empty...)

Phoenix:
  (There's supposed to
  be training held today,)

Phoenix:
  (but I guess it's already
  over...)

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Door +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   A door that leads to the
+   Channeling Chamber, the place
+   where spirits and people meet.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   The iron in this door was
+   tempered, making it very
+   solid.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   But I guess it wasn't
+   strong enough to withstand
+   The Phoenix!
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

MOVE TO: "Channeling Chamber"

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June 21
Fey Manor
Channeling Chamber

Phoenix:
  (...Hmm, looks like Morgan's
  here too, but she hasn't
  noticed me yet...)

Phoenix:
  (What is she doing...? She
  looks like she's talking to
  a picture...)

Morgan:
  ...Don't you see?
  Take a look around...

Morgan:
  Finally, my chance has come...

Morgan:
  I've waited for this day
  for so long!

Morgan:
  That's right...
  Prepare yourself,
  dear Misty...

Phoenix:
  (What in the...!?)

Morgan:
  Who's there!?

Morgan:
  ...Oh, if it isn't
  Mr. Wright...

Phoenix:
  Um... Just curious, but that
  picture you were just looking
  at...

Morgan:
  Oh, today was that event,
  was it not, good sir? I heard
  you did well.

Phoenix:
  Huh, oh, yes... Thank you.

Morgan:
  I am terribly sorry I could
  not attend the trial today.
  Please accept my apology.

Morgan:
  I had a previous engagement,
  as I had to watch over the
  trainees' training today.

Phoenix:
  (I get the sense she really
  doesn't want to talk about
  the picture...)

Morgan:
  All because the Master
  can't be here with us,
  you understand.

Morgan:
  And that is why a lowly
  branch family member such
  as myself must do this.

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Behind the folding screen ++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There is some empty space
+   behind the folding screen.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   The light of the candles can't
+   reach back there, so it's
+   completely dark.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There wasn't anyone back
+   here at the time of the
+   murder...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Or that's what Lotta testified
+   in court...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (I knew I should've taken a
+   look... I can always count on
+   Lotta to make things hard...)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO MORGAN)
----------------

>>> What happened >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Have you remembered
>   something about the murder?
>
> Morgan:
>   No, I told you everything
>   I know already.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Where you in this room the
>   whole time when Lotta and I
>   went to call the police?
>
> Morgan:
>   Yes, of course.
>   I was by Mystic Maya's
>   side the entire time.
>
> Morgan:
>   I performed the Spirit
>   Severing Technique and
>   held her in my arms afterward.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Hmm, you said that yesterday
>   as well. Did anything else
>   happen?
>
> Morgan:
>   I would like to say more did,
>   however that is all that
>   occurred.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Ah, I was really hoping for
>   some new info...)
>
> Morgan:
>   I suppose nothing happened
>   in the end, good sir. Sorry
>   to have played on your hopes.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Why do I feel like I was just
>   made fun of in the worse way
>   possible...?)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Training >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So do the students train
>   every day?
>
> Morgan:
>   Yes, absolutely.
>
> Morgan:
>   They were given a day off the
>   day after the murder, of
>   course, however...
>
> Phoenix:
>   And I assume both Maya
>   and Pearls went through this
>   training...?
>
> Morgan:
>   Mr. Wright!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Ack! Yes, yes!
>   (Wow, she got real scary,
>   real fast...)
>
> Morgan:
>   How many times must I tell
>   you before you understand,
>   good sir?
>
> Morgan:
>   They are to be addressed
>   as Mystic Maya and
>   Mystic Pearl.
>
> Phoenix:
>   S-Sorry...
>   I meant Mystic Maya and
>   Mystic Pearl...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Wait... I'm sorry, but
>   "Mystic" Pearl? Isn't that
>   going a bit too far...?
>
> Morgan:
>   Next question, please.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Oh man... She's really
>   being a pain in the
>   butt about this...)
>
> Morgan:
>   Please remember to watch not
>   only what you say, but how
>   you say it, good sir.
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> The Master >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So the Master is... um, Maya's
>   mother, right?
>
> Morgan:
>   ...Mystic Misty...
>   She is a brilliant medium.
>
> Phoenix:
>   And where is she now...?
>
> Morgan:
>   We are not sure.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Not sure?
>
> Morgan:
>   About 16 or 17 years ago,
>
> Morgan:
>   Mystic Misty failed at
>   channeling a certain spirit.
>
> Morgan:
>   And after that...
>   she simply disappeared.
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...
>
> Morgan:
>   I don't believe she will
>   return to this village, in
>   any case.
>
> Morgan:
>   And in four years' time, her
>   name will be forever erased
>   from this village.
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...Erased?
>
> Morgan:
>   A person who has been away
>   from the village for over 20
>   years is considered dead...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Oh, I see.
>
> Morgan:
>   And that is four years from
>   now for her.
>
> Morgan:
>   When that happens, a new
>   Master will be appointed
>   to Kurain Village.
>
> Phoenix:
>   And...?
>
> Morgan:
>   Mystic Maya was supposed
>   to become the next Master...
>
> Morgan:
>   However with this... murder,
>   I'm afraid...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (I must be imagining things...
>   I thought she was laughing to
>   herself for a second there...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO MORGAN)
-------------------

*** Folding Screen *************************
*
* Morgan:
*   There are six parts to the
*   Kurain Sacred Writings.
*
* Morgan:
*   To think that this valued
*   treasure of our village...
*
* Morgan:
*   and Mystic Maya were both
*   shot by a gun...
*
* Phoenix:
*   Well, that's...
*
* Morgan:
*   Even if it was something that
*   occured during a channeling,
*   it is an unforgivable act.
*
********************************************

*** Black Key ******************************
*
* Morgan:
*   This...
*   This is the key to this room!
*
* Phoenix:
*   That's right.
*
* Morgan:
*   B-But why do you have
*   it, good sir!?
*
* Phoenix:
*   That, I'm not telling.
*
* Morgan:
*   R-Return it at once!
*
* Phoenix:
*   I... I can't.
*   It's evidence, after all.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I think she knows exactly
*   how important this key is
*   to this murder...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (But what is this feeling I'm
*   getting from her? It feels...
*   Hmm... I can't describe it.)
*
********************************************

*** Maya's Costume *************************
*
* Morgan:
*   That is Mystic Maya's costume,
*   isn't it...?
*
* Morgan:
*   It's a shame. I never thought
*   anything like that would
*   happen to her...
*
* Phoenix:
*   But we don't know that it was
*   Maya that did it...
*
* Morgan:
*   Oh, poor Mystic Maya.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Do you ever listen to anyone
*   other than yourself?)
*
********************************************

*** Lotta's Photo 1 or 2 *******************
*
* Morgan:
*   That is Mystic Maya before
*   I applied the Spirit Severing
*   Technique...
*
* Morgan:
*   This picture... It was taken
*   without my express permission.
*
* Morgan:
*   I knew allowing a person like
*   her from the "Heartland" into
*   our contry was a bad idea.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (You do realize that the
*   "Heartland" is a part
*   of this country, right...?)
*
********************************************

*** Dr. Turner Grey profile ****************
*
* Phoenix:
*   About this person...
*
* Morgan:
*   Oh! It is that man,
*   is it not?
*
* Morgan:
*   A man who wishes to borrow
*   a departed spirit's power to
*   hide the lack of his own.
*
* Morgan:
*   What an insignificant man.
*   And see how pitifully he died.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Insignificant...?
*
* Morgan:
*   That would mean you are that
*   man's insignificant little
*   friend, dear sir.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Then I guess that makes
*   Maya my insignificant little
*   assistant, huh?)
*
********************************************

*** Mia Fey profile ************************
*
* Morgan:
*   ...Oh, my...
*   I think I may know of this
*   person from somewhere...
*
* Phoenix:
*   It's Mia.
*   You know, Maya's older sister?
*
* Morgan:
*   ...!
*   Aah!
*   Yes, that is who she is...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (...How could you forget a
*   daughter of the Master...!?)
*
* Morgan:
*   If memory serves, she became
*   a lawyer. Oh, how splendid
*   for her, don't you think?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (That soft, kind smile...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (It's the kind that tells you
*   a pair of devil horns are
*   not too far away...)
*
********************************************

*** Pearl Fey profile **********************
*
* Morgan:
*   Come to think of it, I don't
*   believe I have seen my child
*   today.
*
* Morgan:
*   Would you happen to know
*   where she is, good sir?
*
* Phoenix:
*   N-No, I wouldn't.
*
* Morgan:
*   Honestly! Take one day off
*   from training, and it is neigh
*   impossible to make it up.
*
* Morgan:
*   Good sir! I pray you are not
*   teaching her strange, fiendish
*   things in her time off!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Oh boy. Here comes her anger.
*   ...And we were having such a
*   civil conversation too...)
*
********************************************

*** Morgan Fey profile *********************
*
* Morgan:
*   Being born as one of the Fey
*   family, but of weak spiritual
*   power...
*
* Morgan:
*   It makes the people of this
*   village look down upon you,
*   you know?
*
* Phoenix:
*   I-I didn't know that...
*
* Morgan:
*   But I will be alright.
*   ...As long as I have Pearl.
*
* Morgan:
*   I am satisfied because
*   I have my Pearl.
*
********************************************

*** Anything else **************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   What do you think about this?
*
* Morgan:
*   I am terribly sorry, but
*
* Morgan:
*   I am afraid my spiritual
*   powers are not as strong as
*   you might think...
*
* Morgan:
*   I really am terribly sorry.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Um, but this has nothing
*   to do with your spiritual
*   power...)
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Winding Way"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 21
Fey Manor
Winding Way

Phoenix:
  (Looks like there's no one
  here...)

Phoenix:
  (And even though the weather
  is gorgeous today, it's
  raining inside my heart...)

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Side Room ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   That's the "Side Room".
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Looks like guests can use it
+   as a place to take a break
+   when they feel tired.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Urn ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's a really old urn.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There are the ashes of a
+   person long dead inside.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It looks like something with
+   a long history...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Other than that, it's not very
+   interesting, so time to move
+   on.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

MOVE TO: "Side Room"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 21
Fey Manor
Side Room

Phoenix:
  (The bedding is all laid out
  today too.)

Phoenix:
  (Guess I'll leave them alone
  for now...)

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Sliding door +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's still charming to see a
+   real sliding door like this
+   in person.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   From here, I can see the
+   Winding Way and the little
+   garden in the courtyard.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Bed on right +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   ...Excuse me...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   ...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (Who am I talking to?
+   There's no one here.)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Yellow box +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Hmm, I keep wondering about
+   this box.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I'm sure this wasn't here
+   before the murder took place.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It looks like a box for
+   storing clothes... But it's
+   pretty big for just clothes...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's mostly empty, but a few
+   folded pieces of channeling
+   costumes sit at the bottom.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*AFTER PRESENTING BLACK KEY TO PEARL*

MOVE TO: "Winding Way"

June 21
Fey Manor
Winding Way

Phoenix:
  (Hey, there's someone by
  the incinerator...)

Phoenix:
  (Ooh, looks like they've
  noticed me.)

Phoenix:
  (And are now running at top
  speed towards me...)

Ini:
  Oh, hey!
  *huff, huff*

Ini:
  Like,
  *huff, huff*
  You're that dentist guy.

Phoenix:
  Actually, it's Phoenix
  Wright, attorney at law.
  Nice to see you again.

Ini:
  Ooh, like, real suave.
  So, it's, like, my turn.
  It's nice to see you, too.

Phoenix:
  So, what's up?
  You're all out of breath...

Ini:
  L-Like, huh?
  Oh! Like you mean...

Ini:
  Like, I'm just totally happy
  and like, totally excited
  to be here.

Phoenix:
  Excited?

Ini:
  Like, I mean, there are so
  many things to, like, see!
  It's, like, the real deal here!

Phoenix:
  Oh, really?
  For example...?

Ini:
  For example...
  Like, that urn over there.
  Do you, like, know about it?

Phoenix:
  (All I see is an old,
  cracked piece of pottery...)

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Incinerator ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   That's right...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Pearls said she found this
+   key inside the incinerator.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I guess I should take a look
+   inside for myself...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   ...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Th-This... This is from
+   Maya's costume...!
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There's blood on it...
+   A tiny bit, but still...
+
+ *Cloth Scrap added to the
+ Court Record.*
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Incinerator (again) ++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   So, this piece of cloth was
+   burned in this incinerator.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   And this key was also
+   found in there.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Hmm, I get the feeling this
+   incinerator plays a crucial
+   part in this murder...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Urn  +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ *AFTER TALKING TO INI ABOUT
+ "Sacred Urn"*
+
+ Phoenix:
+   So there's a spirit in this
+   urn, huh? Hmm, all I see
+   are a bunch of cracks.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   But I guess maybe the spirit
+   could live in the space
+   between the cracks...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Hmm, looks like something's
+   written on it...
+   "I AM"? Huh? Weird...
+
+ *Sacred Urn added to the
+ Court Record.*
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO INI)
-------------

>>> Sacred urn >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Is there some sort of legend
>   connected with that urn?
>
> Ini:
>   Like, yeah!
>   It's, like, this village's
>   treasure!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Huh. Didn't know that.
>
> Ini:
>   And, like, it's sealed inside
>   that urn.
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...Um... "It's"...?
>   What are you talking about?
>
> Ini:
>   Like, you know!
>
> Ini:
>   Ami Fey's spirit!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Ami... Fey...?
>   Who's that?
>
> Ini:
>   Like, jeez, Mr. Smith.
>   Get with the program!
>
> Ini:
>   Everyone knows the lady that
>   founded the Kurain Channeling
>   Technique was Mystic Ami.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um, you don't have to get
>   upset with me...
>
> Ini:
>   So, like, as long as her
>   spirit, like, lives in that
>   urn,
>
> Ini:
>   the spiritual power of the Fey
>   family'll stick around. Like,
>   isn't that totally romantic?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Umm... Romantic, huh...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   (If that urn is really as
>   important as she says, it
>   could be a vital clue...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> What happened >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Ini, I want to ask you about
>   the murder...
>
> Ini:
>   Murder...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Dr. Grey's... Remember...?
>   (As if there's another one?)
>
> Ini:
>   Oh, that one!
>   Like, you shoulda said
>   so in the first place!
>
> Ini:
>   So, like, I totally don't know
>   anything 'cause I was, like,
>   sleeping in the Side Room.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Well, that's not much help...
>   Did you notice anything
>   at all?
>
> Ini:
>   Like, come on.
>   What a total bore.
>
> Ini:
>   I, like, totally have nothing
>   to do with this, like,
>   murder thing...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Oh, yeah. You only introduced
>   Dr. Grey to Kurain Village.
>   No relation, sure.)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Even if you were only
>   "acquaintances", that still
>   means you knew him.)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Furthermore, your sister, who
>   died in that accident, was a
>   nurse at his clinic...)
>
> Ini:
>   ...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Traffic accident >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Alright then.
>   Why don't you tell me about
>   your sister's fatal accident.
>
> Ini:
>   ...
>
> Ini:
>   Like, why? You think, like,
>   it's got something to, like,
>   do with the murder?
>
> Phoenix:
>   I don't know yet, but I'm
>   trying to chase down every
>   lead I have...
>
> *2 PSYCHE-LOCKS*
>
> Phoenix:
>   (...A... A Psyche-Lock!)
>
> Ini:
>   Like, what is it?
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Looks like I'm going to need
>   something to pry her mouth
>   open on this one...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

(After the Psyche-Locks appeared)

>>> Traffic accident >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um, about the accident, Ini...
>
> *2 PSYCHE-LOCKS*
>
> Ini:
>   Like, you're totally not gonna
>   give up, are you?
>
> Phoenix:
>   No, I'm not.
>
> Ini:
>   I totally want to forget about
>   my sister, you know? Time
>   to move on and all that.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Guess I have no choice but
>   to remove those locks...)
>
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO INI)
----------------

*** Lotta's Photo 1 or 2 *******************
*
* Ini:
*   Wow, so, like, the Kurain
*   technique is the real deal.
*
* Ini:
*   I'm gonna, like, have to write
*   about it in, like, my report
*   for school.
*
* Ini:
*   Hey, so, like, you'll give me
*   this picture for, like, the
*   report, right?
*
* Phoenix:
*   No way!
*
********************************************

*** Maya Fey profile ***********************
*
* Ini:
*   She's, like, in a lot of
*   trouble, huh?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (She's stealing quick glances
*   at the picture while smiling
*   like a cheshire cat...)
*
* Ini:
*   But, like, this will totally
*   prove the power of channeling.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (..."This"? What "this" is
*   she talking about...?)
*
********************************************

*** Maya Fey profile ***********************
*
* Ini:
*   Like, that's totally Mystic
*   Maya's cousin, right?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Yes. Her name is Pearl.
*
* Ini:
*   Hmm? So, like, this little kid
*   is, like, the next Master...?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Oh, no, no, no.
*   Maya is the next in line
*   to be Master.
*
* Ini:
*   Ah, oh yeah.
*   Like, that's right.
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Detention Center"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 21
Detention Center
Visitor's Room

Maya:
  Hey, Nick...
  I've been waiting...

Phoenix:
  (...She looks so helpless...)

Maya:
  So? So? How was it!?
  What did you find out!?

Phoenix:
  Um...
  Well...
  I found a few things...

Maya:
  My eyes are tearing up,
  Nick. Don't make me cry...

Phoenix:
  I... I just need a little more
  time. It'll all come together
  by tomorrow, I promise.

Maya:
  I'm sorry, Nick. Every time
  I see you, all I do is cause
  trouble...

--------------------------------------------

TALK (TO MAYA)
--------------

>>> Today's trial >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So how was it?
>   Today's trial, I mean...
>
> Maya:
>   You were fantastic, Nick!
>
> Maya:
>   Every time I thought our goose
>   was cooked, you managed to
>   turn it all around.
>
> Maya:
>   I bet it would make a
>   great Hollywood movie!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Don't be silly.
>
> Phoenix:
>   We have to concentrate
>   on the trial. We're going to
>   win this, Maya!
>
> Maya:
>   ...Thanks a lot. Really.
>
> Maya:
>   Hey, Nick?
>
> Maya:
>   The person who shot Dr. Grey
>   wasn't me, was it?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Of course not.
>   You're completely innocent.
>
> Maya:
>   If that were true, then I'd be
>   really happy, but...
>
> Maya:
>   there wasn't anyone else in
>   that room with the two of us,
>   right?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Well, did you check behind
>   the folding screen?
>
> Maya:
>   Um... I took a quick glance,
>   but there wasn't anyone
>   there.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Hmm...
>   (That's exactly what Lotta
>   said too...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Not guilty >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Maya:
>   Um, Nick...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Yeah?
>
> Maya:
>   Why do you believe in me?
>
> Maya:
>   Why do you think I didn't
>   kill Dr. Grey?
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...Because of something
>   Mia told me.
>
> Maya:
>   My sis?
>   What did she tell you?
>
> Phoenix:
>   She said that spirit mediums
>   can't have dreams.
>
> Phoenix:
>   When you're channeling, it's
>   impossible for you to dream
>   because your soul leaves you.
>
> Maya:
>   Now that you mention it...
>   Wait, then... then...
>   I really am...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   You are not the real murderer.
>
> Phoenix:
>   I think that... maybe before
>   you even called the spirit,
>   you were drugged.
>
> Maya:
>   Drugged...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   I think this was planned
>   from the very beginning.
>
> Phoenix:
>   And you were set up to
>   take the blame for
>   killing Dr. Grey.
>
> Maya:
>   That's... That's...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Pearl's alibi >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   I want to ask you something
>   about Pearls.
>
> Maya:
>   Pearly? What about her?
>
> Phoenix:
>   No matter what I try, she
>   won't answer me.
>
> Phoenix:
>   I want to know what she
>   was doing at the time
>   of the murder.
>
> Maya:
>   Hmm...
>
> Maya:
>   W-Wait! Nick!
>   Y-You don't think she did it,
>   do you!?
>
> Phoenix:
>   No, no, nothing like that...
>
> Maya:
>   She'd never do anything
>   like that! You hear me!?
>   Never!
>
> Maya:
>   She's a great kid, and really
>   cute... And really great...
>   And cute.
>
> Phoenix:
>   I didn't really think she was
>   the murderer.
>
> Phoenix:
>   But... she's definitely hiding
>   something.
>
> Maya:
>   Hmm...
>
> Phoenix:
>   You were with her on that
>   day, right?
>
> Maya:
>   Yeah. The two of us.
>   We were playing with
>   her ball.
>
> Phoenix:
>   A ball, huh?
>   (Sounds like a dead-end
>   to me...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Ball >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So, about this ball...
>
> Maya:
>   It's nothing really special...
>   Just a plain old ball.
>
> Maya:
>   I think she was still playing
>   with it when I started the
>   channeling job that day.
>
> Maya:
>   Pearly really loves to play
>   with that ball.
>
> Phoenix:
>   She "loves to play with that
>   ball", huh...?
>
> Maya:
>   When she wants to get it,
>   she always climbs right
>   into the clothing box.
>
> Phoenix:
>   The clothing box?
>
> Maya:
>   Yeah. Pearly's always hiding
>   in there.
>
> Maya:
>   You know the Side Room?
>   There's a clothing box in
>   there.
>
> Maya:
>   It's really big, so once you
>   see it, I'm sure you'll know
>   what I'm talking about.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (The clothing box in
>   the Side Room, huh?)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO MAYA)
-----------------

*** Attorney's Badge ***********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   It's the same as the last time
*   I saw it. You just like to
*   show it off, don't you, Nick?
*
* Maya:
*   Are you that thrilled
*   to be a lawyer?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Th-That's not what I meant
*   by it, but... I mean, I don't
*   really think about it.
*
* Phoenix:
*   I just sort of shove it in
*   people's faces...
*   Force of habit, I guess.
*
********************************************

*** Folding screen *************************
*
* Maya:
*   That hole... It looks an awful
*   lot like a bullet hole...
*
* Phoenix:
*   That's probably what it is.
*
* Maya:
*   That's TERRIBLE!
*   How could this happen to
*   such an important screen!?
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...
*
* Phoenix:
*   Um, instead of dwelling on
*   the hole, let's focus on the
*   fact that you weren't shot...
*
* Maya:
*   ...
*
* Maya:
*   Hey, you're right!
*   So I was the one who was
*   about to get shot, huh?
*
* Maya:
*   Th-That's TERRIBLE!
*   Who'd want to shoot
*   little ol' me!?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I guess she didn't realize
*   she was the one being
*   shot at until now...)
*
********************************************

*** Black Key ******************************
*
* Maya:
*   Ah! That's...
*   The Channeling Chamber's...
*
* Phoenix:
*   This is the only one in the
*   world, right?
*
* Maya:
*   Yeah.
*
* Maya:
*   During the trial, I was kinda
*   wondering why you had it...
*
* Phoenix:
*   I got it from Pearls.
*
* Maya:
*   That's weird...
*
* Maya:
*   I swear I locked the door...
*   and then put the key into
*   one of my pouchy sleeves...
*
* Phoenix:
*   Your sleeve?
*
* Phoenix:
*   But how and when would your
*   sleeve leave the room? It
*   didn't grow a pair of legs...
*
* Maya:
*   I wonder where Pearly found
*   that key...
*
********************************************

*** Knife **********************************
*
* Maya:
*   That's a knife from my
*   family's kitchen.
*
* Maya:
*   I'll never be able to use it
*   again...
*
* Phoenix:
*   It's alright.
*   I'll buy you a new one, OK?
*
* Maya:
*   Argh!
*   That's not the point!
*
* Maya:
*   ...I don't ever want to see
*   another knife... ever again...
*
********************************************

*** Maya's Costume *************************
*
* Maya:
*   That... That's...
*   That's mine, isn't it?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Dammit! I upset her again...)
*
* Maya:
*   It really was me, wasn't it?
*   Wasn't it, Nick?
*
********************************************

*** Lotta Photo 1 or 2 *********************
*
* Maya:
*   This... This is me, right?
*
* Maya:
*   I guess I really did shoot
*   Dr. Grey...
*
* Phoenix:
*   But that's not you!
*
* Maya:
*   Is too!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Is not!
*
* Maya:
*   Is too, is too!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I should've kept this picture
*   to myself...)
*
********************************************

*** Sacred Urn *****************************
*
* Maya:
*   That's Kurain's Sacred Urn.
*
* Maya:
*   Mystic Ami's soul is sealed
*   inside of it.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Yeah, I know all about it.
*   About how she's the founder
*   of the Kurain Technique.
*
* Maya:
*   Ooh, look at Mr. Smarty here!
*   Thinks he knows all! You
*   sound like an occult fanatic.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (...Trust me, this isn't going
*   on my resume any time soon...)
*
* Maya:
*   You know, I haven't looked at
*   this in a long time. I wonder
*   when it became so cracked?
*
********************************************

*** Cloth Scrap ****************************
*
* Maya:
*   ...What is it?
*
* Phoenix:
*   I'm not too sure myself,
*   but I found it just now
*   inside the furnace.
*
* Maya:
*   Huh? Is it trash burning day
*   already?
*
* Phoenix:
*   That's not something I would
*   know about...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I guess she didn't notice the
*   bloodstain.)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Probably better that way...)
*
********************************************

*** Mia Fey profile ************************
*
* Maya:
*   What am I supposed
*   to do, sis!?
*
* Maya:
*   ...
*
********************************************

*** Pearl Fey profile **********************
*
* Maya:
*   Pearly... She definitely has
*   more than me...
*
* Phoenix:
*   Huh? What are you talking
*   about?
*
* Maya:
*   Who I think the next Master
*   should be... I mean, she's got
*   more spiritual power than me,
*
* Maya:
*   and she really works hard
*   at her training...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Way to go Phoenix... Way
*   to bring the mood down
*   even further... *sigh*)
*
********************************************

*** Franziska von Karma profile ************
*
* Maya:
*   So she's Prosecutor von
*   Karma's daughter, huh?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Looks like it.
*
* Maya:
*   Well, then... she'd know about
*   that person, right?
*
* Phoenix:
*   ("That person"...?
*   Is she talking about "him"?)
*
* Phoenix:
*   It's alright. We don't need to
*   talk about that right now...
*
* Maya:
*   ...
*
********************************************

*** Ami Fey profile ************************
*
* Maya:
*   ...Mystic Ami.
*   She's a Legendary
*   Spirit Medium.
*
* Maya:
*   I like the way that word
*   sounds...
*   "Legendary"...
*
* Maya:
*   Ever since I was young, I've
*   dreamed of being a "Legend".
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Well, this murder will make
*   you into a "legend", alright...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Hmm... I probably shouldn't
*   say that last thought out
*   loud...)
*
********************************************

*** Any other evidence *********************
*
* Maya:
*   Um, I can't think of anything
*   special about it...
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Kurain Village"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 21
Kurain Village

Phoenix:
  Ah!

Lotta:
  AAAAAAAAH!

Phoenix:
  H-Hey! Wait!
  Please! Lotta!

Phoenix:
  ...

Phoenix:
  (She ran off into
  the manor...)

MOVE TO: "Meditation Room"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 21
Fey Manor
Meditation Room

Phoenix:
  Lotta...

Lotta:
  Aaack!

Phoenix:
  H-Hey!

  I'm tellin' ya, quit followin'
  me, ya hear!?

  I'm a worthless piece of
  trash! Ya lay eyes on me,
  and they'll turn ta dust!

Phoenix:
  (...*sigh*...)

MOVE TO: "Channeling Chamber"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  Hey!
  Morgan!

Morgan:
  Yes, what is it?
  ...And must you be so
  noisy!?

Morgan:
  We have a rule here:
  "The hallway is not
  for running"

Morgan:
  Now then, in a calm manner
  ask your question.

Phoenix:
  Okay... Anyway, did you
  see Lotta come by here?

Morgan:
  Ah, that girl from the
  "Heartland"...

Morgan:
  I'm sorry, but she did not
  pass by here at any time.

Phoenix:
  (Grr... Lotta!
  You sure know how to
  waste a man's time...)

MOVE TO: "Side Room"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 21
Fey Manor
Side Room

Phoenix:
  I'm pretty sure I saw Lotta
  run in this direction...

Phoenix:
  but it doesn't look like she's
  here...

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Ball +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's Pearl's ball.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Maya said that it's always
+   kept in the clothing box...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   So then, what is it doing
+   on the floor...?
+
+ *Pearl's Ball taken.*
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Clothing box +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's the clothing box where
+   Pearl's ball is usually kept.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I wonder what's inside...
+
+   Aaaaah!
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Whaaaa!?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Wh-Wh-What were you doing
+   in there!? What were you
+   thinking!?
+
+ Lotta:
+   I'm a bad person! Just another
+   piece of human trash. I
+   needed a hole to crawl into...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   ...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (So you crawled into this
+   clothing box because there
+   wasn't a hole to crawl into?)
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (Oh man...
+   ...Huh?)
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There's a small hole in this
+   clothing box...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   And it's about... 8 inches off
+   the ground!
+
+ Phoenix:
+   That's the same height as the
+   hole in the folding screen!
+   Then, could this...?
+
+ *Clothing Box added to the
+ Court Record.*
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Clothing box (again) +++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's the clothing box where
+   Pearls keeps her ball.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I thought I felt my soul
+   shake when Lotta
+   jumped out at me.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   So it's big enough to fit
+   a grown adult... Well, if
+   she can be called an adult...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

MOVE TO: "Meditation Room"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 21
Fey Manor
Meditation Room

Pearl:
  Oh, Mr. Nick!
  That person ran by here
  just now.

Phoenix:
  What person?

Pearl:
  Um, you know...
  The person with the fluffy
  cotton candy hair...

Phoenix:
  (Ah, she means Lotta.)

Pearl:
  She said, "Don't look at me
  with 'em eyes!" but...

Pearl:
  I'm not that scary, am I...?

Phoenix:
  ...I don't think that's quite
  what she meant.

Pearl:
  Oh, that's right.
  She also wanted me to
  tell you,

Pearl:
  "Goin' on a trip to find
  myself, so don't ya
  bother findin' me!"

Phoenix:
  O-Oh...
  Well, thanks.

Pearl:
  You're welcome.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Present Maya's Magatama*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

*2 PSYCHE-LOCKS*

-- Pearl's Alibi --

Phoenix:
  Pearl.

Phoenix:
  You have to tell me what
  you were doing when the
  murder happened, OK?

Pearl:
  Um... But what if I can't just
  tell you what happened...?

Phoenix:
  Then I'll guess what
  happened. How does
  that sound?

Pearl:
  Eh!? Y-You can do that?

Phoenix:
  You'll tell me if I guess
  something right, won't you?

Pearl:
  ...Y-Yes...

Phoenix:
  Now, when the murder was
  taking place, you were
  here, right?

xxx Present anywhere else xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Phoenix:
x   I'm pretty smart, Pearls.
x   I know you were right here.
x
x Pearl:
x   No, I wasn't...
x
x Phoenix:
x   Huh? I'm wrong?
x
x Pearl:
x   Ooh, I feel a little better.
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Ooh, I feel a little
x   warmer... from embarrassment.
x   ...I'd better try again...)
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Winding Way*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  You were here, weren't you
  Pearls -- in the Winding Way?

Pearl:
  W-Wow!
  ...Y-You got it.

Phoenix:
  So? Do you think you can
  tell me now?

Pearl:
  ...I'm sorry... Not yet...

Phoenix:
  Man, oh man...
  Alright, what next...?

Phoenix:
  OK, I think I know what you
  were doing there.

Pearl:
  D-Do you really know that
  much?

Phoenix:
  Well, I am a lawyer, you know.

Phoenix:
  Now, what was it Pearls was
  doing in the Winding Way?

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Pearl:
x   ...
x
x Phoenix:
x   So?
x
x Pearl:
x   I feel just a little better.
x
x Phoenix:
x   Huh?
x
x Pearl:
x   You are a lawyer, but you're
x   also still a person, after
x   all...
x
x Phoenix:
x   Sorry, I'll get it right this
x   time...
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Pearl's Ball*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  You were... playing with this
  ball, right?

Pearl:
  Ah! That's right!
  How... How did you know...?

*1 LOCK BROKEN*

Phoenix:
  Maya told me that you love
  to play with your ball.

Pearl:
  Um... Yeah. I was playing with
  my ball.

Phoenix:
  Un, huh.
  And then?

Pearl:
  ...

Phoenix:
  Something happened, huh?
  ...Something really bad...

Pearl:
  *gulp!*

Pearl:
  Wh-What do you mean,
  "something"!?
  N-N-Nothing happened...!

Phoenix:
  This is it.

Phoenix:
  While you were playing with
  your ball, this happened!

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Pearl:
x   ...
x
x Phoenix:
x   Were you so surprised that
x   you were shocked into silence?
x
x Pearl:
x   ...Yes, at how wrong you are,
x   even though you were so
x   sure of yourself...
x
x Phoenix:
x   ...Huh?
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Way to embarrass yourself
x   in front of an 8 year old,
x   Wright...)
x
x Phoenix:
x   Ah, sorry, sorry.
x   Just see if you were paying
x   attention... Ah heh heh.
x
x Pearl:
x   It's okay Mr. Nick.
x   You can always try again.
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Sacred Urn*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  This urn...
  It's a village treasure,
  right?

Pearl:
  Ah... Um...

Phoenix:
  And the spirit of the founder
  of the Kurain technique is
  sealed in here, isn't it?

Pearl:
  ...Y-Yes...

Phoenix:
  What's this? It's cracked all
  over, isn't it? There's even
  a few gaps here and there...

Pearl:
  Um...
  Please don't tease me...

Phoenix:
  Pearl, you broke the Sacred
  Urn, didn't you?

Pearl:
  ...!

Phoenix:
  The ball smacked into it and
  knocked it over, right?

Phoenix:
  And if Morgan found out, she'd
  get really mad, huh?

Pearl:
  ...

Phoenix:
  (She doesn't seem to be
  fighting back... I think I
  hit the bull's-eye this time.)

Phoenix:
  (But it's strange that the
  lock hasn't broken yet...)

Pearl:
  I-It's... It's a really old
  urn, isn't it?

Phoenix:
  Eh?

Pearl:
  I-I-It's so old... So it's not
  that weird... to have a few
  cracks...

Phoenix:
  (Her voice is shaking...)

Pearl:
  H-How can you tell that urn
  has been broken!?

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Pearl:
x   ...I'm sorry.
x   I don't want to be mean,
x   but...
x
x Phoenix:
x   (*sigh*
x   I figured...)
x
x Pearl:
x   Um, do you want to try again?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Yeah.
x   (I'm sure I can get it if I
x   think about it some more!)
x
x Phoenix:
x   (The thing I'm missing...)
x
x Phoenix:
x   (must have something to
x   do with what's written on
x   the urn...)
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Ami Fey profile*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  Who started the Kurain
  Channeling Technique?

Pearl:
  Eh?

Pearl:
  Um, it was Mystic Ami...

Phoenix:
  That's right. And how do you
  spell her name? Do you know?

Pearl:
  How do I spell her name?
  Um... I don't know...

Phoenix:
  It's spelled "A-M-I".

Pearl:
  *gasp!*

Phoenix:
  I thought it was a little odd
  when I saw "I AM" written
  on this urn.

Pearl:
  ...

Phoenix:
  And that's how I knew that
  someone must have broken
  this urn.

Phoenix:
  And made a mistake in
  spelling when they put it
  back together again...

*1 LOCK BROKEN*

*UNLOCK SUCCESSFUL*

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

TALK (TO PEARL)
---------------

>>> Pearl's alibi >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Pearl:
>   Around when Mystic Maya
>   started the channeling on
>   that day,
>
> Pearl:
>   I was playing in the Winding
>   Way... with my ball.
>
> Phoenix:
>   And that's when you... broke
>   the urn?
>
> Pearl:
>   Y-Yes...
>   I broke it...
>
> Pearl:
>   I... I accidentally let Mystic
>   Ami's spirit fly away!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Don't worry.
>   Morgan will never know, OK?
>
> Pearl:
>   I'm a bad child...
>
> Pearl:
>   Breaking a village treasure is
>   unforgivable.
>
> Pearl:
>   I thought... that maybe they
>   would make me leave the
>   village.
>
> Pearl:
>   But the broken pieces were
>   pretty big, so...
>
> Phoenix:
>   You thought you could put
>   them back together, and no
>   one would notice?
>
> Pearl:
>   ...Yes.
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Sacred Urn >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Pearl:
>   I found some glue and brought
>   it to the hallway... and fixed
>   the urn there.
>
> Phoenix:
>   The hallway?
>   You mean "Winding Way"?
>
> Pearl:
>   Yes.
>
> ------------------------------------------
>
> Pearl:
>   The channeling had already
>   started, so I didn't think
>   anyone would walk by.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Hmm, I see...
>
> Phoenix:
>   So, about how long did it take
>   you? It must have been a
>   nasty repair job.
>
> ------------------------------------------
>
> Pearl:
>   Yes. I might be strong at
>   spiritual things,
>
> Pearl:
>   but when it comes to arts and
>   crafts, I am not nearly as
>   skilled.
>
> Pearl:
>   When I had finished fixing the
>   urn and looked up, I saw you
>   coming into the manor...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (So that's around when Lotta
>   and I were coming back inside
>   after reporting the murder.)
>
> Pearl:
>   When I saw that, I packed
>   everything up in a hurry.
>
> Pearl:
>   Um... Mr. Nick?
>
> Phoenix:
>   What is it, Pearls?
>
> Pearl:
>   I'm...
>   I'm going to get banished,
>   aren't I?
>
> Phoenix:
>   I really don't think that's
>   going to happen.
>
> Phoenix:
>   I mean, I bet Mystic Ami's
>   happy to be free from that
>   cramped urn.
>
> Pearl:
>   Y-Yeah, I hope so...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (No harm done, and a happy
>   resolution... Phew!)
>
> *Sacred Urn updated in the
> Court Record.*
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

MOVE TO: "Kurain Village"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 21
Kurain Village

Phoenix:
  (Phew. I think I've found
  everything I can.)

Phoenix:
  (But I can't see how they all
  add up... Hmm...)

  ...H...
  He...

Phoenix:
  (And is Ini Miney being here
  just a coincidence...?)

  ...Hey, Mister...

Phoenix:
  (How is it that the spirit
  Dr. Grey wanted to call just
  happened to be that nurse,)

Phoenix:
  (and that nurse turns out to
  be Ini's sister...
  It's too... convenient...)

  ...Hey! Phoenix! I'm talkin'
  to you!

Phoenix:
  (I wish I knew a little more
  about Ini, but where am I
  going to find info like that?)

  Oh, I get it.

  Ya can't be bothered to look
  over at trash like me. Is that
  it, Mr. High-and-Mighty!?

Phoenix:
  Aah!
  L-Lotta!

Lotta:
  Oh, so ya finally noticed!

Phoenix:
  (I thought I heard a mosquito
  buzzing in my ear, although I
  couldn't understand a word...)

Lotta:
  Well, I gotta hand it to ya.
  Ya sure know how to chase
  down garbage!

Lotta:
  I mean, I'm grateful to ya
  for chasin' this large lump of
  one around like this.

Phoenix:
  Um... Thanks...?

Lotta:
  But ya know, you're just
  wastin' yer time.

Lotta:
  I'll be fine on my own.

Phoenix:
  Wh-What are you going on
  about?

Phoenix:
  And as for "following" or
  "chasing" or whatever it is,
  isn't that what YOU'RE doing!?

Lotta:
  Um, well, ya see...

Lotta:
  Well, yer not exactly a real
  gentleman with a lady's
  heart, are ya?

Phoenix:
  (You're not exactly the
  world's number one charmer
  either, sister.)

--------------------------------------------

TALK (TO LOTTA)
---------------

>>> Today's trial >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Lotta:
>   Look, I'm really dang sorry
>   about today!
>
> Lotta:
>   When I get all fired up about
>   somethin', it's impossible
>   to stop me.
>
> Phoenix:
>   You hurt Maya really badly,
>   Lotta.
>
> Lotta:
>   Um...
>
> Lotta:
>   I don't suppose you could
>   forgive a gal like me...?
>
> *** Forgive her ****************************
> *
> * Phoenix:
> *   Well, I guess.
> *   You did help Maya out too,
> *   after all.
> *
> * Lotta:
> *   For real?
> *
> * Phoenix:
> *   Yeah, for real.
> *
> * Lotta:
> *   Ah, thank goodness...
> *   I'm still...
> *
> * Phoenix:
> *   "I'm still..." what...?
> *
> * Lotta:
> *   N-No, no, nothing, nothing
> *   at all. Just talkin' to
> *   myself, ya know, gibberish...
> *
> * Lotta:
> *   ...Now then!
> *   Lotta Hart, at your service!
> *
> * Phoenix:
> *   ?
> *
> * Lotta:
> *   I'll share with ya all the
> *   dirt I've dug up!
> *
> * Phoenix:
> *   Th-Thanks.
> *
> * Lotta:
> *   Hey, don't be all surprised!
> *   Tell ya what, I'll even give
> *   ya all this info for free!
> *
> * Phoenix:
> *   (Lotta not taking money?
> *   Now I KNOW this one's an
> *   alien clone...)
> *
> ********************************************
>
> *** Don't forgive her **********************
> *
> * Phoenix:
> *   I'm not done...
> *
> * Lotta:
> *   Um...
> *
> * Phoenix:
> *   And to think we trusted you,
> *   Lotta, and what do you do!?
> *   You stab us in the back!
> *
> * Phoenix:
> *   You stressed us all out and
> *   even gave Maya a few strands
> *   of white hair!
> *
> * Lotta:
> *   Urngh...
> *
> * Phoenix:
> *   Now I'm going to have to pray
> *   she makes it, or she may come
> *   back as a ghost...
> *
> * Lotta:
> *   Ack!
> *   That's enough!
> *   Ya can stop right there!
> *
> * Lotta:
> *   Look, I'll tell ya everything
> *   I know! Everything!
> *   I'll spill it all!
> *
> * Phoenix:
> *   Everything?
> *
> * Lotta:
> *   Yeah, ya got it! Everything!
> *
> * Lotta:
> *   But... Well, actually...
> *   Tell ya what, I'll even do
> *   it for free!
> *
> * Phoenix:
> *   (You were expecting me to
> *   pay you after what you
> *   did to us!?)
> *
> ********************************************
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> The murderer >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   If Maya is not the real
>   murderer, then...
>
> Phoenix:
>   who do you think is, Lotta?
>
> Lotta:
>   Well heck, ain't it obvious?
>   It's that occult freak!
>
> Phoenix:
>   You mean Ini Miney?
>
> Lotta:
>   Well, there ain't anyone
>   else it could be, right?
>
> Lotta:
>   That granny, you and me, we
>   were all together that whole
>   time...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (So, Lotta suspects Ini...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Which means she might have
>   already found some info about
>   our mysterious Ini...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

(After presenting Ini Miney profile)

>>> Ini Miney >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Speaking of Ini, do you have
>   any other information about
>   her?
>
> Lotta:
>   Sure.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Well, what is it!?
>
> Lotta:
>   Ha ha ha...
>   It'll cost ya...
>   And it'll cost a lot!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Oh, silly me.
>   Here I thought "free" meant
>   "no money necessary".)
>
> Lotta:
>   That girl was hospitalized
>   about half a year ago.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Hospitalized...?
>   But why?
>
> Lotta:
>   Well, heck, you can go find
>   out on yer own.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Huh?
>
> Lotta:
>   Here, I'll give ya the
>   clinic's address. Maybe
>   ya can find out something.
>
> Phoenix:
>   "Maybe"...?
>   What's that supposed to mean!?
>
> Lotta:
>   Well...
>
> Lotta:
>   See, actually, it was gonna
>   be annoying, I reckoned, so
>   I didn't actually go there.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Aargh...
>
> Lotta:
>   Well, that's the way the
>   gumbo spoils, right?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Spoiled gumbo sounds... Eww...
>   I mean, look, don't blame this
>   on... Oh nevermind!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Looks like I don't have much
>   of a choice. Better go check
>   out this "Hotti Clinic"...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO LOTTA)
------------------

*** Newspaper Clipping 1 or 2 **************
*
* Phoenix:
*   About this clipping...
*
* Lotta:
*   Now, you listen here, boy,
*   and listen good.
*
* Lotta:
*   You can't go lookin' at such
*   an old piece of paper,
*   ya hear!?
*
* Lotta:
*   People's got eyes on the
*   front side. You know why?
*
* Lotta:
*   So they can see in front
*   of themselves! Not behind!
*
* Lotta:
*   So how about it?
*   You feelin' my energy?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Nope, not an electron.)
*
********************************************

*** Pistol *********************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Ya think I could have the guts
*   to carry one of these around?
*
* Lotta:
*   A celebrity photographer with
*   a gun? Ya think it'd work?
*   "Bang, bang!!"
*
* Lotta:
*   ...Nah... Thanks, but nah.
*   I can't see myself like that.
*
********************************************

*** Knife or Maya's Costume ****************
*
* Lotta:
*   Aaaaah!
*   Th-There's...
*   There's blood on it!!
*
* Lotta:
*   Get that away from me!
*   Where do you get off showin'
*   somethin' like this to me!?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Oops, guess that was the
*   wrong thing to show her...)
*
********************************************

*** Lotta's Photo 1 or 2 *******************
*
* Lotta:
*   I'm a real natural, aren't I?
*
* Lotta:
*   I caught the murder just
*   right, and even managed
*   to make it mysterious.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Mysterious!?
*   All you managed to do was
*   forget to focus your lens!
*
* Lotta:
*   Shaddup!
*   That's my technique!
*   My technique, now, ya hear!?
*
********************************************

*** Dr. Turner Grey profile ****************
*
* Lotta:
*   Hey, it's that Dr. Grey guy.
*   It's a pity what happened
*   to him.
*
* Lotta:
*   Pretty scary what ghouls and
*   ghosts can do to a man, huh?
*   Gawd rest his poor soul.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Hmm... Since when was Lotta
*   so religious...?)
*
********************************************

*** Maya Fey profile ***********************
*
* Lotta:
*   Now, this kid -- I think she
*   needs to be taught some
*   manners.
*
* Lotta:
*   This here's her second time
*   in the stew, right? My Pa
*   woulda slapped me straight!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Y-Yeah...
*
* Lotta:
*   Ya know what they say, if
*   there's a second time, there's
*   bound to be a third, and a fo-
*
* Lotta:
*   OW!
*
* Lotta:
*   Nngh... Ya didn't have to slap
*   me. I get it, I get it.
*   Sorry...
*
********************************************

*** Pearl Fey profile **********************
*
* Lotta:
*   Hmm...
*   I overlooked this little kid.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Wh-What do you mean?
*
* Lotta:
*   I mean, I didn't think it, but
*   ya know how it's always 'em
*   silent types?
*
* Phoenix:
*   H-Huh!?
*   Wait, wait, wait...
*
* Lotta:
*   The little tyke's nothin' but
*   a ball of happy goodness,
*   right?
*
* Lotta:
*   So I reckon, she's the type
*   to have done it!
*
* Lotta:
*   Well, now, that's just how the
*   world turns.
*
* Phoenix:
*   I don't think this has
*   anything to do with
*   how the world turns...
*
********************************************

*** Morgan Fey profile *********************
*
* Lotta:
*   That old lady sure can be
*   forceful.
*
* Lotta:
*   She scared me that day.
*   ...Well, only a little, now,
*   ya hear?
*
********************************************

*** Ini Miney profile **********************
*
* Lotta:
*   Heh, that's Ini Miney, right?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Yeah. I was wondering if you
*   know anything about this
*   girl...
*
* Lotta:
*   Ya know! Actually, I did a
*   little checkin' up on her
*   the other day.
*
* Lotta:
*   Her sister, she's the one that
*   Dr. Grey wanted to call back
*   from the spirit world.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Yeah, I had heard as much...
*
* Phoenix:
*   I had also heard that Ini was
*   the one to introduce Dr. Grey
*   to Kurain Village.
*
* Lotta:
*   Ya don't say?
*   That's one sneaky gal,
*   if you ask me...
*
* Lotta:
*   Hey, ya want me to tell ya
*   more about her?
*
********************************************

*** Lotta Hart profile *********************
*
* Lotta:
*   Ya know, I'm beginnin' to
*   get sick of this hairstyle.
*
* Lotta:
*   Next time I go to the salon,
*   I'm gonna get my hair
*   straightened, I reckon.
*
* Lotta:
*   What do ya think, Phoenix?
*
* Phoenix:
*   I think if you got rid of your
*   afro, I wouldn't recognize
*   who you were.
*
* Lotta:
*   Yeah, that's kinda the
*   problem, ain't it?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Please, can we get on with
*   the important stuff...?
*   Say, like the murderer...)
*
********************************************

*** Franziska von Karma profile ************
*
* Lotta:
*   Hey, this is that prosecutor
*   gal. The one that likes
*   breakin' all the rules.
*
* Lotta:
*   Switches are for horses and
*   lights, not people!
*
* Lotta:
*   How's that? I made a pretty
*   clever pun, didn't I?
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...Sorry, didn't hear you.
*
* Lotta:
*   Ah, well, I'll forgive the wax
*   in yer ears this once and tell
*   it to ya one more time.
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Detention Center"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 21
Detention Center
Visitor's Room

Phoenix:
  M-Mia!

Mia:
  Phoenix, it's good to see you.

Mia:
  I was really worried so I
  thought I'd see how you were
  doing.

Phoenix:
  ...You might get caught on
  film again...

Mia:
  There are certain risks you
  have to take in life, or in my
  case, death.

Mia:
  Anyway, how are you doing?
  Have you found anything
  useful?

Phoenix:
  Um, only a little. I think I'm
  slowly beginning to understand
  everything, piece by piece.

Mia:
  Everything will resolve itself
  by tomorrow, somehow.

--------------------------------------------

TALK (TO MIA)
-------------

>>> Tomorrow's trial >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Mia:
>   There's still a whole slew of
>   questions for you to answer
>   before the trial tomorrow.
>
> Phoenix:
>   You mean like how did the real
>   murderer get into the room and
>   kill Dr. Grey...?
>
> Mia:
>   Yes.
>
> Mia:
>   Also, when did the murderer
>   enter the Channeling
>   Chamber...?
>
> Mia:
>   You guys were all standing
>   around in front of the room
>   after the channeling started.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Which means that the murderer
>   must have gone into that room
>   before the channeling...
>
> Mia:
>   That's what I think, in any
>   case.
>
> Phoenix:
>   But Maya's already said there
>   wasn't anyone else in there.
>
> Mia:
>   ...That's true...
>
> Mia:
>   But if we can't figure out the
>   murderer's movements, we're
>   stuck like a beached whale.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Hmm...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Kurain Channeling Technique >>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Mia:
>   I thought I'd never see this
>   day. Are you actually asking
>   me about spirit channeling?
>
> Phoenix:
>   This case is all about
>   spirit channeling.
>
> Phoenix:
>   And I feel like I don't
>   understand a thing about
>   it...
>
> Mia:
>   Well, that's only natural...
>
> Mia:
>   After all, spirit channeling
>   isn't exactly an everyday
>   thing, is it?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Yeah, I guess you're right.
>
> Mia:
>   The power to change your
>   physical appearance into
>   the person you're calling
>
> Mia:
>   was something our ancestor,
>   Mystic Ami Fey acquired.
>
> Phoenix:
>   I've heard that name before...
>
> Mia:
>   The Fey family was originally
>   a family known for its service
>   to the gods.
>
> Mia:
>   When Mystic Ami was born,
>   she was given a certain fate
>   through her name.
>
> Mia:
>   Because, you see, she was
>   named after one of the Buddhas
>   of Buddhism, "Amitábha".
>
> Mia:
>   To this day, her soul is still
>   sealed in the Kurain Sacred
>   Urn.
>
> Mia:
>   It usually sits in the
>   Winding Way, and has
>   her name written on it.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um, yeah...
>
> Mia:
>   Aww, come on, Phoenix.
>   It's just a fairy-tale.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Are you saying that me being
>   able to see you is just a
>   fairy-tale too...?)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO MIA)
----------------

*** Anything *******************************
*
* Mia:
*   Come on, Phoenix. We don't
*   have time to be looking at
*   things like this.
*
* Mia:
*   We need to find out everything
*   we can for the trial tomorrow.
*
********************************************

--------------------------------------------

*AFTER TALKING TO MIA*

Mia:
  Well, it's about time I left.

Phoenix:
  M-Mia!

Mia:
  We'll be in big trouble if the
  guard sees me here...

Mia:
  Phoenix...

Phoenix:
  Yes, Chief!

Mia:
  There is still a lot of dirt
  left in this case.

Mia:
  Once you think you've gathered
  all the evidence, then come
  back.

Phoenix:
  ...Yes, Chief.

MOVE TO: "Hotti Clinic"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 21
Hotti Clinic
Reception

Phoenix:
  (...So, this is where Ini was
  hospitalized...)

? ? ?:
  Hmm, yes... Are you here to
  visit a patient? Hmm...

Phoenix:
  Ah, yes...
  Are you a doctor here...?

? ? ?:
  Hmm, yes...
  I'm Director Hotti...
  Hoh, hoh.

Phoenix:
  (Ack! I didn't think I'd be
  speaking with the Director
  himself...)

Hotti:
  Hmm, yes...? So what can
  I help you with? Uh, huh...

Phoenix:
  I'd like to ask you a few
  questions about Ms. Ini Miney.

Hotti:
  Hmm? Ms. Miney? Ms. Ini Miney?
  ...Hmm... Yes... Hmm...
  OH! Her!

Hotti:
  Ah, it's too bad.

Hotti:
  I'll tell you something. That
  girl left here a long time
  ago.

Nurse:
  Here you are!
  Sir!

Phoenix:
  ?

Nurse:
  You know you shouldn't be up
  and about! Come on, it's back
  to your room with you!

Hotti:
  Ah, Sweet'ums! Calm down,
  calm down. Don't be so harsh
  to an old man like me.

Nurse:
  Don't you dare start that
  "Sweet'ums" thing with me!

Nurse:
  If you don't behave, you'll
  get yourself tossed out of
  this hospital!

Phoenix:
  (Wow. I didn't think nurses
  could be this direct or
  forceful towards their boss.)

Nurse:
  Come now. Be a good boy and
  give me the Director's white
  lab coat!

Hotti:
  OK, OK. I got it.
  I. Got. It.
  Hmm, yes...

Phoenix:
  ...

Hotti:
  ...

Phoenix:
  Um...

Hotti:
  Hmm, yes? Uh, huh?

Phoenix:
  Don't "Hmm, yes" me.
  Who in the world are you?

Hotti:
  I'm Director Hotti.
  Hoh, hoh.

Phoenix:
  ...

Phoenix:
  (The nurse went off some-
  where... Oh the inhumanity.
  Only person I can talk to...)

Phoenix:
  (...is this guy...
  ...Uuuugh...)

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Waiting room on the left +++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   This must be the waiting area.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's got the feeling of one
+   and there are sofas lined
+   up...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   but I don't see all that many
+   patients.
+
+ Hotti:
+   Hmm, yes... Well, it's the
+   quality, not quantity that
+   counts. Uh huh...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (What in the world did that
+   have to do with anything...?)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Door at the back +++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (I wonder where that door
+   way down there leads to...?)
+
+ Hotti:
+   Oh, that's the X-ray room.
+   Hmm, yes...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   H-H-How did you know
+   what I was thinking!?
+
+ Hotti:
+   Hmm, yes... Well, it's...
+   Because that's the X-ray
+   room... Uh huh, yes...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (There is something very
+   peculiar about this guy...
+   Because I know it's not me...)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Limping patient ++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   This patient is undergoing
+   rehabilitation.
+
+ Hotti:
+   And look at that strained face
+   twisting in all those ways...
+   and that oily sweat... hmm...
+
+ Hotti:
+   His whole body is swaying back
+   and forth, wobble-wobble, like
+   he's about to fall. Hmm, yes.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Hey! Don't just cut into my
+   monologue like that!
+   I'm explaining things here!
+
+ Hotti:
+   Ah, sorry. Hmm, yes...
+   Most sorry...
+   Yes... Uh, huh...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Reception area +++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   This is the clinic's reception
+   desk, but it doesn't look like
+   there's anyone at the counter.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   On the wall is this month's
+   "Word to the Wise":
+
+ Phoenix:
+   "Do something in vain,
+   and your only reward is
+   tiredness."
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Hmm, not exactly the best
+   thing to be telling your
+   patients, is it?
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO HOTTI)
---------------

>>> Hotti Clinic >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So, what exactly do you treat
>   at this clinic...?
>
> Hotti:
>   Hmm, yes... We treat all sorts
>   of... doctory, clinical stuff,
>   uh, huh, yes...
>
> Phoenix:
>   D-Doctory, clinical stuff?
>
> Hotti:
>   Well, I don't actually know or
>   particularly care about the
>   details. Hoh, hoh.
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...
>
> Hotti:
>   Hmm, hmm... Yes...
>   What is that look for?
>
> Hotti:
>   A-Ah, yes. There's a really
>   big general hospital around
>   the corner. Hmm, yes...
>
> Hotti:
>   When they can't accommodate
>   everyone, they move some of
>   their patients here. Uh, huh.
>
> Phoenix:
>   You do surgeries here, right?
>
> Hotti:
>   Hmm, yes... We do some
>   plastic surgery here, it
>   seems... Hmm...
>
> Phoenix:
>   It... seems?
>
> Hotti:
>   Hmm, yes... Uh, huh...
>   It seems that way.
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Ini Miney >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   What do you know about
>   Ms. Ini Miney?
>
> Hotti:
>   Now you're talking! Hmm, yes.
>   That girl, she was transferred
>   from the general hospital.
>
> Phoenix:
>   From the general hospital...?
>   To here?
>
> Phoenix:
>   What kind of surgery did she
>   need?
>
> Hotti:
>   Hmm, yes... Well, she needed
>   surgery.
>   It was really bad. Really bad.
>
> Phoenix:
>   So what kind was it...?
>
> Hotti:
>   Hmm, yes... Well... No, no...
>   You see, that is something...
>   No, I can't tell you.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (So you say with a happy
>   smile on your face...
>   "Mr. Director"...)
>
> Hotti:
>   See, there's this thing about
>   how doctors aren't allowed
>   to talk about patient stuff.
>
> Hotti:
>   It's in all those TV shows
>   too, right? You've seen them,
>   right? Hmm, yes?
>
> Phoenix:
>   (I'm never going to get him
>   to unzip those broken zipper
>   teeth of his at this rate...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (There's got to be something
>   I can show to this old
>   coot...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

(After presenting Attorney's Badge)

>>> Ini Miney >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Please tell me what you know
>   about Ini Miney.
>
> Hotti:
>   Hmm, yes... I'll get to that,
>   trust me, I will.
>
> Hotti:
>   That girl... That's right. She
>   was transferred here from
>   the general hospital.
>
> Hotti:
>   This was... hmm, yes... a year
>   ago. She was one of those...
>   "emergency" cases.
>
> Phoenix:
>   What was she ill with?
>
> Hotti:
>   Ill?
>   Nah, nah, nah.
>   She was injured, not ill.
>
> Hotti:
>   With my trained eye, I could
>   see. Yep, I could see it was
>   a huge wound at that.
>
> Phoenix:
>   A huge injury?
>
> Hotti:
>   Her whole body was wrapped
>   around and 'round in bandages
>   and her arm was in a cast.
>
> Phoenix:
>   That sounds... pretty
>   severe, alright...
>
> Hotti:
>   Hmm, yes... It was an
>   accident; an accident. They're
>   scary, yes? Cars, hmm, yes...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Car...?
>   ...You mean it was a traffic
>   accident?
>
> Hotti:
>   Yep! That's what gave her
>   the terrible injuries. I swore
>   it was in the papers, hmm...
>
> Hotti:
>   Yes, I looked it all up,
>   I did. It was terrible...
>   Hmm, yes...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (...Dare I even ask what is
>   wrong with this old guy...?)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> The Operation >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Just now... You mentioned
>   something about a big
>   operation?
>
> Hotti:
>   Hmm? Are you talking about
>   Miss Ini's operation?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Y-Yes... Miss Ini's.
>
> Hotti:
>   That... Ah, that was one heck
>   of an accident.
>
> Hotti:
>   Hmm, yes... Her whole face
>   was burned like bad toast.
>   It was bad. Very bad.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Was it really that bad...?
>
> Hotti:
>   Hmm, it was a good thing
>   that Miss Ini had a picture
>   of herself.
>
> Hotti:
>   I heard that picture was how
>   they put her face back
>   together... Hmm...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Picture...?
>
> Hotti:
>   That girl, see, she had, uh...
>   She had just gotten her
>   license.
>
> Hotti:
>   So she just happened to have
>   a license photo on her, hmm,
>   yes...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Oh.
>
> Hotti:
>   So, see, I got her picture. As
>   a way to remember her, yes...
>   Well, more like... Swiped...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Um, breech of ethics...?
>   ...Oh, wait...)
>
> Hotti:
>   What? What? A pretty girl
>   like her -- I bet she has
>   lots of pictures of herself...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um... Sure...
>
> Hotti:
>   It's a treasure.
>   My treasure...
>   Preciiiious...
>
> Phoenix:
>   What happened to the actual
>   license itself?
>
> Hotti:
>   Who knows. I didn't bother to
>   ask. It probably got burned up
>   along with the car. Hmm, yes.
>
> *License Photo added to the
> Court Record.*
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> The Accident >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um... So you "looked up"
>   information on Ini's accident,
>   correct?
>
> Hotti:
>   Yep, yep. Sure did... Hmm,
>   yes... I read every paper
>   that covered it at the time.
>
> Phoenix:
>   What kind of accident was it,
>   do you remember?
>
> Hotti:
>   Hmm, yes... Hold on.
>   I'll go get it for you.
>   The article, I mean.
>
> Phoenix:
>   H-Huh? Y-You have it?
>
> Hotti:
>   Well, well, well, don't get me
>   wrong. I thought something
>   like this might come up, so.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Obsessive to the max... But I
>   bet I could learn about how to
>   stay on a lead from this guy.)
>
>   Ah, here we go, here we go...
>   Hmm, yes...
>
> Hotti:
>   According to this, Miss Ini
>   was in the passenger's seat.
>
> Phoenix:
>   The passenger's seat, huh?
>
> Hotti:
>   And dozing... Or so it says.
>
> Hotti:
>   A strong jolt woke her up,
>   and the next minute, a sea
>   of fire was all around her.
>
> Hotti:
>   Miss Ini fought with the door,
>   finally got it to open, and
>   somehow managed to get away.
>
> Hotti:
>   ...Anywhoo, you can read all
>   the details in the article.
>   Hmm, yes...
>
> *Newspaper Clipping 2 added
> to the Court Record.*
>
> Phoenix:
>   (A new clue! I should probably
>   look this over.)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO HOTTI)
------------------

*** Attorney's Badge ***********************
*
* Hotti:
*   Hmm? What's this?
*
* Phoenix:
*   I'm a lawyer.
*   Right now, I'm investigating
*   a murder.
*
* Hotti:
*   Hmm, hmm, yes... What is with
*   your angry face? Violence
*   isn't the answer, hmm, yes...
*
* Phoenix:
*   The trial is tomorrow.
*   And I would really like
*   some information from you.
*
* Hotti:
*   Hmm... Is that right...?
*
* Hotti:
*   ...Well, you know, I think I
*   can let you in on a little
*   secret...
*
* Phoenix:
*   What's that?
*
* Hotti:
*   Hmm, yes... Actually,
*   ...
*   I'm not the real Director.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Are you kidding!?
*   Anyone with half a fly's brain
*   knew that!
*
* Hotti:
*   Eh!?
*   Wh-What do you mean!?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Do I have to explain this to
*   him...?)
*
* Hotti:
*   Well, hmm... Hold on.
*   I'll give you something.
*   Real information, OK?
*
* Phoenix:
*   ?
*
* Hotti:
*   I'm actually, this clinic's...
*   See, I'm like this place's...
*   "walking dictionpedia"...?
*
* Phoenix:
*   You mean "walking
*   encyclopedia"?
*
* Hotti:
*   Y-Yeah, that. And my specialty
*   is in young, silky-smooth
*   hottie patients...
*
* Hotti:
*   There's nothing I don't know
*   about them... But I get
*   "embarrassed" talking about it.
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...Yeah...
*   How about you keep that kind
*   of information to yourself...?
*
* Hotti:
*   Hoh, hoh, hoh. Anyway, you
*   wanted to know about
*   Miss Ini Miney, right?
*
* Phoenix:
*   ("Miss" Ini Miney?)
*
* Hotti:
*   That girl... Ah, I remember
*   her especially well... Really,
*   especially, very well...
*
********************************************

*** Lotta's Photo 1 or 2 *******************
*
* Hotti:
*   Now this is what I'm talking
*   about! Hmm, yes... nice. This
*   is nice and exciting.
*
* Phoenix:
*   What do you think?
*   Does anything grab your
*   attention?
*
* Hotti:
*   There's no mistaking this is
*   nice... Hmm, yes... I like...
*   Yes... I like this picture...
*
* Hotti:
*   Hmm, yes... Mind if I borrow
*   this for a while...? For...
*   "private research" purposes...
*
* Phoenix:
*   Umm, that's okay...
*   (I don't think I should
*   support his "research"...)
*
********************************************

*** Maya Fey profile ***********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   So about this girl...
*
* Hotti:
*   Hmm... She is... Um...
*   Not the best...
*   Hmm, yes...
*
* Hotti:
*   But she'd be a great
*   candidate for surgery...
*   Hmm, yes, yes...
*
* Hotti:
*   Hmm...
*   That's really the only thing
*   I can prescribe for her...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (...What is he talking about?
*   What surgery...?)
*
********************************************

*** Mia Fey profile ************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Would you please take a look
*   at this person...?
*
* Hotti:
*   Oooh... This is, this is...
*   ...A superb example of
*   a woman...
*
* Hotti:
*   I'd like to...
*   hmm, meet her...
*   just one time...
*
* Hotti:
*   Bring her to me tomorrow.
*   Hmm... She'll get special
*   attention from me, I promise.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Wh-Where does he think
*   he is!? This is a medical
*   facility!!)
*
********************************************

*** Pearl Fey profile **********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   So, about this girl...
*
* Hotti:
*   Isn't she the patient down
*   in room 206...? Hmm, yes...
*
* Hotti:
*   I'm sure that cute nurse is
*   taking very good care of her.
*
* Hotti:
*   That nurse said the girl has
*   chicken pox... or was it
*   measles... Maybe the flu...?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Um, Pearls is fine and well,
*   although I feel sorry for the
*   nurse now.)
*
********************************************

*** Ini Miney profile **********************
*
* Hotti:
*   Mmm... Miss Ini is really cute
*   in this picture. You'd agree,
*   right?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Y-Yeah, sure.
*
* Hotti:
*   I wish I could see her again.
*   Maybe the next time she has
*   a big accident. Hmm, yes...
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...I'll tell her for you...
*
* Hotti:
*   Hmm, yes... Please... Hmm...
*   I'll be waiting for her...
*   Hmm... Yes... Waiting...
*
********************************************

*** Mimi Miney profile *********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   About this person...
*
* Hotti:
*   Hmm... Hmm... I feel like...
*   I feel like... Somewhere...
*
* Hotti:
*   I've seen her somewhere
*   before, I think... Hmm...
*   Hmm...
*
* Hotti:
*   Well, when she comes tomorrow
*   for her consultation, I'm sure
*   we can get re-acquainted...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (...I don't believe this...)
*
********************************************

*** Franziska von Karma profile ************
*
* Phoenix:
*   This person...
*
* Hotti:
*   Ooh, she's nice.
*   That look in her eye...
*   She looks like a queen.
*
* Hotti:
*   She's glaring at me. Hmm...
*   Ah, her stare is making me
*   choke up in tears.
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...I...
*   I was whipped by her...
*   And it hurt... a lot...
*
* Hotti:
*   Oh, wow!
*   I am so JEALOUS!
*
* Hotti:
*   So? Did you cry?
*   How did it feel?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (...I cried a little...
*   I think...?
*   I can't actually remember...)
*
********************************************

*** Director Hotti (purported) profile *****
*
* Hotti:
*   Oh, it's me. Hmm, yes... My
*   tuft of hair... It's so nice.
*   Shows off my smartness...
*
* Hotti:
*   You should try it too.
*   My new hairstyle
*   that I invented...
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...Ah, that's OK.
*   I'll pass on this one...
*
********************************************

*** Any other evidence *********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Um, so what do you know
*   about this...?
*
* Hotti:
*   I see this and, um, my mind's
*   blank. Hmm, yes. It's boring,
*   that's why. Boring.
*
* Hotti:
*   Hmm, yes... How do I put it?
*   If you had more... Hmm... More
*   attractive items... Yes...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (...Attractive...? Huh?)
*
********************************************

*** Any other profile **********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   So, I'd like to ask you about
*   this person...
*
* Hotti:
*   Hmm... Something tells me...
*   Hmm, yes... Umm...
*   No, nothing.
*
* Hotti:
*   There is no need to bring this
*   person in for an exam.
*   Wouldn't do it anyway. Hmm...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Even as a pretend doctor, he
*   gets an F from me...)
*
********************************************

--------------------------------------------

*AFTER TALKING TO HOTTI*

Hotti:
  It's been half a year since
  Miss Ini had her surgery and
  got better.

Hotti:
  She was discharged sometime
  in December last year.

Phoenix:
  (It's already been half a
  year, huh...?)

Hotti:
  Hmm, yes... So, how was I?
  I was a real help, wasn't I?
  Hmm, yes...

Phoenix:
  Y-Yes...
  Thank you very much.

Hotti:
  Hmm, yes... Well, then, I'll
  be getting back to my room
  then.

Hotti:
  Tell Miss Ini I said hi, OK?
  Hmm, yes...

Phoenix:
  (It's time for me to leave
  too, hmm, yes... Ack! OK, it's
  definitely time to leave!)

MOVE TO: "Kurain Village"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 21
Kurain Village

Lotta:
  Hey! So how was it!?
  Didja go to the clinic?

Phoenix:
  Yeah... I found out a few
  things... I guess...

Lotta:
  ...What's the matter?
  Ya ain't lookin' so well.

Lotta:
  Ah, yeah. So earlier, that
  ol' granny called the cops.

Phoenix:
  ...Huh?
  The cops? Why would Morgan
  call the police?

Lotta:
  She said she had "somethin'
  to tell 'em". Things are
  sure gettin' interestin'.

--------------------------------------------

TALK (TO LOTTA)
---------------

>>> Morgan >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Lotta:
>   Ah, but honestly, I tell ya,
>   that granny sure got her
>   bloomers in a knot.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Well, I guess you could put it
>   that way...
>
> Lotta:
>   It always starts out small,
>   ya know?
>
> Lotta:
>   Stealin' the Master's seat,
>   and controllin' the village
>   folk...
>
> Lotta:
>   and now ya see what it's
>   turned into? A murder,
>   that's what.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Yeah, what a mess.
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...
>   H-Hey, hold on!
>
> Lotta:
>   What?
>
> Phoenix:
>   That stuff you were just
>   talking about... That's the
>   first I've heard of it.
>
> Lotta:
>   Heh, really?
>
> Lotta:
>   Well, it's old news to
>   everyone else in the world.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Well, excuse me for not
>   keeping up with gossip
>   while I'm busy saving people!)
>
> Phoenix:
>   You said something about
>   "stealing the Master's seat"?
>
> Lotta:
>   Yup.
>
> Lotta:
>   Right now, the Master is
>   this medium named Misty
>   Fey, but...
>
> Lotta:
>   the one that was really
>   supposed to be the Master
>   was that old granny.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Morgan was supposed to
>   become... the Master...?)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Ini Miney >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Do you know where
>   Ini is, Lotta?
>
> Lotta:
>   Yeah, I saw her not too long
>   ago. She's hangin' around
>   that garden in the middle.
>
> Phoenix:
>   OK, thanks.
>
> Lotta:
>   Ya got somethin' to ask her?
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Yeah. I've got a whole list
>   of things only she can
>   clear up for me...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> The Master >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Lotta:
>   So I hear the Master has
>   always been the oldest
>   daughter.
>
> Phoenix:
>   The oldest daughter...?
>
> Lotta:
>   Turns out, that old bat is
>   Misty Fey's older sister...
>
> Phoenix:
>   O-Oh?
>
> Lotta:
>   They say the older sister
>   is usually the one with
>   more spiritual power.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Come to think of it, Maya
>   said the same thing a long
>   time ago...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (She warned me not to take
>   Mia's powers lightly...)
>
> Lotta:
>   Well, anyway...
>
> Lotta:
>   somehow, granny there lost
>   to her younger sister, Misty.
>
> Phoenix:
>   I see...
>
> Lotta:
>   This made the townsfolk turn
>   against her, so I hear. Said
>   all sorta things too, like,
>
> Lotta:
>   "She's the oldest, and yet she
>   doesn't have the power to be
>   the next Master. Disgraceful."
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Wow. I had no idea...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...So what would've happened
>   had Morgan been stronger...?
>
> Lotta:
>   Maya's family woulda been the
>   branch family, I reckon.
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

MOVE TO: "Winding Way"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 21
Fey Manor
Winding Way

Ini:
  Hey!
  Like, I haven't seen you
  in a while...

Phoenix:
  Yeah.

Phoenix:
  (I think I have enough to
  finally unlock her secret...)

Ini:
  ...Like, what's with that
  scary look on your face...?

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Present Maya's Magatama*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

*2 PSYCHE-LOCKS*

-- Traffic Accident --

Phoenix:
  Please tell me about the
  traffic accident.

Ini:
  Huh?
  Like, whose accident?

Phoenix:
  Your sister's accident,
  naturally!

Ini:
  Oh... Um, Oh, yeah...

Ini:
  So, like, that Dr. Grey guy
  made my sister fall asleep...

Ini:
  And, like, that's all I have
  to say about that.

Phoenix:
  Hmm...

Phoenix:
  (Interesting...)

Phoenix:
  (Ini just asked, "Whose
  accident?"...)

Phoenix:
  (Which means...)

Phoenix:
  (She must know something
  about another person's
  accident...)

Phoenix:
  Alright, let's change the
  topic, then.

Phoenix:
  How about you tell me about
  a certain other person's
  accident?

Ini:
  Huh? Another person's
  accident...? Like, you got
  someone in mind?

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Ini:
x   Oh wow. So, like, that person
x   had a car accident too?
x
x Phoenix:
x   You can't tell me you don't
x   know.
x
x Ini:
x   Like, how would I know
x   if that person, like,
x   had an accident?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Oh.
x
x Ini:
x   Besides, like, I'm an occult
x   fan, not an ambulance chaser
x   like you.
x
x Phoenix:
x   Alright, I get it. OK, then
x   let's see if you know about
x   this person's accident!
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Ini Miney profile*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  I want to ask you about your
  own car accident.

Ini:
  M...
  Me!?

Phoenix:
  Yes.

Ini:
  So, wow, like, how strange.
  I have, like, no idea what
  you're talking about.

Ini:
  Can you, like, prove I was in,
  like, an accident?

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Phoenix:
x   Here is your proof.
x
x Ini:
x   ...Like, this is so totally
x   bringing me down.
x
x Phoenix:
x   H-Huh?
x
x Ini:
x   I know I'm, like, a little
x   flakey, but do you really,
x   like, think I'm an idiot?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Ah, um, no... I didn't mean to
x   suggest that...
x
x Ini:
x   Like, let's make sure we're on
x   the same page. I, like, want
x   proof I was in an accident.
x
x Phoenix:
x   (I thought I'd ease into this
x   topic, but...)
x
x Phoenix:
x   It doesn't matter what you
x   say, I know you were in a
x   car accident!
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Newspaper Clipping 2*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  Would you take a look at this?
  It's a newspaper article from
  one year ago.

Phoenix:
  It says,
  "Ms. Ini Miney Holds Interview
  About Crash".

Ini:
  ...Ah!

Phoenix:
  You suffered a very bad
  injury and had to be admitted
  to a hospital, correct?

Ini:
  L-Like, wait!

Phoenix:
  What now?

Ini:
  ...
  Th-That's not me!

Phoenix:
  Huh!?

Ini:
  I mean, like, this person has,
  like, the same name, but she's
  totally not me.

Ini:
  My name, "Ini Miney" is,
  like, pretty common.

Phoenix:
  What in the world are you
  babbling about!?

Phoenix:
  Your sister's name, "Mimi
  Miney" is in here too!

Ini:
  Like, totally, wow... What a
  scary coincidence! I'm totally
  getting, like, goosebumps.

Phoenix:
  (Y-You think I'm going to let
  you get away with that!?)

Ini:
  So, like, now what?

Ini:
  Like, do you have something
  that totally says I was
  hospitalized?

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Ini:
x   Um, like, you shouldn't throw,
x   like, truffling things around,
x   you know?
x
x Phoenix:
x   ...Truffling?
x   (Um, "trifling", maybe?)
x
x Ini:
x   So, like, let's use our
x   brains, OK?
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present License Photo*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  This is your proof.

Ini:
  ...Like, what's that picture
  supposed to mean?

Phoenix:
  I got this from the hospital
  where you were hospitalized
  at.

Ini:
  H-Huh? So?

Phoenix:
  There was a certain patient
  there. He's quite a fan...

Phoenix:
  As a memento of your stay,
  he stole this. I have to say,
  this photo looks like you.

Ini:
  ...That creepy fake Director!

*1 LOCK BROKEN*

Phoenix:
  Now are you ready to tell me
  about the accident...?

Ini:
  Like, wait a sec.

Ini:
  OK, so, like, I was in an
  accident. Sure.

Ini:
  But that's, like, totally not
  related to this murder!

Phoenix:
  Actually, it is.

Phoenix:
  Look at this article.

Phoenix:
  It says that "one of the women
  died", correct?

Ini:
  ...A-And?

Phoenix:
  That woman who died -- who
  do you suppose they mean?

Ini:
  ...

Phoenix:
  Do you suppose the woman
  who died in that accident
  could be...?

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Phoenix:
x   Do you suppose it could be
x   this person...?
x
x Ini:
x   ...
x
x Ini:
x   Like, no way.
x
x Phoenix:
x   ...Huh?
x
x Ini:
x   Like, the accident was, like,
x   a year ago, so, like, what's
x   this person got to do with it?
x
x Ini:
x   I'm totally not interested in
x   stupid people like you.
x   Bye-bye...
x
x Phoenix:
x   (...Ack, I have to stall her!)
x
x Phoenix:
x   W-Wait!
x   Look, I think I know who
x   it is!
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Mimi Miney profile*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  I believe it was your sister,
  Mimi Miney.

Ini:
  Mimi...

Phoenix:
  You were riding in your
  sister's car while she drove.

Phoenix:
  The two of you were together
  when your accident occurred,
  making it one and the same!

*1 LOCK BROKEN*

*UNLOCK SUCCESSFUL*

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

TALK (TO INI)
-------------

>>> Traffic accident >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Ini:
>   Yeah...
>   I was... riding...
>
> Ini:
>   Riding in that car...
>   with my sister.
>
> Ini:
>   We were... like, on our
>   way home...
>
> ------------------------------------------
>
> Ini:
>   I was riding in the passenger
>   seat when I fell asleep...
>
> Ini:
>   ...and then, it happened.
>
> Ini:
>   At the time, I grabbed for my
>   purse, and escaped from the
>   passenger-side door.
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...And your sister...?
>
> Ini:
>   I, like, couldn't do
>   anything...
>
> Ini:
>   The car was full of smoke...
>   I couldn't see anything...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Oh, I'm sorry...
>
> ------------------------------------------
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Dr. Grey >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Did Dr. Grey really cause that
>   accident by drugging your
>   sister with sleeping pills?
>
> Ini:
>   Like, he was totally
>   out to get my sister...
>
> Ini:
>   He totally did that to, like,
>   pay my sister back...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Hmm, I wonder...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (This does give Ini a
>   good reason to want to
>   murder Dr. Grey!)
>
> Ini:
>   Ha ha ha.
>   It seems simple, doesn't it?
>
> Phoenix:
>   What do you mean!?
>
> Ini:
>   But, it would be very hard
>   to catch me. Actually, I'd
>   say impossible.
>
> Phoenix:
>   What!?
>
> Ini:
>   I think you get the picture.
>
> Ini:
>   I'm going to serve you a slice
>   of humble pie!
>   I hope you enjoy it.
>
> Ini:
>   Ha ha ha...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

MOVE TO: "Kurain Village"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 21
Kurain Village

Phoenix:
  ...?
  Looks like something's up...

Pearl:
  S-Stop...
  Stop!
  Leave my mother alone!

Gumshoe:
  O-Ow!
  H-Hey, hold on, OK, pal!?
  I'm not gonna hurt...

Morgan:
  Pearl, dear.
  It is perfectly alright.

Morgan:
  I will be out for a short
  while with this young man.

Pearl:
  Mother! Please, let me go too!

Morgan:
  No, you must stay here
  and protect the manor.

Pearl:
  But...

Gumshoe:
  Aww, don't make that face.
  Hey, I'll tell you what!

Gumshoe:
  I'll show you something cool.
  Here, look!
  It's a real pistol...

Morgan:
  Detective!
  Do not upset me further!

Gumshoe:
  Ah... Sorry...

Phoenix:
  (...Poor Gumshoe... Being
  dragged off by the ear like
  that by Morgan... Owww...)

Pearl:
  Mother...

--------------------------------------------

TALK (TO PEARL)
---------------

>>> Morgan >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Pearl:
>   Mother...
>
> Pearl:
>   This has never happened
>   before...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Pearls...
>
> Pearl:
>   Mr. Nick!
>
> Pearl:
>   ...I have a really bad feeling
>   that I can't shake.
>
> Pearl:
>   I think something really bad
>   is going to happen...
>
> Pearl:
>   I'm scared...
>   ...I'm really scared,
>   Mr. Nick...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Say something, Wright!
>   Anything...!
>   *sigh* I'm terrible at this.)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Maya >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Pearl:
>   Mr. Nick, what about...
>   What about Mystic Maya?
>
> Phoenix:
>   She'll be alright.
>   I think I've gathered enough
>   evidence...
>
> Pearl:
>   Mystic Maya... She must feel
>   all alone.
>
> Pearl:
>   Please, Mr. Nick!
>   Go visit her!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Yeah, but... I can't just
>   leave you here all
>   alone, either.
>
> Pearl:
>   I-I'll be fine!
>
> Pearl:
>   Please!
>   Mystic Maya needs you by
>   her side!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Her stare is really
>   piercing... *shiver*)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO PEARL)
------------------

*** Anything *******************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Hey, Pearls...
*   Could you take a look at...
*
* Pearl:
*   ...*sniffle*...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Aww... I can't do this to her
*   now. She looks so pitiful and
*   sad...)
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Detention Center"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 21, 6:38 PM
Detention Center
Visitor's Room

Mia:
  You kept me waiting, Phoenix.

Phoenix:
  Mia!

Mia:
  So, how are the preparations?

Phoenix:
  I think I have enough evidence
  and information now...
  I think...

Mia:
  Everything will be on your
  shoulders tomorrow.

Mia:
  Whether Maya is found guilty
  or innocent... It's a heavy
  weight to bear.

Phoenix:
  (Hmm...)

Phoenix:
  (If memory serves...)

Phoenix:
  (Mia had a few Psyche-Locks
  of her own...)

Phoenix:
  Mia. I'm going to get the
  last piece of information
  I need.

Mia:
  Sure.
  I welcome you to try.

--------------------------------------------

TALK (TO MIA)
-------------

>>> The murderer >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Mia...
>
> Mia:
>   Yes?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Mia...
>   You know something, don't you?
>
> Phoenix:
>   About the real murderer,
>   I mean.
>
> Mia:
>   ...!
>
> *3 PSYCHE-LOCKS*
>
> Mia:
>   Why... do you think so?
>
> Phoenix:
>   (It's really trying at times
>   to be able to see other
>   people's secrets...)
>
> Mia:
>   It looks like it's time for
>   you to explain your reasoning.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Yeah...
>   (A battle of wits against Mia!
>   ...*gulp*)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

(After the Psyche-Locks appeared)

>>> The murderer >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Mia, I want to help Maya
>   any way I can.
>
> Phoenix:
>   And to do that, I need to
>   know who the real murderer
>   is...
>
> *3 PSYCHE-LOCKS*
>
> Mia:
>   I know.
>   Now, show me your ability
>   as a lawyer.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (This is it...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (The real murderer that Mia's
>   been hesitant to name all
>   this time!)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Present Maya's Magatama*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

*3 PSYCHE-LOCKS*

-- The Murderer --

Mia:
  Phoenix...

Mia:
  You think I'm hiding
  information about someone
  from you... Isn't that right?

Phoenix:
  Yes.

Mia:
  Alright, then. Tell me who
  you think I'm protecting.

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Phoenix:
x   Um, I think you're trying to
x   protect this person...?
x
x Mia:
x   Phoenix.
x   Don't let me down like this.
x
x Phoenix:
x   I... I'm sorry.
x
x Mia:
x   Maya's life is on the line!
x   Concentrate harder!
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Mia's especially strict
x   today...)
x
x Mia:
x   So? Have you gathered
x   your thoughts?
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Morgan Fey profile*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  Morgan Fey, of course.

Phoenix:
  There is no one else you would
  protect like this, Mia...

*1 LOCK BROKEN*

Mia:
  Well done, but...

Mia:
  While the murder was being
  committed, my aunt was
  outside with everyone else.

Mia:
  Which means she already has
  an alibi.

Phoenix:
  That's true...

Mia:
  Show me some evidence
  that would cast suspicion
  onto my aunt.

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Phoenix:
x   Um, I think this...?
x
x Mia:
x   No.
x   You're wrong.
x   Try again.
x
x Phoenix:
x   You're really unforgiving
x   today, Mia...
x
x Mia:
x   And I keep telling you...
x   Don't take this lightly.
x   Maya's life is on the line.
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Mia is really serious...)
x
x Mia:
x   Now, I'm going to ask you
x   one more time.
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Cloth Scrap*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  The proof is this piece of
  cloth.

Mia:
  ...

Phoenix:
  I found it in the incinerator
  near the Winding Way.

Phoenix:
  It's the same material as
  Maya's costume... Except for
  the splotch of blood.

Mia:
  You mean, it's from Maya's
  costume that she was wearing
  at the time of the murder?

Phoenix:
  Yes.

Mia:
  But when Maya was arrested,
  she was wearing her costume.

Phoenix:
  That just means someone
  changed her clothes.

Mia:
  Changed her clothes?
  But why...?

Phoenix:
  I don't know why.

Phoenix:
  But... There is only one
  person who could've
  done that.

Mia:
  The one person who was taking
  care of Maya... My aunt.

Mia:
  ...

Phoenix:
  What's that look mean?

Mia:
  Your argument is too flimsy.

Phoenix:
  Huh?

Mia:
  You have no proof that this
  piece of cloth is actually
  from Maya's costume.

Phoenix:
  But... this blood...

Mia:
  And do you know whose blood
  that is at this point in time?
  You don't, do you?

Mia:
  Do you have any proof that
  piece of cloth is from Maya's
  costume?

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Mia:
x   Phoenix, we don't have any
x   time left.
x
x Phoenix:
x   (I haven't even said anything
x   yet...)
x
x Mia:
x   You can't pin my aunt as the
x   murderer with one piece of
x   evidence alone.
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Black Key*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  I think this is the proof
  you're looking for.

Mia:
  ...The key to the Channeling
  Chamber, huh?

Phoenix:
  At the beginning of the
  channeling, Maya had
  possession of this key.

Phoenix:
  And yet, somehow, it magically
  ended up in the incinerator
  in the center garden.

Mia:
  ...You're right.

Phoenix:
  And this is what Maya told me.

--------------------------------------------

  "While I was channeling, the
  key was sitting inside my
  sleeve."

  And both this key and the
  piece of cloth were found
  inside the incinerator.

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  Which means that this piece
  of cloth was a part of Maya's
  costume.

Mia:
  It would certainly seem that
  way...

Phoenix:
  Someone changed her into a
  different set of clothes.

Phoenix:
  And then, burned the costume
  she was wearing in the
  incinerator.

Phoenix:
  There is only one person who
  could've done that.

Mia:
  The one person who was taking
  care of Maya... My aunt.

Phoenix:
  Exactly!

*1 LOCK BROKEN*

Mia:
  You did very well, Phoenix.

Phoenix:
  Thank you.

Mia:
  As long as you have those
  two pieces of evidence, you
  can cast suspicion on my aunt.

Mia:
  However.

Phoenix:
  H-However?

Mia:
  Like I said in the beginning,
  my aunt has an alibi.

Phoenix:
  Yeah... She was with us
  the whole time...

Mia:
  Here's my final question.
  You don't have to present
  solid proof of this for me.

Mia:
  But I want to know. If my aunt
  is the culprit, then how did
  she commit the murder?

Phoenix:
  How she did it, huh...?

Mia:
  I want to hear your thoughts.

Mia:
  In order for my aunt to murder
  Dr. Grey, who or what did she
  need...?

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Phoenix:
x   ...
x   (No idea... Just throwing
x   things out now...)
x
x Mia:
x   ...And you were so close too,
x   Phoenix.
x
x Phoenix:
x   Yeah...
x
x Mia:
x   There is no way my aunt could
x   have done it herself.
x
x Mia:
x   So, thinking logically, where
x   does that leave you? Should be
x   easy for you to figure out...
x
x Phoenix:
x   (So, if Morgan couldn't have
x   done it herself... Then...)
x
x Mia:
x   Come on, Phoenix.
x   Think.
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Ini Miney profile*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  ...Ini Miney.
  She's the answer to the final
  question.

Mia:
  Which means that my aunt
  and Ini Miney...

Phoenix:
  ...Were in cahoots!

*1 LOCK BROKEN*

*UNLOCK SUCCESSFUL*

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

TALK (TO MIA)
-------------

>>> The murderer >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Mia:
>   ...Something's been bothering
>   me all this time.
>
> Mia:
>   This crime is something no
>   normal person could carry
>   out.
>
> Mia:
>   The person would have to know
>   a lot about Fey Manor and the
>   village itself to do this.
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...But Morgan already has
>   an alibi...
>
> Mia:
>   Yes, which is why I can't
>   figure out how it was done.
>
> Mia:
>   We can assume that Ini Miney
>   is involved somehow...
>
> Phoenix:
>   But we have one big problem
>   on our hands.
>
> Mia:
>   ...A problem? With what?
>
> Phoenix:
>   We don't have a motive.
>
> Mia:
>   Why would Morgan want to
>   kill Dr. Grey? Why would she
>   have to?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Also, we don't really know for
>   sure that she was cooperating
>   with Ini.
>
> Mia:
>   ...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Mia doesn't have a clue
>   either, huh?)
>
> Mia:
>   Hmm... Then, there is only one
>   possibility...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Huh!?
>
> Mia:
>   Think about it, Phoenix.
>
> Mia:
>   Why would my aunt do
>   something like this?
>
> Mia:
>   And why would she do it in
>   such an underhanded
>   fashion?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um... because...?
>
> Mia:
>   Mother... She is the one who
>   holds the key to this.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Mother? Whose?
>   Mine?
>
> Mia:
>   Don't be silly.
>   Mine, of course!
>   Misty Fey.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Mia and Maya's mother?
>   Why would she bring her
>   up now...?)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

--------------------------------------------

Mia:
  Now then...

Mia:
  Looks like we've gathered
  everything we could.

Mia:
  All we have to do is win
  tomorrow! Everything will
  become apparent then.

Phoenix:
  R-Right, Chief!
  We won't lose!


                                             To be continued.
_______________________________________________________________________________
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                                Part 4-1: Trial                          [0425]
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June 22, 9:51 AM
District Court
Defendant Lobby No. 3

Maya:
  Um... Nick...

Phoenix:
  Yeah?

Maya:
  Did you know that Von Karma's
  daughter is only 18...
  Just like me...?

Phoenix:
  Um, yeah.
  ...Why?

Maya:
  I was just thinking about
  how strong she is...

Maya:
  I mean, she's been in Germany
  all this time all by herself,
  and she's so grown up!

Phoenix:
  ...Yeah, and I'm sure she
  felt a lot of pressure from
  her father's reputation.

Maya:
  ...And then you look at me,
  and, well...

Maya:
  I'm the daughter of the
  Master, but I'm still just
  a little girl.

Maya:
  And on top of that, I'm the
  suspect in a murder trial.

Phoenix:
  (Um... But I think you're
  really strong too, Maya, for
  all you've gone through...)

Pearl:
  Good morning!

Pearl:
  The two of you look like
  you're doing well today.
  I'm happy for you!

Maya:
  Hey!
  Morning, Pearly!

Pearl:
  You'll be safe today, Mystic
  Maya!

Maya:
  Huh?
  What do you mean?

Pearl:
  My mother is coming today
  to show her support!

Maya:
  Y-Yeah...
  Yeah! That's right, Pearly!

Phoenix:
  Hey, Pearls...

Pearl:
  ...?
  Yes, Mr. Nick?

Phoenix:
  Um, do you think you could do
  me a big favor? Could you
  channel Mia today too?

Pearl:
  Huh? ...I was sort of hoping
  to sit in the audience today
  and watch...

Phoenix:
  ...Please. It's very important
  to me. I don't feel confident
  enough without her help...

Pearl:
  Mr. Nick!
  That's enough!

Pearl:
  You can't show weakness in
  front of the person you love!

Maya:
  P-Pearly!
  N-Not this again...

Phoenix:
  Please, can you do this
  for us, Pearls?

Pearl:
  Um... Alright. I'll do it.
  I'll do it for Mystic Maya's
  sake.

Pearl:
  See you later, then!
  I'll leave you two to
  your alone time!

Phoenix:
  ...Phew, thank goodness.

Maya:
  Nick?

Phoenix:
  This way, Pearls won't be able
  to see today's trial...

Maya:
  ...Wh-What do you mean...?
  What's going on...?

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

June 22, 10:00 AM
District Court
Courtroom No. 2

Judge:
  Court is now in session for
  the trial of Maya Fey.

Phoenix:
  The defense is ready, Your
  Honor.

von Karma:
  Let's start already.

von Karma:
  Mr. Phoenix Wright.
  I look forward to tonight's
  news with great joy.

von Karma:
  The image of your defeated
  face will be transmitted
  all over the world!

Mia:
  All over the world, huh?
  Sounds like you've made quite
  a name for yourself, Phoenix.

von Karma:
  Don't be foolish, you foolish
  fool wearing the foolishly
  foolish clothes.

von Karma:
  The famous one is me!

von Karma:
  I'm the prodigy who has never
  lost a case since becoming a
  prosecutor five years ago.

von Karma:
  Naturally, the world's eyes
  are on me, as I conduct my
  first trial in this country!

Mia:
  Uh, huh...
  That's nice, Ms. von Karma.

von Karma:
  Hmph.
  Glad to see you're in such
  good "spirits" today, Ms. Fey.

Phoenix:
  (Uhh... It's true what they
  say... Women really are scary
  when they fight... *gulp*)

Judge:
  Now then. A very interesting
  theory was presented during
  yesterday's session.

von Karma:
  That the defendant could have
  left the Channeling Chamber,
  correct?

Judge:
  Yes.
  And this key is proof of that.

Judge:
  This key, the only key to the
  Channeling Chamber, was not
  where it should have been.

von Karma:
  Your Honor, I would like to
  say one thing before we begin.

Judge:
  A-Alright...
  Let's hear it.

von Karma:
  The prosecution has determined
  that from the time of the
  murder to the time of arrest,

von Karma:
  the defendant did indeed leave
  the room at one point.

Phoenix:
  Wh-What!?

Judge:
  But... Ms. von Karma!

Judge:
  Then... How do you explain
  this picture?

Judge:
  Are you saying then, that the
  person in this picture is not
  the defendant...?

von Karma:
  I never said that wasn't the
  defendant.

Judge:
  Th-Then what is the meaning
  of this...?

von Karma:
  All I am saying is that Maya
  Fey, after killing the victim,
  exited the room.

von Karma:
  And I believe that is when
  she dropped this key.

Judge:
  Can you substantiate your
  claim?

von Karma:
  Isn't that what I'm here for?

von Karma:
  The prosecution would like to
  call the defendant's aunt,
  Morgan Fey, to the stand.

Mia:
  ...Just as I suspected.
  Aunt Morgan...

Phoenix:
  (Poor Mia... She seems really
  torn by this...)

--------------------------------------------

von Karma:
  Witness.
  Name and occupation.

Morgan:
  My name is Morgan Fey,
  and I am a spirit medium,
  in a manner of speaking...

Judge:
  I'm sorry, but what do you
  mean, "in a manner of
  speaking"...?

Judge:
  Aaah!

von Karma:
  I don't think anyone really
  cares.

von Karma:
  Now then, after the murder
  took place, you kept watch
  over the defendant, correct?

Morgan:
  Yes, that is correct.

Morgan:
  I performed the Spirit
  Severing Technique
  on Mystic Maya then.

Judge:
  S-Spirit Severing Technique?

Morgan:
  A technique to remove a spirit
  from a body and send it back
  to the other world. That is...

Judge:
  Yes...?
  That is...?

Judge:
  Mmfph!

von Karma:
  You. Be quiet.

von Karma:
  Now, witness.

von Karma:
  Something happened while
  you were performing this
  technique, correct?

Morgan:
  ...Yes, that is correct.

Phoenix:
  Wh-What in the world
  could've...!?

Morgan:
  Mystic Maya... She escaped
  from the room...

Judge:
  Wh-What!?

von Karma:
  And here we come to the
  heart of the matter.

von Karma:
  Maya Fey, while in a possessed
  state, managed to escape from
  the Channeling Chamber!

Judge:
  Order! Order! Order!

Judge:
  Ms. Fey! Please testify to
  this court what happened
  during that time!

Morgan:
  Your Honor, I will try
  my best...

Mia:
  I think someone just upped
  the ante on this trial...

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WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- Maya's Escape --

(1)
Morgan:
  After we heard the gunshots,
  those two broke the door
  open and entered the Chamber.

(2)
Morgan:
  I requested that Mr. Wright
  and the other lady please
  contact the police.

(3)
Morgan:
  A pistol was hanging from
  Mystic Maya's hand and
  she was in a daze...

(4)
Morgan:
  Then, quite suddenly, she
  thrusted me away from herself
  and escaped from the room.

(5)
Morgan:
  With great strength, she hit
  the base of my neck and
  I fainted for a short while...

(6)
Morgan:
  I'm afraid I have no knowledge
  of where she went after that.

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  Why have you hidden this
  until now!?

Morgan:
  I... I did not wish to cause
  more trouble for Mystic
  Maya.

Morgan:
  However... I must correct
  falsities when they arise.

von Karma:
  That's right.
  She is simply correcting
  a falsity, Mr. Phoenix Wright.

Phoenix:
  (Why is she making it a point
  to take a stab at me...
  Never mind.)

Judge:
  Mr. Wright, your cross-
  examination, please.

Mia:
  My aunt is a very smart and
  sly person.

Mia:
  It's going to be hard for us
  to find a crack in her
  testimony...

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CROSS EXAMINATION
-- Maya's Escape --

(1)
Morgan:
  After we heard the gunshots,
  those two broke the door
  open and entered the Chamber.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Just now, you said, "those
       two." Who were the two people
       you were referring to?

     Morgan:
       I was referring to that
       foreign lady and yourself,
       good sir.

     Phoenix:
       Um, Lotta's not a foreigner...
       despite how she talks...

     Morgan:
       Oh, is that so?

     Morgan:
       I'm sorry...

     Morgan:
       I simply could not understand
       her atrocious English, not to
       mention she looked awful!

     Phoenix:
       (I can already see people in
       the heartland gearing up for
       a riot...)

     Morgan:
       In any case, I have already
       sent the repair bill to your
       office, Mr. Wright.

     Phoenix:
       Oh, uh, thanks.

     Judge:
       Hmm...
       What did you do after that,
       Ms. Fey?

(2)
Morgan:
  I requested that Mr. Wright
  and the other lady please
  contact the police.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Was it really necessary to
       have two people do something
       so simple as call the police?

     Phoenix:
       If there was a possibility of
       escape, then one of us should
       have stayed behind!

     Judge:
       Hmm, yes.
       That is a very good point.

     Morgan:
       At that time, I, myself, was a
       little confused.

     Morgan:
       On top of which, there was
       another...

     Judge:
       Another what, madam?

     Morgan:
       Oh, it's nothing.
       No need to concern yourself.

     Phoenix:
       (I want to hear the end of
       that sentence...)

     *** Question further ***********************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   There was another reason
     *   you wanted both of us out
     *   of that room, wasn't there!?
     *
     * Morgan:
     *   ...
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   You must testify!
     *   Why did you chase us out
     *   of the room!?
     *
     * Morgan:
     *   ...I simply did not wish for
     *   there to be more victims.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   ...!
     *
     * Morgan:
     *   "The lives of both the good
     *   sir and that camera woman
     *   may be in danger..."
     *
     * Morgan:
     *   is what I thought to myself.
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Well, that was very noble
     *   of you, Ms. Fey.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (This is bad... Now people
     *   have a good impression of
     *   her and a bad one of us...)
     *
     * Mia:
     *   Looks like she caught us
     *   napping.
     *   That's my aunt for you...
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Are you satisfied now,
     *   Mr. Wright?
     *   Ms. Fey, please continue.
     *
     ********************************************

     *** Leave her be ***************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (The last bit of her sentence
     *   sounds like a red herring...)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (If that's the case, I'm not
     *   going to fall into her trap
     *   today.)
     *
     * Judge:
     *   If the defense has no further
     *   questions, let us press on.
     *
     ********************************************

(3)
Morgan:
  A pistol was hanging from
  Mystic Maya's hand and
  she was in a daze...

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       During our investigation,
       you stated that you struck
       the defendant on the head,

     Phoenix:
       and this strike caused Maya
       to lose conciousness. Do
       you stand by this statement?

     Morgan:
       I'm afraid I don't.
       The statement I gave you
       was a lie...

     Phoenix:
       ...!

     Phoenix:
       B-But why would you lie
       about something like that!?

     Morgan:
       It is very painful for me to
       say this, however...

     von Karma:
       *OBJECTION!*

     von Karma:
       The witness was lying
       to cover for the defendant.

     Phoenix:
       (She was... covering for
       Maya...?)

     *** Question further ***********************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   So, you were "covering for
     *   the defendant"!?
     *
     * Morgan:
     *   Well, yes... It was only later
     *   that I was informed of what
     *   had occurred.
     *
     * Morgan:
     *   That the renegade Mystic
     *   Maya had done something
     *   very unexpected...
     *
     * Judge:
     *   S-Something unexpected!?
     *   What, pray tell, did sh--
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Oogh!
     *
     * von Karma:
     *   This witness didn't and
     *   couldn't have seen what
     *   happened.
     *
     * von Karma:
     *   If you want to know what this
     *   unexpected thing was, there
     *   is always later.
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Y-Yes, very well...
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (Ugh... Why does it suddenly
     *   feel like there's a rock in
     *   the pit of my stomach...?)
     *
     * von Karma:
     *   Now, witness, continue with
     *   what happened.
     *
     ********************************************

     *** Leave her be ***************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (I'm sure Von Karma's allowing
     *   this testimony because it's
     *   advantageous to her...)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (...Which means I shouldn't
     *   press Morgan any further...)
     *
     * von Karma:
     *   You're finally beginning to
     *   understand, aren't you,
     *   Mr. Phoenix Wright...
     *
     * von Karma:
     *   Now, witness, continue with
     *   what happened.
     *
     ********************************************

(4)
Morgan:
  Then, quite suddenly, she
  thrusted me away from herself
  and escaped from the room.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Was it really that easy for
       her to escape from you?

     Morgan:
       I'm ashamed to admit to
       such a thing, however, yes...

     Phoenix:
       But you are physically
       larger and stronger than
       the defendant.

     Phoenix:
       There is no way she could have
       escaped from you so easily...

     von Karma:
       *OBJECTION!*

     von Karma:
       Have you forgotten already,
       Mr. Phoenix Wright? What about
       this picture!?

     von Karma:
       Remember that at the time,
       the defendant was not
       physically "Maya Fey".

     Phoenix:
       ...Ack!

     Judge:
       Hmm... Growing old is such a
       mysterious thing.
       Trust me, I know first-hand.

     Morgan:
       Basically, Mystic Maya's
       body was still that of the
       nurse she had called.

     Phoenix:
       But if she had run away,
       wouldn't you have given
       chase right away!?

     Morgan:
       Well, yes, I would have...
       however...

(5)
Morgan:
  With great strength, she hit
  the base of my neck and
  I fainted for a short while...

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       You fainted...?

     Morgan:
       I became dizzy, and then
       collapsed onto the floor.

     Judge:
       How long were you
       unconscious?

     Morgan:
       I... I'm not sure.
       About ten minutes, perhaps.

     Judge:
       Hmm...

     Judge:
       And the defendant almost
       certainly went somewhere
       in that time...

     von Karma:
       Happy?
       Witness, elaborate on that
       point for us.

(6)
Morgan:
  I'm afraid I have no knowledge
  of where she went after that.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Is that because you were
       unconscious?

     Morgan:
       Why, yes...

     Phoenix:
       (Great, well, now what...?)

     *** Question further ***********************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   So while you were unconscious,
     *   you have absolutely no idea
     *   where the defendant went?
     *
     * Morgan:
     *   I would think that's obvious,
     *   good sir.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   If that's true...
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   then how can you know for sure
     *   that the defendant left the
     *   Channeling Chamber at all!?
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Now that you mention it...
     *   I have to wonder myself!
     *
     * von Karma:
     *   It's true that this witness
     *   is not able to confirm this.
     *
     * von Karma:
     *   But the key word here is
     *   "this" witness.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   What do you mean by that!?
     *
     * Mia:
     *   It means she has another
     *   witness up her sleeve.
     *   That's what.
     *
     * Mia:
     *   It looks like Ms. von Karma
     *   is ready to move on to her
     *   next witness.
     *
     ********************************************

     *** Leave her be ***************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (If she fainted, then there's
     *   no way she can testify
     *   any more than she has...)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (If I press her, I'm not going
     *   to get anything useful
     *   anyway...)
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Hmm...
     *   Well, then...
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Let's continue on with the
     *   testimony, shall we?
     *
     ********************************************

--------------------------------------------

Mia:
  I can't see a crack in her
  testimony...

Phoenix:
  Wh-What should we do...?

Mia:
  For now, we should try
  and get more information
  out of her.

Mia:
  After we get more information
  from her we may be able to
  use it later to our advantage.

RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*After pressing at (2), (3), (4) and (6)*

Judge:
  That's enough!

Judge:
  From what I can tell, there
  is nothing wrong with this
  witness' testimony.

Judge:
  And from what she has said,
  we can establish that Maya
  Fey did leave the Chamber.

Phoenix:
  (Hmm... I hope this isn't
  going to come back and
  bite us in the butt...)

von Karma:
  Now, let's take the next
  logical step and ask,

von Karma:
  "Where did the defendant
  go after leaving the
  Channeling Chamber?"

Judge:
  Yes, yes... That is exactly
  what we should b--

Judge:
  Eeek!

von Karma:
  Be quiet, you!

von Karma:
  Now then, what the escapee
  had done was she had gone to
  speak with a certain person!

Phoenix:
  She... She went to speak with
  someone!?

Judge:
  Wh-Who was it!?

von Karma:
  The prosecution calls Ms. Ini
  Miney, who was sleeping in the
  Side Room at the time.

Phoenix:
  I-Ini Miney...?

Mia:
  I think you can see where
  this is headed...

--------------------------------------------

von Karma:
  Witness. Name and occupation.

Ini:
  Um... OK, so my name is,
  like, Ini Miney.

Ini:
  I'm, like, researching, like,
  parapsychology stuff at the,
  um, university.

Judge:
  What is this "parapsychology"?

Ini:
  Um... Let's see...
  It's, like, I guess, most
  people call it "occult stuff".

Judge:
  Even if that's what most
  people call it, I can't say I
  understand what that means...

von Karma:
  Then I suggest you go home
  and research it yourself.

Judge:
  Yes, sir.

von Karma:
  Now then, Ms. Miney,

von Karma:
  after the murder took place,
  you spoke with the defendant,
  Maya Fey.

von Karma:
  Is this correct?

Ini:
  Um... Well...
  Hmm...
  Like, I guess...

von Karma:
  If that's the case, then
  let's hear your testimony.

von Karma:
  That IS alright, isn't it,
  Your Honor?

Judge:
  Yes, sir.

Phoenix:
  (For the love of all things
  good, Your Honor, have
  some spine... For my sake...)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- After the Murder --

(1)
Ini:
  Like, when the channeling
  started, I was, like, sleeping
  in the Side Room.

(2)
Ini:
  Like, a little later, someone
  came into the room, like,
  really suddenly.

(3)
Ini:
  It was, like, oh my gawd,
  totally my sister!

(4)
Ini:
  I, like, hadn't seen her in
  like, so long... I was so
  happy in, like, a sad way...

(5)
Ini:
  My sister... She, like, told
  me something, like, totally
  terrible.

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  Now hold your horses, young
  lady! You're saying the person
  that entered was your sister!?

Judge:
  Don't you mean the defendant,
  Maya Fey...?

von Karma:
  Really, now... Your Honor.

von Karma:
  Maya Fey was still in the
  middle of channeling at
  that time.

Judge:
  A-Are you saying that the
  spirit was the spirit of this
  witness' sister!?

von Karma:
  Yes, Mimi Miney. She was
  a nurse at Dr. Grey's clinic.

Judge:
  Oh... W-Well... This is...

von Karma:
  Witness.

Ini:
  Like, yeah?

von Karma:
  In your testimony, you
  mentioned a "terrible" thing.

von Karma:
  Why don't you tell the court
  what this terrible thing was?

von Karma:
  I'm sure we'd love to hear
  about it.

Ini:
  ...Um, like... Do I totally,
  like, really have to?

von Karma:
  Of course.

Judge:
  Ms. Miney... please.

Ini:
  ...

Ini:
  My sister...
  Like, this is what she
  said to me.

--------------------------------------------

That was... no accident...

I was drugged...
     with sleeping pills...

I was murdered...
     by that person...

That's why...
      I took...
           my revenge...

It's only fair...
           Isn't it...
                     ...Ini?

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  She "took her revenge?"

Judge:
  Are you sure that's what
  she said?

Ini:
  Y-Yes...

von Karma:
  There, are you satisfied,
  Your Honor?

Judge:
  ...I still can't believe it.

Judge:
  I can't believe that a spirit
  would go so far as to use a
  medium to get revenge...

von Karma:
  It is a bit hard to swallow,

von Karma:
  however, all the evidence and
  testimonies point to this
  as the truth!

von Karma:
  ...The end.

Judge:
  ...What do you think,
  Mr. Wright?

Judge:
  It certainly seems like all
  the loose ends are accounted
  for...

Phoenix:
  (This...)

Phoenix:
  (This testimony just now...
  Was it all made up?
  Was it just one huge lie...?)

Mia:
  Of course it was, Phoenix.

Phoenix:
  ...Mia!
  What do you mean?

Mia:
  It's well constructed... but
  that's all it is.

Mia:
  But even the most well-spun
  lies can be undone.

Mia:
  We can do it, Phoenix. Let's
  find that one loose thread and
  unwind this tapestry of lies.

Phoenix:
  Your Honor! There is room for
  doubt, so the defense will
  cross-examine this witness.

Phoenix:
  We believe that our cross-
  examination will reveal the
  real truth behind this murder!

von Karma:
  Yet again the foolish fool
  spouts out more foolishly
  foolish drabble...

von Karma:
  I wonder if you'll make this
  one more entertaining than
  the last...

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CROSS EXAMINATION
-- After the Murder --

(1)
Ini:
  Like, when the channeling
  started, I was, like, sleeping
  in the Side Room.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Was that because of your,
       um... sesame allergy, was it?

     Ini:
       Like, that's right.

     Ini:
       I, like, think there were
       sesame seeds, like, in the
       lunch they served that day.

     Ini:
       I had this, like, premonition
       that it was going to totally
       be a "seedy" day.

     von Karma:
       Yes, indeed.

     Judge:
       Hmm...
       I see...

     Phoenix:
       (...Am I the only one who
       missed the boat here...?)

     Judge:
       Anyway, so you were taking
       a nap. Did something happen
       while you were sleeping?

(2)
Ini:
  Like, a little later, someone
  came into the room, like,
  really suddenly.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Do you know the time?

     Ini:
       Um, uh... Like, maybe a little
       before 11 AM? Something like
       that, I think...

     Phoenix:
       E-Eleven AM...?

     Ini:
       Yeah. Like, my stomach is
       totally ready for, like, food.

     Phoenix:
       ...

     Phoenix:
       Ah, no... I think you
       misunderstood me... I'm not
       asking what time it is now...

     Phoenix:
       I meant what time was it
       when the "someone" came
       into your room!

     Ini:
       Oh! So, like, that's what you
       meant! Like, you shoulda been
       more, like, clear about it!

     Phoenix:
       S-Sorry. My bad.

     Ini:
       No, it's OK.
       Like, it's really...

     Phoenix:
       ...

     Ini:
       ...?

     Phoenix:
       ...That's it?
       Why'd you stop mid-sentence!?

     Ini:
       Did I?
       ...So, like... what was
       I talking about again...?

     Phoenix:
       ...
       N-Never mind...

     von Karma:
       ...Witness. About this person
       who entered the Side Room...

(3)
Ini:
  It was, like, oh my gawd,
  totally my sister!

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Are you absolutely sure?

     Ini:
       ...I guess?

     Phoenix:
       You "guess"...?

     Phoenix:
       Was it or was it not your
       sister who entered?

     Ini:
       Like, I don't know.

     Ini:
       I mean, like, I totally don't
       know "your sister" at all,
       Mr. Smith.

     Phoenix:
       (First off, my name is not
       Mr. Smith. Second, I'm an
       only child.)

     Phoenix:
       (...Hmm, but more than that,
       she's managed to mess up the
       question with her answer...)

     Judge:
       Well, Mr. Wright?

     Phoenix:
       Th-The defense rests...

     von Karma:
       Well, that was a colossal
       waste of our time!

     von Karma:
       Now then, witness. How did
       you feel when you saw
       Ms. Mimi Miney?

(4)
Ini:
  I, like, hadn't seen her in,
  like, so long... I was so
  happy in, like, a sad way...

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       You were... happy in a sad
       way...?

     Ini:
       Yeah, like, I mean, it was
       my sister!

     Phoenix:
       But wouldn't most people react
       here with surprise at seeing a
       dead loved one alive again?

     Ini:
       Um, but, like, maybe if I was,
       like, someone who didn't know
       about, like, the occult.

     Ini:
       But I, like, know all about
       the Kurain Channeling
       Technique.

     von Karma:
       The point here, is the witness
       immediately recognized that
       it was her "sister".

     Ini:
       Yeah, like, what she said.

     Phoenix:
       (Hmm... Should I drop this
       line of questioning...?)

     *** Question further ***********************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   So you really didn't think
     *   anything "strange" of the
     *   whole encounter?
     *
     * Ini:
     *   No.
     *
     * Ini:
     *   Like, there wasn't any reason
     *   for me to, like, think
     *   anything was "strange".
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   But...
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   OWW!
     *
     * von Karma:
     *   Don't keep badgering her.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   ...You know the phrase,
     *   "Objection!"? Could you try
     *   using that once in a while...?
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Hmm... Mr. Wright.
     *
     * Judge:
     *   This question of what the
     *   witness felt when she saw
     *   her sister...
     *
     * Judge:
     *   is it really that important?
     *
     * *** Oh, it's nothing. **********************
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   "Is it really that important?"
     * *   Let me ask you: Is it really
     * *   that important for you to ask?
     * *
     * * Judge:
     * *   Of course it's very important.
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   Well, I don't think it's that
     * *   important at all!
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   Yeow!
     * *
     * * von Karma:
     * *   Stop spewing such nonsensical
     * *   things then.
     * *
     * * von Karma:
     * *   Pay no attention to this twit
     * *   and continue, witness.
     * *
     * * Ini:
     * *   Like, OK.
     * *
     * ********************************************
     *
     * *** It is very important. ******************
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   It is very important!
     * *   (Although I haven't quite
     * *   figured out what "it" is yet.)
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   (But I've got to bluff for now
     * *   and make it seem like I know
     * *   what I'm talking about...)
     * *
     * * Judge:
     * *   Alright, Mr. Wright.
     * *   Ms. Miney, please amend your
     * *   testimony.
     * *
     * * Ini:
     * *   Like, OK.
     * *   I'm, like, totally cool with
     * *   that.
     * *
     * * CHANGE (4) TO (4b)
     * *
     * ********************************************
     *
     ********************************************

     *** Leave her be ***************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (There's no need to press her
     *   over something this minor...)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (I should be trying to find
     *   a more decisive problem
     *   with her testimony...)
     *
     * Ini:
     *   So, like, is it OK?
     *   I'm going to, like, finish my
     *   story, OK?
     *
     ********************************************

(4b)
Ini:
  I wasn't, like, scared at all.
  And, like, her costume looked
  totally, like, normal.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       So, there was nothing odd
       at all about your sister's
       appearance?

     Ini:
       Like, yeah.
       Nothing was, like, weird.

     Phoenix:
       (...Hmm...)

     Mia:
       ...

     Phoenix:
       (Hm? ...Mia's talking to
       herself like she's found
       something wrong...)

     Mia:
       ...That's impossible...

     Phoenix:
       (...?)

     Ini:
       Like, is everything OK?
       Can I, like, go on...?

(5)
Ini:
  My sister... She, like, told
  me something, like, totally
  terrible.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Something "terrible"?
       What was this thing she
       told you?

     Ini:
       Huh? Like, didn't I just,
       like, tell you about it?

     Ini:
       Did you, like, forget already?

     von Karma:
       A foolish fool with a foolish
       sieve for a brain only speaks
       foolishly with foolish words.

     Phoenix:
       (Well, excuuuse me, Princess.
       ...Anyway, should I ask to
       hear the story again...?)

     *** Don't bother asking ********************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (I did just hear this story.
     *   It's not like my memory is
     *   that bad...)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Actually, the defense is fine
     *   and does not need to hear
     *   the story again.
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Very well.
     *   You may continue your
     *   testimony, Ms. Miney.
     *
     ********************************************

     *** Ask to hear it again *******************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   I'm sorry, but could I hear
     *   the story one more time?
     *
     * Ini:
     *   Like, sure, no problem.
     *   I'll even, like, tell it all
     *   spooky-like for you.
     *
     * ------------------------------------------
     *
     * That was... no accident...
     *
     * I was drugged...
     *      with sleeping pills...
     *
     * I was murdered...
     *      by that person...
     *
     * That's why...
     *       I took...
     *            my revenge...
     *
     * It's only fair...
     *            Isn't it...
     *                      ...Ini?
     *
     * ------------------------------------------
     *
     * Ini:
     *   ...Like, how was that?
     *
     * Judge:
     *   It was a little scary...
     *
     * Ini:
     *   Like, I'm sorry.
     *   Maybe I, like, put too much
     *   spookiness into it...?
     *
     ********************************************

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (I know there has to be
  something here I can use...
  But where!?)

Mia:
  She really put a lot of
  thought into this lie,
  didn't she?

Mia:
  We can't rush this.
  Let's take it slowly, one step
  at a time.

Mia:
  She's bound to slip up
  somewhere.

Mia:
  Don't give up.
  But don't get careless, OK?
  Remember, calm and collected.

RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Present Maya's Costume or Lotta's Photo 2* at (4b)

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  That was a very well-spun
  lie, Ms. Ini.

Ini:
  ...!

von Karma:
  Wh-What are you babbling
  about this time, Mr. Phoenix
  Wright!?

Phoenix:
  It's well constructed... but
  that's all it is.

Mia:
  Stealing MY lines now, are
  we, Phoenix?

Phoenix:
  Ms. Miney, may I remind you
  of what you said?

Phoenix:
  You said that there was
  nothing strange about your
  sister's appearance.

Ini:
  L-Like, yeah... And...?

Phoenix:
  But I don't really think you
  thought that at all.
  Take a look at this picture.

Phoenix:
  This is a picture of the
  "sister" you met.

Phoenix:
  I would think that even you
  would be surprised if someone
  like this appeared before you.

von Karma:
  ...
  The blood spray...

Phoenix:
  Ms. Miney!

Phoenix:
  Why did you not include the
  blood you saw in your
  testimony!?

Phoenix:
  If you were really testifying,
  and not lying, you would have
  noted it right off the bat!

Ini:
  Ummm...!

Judge:
  Order! Order!
  Ms. Miney! What is the meaning
  of this!?

Ini:
  ...

Judge:
  ...Ms. Miney?

Ini:
  I'm thinking!
  Don't interrupt me!

Judge:
  ...Um, that...

Judge:
  Eep!

von Karma:
  And what are you stammering
  about, Your Honor...?

Judge:
  Um, uh... Well...
  I... I uhh...

Mia:
  That witness...
  Her personality did a
  complete 180 there.

Phoenix:
  Lots of people do that when
  they get on the stand,
  though.

Mia:
  ...

von Karma:
  First of all, calm yourself
  down, witness.

Ini:
  ...

Ini:
  Like, I'm sorry.
  I, like, didn't mean to
  snap...

von Karma:
  Now, hurry up with the
  testimony.

Judge:
  I-If you please...

Phoenix:
  (Ugh... The judge still looks
  a little shaken up... A lot of
  help he's going to be...)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- After the Murder, Pt.2 --

(1)
Ini:
  Like, the Side Room was, like,
  kinda dark, you know?

(2)
Ini:
  So like, the costume is, like,
  purple, right? The blood
  totally blended right in.

(3)
Ini:
  And I, like, persuaded my
  sister it wasn't, like, right
  to do something like that.

(4)
Ini:
  And then... like, I took my
  sister to the Channeling
  Chamber.

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  Hmm... Yes, now I see.

Judge:
  And you have given us a clear
  reason for why you didn't
  notice the blood.

Ini:
  You think?
  Like, thanks, gramps!

Judge:
  Are you satisfied, Mr. Wright?

Phoenix:
  ...

Judge:
  Alright, I guess not...

Judge:
  Very well.
  You may question the witness.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CROSS EXAMINATION
-- After the Murder, Pt.2 --

(1)
Ini:
  Like, the Side Room was, like,
  kinda dark, you know?

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Really? Because I thought
       it was pretty bright inside
       that room.

     von Karma:
       *OBJECTION!*

     von Karma:
       Don't push your subjective
       opinions onto this court.

     Ini:
       Like, that's right!

     Phoenix:
       Um, excuse me, but how is
       my statement any more
       subjective than Ms. Miney's?

     von Karma:
       You are such a hopeless cause.
       Witness, you may feel free to
       ignore this trite little man.

     Ini:
       Like, OK.

     Phoenix:
       (Uuugh... Can't breathe...
       Let me outta here...)

(2)
Ini:
  So like, the costume is, like,
  purple, right? The blood
  totally blended right in.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       You... didn't see the
       blood...?

     Ini:
       Like, yeah.

     Phoenix:
       But she must have had the
       gun with her at that time
       as well.

     Ini:
       ...!
       That's um...

     Phoenix:
       Are you going to tell me next
       that you didn't notice the gun
       either!?

     Ini:
       I, like, totally didn't. All
       I was looking at was, like,
       her face...

     Judge:
       Hmm...

     von Karma:
       ...
       Continue.

(3)
Ini:
  And I, like, persuaded my
  sister it wasn't, like, right
  to do something like that.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       And what was your sister,
       Ms. Mimi Miney, like at the
       time?

     Ini:
       Well, she was, like, totally
       flipped out 'cause she
       just shot Dr. Grey...

     Ini:
       But, I think, like, she knew.
       She, like, said she did
       something really bad.

     Ini:
       And, like, she said she
       wanted to go with me to,
       like, apologize to Ms. Morgan.

     Phoenix:
       Did Mimi's spirit really say
       all that to you...?

     Ini:
       Like, yeah...

(4)
Ini:
  And then... like, I took my
  sister to the Channeling
  Chamber.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Was your sister calm by that
       time?

     Ini:
       Like, I guess so...

     Ini:
       I guess maybe, like, taking
       her revenge on Dr. Grey, like,
       made her feel a lot better...

     von Karma:
       I'd like to feel a lot better
       too... Mr. Phoenix Wright.
       The sooner the better...

     Phoenix:
       (She says with her whip at
       the ready...)

     Ini:
       And, like, Ms. Morgan was
       the only one in the Channeling
       Chamber, you know?

     Phoenix:
       May I ask you one more
       thing, Ms. Miney?

     Ini:
       Like, sure.

     Phoenix:
       Was there anything you found
       strange, unusual, or just out
       of place?

     Ini:
       Something out of place?
       Huh?
       Like, when do you mean?

     Phoenix:
       Uh, when...?
       Um...
       When you...

     *** were in the Side Room. *****************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   I'm talking about when you
     *   were in the Side Room, of
     *   course!
     *
     * Ini:
     *   Um...
     *   Like, no, nothing strange.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (Hmm... What should I do...?)
     *
     * *** Press harder ***************************
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   Think harder! I know you
     * *   can remember something!
     * *
     * * Ini:
     * *   I, like, totally can't!
     * *
     * * von Karma:
     * *   Just give up already,
     * *   Mr. Phoenix Wright.
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   (I wonder if I put too much
     * *   faith in Ini's ability to do
     * *   anything with that brain...)
     * *
     * ********************************************
     *
     * *** Leave her be ***************************
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   (Even if I push her, this is
     * *   probably a dead end...)
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   (I should search for
     * *   something stronger
     * *   to hook her with.)
     * *
     * * Judge:
     * *   ...Hmm... Well, if the defense
     * *   is finished, please continue
     * *   with your testimony.
     * *
     * * Ini:
     * *   Like, OK.
     * *
     * ********************************************
     *
     ********************************************

     *** were going to the crime scene. *********
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   I'm talking about when you
     *   were going to the Channeling
     *   Chamber, of course!
     *
     * Ini:
     *   Um...
     *   Like, no, nothing strange.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (She answered rather
     *   quickly...
     *   Now what...?)
     *
     * *** Press harder ***************************
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   Think harder! I know you
     * *   can remember something!
     * *
     * * Ini:
     * *   I, like, totally can't!
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   That's not good enough!
     * *   You have to explain yourself
     * *   clearly to this court!
     * *
     * * Judge:
     * *   Hmm...
     * *
     * * Judge:
     * *   Do you think, Mr. Wright, that
     * *   whether or not there was
     * *
     * * Judge:
     * *   something odd on the way
     * *   to the Channeling Chamber
     * *   is all that important?
     * *
     * * *** It's very important. *******************
     * * *
     * * * Phoenix:
     * * *   I ask because it is VERY
     * * *   important!
     * * *
     * * * Phoenix:
     * * *   (...Not that I know where I'm
     * * *   going with this...)
     * * *
     * * * Judge:
     * * *   Very well.
     * * *
     * * * Judge:
     * * *   Ms. Miney, if you will, please
     * * *   include a statement about this
     * * *   in your testimony.
     * * *
     * * * Ini:
     * * *   Like, I don't get why, but,
     * * *   OK.
     * * *
     * * * ADD STATEMENT (4b)
     * * *
     * * ********************************************
     * *
     * * *** It's not that important. ***************
     * * *
     * * * Phoenix:
     * * *   ...Actually, I really have no
     * * *   idea!
     * * *
     * * * Judge:
     * * *   Then don't say it like you
     * * *   know what you're talking
     * * *   about!
     * * *
     * * * von Karma:
     * * *   This has been the most
     * * *   extravagant waste of time
     * * *   that I've ever seen.
     * * *
     * * * Judge:
     * * *   Let's continue on with the
     * * *   testimony.
     * * *
     * * ********************************************
     * *
     * ********************************************
     *
     * *** Leave her be ***************************
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   (Even if I push her, this is
     * *   probably a dead end...)
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   (I should search for
     * *   something stronger
     * *   to hook her with.)
     * *
     * * Judge:
     * *   ...Hmm... Well, if the defense
     * *   is finished, please continue
     * *   with your testimony.
     * *
     * * Ini:
     * *   Like, OK.
     * *
     * ********************************************
     *
     ********************************************

     *** arrived at the crime scene. ************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   I'm talking about when you
     *   arrived at the Channeling
     *   Chamber, of course!
     *
     * Ini:
     *   Um...
     *   Like, no, nothing strange.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (Hmm... What should I do...?)
     *
     * *** Press harder ***************************
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   Think harder! I know you
     * *   can remember something!
     * *
     * * Ini:
     * *   I, like, totally can't!
     * *
     * * von Karma:
     * *   Just give up already,
     * *   Mr. Phoenix Wright.
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   (I wonder if I put too much
     * *   faith in Ini's ability to do
     * *   anything with that brain...)
     * *
     * ********************************************
     *
     * *** Leave her be ***************************
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   (Even if I push her, this is
     * *   probably a dead end...)
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   (I should search for
     * *   something stronger
     * *   to hook her with.)
     * *
     * * Judge:
     * *   ...Hmm... Well, if the defense
     * *   is finished, please continue
     * *   with your testimony.
     * *
     * * Ini:
     * *   Like, OK.
     * *
     * ********************************************
     *
     ********************************************

(4b)
Ini:
  I, like, didn't see anyone
  on the way to, like,
  the Channeling Chamber.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Try to remember that time!

     Ini:
       ...
       Oh!
       Like, I remember!

     Ini:
       I remember, like, I totally
       didn't see anyone on the way.

     Phoenix:
       (Hmm... I guess this really is
       a dead end...)

     Mia:
       Something you finally pull
       out of a witness is never
       a dead end, Phoenix.

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (No good. I can't find
  anything wrong...)

Mia:
  Phoenix, the Judge believes
  this testimony.

Mia:
  If you don't find some sort
  of hitch in her statement...

Phoenix:
  He'll end the trial...
  I know...

Mia:
  We have to give it
  another shot!

Mia:
  It doesn't matter how many
  times we listen. We can't
  give up!

RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Present Sacred Urn* at (4b)

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  I've finally found the fault,
  or I guess in your case, the
  "crack" in your perfect lie.

Ini:
  ...

Phoenix:
  Take a look at this urn.

Ini:
  Like, urn...?

Phoenix:
  There are cracks.
  Do you see them?

Ini:
  S-So?
  Like, what does that prove?

von Karma:
  *OBJECTION!*

von Karma:
  Who cares about some
  worn-out old urn!?

Ini:
  Like, yeah.

Ini:
  I already, like, said I didn't
  see, like, anyone on the way
  to the Channeling Chamber.

Ini:
  I didn't, like, totally say
  anything about, like, an urn,
  did I?

Phoenix:
  It looks like you still don't
  understand.

Phoenix:
  I propose that if you had
  really been walking along
  the Winding Way at that time,

Phoenix:
  there was no way you could
  not have seen this person!

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Phoenix:
x   Oops, silly me.
x   Slip of the finger.
x
x Judge:
x   M-Mr. Wright. You need
x   to keep control of that
x   finger of yours'.
x
x Phoenix:
x   ...As I thought, this is the
x   wrong piece of evidence.
x
x Phoenix:
x   Oww!
x
x von Karma:
x   An irresponsible lawyer has
x   no place in this court!
x   I suggest you go home!
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Oww... So it's come down
x   to a blunt "go home"...)
x
x Mia:
x   Don't over-think this.
x   All you need to do is remember
x   what happened yesterday.
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Pearl Fey profile*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  I'd like to introduce someone
  to you.

Phoenix:
  This is Ms. Morgan Fey's
  daughter, Pearl Fey.

Judge:
  Y-Yes...?
  And how is this child
  relevant...?

Phoenix:
  It just so happens that at the
  time of the murder, Pearl was
  playing in the center garden.

Judge:
  Oh...

Phoenix:
  And she just happened to
  break this urn.

Judge:
  Oh...

Judge:
  OHHH!

von Karma:
  W-Wait!
  She... broke the urn...?

Phoenix:
  Yup.
  She accidentally knocked it
  over with her ball!

Ini:
  Nnaaawrr!

Phoenix:
  And Pearl was the one who
  put it back together...

Phoenix:
  ...while sitting right in the
  middle of the Winding Way!

Ini:
  WH-WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAT!?

Phoenix:
  Ms. Miney.

Ini:
  ...!

Phoenix:
  Pearl was there, in the
  Winding Way at that time.

Phoenix:
  She was hard at work, putting
  the pieces of the urn back
  together, you see.

Phoenix:
  If you couldn't see that while
  you were walking, I'd have to
  declare you legally blind!

Ini:
  G...Grrrrr...

Phoenix:
  I think I have sufficiently
  proven one thing, Ms. Miney.

Phoenix:
  You are a masterful liar!

Ini:
  Arghnnn!

Judge:
  Mr. Wright!
  You need to watch what you
  say!

Phoenix:
  The one who needs to watch
  what she's saying is the
  witness!

Phoenix:
  So, Ms. Miney!
  Tell us the truth!

Ini:
  A-About what!?

Phoenix:
  About what!?

Phoenix:
  About where you really were
  at the time of the murder,
  of course!

von Karma:
  *OBJECTION!*

von Karma:
  The witness just testified
  about that!

Ini:
  Th-That's right!

Ini:
  I was, like, sleeping in
  the Side Room...

Phoenix:
  (...Can I really believe her?
  Was she really sleeping in
  the Side Room...!?)

*** Yeah, I guess so. **********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Yeah, I guess so.
*   Sorry, my mistake.
*
* Judge:
*   Very well.
*   Now, then, let's proceed.
*
* Mia:
*   Wait!
*   Phoenix!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Wh-What?
*   Did I miss something again?
*
* Mia:
*   You shouldn't let up on this
*   line of questioning.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Huh?
*   Why not?
*
* Mia:
*   Who is the only person you
*   didn't see with your own eyes
*   at the time of the murder?
*
* Phoenix:
*   It was Ini Miney, correct?
*
* Mia:
*   Which means, you can safely
*   assume...
*
* Mia:
*   She is the real murderer.
*
* Phoenix:
*   That's a pretty daring
*   assumption...
*
* Mia:
*   But it's the most obvious,
*   isn't it? I mean, is there
*   anyone else?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Well, no, I guess not.
*
* Mia:
*   It's worth a shot, even if
*   it's in the dark.
*
* Mia:
*   So, let's try to prove that
*   Ms. Miney was not in the
*   Side Room at the time!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Umm, this is bluff number...?
*   We've done this so many times
*   in this case I've lost count.)
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** There is no way! ***********************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  Your lies end here!

Ini:
  Wh-What do you!?

Phoenix:
  The witness says that during
  the actual murder, she was
  asleep in the Side Room.

Phoenix:
  And I say that's not possible,
  because there is clearly a
  contradiction here!

Judge:
  A contradiction...!?
  Where is this contradiction!?

*** It's in her testimony just now. ********
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** It's in the evidence. ******************
*
* Phoenix:
*   The answer is in the Court
*   Record!
*
* Judge:
*   Wh-What!?
*
* von Karma:
*   Hmph. Planning to throw
*   out another irrelevant piece
*   of evidence?
*
* Judge:
*   Very well.
*   The court will see this
*   evidence...
*
* Mia:
*   Wait!
*
* Phoenix:
*   M-Mia!
*
* Mia:
*   I don't know what you plan on
*   showing to the court,
*
* Mia:
*   but I can guarantee you the
*   answer is not there.
*
* Mia:
*   Just this once, I'll lend you
*   a hand.
*   Now, rethink your answer.
*
* Phoenix:
*   A-Alright...
*
* Judge:
*   Mr. Wright.
*   What is your answer?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Argh! OK, time to add another
*   bluff to the pile...)
*
* RETURN TO QUESTION
*
********************************************

*** Help me, Mia! **************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Hmm, I may have overreached
*   on this one...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Is there really a
*   contradiction somewhere...?)
*
* Mia:
*   Don't worry, you're on the
*   right path, Phoenix.
*
* Mia:
*   It might be a little hard for
*   you to see the contradiction,
*   but it's there.
*
* Mia:
*   So, just this once, do you
*   want me to help you out?
*
* *** Yes, please help me! *******************
* *
* * Phoenix:
* *   Please, I need your help right
* *   now!
* *
* * Mia:
* *   H-Hold on...
* *   First, calm down, Phoenix.
* *
* * Mia:
* *   ...Good.
* *
* * Mia:
* *   ...That girl...
* *   She slipped up with her words.
* *
* * Phoenix:
* *   ...Her words?
* *
* * Mia:
* *   If she really was in the Side
* *   Room the entire time,
* *
* * Mia:
* *   then she just testified about
* *   something she shouldn't have
* *   any knowledge of.
* *
* * Phoenix:
* *   A-And what is that!?
* *
* * Mia:
* *   The rest is for you to figure
* *   out on your own.
* *
* * Judge:
* *   Mr. Wright.
* *   What is your answer?
* *
* * Phoenix:
* *   (Argh! OK, time to add another
* *   bluff to the pile...)
* *
* * RETURN TO THE QUESTION BEFORE IT
* *
* ********************************************
*
* *** No, I think I can do it. ***************
* *
* * Phoenix:
* *   (Hmm, it's "hard for me to
* *   see"...?)
* *
* * Phoenix:
* *   (I can't just accept her help
* *   without thinking it through
* *   myself!)
* *
* * Mia:
* *   Ha ha, that's the spirit.
* *   Give it another try.
* *
* * Judge:
* *   Mr. Wright.
* *   What is your answer?
* *
* * Phoenix:
* *   (Argh! OK, time to add another
* *   bluff to the pile...)
* *
* * RETURN TO THE QUESTION BEFORE IT
* *
* ********************************************
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  Earlier in your testimony,
  Ms. Miney, you made the
  following statement.

--------------------------------------------

Ini:
  And, like, Ms. Morgan was
  the only one in the Channeling
  Chamber, you know?

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  It's true that at the time,
  both myself and Ms. Hart
  were not there.

Phoenix:
  We had gone to call the
  police.

Ini:
  ...S-So?
  Like, what does that, like,
  have to do with anything!?

Phoenix:
  It's very simple.

Phoenix:
  Ms. Miney, how did you know
  that fact?

Ini:
  ...H-How...?

Phoenix:
  I concede that Ms. Fey was
  the only person in the
  Channeling Chamber.

Phoenix:
  However, someone who was
  "asleep" in the Side Room
  could not have known that!

Ini:
  ...!

Phoenix:
  Which means, Ms. Miney!

Phoenix:
  You did, in fact, go to the
  Channeling Chamber.

Phoenix:
  However, you didn't go there
  by way of the Winding Way!

Ini:
  Gwaaaaaaaaaaaa!

Judge:
  B-But!
  Look at the manor guidemap!

Judge:
  If one were to go between
  the Side Room and the
  Channeling Chamber,

Judge:
  one would have to use the
  Winding Way!

Phoenix:
  Yes, that's right, Your Honor.
  Which is why...

Phoenix:
  Which is why I ask this very
  important question!

Phoenix:
  Where was the witness at the
  time of the murder!?

Ini:
  ...Umm... Urrrr...

Phoenix:
  Ms. Miney!
  Please answer the question!

von Karma:
  *OBJECTION!*

von Karma:
  ...

von Karma:
  Don't ask a question off of a
  baseless assumption, if you
  please...

Phoenix:
  ...!

von Karma:
  Well, I suppose since you've
  put it out on the table,
  Mr. Phoenix Wright...

von Karma:
  you might as well answer the
  question for us!

von Karma:
  "Where was the witness at the
  time of the murder!?"

Mia:
  Now's your chance, Phoenix.

Phoenix:
  Yeah!

Mia:
  The only person who could have
  killed Dr. Grey was Ini Miney!

Mia:
  So now is the time to prove
  it!

Judge:
  Now, then, Mr. Wright.
  Let's hear your answer.

Judge:
  Where was the witness when
  the murder took place...?

xxx Present anywhere else xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Phoenix:
x   She was here...
x
x Mia:
x   Phoenix!
x   Did you turn the map upside
x   down!?
x
x Phoenix:
x   (...Oww... Sh-She slapped me
x   on the wrist...)
x
x Mia:
x   There is no way she could've
x   committed the crime from
x   there!
x
x Judge:
x   *ahem*
x   You two!
x
x Judge:
x   Keep disrupting this court,
x   and this trial is over.
x   Is that clear!?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Y-Yes, Your Honor...
x   Sorry...
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Channeling Chamber*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  Ms. Miney was here, of course!

Judge:
  Wha...
  But... But that's...
  the Channeling Chamber...

von Karma:
  Isn't that the crime scene!?

Phoenix:
  That's right!

Phoenix:
  Ms. Miney was at the scene
  of the crime!

Judge:
  Order! Order! Order!
  ...That's... Why, that is...

Judge:
  Uwaah!

von Karma:
  Mr. Phoenix Wright! Have you
  lost your mind!? Yesterday's
  testimony established that

von Karma:
  only the victim and the
  defendant were in the Chamber
  when the channeling started!

Judge:
  Yes! Yes, that is correct!
  Please, explain yourself,
  Mr. Wright!

Phoenix:
  Simple. Ms. Ini Miney was
  hiding at the scene of the
  crime.

Ini:
  I... I was hiding!?

Ini:
  Where!?
  Like, where was I hiding!?

xxx Present anywhere else xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Phoenix:
x   Ms. Miney was hiding here!
x
x Phoenix:
x   Owww!
x
x von Karma:
x   If you're going to tell a
x   joke, at least make it one
x   I'll laugh at.
x
x Ini:
x   Hah! Go home, boy, and look
x   up what "hiding" means!
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Argh... Looks like I'm going
x   to have to one up her!)
x
x Phoenix:
x   Yeah, count on it!
x
x Mia:
x   Phoenix, you can't lose your
x   cool like this!
x   ...And, grow up.
x
x Phoenix:
x   Eh?...
x   Oh, um, sorry, Chief...
x
x von Karma:
x   You still haven't learned your
x   lesson, have you, Mr. Phoenix
x   Wright!?
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present behind the folding screen*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  Here, of course.

Judge:
  B-Behind the folding screen?

Judge:
  Aah!

von Karma:
  Don't make me say this again!
  Recall yesterday's
  testimony!

--------------------------------------------

Lotta:
  There ain't no way anyone
  was hangin' out behind
  that foldin' screen!

--------------------------------------------

Ini:
  See!
  You stupid jerk!

Ini:
  Quit being so quick to pin it
  on me, slimeball!

Judge:
  ...N-Now, now... Ms. Miney...
  One so young as you shouldn't
  be saying...

Ini:
  Shut it, gramps.
  As if you know exactly how
  old I am!

Judge:
  I-I'm sorry!

Phoenix:
  (Looks like the pipe's about
  to burst... Guess I should
  help it along...)

Phoenix:
  The witness was hiding behind
  the folding screen... With the
  help of this!

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Ini:
x   Yeah, you go ahead and use
x   that to hide!
x
x von Karma:
x   And you should hide in shame
x   until you die!
x
x Phoenix:
x   (What's with these two...?
x   It's like they did a mind meld
x   all of a sudden...)
x
x Mia:
x   Don't let them affect you!
x   Just think about the correct
x   answer.
x
x Ini:
x   What's wrong, boy!?
x   Come on, say something, you
x   loser!
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Clothing Box*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  Ms. Miney!

Phoenix:
  How you were able to hide at
  the scene of the crime is very
  simple!

Phoenix:
  You were hiding inside this
  box!

Ini:
  Aaah!

Ini:
  Th-Th-That tiny little box!?
  No person could fit in that!

Phoenix:
  Sorry, but your theory has
  already been disproved.

Phoenix:
  (Lotta disproved you when
  she was hiding from me in it.)

Ini:
  Umm...!

von Karma:
  *OBJECTION!*

von Karma:
  But that clothing box was in
  the Side Room, right!?

von Karma:
  Which means it has nothing to
  do with the murder at all!

Ini:
  Th-That's right!
  I was sleeping there, so I
  should know!

Ini:
  That clothing box was there
  in the Side Room, the whole
  time!

Judge:
  Hmm... Mr. Wright.

Judge:
  Do you think you can prove
  where the clothing box was
  at the time of the crime?

xxx No, I can't. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   Hmm...
x   It's kind of hard to prove...
x
x Mia:
x   ...
x
x Phoenix:
x   Um... I guess by that look,
x   there is a way to prove it?
x
x Mia:
x   If you look in the Court
x   Record.
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Guess I should take a look
x   at the Court Record...)
x
x Judge:
x   Well, then. If there are...
x
x Phoenix:
x   *HOLD IT!*
x
x Phoenix:
x   P-Please wait...
x
x Phoenix:
x   I said it was hard, but I
x   didn't say it was impossible
x   to prove!
x
x Judge:
x   Then stop puffing up your
x   feathers and hurry up!
x
x CONTINUE
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*** Yes, I can with some evidence. *********
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  And now, I present the piece
  of evidence that will prove

Phoenix:
  this clothing box was at the
  scene of the crime when the
  murder took place!

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Judge:
x   ..............................
x
x Phoenix:
x   ...Um... Your Honor...?
x
x Judge:
x   I... um, fell asleep...
x
x Mia:
x   You got lucky, Phoenix!
x   Now give it another shot!
x
x Phoenix:
x   A-Alright...
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Folding Screen or Clothing Box*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  Take a look at this clothing
  box.

Ini:
  You're soooo stupid.
  As if there's any sort of
  evidence in that old thing.

Judge:
  ...!
  Th-This...
  What on earth...!?

Judge:
  Mfph!

von Karma:
  I don't have time for you to
  sit there surprised. Hurry up
  and say it already!

Judge:
  Th-There's a hole!
  About 8 inches off the ground!

Phoenix:
  Hmm, a hole about 8 inches
  off the ground. Where have
  we heard that before...?

von Karma:
  ...The folding screen...
  It had a hole at the same
  height...

Phoenix:
  That's right!
  I hope this has opened your
  eyes to what happened!

Phoenix:
  At the time of the shooting,
  the clothing box was sitting
  behind the folding screen.

Phoenix:
  Which is why the bullet from
  the pistol hit both the box
  and the folding screen!

Phoenix:
  It went through the screen,
  and then into the box.

Ini:
  ...Nnngh...!

Phoenix:
  Ms. Miney!

Phoenix:
  You were hiding behind the
  folding screen, waiting for
  your chance!

Phoenix:
  Yes, for your chance to kill
  Dr. Grey!

Ini:
  Aaaaaaaaaaaaah!

Judge:
  Order! Order!
  ...So what you are saying

von Karma:
  *OBJECTION!*

von Karma:
  Th-Then... Mr. Phoenix Wright!
  What about this picture!?

von Karma:
  Are you saying that the person
  in this photo...

von Karma:
  is Ms. Ini Miney!?

Phoenix:
  That is exactly what I am
  saying!

Phoenix:
  Ms. Ini Miney!

Phoenix:
  You were hiding inside this
  clothing box all along!

Ini:
  And you wore a medium's
  costume to masquerade as
  Maya Fey!

Judge:
  T-To masquerade as Maya
  Fey!?

Phoenix:
  She had it planned from the
  very beginning!

Phoenix:
  She would kill Dr. Grey, and
  pin the blame on my client!

Ini:
  ...N...No... S-Stop...

von Karma:
  ...I can't stand to listen to
  any more of this foolishness!

von Karma:
  If that's the case,
  Mr. Phoenix Wright, then I
  have a proposition!

von Karma:
  This whole idea that the
  witness moved the clothing box
  to the crime scene,

von Karma:
  pretended to be the defendant,
  killed the victim, and then
  fled the scene of the crime;

von Karma:
  It's not possible for one
  person to do all that by
  herself!

*** Correct. It's not possible. ************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** No, it is possible. ********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   I'm sure it's possible if you
*   were to try!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Ow!
*
* von Karma:
*   I don't want to hear "if"!
*
* von Karma:
*   If you're going to give me
*   "if", then give me some proof
*   along with it.
*
* von Karma:
*   Where did Ini Miney get the
*   costume then!? How about
*   the wig!?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Uh, I wasn't talking about
*   that exact point...
*
* Phoenix:
*   I meant, people, humans.
*   If we want to do something
*   bad enough, then...
*
* Judge:
*   That's enough!
*
* Judge:
*   Beyond simply proposing that
*   it is possible for one person
*   to commit this crime,
*
* Judge:
*   it is the duty of a lawyer to
*   back up his or her claims.
*
* Ini:
*   Yeah, it's your duty!
*
* Judge:
*   If you can't do that, then
*   your proposal falls flat.
*
* Ini:
*   Yeah, it totally falls flat!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (...Why... Why do you have to
*   hurt me so...?)
*
* Mia:
*   It's alright, Phoenix.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Huh?
*
* Mia:
*   It isn't possible for one
*   person to commit this crime,
*   but...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (...
*   Ack! That's... That's right!)
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  It really is impossible.

Phoenix:
  For one person to do all the
  preparations, that is.

Phoenix:
  Owww!

von Karma:
  Need I remind you!?
  The foolish receive no
  mercy...

Phoenix:
  W-Wait!

Phoenix:
  Ms. von Karma... You said it
  was not possible for "one
  person", correct?

von Karma:
  Wh--!
  Y-You can't be serious...

Ini:
  ...*huff*...*huff*...

Phoenix:
  Ms. Miney!

Phoenix:
  You had an accomplice!

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Judge:
x   The accomplice was...??
x   Any thoughts, Ms. von Karma?
x
x von Karma:
x   ...
x
x von Karma:
x   I don't even want to waste the
x   energy to raise my whip. His
x   lady friend can deal with him.
x
x Mia:
x   Really, Phoenix!
x   You even got Ms. von Karma
x   to give up on you too!
x
x Phoenix:
x   ..."Too"?
x
x Mia:
x   As in, "me too".
x
x Phoenix:
x   O-Oh...
x   Okay, I'll think more
x   carefully this time...
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Morgan Fey profile*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Ini:
  ...Grr...
  This person...!

Phoenix:
  If it wasn't someone from
  Kurain Village, you couldn't
  have gotten the costume.

Phoenix:
  And if it wasn't someone from
  the Fey household, you
  wouldn't have that box to use.

von Karma:
  Morgan... Fey!

Judge:
  Isn't that the wonderful lady
  witness we had earlier!?

Phoenix:
  What do you have to say to
  this, Ms. Miney!?

Ini:
  ...Grrr... Grrrrrrrrrrr...

Phoenix:
  You shot Dr. Grey with your
  own two hands!

Phoenix:
  Do you deny it!?

Ini:
  Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
  aaaaaaaaaaaaaa
  aaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  I think this is what really
  happened.

Phoenix:
  The murderer had planted
  herself at the scene of the
  crime long beforehand.

Phoenix:
  Dressed in a medium's costume
  and wearing a wig, she
  pretended to be the defendant.

Phoenix:
  And then, the channeling
  started.

Phoenix:
  The murderer crept silently
  towards the other two, both of
  whom had their eyes closed.

Phoenix:
  ...First, she drugged Maya Fey
  with a strong sleeping agent.

Phoenix:
  Then, she stabbed Dr. Grey
  with the knife!

Phoenix:
  Next, she hid my client inside
  the clothing box...

Phoenix:
  She did that so she could take
  Maya's place and frame her
  for the crime.

Mia:
  ...But that's when something
  unexpected happened.

Judge:
  Unexpected...?

Phoenix:
  Yes.

*bang!*

Phoenix:
  Dr. Grey was actually not
  yet dead!

Phoenix:
  With the last of his strength,
  he fired a shot at his
  attacker!

Phoenix:
  And that is why the hole in
  the folding screen was so low
  to the ground!

Phoenix:
  The murderer then took the
  gun from Dr. Grey, and...

*bang!*

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  After that, you and the other
  lady thought to break into the
  room...?

Phoenix:
  Yes, a gunshot is certainly
  something you wouldn't
  expect to hear.

Phoenix:
  Which is why, upon hearing
  the shots, we forced our way
  into the Channeling Chamber.

*klik!*

Phoenix:
  Ms. Miney... She immediately
  covered her own costume with
  blood...

*klik!*

Phoenix:
  And pretended to be Maya Fey.

von Karma:
  B-But!
  That sort of deception would
  have been easy to see through!

Phoenix:
  Which is precisely why
  Ms. Morgan Fey chased us out.

--------------------------------------------

Morgan:
  Please leave this area to me.

Morgan:
  Go quickly and inform the
  police!

Morgan:
  Hurry!
  Before there are more
  victims here!

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  Wh-What is one supposed
  to say...?

Phoenix:
  This is the real truth behind
  this murder.

...Ha...

...Ahahahaha...

Judge:
  Wh-Who is that!?
  Laughing at a time like
  this...!?

Judge:
  Ack!

von Karma:
  Oh, you simpleminded fools.
  I'm sorry, are you still by
  chance, evolving?

Phoenix:
  Wh-What is it this time...?

Judge:
  M-Ms. von Karma...
  Surely...

von Karma:
  Of course it was me!

von Karma:
  Do you really think someone
  of Von Karma blood would lose
  due to something this petty?

Phoenix:
  WHAT IN THE WORLD!?

von Karma:
  Mr. Phoenix Wright!

von Karma:
  Your argument is flawed in
  one very crucial area!

Phoenix:
  And that is...?

von Karma:
  If this witness is the real
  murderer...

von Karma:
  why would she go through all
  this trouble?

Phoenix:
  ...Huh?

von Karma:
  Working together with a
  medium, pretending to be one,
  putting on this whole act...

von Karma:
  What reason would she have
  to do such foolish things?

Phoenix:
  Eh?
  Well, that's... Uh...

Ini:
  Yea, that's right!
  That's exactly what I was
  gonna say!

von Karma:
  Oh, and one other thing.

von Karma:
  Why would Ms. Ini Miney want
  to kill Dr. Grey?
  Where is her motive?

Ini:
  Yeah!
  That's exactly what I wanted
  to say too!

Ini:
  Yeah!
  Motive!
  I don't have a motive!

Phoenix:
  A... motive... That's...
  (I can't say she has no motive
  here!)

Phoenix:
  (I have to think of a motive
  now! What is her reason for
  wanting Dr. Grey dead...?)

Phoenix:
  The reason you wanted Dr. Grey
  dead is this!

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Ini:
x   Ho-hum, ho-hum...
x
x Ini:
x   Is this a word search?
x   I'm having a tough time
x   finding the word "motive!"
x
x Judge:
x   Uuugh... My breathing is
x   becoming labored...
x
x Mia:
x   My eyesight is failing me...
x
x von Karma:
x   Makes you not want to get old,
x   doesn't it, Mr. Phoenix
x   Wright?
x
x Phoenix:
x   (...Ack! I've got to take my
x   time and think carefully about
x   this...)
x
x Mia:
x   Phoenix, think back!
x
x Mia:
x   What kind of ax would Ini have
x   to grind with Dr. Grey?
x
x Mia:
x   ...
x   There is only one reason,
x   right?
x
x Phoenix:
x   (...Only one...?)
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Newspaper Clipping 2 or Mimi Miney profile*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Ini:
  ...Hah!

Ini:
  Just as I thought.
  You bore me with your silly
  answers, Phoenix Wright!

Phoenix:
  (Just great. Now even SHE is
  calling me by my full name...)

Ini:
  You think I did this to get
  revenge for my sister's
  death?

Phoenix:
  Yes!

Phoenix:
  Because through that accident,
  you suffered a lot of hurt and
  pain yourself!

Ini:
  Don't be stupid!

Ini:
  No one has proof that Dr. Grey
  drugged my sister, right?

Ini:
  And you want to say I wanted
  to take revenge based on
  nothing?

Judge:
  Wh-What do you mean by
  that...?

Ini:
  Senile, stupid gramps.

Ini:
  ...
  I'm, like, going to explain,
  so, like, please listen, OK?

Ini:
  It's been over half a year
  since I was discharged from
  the hospital.

Ini:
  If I, like, wanted revenge,
  then, like, I wouldn't have
  waited this long.

Ini:
  Um, and 'sides, like, the guy
  that thought of the spirit
  thing, was, like, Dr. Grey.

Ini:
  It was, like, a total
  coincidence he asked me about
  it, you know?

Phoenix:
  (She... She's back to her
  airhead self...!)

Phoenix:
  H-However, you see--

Phoenix:
  Eeeowch!

von Karma:
  Pathetic, Mr. Phoenix Wright.

von Karma:
  You failed to support your
  own theory.

von Karma:
  ...The end.

Judge:
  I think we have our answer,
  Mr. Phoenix Wright.

Judge:
  What Ms. Miney has stated
  is very true.

Judge:
  The revenge plan is overly
  complicated, and she has
  no motive in the first place.

Judge:
  Furthermore, there is no
  reason for Ms. Morgan Fey to
  cooperate with this plan.

Judge:
  You don't even have any truly
  decisive pieces of evidence
  to demonstrate your point.

von Karma:
  Tsk, tsk. So many faults,
  Mr. Phoenix Wright. You should
  really learn your place.

Phoenix:
  Nnghuuurk!

Phoenix:
  (Wh-What happened!?
  I thought I had her for
  sure!...)

Ini:
  Hee hee...
  See, like, that's what I,
  like, told you!

Phoenix:
  ...?

Ini:
  I'm going to serve you a slice
  of humble pie!

Judge:
  Very well, I now conclude the
  cross-examination of Ms. Ini
  Miney!

  *HOLD IT!*

Mia:
  Your Honor.
  Please, allow the defense one
  more minute.

Judge:
  Alright.

Mia:
  You can't lose here.
  Have faith in yourself,
  Phoenix!

Phoenix:
  Mia...

Mia:
  Yes, it does sound like
  a ridiculously messed up
  plan for a murder,

Mia:
  but you know, regardless, that
  girl trained for this crime.

Phoenix:
  ...R-Really?

Mia:
  ...
  Listen, Phoenix.

Mia:
  Everything happens for a
  reason.

Mia:
  There is a reason for why she
  had to kill Dr. Grey.

Mia:
  And it is also the reason
  she had no choice but to kill
  him in this fashion.

Judge:
  Time is up, Mr. Wright.

Judge:
  Your final answer, please.

Judge:
  If you want to say that you
  can prove Ms. Miney had a
  motive, then...

Judge:
  why did she kill the victim in
  this way?
  Can you provide the reason?

Phoenix:
  (...Can I...
  Can I really do this...?)

*** Yes, I can. ****************************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** No, I can't. ***************************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  (I am not totally confident
  here, but I know that I must
  press on no matter what...)

Mia:
  That's right, Phoenix!
  Only you can do this now!

Phoenix:
  I will show and substantiate
  the fact that Ms. Miney had
  a motive!

Ini:
  Ha ha ha. Too bad.
  You're too late!

Ini:
  My cross-examination has
  already ended, after all.

Ini:
  Eeek!

von Karma:
  ...Interesting.

von Karma:
  I'll let you have your chance,
  Mr. Phoenix Wright.

Ini:
  Wh-What!?
  Y-You're supposed to be on
  my side!

Ini:
  Aiiiii!

von Karma:
  A Von Karma only cares about
  the perfect win.

von Karma:
  As long as you have the will
  to fight, I will knock you
  down, Mr. Phoenix Wright!

Phoenix:
  ...

von Karma:
  And I don't care if you are my
  witness! So help me, I will
  blow you out of my way!

Ini:
  N-No way...

Judge:
  Very well.

Judge:
  The court will take a 5 minute
  recess.

Judge:
  We will continue the cross-
  examination after we
  reconvene.

Ini:
  H-Hey! W-Wait a sec, here


                                             To be continued.
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                                Part 4-2: Trial                          [0426]
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June 22, 12:04 PM
District Court
Defendant Lobby No. 3

Maya:
  ...Is it really true... about
  my aunt...?

Phoenix:
  I'm afraid so, Maya.
  There is no way Ini could've
  killed Dr. Grey by herself.

Phoenix:
  And under the circumstances,
  there's no one else other than
  your aunt, Morgan.

Maya:
  That... That's terrible...
  Why? Why would my aunt...?

  Everything is going just as
  I predicted, Mr. Phoenix
  Wright.

von Karma:
  Ack!
  Ms. von Karma!

Maya:
  Why are you doing this!?
  Why are you trying to take
  revenge on Nick!?

Maya:
  Nick had nothing to do with
  what happened to your dad.

von Karma:
  Don't you have something
  better to be worrying about?

von Karma:
  Say, your own situation?

Maya:
  Ugnn...
  ...Looking down on me, even
  though we're the same age...

Phoenix:
  Are you done yet?
  You've cause me enough pain
  and suffering.

von Karma:
  Not yet.

von Karma:
  My goal is to defeat you, and
  let the whole world know of
  your defeat.

Phoenix:
  ...But even if you do that,
  it won't bring your father
  back...

von Karma:
  ...

von Karma:
  Hmph.
  ...Whatever.

von Karma:
  In the meantime, let's bring
  this match to its conclusion.

von Karma:
  And then we'll know who the
  real winner is.

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June 22, 12:10 PM
District Court
Courtroom No. 2

Judge:
  Court will now reconvene.
  Mr. Wright.

Phoenix:
  Yes, Your Honor?

Judge:
  Can you prove Ms. Ini Miney
  had a motive?

Phoenix:
  Yes, I believe I can.

Phoenix:
  (Ini Miney and Dr. Grey have
  only one point of connection.)

Phoenix:
  (And that is the car accident
  one year ago. The motive I'm
  looking for must be there...)

Phoenix:
  Ms. Miney. Please testify to
  this court about your car
  accident last year.

Ini:
  Huh? I thought, like, you
  wanted to, like, ask about my,
  like, motive.

Ini:
  I, like, don't see the point
  in, like, bringing up the
  past.

Judge:
  Ms. Miney, if you please.

Ini:
  ...OK, OK.
  Like, I totally don't think
  it'll do any good, but...

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WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- Last Year's Accident --

(1)
Ini:
  That was...
  like, last year, in May.

(2)
Ini:
  Like, something really bad
  had happened at, like, my
  sister's clinic around then...

(3)
Ini:
  And like, the night of the
  accident, my sis was totally
  tired while she was driving.

(4)
Ini:
  I was, like, totally pooped
  too, so I, like, fell asleep
  in the passenger's seat...

(5)
Ini:
  I, like, woke up 'cause of a
  jolt, and, like, it was a sea
  of flames around me.

(6)
Ini:
  I, like, opened the door and,
  like, got away.

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  Hmm...
  I think I've heard of this
  incident.

Phoenix:
  It was all the talk on the
  tabloid shows, day after day,
  last year.

Judge:
  Yes, and there was talk
  about Dr. Grey... drugging
  your sister...?

Judge:
  Gwuugh!

von Karma:
  Those were merely "rumors".
  ...Totally baseless gossip.

Judge:
  Hmm, yes...
  Mr. Wright, you may question
  the witness.

Mia:
  Right now, it's impossible to
  prove

Mia:
  that Dr. Grey did in fact drug
  Ms. Miney's sister.

Phoenix:
  Yeah... Which means I'll have
  to work this from another
  angle.

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CROSS EXAMINATION
-- Last Year's Accident --

(1)
Ini:
  That was...
  like, last year, in May.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Didn't some sort of medical
       malpractice happen at your
       sister's hospital then...?

     Ini:
       Yeah, like, that was in May
       too.

     Ini:
       Like, the thing with all the
       patients dying was, like, May
       2nd,

     Ini:
       and like, our accident was,
       like, on the 24th.

     Phoenix:
       Two accidents back to back...
       Do you assume it's just
       a coincidence?

     Ini:
       My sis was, like, totally
       tired, so that's why, duh.

(2)
Ini:
  Like, something really bad
  had happened at, like, my
  sister's clinic around then...

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       That was the malpractice
       incident where 14 patients
       died, correct?

     Ini:
       Yeah.

     Phoenix:
       What was the cause of the
       mistake?

     Ini:
       Like, I heard it was 'cause
       the medicines, like, got mixed
       up.

     Phoenix:
       Was that the fault of your
       sister, Mimi Miney?

     Ini:
       Like, no way.
       Dr. Grey, like, wanted to
       blame it on my sis...

     von Karma:
       *OBJECTION!*

     von Karma:
       That incident has nothing
       to do with our murder here.

     von Karma:
       Besides, the police report has
       already documented that it was
       entirely Mimi Miney's fault.

     Phoenix:
       (Which means as far as the
       "real" facts are concerned...)

     Phoenix:
       (Mimi Miney is the one who
       made the mistake...)

     Ini:
       But, like, it really wasn't my
       sis...

(3)
Ini:
  And like, the night of the
  accident, my sis was totally
  tired while she was driving.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       She was "totally tired"?
       You mean, exhausted?

     Ini:
       Like, she had to talk to the
       police, and, like, was being
       investigated, like, every day.

     Ini:
       It was, like, a totally
       terrible situation.

     Phoenix:
       It's no wonder, then, that
       the car accident happened,
       huh?

     *** Press harder ***************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   So then, why didn't you ask
     *   to switch places?
     *
     * Ini:
     *   Huh?
     *   Like, what are you talking
     *   about?
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   I meant switch drivers.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   If your sister was so tired,
     *   then you should have switched
     *   with her.
     *
     * Judge:
     *   True, true.
     *
     * Ini:
     *   Ah, but like...
     *   I don't, like, have a driver's
     *   license...
     *
     * von Karma:
     *   This is news to me. I was not
     *   aware you didn't have your
     *   license, Ms. Miney.
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Hmm... Ms. Miney, please amend
     *   your testimony.
     *
     * Ini:
     *   Like, OK.
     *   Anyway...
     *
     * ADD STATEMENT (6b)
     *
     ********************************************

     *** Leave her be ***************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (There's no point in asking
     *   her about her sister.)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (I should be trying to find
     *   out more information about
     *   Ini!)
     *
     * Ini:
     *   So, like, can I go on?
     *
     ********************************************

(4)
Ini:
  I was, like, totally pooped
  too, so I, like, fell asleep
  in the passenger's seat...

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       The accident happened at
       night, correct...?

     Ini:
       Yeah, like, it was at, like,
       1 AM or so, I think.

     Ini:
       I had, like, a paper due,
       like, really soon...

     Ini:
       so, like, I hadn't slept and
       was working, like, real hard.

     von Karma:
       So it was because the two of
       you were so tired that this
       accident happened.

(5)
Ini:
  I, like, woke up 'cause of a
  jolt, and, like, it was a sea
  of flames around me.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       And your sister?
       What happened to her?

     Ini:
       I... I didn't see her...

     Ini:
       The car was, like, totally
       black, and there was, like,
       a ton of smoke...

     Ini:
       I, like, totally had, like, no
       clue what was going on.

(6)
Ini:
  I, like, opened the door and,
  like, got away.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Please tell us about your
       escape in more detail.

     Ini:
       I...
       I, like, kept wanting to
       forget that time,

     Ini:
       so, like, I don't remember
       things about the accident in,
       like, details anymore...

     Judge:
       Hmm, well, it's alright.
       No need to push yourself.

     Ini:
       I think I, like, gave an
       interview after the accident.

     Ini:
       Like, that would probably be
       the most accurate, you know?

     Phoenix:
       (Hmm, if it's that article,
       then I've already got it...)

(6b)
Ini:
  I, like, didn't have my
  license, so, like, I couldn't
  take over driving for her.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       And that's why you were in
       the passenger's seat?

     Ini:
       Like, yeah.

     Ini:
       I was, like, at my college's
       research lab 'till, like,
       really late...

     Ini:
       So my sis was, like, giving
       me a ride home.

     Phoenix:
       I see...

     Mia:
       Phoenix.

     Phoenix:
       Y-Yes?

     Mia:
       You can't do this.
       You're being too easy on her.

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (There's got to be some
  sort of secret sleeping in
  this testimony...)

Mia:
  Yes, so let's find that one
  crushing contradiction and
  end this!

RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION

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*Present License Photo* at (6b)

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  Ms. Miney.
  That was a lame lie just now.

Ini:
  Like, what do you mean?

Phoenix:
  I know you had a license
  back then!

Phoenix:
  This is a photo you took for
  the express purpose of getting
  a driver's license!

Ini:
  Umm...

Judge:
  What is the meaning of this,
  Ms. Miney!?

Ini:
  Ah, um... Uh...
  That's... That's right!

Ini:
  Y-Yeah, I had, like,
  a license... But...

Ini:
  ...

Ini:
  But I didn't get it until
  after the accident!

Phoenix:
  No, you had it.

Phoenix:
  You had it at the time of the
  accident!

Phoenix:
  Director Hotti... or the guy
  pretending to be him anyway,
  said so!

Ini:
  What, are you talking about
  that perverted fake clinic
  director?

Phoenix:
  Yes, that perverted fake
  clinic director. And how did
  you know he was perverted.

Phoenix:
  Eowch!

von Karma:
  No one cares.

von Karma:
  Witness. When did you receive
  your driver's license?

Ini:
  Like, last November.

Phoenix:
  What?
  N-N-November...?

von Karma:
  The accident happened last
  May. That's a half year lapse
  in time, Mr. Phoenix Wright.

Phoenix:
  Wh-Wh-Wh-Wh-What in the!?

Judge:
  Th-Th-Th-Th-That's what
  happened, Mr. Wright!

Judge:
  At the time of the accident,
  Ms. Miney did not have a
  driver's license.

Phoenix:
  Uuuuurk...

Phoenix:
  OW!

von Karma:
  Cry, and my whip will
  accommodate.

Judge:
  Anyway, without a license, the
  witness and her sister could
  not have switched drivers.

Ini:
  I'm, like, glad you get it,
  but...

Ini:
  like, even if I had my
  license,

Ini:
  I, like, don't think my sis
  woulda, like, let me drive.

Phoenix:
  (...Hmm...)

Phoenix:
  Yeow!

Mia:
  Don't just stand there
  "hmm"-ing to yourself!

Phoenix:
  Not you too, Mia! With
  the whip... And the pain...
  And the oww...

Mia:
  Ms. Miney! Why do you think
  you would not have been
  allowed to drive anyway?

Ini:
  Eh?
  Um...
  That's because...

Judge:
  I think this situation calls
  for a more detailed testimony.
  Ms. Miney, if you please.

Ini:
  Eh?
  Like, how annoying.

Ini:
  Oops, like, sorry.
  Didn't mean to be mean...

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- I Wouldn't Be Allowed --

(1)
Ini:
  Like, around that time, I was,
  like, really close to getting
  my license.

(2)
Ini:
  My sis was, like, this totally
  big fan of cars and, like,
  really valued them.

(3)
Ini:
  She, like, had just gotten
  this really shiny, bright red
  sports car.

(4)
Ini:
  She, like, would say things
  like, "No way am I letting a
  newb drive my car!"

(5)
Ini:
  So, like, that's why I ended
  up in the passenger's seat
  that night too.

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  Hmm...
  I see...
  A bright red car for sports...

Judge:
  Now then, the defense may
  question the witness.

Phoenix:
  (Hmm...
  I'm not terribly knowledgeable
  about cars, but...)

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CROSS EXAMINATION
-- I Wouldn't Be Allowed --

(1)
Ini:
  Like, around that time, I was,
  like, really close to getting
  my license.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       So what do you mean by,
       "really close"?

     Ini:
       Like, I had one of those
       "permit" things. I think
       that's what they're called.

     Phoenix:
       Um, "permit"?

     Ini:
       Wow, the big name lawyer
       boy doesn't even know what
       a driver's permit is!?

     Phoenix:
       Well, this lawyer never had
       a permit.

     Phoenix:
       Wah!

     von Karma:
       Ignorance is to be whipped.

     Phoenix:
       (What is with her...?
       All she's said in the last few
       minutes is utter nonsense...)

     Ini:
       So, like, may I continue?

(2)
Ini:
  My sis was, like, this totally
  big fan of cars and, like,
  really valued them.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       She "valued" cars?
       How much would you say
       she valued her car?

     Ini:
       Well, like, she'd flip out at,
       like, a drop of rain...

     Ini:
       and, like, she would notice
       if someone, like, touched the
       car door with dirty hands.

     Phoenix:
       (In that case, why bother
       taking the car out of the
       garage, ever!?)

     *** Press harder ***************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Why did she take such special
     *   care of the car?
     *
     * Ini:
     *   How can you say that!?
     *   It was a brand-spanking new
     *   car!
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   ...New car?
     *
     * Ini:
     *   Like, you wouldn't want to,
     *   like, get it dirty, would you,
     *   Mr. Lawyer?
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (I would think that cars
     *   getting dirty is just another
     *   fact of life, but...)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (I guess people who really
     *   love cars think otherwise...)
     *
     * Mia:
     *   Phoenix, try asking something
     *   of more significance, alright?
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Well, Ms. Miney?
     *   What kind of car was it?
     *
     ********************************************

     *** Let her be *****************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (I guess I just don't get
     *   what's so special about
     *   cars...)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Alright, then, please testify
     *   about your sister's car.
     *
     ********************************************

(3)
Ini:
  She, like, had just gotten
  this really shiny, bright red
  sports car.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       It was a new car...?

     Ini:
       Yeah.

     Ini:
       She had, like, just gotten it.
       It was, like, from the U.K.

     Judge:
       Hm? The "U.K."?
       Was that her boyfriend's
       initials?

     Ini:
       And it was a really special
       model.

     Ini:
       She had waited for a whole
       year for it to arrive.

     Phoenix:
       (I guess her love of cars
       would be the obvious next
       topic...)

     *** Press harder ***************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (But I really don't know
     *   anything about cars...)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (But I had a feeling this
     *   was bound to come up!)
     *
     * CONTINUE
     *
     ********************************************

     *** Let her be *****************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   I see...
     *   Please continue...
     *
     * Mia:
     *   Hold on!
     *   Phoenix!
     *   You can't just ignore this!
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Mia... I had no idea you liked
     *   cars so much too...
     *
     * Mia:
     *   That's not my point!
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   O-Oh, yeah!
     *
     * CONTINUE
     *
     ********************************************

     Phoenix:
       Your Honor!

     Judge:
       Y-Yes?

     Phoenix:
       Please append what the
       witness has just said to her
       testimony!

     Judge:
       You mean the part about it
       being a special car from
       overseas?

     Phoenix:
       Yes!

     Judge:
       *sigh*
       Well, if you like cars that
       much, then...

     Phoenix:
       That's not my point!

     Phoenix:
       (Though to be honest, I don't
       know what the point is
       either...)

     Judge:
       Ms. Miney, would you please
       fix your testimony?

     Ini:
       Sure, whatever.

     CHANGE (3) TO (3b)

(3b)
Ini:
  My sis' new car was, like, a
  totally special model from
  England.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       ...

     Phoenix:
       (I yelled, "Hold it" pretty
       forcefully, but...)

     Phoenix:
       (I don't actually know what
       to ask about cars...)

     *** Ask for the heck of it *****************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Um... So, yes...
     *   (What am I supposed to pick
     *   for a topic...?)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Let's start with this.
     *   Why are British cars good?
     *
     * Ini:
     *   Like, huh?
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   They're expensive, and their
     *   driver's seat is opposite to
     *   our cars here in the States.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   It would seem there is no
     *   benefit to owning one.
     *
     * Ini:
     *   Like... Huh?
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   This whole steering wheel
     *   on the right side thing; it's
     *   kind of goofy, isn't it?
     *
     * Ini:
     *   Y-You!
     *   What do you know!?
     *
     * Ini:
     *   That sleek shape!
     *   The purr of the engine!
     *
     * Ini:
     *   The wild way it starts!
     *   And its smooth handling!
     *
     * Ini:
     *   The raw feeling of manual
     *   transmission!
     *   The cool breeze of the AC!
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Uuugh...
     *   Forgive me...
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (Her personality really
     *   changes at the drop of a
     *   hat...)
     *
     * Mia:
     *   It's interesting, isn't it,
     *   Phoenix?
     *
     * Mia:
     *   Bit by bit, we're beginning to
     *   see the real "contradiction"
     *   behind this case.
     *
     ********************************************

     *** Leave it alone *************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (I really stink at talking
     *   about cars...)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (If I ask the wrong question,
     *   I might make someone mad...)
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Ms. Miney, I believe you may
     *   continue with your testimony.
     *
     ********************************************

(4)
Ini:
  She, like, would say things
  like, "No way am I letting a
  newb drive my car!"

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Was your sister good at
       driving?

     Ini:
       She was, like, totally
       awesome!

     Ini:
       She, like, said she was going
       to be the, like, "Racing Queen
       of the Nursing World".

     Phoenix:
       (...Somehow, I think she
       bumped my question off-track
       again...)

(5)
Ini:
  So, like, that's why I ended
  up in the passenger's seat
  that night too.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       And that was when the
       accident occurred, correct?

     Ini:
       Like, yeah...
       I, like, immediately reached
       for the passenger side door,

     Ini:
       and fled, like, in a daze...

     Judge:
       Hmm... Sounds like you had
       a terrifying time...

--------------------------------------------

Mia:
  There is something very big
  here.

Mia:
  It's going to be hard to break
  apart such a natural-sounding
  testimony.

Mia:
  But we have to attack it.
  And by doing so, a flaw will
  show itself. It has to.

Phoenix:
  D-Do you really think so?

Mia:
  Believe.
  There is a path, I know it.

Phoenix:
  (Hmm... Mia almost sounded
  like a prophet for a second
  there...)

RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION

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*Present Newspaper Clipping 2* at (3b)

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  Ms. Miney.

Phoenix:
  Do you remember this
  article?

Ini:
  ...?

Phoenix:
  It's an article about the
  accident. You had said this
  in it:

Phoenix:
  "But I opened the right door,
  and, like, got out"...

Phoenix:
  That's correct, isn't it?

Ini:
  Like, why are you suddenly
  asking me about that...?

Phoenix:
  Your Honor.
  Which side is the passenger's
  seat: the left or the right?

Judge:
  Well, it's on the right side,
  of course, because the
  driver's on the left side.

Phoenix:
  That would be if it were an
  American car. But it would be
  the opposite in a British car.

Judge:
  Opposite...?

Phoenix:
  The two of them were riding
  in a British car!

Phoenix:
  In that case, the passenger
  side would be the left side!

von Karma:
  Aaaaah!

Judge:
  Wh-What do you mean by this!?

Phoenix:
  Ms. Miney! You said that you
  had escaped using the right
  side door of the car!

Phoenix:
  But if you were sitting there,

Phoenix:
  then that means you were in
  the driver's seat!

Ini:
  Aaaaaaaah!

Judge:
  O-Order! Order in the court!
  Order! Ooooooooorder!!

Judge:
  Order...

Judge:
  Ack!

von Karma:
  Mr. Phoenix Wright is
  blabbering nonsense again!

von Karma:
  Ini said the person who
  was driving was her older
  sister, Mimi Miney!

Phoenix:
  That is what Ini said, yes
  But that is where her story
  falls apart.

Phoenix:
  Somewhere, all of us made a
  big error in our assumptions!

Mia:
  Phoenix.

Mia:
  It looks like you've finally
  found the real root of this
  murder!

Phoenix:
  If we connect all the dots,
  there can only be one answer!

Phoenix:
  I'd like to ask the court a
  question. Ini or Mimi -- who
  was really driving that night?

*** Ini Miney ******************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   And the answer is Ini Miney,
*   of course!
*
* Judge:
*   Wh-Why would you say that?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Ms. Ini Miney just said so
*   herself in her testimony!
*
* Phoenix:
*   She said that she escaped the
*   car from the right side door!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Which would have been where
*   the driver's seat was!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Owwwww!
*
* von Karma:
*   I'm inclined to feel sorry for
*   a foolish fool who foolishly
*   spends his time foolishly.
*
* von Karma:
*   At that time, Ms. Ini Miney
*   had not yet received her
*   driver's license!
*
* Phoenix:
*   And that is why the accident
*   happened!
*
* Mia:
*   Hold it, Phoenix!
*
* Mia:
*   It looks like you still don't
*   see the real truth behind the
*   accident.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Th-The "real truth"...?
*
* Mia:
*   Think outside the box!
*   Isn't that what we always say?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (A-Alright, one more time...!)
*
* RETURN TO QUESTION
*
********************************************

*** Mimi Miney *****************************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  The answer is the one person
  who had her driver's license,
  Mimi Miney.

Phoenix:
  After all, that makes her the
  only person who could legally
  drive!

Judge:
  B-But, you just said...

Judge:
  The witness, Ms. Ini Miney,
  was the one in the driver's
  seat!

Phoenix:
  Which leads us to the next
  question...

Ini:
  Th-The

von Karma:
  Th-The next

Judge:
  Th-The next question!?

Phoenix:
  Who is the person standing on
  the witness stand right now?

Ini:
  ...
  Uuughn!

von Karma:
  What sort of idiotic ruse is
  this, Mr. Phoenix Wright!?

von Karma:
  Th-This witness' name...
  This witness' name is...

Phoenix:
  I'll tell you what her name
  really is.

Phoenix:
  This witness' real name is...!

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Judge:
x   ...
x
x Judge:
x   Would the defense please
x   inform the court of its
x   birth name?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Umm...
x   Phoenix Wright...
x   Your Honor.
x
x Judge:
x   Ah, what a relief. I thought
x   you'd forgotten your own
x   name... Again.
x
x Mia:
x   I was beginning to think
x   he forgot too.
x
x Phoenix:
x   Wait a second...
x   I screwed up didn't I?
x
x Mia:
x   Big time.
x
x Mia:
x   Listen. This is the grand
x   finale. Don't hold back!
x   Let it all out on this one!
x
x Phoenix:
x   A-Alright, I'll give it
x   another shot!
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Mimi Miney profile*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  Mimi Miney.
  That is your real name.

Ini:
  ...

von Karma:
  *OBJECTION!*

von Karma:
  Of all the foolish dribble!

von Karma:
  Th-Then, how do you explain
  her appearance!?

Phoenix:
  When she was admitted into the
  hospital, this witness was
  suffering severe facial burns.

Phoenix:
  So for the purpose of facial
  reconstruction, they used a
  picture.

von Karma:
  Facial reconstruction surgery!?

Phoenix:
  This is the picture she gave
  to her doctors at the time.

Phoenix:
  That's right! It's a picture
  of her younger sister!

Ini:
  Nooooo!

Judge:
  B-But... Mimi Miney...
  She died... In the car
  accident!

Phoenix:
  That's what everyone thought.
  However, that was not the
  case.

von Karma:
  Th-Then, the body they found
  at the crash site...

Phoenix:
  That was the body of the real
  Ini Miney.

Phoenix:
  Isn't that right...
  Ms. Mimi Miney!?

  ...
  ...

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (That car accident one year
  ago...)

Phoenix:
  (The one who died that night
  was Ini Miney.)

Phoenix:
  (Her sister, Mimi, then stole
  her face... And was reborn as
  Ini.)

Phoenix:
  (With this, she effectively
  erased "Mimi Miney"
  from existence!)

--------------------------------------------

Mia:
  Your Honor.

Mia:
  I'm sure you can now see why
  Mimi had to kill Dr. Grey.

Judge:
  Wh-What do you mean?

Judge:
  Aaah!

von Karma:
  What is the meaning of 
  this nonsense!?

Phoenix:
  Dr. Grey wanted to call back
  the spirit of a dead person.

Phoenix:
  Specifically, the spirit of
  his nurse that died in the
  crash, Mimi Miney.

Phoenix:
  However, that would not have
  been possible!

Phoenix:
  Because "Mimi Miney" was
  still, in fact, alive!

Phoenix:
  And that fact would have been
  discovered had the channeling
  been conducted.

Phoenix:
  So this witness had to stop
  that from happening...

Phoenix:
  ...at all costs!

von Karma:
  And... And...

von Karma:
  And that's why she had to kill
  Dr. Turner Grey?
  Is that what you're saying!?

Phoenix:
  Yes.

Phoenix:
  Before the channeling,

Phoenix:
  Dr. Grey had the misfortune of
  consulting this witness about
  communicating with the dead.

Phoenix:
  And in that moment, his fate
  was sealed!

Judge:
  W-W...

Judge:
  Well, Ms. Ini...?
  I mean, Ms. von Karma...

Judge:
  Eek!

von Karma:
  Why did you say MY name, just
  now!?

? ? ?:
  ...

? ? ?:
  Looks like I've been unmasked.

von Karma:
  W-Witness...?

Mimi:
  That's right, I admit it.
  My real name is Mimi Miney.

Phoenix:
  ...!

Mimi:
  That quack doctor...
  He got what he deserved
  in the end.

Mimi:
  And I was so close to finally
  ditching "Mimi" too.

Mimi:
  So close...

Judge:
  But... But why!?

Judge:
  Why would you go so far to
  throw away your self...?

Judge:
  To become your own sister!?

Mimi:
  ...

Phoenix:
  (I think I understand why...)

Phoenix:
  (Mimi Miney wanted her self
  to disappear because of
  this...)

*** Present Newspaper Clipping 1 ***********
*
* Phoenix:
*   *TAKE THAT!*
*
* von Karma:
*   Th-That's...
*
* von Karma:
*   That's about the malpractice
*   incident!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Dr. Grey was right.
*
* Phoenix:
*   The mistake was caused by
*   the nurse.
*
* Phoenix:
*   A nurse by the name of Mimi
*   Miney.
*
* Phoenix:
*   That's right, the person
*   standing before us today.
*
* Phoenix:
*   And a few weeks after this
*   mishap,
*
* Phoenix:
*   Mimi Miney had a car accident,
*
* Phoenix:
*   in which she lost her younger
*   sister.
*
* von Karma:
*   Th-The timing couldn't have
*   been worse...
*
* Phoenix:
*   Fourteen patients dying in
*   that incident, and her own
*   sister's life, extinguished.
*
* Phoenix:
*   It was all too much to bear.
*
* Mimi:
*   ...I found a way for myself to
*   escape it all...
*   The only way...
*
* Phoenix:
*   She lost everything in the
*   flames of that accident, her
*   sister...
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...and even her own face.
*   This was her last chance...
*
* Phoenix:
*   Her chance to throw away
*   her past and start a new life
*   as her "sister"...
*
* Judge:
*   ...Unbelievable... A plan
*   beyond my wildest
*   imagination...
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** Present something wrong ****************
*
* Phoenix:
*   *TAKE THAT!*
*
* Mia:
*   Just stop.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Huh?
*
* Mia:
*   I feel embarrassed for you
*   for even thinking of showing
*   that piece of evidence.
*
* Mia:
*   That woman...
*   She had lost everything.
*
* Mia:
*   So this was the only way to
*   make things right, Phoenix.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Looks like this wasn't the
*   right piece of evidence after
*   all...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I guess I don't fully
*   understand this case yet...)
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Mimi:
  That jerk...

Mimi:
  If only he hadn't thought of
  that channeling mumbo-jumbo...

Phoenix:
  ...Mumbo-jumbo?

Mimi:
  Becoming Ini has been the most
  horrible experience in the
  world.

Mimi:
  Spirit channeling, the
  occult... I hate it!
  I hate it all!

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Judge:
  ...I believe there are still a
  few unsolved riddles here...

Judge:
  Why did you set a murderous
  revenge plot into motion?

Judge:
  And why did Ms. Morgan Fey
  agree to help you with the
  plan...?

Judge:
  Regardless, I believe one
  thing has been made crystal
  clear.

Phoenix:
  The innocence of the
  defendant, Maya Fey...

von Karma:
  Th-This...

von Karma:
  This is preposterous!

von Karma:
  I... I'm perfect!

von Karma:
  Me... Franziska von Karma...

Phoenix:
  I'm going to enjoy the news
  tonight, Ms. von Karma.
  How about you?

Phoenix:
  It's going to be broadcast all
  over the world, right?
  Your defeat, that is...

Phoenix:
  Yeow!

Judge:
  Ohhh!

Ini:
  Aah!

Phoenix:
  Owowowowwwowoowowowoww
  owwwowwowwwooowowwooow
  owowoowooowowowoowooww

von Karma:
  And one more for good
  measure!

Mia:
  Ph-Phoenix!
  Hang in there, Phoenix!!
  PHOENIX!!!

von Karma:
  This court is a fraud!
  A sham!

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  ...Now then,

Judge:
  it looks like it will be some
  time before Mr. Wright regains
  consciousness...

Judge:
  so I will go ahead and
  pronounce the verdict.

* N O T   G U I L T Y *

Judge:
  That is all.
  This court is adjourned!

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June 22, 3:13 PM
District Court
Defendant Lobby No. 3

Mia:
  Congratulations, Maya.

Maya:
  S-Sis!

Mia:
  It's good to see you, Maya...
  How are you doing?

Maya:
  Sis!
  Sis...

Maya:
  I-I didn't kill anyone, did I?

Mia:
  No, you didn't.
  It was all just a dream...

Mia:
  A really bad dream.

Maya:
  You know, sis...

Maya:
  In my dream, I smelled a
  really familiar scent.

Mia:
  A familiar scent...?

Maya:
  I was inside that clothing
  box, right?

Maya:
  That box...

Maya:
  That was the box you used
  to store your clothes in a
  long time ago...

Mia:
  That's right!

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  Hmm... There is still one
  thing I don't quite get.

Mia:
  What's that?

Phoenix:
  What would've happened if
  Mimi hadn't shot Dr. Grey...?

Phoenix:
  I mean, we broke in because
  we heard a gunshot.

Mia:
  I think Mimi Miney had planned
  to open the door to the
  Chamber herself.

Mia:
  And then, you and Lotta would
  have witnessed quite a scene;

Mia:
  a "possessed" Maya Fey, who
  had just committed a murder.

Phoenix:
  She had it planned down to
  the smallest detail, huh...?

Maya:
  Nick!

Phoenix:
  Congrats, Maya.

Maya:
  Thanks!

Maya:
  Looks like you bailed me out
  of another jam.

Phoenix:
  Well... you know...

Maya:
  But...

Maya:
  I really don't want something
  like this to happen ever
  again.

Phoenix:
  ...?

Maya:
  I'm fine because I have you
  to help me out, Nick...

Maya:
  But every time something
  happens, I lose someone
  special to me.

Maya:
  First my sister...
  And now my aunt...

Phoenix:
  ...

Maya:
  Hey, Nick... Tell me...

Maya:
  Tell me why my aunt went
  and did something so horrible?

Maya:
  Why would she help Ms. Mimi
  with a plan like that...!?

Maya:
  I just...
  I just don't understand it,
  Nick...

Phoenix:
  Maya, it's over. Why don't
  we just let it be.

Maya:
  Nick, please, I need an
  answer...

Phoenix:
  (The reason Morgan helped
  Mimi with her plan was...)

*** Present Pearl Fey profile **************
*
* Phoenix:
*   *TAKE THAT!*
*
* Maya:
*   ...
*   Pearly?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Four years from now, a new
*   Master will be "born" into
*   Kurain Village.
*
* Phoenix:
*   And that person will be you,
*   Maya.
*
* Maya:
*   A-And...?
*
* Phoenix:
*   But, if you weren't there...
*
* Phoenix:
*   then the main family's blood-
*   line would disappear... And
*   what would happen then...?
*
* Maya:
*   ...
*
* Maya:
*   ...The branch family...
*   My aunt...
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...No, Morgan's spiritual
*   power is too weak.
*
* Phoenix:
*   The next person would be...
*   Pearls.
*
* Maya:
*   ...Aaaah!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Everything was done for her
*   sake.
*
* Phoenix:
*   It was all so that Pearls
*   would become the next
*   Master.
*
* Maya:
*   Y-Yeah... I can see that...
*   ...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (...? Did Maya say something
*   just now...?)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I think that she was
*   saying... "I thought so"...)
*
********************************************

*** Present something wrong ****************
*
* Phoenix:
*   *TAKE THAT!*
*
* Maya:
*   ...?
*   I don't get it.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Yeah, me neither.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Even I don't really know why
*   Morgan cooperated with Mimi
*   Miney...
*
* Maya:
*   ...
*
* Phoenix:
*   Look, this whole thing is over
*   now, so let's not dwell on the
*   past, OK?
*
* Maya:
*   Yeah...
*   Thanks, Nick.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I just don't know the answer
*   to this one...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I'm just as confused
*   about the situation as she
*   is... So why the "thanks"?)
*
********************************************

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Date and time unknown
Detention Center
Solitary Confinement Cell 13

  ...My... precious Pearl...

  You are the only one suitable
  to be the Master of Kurain,
  dear child.

  I sacrificed it all...
  All for you...

  I helped that brainless nurse
  carry out her murder,

  and cooperated with that
  whip-happy prosecutor...

  It was all to unseat that
  annoying, witless main
  family girl...

  That Maya Fey.

  ...But I shall be patient, my
  dearest Pearl... A chance will
  present itself...

  Your time will come...



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                            Part 1-1: Investigation                      [0441]
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  Now! The moment you've
  all been waiting for!

  Who will be this year's Grand
  Prix Champion?

  Who will be our
  "Hero of Heroes"!?

  Will it be last year's runner-
  up, Jammin' Ninja!?

  Or maybe Captain Saipan
  all the way from the lovely
  tropical island of Saipan!?

  I see the students of a
  certain Starry School are
  raring to win!

  And Global Hero Onyankopon
  doesn't want to go home
  without the prize!

  We hope lady luck is with all
  our heroes tonight!

  And now!

  The winner of the third
  annual Hero of Heroes
  Grand Prix...

  IS ME!!

  Whoooooooooa!
  The true hero of the night
  has appeared in our midst!

== Hero of Heroes  Super Hero ==

  It looks like this year's
  Grand Prix goes to this
  fantastic warrior!

  The Nickel Samurai!

  Too bad, Jammin' Ninja.
  Looks like the title eluded
  you again this year!

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March 20, 7:42 PM
Gatewater Hotel
Viola Hall

Maya:
  Alright! Yes! Did you hear
  that, Nick!? Did you!? The
  Nickel Samurai! He did it!

Phoenix:
  Yeah, he sure did...
  *sigh*
  I'm getting too old for this.

Powers:
  Ah, I'm proud of the guy for
  doing the series justice.

Pearl:
  U-Um...
  So the person everyone was
  cheering for...

Pearl:
  I guess he got the prize?

Maya:
  Yup!

Maya:
  You know who we're talking
  about, right Pearly?
  "The Nickel Samurai"!

Pearl:
  No. Every Sunday, I only watch
  the Educational Channel's
  "Kids' Masterpiece Theatre".

Maya:
  OK, that's it! From now on,
  it's "The Nickel Samurai"!
  All the kids watch it!

Pearl:
  Do you like "The Nickel
  Samurai" too, Mr. Nick?

Maya:
  Nah, Nick's an old fart, so
  he's not allowed to watch
  it anymore.

Phoenix:
  That's right. But I do like
  "Kids' Masterpiece Theatre".

Maya:
  Hey, I didn't know you were
  so young at heart, Nick!

Pearl:
  Mr. Nick! You're a grown-up!
  You're not allowed to watch
  it anymore!

Pearl:
  You're supposed to act your
  age and have interests that
  match.

Pearl:
  ...It's very important.

Maya:
  Aw, give it a rest, Pearly!

Powers:
  Looks like I made the right
  choice in inviting everyone
  here.

Powers:
  I'm glad you're all having a
  good time.

Maya:
  Aaaaah... It's like a dream!

Powers:
  Too bad for the Jammin' Ninja,
  though.

Powers:
  Last year, he lost to The
  Pink Princess: Warrior of
  Little Olde Tokyo.

Powers:
  I thought this might be his
  year...

Maya:
  Yeah...

Maya:
  Oh, hey, did anyone else think
  that the Jammin' Ninja was
  a bit different today?

Pearl:
  Different?
  What do you mean?

Maya:
  Um, well, he wasn't carrying
  his bright red guitar.

Powers:
  Hey, you're right!
  Strange he'd walk around
  without his signature guitar.

Phoenix:
  (...*sigh*
  I will never understand these
  people and their shows...)

Phoenix:
  Anyway, Mr. Powers, thank
  you very much for tonight.

Powers:
  A-Aw, it was nothing... I owe
  you one, so it's just my way
  of saying thanks.

Maya:
  Hey, Nick! Come on!
  It's time to get going to the
  lobby!

Maya:
  There's a post-ceremony stage
  show that's supposed to start
  real soon.

Powers:
  And then, I heard there's
  going to be a press conference
  after that.

Phoenix:
  A press conference? Is he
  going to make a speech about
  winning this year's prize?

Powers:
  Uh, well, not exactly...
  Something about the Nickel
  Samurai confessing something.

Phoenix:
  Confessing...?
  Sounds pretty serious.

Maya:
  Argh! Nick! COME ON!
  You don't want us to be the
  last ones there, do you!?

Pearl:
  Yeah, Mr. Nick!
  Do you!?

Phoenix:
  (Why me...?
  The show doesn't even start
  for another 20 minutes...)

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EXAMINE
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+++ Doors on the left ++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There's a grand set of doors
+   over there.
+
+ Powers:
+   And behind those doors is an
+   equally grand lobby.
+
+ Pearl:
+   Shall we go and take a look,
+   Mr. Nick?
+
+ Maya:
+   Hey, wait up! This grand
+   dessert is calling to me...
+   It's saying, "Eat me now!"
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Walls or ceiling +++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   This sure is one luxurious
+   hotel.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Almost to the point of gaudy,
+   with how it blends together
+   everything "fancy" imaginable.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (Speaking of fancy, didn't
+   that bellboy give me something
+   like that last year?)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Chandelier +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Maya:
+   That chandelier is really
+   something, isn't it?
+
+ Pearl:
+   I thought it was a kind of
+   space ship...
+
+ Maya:
+   Hey, Nick. How about we get
+   one of these for the office?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   One of those hanging from our
+   poor, weak ceiling? I don't
+   think so.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Tables at the back +++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Maya:
+   If this is all a dream, I
+   don't ever want to wake up!
+
+ Maya:
+   And all the directors and
+   stars that were here to see
+   the heroes, wow.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I had no idea who most of them
+   were.
+
+ Pearl:
+   Neither did I.
+
+ Maya:
+   Nick, you've got to cut that
+   "news only" habit out.
+
+ Maya:
+   Your new show is going to be
+   "The Nickel Samurai!"
+   Every Sunday morning at 8!
+
+ Maya:
+   Oh, I know! We can watch it
+   together starting next week!
+
+ Maya:
+   I'll come wake you up extra
+   early to make sure, OK?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Ah, I'm fine... You know, you
+   really don't have to on my
+   account...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ The stage ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   The awards ceremony was just
+   held on that stage.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It was really fabulous.
+
+ Pearl:
+   You just reminded me of the
+   circus for a second.
+
+ Maya:
+   Well, shows like that are
+   guaranteed to be good, you
+   know?
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Front table ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Maya:
+   What can I say? This is
+   a really high-class hotel!
+
+ Pearl:
+   I've never eaten this kind
+   of salad before.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (Poor Pearls, having eaten
+   only vegetables all her life.
+   She's been missing out...)
+
+ Maya:
+   Don't worry! Any leftovers
+   belong in my happily awaiting
+   stomach anyway!
+
+ Phoenix:
+   You're such a glutton, Maya.
+
+ Powers:
+   Ah, I lose this one to Maya.
+   You sure can eat.
+
+ Maya:
+   Well, a growing girl needs her
+   nutrients!
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (A growing girl? Exactly how
+   big do you plan on
+   getting...?)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO POWERS)
----------------

>>> Will Powers >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Thank you very much for
>   inviting us today.
>
> Powers:
>   Aww, it was nothing really.
>
> Powers:
>   Guys like us don't get to come
>   to a place like this often, so
>   I thought I'd invite you all.
>
> Maya:
>   Hey, Mr. Powers!
>   What have you been up to
>   lately?
>
> Powers:
>   Well, since "The Pink
>   Princess" successfully wrapped
>   up last month,
>
> Powers:
>   I've been on a kid's exercise
>   show...
>
> Powers:
>   ...while wearing a rabbit mask
>   over my face...
>
> Maya:
>   Oh, I see.
>
> Powers:
>   I'm still really sorry about
>   all the headaches I caused you
>   that time, Mr. Wright.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Ah, well. What's done is done,
>   so let's forget about it.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (This is Will Powers.
>   He's an action star.)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (His popularity exploded when
>   he was the Steel Samurai.)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (And he was the first case
>   Maya worked on with me.)
>
> Maya:
>   You can't tell by looking at
>   you, but you're a really nice
>   guy with a love of kids.
>
> Powers:
>   Ah, thanks.
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> The Nickel Samurai >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   I can't believe they're going
>   to make a movie based on the
>   Nickel Samurai.
>
> Maya:
>   I can't believe it either, but
>   for a different reason!
>
> Phoenix:
>   The Steel Samurai.
>   An epic story of one hero
>   in a desperate fight against
>
> Phoenix:
>   his arch-enemy, the Evil
>   Magistrate in the city of Neo
>   Olde Tokyo.
>
> Phoenix:
>   And last year, they started a
>   new series, "The Nickel
>   Samurai".
>
> Phoenix:
>   The new series seems to be
>   a hit with the kids too.
>
> Powers:
>   The Steel Samurai is a show I
>   have a lot of strong feelings
>   for,
>
> Powers:
>   so I hoped that maybe I'd get
>   a chance to do something
>   in this new one...
>
> Maya:
>   Yeah...
>   It's too bad... It'd be great
>   to see you on the show...
>
> Maya:
>   With the new actor, Matt
>   Engarde. He's super popular
>   right now.
>
> Pearl:
>   Mr. Un-gard...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Looks like Pearls doesn't
>   know who he is.)
>
> Maya:
>   This year it's going to be the
>   Nickel Samurai vs. the Jammin'
>   Ninja at the box office!
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...Jammin' Ninja...?
>   Who's that again?
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Jammin' Ninja >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So who is this "Jammin'
>   Ninja" again?
>
> Maya:
>   He's a hero, duh.
>   His symbol is a bright red
>   guitar he's always carrying.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (A ninja who's always carrying
>   around a bright red guitar...?
>   How does that even work!?)
>
> Maya:
>   With a scarf around his neck
>   and a guitar in hand, he rises
>   to stardom in an ancient time.
>
> Phoenix:
>   A ninja...
>   Who becomes a star??
>
> Maya:
>   Yeah! A ninja who becomes
>   a star!
>
> Powers:
>   There's a strong rivalry
>   between the two of them.
>
> Powers:
>   Global Studios' Nickel Samurai
>   and Worldwide Studios' Jammin'
>   Ninja.
>
> Powers:
>   They even air at the same
>   time.
>
> Maya:
>   You know what I heard?
>   I heard those two don't get
>   along at all.
>
> Maya:
>   The Nickel Samurai's Engarde
>   and the guy who plays the
>   Jammin' Ninja, I mean.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (The Nickel Samurai speaks
>   French!? Oh, you mean Matt
>   Engarde, the actor...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   I guess even the world of
>   heroes isn't a sparkling,
>   happy place.
>
> Powers:
>   Y-Yeah...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO POWERS)
-------------------

*** Attorney's Badge ***********************
*
* Powers:
*   Ah, I really owe you one.
*
* Powers:
*   If it wasn't for you guys, I
*   don't know what would've
*   happened.
*
* Powers:
*   What you did... It was a real
*   tight spot I was in, and you
*   fought so hard to get me out.
*
* Powers:
*   I don't care what happens.
*   I'll never forget everything
*   you've done for me.
*
********************************************

*** Maya Fey profile ***********************
*
* Powers:
*   So, you're going to study to
*   become a lawyer too. Am I
*   right or am I right?
*
* Maya:
*   Umm...
*
* Powers:
*   It must be real tough. There's
*   all those thick books with
*   hard words you have to read...
*
* Maya:
*   Uh, um...
*   Well...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Oh, yeah. Mr. Powers doesn't
*   know that Maya's a spirit
*   medium...)
*
* Maya:
*   I thought he'd be able to tell
*   by my clothes.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Maybe he thinks that you've
*   got some strange hobby on
*   the side or something.
*
* Maya:
*   ...Hey, wait a sec.
*   What's that's supposed to
*   mean!?
*
********************************************

*** Pearl Fey profile **********************
*
* Powers:
*   So are you Maya's little
*   sister?
*
* Pearl:
*   I'm sorry, but no.
*
* Powers:
*   Oh, then you must be
*   Mr. Wright's little sister!
*
* Pearl:
*   Again, I'm sorry, but...
*
* Powers:
*   Then... Whose little sister
*   are you?
*
* Pearl:
*   I'm sorry, but I'm an only
*   child.
*
* Powers:
*   Oh, I see...
*   S-Sorry.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Pearl looks so sad...
*   She looks really sorry too...)
*
********************************************

*** Will Powers profile ********************
*
* Powers:
*   Hey, is my face really all
*   that scary?
*
* Powers:
*   Kids won't come anywhere
*   near me...
*
* Powers:
*   But when I cover my face,
*   they're all shocked because
*   then they figure out who I am.
*
* Maya:
*   Hmm... Well, I don't think you
*   look scary.
*
* Pearl:
*   Me either. I think your face
*   makes you look like a very
*   kind person!
*
* Powers:
*   ...!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Aww... Those two are making
*   Mr. Powers tear up...)
*
********************************************

*** Anything else **************************
*
* Powers:
*   S-Sorry.
*
* Powers:
*   Thanks for taking the time to
*   take it out and show it to me,
*
* Powers:
*   but I'm really sorry, I don't
*   know a thing about it.
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Hallway"

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March 20
Gatewater Hotel
Hallway

Phoenix:
  Wow, what is with this place?
  Looks like I've stumbled into
  Oz or something.

Phoenix:
  Way in the back, there's a
  sign for the bathroom.

Phoenix:
  I bet we have a little time to
  look around before the show
  starts...

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EXAMINE
-------

+++ Teddy bear +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I can understand flowers in
+   front of the dressing rooms,
+
+ Phoenix:
+   but what are stuffed bears
+   doing here...?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Could it be that there's an
+   action star who has a soft
+   spot for teddy bears...?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   ...Nah, can't be.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Flowers on the left ++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Compared to the flowers on the
+   other side of the hall, these
+   are much more gorgeous.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Let's see... Record companies,
+   fan clubs, company workers,
+   family...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Carrying all these flowers
+   home would be hard, I think...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Door on the left +++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There's a piece of paper taped
+   to the door that says, "Juan
+   Corrida's Room".
+
+ Phoenix:
+   "Juan Corrida"...
+   His name just sounds like
+   a star's name.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I've heard it before, but I
+   don't know anything about
+   him at all.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ End of corridor ++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There are toilets in each room
+   in this hotel,
+
+ Phoenix:
+   but since all sorts of events
+   are held here,
+
+ Phoenix:
+   there are bathrooms for people
+   who aren't staying here to
+   use as well.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Perfect for people like me,
+   who can't afford a stay here
+   in the first place...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Flowers on the right +++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   "To Mr. Engarde
+   From the Global Studio Staff"
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Ah, it'd be nice if lawyers
+   got flowers too.
+   Something like,
+
+ Phoenix:
+   "To Mr. Wright
+   From All Your Grateful
+   Clients".
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Door on the right ++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There's a piece of paper taped
+   to the door that says, "Matt
+   Engarde's Room".
+
+ Phoenix:
+   "Matt Engarde"...
+   I've heard that name before.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Oh, yeah. Maya's always
+   yammering about him like the
+   obsessed fan she is...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

MOVE TO: "Viola Hall"

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Powers:
  Sounds like the post-ceremony
  show is about to start.

Maya:
  Alright! I'm so pumped!

Maya:
  I wonder if he's going to show
  off his special move today?
  "Nickel Samurai Smelting!"

Powers:
  Actually, what I'm interested
  in most is the press
  conference.

Maya:
  You mean the "big confession"
  the Nickel Samurai's going to
  make after the show?

Maya:
  So what is it?
  Don't you know what it's
  about, Mr. Powers?

Powers:
  Uh, well, I'm not the Steel
  Samurai anymore, so I don't
  have any idea.

Maya:
  Bah.

Powers:
  S-Sorry.

Powers:
  Ah, so I guess you are all
  going to the press conference
  then?

Maya:
  Yeah, of course!

Powers:
  If that's the case, then here,
  take these tickets so you can
  get in.

*Press Conference Ticket added
to the Court Record.*

Phoenix:
  Thank you very much.
  Well, let's get going to the
  lobby.

Pearl:
  It looks like it's over this
  way, Mr. Nick!

Maya:
  OK!
  For great justice!

--------------------------------------------

PRESENT (TO POWERS)
-------------------

*** Press Conference Ticket ****************
*
* Powers:
*   They called this so suddenly
*   that something about it just
*   seems off, you know?
*
* Phoenix:
*   You mean the press conference?
*
* Powers:
*   Yeah. He said,
*   "There's something I'd like to
*   confess if I win."
*
* Powers:
*   I heard he faxed his request
*   for a conference in to the
*   office only yesterday.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Yesterday...
*   (Yeah, that is kind of
*   sudden.)
*
* Powers:
*   But I guess his manager set
*   everything up somehow, so he
*   was lucky.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Hmm... Nice manager.
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Hotel Lobby"

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March 20
Gatewater Hotel
Hotel Lobby

Phoenix:
  Hmm... Only a really gaudy
  hotel would have such a large,
  gaudy lobby to match.

Pearl:
  Ah, I think they're going to
  have the post-ceremony show
  over there.

Phoenix:
  They're using a compact stage,
  I see.

Maya:
  Ooh... I'm all ready to use my
  special "Samurai Power".

Phoenix:
  (Maya looks like she's ready
  to start a fight...)

PA Notice:
  Your attention please,
  your attention please.

PA Notice:
  The Nickel Samurai's Post-
  Ceremony Stage Show

PA Notice:
  will not be held tonight due
  to unforeseen circumstances.

Maya:
  WHAAAT!?
  WHYYYYY!?

Phoenix:
  Oww! You didn't have to pinch
  me! Pinch yourself if you
  don't believe it!

PA Notice:
  We are asking for everyone's
  cooperation at this time.

PA Notice:
  So please stay where you are.

PA Notice:
  ...This is a special request
  from the police.

Pearl:
  ...!

Phoenix:
  P-Police?
  Did they just say the police?

Powers:
  D-Do you want me to go
  check out what's going on?

Phoenix:
  Um, wait, I'll come with
  you...

? ? ?:
  Freeze!

? ? ?:
  You two!
  Didn't you hear the
  announcement just now!?

? ? ?:
  It just finished telling you
  not to move!

Maya:
  Th-That voice...
  I've heard that voice
  somewhere before...

? ? ?:
  Honestly, youth these days
  can't be bothered to listen to
  other people when they talk!

? ? ?:
  Just the other day it was the
  same thing! There was a small
  footbridge with a sign next to

? ? ?:
  it that said, "Beware, Bridge
  Out!" And along comes a snot-
  nosed little punk kid right up

? ? ?:
  to the bridge. I tried to tell
  the boy the bridge was out and
  it was dangerous, but would he

? ? ?:
  listen!? No, of course not! He
  said he'd be careful and only
  walk on the "in" part of the

? ? ?:
  bridge since the "out" part is
  what was dangerous! I am not
  kidding you here! The kid said

? ? ?:
  that and really meant it!
  WELL! I really let him have it
  then, and knocked him clear

? ? ?:
  off of that bridge! Honestly,
  kids these days don't know
  right from wrong, I tell you!

Powers:
  This non-stop chatter...

Phoenix:
  I-It can't be...
  ...Ms. Oldbag?

? ? ?:
  ...

Oldbag:
  What is it, you young whipper-
  snappers!? Do I know you!?

Oldbag:
  ...Wait. YOU!
  You're Powers, aren't you!?

Powers:
  Y-Yeah.
  Um, about what happened
  back then...

Oldbag:
  You didn't get nominated last
  year either, did you?

Oldbag:
  Oh, that's right. You're doing
  that children's exercise
  program, trying to play nice.

Powers:
  Ah, yeah, that's me.
  Thankfully I still have a
  job...

Oldbag:
  I love that show, and you're a
  hoot! You're the "big
  brother" character, right?

Oldbag:
  Yes, even with your face
  covered by a mask, I know. You
  ended up with a rabbit face.

Oldbag:
  What a work of art, but that's
  how it is, you know? I mean,
  if you didn't wear the mask,

Oldbag:
  who knows how many TVs you'd
  break? Really, and shame on
  those kids exercising around

Oldbag:
  you. They're getting what they
  deserve. This is why I thought
  you shouldn't be anywhere...

Phoenix:
  Um... What are you doing here?

Oldbag:
  Look at my uniform and tell
  me you can't tell I'm a member
  of security!

Maya:
  But that outfit...

Oldbag:
  Annoying, noisy brats get
  the blaster!

Ray Gun:
  *rata-tat-tat-tat-tat...*

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Second floor +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Maya:
+   Wow, it looks like there's a
+   fancy restaurant on the second
+   floor!
+
+ Phoenix:
+   You STILL feel like eating?
+
+ Maya:
+   I mean, since we're here, you
+   know?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (Don't pull the "since we're
+   here" trick on me...)
+
+ Pearl:
+   What a beautiful mansion.
+
+ Pearl:
+   Do you live in this wonderful
+   world every day, Mr. Nick?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Oh, no, this is my first time
+   in a place like this.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Camera +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I'm going to say these cameras
+   were set up to cover the post-
+   ceremony stage show.
+
+ Maya:
+   But I wonder where everyone's
+   gone, abandoning their cameras
+   like this...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (I guess something big must
+   have happened...)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ The stage ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's the stage for the post-
+   ceremony stage show.
+
+ Powers:
+   There was supposed to be a
+   press meeting after the show,
+   but now...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It looks like no one will hear
+   what the Nickel Samurai had
+   to confess after all.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Seats ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Maya:
+   We're here, so we might as
+   well take some pictures. OK,
+   everyone, sit in a chair!
+
+ Phoenix:
+   But we're all out of film...
+
+ Maya:
+   Don't worry about it. There's
+   a zillion cameras over there
+   we can borrow.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Hey, hey! You can't just go
+   and "borrow" an expensive
+   professional camera like that!
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO OLDBAG)
----------------

>>> Wendy Oldbag >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Ms. Oldbag, what are you doing
>   here?
>
> Phoenix:
>   What happened to your position
>   at Global Studios...?
>
> Oldbag:
>   Oh, that old place? Well,
>   since "that" incident, they've
>   been letting people go.
>
> Oldbag:
>   When they cut the security
>   team, I got the pink slip.
>
> Maya:
>   What incident?
>   What did you do?
>
> Oldbag:
>   I didn't do anything, you
>   young'un!
>
> Oldbag:
>   Don't you remember?
>   That incident a year ago...
>
> Oldbag:
>   When this lady got on the
>   witness stand and testified.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Y-Yeah...
>
> Oldbag:
>   And you! Weren't you the one
>   who was bullying me; this
>   fragile girl at heart!?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um... I plead the fifth.
>
> Oldbag:
>   But you know, I think maybe I
>   rubbed the upper management
>   the wrong way by testifying.
>
> Oldbag:
>   ...
>   Yes, that has to be it!
>   Everything is all your fault!
>
> Phoenix:
>   M-Me!?
>
> Oldbag:
>   I thought about being a
>   bodyguard at first, after
>   being handed ol' pinky.
>
> Maya:
>   You? A bodyguard?
>
> Oldbag:
>   For your friend! That fiery,
>   good-looking guy with the
>   red jacket and the ruffles.
>
> Maya:
>   M-Mr. Edgeworth?
>
> Oldbag:
>   But...
>
> --------------------------------------------
>
> Edgeworth:
>   That sort of arrangement would
>   be entirely too troublesome
>   for me.
>
> --------------------------------------------
>
> Oldbag:
>   That's what he said to me.
>
> Oldbag:
>   What did I ever do to deserve
>   that!?
>
> Ray Gun:
>   *rata-tat-tat-tat-tat...*
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> What happened? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Maya:
>   Um...
>   So, did something happen?
>
> Oldbag:
>   I don't have all the details,
>
> Oldbag:
>   but, it looks like another one
>   of those "incidents" happened
>   again.
>
> Powers:
>   A-An "incident"?
>   Like a "murder" kind of
>   "incident"?
>
> Oldbag:
>   Maybe. You see, I'm a bit of a
>   devilish woman.
>
> Oldbag:
>   So wherever I go, a rain of
>   blood will come pouring down.
>   Bet you didn't know that!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um, then shouldn't you quit
>   being a security guard, at
>   least for other people's sake?
>
> Oldbag:
>   Silence, whippersnapper!
>
> Ray Gun:
>   *rata-tat-tat-tat-tat...*
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO OLDBAG)
-------------------

*** Anything *******************************
*
* Oldbag:
*   These eyes of mine are real
*   pros now!
*
* Phoenix:
*   "Pros"?
*   Pros at doing what?
*
* Oldbag:
*   At doing police work, of
*   course! My eyes are like a
*   hawk!
*
* Oldbag:
*   And my professional eyes spot
*   a messy incident! A messy,
*   bloody incident!
*
* Oldbag:
*   That's why I don't have time
*   for you meddling kids and your
*   petty little things!
*
********************************************

--------------------------------------------

*AFTER TALKING TO OLDBAG*

Maya:
  ...Hey, Nick.

Phoenix:
  Wh-What is it?
  I don't like that devilish
  smile playing on your lips...

Maya:
  Let's make like we're going to
  the bathroom, and check things
  out!

Phoenix:
  N-No way.
  The police told us not go
  anywhere, remember?

Maya:
  Huh!?
  How B-O-R-I-N-G!

Maya:
  You're such a boring guy!
  You've got no motivation!
  No spirit!

Pearl:
  Huh? What? What's going on?
  Are you giving Mystic Maya
  trouble again, Mr. Nick?

Phoenix:
  (Not you too, Pearls...
  Please don't stick your little
  nose into this one...)

Maya:
  So listen to this, Pearly.
  This one time at lawyer camp,
  Nick...

Phoenix:
  O-OK!
  I get it!
  Let's go take a look.

Maya:
  Yay!
  I know you couldn't say no to
  me, Nick!

Pearl:
  That's right.

Pearl:
  You'd walk over miles of hot
  coals for Mystic Maya,
  wouldn't you Mr. Nick?

Phoenix:
  (That would be EVERY time
  we work a case together...)

Maya:
  Well, what are we waiting for?
  Let's go already! You can come
  along too, Pearly.

Pearl:
  Goody!
  I get to come! I get to come!

MOVE TO: "Viola Hall"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 20
Gatewater Hotel
Viola Hall

Phoenix:
  There's nothing really out
  of the ordinary here...

Pearl:
  Are you looking for the "some-
  thing" that the old lady was
  talking about?

Phoenix:
  Doesn't look like it happened
  here. Well, we'd better go
  look somewhere else.

Maya:
  Alright!
  Then, let's try...

Bellboy:
  Excuse me.

Maya:
  Ack!

Bellboy:
  Are you by chance, Ms. Maya
  Fey?

Maya:
  Um, yeah... That's me.

Bellboy:
  You have a phone call waiting
  for you at the front desk.

Maya:
  A call?
  I wonder if it's someone
  from Kurain Village...

Pearl:
  What's wrong, Mystic Maya?

Maya:
  Oh, nothing.
  I'll just go on ahead to check
  it out, OK?

Pearl:
  OK.

Bellboy:
  Right this way, Ms. Fey.

Pearl:
  Let's go look somewhere else
  now, Mr. Nick.

Phoenix:
  Yeah, OK.

Pearl:
  This is a little exciting...
  And a little scary...

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Doors on the left ++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There's a grand set of doors
+   over there.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's the doors Maya followed
+   the bellboy out of.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Chandelier +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Pearl:
+   So, that's called a "shan-deh
+   leer", right?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Yup.
+
+ Pearl:
+   What is that for?
+   What does it do?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Well, it's for lighting up a
+   room, Pearls.
+
+ Pearl:
+   Um, Mr. Nick? Can I look down
+   now? My neck hurts...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Tables at the back +++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   They haven't cleaned up all
+   the food yet.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There's a sad feeling hanging
+   in the air now that the party
+   is over...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ The stage ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   The awards ceremony was just
+   held on that stage.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It was really fabulous.
+
+ Pearl:
+   You just reminded me of the
+   circus for a second.
+
+ Pearl:
+   I wonder if everyone is
+   alright.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (I heard that Berry Big Circus
+   just recently started holding
+   performances again...)
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I'm sure they're all fine,
+   Pearls.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Front table ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Pearl:
+   It's a feast fit for a king!
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Yeah.
+
+ Pearl:
+   It was the first time I ate
+   that food.
+
+ Pearl:
+   What was it called again?
+   I think it started with "key".
+   Key... Wee?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   That's right, a "kiwi".
+
+ Pearl:
+   I don't know what to say.
+   It's a sweet but sour fruit
+   all in one.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (Poor Pearls, having eaten
+   only vegetables all her life.
+   She's been missing out...)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

MOVE TO: "Hotel Lobby"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Second floor +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   A lobby with a grand
+   staircase always feels
+   enormous.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   But right now, the only thing
+   filling this enormous room is
+   anxiety about the murder.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   ...I really hope nothing else
+   bad happens here...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Camera +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   These cameras must belong to
+   the press that came to cover
+   the conference.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   They're all basically doing
+   the same thing: staring at the
+   empty stage.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Seats ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Seats for the spectators of
+   the post-ceremony show and
+   the press conference.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   But it's too bad neither event
+   is going to be held now.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO OLDBAG)
----------------

>>> Wendy Oldbag >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Ms. Oldbag, what are you doing
>   here?
>
> Phoenix:
>   What happened to your position
>   at Global Studios...?
>
> Oldbag:
>   Oh, that old place? Well,
>   since "that" incident, they've
>   been letting people go.
>
> Oldbag:
>   When they cut the security
>   team, I got the pink slip.
>
> Pearl:
>   Um, I guess you must have
>   done something... um...
>   "deh-plor-ible"...
>
> Oldbag:
>   "Deplorable!?"
>   I would never do such a thing!
>
> Oldbag:
>   Don't you remember?
>   That incident a year ago...
>
> Oldbag:
>   When this lady got on the
>   witness stand and testified.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Y-Yeah...
>
> Oldbag:
>   And you! Weren't you the one
>   who was bullying me; this
>   fragile girl at heart!?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um... I plead the fifth.
>
> Oldbag:
>   But you know, I think maybe I
>   rubbed the upper management
>   the wrong way by testifying.
>
> Oldbag:
>   ...
>   Yes, that has to be it!
>   Everything is all your fault!
>
> Phoenix:
>   M-Me!?
>
> Oldbag:
>   I thought about being a
>   bodyguard at first, after
>   being handed ol' pinky.
>
> Pearl:
>   "Body...guard?"
>
> Oldbag:
>   For your friend! That fiery,
>   good-looking guy with the
>   red jacket and the ruffles.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (She's not talking about
>   Edgeworth, is she...?)
>
> Oldbag:
>   But...
>
> --------------------------------------------
>
> Edgeworth:
>   That sort of arrangement would
>   be entirely too troublesome
>   for me.
>
> --------------------------------------------
>
> Oldbag:
>   That's what he said to me.
>
> Oldbag:
>   What did I ever do to deserve
>   that!?
>
> Ray Gun:
>   *rata-tat-tat-tat-tat...*
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> What happened? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   I'm sorry, but what in the
>   world just happened?
>
> Oldbag:
>   I don't have all the details,
>
> Oldbag:
>   but, it looks like another one
>   of those "incidents" happened
>   again.
>
> Powers:
>   A-An "incident"?
>   Like a "murder" kind of
>   "incident"?
>
> Oldbag:
>   Maybe. You see, I'm a bit of a
>   devilish woman.
>
> Oldbag:
>   So wherever I go, a rain of
>   blood will come pouring down.
>   Bet you didn't know that!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um, then shouldn't you quit
>   being a security guard, at
>   least for other people's sake?
>
> Oldbag:
>   Silence, whippersnapper!
>
> Ray Gun:
>   *rata-tat-tat-tat-tat...*
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

MOVE TO: "Hallway"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 20
Gatewater Hotel
Hallway

  I. TOLD. YOU.

  I get people the info they
  want! Which means that I've
  got a right to know!

  Nope! Don't care who you are,
  pal, we're still investigating
  so you can't go in!

  What's yer problem!?

  Just ya wait!
  It'll be all over the morning
  paper!

  "Scruffy Detective's Secret
  Scandal Revealed!"
  You'll see! I'll git ya back!

Pearl:
  Those two sound pretty
  serious...

Phoenix:
  (That southern accent can
  only mean...)

  Hey, Wright!

Phoenix:
  H-Hey... Lotta...

Lotta:
  Come on, do a gal a favor and
  tell this cop I'm just doin'
  my job and I've got rights...

Gumshoe:
  Ah, YOU!

Phoenix:
  Ah... Detective Gumshoe...

Gumshoe:
  Hey pal, help a guy out!
  Tell her that only the police
  are allowed here!

Gumshoe:
  This is the scene of a murder,
  so she should leave this to
  us pros...

Pearl:
  A...
  A murder!?

Gumshoe:
  Aw, shoot!
  Me and my big mouth!

Lotta:
  See! I knew it!
  My gut instinct told me so!

Lotta:
  I always trust my gut!
  A murder, it said! And that's
  what it is! A genuine murder!

Gumshoe:
  H-Hey, wait...

  Yeehaw, a murder!
  Of a big star, no less!

Gumshoe:
  Oh, man...
  I'm in trouble now...

--------------------------------------------

TALK (TO GUMSHOE)
-----------------

>>> What happened >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So... Detective Gumshoe...
>   A murder...?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Ah, no, that's not it.
>   I got my facts mixed up for a
>   second there, pal.
>
> Pearl:
>   U-Um... Mr. Nick?
>
> Pearl:
>   Is the dead person the Nickel
>   Samurai...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Huh?
>   Why do you ask?
>
> Pearl:
>   Well, Mystic Maya was rooting
>   for him, so...
>
> Gumshoe:
>   It wasn't the Nickel Samurai
>   that got bumped.
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Actually, the Nickel Samurai
>   is the one under suspicion of
>   doing the bumping off...
>
> Phoenix:
>   What?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   The guy that died was this
>   hero named the Jammin' Ninja,
>   pal.
>
> Phoenix:
>   The Jammin' Ninja...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Lotta Hart >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Pearl:
>   Um, that woman with the big
>   puffy hair that looks like
>   cotton candy...
>
> Phoenix:
>   You mean Lotta?
>
> Pearl:
>   That woman... She was there
>   that time too, right?
>
> Phoenix:
>   That time?
>
> Pearl:
>   ...When Mystic Maya did that
>   channeling...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Oh, that time...
>   Well, Lotta's a journalist, so
>   that's why she was there.
>
> Pearl:
>   Jer-nal-ist...
>
> Gumshoe:
>   It looks like she was hanging
>   around here before the
>   murder happened.
>
> Phoenix:
>   "Hanging around"...?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Yeah, hiding in wait in front
>   of the Jammin' Ninja's door,
>   pal.
>
> Phoenix:
>   B-But why would she...?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   She wouldn't tell me, pal.
>   Just said something about
>   "Gettin' my big scoop"...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Scoop? What sort of news
>   could she be after...?)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> The victim >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So the victim was the Jammin'
>   Ninja?
>
> Pearl:
>   Mr. Jammin' Ninja...?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   He was on a really popular
>   rival TV show to "The Nickel
>   Samurai".
>
> Pearl:
>   Oh...
>
> Gumshoe:
>   The victim was the action
>   star, Juan Corrida.
>
> Gumshoe:
>   He got a huge push and rode
>   the express train to stardom.
>   I mean, even I know who he is!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Yeah, even I recognize his
>   face...)
>
> Gumshoe:
>   But I heard lately that Matt
>   Engarde's been taking the wind
>   out of his sail.
>
> Gumshoe:
>   I'm telling you, pal, as far
>   as who's popular, those two
>   are hogging all the limelight.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (I guess there's no space for
>   Mr. Powers at all, huh...
>   Poor guy...)
>
> Pearl:
>   Mr. Engarde... Um... That's
>   the Nickel Samurai, right...?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Yup. I mean, no! You've got
>   to say it with more umph!
>   "The Nickel Samurai!"
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...Anyway, so now that Juan
>   Corrida's gone,
>
> Phoenix:
>   that means Mr. Engarde has
>   the whole stage to himself,
>   wouldn't you say?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   I wouldn't bet on it, pal.
>   We can't have that happen,
>   you know?
>
> Phoenix:
>   "Can't have that happen"?
>   (What's that supposed to mean,
>   I wonder...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Arrested? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Wh-Why was Mr. Engarde
>   arrested?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Sorry, pal, but that's not
>   something I can tell you.
>
> Gumshoe:
>   We just started the
>   investigation, so we don't
>   want any leaks.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Looks like yet another
>   "Steel Samurai" hero is in hot
>   water...)
>
> Pearl:
>   Um... Mr. Nick...
>   If Mystic Maya knew about
>   this...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Yeah, I know. She'd make me
>   take this case...
>   I know...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO GUMSHOE)
--------------------

*** Maya Fey profile ***********************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I was really shocked by what
*   happened to her in that one
*   case.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I didn't know she had such an
*   awesome power!
*
* Pearl:
*   Awesome power...?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I thought maybe I should do
*   some self-improvement and
*   take up a hobby.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   So I went out and bought some
*   Morning Glory seeds and
*   planted them, pal.
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...That's a good way to
*   improve yourself.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Ho ho ho.
*   Well, it's nothing really...
*
********************************************

*** Lotta Hart profile *********************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   That girl is number three on
*   my "People I've Seen A Lot Of
*   Lately" list.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Oh?
*   Then who's number one...?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   As if you need to ask.
*   It's YOU, pal!
*
* Phoenix:
*   A-Ah...
*   So who's number two?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Maya Fey.
*   ...But it looks like she's not
*   around this time.
*
* Pearl:
*   It must be nice to be such
*   good friends with each other,
*   isn't it Mr. Nick?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Somehow, I don't think that's
*   the real meaning of Detective
*   Gumshoe's list...)
*
********************************************

*** Dick Gumshoe profile *******************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I look good!
*   I think I've lost some weight,
*   pal!
*
* Phoenix:
*   It's only wishful thinking.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Wishful thinking, huh?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   ...
*
* Gumshoe:
*   In that case, I wishfully
*   think I've lost some weight!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I wishfully think he might
*   face the facts one day...)
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Lately, I've been on the
*   instant noodles only diet,
*   pal!
*
********************************************

*** Juan Corrida profile *******************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I'm not a real fan of action
*   shows or anything...
*
* Gumshoe:
*   But I know who Juan Corrida
*   and Matt Engarde are.
*
* Phoenix:
*   You can't talk about one
*   without talking about the
*   other, I guess.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   They even debuted around the
*   same time.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   So they have this real fiery
*   rivalry with each other.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Kinda like you and me, pal!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I never knew he thought of
*   me as a rival...)
*
********************************************

*** Matt Engarde profile *******************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   The Nickel Samurai!
*   He really took the Grand Prix
*   tonight!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Maya's a big fan of his.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Really?
*   ...Oh, I'm sorry then.
*
* Pearl:
*   Why are you sorry?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Matt Engarde was just
*   arrested, pal.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   ...On suspicion of murdering
*   Juan Corrida.
*
* Pearl:
*   What!?
*
********************************************

*** Any other evidence *********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Would you take a look at
*   this for me?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Listen, pal...
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I'm not leaking any info about
*   the evidence to you this time.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   If I do, my salary's really
*   gonna get it...
*
* Gumshoe:
*   And then I won't even be able
*   to get those instant noodles
*   down at the discount market!
*
********************************************

*** Any other profile **********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Do you know this person?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   You meet a lot of people as
*   a detective, pal.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   So we make extra sure to not
*   forget people because that's
*   our job.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   ...Now, having said that, I
*   don't remember ever seeing
*   this person before.
*
* Pearl:
*   Which means that you're kind
*   of forgetful, aren't you
*   Mr. Detective?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   That's not what it means...
*   Not exactly anyway...
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Hotel Lobby"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 20
Gatewater Hotel
Hotel Lobby

Powers:
  Hey!
  So what's going on,
  Mr. Wright?

Phoenix:
  It looks like Juan Corrida
  has been killed.

Powers:
  Wh-Wh-What!?
  Juan is... He's...!?

Phoenix:
  It looks like he was
  murdered... And a suspect
  was arrested.

Phoenix:
  That suspect is Mr. Matt
  Engarde.

Powers:
  Y-You're joking, right!?

Phoenix:
  Nope. They arrested the Nickel
  Samurai on suspicion of
  murdering the Jammin' Ninja.

Powers:
  Ooogh... Not again...
  I feel sick.

Pearl:
  "Again"...?

Phoenix:
  ...About a year ago, something
  just like this happened,
  Pearls.

Powers:
  I still can't believe...
  No way...
  No way Matt would...

Phoenix:
  (...?
  What's Mr. Powers got in his
  hand...?)

Powers:
  ...Oh, before I forget...
  This...
  This is for you, Mr. Wright.

Powers:
  I got this from the bellboy
  that came by earlier.

*Radio Transceiver received
from Mr. Powers.*

Phoenix:
  ...For me...?
  But why?

Powers:
  I don't know. All he said was
  it was for Mr. Phoenix Wright,
  the attorney.

--------------------------------------------

TALK (TO POWERS)
----------------

>>> Matt and Juan >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Powers:
>   Matt is the most energetic
>   and active actor out there
>   right now.
>
> Powers:
>   The Nickel Samurai really
>   sealed his place as a pop
>   idol, but...
>
> Powers:
>   he kept adding fuel to the
>   fire of his rivalry with Juan
>   anyway.
>
> Pearl:
>   Mr. Juan...
>   He's the Jammin' Ninja, right?
>
> Powers:
>   Those two would butt heads
>   over everything they could
>   think of.
>
> Powers:
>   But I'd say that Matt was the
>   one who almost always came
>   out on top.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (I guess some people only know
>   how to relate to others by
>   butting heads like a ram...)
>
> Powers:
>   Juan said that he'd take Matt
>   on this time too, so he joined
>   a rival TV show.
>
> Pearl:
>   And that was "The Jammin'
>   Ninja"...?
>
> Powers:
>   The stylish Nickel Samurai
>   and the burning Jammin'
>   Ninja...
>
> Powers:
>   Well, things turned messy real
>   fast with those two using
>   their shows for their "war".
>
> Powers:
>   And the final tally...
>   Look around... It's pretty
>   obvious how things ended up.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Matt even won the Grand Prix
>   this year... The final win
>   over his rival, I guess...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Press conference >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Mr. Engarde was going to hold
>   a press conference, wasn't
>   he?
>
> Powers:
>   That's what I heard.
>
> Powers:
>   Though if you wanted to get
>   technical about it, it was the
>   Nickel Samurai's conference.
>
> Phoenix:
>   The Nickel Samurai's...?
>
> Powers:
>   Yeah. He was supposed to wear
>   his costume and give the press
>   conference that way.
>
> Phoenix:
>   So he was supposed to be in-
>   costume...?
>   But why?
>
> Powers:
>   I'm not sure... They don't
>   keep me in the loop anymore.
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO POWERS)
-------------------

*** Radio Transceiver **********************
*
* Powers:
*   It was almost right after you
*   guys left.
*
* Powers:
*   An old man who's a bellboy at
*   this hotel showed up.
*
* Phoenix:
*   And that's when he told you to
*   give this to me...?
*
* Powers:
*   Yeah...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Why... Why give me this
*   transceiver...?)
*
********************************************

*** Maya Fey profile ***********************
*
* Powers:
*   Hey, where did Maya go off to?
*
* Phoenix:
*   She got a phone call.
*
* Powers:
*   Oh yeah, that's right.
*   She was heading for the front
*   desk just now.
*
* Powers:
*   She sure stands out in a
*   crowd, doesn't she?
*
********************************************

*** Will Powers profile ********************
*
* Powers:
*   Hey, is my face really all
*   that scary?
*
* Powers:
*   Kids won't come anywhere
*   near me...
*
* Powers:
*   But when I cover my face, then
*   they're all shocked because
*   they figure out who I am...
*
* Pearl:
*   I think your face makes you
*   look like a very kind person!
*
* Powers:
*   ...!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Aww... Mr. Powers is getting
*   teary eyed.)
*
********************************************

*** Juan Corrida profile *******************
*
* Powers:
*   He debuted around the same
*   time as Matt in everything,
*   you know.
*
* Pearl:
*   Really?
*
* Powers:
*   Yeah, it started out small...
*   First it was singing contests,
*   then swimming competitions...
*
* Powers:
*   Then it was bowling
*   tournaments, and then it was
*   who could throw the best
*
* Powers:
*   New Year's parties...
*   Juan was always trying to
*   one-up Matt.
*
* Powers:
*   But lately, those two were
*   escalating to more and more
*   dangerous things...
*
* Powers:
*   I thought that no good
*   would come of it all, so I
*   began to worry.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Too bad Juan's story ended
*   so soon...)
*
********************************************

*** Matt Engarde profile *******************
*
* Powers:
*   Matt's younger than me,
*
* Powers:
*   but you can practically
*   see his star potential.
*
* Pearl:
*   His star po-ten-shial...?
*
* Powers:
*   I got his autograph the other
*   day.
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...Feels kind of wrong now,
*   doesn't it?
*
* Powers:
*   I don't care what people say!
*   Matt didn't kill Juan!
*   I know he didn't!
*
********************************************

*** Any other profile **********************
*
* Powers:
*   Umm...
*   I'm honored you're asking me,
*
* Powers:
*   But I have no idea who this
*   person is.
*   Umm... Sorry...
*
* Phoenix:
*   Ah, it's OK. You don't have to
*   apologize so much.
*
* Powers:
*   S-Sorry.
*
********************************************

--------------------------------------------

*AFTER TALKING TO POWERS*

Pearl:
  Um... I was just wondering...
  Where's Mystic Maya?
  She's been gone a long time.

Phoenix:
  (Now that she mentions it, she
  was only going to answer a
  phone call...)

Pearl:
  Maybe she got lost.

Pearl:
  I'll take a quick look around
  for her.

...*beep beep beep*...

Phoenix:
  Ack!

Pearl:
  Wh-What is it, Mr. Nick!?

Phoenix:
  Huh?
  I... I'm not sure...

Phoenix:
  (Did this transceiver
  just...?)

...*beep*...

Phoenix:
  Y-Yes, hello?
  Wright here...

? ? ?:
  Is this Mr. Phoenix Wright,
  the attorney?

Phoenix:
  And you are...!?

? ? ?:
  You don't need to know who
  I am.

? ? ?:
  I think you have other things
  to be concerning yourself
  with... Such as...

Maya:
  Heeelp!
  Niiiiick!

Pearl:
  M-Mystic Maya!

Phoenix:
  Maya...?

? ? ?:
  So, Mr. Wright. Wouldn't you
  agree that the more important
  issue is the fate of the girl?

Phoenix:
  (Her fate? Does he mean
  what I think he means...?)

Phoenix:
  Maya!
  Where are you!?
  Are you hurt!?

? ? ?:
  Come now.
  Don't fall apart on me yet.

Phoenix:
  (Th-This... No!
  This can't be!)

? ? ?:
  Now that I have your
  attention, Mr. Attorney,

? ? ?:
  I have a modest proposal for
  you.

? ? ?:
  If you do what I require, then
  I will return to you your
  valuable "item" unharmed.

? ? ?:
  ...What is this called again
  in your fancy lawyer terms?

Phoenix:
  ..."Kidnapping for ransom"...

? ? ?:
  Yes, that's it.

? ? ?:
  This is a kidnapping.

Pearl:
  Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!
  Mystic Maya!
  Mystic Mayaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!

Phoenix:
  (M-My sight... Everything's
  fading away...)

Phoenix:
  (Maya... Maya...
  Maya's been kidnapped!)

? ? ?:
  You there?
  Mr. Wright, are you there?

Phoenix:
  H-How much!?
  How much do you want!?

? ? ?:
  Very good, Mr. Attorney.
  I'm glad you have such a good
  grasp of the situation.

Phoenix:
  Hurry up and state your
  condition! And then return
  Maya --

? ? ?:
  Money is not what I seek.

Phoenix:
  ...What?

? ? ?:
  What I want is a certain
  verdict. I would like a
  complete acquittal.

Phoenix:
  Complete acquittal!?
  Wh-What in the world have
  you done to need...!?

? ? ?:
  I am not the person you will
  be representing.

Phoenix:
  What...?

? ? ?:
  You are currently at the
  Gatewater Hotel, are you not?

? ? ?:
  And I know that a murder has
  just taken place there.

Phoenix:
  Juan Corrida was killed, and
  the suspect is Matt Engarde...

? ? ?:
  You are, as expected, quite on
  top of things, Mr. Attorney.

? ? ?:
  Now then.
  What I want is very simple.

? ? ?:
  I want you to obtain a
  complete acquittal for Matt
  Engarde.

Phoenix:
  M-Matt Engarde?
  But why?

? ? ?:
  He did not kill anyone.
  I can attest to that.
  However...

Phoenix:
  H-However!?
  However what!?

? ? ?:
  However, someone is framing
  him for the murder.

? ? ?:
  A very smart someone who is
  setting him up to take the
  fall...

Phoenix:
  ...

Phoenix:
  (If I agree and do what he
  wants, can I believe he'll
  keep his end of the bargain!?)

? ? ?:
  You are, of course, at
  liberty to believe me or
  not.

? ? ?:
  However, there is one thing
  you can take as fact.

? ? ?:
  Right now, your very precious
  "item" is with me, in my
  possession.

Maya:
  Mmngnhhh... Heeelp!...
  Nngmph... NIIIICK!

Phoenix:
  Maya!

? ? ?:
  You have two days.

? ? ?:
  Of course, tonight, he will be
  in questioning with the
  police.

? ? ?:
  But the trial is in two days.

? ? ?:
  At that trial, you will win a
  not guilty verdict.

? ? ?:
  Remember, you only have
  one chance.
  One chance, Mr. Wright.

Phoenix:
  O-One...!?
  Y-You expect me to get a not
  guilty in one trial day!?

? ? ?:
  Yes, exactly. I don't believe
  I was wrong in choosing you,
  so don't let me down.

Phoenix:
  Aagh!

? ? ?:
  Oh, yes, that's right.
  Now that I am playing the role
  of the kidnapper,

? ? ?:
  I can't pass up this chance to
  say,

? ? ?:
  "And don't even think about
  callin' the cops!" ...Hmm, not
  great, but you get the idea.

Phoenix:
  D-Dammit!
  Who...

Phoenix:
  Who the hell are you!?

? ? ?:
  Alright, I'll tell you that
  much.

? ? ?:
  My name is...

? ? ?:
  ...De Killer.

...*beep*...

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  ...

Pearl:
  M-Mr. Nick!
  Wh-Where is Mystic Maya!?

Phoenix:
  ...She's been kidnapped.

Pearl:
  N-No...
  ...
  It's all my fault!

Pearl:
  If only I had gone with Mystic
  Maya...!

Phoenix:
  It's not your fault, Pearls.

Pearl:
  But it is! It is!
  Mystic Mayaaaaaaaaaa!
  Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!

Powers:
  Mr. Wright... I think we...
  I think we should tell the
  police what it's going on...!

Phoenix:
  (No! We can't do that!
  If we do, who knows what
  will happen to Maya...)

Pearl:
  Mr. Nick!
  What about the detective
  we saw earlier...?

Phoenix:
  (...Detective Gumshoe!)

Phoenix:
  Yes, that's it!
  Wait here, and I'll be right
  back!

Powers:
  Alright! I'll take care of
  Pearl while you're away!

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Gumshoe:
  WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT!?
  RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANSOM!?

Phoenix:
  Shhh!
  Not so loud!

Phoenix:
  ...The ransom is complete
  acquittal for Matt Engarde.

Gumshoe:
  Wait, the deal is "complete
  acquittal" in exchange for
  Maya, you mean...?

Gumshoe:
  Then this means Matt Engarde
  is obviously the killer, pal!
  No doubt about it!

Phoenix:
  But the guy said that
  Mr. Engarde is innocent...

Gumshoe:
  You really believe what a
  KIDNAPPER tells you, pal!?

Phoenix:
  (I guess he has a point... If
  Engarde is really innocent,
  then why the kidnapping?)

Gumshoe:
  And on top of everything else,
  there's all this evidence we
  keep finding.

Phoenix:
  Huh?

Gumshoe:
  The guys with the eagle eyes
  are really lapping it up like
  they just caught a huge fish.

Phoenix:
  Umm...

Gumshoe:
  But it's strange. There's so
  much evidence that it feels
  like something's wrong.

Phoenix:
  There's too much evidence?
  Is that possible?

Phoenix:
  (Actually, didn't the
  kidnapper say something about
  Engarde being "set-up"...?)

Gumshoe:
  Anyway, looks like you won't
  be leaving here tonight, pal.

Gumshoe:
  Just sit tight and cooperate
  with the investigation.
  Tomorrow you can start yours.

Phoenix:
  ...A-Alright...
  (Isn't there another way...?)

Gumshoe:
  We've also got to be careful
  about pushing the kidnapper
  the wrong way.

Phoenix:
  You're right...

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Date: ???  Time: ???
Location: ???

Maya:
  Nnngh...
  Oww, my head...

Maya:
  (Wh-Where... Where am I!?
  I wonder if I'm still in that
  hotel...)

Maya:
  (Wh-What happened to me...?)

Maya:
  Nick...
  Pearly!

Maya:
  ...

Maya:
  (Come on, you guys.
  This isn't funny anymore...)

...*ka-click*...

? ? ?:
  I see you have awoken.

Maya:
  Aaaaaaaaaaaaaah!
  Wh-Wh-Wh-Who are you!?

? ? ?:
  Me?
  ...I am known as "De Killer".

Maya:
  "D-De Killer"!? You mean
  like an "ASSASSIN"!?
  (I... I'm too young to die!)

? ? ?:
  Don't worry.

? ? ?:
  You are not my target.
  ...For now anyway.

Maya:
  A-Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!
  Nick! Nick!
  Where are you!?

Maya:
  ...Help me...

? ? ?:
  Yes, that's right. Only one
  person can save you now, and
  that is Mr. Phoenix Wright.

Maya:
  ...Huh? Wh-What?
  Nick... Nick's going to save
  me...?

? ? ?:
  Calm down and be a good
  girl. Think of this as a
  business transaction.

Maya:
  A... A business transaction?

? ? ?:
  I am going to contact him now.

? ? ?:
  I hope you'll cooperate and
  play your assigned role well.

Maya:
  ...Nick...

Maya:
  What's going to happen to me?
  Nick...
  Pearls...

Maya:
  ...Sis...

--------------------------------------------

? ? ?:
  ...

? ? ?:
  Is this Mr. Phoenix Wright,
  the attorney?

? ? ?:
  ...

? ? ?:
  You don't need to know who
  I am.

? ? ?:
  I think you have other things
  to be concerning yourself
  with... Such as...

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 21, 8:11 AM
Wright & Co. Law Offices

Pearl:
  Good morning!

Phoenix:
  Ah, morning Pearls.

Pearl:
  Mr. Nick! Mr. Nick! Come on!
  Let's hurry and go see
  Mr. Engarde!

Phoenix:
  We have to wait a bit, Pearls.
  Visiting hours don't start
  until 9 AM, so...

Pearl:
  Oh, I see.

Pearl:
  Ah, Mystic Maya!
  If only... If only I went
  with you that time...

Phoenix:
  (Poor Pearls... She's been
  like this since last night...)

Phoenix:
  (We managed to get home
  somehow, yesterday evening...)

Phoenix:
  (Thanks to Detective Gumshoe
  gently holding her by the hand
  and leading her here...)

Phoenix:
  (But by the looks of it, I
  don't think Pearls got any
  sleep at all last night.)

Pearl:
  Mr. Nick!
  Mystic Maya... She's alright,
  right!?

Phoenix:
  Yeah, she's alright.
  Either way, I'm going to save
  her. You can trust me on that.

Pearl:
  Please...
  Please... Help her...

Phoenix:
  (I'm only able to stay this
  calm and collected...)

Phoenix:
  (Because Pearls is doing the
  crying for the both of us...)

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Anywhere +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   ...No matter where I look in
+   this familiar space I call my
+   office...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   No, I can't let my mind wander
+   now!
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I don't have the time!
+   I've got to get going on this
+   case!
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO PEARL)
---------------

>>> What to do >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Pearl:
>   Um... I have a thought...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Huh?
>
> Pearl:
>   You're going to represent
>   Mr. Engarde... aren't you?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Yeah.
>   I don't really seem to have
>   a choice.
>
> Pearl:
>   Um, but what if...
>   What if he...
>   ...is the real murderer?
>
> Pearl:
>   What would you do then,
>   Mr. Nick...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...
>
> Pearl:
>   Would you fight to get a not
>   guilty for a murderer to save
>   Mystic Maya...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Pearls...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Let's talk to Mr. Engarde
>   first, OK?
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...We can think all the bad
>   things we want, but it doesn't
>   change a thing.
>
> Pearl:
>   Y-Yeah, you're right...
>
> Pearl:
>   I'm sorry.
>   I... I can't stop thinking
>   about it...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Maya's situation >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Pearls... You're really
>   worried about Maya, aren't
>   you?
>
> Pearl:
>   I... I don't have anyone else
>   left in this world.
>
> Phoenix:
>   What do you mean...?
>
> Pearl:
>   My family's all gone...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (...Her family...)
>
> Pearl:
>   My father...
>
> Pearl:
>   He left my mother and the
>   village behind and went away.
>
> Phoenix:
>   I'm sorry...
>
> Pearl:
>   And... my mother...
>
> Pearl:
>   She did that thing...
>   all for me...
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...
>
> Pearl:
>   Mystic Maya...
>   She's like a sister to me...
>
> Pearl:
>   ...
>
> Pearl:
>   She is all I have left in this
>   world...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO PEARL)
------------------

*** Anything *******************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Pearls...?
*
* Pearl:
*   ...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (She looks out of it...
*   Maybe I should leave her
*   alone...)
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Detention Center"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 21, 8:57 AM
Detention Center
Visitor's Room

Phoenix:
  (We couldn't wait for visiting
  hours to start, so Pearls and
  I came down here early...)

Phoenix:
  (To visit one Nickel Samurai,
  charged with the murder of
  the Jammin' Ninja...)

Engarde:
  ...

Phoenix:
  G-Good morning.
  How are you today?

Engarde:
  ...

Phoenix:
  I know this situation might
  be a little tough for you...

Engarde:
  ...

Phoenix:
  Um... We're...

Engarde:
  Oh, sorry dude...

Phoenix:
  ...?

Engarde:
  I already signed up...

Phoenix:
  E-Excuse me...?

Engarde:
  I already have life insurance.
  I signed up a long time ago
  cause my job is, you know...

Phoenix:
  ...

Phoenix:
  Oh! No no no...
  We're not insurance
  salespeople!

Engarde:
  Really...?

Engarde:
  Dude, I really don't need that
  right now either.

Phoenix:
  ...?

Engarde:
  Fire extinguishers. I mean,
  this building isn't my house,
  so...

Phoenix:
  ...

Phoenix:
  No no no...
  We're not here to sell you
  fire extinguishers either!

Phoenix:
  I'm a lawyer.
  My name is Phoenix Wright.

Engarde:
  A lawyer...?

Engarde:
  ...

Engarde:
  Hold on a sec.
  I'm gonna ask my manager, OK?

Engarde:
  ...
  ...

Pearl:
  The Nickel Samurai sure is
  a strange person, isn't he?

Phoenix:
  (I think "strange" is
  an understatement.)

Engarde:
  Sorry about that.

Engarde:
  You're just in time.

Phoenix:
  Huh!?

Engarde:
  You're a lawyer dude, right?

Engarde:
  My manager's looking for a
  good one right now, so how
  about it?

Pearl:
  M-Mr. Nick!
  This is our chance!

Phoenix:
  (I have to make him let me
  take his case! I have to!)

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Surveillance camera ++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Smile, you're on candid
+   camera.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Mr. Engarde keeps sneaking
+   glances up at the security
+   camera on the wall...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I wonder if he is still trying
+   to be a star?
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Guard ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   This guard monitors the
+   visitor's room.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   He's so quiet, you could
+   forget he was even there... If
+   he wasn't watching everything.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   He's pushed up against the
+   wall... Kinda like a magnet on
+   a refrigerator.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO ENGARDE)
-----------------

>>> Matt Engarde >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Sorry to intrude, but I would
>   like to ask you a few personal
>   questions.
>
> Engarde:
>   Um, that's OK, but dude, my
>   autobiography's coming out
>   soon, so...
>
> Engarde:
>   If I say stuff without the
>   publisher's approval, then I'm
>   gonna be in real hot water...
>
> Engarde:
>   Hold on a sec.
>   I'm gonna ask my publisher,
>   OK?
>
> Engarde:
>   ...
>   ...
>
> Pearl:
>   Mr. Engarde is so lucky!
>   He has so many people he can
>   talk to.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Umm... I don't know if he
>   actually has anyone he can
>   really talk to...)
>
> Engarde:
>   Sorry about that.
>
> Engarde:
>   Like I thought, the publisher
>   said it'd be "real bad" if I
>   said anything, dude.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Does he have a mind of his
>   own!?)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> What happened >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Mr. Engarde, I would like to
>   ask you about the murder...
>
> Engarde:
>   Oh, are you covering this for
>   a tabloid as a side job, dude?
>
> Engarde:
>   Um, um... Well, if you want my
>   statement on this, you should
>   ask through my staff...
>
> Phoenix:
>   No no no... I'm not asking on
>   behalf of a tabloid...
>
> Engarde:
>   Hold on a sec.
>   I'm gonna ask the president
>   of the studio, OK?
>
> Engarde:
>   ...
>   ...
>
> Pearl:
>   Is he alright, Mr. Nick...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   (If we're talking about
>   Mr. Engarde's brain here, I
>   wouldn't put my money on it.)
>
> Engarde:
>   Sorry about that.
>
> Engarde:
>   The studio president said,
>
> Engarde:
>   "Even Neo Mt. Fuji itself
>   knows that I'm not the
>   murderer!"
>
> Pearl:
>   Um, Mr. Nick? What's "Neo
>   Mt. Fuji"...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   It's a mountain in the city of
>   Neo Olde Tokyo; the city the
>   Nickel Samurai protects.
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO ENGARDE)
--------------------

*** Attorney's Badge ***********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Mr. Engarde, this is an
*   attorney's badge.
*
* Engarde:
*   Dude, I'm sorry, but I don't
*   have the free time to be
*   looking at things like that.
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...Huh?
*
* Engarde:
*   I'm much too busy with Nickel
*   Samurai stuff right now.
*
* Engarde:
*   I don't have the time to take
*   a lawyer's correspondence
*   course...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Why does he believe I'm a
*   salesman!? Insurance, then
*   extinguishers... Now this!!)
*
********************************************

*** Press Conference Ticket ****************
*
* Engarde:
*   ...?
*   What's that?
*
* Phoenix:
*   It's a ticket for the press
*   conference.
*
* Phoenix:
*   You were going to give one
*   after winning the Grand Prix,
*   right?
*
* Engarde:
*   Huh?
*   Me?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Yes. While you were in-costume
*   no less.
*
* Engarde:
*   Um, I never heard anything
*   like that, dude. I only heard
*   about the stage show.
*
* Engarde:
*   I always leave that kind of
*   stuff to my manager.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (He didn't know...?
*   That's odd...)
*
********************************************

*** Radio Transceiver **********************
*
* Pearl:
*   ...Mr. Nick?
*   What are you going to do with
*   that?
*
* Phoenix:
*   I don't know yet, but I
*   figured I could at least show
*   it to him...
*
* Engarde:
*   Is that a transceiver?
*   Hey, it looks like a real nice
*   one too.
*
* Phoenix:
*   I got it as a "present" from
*   someone.
*
* Engarde:
*   Hmm? Interesting.
*
* Phoenix:
*   I've also been instructed to
*   take your case.
*
* Engarde:
*   Is that what you heard from
*   the transceiver?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Yes.
*
* Engarde:
*   Dude, that's terrible! Don't
*   let some disembodied voice
*   boss you around!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (This coming from a man
*   with a cell phone on his
*   wrist...)
*
********************************************

*** Will Powers profile ********************
*
* Engarde:
*   I've seen him somewhere
*   before... Is he a member of my
*   fan club?
*
* Phoenix:
*   That's Mr. Powers.
*   Isn't he supposed to be kind
*   of like a mentor to you?
*
* Engarde:
*   Powers...?
*   Oh yeah! He's the guy on that
*   kid's exercise program.
*
* Engarde:
*   I gave him an autograph just
*   the other day.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (He doesn't see Mr. Powers
*   as a mentor at all...)
*
********************************************

*** Juan Corrida profile *******************
*
* Engarde:
*   Man, it's too bad he's dead...
*
* Phoenix:
*   You killed him...
*   That's the most logical
*   conclusion, don't you agree?
*
* Engarde:
*   Dude, what are you talking
*   about!?
*   You're making a huge mistake.
*
* Phoenix:
*   If that's such a mistake, then
*   why did they issue an arrest
*   warrant for you!?
*
* Engarde:
*   Hold on a sec.
*   I'm gonna ask the guy in
*   charge of this place, OK?
*
* Engarde:
*   ...
*   ...
*
* Pearl:
*   Stars sure know a lot of
*   people, don't they?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I wonder if that phone even
*   really gets reception in
*   here...)
*
* Engarde:
*   ...Um, I guess you're right
*   about the warrant after all.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Ladies and gentlemen, I
*   believe we might be making
*   some progress here!)
*
********************************************

*** Matt Engarde profile *******************
*
* Engarde:
*   Yeah...
*   I'm such a handsome devil.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Uh... Um, yeah...
*
* Engarde:
*   And I'm way good at sports!
*   Karate, tennis, judo, soccer,
*   football, hockey, fencing...
*
* Engarde:
*   Dude, it's no wonder I'm so
*   popular.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Uh... Um, yeah...
*   (You're also good at sitting
*   in a jail cell, Mr. Popular.)
*
********************************************

*** Any other evidence *********************
*
* Engarde:
*   Dude, I know I like to throw
*   money around,
*
* Engarde:
*   but it's not like I buy
*   anything and everything.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (That's nice, because it's not
*   up for sale anyway!)
*
********************************************

*** Any other profile **********************
*
* Engarde:
*   Um, dude, this person looks
*   like a member of my fan club.
*
* Engarde:
*   Hold on a sec.
*   I'm gonna ask the fan club
*   president, OK?
*
* Engarde:
*   ...
*   ...
*
* Phoenix:
*   Um, "dude", you know what...?
*   Forget I asked...
*
********************************************

--------------------------------------------

*AFTER TALKING TO ENGARDE AND PRESENTING PRESS
 CONFERENCE TICKET AND RADIO TRANSCEIVER*

Engarde:
  ...

Engarde:
  ...Well, dude, I think it's
  about time for me to get
  going.

Phoenix:
  Please, wait!
  ...I really need to take your
  case!

Engarde:
  There's always other people in
  need of a lawyer, right? Want
  me to introduce you to a few?

Pearl:
  Please!
  Please let Mr. Nick represent
  you!

Engarde:
  Man, oh man. Lawyers these
  days. Now you dudes use kids
  to pull in clients too?

Phoenix:
  If you don't take me as your
  lawyer, then De Killer is
  going to...!

Engarde:
  ...

Engarde:
  Wait... What did you just say?

Phoenix:
  "De Killer"...

Engarde:
  D-De Killer!?

Phoenix:
  (...What's he doing?
  He looks like he's mulling
  something over...)

Engarde:
  ...

Engarde:
  Alright, dude.
  I accept your terms.

Phoenix:
  Huh?

Engarde:
  I'll let you represent me in
  court.

Pearl:
  W-We did it!
  We did it, Mr. Nick!

Phoenix:
  Uh, yeah...

Phoenix:
  (I don't feel any better for
  it... And he doesn't look too
  happy either...)

Engarde:
  Go ahead, ask me anything.
  I'll help out as much as I
  can...

--------------------------------------------

TALK (TO ENGARDE)
-----------------

>>> Matt Engarde >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Engarde:
>   Man, I thank my lucky stars
>   that people know my name.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Well, you're quite the hero,
>   and you're in the national
>   spotlight.
>
> Pearl:
>   I didn't know who he is...
>   Does that mean I'm not a good
>   citizen...?
>
> Engarde:
>   Ah, it's really great to be
>   the Nickel Samurai.
>
> Engarde:
>   Dude, lately, I just keep on
>   getting more and more popular.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (True enough...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   ("The Nickel Samurai" is very
>   popular among high schoolers
>   and secretaries right now.)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (I guess Mr. Engarde has a
>   way of catching the eyes of
>   women...)
>
> Engarde:
>   Do you know my motto?
>
> Engarde:
>   "Refreshing like a spring
>   breeze."
>   That's what I am.
>
> Pearl:
>   A spring breeze...
>
> Engarde:
>   That's why this kind of
>   scandal is disastrous, dude.
>
> Engarde:
>   I mean, even if I get out of
>   here tomorrow, it's still
>   gonna look bad.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Everyone loves a good
>   scandal...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> What happened >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Can you tell me about your
>   activities last night?
>
> Engarde:
>   After I got the award, I took
>   a break and went back to my
>   room.
>
> Engarde:
>   I had that post-ceremony
>   stage show to do.
>
> Engarde:
>   So I was in my Nickel Samurai
>   costume.
>
> Phoenix:
>   And you were alone the entire
>   time?
>
> Engarde:
>   My manager was running around
>   being busy, so yeah.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Because of the press
>   conference you were supposed
>   to have after the show?
>
> Engarde:
>   I told you, dude.
>   I have no idea about any
>   press conference, alright?
>
> Phoenix:
>   (That's strange... I thought
>   the Nickel Samurai was
>   going to confess something...)
>
> Engarde:
>   Anyway, when I was leaving my
>   room, that's when I noticed it
>   was kinda noisy...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Mr. Corrida was already dead
>   at that time...?
>
> Engarde:
>   Yeah, that's what I gathered
>   anyway from my manager.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (With the way he's always
>   talking about his manager,
>   it's as if she runs his life.)
>
> Engarde:
>   And that's when the detective
>   in the green coat showed up.
>
> Engarde:
>   He searched me... And then,
>   out of the blue, the dude
>   arrested me.
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> The victim >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   About you and the victim,
>   Mr. Juan Corrida, what sort
>   of...
>
> Engarde:
>   That's got nothing to do with
>   anything, dude.
>
> Engarde:
>   Man, with that face of his,
>   you can't even tell he's the
>   same age as me.
>
> Engarde:
>   And he wanted to try making a
>   "Jammin' Ninja" movie, even
>   though we all know it'd fail.
>
> Phoenix:
>   The Nickel Samurai still won
>   in the end, right?
>
> Engarde:
>   Yeah.
>   I took the Grand Prix by
>   storm.
>
> Engarde:
>   So why would I, the winner,
>   have any reason to kill the
>   guy anyway?
>
> Engarde:
>   Dude, you'd think it'd be the
>   other way around, you know?
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> The charge of murder >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um... Do you know why you
>   were arrested?
>
> Engarde:
>   I guess maybe my full body
>   search went badly.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Did they find something on
>   you?
>
> Engarde:
>   They found a button from the
>   Jammin' Ninja's costume.
>
> Phoenix:
>   A button...?
>
> Engarde:
>   I don't get it either. It was
>   caught in the pleats of my
>   samurai pants, or "hakama".
>
> Pearl:
>   Aaah!
>
> Engarde:
>   Dude, I really think someone
>   planted it there though.
>   I'm serious.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (I wonder if that's what
>   really happened...?)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

--------------------------------------------

*AFTER TALKING TO ENGARDE*

Phoenix:
  ...

Phoenix:
  (...I guess this is about all
  I'm going to get out of
  him...)

Pearl:
  Mr. Nick?

Phoenix:
  Yeah?

Pearl:
  Let's ask one last thing.

Pearl:
  Let's test Mr. Engarde to see
  if he really is innocent or
  not...

Phoenix:
  W-We can do that...?

Pearl:
  Yes.

Pearl:
  If you use this...

Phoenix:
  (Maya's Magatama!)

Pearl:
  He won't be able to hide any
  secrets from you, Mr. Nick.

Pearl:
  I'm sure of it.

Phoenix:
  (I get it...!)

Phoenix:
  ...Mr. Engarde, I'd like to
  ask you one more question.

Phoenix:
  Please answer me honestly.

Engarde:
  What is it, dude?

Phoenix:
  Did you kill Mr. Juan Corrida?

Engarde:
  ...

Phoenix:
  Please put the phone away and
  answer this question yourself.

Engarde:
  Alright.
  Just so we're clear, dude,

Engarde:
  I didn't kill anyone, and that
  includes Juan Corrida, OK?

Phoenix:
  ...

Pearl:
  Well, Mr. Nick?

Phoenix:
  Nothing.
  Not a chain or lock in sight.

Pearl:
  Which means...
  I think it is alright to trust
  him.

Phoenix:
  (Yeah, it does appear that
  way.)

Phoenix:
  (Well, at least I can breathe
  a sigh of relief knowing my
  client is innocent.)

Engarde:
  Um... The trial's tomorrow,
  right?

Engarde:
  I'm counting on you, dude.


                                             To be continued.
_______________________________________________________________________________
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                            Part 1-2: Investigation                      [0442]
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March 21, 11:34 AM
Wright & Co. Law Offices

Phoenix:
  Well, at least we were able to
  get Mr. Matt Engarde as our
  client.

Phoenix:
  And we know that he didn't
  do it...
  Which is very important...

Pearl:
  So!
  So now what should we do!?

Phoenix:
  Well, the trial is tomorrow.
  And we only get this one
  chance.

Phoenix:
  There's only one way to prove
  Mr. Engarde's innocence.

Phoenix:
  We have to find the real
  killer.

Pearl:
  OK!
  Then let's start looking!

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Window +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There is a giant building
+   just outside the window.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's the Gatewater Hotel, a
+   high-class, luxury hotel.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Actually, the crime happened
+   at the recently completed
+   hotel in the center of town,
+
+ Phoenix:
+   the Gatewater Imperial Hotel.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   ...Just how far are they going
+   to expand their empire...?
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Plant ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Pearl:
+   Oh! I'll water it!
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Ah, it's OK...
+   I already did that...
+
+ Pearl:
+   ...The watering can... Where
+   are you, Mr. Watering Can...?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (Pearls gets too wound up if
+   she's not doing something to
+   distract herself...)
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (I hope Charley can withstand
+   Typhoon Pearls...)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Poster +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Pearl:
+   This is the Nickel Samurai...
+   right?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Y-Yeah, that's right.
+
+ Pearl:
+   Mr. Nick!
+
+ Pearl:
+   Please take care of Mystic
+   Maya, and be her "Nickel
+   Samurai", alright!?
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Bookshelf ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Difficult-looking legal books
+   stand in a formidable row.
+   They mock me.
+
+ Pearl:
+   Oh! Do you need to look
+   something up in one of these
+   law books, Mr. Nick!?
+
+ Pearl:
+   Wh-Which book is it!?
+   Which book do you need!?
+
+ Pearl:
+   ...
+
+ Pearl:
+   Umm... I can't read those hard
+   books, and... um... I can't
+   reach them either...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I-It's OK, Pearls.
+   Really.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Desk +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   My desk.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Since I don't have time to
+   sit, it's unusually clean...
+
+ Pearl:
+   Oh! I cleaned it up some more
+   for you last night!
+
+ Pearl:
+   ...Because I couldn't sleep...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO PEARL)
---------------

>>> What to do >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Since there were no Psyche-
>   Locks,
>
> Phoenix:
>   then that means we can trust
>   Mr. Engarde to be innocent.
>
> Pearl:
>   I really feel much better
>   knowing that.
>
> Pearl:
>   Ever since last night, I was
>   so worried that I kept
>   wondering...
>
> Pearl:
>   "What if he is the real
>   killer...? What then...?"
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Any ideas >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Hey, I have something I want
>   to ask you, Pearls.
>
> Pearl:
>   OK, what is it?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Why are you so interested in
>   how Maya and I get along?
>
> Phoenix:
>   I mean, she and I don't have
>   anything special go--
>
> Pearl:
>   Huh!?
>   Wh-What do you mean!?
>
> Pearl:
>   B-But I thought...
>   I thought you and Mystic Maya
>   were...
>
> Pearl:
>   I-I've been mistaken all this
>   time!?
>   No way...!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Aaaah! She really wasn't
>   kidding! Pearls actually
>   believes Maya and I are...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (...Maybe I should've just
>   left it alone...)
>
> Pearl:
>   Mr. Nick! Stop it!
>   Don't hide your true
>   feelings from me!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Ow! She slapped me!!)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO PEARL)
------------------

*** Attorney's Badge ***********************
*
* Pearl:
*   That's a lawyer's Sacred
*   Treasure, isn't it?
*
* Phoenix:
*   I guess?
*
* Pearl:
*   I feel like it has a
*   mysterious power,
*   just like my Magatama...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Hmm, well, I guess I can let
*   her think what she wants on
*   this one...)
*
********************************************

*** Maya Fey profile ***********************
*
* Pearl:
*   Oh, Mystic Maya...
*   I wonder if you're alright...
*
* Phoenix:
*   I'm sure she's OK.
*   We have to be patient for
*   just one more day.
*
* Phoenix:
*   I'm sure we can save her.
*   Trust me.
*
* Pearl:
*   If there's anything I can do,
*   please tell me, OK!?
*
********************************************

*** Pearl Fey profile **********************
*
* Pearl:
*   To tell you the truth, I
*   really want to grow my hair
*   out, just like Mystic Maya.
*
* Pearl:
*   But my mother wouldn't let me.
*
* Phoenix:
*   I think your hair now suits
*   you perfectly.
*
* Pearl:
*   R-Really?
*   Th-Thank you!
*
* Pearl:
*   *fidget, fidget*
*
* Phoenix:
*   *fidget, fidget*
*
********************************************

*** Dick Gumshoe profile *******************
*
* Pearl:
*   I'm sure that Mr. Detective
*   would be our ally if we
*   asked!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Yeah, I think so too.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Looking back, we've known
*   each other for a while now...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (He's always been
*   trustworthy... A bit "off",
*   but still trustworthy.)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (What a paradox.)
*
********************************************

*** Will Powers profile ********************
*
* Pearl:
*   He's a really kind and nice
*   old man, isn't he?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Pearls is really perceptive
*   when it comes to people...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (But what does she mean by
*   "old man"...?)
*
* Phoenix:
*   Hey, Pearls?
*   What about me...?
*
* Pearl:
*   What about you, Mr. Nick?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (On second thought, I don't
*   think I want to hear this...)
*
********************************************

*** Anything else **************************
*
* Pearl:
*   Um, there are still so many
*   things in this world that I
*   don't understand yet.
*
* Pearl:
*   ...Honestly, I still don't
*   have enough training.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Ah, no, it's OK.
*   I don't have any ideas
*   myself...
*
* Pearl:
*   I'm sorry.
*   I'm really sorry!
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Detention Center"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 21
Detention Center
Visitor's Room

Engarde:
  Ah, the lawyer dude.
  So what did you find out?

Phoenix:
  Um, well... I'm still in the
  middle of investigating...

Engarde:
  I see.

Engarde:
  ...But I've already told you
  everything I know, dude.

--------------------------------------------

PRESENT (TO ENGARDE)
--------------------

*** Press Conference Ticket ****************
*
* Engarde:
*   Dude, like I told you, I don't
*   know anything about that
*   press conference.
*
* Engarde:
*   I leave that kind of stuff to
*   my manager.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (...This is harder than
*   pulling bass from a river...)
*
********************************************

*** Radio Transceiver **********************
*
* Engarde:
*   So, why are you carrying
*   around that transceiver...?
*
* Phoenix:
*   I wanted to ask you about it.
*
* Engarde:
*   And why do you do everything
*   it tells you to do?
*
* Engarde:
*   You know, the messages it
*   sends you, dude.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (On second thought, he
*   probably doesn't have anything
*   to do with Maya's kidnapping.)
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...That's a secret.
*
* Engarde:
*   OK, whatever, dude.
*
********************************************

*** Juan Corrida profile *******************
*
* Engarde:
*   Look, dude, I didn't kill him.
*
* Engarde:
*   I mean, the Nickel Samurai
*   kicked the Jammin' Ninja's
*   butt, right?
*
* Engarde:
*   So it's not like I felt
*   threatened by the likes of
*   him.
*
* Pearl:
*   Being rivals sounds like a sad
*   way to relate to another
*   person...
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Hotel Lobby"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 21
Gatewater Hotel
Hotel Lobby

Oldbag:
  Hey! What do you think you're
  doing!?
  You can't come in without...

Pearl:
  Good morning.

Oldbag:
  Hold on, it's YOU!
  What is going on around here!?

Phoenix:
  U-Uh...
  Um...

Oldbag:
  I heard poor Juan was killed.
  Is that true!?

Oldbag:
  It's a bad rerun is what this
  is. Another "Steel Samurai"
  doing the most evil of deeds.

Phoenix:
  Um, you know... That's not
  entirely...

Oldbag:
  I'll have you know that I was
  a huge fan of Juan's!

Oldbag:
  Why, oh why, do all the stars
  I'm interested in drop one by
  one like flies!?

Oldbag:
  It's always been that way!
  Ever since I was a little girl
  in elementary school!

Oldbag:
  The class hamster was fine
  until it was my turn to clean
  its cage, and then it died!

Oldbag:
  The other kids started calling
  me the "Queen Reaper". I swear
  that's what they dubbed me!

Oldbag:
  "Whoever you name in your
  evil spell dies within three
  minutes," they would taunt.

Phoenix:
  Um... Actually, I wanted to
  ask you about the murder and
  what happened...

Oldbag:
  Hmph!
  Don't push me, boy!

Pearl:
  Um... Mr. Nick?

Pearl:
  I... Um... I couldn't hear
  everything she said... because
  she was talking too fast...

Phoenix:
  Ms. Oldbag, could you please
  speak a little slower...?

Oldbag:
  Don't boss me around, you
  spiky-haired, smarty-pants!

Ray Gun:
  *rata-tat-tat-tat-tat...*

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ The stage ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's the stage they were going
+   to use for the post-ceremony
+   stage show.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   After the show, there was
+   supposed to be a press
+   conference, but...
+
+ Pearl:
+   ...Even Mr. Engarde himself
+   didn't seem to know, huh?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (How does the person who's
+   supposed to give a conference
+   not know about it...?)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO OLDBAG)
----------------

>>> The Victim >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Oldbag:
>   My dear Hammer died a year
>   ago in that dreadful murder.
>
> Oldbag:
>   And only recently did I
>   finally find a star that makes
>   this heart go *badump* again.
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...I don't know what to say...
>
> Oldbag:
>   I ask you, why does every star
>   I cheer for always ends up
>   kicking the bucket?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Umm...
>
> Oldbag:
>   I'd watch your words! No one's
>   going to get away with saying
>   anything bad about my Juan!
>
> Phoenix:
>   But I haven't said anything...
>
> Oldbag:
>   Well, I don't believe a word
>   that woman says anyway!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Huh?
>   What woman?
>
> Oldbag:
>   That irritating, backwater
>   girl with the afro and the
>   horrible country accent.
>
> Oldbag:
>   I mean, what is that manner
>   of speaking supposed to be?
>   And why does she never stop?
>
> Oldbag:
>   Honestly, women these days.
>   They don't know the meaning
>   of the word "modesty".
>
> Oldbag:
>   When I was a young maiden, I
>   was so beautiful even the
>   flowers of the field blushed.
>
> Oldbag:
>   But despite this, I pressed
>   flowers, or read the stars, or
>   wrote beautiful love poems or
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...Pearls? Are you thirsty?
>
> Pearl:
>   Um, a little.
>
> Phoenix:
>   OK. I'll go get you some
>   juice or something.
>
> Pearl:
>   Th-Thank you very much.
>
> Oldbag:
>   Hey! Are you paying
>   attention!? Young'uns today!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (So I'm guessing Ms. Oldbag
>   heard everything from
>   Lotta...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> What happened >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   I want to ask you about what
>   happened around the time of
>   the murder...
>
> Oldbag:
>   Ah, I don't know anything
>   about that. I was here
>   getting ready.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Getting ready? For what...?
>
> Oldbag:
>   The show, of course!
>   ...Well, and the press
>   conference afterwards.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Cue mysterious music for
>   the magical press conference.)
>
> Oldbag:
>   Anyway, I don't know anything
>   about the murder.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Ah, I see...
>
> Oldbag:
>   ...
>   But.
>
> Phoenix:
>   ?
>
> Oldbag:
>   But if you're talking about
>   what I saw, that's different.
>   I saw it very clearly!
>
> Pearl:
>   What!?
>
> Oldbag:
>   I saw the most important
>   moment of the night!
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> What you witnessed >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Th-The most important
>   moment!? You don't mean...!?
>
> Oldbag:
>   Oh, so now you treat me with
>   respect, you disrespectful
>   child.
>
> Oldbag:
>   When you speak to your elders,
>   you should always be polite.
>   Really, kids today.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Please tell me!
>   What did you see!?
>
> *4 PSYCHE-LOCKS*
>
> Oldbag:
>   The murder last night was
>   gruesome, wasn't it?
>   But then, what murder isn't?
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Please don't stray onto
>   another tangent... Please...)
>
> Oldbag:
>   If you want to hear more, then
>   show your respect and bring
>   this lady a present!
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

(After the Psyche-Locks appeared)

>>> What you witnessed >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Please tell me!
>   What did you see on the night
>   of the murder!?
>
> Ray Gun:
>   *rata-tat-tat-tat-tat...*
>
> *4 PSYCHE-LOCKS*
>
> Pearl:
>   P-Please!
>   Mystic Maya's life is...
>
> Oldbag:
>   Ah, but you haven't given me
>   my present yet.
>
> Oldbag:
>   ...Hmm...
>   Let's see...
>
> Oldbag:
>   I'll only tell it to you if
>   you can bring me Juan's
>   autograph!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (What an unreasonable
>   request... You might as well
>   have asked for the moon!)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO OLDBAG)
-------------------

*** Anything *******************************
*
* Oldbag:
*   I don't have anything to say
*   to delinquents like you!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Grrr... She's clamming up
*   like the old clam she is...)
*
* Pearl:
*   Please!
*   Anything would be helpful!
*
* Oldbag:
*   Well then, how about I tell
*   you my measurements?
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...Um... No, that's okay...
*   Really.
*
* Pearl:
*   She really doesn't like you,
*   does she Mr. Nick?
*
* Phoenix:
*   I know, I know...
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Viola Hall"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 21
Gatewater Hotel
Viola Hall

Phoenix:
  Looks like the investigation
  is still in full swing.

Phoenix:
  The hotel staff and the police
  are running around like a
  bunch of headless chickens.

Pearl:
  I wonder if we can do any
  investigating of our own in
  this kind of atmosphere...

Phoenix:
  ...Well, got to roll up the
  sleeves and try, I guess.

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Doors on the left ++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There's a grand set of doors
+   over there.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's the doors Maya followed
+   the bellboy out of, only to
+   disappear...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   ...If only we had all gone
+   together...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Chandelier +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Pearl:
+   That is such a beautiful
+   sight.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   The chandelier?
+
+ Pearl:
+   Yes.
+   But I can't believe it...
+
+ Pearl:
+   I can't believe that such a
+   terrible murder happened under
+   such beautiful lights...
+
+ Pearl:
+   It's shocking.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ The stage ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   The awards ceremony was held
+   on that stage just last night.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It was really fabulous.
+
+ Pearl:
+   You just reminded me of the
+   circus for a second.
+
+ Pearl:
+   I wonder if everyone is
+   alright.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (I heard that Berry Big Circus
+   just recently started holding
+   performances again...)
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I'm sure they're all fine,
+   Pearls.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Front table ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Pearl:
+   We ate at this table last
+   night, didn't we?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Yes.
+
+ Pearl:
+   I was really happy then.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (I wish I could make you smile
+   again... Even for a second...)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

MOVE TO: "Hallway"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 21
Gatewater Hotel
Hallway

Lotta:
  Hey!
  Yer here!

Lotta:
  Been waitin' for ya,
  Mr. Lawyer!

Phoenix:
  Lotta...

Lotta:
  Hey! Mr. Cop fella!
  The thief's showed his face!

Phoenix:
  Wh-Wh-What!?

Lotta:
  Arrest him! Put him on trial!
  Find him guilty!
  Give him the death penalty!

Phoenix:
  Wh-What's wrong, Lotta!?
  Are you feeling alright?

Lotta:
  Looked here and there and
  up and down the mountain,
  but it ain't here!

Lotta:
  So why don't ya just hurry up
  and give it back to me, ya
  creep!

Pearl:
  Um, what are you looking
  for...?

Lotta:
  My CAMERA!
  C-A-M-E-R-A!

Lotta:
  It's my life blood! I'm gonna
  die without my $700 camera!!

Phoenix:
  Y-Your camera...?

Lotta:
  Look, don't lots of people say
  the criminal always goes back
  to the scene of the crime!?

Lotta:
  And lookie lookie, here ya
  are!

Phoenix:
  Yep. Here I am... Faced with
  a Lotta trouble.

Pearl:
  Huh!?

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Teddy bear +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I can understand flowers in
+   front of the dressing rooms,
+
+ Phoenix:
+   but what are stuffed bears
+   doing here...?
+
+ Lotta:
+   I didn't touch them! Wasn't
+   me, I tell ya! I give ya my
+   word!
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (Why do I get the impression
+   Lotta helped herself to one
+   of them...?)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Flowers on the left ++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Compared to the flowers on the
+   other side of the hall, these
+   are much more gorgeous.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Let's see... Record companies,
+   fan clubs, company workers,
+   family...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Carrying all these flowers
+   home would be hard, I think...
+
+ Lotta:
+   Yeah, that's what I thought
+   too, so I was a nice enough
+   gal to lend a helpin' hand!
+
+ Lotta:
+   ...Secretly, of course.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (I have a feeling one of these
+   days, I'm going to end up
+   defending her in court...)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Door on the left +++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There's a piece of paper taped
+   to the door that says, "Juan
+   Corrida's Room".
+
+ Lotta:
+   So that's the scene of the
+   murder, I reckon.
+
+ Lotta:
+   I thought somethin' had gone
+   on that night,
+
+ Lotta:
+   but I didn't never think it
+   was murder.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Door on the right ++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There's a piece of paper taped
+   to the door that says, "Matt
+   Engarde's Room".
+
+ Pearl:
+   So Mr. Engarde was here during
+   his break, right?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   That's what he claims.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (Hmm... The crime scene...
+   If he had wanted to get to
+   Mr. Corrida's room...)
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (He would have had to pass
+   through this hallway.)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO LOTTA)
---------------

>>> Camera >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So you lost your camera...?
>
> Lotta:
>   It ain't no ordinary camera!
>   Ya buy it in a store and it's
>   $1,600 brand new!
>
> Pearl:
>   Huh? But didn't you just say
>   you bought it for $700?
>
> Lotta:
>   I had a nice long talk with
>   the guy at the store... About
>   five hours, I reckon.
>
> Lotta:
>   I made this itty-bitty scratch
>   on it and the manager got all
>   huffed up in the face...
>
> Lotta:
>   He gave me his talkin' to and
>   was real mean about it too.
>   He done made me cry at that!
>
> Pearl:
>   When did you lose your camera?
>
> Lotta:
>   Last night, after the murder
>   happened.
>
> Lotta:
>   Musta been when I was busy
>   runnin' around lookin' into
>   things!
>
> Lotta:
>   That's when I lost sight of my
>   dear, darlin' expensive
>   sweetie!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Lotta, what did you capture
>   with that expensive camera
>   of yours?
>
> Lotta:
>   I don't rightly know.
>   I snapped a shot of anythin'
>   that caught my eye.
>
> Lotta:
>   So I don't 'member.
>   ...And 'sides, I couldn't get
>   anythin' for my big scoop.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (I wonder if Lotta's missing
>   camera is even connected
>   to the murder...?)
>
> *Lotta's Camera added to the
> Court Record.*
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> What happened >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Lotta, please tell me what you
>   know about what happened
>   at the time of the murder.
>
> Lotta:
>   Well, from before the ceremony
>   last night, I was hangin'
>   around here in this area.
>
> Lotta:
>   Yeah, actually I was here
>   until around the time
>   Mr. Engarde was arrested.
>
> Phoenix:
>   What were you doing here...?
>
> Lotta:
>   You sure you went to school,
>   City Boy?
>
> Lotta:
>   Wherever Lotta Hart goes,
>   there's a story to be found!
>   A big scoop to be had!
>
> Phoenix:
>   A big scoop...?
>
> Lotta:
>   I told ya before. I'm gonna be
>   the best tabloid photographer
>   the world's ever seen!
>
> Lotta:
>   Reckon course that means I'm
>   always lookin' for the perfect
>   shot!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (I wonder what "scoop" she
>   was after this time...?)
>
> Lotta:
>   Although, I was also on the
>   look out for the other stars
>   that were here,
>
> Lotta:
>   so... maybe I wasn't here
>   the entire time...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Big scoop >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Lotta... Are you sure you
>   weren't here the entire time?
>
> Phoenix:
>   So you could take a picture
>   for your big scoop?
>
> Lotta:
>   Well... Maybe I was.
>   But that's what real
>   journalists do!
>
> Lotta:
>   I got some juicy inside info,
>   so I thought to myself, why
>   not get a picture for proof?
>
> Phoenix:
>   What kind of story was it that
>   you would hang around here...?
>
> *2 PSYCHE-LOCKS*
>
> Lotta:
>   Oops, sorry, Mr. Lawyer. Can't
>   be tellin' you that.
>   Trade secret, ya know?
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Not again... Why does
>   everyone have something to
>   hide...?)
>
> Pearl:
>   We've been stopped, haven't
>   we?
>
> Lotta:
>   Ha ha, yeah!
>   Take that, Mr. Lawyer!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (I'm glad someone around here
>   is happy... Ms. Lotta and your
>   "I rule!" smile...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

(After the Psyche-Locks appeared)

>>> Big scoop >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   You were on the hunt for your
>   big scoop last night?
>
> *2 PSYCHE-LOCKS*
>
> Lotta:
>   It's just a bunch of tabloid
>   photos. They ain't got nothing
>   to do with the murder.
>
> Pearl:
>   It looks like we have no
>   choice but to remove the
>   Psyche-Locks.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Yeah... I guess so.
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO LOTTA)
------------------

*** Press Conference Ticket ****************
*
* Lotta:
*   Hey, what's that?
*   ...A press conference ticket?
*
* Lotta:
*   How come I ain't got myself
*   one of them!?
*
* Phoenix:
*   P-Please don't direct your
*   anger at me...
*
* Lotta:
*   Why in tarnations wasn't I
*   invited to that!?
*
* Lotta:
*   How come someone on the
*   bottom of the popularity chart
*   like you got the info,
*
* Lotta:
*   but not me!? Info like that is
*   worth nothin' to ya, am I
*   right or what!?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (...Is that the kind of person
*   she thinks I am...?)
*
* Pearl:
*   Are you going to stand there
*   and take that, Mr. Nick!?
*
********************************************

*** Lotta's Camera *************************
*
* Lotta:
*   Nngh... And I just bought that
*   camera...
*
* Lotta:
*   Who did it!?
*   The thievin' rascal!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Please don't look straight at
*   me while you're saying that...
*
* Lotta:
*   When I find the bugger who
*   went and done this, they're
*   gonna pay with a bullet!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (And if you do that, don't
*   expect me to defend you...)
*
********************************************

*** Maya Fey profile ***********************
*
* Lotta:
*   Now that I think about it, she
*   isn't with y'all today, is
*   she...?
*
* Pearl:
*   Um...
*
* Lotta:
*   She's a spunky one!
*   You shouldn't have been
*   lettin' her outta yer sight.
*
* Lotta:
*   Who knows what she's up to
*   now...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Like you're one to talk...)
*
* Pearl:
*   ...
*
********************************************

*** Pearl Fey profile **********************
*
* Lotta:
*   Ah, just wanna say sorry to
*   ya.
*
* Pearl:
*   For...?
*
* Lotta:
*   Well, I really, absolutely
*   thought you were the
*   murderer.
*
* Pearl:
*   ...Huh?
*
* Lotta:
*   You know... Last time, that
*   thing with Maya Fey...
*
* Phoenix:
*   Wh-Wh-What!?
*   But why!?
*
* Lotta:
*   I mean, you were all worked
*   up, ya know?
*
* Pearl:
*   *sniffle*
*   ...Meanie...
*
* Phoenix:
*   Lotta, that was very
*   insensitive of you!
*
********************************************

*** Lotta Hart profile *********************
*
* Lotta:
*   This kind of hairstyle is
*   pretty hard to get, ya know.
*   Hard to care for too.
*
* Lotta:
*   Just the other day, I ran my
*   hand through my hair to fix
*   it up,
*
* Lotta:
*   and suddenly, out pops this
*   dollar coin! That's gotta be
*   like hittin' the jackpot!
*
* Pearl:
*   Wow, that's really lucky!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (*sigh* What a deep
*   conversation that was...)
*
********************************************

*** Juan Corrida or Matt Engarde profile ***
*
* Lotta:
*   I don't really care for 'em
*   "heroes" or whatnot.
*
* Pearl:
*   Oh, I see...
*
* Lotta:
*   And shows they got for kids,
*   those adventures are just
*   plain ol' borin'!
*
* Lotta:
*   Now, adults. We get more
*   caught up in messy, sticky,
*   real situations!
*
* Lotta:
*   ...Even me...
*
* Pearl:
*   O-Oh...
*
* Lotta:
*   Sounds like the tyke's gettin'
*   what I'm goin' with this!
*
* Phoenix:
*   W-Wait a sec here!
*   Don't go around getting her
*   mixed up in things like that!
*
********************************************

*** Security Lady profile ******************
*
* Lotta:
*   This old granny?
*
* Lotta:
*   Ah, she kept on glarin' at me
*   with those eyes of hers. As if
*   it's my fault.
*
* Lotta:
*   Kept babblin' how she won't
*   forgive people who write
*   "trash" about her Juan...
*
* Lotta:
*   ...Ah, yeah, we sorta got into
*   a little fight, ya know...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (A "little" fight? Knowing
*   those two, it was probably
*   more of a blabbering contest.)
*
********************************************

*** Anything else **************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Um... Do you know anything...
*
* Lotta:
*   ...*sigh*...
*
* Lotta:
*   I've told ya how many times
*   now?
*   I'm a journalist.
*
* Lotta:
*   I've got so much info runnin'
*   laps in my head I forget
*   things here and there!
*
* Pearl:
*   Please don't get so worked
*   up over this...
*
* Lotta:
*   Hah!
*   I don't care if ya beg me!
*
* Lotta:
*   "Be extra tough on kids!"
*   That's this gal's motto on
*   learnin' youngsters.
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Engarde's Hotel Room"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 21
Gatewater Hotel
Engarde's Hotel Room

Pearl:
  Um... Where are we?

Phoenix:
  We're in Mr. Matt Engarde's
  dressing room... This is our
  client's room.

? ? ?:
  May I help you with something?

Phoenix:
  Um, uh... We're...

? ? ?:
  You're Mr. Engarde's lawyer,
  correct?
  I gathered as much.

? ? ?:
  I also looked for lawyers on
  my end, but to no avail.

Phoenix:
  Um... How did you know I'm his
  lawyer...?

? ? ?:
  You were just saying that he
  is your client.

? ? ?:
  In a situation like this, the
  only person who would use such
  a word would be his lawyer.

Pearl:
  Wow...

? ? ?:
  It's simple deduction, really.

? ? ?:
  The trial is tomorrow, and
  Mr. Engarde's situation is
  looking rather grim.

? ? ?:
  So you came here, one stop in
  your mad dash, to find clues
  to build his case, correct?

Phoenix:
  Well, you're not totally
  right, but you're not totally
  off either.

Pearl:
  It's really not the time to be
  showing off, Mr. Nick.

Andrews:
  I am Adrian Andrews.

Andrews:
  I hate to waste time, so let's
  get down to business.

Phoenix:
  A-Alright...

Phoenix:
  (She may be of small stature,
  but appearances can be
  deceiving...)

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Red suitcase +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's probably Mr. Engarde's
+   suitcase.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   For someone who was only
+   going to be here for the award
+   show, this is a lot of stuff.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Looks like he has about three
+   days' worth of clothes in
+   here.
+
+ Pearl:
+   Stars really are different
+   from us, aren't they...?
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Bedroom ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   That's the bedroom over there.
+
+ Pearl:
+   That's a bed...?
+
+ Pearl:
+   Wow, they have really big beds
+   here!
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Sofa +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There's some samurai-looking
+   clothes on the sofa here.
+
+ Pearl:
+   Um, I think that jacket
+   looking thing is called a
+   "happi".
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (Whatever it is, I'm sure
+   something like that would make
+   a great souvenir.)
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (Maya would be absolutely
+   thrilled...)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Table ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Looks like dishes left over
+   from dinner...
+   A dinner for two, at that.
+
+ Pearl:
+   I'm sure they're Mr. Engarde
+   and Ms. Andrews' plates.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Looks like they had T-bone
+   steaks... What's with Global
+   Studios and T-bone steaks...?
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ The plate on the bottom right ++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There's a giant bone sitting
+   on the plate.
+
+ Pearl:
+   I...
+   I don't really like meat...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (...?)
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (There's something... weird
+   about this plate...)
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (I just wish I could put my
+   finger on what it is...)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO ANDREWS)
-----------------

>>> Night of the murder >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Andrews:
>   I assume the first thing you
>   need to know is what everyone
>   was doing that night, correct?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Y-Yes, that is correct.
>
> Andrews:
>   Then I will tell you.
>
> Andrews:
>   Before the award ceremony,
>   I had dinner with Mr. Engarde.
>
> Andrews:
>   In this very room, I might
>   add.
>
> Phoenix:
>   "Dinner"?
>   What did you eat?
>
> Andrews:
>   I told you. I hate to waste
>   time with trifling details.
>
> Andrews:
>   If you took a look at the
>   table yourself, you wouldn't
>   need to ask me.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (...I bet she's a lot of fun
>   at parties...)
>
> Andrews:
>   When the award show was
>   starting, I headed for Viola
>   Hall.
>
> Phoenix:
>   And after the show ended, you
>   came back to this room...?
>
> Andrews:
>   No, I had some small errands
>   to run.
>
> Andrews:
>   I helped with the preparations
>   in the lobby.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Oh...
>   (Preparations for the post-
>   ceremony show, I guess...)
>
> Andrews:
>   When it was time for the post-
>   ceremony show, I came back
>   to call for Mr. Engarde.
>
> Andrews:
>   After that, I went to visit
>   Mr. Corrida...
>
> Phoenix:
>   And that's when you found his
>   body, isn't it?
>
> Andrews:
>   ...
>
> Pearl:
>   You really held strong through
>   everything...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Yeah... She does seem to be
>   mentally tough as nails...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Relation to Engarde >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um, so... About you and...
>
> Andrews:
>   Stop right there.
>
> Andrews:
>   Don't expect me to believe you
>   have been talking to me with-
>   out knowing how we relate.
>
> Phoenix:
>   S-Sorry...
>
> Andrews:
>   I have no idea why Mr. Engarde
>   chose you as his lawyer.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Why did she have to go and
>   say something like that...?)
>
> Pearl:
>   Mr. Nick... Calm down and hang
>   in there.
>
> Pearl:
>   I'll give you a shoulder rub
>   to relieve your stress later,
>   alright?
>
> Andrews:
>   I already gave you my name
>   earlier, but I'll add that I'm
>   Mr. Engarde's manager.
>
> Phoenix:
>   His manager...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Speaking of managers, did the
>   victim, Mr. Corrida have one?
>
> Andrews:
>   No, he did not.
>
> Phoenix:
>   He didn't?
>
> Andrews:
>   Global Studios has a very
>   different policy from
>   Worldwide Studios in that
>
> Andrews:
>   Worldwide Studios does not
>   assign individual managers to
>   their stars.
>
> Phoenix:
>   I see...
>
> Andrews:
>   This industry is very
>   ruthless and unforgiving.
>
> Andrews:
>   Actually, you look quite
>   ruthless and unforgiving
>   yourself to your poor partner.
>
> Andrews:
>   Dragging a little girl like
>   her to places like this.
>   Honestly.
>
> Pearl:
>   You're wrong! I... I'm doing
>   this to help Mystic Maya...!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Pearls... Calm down and hang
>   in there. I'll buy you a juice
>   later, alright?
>
> Pearl:
>   Nngh...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Motive for murder >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Do you have any ideas?
>
> Andrews:
>   As to...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   As to why Mr. Corrida was
>   murdered?
>
> Andrews:
>   Why would you ask me about
>   such a thing...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   I'm just doing my job.
>   So, do you have any ideas?
>
> *4 PSYCHE-LOCKS*
>
> Phoenix:
>   M-Ms. Andrews...?
>
> Andrews:
>   Sorry, but there's nothing
>   more I have to add to this
>   conversation.
>
> Pearl:
>   Is it a Psyche-Lock, Mr. Nick?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Yes...
>   There's getting to be more and
>   more of these lately.
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

(After the Psyche-Locks appeared)

>>> Motive for murder >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   You know something, don't you?
>
> Phoenix:
>   About why Mr. Corrida was
>   murdered...
>
> *4 PSYCHE-LOCKS*
>
> Andrews:
>   Why are you asking me?
>
> Andrews:
>   Don't tell me you can see
>   inside my heart.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (No, but I can see the locks
>   you have on your psyche.)
>
> Pearl:
>   If you don't remove her
>   locks...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Yeah, it's worthless to even
>   ask...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO ANDREWS)
--------------------

*** Press Conference Ticket ****************
*
* Phoenix:
*   You were the one taking care
*   of the arrangements for this
*   press conference, right?
*
* Andrews:
*   Yes, that's right.
*
* Pearl:
*   But Mr. Engarde said he
*   "didn't know" about it.
*
* Andrews:
*   ...
*
* Andrews:
*   Is that what he said...?
*
* Pearl:
*   Huh...?
*
* Andrews:
*   Actually, I didn't know all
*   the details either.
*
* Andrews:
*   It was a request from the
*   publicity department.
*
* Andrews:
*   All I did was help out and do
*   what I was asked.
*
* Pearl:
*   Oh... I see.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I wonder about that...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I wouldn't take her to be the
*   type of person to do something
*   without knowing the details.)
*
********************************************

*** Will Powers profile ********************
*
* Andrews:
*   That's Mr. Will Powers.
*   He's an actor contracted with
*   Global Studios.
*
* Andrews:
*   He's a very nice man.
*   A man with a good heart.
*
* Andrews:
*   ...But that's all he is and
*   ever will be.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Urk... What a horrible thing
*   to say...)
*
* Andrews:
*   ...Society doesn't care about
*   genuinely nice people,
*   Mr. Wright.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Huh?
*   For a second, her face twisted
*   in pain...)
*
* Pearl:
*   I wonder if something happened
*   to Ms. Andrews...
*
********************************************

*** Juan Corrida profile *******************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Did you know the victim,
*   Mr. Corrida?
*
* Andrews:
*   Yes, I knew him.
*
* Andrews:
*   The world is such a small
*   place, after all.
*
* Pearl:
*   Did you know about his rivalry
*   with the Nickel Samurai?
*
* Andrews:
*   Honestly, they were like
*   children when it came to that.
*
* Andrews:
*   Time and time again, those two
*   competed with each other over
*   the most uninteresting things.
*
* Andrews:
*   ...
*
* Andrews:
*   If either one of them weren't
*   so stubborn, then maybe no
*   one would have needed to die.
*
* Phoenix:
*   !
*
* Phoenix:
*   (...I've got a hunch that this
*   woman knows more than she's
*   letting on...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (She must know why Juan
*   Corrida was killed!)
*
********************************************

*** Matt Engarde profile *******************
*
* Andrews:
*   I asked to become
*   Mr. Engarde's manager.
*
* Andrews:
*   He's a pleasure to manage
*   with his nice disposition.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Hmm... Mr. Engarde does seem
*   like a rather weak-willed man;
*   always doing as he's told...)
*
* Pearl:
*   He's always saying, "my
*   manager," right Mr. Nick?
*
* Andrews:
*   ...
*
********************************************

*** Adrian Andrews profile *****************
*
* Andrews:
*   I hate talking about myself.
*
* Andrews:
*   It's a trifling matter, that's
*   why.
*
* Phoenix:
*   S-Sorry...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Take away that layer of
*   sarcasm and she really does
*   seem to hate herself...)
*
********************************************

*** Anything else **************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Um, I'd like to ask you about
*   this...
*
* Andrews:
*   I told you.
*   I hate trifling matters.
*
* Andrews:
*   It's a waste of time to show
*   me things that are of no
*   relevance to me.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Wow... This is the first time
*   I've been shut down this
*   badly...)
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Corrida's Hotel Room"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 21
Gatewater Hotel
Corrida's Hotel Room

Pearl:
  Mr. Nick...
  Where are we...?

Phoenix:
  We're in Mr. Juan Corrida's
  room, Pearls.

Pearl:
  Mr. Corrida...?

Phoenix:
  The victim... Which makes this
  the crime scene too.

Gumshoe:
  Oh!
  It's you!

Gumshoe:
  So!? What's happened!?
  The kidnapper!
  Has he contacted you again!?

Phoenix:
  Not yet. He probably won't
  until we win Mr. Engarde's
  acquittal.

Gumshoe:
  Umm...
  You doing OK, pal?
  Hanging in there?

Phoenix:
  (I just want Maya to be
  alright...)

Pearl:
  ...

Gumshoe:
  We don't have a lot of time
  left, but I'm going to help
  you as much as I can, pal.

Phoenix:
  Can you do that?
  Even if we want to look around
  the crime scene...?

Gumshoe:
  Just this once...
  "Special circumstances" right,
  pal?

Gumshoe:
  I'll even tell you everything
  I know.
  But you've gotta keep quiet.

Gumshoe:
  It's my neck on the line here.

Phoenix:
  Thank you.

Gumshoe:
  Oh, that's right.
  I got you guys a map of the
  hotel, pal.

Gumshoe:
  Here you go, little missy.

Pearl:
  Wow, you're giving it to me!?
  Thank you!

Gumshoe:
  Ha ha. Wouldn't want you to
  get lost in a hotel too big
  for its own good.

Pearl:
  Mr. Nick!
  I got a map!

Phoenix:
  That's great, Pearls!

Pearl:
  ...

Pearl:
  Um... But Mr. Nick, I can't
  read what it says...

*Hotel Guidemap added to the
Court Record.*

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Refrigerator +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There are all sorts of things
+   in this refrigerator...
+
+ Pearl:
+   The carrot juice bottle and
+   the tomato juice bottle are
+   both empty...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Empty...?
+   (It's too much of a hassle to
+   throw them away, I guess.)
+
+ Phoenix:
+   They're all vegetable juices.
+   I guess he must've been a real
+   health nut.
+
+ Pearl:
+   ...Oh! There's a beet, some
+   ketchup, and a bottle of
+   strawberry jam too!
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Maybe red was his favorite
+   color...?
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Bears ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Pearl:
+   Wow, there are a lot of
+   bears!
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (Alarm clock ones, collector's
+   editions, stuffed teddies,
+   plastic models...)
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (It's pretty overwhelming...
+   Is there a kind of bear he
+   doesn't have...?)
+
+ Pearl:
+   There's even a few in the
+   trash can...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Yeah...
+   I get the feeling maybe the
+   guy didn't really like bears.
+
+ Pearl:
+   Poor teddies...
+
+ --------------------------------------------
+
+   It's hard to "bear" with all
+   these problems... Growl!
+
+   Aha! Aha! Aha! Aha! Aha!
+   Aha! Aha! Aha! Aha! Aha!
+   Aha! Aha! Aha! Aha! Aha!
+
+ --------------------------------------------
+
+ Phoenix:
+   ...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (I don't think I want to
+   "bear" with the trauma the
+   last case caused me...)
+
+ Pearl:
+   What's wrong, Mr. Nick?
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Desk +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Pearl:
+   Hmph!
+   It's so messy here!
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (Pearls really likes things
+   neat and tidy, I take it...)
+
+ Pearl:
+   There are a lot of electronic
+   things in here that I've never
+   seen before.
+
+ Pearl:
+   Hey, Mr. Nick!
+   Tell me what they are, pretty
+   please?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   OK.
+   That over there is a "watch".
+   You wear it on your wrist.
+
+ Pearl:
+   ...
+   I know what a watch is...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (Oops. For a second there,
+   I forgot I was talking with
+   Pearls, not Maya...)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Blue suitcase ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's a suitcase. There are so
+   many things in it that I bet
+   it barely closes.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There's his clothes, a dryer,
+   an electric shaver,
+   a calculator...
+
+ Pearl:
+   Do all stars pack too much
+   stuff like Mr. Corrida?
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Table on the right side ++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It looks like Mr. Corrida had
+   dinner last night.
+
+ Pearl:
+   This bottle...
+   It's tomato juice.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (We had a lot of food at the
+   award show last night...)
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (But I wonder if the stars had
+   gone onstage after only eating
+   a meager meal like this...)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Bedroom ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Pearl:
+   So that's a bed, right?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Yup. It's big, but it's a bed.
+
+ Pearl:
+   Aaah! Mr. Nick!
+   It's sooooo soft!
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (Big beds must be a rarity for
+   her...)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Floor mess near the guitar case ++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Bottles of cosmetics are
+   scattered all over the floor.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   This is probably where
+   Mr. Corrida fought his
+   assailant.
+
+ Pearl:
+   What's this glass fragment
+   from...?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   A flower vase maybe? There are
+   flowers on the floor, but I
+   don't know what they are.
+
+ Pearl:
+   You don't know much about
+   flowers, do you Mr. Nick?
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Guitar case ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   This is... a guitar case, I
+   guess. A little beat up, but
+   still useable.
+
+ Pearl:
+   That's strange.
+   The guitar is not here...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Maybe he forgot to bring
+   it to the show?
+
+ Pearl:
+   But Mystic Maya...
+
+ Pearl:
+   She said the bright red guitar
+   was the Jammin' Ninja's
+   signature item...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (That's true...)
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Huh?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   This guitar case is wet.
+   But it's only wet on top of
+   the lid...
+
+ Pearl:
+   Yeah... There's no water
+   inside the case...
+   This is water, isn't it...?
+
+ *Guitar Case added to the
+ Court Record.*
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Wine glass +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's a beautiful wine glass,
+   and there's... tomato juice
+   in it.
+
+ Pearl:
+   Ewww. Tomato juice.
+   I don't really like it much.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There's a bottle of it on the
+   table over there. That's
+   probably where this came from.
+
+ Pearl:
+   But doesn't it seem weird?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   ...What seems weird?
+
+ Pearl:
+   I mean, everything else is
+   scattered all over the floor.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   ...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (She's right. The flower vase
+   was broken and the make-up
+   is strewn everywhere.)
+
+ Pearl:
+   Why is this glass the only
+   thing that's still alright...?
+
+ *Wine Glass added to the
+ Court Record.*
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO GUMSHOE)
-----------------

>>> Cause of death >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Do you know what was the
>   cause of death?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Well, technically, the final
>   autopsy report isn't out yet,
>   but...
>
> Gumshoe:
>   one look at the scene of the
>   crime should tell you, pal.
>
> Phoenix:
>   The scene of the crime...?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Yeah. Here's a picture.
>
> Phoenix:
>   There's a knife in his chest.
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Yeah, pal, that's the murder
>   weapon.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (So he was stabbed to
>   death...)
>
> Gumshoe:
>   They're looking at the
>   fingerprints down at the lab
>   right now.
>
> Phoenix:
>   There were fingerprints on
>   the knife?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Yup.
>
> Gumshoe:
>   And it looks like they're
>   pretty sure they're
>   Mr. Engarde's prints, pal.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (That's bad... Real bad...)
>
> *Crime Photo added to
> the Court Record.*
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Reason for arrest >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Why was Mr. Engarde arrested?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Because we had evidence on
>   him.
>
> Pearl:
>   Evidence...?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   It looks like the victim, Juan
>   Corrida, really put up a big
>   fight.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Yeah, one look at the crime
>   scene and you can tell.
>
> Phoenix:
>   There's signs of a struggle
>   everywhere.
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Well, yeah.
>   During the fight, his button
>   came off...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Mr. Engarde said something
>   about a button...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Something like, one of the
>   Jammin' Ninja's buttons got
>   caught in his "hakama"...)
>
> Gumshoe:
>   But that's not all...
>
> Phoenix:
>   What!?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   There was a witness, pal.
>
> Phoenix:
>   A witness!?
>   Wh-Who is it!?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   That lady... Ms. Oldbag.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Please... Anyone but her!)
>
> Gumshoe:
>   The prosecution has plenty
>   of evidence to make a solid
>   case...
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Not to mention there's
>   something at the crime scene
>   that was a little off.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Something that was a little
>   off...? As in...?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   As in, that's for you to
>   figure out, pal!
>
> Pearl:
>   Alright, let's try to figure
>   it out, Mr. Nick!
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO GUMSHOE)
--------------------

*** Radio Transceiver **********************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   That's your "present" from
*   the kidnapper, huh?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   While you're talking, it sends
*   and receives radio waves...
*
* Gumshoe:
*   If we could trace that...
*
* Pearl:
*   Yeah! We could use it to find
*   out where the bad guy is!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (It uses radio waves, huh?)
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I got it!
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I'll go find a radio scanner,
*   and let you borrow it, pal!
*
********************************************

*** Guitar Case ****************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   What can you tell me about
*   this guitar case?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Oh, that.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   This is just what I heard,
*   pal, but that's the Jammin'
*   Ninja's signature item.
*
* Phoenix:
*   The guitar case?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   No, not that! What do you take
*   me as? I mean the guitar
*   inside, of course!
*
* Pearl:
*   But... The guitar is missing.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Yeah, we looked for it too.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   It's not normal for a person
*   to forget to bring their most
*   famous item to an award show.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (It's starting to sound like
*   that red guitar is related to
*   this case after all...)
*
********************************************

*** Wine Glass *****************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   So about this wine glass...
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Ah, so you noticed it, pal.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   The whole crime scene was a
*   mess, but this glass was the
*   only thing that was untouched.
*
* Phoenix:
*   You noticed that too,
*   Detective Gumshoe...?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   No, actually Ms. von Karma
*   noticed it first.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Yeah... Pearls noticed it
*   before me too...
*   Hey, wait a minute.
*
* Phoenix:
*   So... does that mean Ms. von
*   Karma's coming here...?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Yeah, she's coming.
*   Man, you're going to be in so
*   much trouble, pal.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I think it'd be best if you
*   didn't bump into her here.
*
* Phoenix:
*   You can bet the instant I see
*   her, I'll be running the 1,000
*   meter dash.
*
********************************************

*** Crime Photo ****************************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   You look at this photo and you
*   can't help it.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   It makes you want to say, "I
*   can't believe this is the
*   scene of a murder."
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Stabbed with a knife after
*   a struggle...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (A clue is sleeping in this
*   photo somewhere... I know it.)
*
********************************************

*** Maya Fey profile ***********************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I'm sorry.
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...For what?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I really want to help you look
*   for her, pal.
*
* Pearl:
*   Mr. Detective...
*
* Gumshoe:
*   If anything happens, let me
*   know, OK?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I want to help in any way I
*   can!
*
********************************************

*** Pearl Fey profile **********************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Hey, little missy.
*   Listen good, OK?
*
* Pearl:
*   OK.
*   What is it?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Don't ever pick up a whip, OK?
*   Don't even think about it.
*
* Pearl:
*   Huh!?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   If you ever find yourself
*   thinking you want one,
*
* Gumshoe:
*   try to make due with a good
*   slap to the face. Got that?
*   Slap the person in the face.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Promise me, OK?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Personal experience tells me
*   Gumshoe should be careful
*   what he wishes for...)
*
********************************************

*** Lotta Hart profile *********************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   If I had a choice, she would
*   be number three on my list
*   of people I don't want to see.
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...Because I'm in the number
*   one spot?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Don't get all high and mighty
*   on me here.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   You've taken a tumble into
*   second place, pal.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Huh? Really?
*   Then who's in first...?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Ms. von Karma's miles and
*   miles ahead of you in this
*   race.
*
* Phoenix:
*   O-Oh...
*
* Gumshoe:
*   She's really scary...
*   Right now... M-Ms. von
*   Karma... You really don't...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (He's so scared of her
*   that he's whispering
*   now...)
*
********************************************

*** Matt Engarde profile *******************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Hey, why don't we let bygones
*   be bygones, pal?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Look, this guy is guilty.
*   A buck says so.
*
* Phoenix:
*   One dollar...?
*   Sure you're not talking about
*   Pearls' allowance money?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I... I can't bet any more than
*   that...
*   My salary... It's...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (It doesn't matter what we
*   think...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I still have to defend
*   Mr. Engarde in court or else!)
*
* Pearl:
*   Mr. Nick...
*
********************************************

*** Security Lady profile ******************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I thought she was an alien
*   from outer space.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Yeah, probably because she's
*   wearing that strange helmet.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Nah, even with her helmet
*   off, I thought she was an
*   alien, pal.
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...
*
* Phoenix:
*   I think that's probably best
*   kept to yourself, if you know
*   what I mean...
*
********************************************

*** Adrian Andrews profile *****************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   She's Mr. Engarde's manager,
*   right?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   No matter what I do, I really
*   stink at talking with people
*   like her.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   As soon as I open my mouth,
*   I get all flustered.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   See, she's one of those women
*   with a brain. She's someone
*   who "gets things done".
*
* Phoenix:
*   Yeah, she does give that sort
*   of impression, like she's got
*   it all together.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Compared to her, you can
*   easily tell I'm a "can't do
*   anything right" kind of guy.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   That's why I get all nervous
*   and start messing up.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I feel sort of bad for
*   him...)
*
********************************************

*** Anything else **************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   What do you know about this?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Um... There's nothing special
*   I can tell you about this,
*   pal.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Look pal, we don't have a lot
*   of time. Why don't you show
*   me something more important?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   If Ms. von Karma saw me here
*   like this...
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I'd have to switch sides real
*   fast...
*
********************************************

--------------------------------------------

*AFTER TALKING TO GUMSHOE AND PRESENTING
 GUITAR CASE AND WINE GLASS TO HIM*

...*beep* *beep*...
      ...*beep* *beep*...
           ...*beep* *beep*...

Pearl:
  Wh-What's that beeping
  noise, Mr. Nick...?

Phoenix:
  (Hmm... I've heard this sound
  somewhere before...)

Gumshoe:
  It's Ms. von Karma...

Pearl:
  Huh?

Gumshoe:
  Whenever I hear that sound,
  for some reason, she pops
  out of nowhere and whips me!

Phoenix:
  (Come to think of it, that
  did happen the last time...)

Gumshoe:
  S-Sorry!
  I've gotta make myself scarce!
  Later, pal!

Gumshoe:
  Eowww!

von Karma:
  At last, you reveal your true
  nature...
  Mr. Phoenix Wright!

Phoenix:
  (*gulp* Would it be too much
  to ask for you to be nice to
  me for a change...?)

von Karma:
  So you're the type to steal
  information from pitifully
  hopeless detectives!

von Karma:
  That's very dishonorable of
  you!

Phoenix:
  (Owww!)

von Karma:
  Hey!
  Don't you dare run away,
  Scruffy McTrenchcoat!

Gumshoe:
  Ah!

von Karma:
  I didn't think the detectives
  of this country could be this
  pitiful...

Gumshoe:
  Uwaah!

von Karma:
  Detective!
  Come over here for a second!

Gumshoe:
  Yeoooooooooooooooooooo
  oooooooooooooooooooooo
  ooooooooooooooooooooow!

von Karma:
  ...Hmph.

von Karma:
  I feel better knowing at least
  you were man enough to face
  your punishment.

Phoenix:
  (He was so scared, he just
  froze up on the spot...)

von Karma:
  Mr. Phoenix Wright!

von Karma:
  You... You have soiled my
  perfect prosecution record.

von Karma:
  I'll never forget that.

von Karma:
  This time...
  Victory is mine!

Phoenix:
  ...

Phoenix:
  Victory is yours?
  Is that all this means
  to you...?

von Karma:
  Wh-What...!?

Phoenix:
  ...

von Karma:
  ...
  H-Hmph!

von Karma:
  Come, Scruff-face!
  The investigation briefing
  is about to begin.

Gumshoe:
  Y-Yes, sir!

von Karma:
  This isn't over yet...
  I swear on my family's honor!

Phoenix:
  (Ow! Now what did she throw
  at me...!?)

Phoenix:
  (What is this...?)

Gumshoe:
  ...Well, I guess this means
  I've gotta get back to the
  precinct now, pal.

Gumshoe:
  If you ever need me, come
  down to the Criminal Affairs
  Department, alright?

Gumshoe:
  And if you can, try not to let
  Ms. von Karma see you...

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ The paper on the desk ++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Pearl:
+   Mr. Nick, what's this piece of
+   paper...?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's called an "autograph".
+
+ Pearl:
+   Auto-graff?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   It's got Mr. Corrida's
+   name written on it, so it's
+   his autograph.
+
+ Pearl:
+   I can't read it at all.
+
+ Pearl:
+   To be honest, I've never seen
+   writing that looks like this.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Ah, it's a special way of
+   writing called "cursive".
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Look here. See how it says,
+   "To my dearest Wendy" in
+   more normal letters here?
+
+ Pearl:
+   Th-This sloppy, unreadable
+   writing! It's crazy and cruel
+   to give this to someone!
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (Hold on...)
+
+ Pearl:
+   ...?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Wendy...
+   I've heard that name somewhere
+   before...
+
+ *Mr. Corrida's Autograph added
+ to the Court Record.*
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

MOVE TO: "Viola Hall"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 21
Gatewater Hotel
Viola Hall

Powers:
  Oh, Mr. Wright!
  How are you?

Phoenix:
  Ah, Mr. Powers.
  Have you been here the
  entire time?

Powers:
  Yeah. People connected to the
  murder aren't allowed to go
  home, let alone leave...

--------------------------------------------

TALK (TO POWERS)
----------------

>>> The Nickel Samurai >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Can you tell me a little more
>   about the Nickel Samurai
>   TV show?
>
> Powers:
>   OK.
>
> Powers:
>   "The Nickel Samurai" is an
>   action hero program aimed
>   towards kids.
>
> Powers:
>   It's the sequel to "The
>   Steel Samurai".
>
> Phoenix:
>   I see...
>
> Powers:
>   This time, there are three
>   Samurai Brothers: Aluminum
>   Samurai, Tin Samurai...
>
> Powers:
>   And of course, the Nickel
>   Samurai. It's a love "Y" in
>   Neo Olde Tokyo!
>
> Phoenix:
>   I see...
>   ...
>   W-Wait...
>
> Phoenix:
>   A love what...?
>
> Powers:
>   A love "Y".
>
> Powers:
>   This girl, Sayo, works at a
>   tea shop and all three guys
>   fall for her at the same time.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Oh... I guess the "Y" shape is
>   like the 3 brothers colliding
>   over this one girl?
>
> Powers:
>   Anyway, Sayo is actually
>   the daughter of the evil
>   Strawberry Clan's leader!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Sounds like an unusual
>   situation. Like Romeo and
>   Juliet... times three.
>
> Powers:
>   Y-Yeah...
>
> Powers:
>   Strange thing is, this sort of
>   forbidden love story is really
>   big with the office ladies.
>
> Pearl:
>   Um...
>
> Powers:
>   Yes, Pearl?
>
> Pearl:
>   Wh-What happens next!?
>   I want to know!
>
> Pearl:
>   Ms. Sayo... Does Ms. Sayo
>   fall in love?
>   She does, doesn't she?
>
> Powers:
>   Every Sunday at 8 AM.
>
> Pearl:
>   I'm going to stop watching
>   "Kids' Masterpiece Theatre"
>   starting this week!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (I can't believe she's really
>   considering it!)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Jammin' Ninja >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So what's the "Jammin'
>   Ninja" TV show like?
>
> Powers:
>   It started from a remake of
>   an old movie, to tell you the
>   truth.
>
> Powers:
>   The Jammin' Ninja is, like the
>   Samurai shows, aimed towards
>   kids.
>
> Powers:
>   It's the story of a ninja who
>   can't climb a wall, but became
>   a big pop star.
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...Uh, what?
>
> Powers:
>   He was a really lousy ninja.
>   Absolutely couldn't do any
>   ninja things right at all.
>
> Powers:
>   But boy could he sing!
>
> Powers:
>   With his trusty bright red
>   guitar in hand, he took the
>   ancient world by storm.
>
> Phoenix:
>   A... A ninja...
>   With a bright red guitar...!?
>
> Powers:
>   And then, the final fight in
>   front of his beloved Princess
>   Misola!
>
> Powers:
>   "Jammin' versus the Muromachi
>   Five!"
>
> Powers:
>   Suddenly! Our brave hero
>   catches a not so Jammin' cold
>   the night before Battle 3!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Aww, that's too bad for him...
>
> Powers:
>   Y-Yeah...
>
> Powers:
>   But this kind of pop music-
>   based love story is something
>   high school girls really like.
>
> Pearl:
>   Um...
>
> Powers:
>   Yes, Pearl?
>
> Pearl:
>   Wh-What happens next!?
>   I want to know!
>
> Pearl:
>   Jammin'... The Jammin' Ninja!
>   Will he be able to sing!? What
>   about Princess Misola!?
>
> Powers:
>   Every Sunday at 8 AM.
>
> Pearl:
>   Umm... Which show should
>   I watch...?
>   Hmm...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (I can't believe she's really
>   considering it!)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> The gossip on Adrian >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Would you mind telling me
>   about this "gossip"?
>
> Powers:
>   Ah, so you're interested in
>   it too! I figured you would
>   be!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Yeah.
>
> Powers:
>   I have such a weakness for
>   celebrity gossip too.
>
> Phoenix:
>   O-Oh really...
>   You too, huh...?
>
> Powers:
>   Yeah.
>   So take a look at this!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Looks like a tabloid
>   Ms. Oldbag would read...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   Alright, let's see here...
>   "Jammin' Midnight
>   Rendezvous!?"
>
> Powers:
>   "...to the mysterious, yet
>   beautiful manager to the
>   stars, Ms. A. A.!"
>
> Powers:
>   ...Y-You see now, don't you?
>
> Phoenix:
>   What...?
>
> Powers:
>   You can stop pretending to
>   be in the dark, Mr. Wright!
>
> Powers:
>   Juan Corrida didn't have a
>   manager of his own.
>
> Powers:
>   Which means if we're talking
>   about a certain manager with
>   the initials A. A....
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...
>   Adrian Andrews...?
>
> Powers:
>   Y-Yes, exactly!
>   This is big news!!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (But... It seems kind of odd.
>   That woman, Ms. Andrews...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Together with the biggest
>   rival of her client...?)
>
> Powers:
>   Ah, it's that wonderful thing
>   that can only happen between
>   two people...
>
> Pearl:
>   Mr. Powers looks so happy.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Pearls is just following
>   along, not having any idea
>   as to why he's smiling...)
>
> Powers:
>   Well, like the saying goes,
>   one man's garbage is another
>   man's treasure.
>
> *Magazine Clipping added to
> the Court Record.*
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO POWERS)
-------------------

*** Radio Transceiver **********************
*
* Powers:
*   I can't believe it...
*   A kidnapping...
*
* Pearl:
*   Do you remember what the
*   person looked like who gave
*   this to you?
*
* Powers:
*   It was that bellboy.
*   And...
*
* Powers:
*   And I didn't suspect a thing
*   because he looked like such a
*   normal old man...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Old man, huh...)
*
********************************************

*** Guitar Case ****************************
*
* Powers:
*   That guitar case...
*   That was Juan's...
*
* Phoenix:
*   I'm guessing you've seen
*   this case before?
*
* Powers:
*   It's pretty famous by now.
*   It stands out because it holds
*   THE bright red guitar.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (The bright red guitar... The
*   Jammin' Ninja's signature
*   item.)
*
* Pearl:
*   But if the guitar is so
*   important, how could he forget
*   it for the award ceremony?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (That does seem a little
*   strange...)
*
********************************************

*** Maya Fey profile ***********************
*
* Powers:
*   I... I'm sure he won't hurt
*   her and he'll let her go
*   soon...
*
* Phoenix:
*   Yeah...
*
* Powers:
*   Mr. Wright.
*   I believe in you.
*   You will save her!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Thanks.
*
********************************************

*** Security Lady profile ******************
*
* Powers:
*   I never would've thought I'd
*   see her here of all places.
*
* Powers:
*   The last time we saw each
*   other was during that really
*   bad incident... You know...
*
* Powers:
*   I mean, when I look back now,
*   I think of the good things, so
*   it's not so bad, I guess.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Yeah, I would love to go back
*   in time and relive a few of
*   those good things... *chuckle*
*
* Powers:
*   Th-That's not funny...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Yeah, I guess not...)
*
********************************************

*** Adrian Andrews profile *****************
*
* Powers:
*   Hey, that's Ms. Andrews!
*   She's Matt's manager.
*
* Powers:
*   Actually, I was interested in
*   her for a little bit.
*   Just a little...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Hmm... So Mr. Powers likes
*   this type of woman...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   What do you know about
*   Ms. Andrews...?
*
* Powers:
*   Well, see... Here's the thing.
*   I don't really KNOW her know
*   her... you know?
*
* Pearl:
*   ...!
*
* Powers:
*   There's sort of a small rumor
*   going around about her right
*   now...
*
* Pearl:
*   A rumor...?
*
* Powers:
*   Ah! If you're interested,
*   I can give you a little bit of
*   the details!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (He's so happy, he looks like
*   a lion that's just found his
*   next meal...)
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Hotel Lobby"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Present Maya's Magatama*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

*4 PSYCHE-LOCKS*

-- What You Witnessed --

Oldbag:
  Alright, I'll be honest with
  you for now.

Phoenix:
  Then, please!
  Tell us what you saw!

Oldbag:
  But, aww, what a waste.

Oldbag:
  And here I have a perfectly
  good chance to have a little
  fun at you young'un's expense.

Oldbag:
  Because I am a little devil,
  after all.

Phoenix:
  (Um... Doesn't that imply you
  aren't a good person...?)

Phoenix:
  Alright, I'll give you what
  you want...

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Oldbag:
x   You're Engarde's lawyer,
x   aren't you?
x
x Phoenix:
x   W-Well, yes... but...
x
x Oldbag:
x   Then forget it!
x   There is no way I'm telling
x   you!
x
x Phoenix:
x   B-But why!?
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Autograph*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Oldbag:
  Th-Th-That's!
  That's Juan's autograph!!

Phoenix:
  Yes, it is.

Oldbag:
  And... And it even says,
  "To my dearest Wendy" on it!

Oldbag:
  Th-That's me, right!?
  Right!?

Phoenix:
  Um...

Oldbag:
  My name is Wendy Oldbag, so
  that "Wendy" has to be me,
  right!?

Phoenix:
  (Well, it may say "Wendy"...)

Phoenix:
  (But somehow, I don't think
  Juan had THIS "Wendy" in
  mind when he signed it...)

Oldbag:
  Oh, please, give it to me!
  Let me have it!
  Please!

Phoenix:
  Uh, un. I can't let you have
  it, just like that.

Oldbag:
  Yes, yes, I know.
  Then how about an
  exchange!?

*3 LOCKS BROKEN*

Phoenix:
  (Wow, she must really want
  this autograph...)

Oldbag:
  My offer isn't good enough for
  you!?
  Fine, Mr. Wright. You win.

Oldbag:
  Wendy Oldbag, ready to
  open up her heart!
  All for my dearest Juan!

*1 LOCK BROKEN*

*UNLOCK SUCCESSFUL*

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Autograph given to Wendy
dearest.*

TALK (TO OLDBAG)
----------------

>>> What you witnessed >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Oldbag:
>   I feel bad for you now.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Huh...?
>
> Oldbag:
>   I tell you, I saw him that
>   night.
>
> Oldbag:
>   I saw him coming out of Juan's
>   room.
>
> Phoenix:
>   You're kidding!
>
> Pearl:
>   Oh no!
>
> Oldbag:
>   It was about ten minutes
>   before Juan's body was
>   discovered.
>
> Oldbag:
>   It was just a coincidence.
>   I was on my way to the toilet,
>   minding my own business.
>
> Phoenix:
>   And...?
>   Did you tell that to the
>   police?
>
> Oldbag:
>   Well, of course! I thought I
>   could get a gift certificate
>   or two out of it, maybe more.
>
> Pearl:
>   Gift certificate...?
>
> Oldbag:
>   I've been recruited again for
>   that part at the trial. You
>   know, the trial tomorrow?
>
> Oldbag:
>   This time, you're gonna get
>   it! I'm gonna work hard to get
>   your client pronounced guilty!
>
> Pearl:
>   But Mr. Engarde hasn't done
>   anything bad...
>
> Oldbag:
>   I don't care about details
>   like that! I know he did my
>   dear poor Juan in! I just do!
>
> Oldbag:
>   That yellow-bellied chicken!
>
> Pearl:
>   A yellow-bellied chicken...?
>   I wonder what that would
>   look like...
>
> Oldbag:
>   I trust my senses. I know when
>   someone did something bad, and
>   I say he did it!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (What did Mr. Engarde ever do
>   to her to deserve this...?)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Engarde's past >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   What did Mr. Engarde do to you
>   to make you so...
>
> Oldbag:
>   You don't know!?
>
> Oldbag:
>   That guy! He framed my Juan!
>
> Oldbag:
>   He created that scandal that
>   plagued poor Juan!
>
> Pearl:
>   Mr. Nick!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Wh-What is it?
>
> Pearl:
>   What's a "skan-dal"?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Oh... Um, I'll tell you about
>   that after we get home, OK?
>
> Oldbag:
>   Poor Juan, led astray by the
>   wiles of that vile
>   temptress...
>
> Pearl:
>   Mr. Nick... What do "viles"
>   and "wile temptress" mean...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Ack!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um, how about we just listen
>   to what Ms. Oldbag has to say
>   for now, OK Pearls?
>
> Phoenix:
>   So, Ms. Oldbag.
>   Who is this "woman" you're
>   talking about...?
>
> Oldbag:
>   ...Adrian Andrews, of course!
>   Who else!?
>
> Oldbag:
>   That guy, he shoved the girl
>   onto Juan on purpose!
>
> Phoenix:
>   His own manager?
>   But why...?
>
> Oldbag:
>   I thought lawyers were smart!
>   It was to create a scandal to
>   make Juan lose face!
>
> Oldbag:
>   That girl drove Juan into a
>   scandal that dragged his
>   reputation through the mud!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Sounds like a pretty standard
>   definition of a scandal to
>   me...)
>
> Phoenix:
>   Why do you know about that
>   anyway, Ms. Oldbag?
>
> Oldbag:
>   I'm one of Juan's biggest
>   fans!
>
> Oldbag:
>   I'm always out there gathering
>   information! There's nothing I
>   don't know!
>
> Phoenix:
>   And do you have proof that
>   Mr. Engarde did what you say
>   he did...?
>
> Oldbag:
>   Next week's issue of a certain
>   magazine says so!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Ugh...
>   Of course.
>   A tabloid...)
>
> Pearl:
>   Next week... Doesn't that mean
>   it's something people don't
>   know about yet...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Why would Ms. Oldbag have
>   information like that...? And
>   where did she get it...?)
>
> Oldbag:
>   Hee hee hee...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

MOVE TO: "Criminal Affairs Dept."

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 21
Police Station
Criminal Affairs Dept.

Pearl:
  Hmm, it doesn't look like
  Mr. Scruffy Detective is
  here...

Phoenix:
  (Great, now even Pearls is
  calling him "Scruffy"...
  Thanks Franziska.)

Phoenix:
  They said something about
  an investigation briefing
  earlier, right?

Phoenix:
  Why don't we come back and
  try again later when they're
  done...

Pearl:
  OK...
  I guess that's all we can do,
  right Mr. Nick?

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Detective on the left ++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   That must be one of the
+   detectives.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   He's mumbling something
+   to himself.
+
+ Detective:
+   "...a break and spit it
+   out, you lowlife scumbag..."
+
+ Detective:
+   "...a turkey sandwich?
+   Don'tcha eat ham every day?
+   Get sick of it or something?"
+
+ Phoenix:
+   ...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   He must be doing image
+   training for interrogations.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Desks ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   These are the detectives'
+   desks.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   There are computers and files
+   on each one. Funny, they're a
+   lot tidier than I expected.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I guess the detectives don't
+   spend a lot of time at their
+   desks.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Chief Detective at the back ++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   This must be the chief
+   of the detectives here.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   He's glued to his computer
+   screen.
+
+ Chief:
+   WHAT!?
+   The Hero of Heroes award
+   ceremony...
+
+ Chief:
+   The grand prize got away from
+   the Jammin' Ninja again!?
+
+ Phoenix:
+   (Shouldn't you be reading
+   something more important...?)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Poster behind the Chief Detective ++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   A poster of a female
+   police officer...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   Wait, no. That's the latest
+   "Babes in Uniform" calendar.
+   My bad.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ The Blue Badger ++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Pearl:
+   Aww, it's kind of cute.
+
+ Pearl:
+   Mr. Nick, what is this stuffed
+   animal's name...?
+
+ Chief:
+   That's the "Blue Badger"!
+
+ Chief:
+   It was my idea! I made it!
+   It's this precinct's mascot,
+   you know.
+
+ Pearl:
+   Oh, wow...
+
+ Chief:
+   I'll get him assigned mascot
+   of every police station, if
+   it's the last thing I do!
+
+ Pearl:
+   I hope you succeed in your
+   mission, sir!
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

MOVE TO: "Hallway"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Present Maya's Magatama*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

*2 PSYCHE-LOCKS*

-- Big Scoop --

Phoenix:
  Lotta, will you please answer
  my questions?

Phoenix:
  On the night of the murder,
  why were you loitering around
  the victim's room?

Lotta:
  I told ya, didn't I?
  For my scoop!

Phoenix:
  What I want to know about
  are the details of this
  "scoop".

Lotta:
  Th-That's not somethin' I
  can tell ya.

Lotta:
  I mean, that there's my bread
  and butter...

Phoenix:
  Alright then. An unpleasant
  tabloid photographer looking
  for a scoop...

Phoenix:
  I'm going to say that you were
  looking into a scandal.

Lotta:
  Grr!

Phoenix:
  Could it be that you, Lotta
  Hart, were looking for a break
  with a huge story?

Phoenix:
  Perhaps an unfolding scandal
  between Juan Corrida and this
  person...?

*** Present something wrong ****************
*
* Phoenix:
*   *TAKE THAT!*
*
* Lotta:
*   Who the heck is that...?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Um...
*
* Lotta:
*   You think us journalists are
*   all a bunch of idiots...?
*   Ya can't fool me!
*
* Lotta:
*   I'm a pro!
*
* Phoenix:
*   O-Oh, really...?
*
* Lotta:
*   So... Who's this person
*   anyway...?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (If you're such a pro, why
*   don't you do your own
*   research and figure it out!)
*
* Phoenix:
*   Um, let's try that again,
*   shall we...?
*
* RETURN TO QUESTION
*
********************************************

*Present Adrian Andrews profile*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Lotta:
  Th-This woman...

Phoenix:
  She's Adrian Andrews, Matt
  Engarde's manager.

Lotta:
  Mmph!

Phoenix:
  The Nickel Samurai's manager,
  caught secretly meeting with
  his rival, the Jammin' Ninja.

Phoenix:
  It would be the hottest story
  of the season, wouldn't it?

*1 LOCK BROKEN*

Lotta:
  You're pretty good at this
  guessin' thing, Mr. Lawyer.

Lotta:
  But ya can't just make up
  any ol' thing and think it'll
  make the papers.

Lotta:
  Ya gotta have backup.

Phoenix:
  Backup...?

Lotta:
  Yeah, yeah.
  Ya gotta have that... that
  what's it... "newsauce"...?

Phoenix:
  ...Um, you mean, "news
  source"...?

Lotta:
  That's it!

Lotta:
  So show me somethin' that
  shows that Juan guy had
  somethin' with Ms. Andrews!

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Lotta:
x   You really think I'm some
x   kind of idiot, don'tcha!?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Huh?
x
x Lotta:
x   Don't ya know pros don't go
x   for a lead without proof it's
x   somethin' worth going after?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Well, if the pro we're talking
x   about is you, then this looks
x   right up your alley...
x
x Lotta:
x   As if!
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Looks like I touched a nerve
x   there...)
x
x Lotta:
x   Now listen here, City Boy.
x   Show me a good, solid newsauce
x   or else!
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Magazine Clipping*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  This is the article from a
  certain weekly tabloid.

Phoenix:
  "Jammin' Midnight
  Rendezvous!?"

Phoenix:
  "...to the mysterious, yet
  beautiful manager to the
  stars, Ms. A. A.!"

Lotta:
  ...Aaah!

Phoenix:
  Mr. Corrida didn't have a
  manager of his own.

Phoenix:
  What's more, his rival,
  Mr. Engarde's manager...
  Adrian Andrews...

Phoenix:
  She has the initials A. A.!

Phoenix:
  You saw this article and then
  thought to take some pictures
  of them as proof.

Phoenix:
  That's why you were lurking
  around Mr. Corrida's door last
  night!

Lotta:
  Waaaaaah!!

*1 LOCK BROKEN*

*UNLOCK SUCCESSFUL*

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

TALK (TO LOTTA)
---------------

>>> Big scoop >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   You were looking into
>   Mr. Corrida and Ms. Andrews'
>   affair, weren't you?
>
> Lotta:
>   You got it! I was gonna get
>   myself a scoop by catchin' 'em
>   in a secret meetin'!
>
> Phoenix:
>   But there's already an article
>   about it in one of the weekly
>   tabloid magazines...
>
> Phoenix:
>   It's no longer breaking news.
>
> Lotta:
>   Whatcha just say!?
>
> Lotta:
>   Her initials are "A. A."
>   What kind of vague thing is
>   that!?
>
> Lotta:
>   That ain't no proof of
>   nothin'! People are gonna
>   wanna see real proof!
>
> Lotta:
>   Well, at least I do.
>   So that's what I was doin'!
>   Getting photos!
>
> Pearl:
>   Oh...
>
> Lotta:
>   I'm gonna whip up the reader's
>   interest with some gossip and
>   a little misleadin'.
>
> Lotta:
>   Then spice it up a little and
>   have myself an exclusive
>   story!
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Wow, Lotta, nice journalistic
>   integrity you got there...)
>
> Lotta:
>   I already finished writin' up
>   my spicy article, ya know.
>
> Lotta:
>   But...
>
> Phoenix:
>   ?
>
> Lotta:
>   The paper I wrote it on,
>   my note to myself, it's gone.
>
> Pearl:
>   Your note to yourself?
>
> Lotta:
>   It was inside the case of my
>   $1,600 camera.
>
> Lotta:
>   They done run off together.
>
> Lotta:
>   I came here for my big story!
>   Didn't come 'ere to have my
>   treasure disappear on me!
>
> Phoenix:
>   Y-Yeah, I understand...
>
> Lotta:
>   It's enough to make a gal go
>   bonkers, I tell ya! What's
>   with people now, anyway!?
>
> Lotta:
>   I never thought I'd see the
>   day when someone done steal
>   somethin' from me.
>
> Phoenix:
>   You really want that
>   note back, huh...?
>
> Phoenix:
>   (I've got no idea why though.
>   The story on that note is
>   probably a bold faced lie...)
>
> *Lotta's Camera updated in the
> Court Record.*
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO LOTTA)
------------------

*** Franziska von Karma profile ************
*
* Lotta:
*   She's got one of them
*   personalities like she's...
*
* Lotta:
*   "whipped" without her "whip"!
*
* Lotta:
*   Ha ha, how's that!?
*   A pun worthy of a joke book,
*   yeah?
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...Sorry, I zoned out.
*
* Lotta:
*   Ah, well, I'll forgive the wax
*   in yer ears this once and tell
*   it to ya one more time.
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Criminal Affairs Dept."

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 21
Police Station
Criminal Affairs Dept.

Phoenix:
  Detective Gumshoe said they
  had an investigation
  briefing...

Pearl:
  Yeah...
  Oh! He's back!

Gumshoe:
  Hey, so you came, pal.

Phoenix:
  Why the blunt greeting?

Gumshoe:
  Um, because there's nothing
  to be friendly or happy about.

Phoenix:
  What do you mean by that?

Gumshoe:
  Well, things look perfect this
  time around. The evidence and
  testimony are airtight...

Phoenix:
  But... But...
  We can't just roll over and
  die! We have to stay positive!

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Detective on the left ++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   That must be one of the
+   detectives.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   He's mumbling something
+   to himself.
+
+ Detective:
+   "Freeze! Police!
+   Everyone against the wall,
+   hands where I can see 'em!"
+
+ Detective:
+   "Hey, what are you doing,
+   Gumshoe!? Their hands, not
+   yours!"
+
+ Phoenix:
+   ...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   He must be doing image
+   training for arrests.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO GUMSHOE)
-----------------

>>> Airtight evidence >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So what do you mean the
>   evidence is airtight...?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   I can't give you all the
>   details, pal, but there's two
>   big pieces.
>
> Pearl:
>   T-Two!?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   And both of them are in this
>   photo.
>
> Gumshoe:
>   The first is the button that's
>   missing from the victim's
>   chest.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Hmm... That's the button that
>   you found during your body
>   search of Mr. Engarde...
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Yup. I found it in the folds
>   of the Nickel Samurai's
>   special pants.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um...
>   Uh...
>   And the second one is...?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   The knife in his chest, pal.
>   The fingerprints on the knife
>   in his chest, to be exact.
>
> Pearl:
>   Fingerprints...?
>   Um... Whose are they?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   You didn't even have to ask,
>   little missy. It's obvious.
>   They're Matt Engarde's.
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Tomorrow's trial... Talk
>   about being stuck between a
>   rock and a hard place...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Airtight testimony >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So what about this "airtight
>   testimony"...?
>
> Gumshoe:
>   It's that old security lady,
>   Ms. Oldbag.
>
> Phoenix:
>   I thought so...
>
> Gumshoe:
>   What do you mean, you thought
>   so? Did she tell you some-
>   thing, pal?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Um, well...
>
> Gumshoe:
>   And I even told her not to
>   open that mouth of hers and
>   blab to anyone...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Her blab knob is stuck on
>   ten, and there's no turning it
>   down... Trust me.)
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Yeah, well...
>   Ms. Oldbag saw it all, pal.
>
> Gumshoe:
>   She saw Mr. Engarde come out
>   of the victim's room around
>   the estimated time of death.
>
> Pearl:
>   N-No way!
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Celeste Inpax >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Gumshoe:
>   She was the victim's manager
>   and was also Ms. Adrian
>   Andrews' mentor.
>
> Gumshoe:
>   It's been two years since her
>   suicide, and now those two are
>   linked again by another death.
>
> Gumshoe:
>   Or maybe it's just a
>   coincidence...?
>   But...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO GUMSHOE)
--------------------

*** Guitar Case ****************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   What can you tell me about
*   this guitar case...?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Oh, that.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   This is just what I heard,
*   pal, but that's the Jammin'
*   Ninja's signature item.
*
* Pearl:
*   But... The guitar wasn't in
*   his hotel room...
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Yeah, we looked for it too.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   It's not normal for a person
*   to forget to bring their most
*   famous item to an award show.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (It's starting to sound like
*   that red guitar is related to
*   this case after all...)
*
********************************************

*** Wine Glass *****************************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   The stuff in that glass is
*   tomato juice, pal.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Tomato juice...
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I heard the victim really
*   loved that stuff.
*   Favorite drink in the world.
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...It was his favorite drink?
*   (First time I've heard
*   that...)
*
********************************************

*** Magazine Clipping **********************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   We're pretty interested in
*   this bit of gossip ourselves.
*
* Phoenix:
*   The scandal with Mr. Corrida?
*   But why?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Well, two years ago...
*
* Gumshoe:
*   A woman committed suicide.
*
* Pearl:
*   Suicide...
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Her name was Celeste Inpax.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   And she was Juan Corrida's
*   manager.
*
* Phoenix:
*   The victim's manager...?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   But that's not all, pal.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Ms. Inpax was Ms. Adrian
*   Andrews' mentor...
*
* Gumshoe:
*   She taught Ms. Andrews
*   everything she knew about the
*   business from square one.
*
* Pearl:
*   Her mentor...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (A woman who was both
*   Mr. Corrida's manager and
*   Ms. Andrews' mentor...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Could her suicide have
*   something to do with this
*   case...?)
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Do you want to know more
*   about her, pal?
*
********************************************

*** Juan Corrida profile *******************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   I'm not a real fan of action
*   shows or anything...
*
* Gumshoe:
*   But I know who Juan Corrida
*   and Matt Engarde are.
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Juan Corrida, though, he was
*   always desperately trying to
*   be better than Matt Engarde.
*
********************************************

*** Adrian Andrews profile *****************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   There's something interesting
*   about this woman, pal.
*
* Phoenix:
*   And what is that?
*
* Gumshoe:
*   You don't know?
*   Haven't you heard the gossip
*   about her?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Gossip, huh...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I wonder if he knows anything
*   about that article...)
*
********************************************

*** Anything else **************************
*
* Gumshoe:
*   If I'm caught leaking info to
*   you here in the precinct,
*
* Gumshoe:
*   my neck's gonna be in a
*   ringer, pal.
*
* Pearl:
*   Y-Your neck!?
*   No!
*
* Gumshoe:
*   Ah, I mean my "neck" as a
*   joke...
*
* Gumshoe:
*   But yeah, ask me about things
*   that have to do with the case
*   only, alright pal?
*
********************************************

--------------------------------------------

*AFTER TALKING TO GUMSHOE ABOUT "Celeste Inpax"*

Gumshoe:
  Waaah!

von Karma:
  I'm getting sick of dealing
  with one foolish idiot after
  another...

Gumshoe:
  M-M-Ms. von Karma!

von Karma:
  You can't seem to stop allying
  yourself with the enemy, can
  you?

von Karma:
  I don't need a traitor in my
  midst.

Gumshoe:
  Y-Y-You don't...
  You don't mean...

von Karma:
  I do.
  Scruffy.

von Karma:
  You have thirty minutes to get
  out of here. You are no longer
  needed. Good bye.

Pearl:
  Th-That's...

Gumshoe:
  W-Wait...
  Please wait, sir!

Gumshoe:
  If I don't get this month's
  pay, I'll star--

von Karma:
  Quiet!

von Karma:
  If it weren't for traitors
  like you...

? ? ?:
  "I would've won."
  Is that what you want to say?

von Karma:
  ...!
  Wh-Who!?

Phoenix:
  That voice...

Phoenix:
  E-Edgeworth!!

Edgeworth:
  It's been a long time...
  Wright.

Pearl:
  Th-This person...
  This is Mr. Edgeworth?

Edgeworth:
  What am I going to do with
  you...?

Edgeworth:
  Still blaming others when
  things go wrong?

Edgeworth:
  You haven't changed a bit,
  Franziska.

von Karma:
  ...
  ...

von Karma:
  ...
  Y... You...

von Karma:
  How dare you show your face
  to me without a shred of shame
  upon it!?

von Karma:
  You've soiled the Von Karma
  name and dragged it through
  the mud.

von Karma:
  Run away with your tail
  between your legs like the
  ill-bred dog you are!

Edgeworth:
  Are you talking about the Von
  Karma family creed? "To be
  perfect in every way..."

Edgeworth:
  Then let's hear it, Franziska.
  How are things going?

Edgeworth:
  I hear you are having a rough
  time maintaining perfection in
  this country.

von Karma:
  Y-You!

Edgeworth:
  You seem to be getting
  crushed under the weight of
  it all.

Edgeworth:
  That's why I came back.

von Karma:
  Keep your assumptions to
  yourself!

von Karma:
  I... I haven't given in yet!
  I won't lose!

von Karma:
  This case is mine!
  I'll never hand it over to
  you! Never!

von Karma:
  Mr. Phoenix Wright!

von Karma:
  I will see you tomorrow...
  In court.

von Karma:
  It will be a clinical lesson
  on the meaning of "total
  victory"!

Edgeworth:
  Hmph. Still the same wild
  mare she always was.

Phoenix:
  ...

MOVE TO: "Engarde's Hotel Room"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 21
Gatewater Hotel
Engarde's Hotel Room

Pearl:
  ...Hmm, looks like Ms. Andrews
  isn't here.

Phoenix:
  That's not good.
  I still have a few questions I
  want to ask her...

Pearl:
  And she has that Psyche-Lock
  on her heart, right?

Phoenix:
  ...Well, we don't have much of
  a choice. I guess we'll have
  to come back later.

MOVE TO: "Criminal Affairs Dept."

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Detective on the left ++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   That must be one of the
+   detectives.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   He's mumbling something
+   to himself.
+
+ Detective:
+   "Hang in there! You'll be OK,
+   buddy! You're not injured that
+   badly! A hang nail isn't..."
+
+ Detective:
+   "...H-Hey. Gumshoe!
+   GUMSHOE!
+   GUMSHOOOOOOOOOE!!"
+
+ Phoenix:
+   ...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   He must be doing image
+   training for when a fellow
+   officer is injured.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO EDGEWORTH)
-------------------

>>> Tomorrow's trial >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   I thought you, the Prosecutor
>   Miles Edgeworth, had gone and
>   died!
>
> Pearl:
>   Mr. Nick!
>
> Phoenix:
>   I... I never wanted to see you
>   again!
>
> Edgeworth:
>   I think that's enough of a
>   "warm welcome" for someone
>   you haven't seen in a year...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Are you going to run
>   tomorrow's trial...?
>
> Edgeworth:
>   ...You heard her, right?
>
> Edgeworth:
>   That wild mare hasn't given
>   in yet, it seems.
>
> Edgeworth:
>   So, no, I don't think I'll be
>   making an appearance.
>
> Pearl:
>   ...
>
> Edgeworth:
>   Your hatred for me is quite
>   unhealthy. Not to mention
>   one-sided.
>
> Edgeworth:
>   But I will say one thing...
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...
>
> Edgeworth:
>   You can't win on your own
>   at the trial tomorrow.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (What is that supposed to
>   mean...?)
>
> Edgeworth:
>   I have something definitive
>   that you lack.
>
> Edgeworth:
>   And that's the definition of
>   teamwork. It's the power to
>   find the truth.
>
> Phoenix:
>   "The truth"...?
>
> Edgeworth:
>   In order to understand this
>   case, you have to understand
>   a certain "truth".
>
> Edgeworth:
>   ...Well, if you ever feel the
>   need for my assistance, it is
>   available to you.
>
> Edgeworth:
>   I'm not in charge of this
>   case, so I can be a bit more
>   generous with information.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Just what is going on inside
>   his head...?)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> "Proof of Von Karma blood" >>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Edgeworth:
>   A lot of things may have
>   happened, however Manfred von
>   Karma was still my mentor.
>
> Edgeworth:
>   And a "perfect win record" is
>   proof of a Von Karma.
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...One year ago,
>
> Phoenix:
>   you could not establish guilt
>   in a few cases...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Are those losses the reason
>   you suddenly disappeared from
>   the Prosecutor's Office?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Did you leave because you
>   had lost your "perfect
>   win record"...?
>
> Edgeworth:
>   ...
>
> Phoenix:
>   To think your motivation for
>   prosecuting trials was so
>   selfish...
>
> Phoenix:
>   It'd been better for everyone
>   if you never came back from
>   the dead, Edgeworth!
>
> Edgeworth:
>   ...
>
> Edgeworth:
>   I see. Then let me ask you
>   something.
>
> Edgeworth:
>   Why do YOU stand in the
>   courtroom?
>   What is your reason?
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Why stand in court? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   Well, if it was Franziska, she
>   would almost definitely say,
>
> --------------------------------------------
>
> von Karma
>   "I will defeat you this time!"
>   the instant she saw me.
>
> --------------------------------------------
>
> Phoenix:
>   But...
>
> Phoenix:
>   The courtroom is not a
>   personal battlefield for
>   prosecutors and lawyers.
>
> Phoenix:
>   I stand in the courtroom to
>   defend my client.
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...To save their lives.
>
> Edgeworth:
>   To save your client, you say?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Those who think only of their
>   own ego-driven goals...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Those kind of prosecutors
>   are reprehensible to me.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Even if you're a "prodigy"...
>
> Phoenix:
>   Or someone like you,
>   Edgeworth...
>
> Edgeworth:
>   ...
>
> Edgeworth:
>   It looks like there is still a
>   lot you have yet to learn.
>
> Phoenix:
>   "A lot I have yet to learn"?
>   Me...?
>
> Edgeworth:
>   ...Hmph.
>
> Edgeworth:
>   Well, that's enough for now.
>   The time when you will see is
>   coming soon enough...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> Missing suicide note >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Edgeworth:
>   Ms. Inpax's death was most
>   certainly a suicide. Of that
>   there is no mistake.
>
> Edgeworth:
>   However, we could not find
>   her suicide note.
>
> Edgeworth:
>   That's when the police began
>   to suspect that someone had
>   hidden it.
>
> Phoenix:
>   The suicide note?
>
> Phoenix:
>   But how do you know Ms. Inpax
>   had even written such a note?
>
> Edgeworth:
>   There was no solid evidence,
>   however...
>
> Edgeworth:
>   We did find traces of ink on
>   her right index finger.
>
> Edgeworth:
>   Which makes the likelihood
>   of a suicide note very high.
>
> Phoenix:
>   But who would hide such a
>   thing...?
>
> Edgeworth:
>   The police think it was
>   Mr. Juan Corrida himself.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Th-The victim...?
>
> Edgeworth:
>   He was the one who found her
>   body.
>
> Edgeworth:
>   Which makes him the only
>   person who had a chance to
>   hide her suicide note.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Mr. Corrida hid his own
>   manager's suicide note...?
>   But why...?)
>
> Edgeworth:
>   As long as her note is
>   missing, any speculation
>   beyond this is meaningless...
>
> Edgeworth:
>   For now, I think you should
>   look this over.
>
> Edgeworth:
>   This is the suicide report...
>   Part one anyway...
>
> Phoenix:
>   (Part one...?)
>
> *Suicide Report added to
> the Court Record.*
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> "Co-dependency" >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   So, how are "Adrian Andrews"
>   and "co-dependency" related?
>
> Edgeworth:
>   Adrian Andrews' attempt at
>   suicide...
>
> Edgeworth:
>   was a few days after the death
>   of Celeste Inpax.
>
> Phoenix:
>   And...?
>
> Edgeworth:
>   And why did Adrian Andrews
>   think about committing
>   suicide...?
>
> Edgeworth:
>   Quite possibly because she had
>   "lost her will to live."
>
> Phoenix:
>   Lost her will...?
>   But why would she...?
>
> Edgeworth:
>   Her pillar of strength, her
>   mentor Celeste Inpax, was
>   gone forever. That's why.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Wh-Why would that...?
>
> Pearl:
>   Is this what they call,
>   "following someone to the
>   grave"...?
>
> Edgeworth:
>   After her attempted suicide,
>   Adrian Andrews started
>   attending counseling sessions.
>
> Edgeworth:
>   She is a person who looks for
>   someone she can trust
>   unconditionally.
>
> Edgeworth:
>   And once she finds that
>   someone, she blindly follows
>   them.
>
> Edgeworth:
>   Without someone to guide her,
>   she feels uneasy and can't
>   carry herself through life.
>
> Phoenix:
>   ...!
>
> Phoenix:
>   And that's...
>   That's her "co-dependency"...?
>
> Edgeworth:
>   When Celeste Inpax suddenly
>   committed suicide,
>
> Edgeworth:
>   the world before her turned
>   pitch dark... That's according
>   to Adrian Andrews herself.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Then...
>   That means her super-confident
>   attitude...
>
> Edgeworth:
>   It's all a façade.
>
> Edgeworth:
>   She's only copying her
>   mentor's behavior to hold
>   herself together.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (How terrible...)
>
> *Attempted Suicide Report
> added to the Court Record.*
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO EDGEWORTH)
----------------------

*** Suicide Report *************************
*
* Edgeworth:
*   I don't like to look through
*   reports.
*
* Edgeworth:
*   I like suicide reports even
*   less.
*
* Edgeworth:
*   Worst of all are the reports
*   that have multiple parts like
*   that one. That has two.
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...Two parts?
*
* Edgeworth:
*   What you just handed me is
*   the first part of the report...
*   Here is the second part.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (The second part of the
*   report is about an
*   attempted suicide...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   The attempter's name...!
*   It's "Adrian Andrews"!
*
* Pearl:
*   M-Ms. Andrews...?
*   Um, what did she do?
*
* Phoenix:
*   She...
*   She tried to kill herself...?
*
* Phoenix:
*   She doesn't seem like the kind
*   of person to try and kill
*   herself...
*
* Edgeworth:
*   You think she's a strong
*   career woman?
*   That is just her image.
*
* Edgeworth:
*   Adrian Andrews... She has a
*   certain secret she's always
*   trying to hide.
*
* Pearl:
*   A secret...?
*
* Edgeworth:
*   ...Her "co-dependency".
*   That's the key word.
*
* Phoenix:
*   ("Co-dependency"... The word
*   most unsuited to describing
*   that woman...)
*
********************************************

*** Attempted Suicide Report ***************
*
* Edgeworth:
*   Appearances can be
*   deceiving.
*
* Edgeworth:
*   It's such a cliché saying...
*   But it's cliché because it's
*   true.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Ms. Andrews...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (To think that behind that
*   unwavering, brave front...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (She's been hiding this
*   weakness in fear...)
*
********************************************

*** Juan Corrida profile *******************
*
* Edgeworth:
*   There is an interesting rumor
*   about this man...
*
* Phoenix:
*   You mean the one about
*   Ms. Andrews getting close to
*   him?
*
* Phoenix:
*   But that's pretty common
*   tabloid fare, isn't it?
*
* Edgeworth:
*   I don't take things at face
*   value when there's more to be
*   found...
*
********************************************

*** Matt Engarde profile *******************
*
* Edgeworth:
*   While I was abroad,
*
* Edgeworth:
*   these deplorable types of
*   actors became popular, I
*   take it.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Well, "refreshing like a
*   spring breeze" is his motto...
*
* Edgeworth:
*   "R-Refreshing"!?
*   And what is so refreshing
*   about a spring breeze!?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Sounds like the pollen is not
*   treating him well this
*   year...)
*
********************************************

*** Adrian Andrews profile *****************
*
* Edgeworth:
*   Adrian Andrews...
*
* Edgeworth:
*   She holds a large secret
*   within herself.
*
* Phoenix:
*   A secret...?
*
* Edgeworth:
*   You can't help but feel that
*   this whole case revolves
*   around her...
*
********************************************

*** Celeste Inpax profile ******************
*
* Edgeworth:
*   Hmm... This woman is another
*   key to the case.
*
* Phoenix:
*   D-Do you really think so?
*
* Edgeworth:
*   She was Adrian Andrews'
*   mentor a long time ago,
*
* Edgeworth:
*   but suddenly, she was called
*   away by a production, and
*   became Juan Corrida's manager.
*
* Edgeworth:
*   And then, a few months
*   later...
*   Celeste Inpax died.
*
* Phoenix:
*   B-But her death was a
*   suicide, right?
*
* Edgeworth:
*   Yes.
*
* Edgeworth:
*   But there is still one riddle
*   left unsolved...
*
* Phoenix:
*   A riddle...?
*
* Edgeworth:
*   Her suicide note.
*
* Edgeworth:
*   It went missing.
*   No one could find it.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (A suicide note that just
*   vanished, huh...)
*
********************************************

*** Any other evidence *********************
*
* Edgeworth:
*   I have no interest in talking
*   about useless evidence.
*
* Edgeworth:
*   Put a little more thought into
*   what you show me... Phoenix
*   Wright.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Still as stuck up as ever...)
*
********************************************

*** Any other profile **********************
*
* Edgeworth:
*   We are looking into leads,
*
* Edgeworth:
*   but we can only look into a
*   few key players with our
*   limited resources.
*
* Edgeworth:
*   There's no reason for us to
*   waste our energy investigating
*   this person.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Why don't you just tell it to
*   me straight and say, "I don't
*   have any info"?)
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Detention Center"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

PRESENT (TO ENGARDE)
--------------------

*** Magazine Clipping **********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   What do you think about this
*   article...?
*
* Engarde:
*   ...
*   Hmph.
*
* Engarde:
*   If you're talking about her
*   thing with Juan,
*
* Engarde:
*   I always thought she was a bit
*   careless in the way she
*   handled it...
*
* Engarde:
*   ...
*
* Phoenix:
*   And that's it?
*
* Engarde:
*   ...That's it.
*
********************************************

*** Adrian Andrews profile *****************
*
* Engarde:
*   That's my manager.
*   Did you meet her?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Uh, yeah.
*
* Engarde:
*   What do you think?
*   Strong woman, right?
*
* Engarde:
*   And she takes good care of
*   me...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (...You're such a mama's
*   boy...)
*
* Engarde:
*   ...
*
********************************************

*** Celeste Inpax profile ******************
*
* Engarde:
*   ...
*
* Phoenix:
*   ...?
*
* Engarde:
*   ...
*
* Pearl:
*   Um... What's wrong?
*
* Engarde:
*   How much do you know...?
*
* Phoenix:
*   Wh-What do you mean "how
*   much"...?
*
* Engarde:
*   ...Mr. Lawyer.
*
* Engarde:
*   I may be your client...
*
* Engarde:
*   But...
*
* Engarde:
*   I hope you will keep yourself
*   out of my personal life.
*
* Phoenix:
*   A-Ah, no, I would never...
*
* Engarde:
*   ...
*   ...
*
* Engarde:
*   Now, if you'll excuse me...
*
* Engarde:
*   I have a lunch appointment I
*   have to keep...
*
* Phoenix:
*   (You're in DETENTION! Who in
*   thw world are you going to eat
*   with!? The security guard!?)
*
* Pearl:
*   Mr. Nick...?
*
* Phoenix:
*   This Celeste Inpax lady...
*
* Phoenix:
*   Somehow, I get the feeling
*   she is a very important person
*   in all this...
*
********************************************

MOVE TO: "Engarde's Hotel Room"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 21
Gatewater Hotel
Engarde's Hotel Room

Pearl:
  ...Oh! Ms. Andrews is here.

Pearl:
  But it looks like she's
  talking with someone...

Phoenix:
  (That's...
  Franziska von Karma!)

Pearl:
  Ms. von Karma...?

von Karma:
  What are you doing here!?

Phoenix:
  Um, well, you see...
  I'm his lawyer, so...

von Karma:
  You've got some nerve,
  following me around...

Phoenix:
  Following you...?

Pearl:
  Th-That's you, Ms. von Karma!
  You're the one doing the
  following!

Phoenix:
  Pearls...

Pearl:
  You're always following after
  that Mr. Detective with the
  little beard!

von Karma:
  ...Me?
  Following after Scruffy...?
  Don't make me laugh.

von Karma:
  I'll show you something
  interesting...
  little girl.

...*beep* *beep*...
      ...*beep* *beep*...
           ...*beep* *beep*...

Pearl:
  Wh-What is that?

von Karma:
  An electromagnetic receiver.

von Karma:
  I planted a tracking device on
  that detective.

von Karma:
  And with this, I know that
  fool's every move.

Phoenix:
  (So that noise we heard
  was this receiver...)

Phoenix:
  (I feel really sorry for poor
  Detective Gumshoe now...)

von Karma:
  Now then...

von Karma:
  Let's stop wasting time.

von Karma:
  Adrian Andrews!

Andrews:
  Y-Yes...?

von Karma:
  Think hard about what we just
  discussed. Understood!?

Andrews:
  A-Alright...

Andrews:
  ...

Phoenix:
  (What were those two talking
  about...?)

Pearl:
  Ms. Andrews...
  She seems a little dazed,
  doesn't she?

Andrews:
  ...

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Present Maya's Magatama*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

*4 PSYCHE-LOCKS*

-- Motive for Murder --

Phoenix:
  Why was Juan Corrida murdered?

Phoenix:
  If you ask me, I think you
  know the reason he was killed.

Andrews:
  Hmm...

Phoenix:
  Why are you hiding things?

Phoenix:
  Don't you realize you're
  putting Mr. Engarde's life in
  danger by your actions?

Andrews:
  ...
  Why do you ask questions
  for which I have no answer?

Andrews:
  The truth is, I was not that
  close to Mr. Corrida.

Phoenix:
  You were not that close...?

Andrews:
  That's right.
  I've never been good at being
  intimate with another person.

Phoenix:
  You are not good at being
  intimate with another person?
  Somehow, I highly doubt that.

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Andrews:
x   I'm very bad at connecting
x   with people. They're so
x   depressing for the most part.
x
x Phoenix:
x   Um...
x
x Andrews:
x   But I especially dislike
x   feeble-minded individuals.
x
x Phoenix:
x   Yes, well...
x
x Andrews:
x   That's why I don't think I
x   could ever be intimate with
x   you.
x
x Phoenix:
x   (So... I guess she's saying
x   I'm both depressing and
x   stupid...?)
x
x Phoenix:
x   But I am certain you were
x   very close with the victim.
x
x Andrews:
x   Say that all you like, but you
x   still don't have any proof.
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Magazine Clipping*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  You and Mr. Corrida had an
  intimate relationship, did you
  not...?

Andrews:
  ...
  A silly third-rate tabloid
  article.

Andrews:
  If you even had half your wits
  about you, you wouldn't
  believe such rubbish.

Phoenix:
  Well, it seems quite a few
  people bought into this
  story.

Andrews:
  Hmph.
  As to be expected in a world
  filled with crooks and liars.

Phoenix:
  (...Note to self: Stay on her
  good side.)

Andrews:
  In any case, I despise
  interpersonal relationships
  like that.

Phoenix:
  I see...
  However...

Phoenix:
  What if there was a need for
  you to get close to
  someone...?

Andrews:
  Me? Need to get close to
  Mr. Corrida? As if there was
  ever such a need.

Phoenix:
  Didn't you get close to
  Mr. Corrida for this person's
  sake...?

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Andrews:
x   ...Do you really still not
x   understand?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Wh-What?
x
x Andrews:
x   It's not in my nature to
x   enjoy doing things for
x   others.
x
x Phoenix:
x   B-But... You're a manager...
x
x Andrews:
x   It's called a job.
x
x Andrews:
x   I am in charge of Mr. Engarde
x   the star, not Matt Engarde
x   the man.
x
x Phoenix:
x   O-Oh.
x
x Andrews:
x   And you are not my client.
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Is this my subtle hint to "go
x   home"...?)
x
x Phoenix:
x   But...
x
x Phoenix:
x   I know you must have had
x   a need to get close to the
x   victim.
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Celeste Inpax profile*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  Celeste Inpax, your mentor.

Andrews:
  Why do you know about
  Celeste!?

*1 LOCK BROKEN*

Phoenix:
  Ms. Inpax...
  She committed suicide,
  didn't she?

Andrews:
  ...

Phoenix:
  But it looks like no one knows
  why.

Phoenix:
  Right before her death, she
  was Juan Corrida's manager.

Phoenix:
  So, I believe you got close to
  Mr. Corrida so you could find
  out more about her suicide.

Andrews:
  ...Y-You have a great
  imagination.

Andrews:
  You may have a future yet as
  a slimy muckraker for a putrid
  third-rate tabloid!

Phoenix:
  M-Ms. Andrews...?

Andrews:
  Th-There was no mystery
  surrounding her death.
  None.

Andrews:
  It would be pointless for me
  to force myself into a
  relationship for nothing!

Phoenix:
  (Is that really true...?
  Was there really no mystery
  at all?)

Phoenix:
  I don't believe you were
  completely at ease with the
  way her suicide was resolved!

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Andrews:
x   Get a hold of yourself.
x
x Phoenix:
x   Huh?
x
x Andrews:
x   If you want advice on doing
x   yourself in, I suggest asking
x   someone, like the police.
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Which translates to...
x   "Go take a long walk off a
x   short pier"...?)
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Suicide Report*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  ...Ms. Inpax's suicide note
  was never found, was it?

Andrews:
  ...!

Phoenix:
  It looks like the police were
  under the suspicion that
  someone had hidden it.

Phoenix:
  Like maybe the person who
  discovered her body,
  Mr. Corrida.

Andrews:
  J... Juan?

Phoenix:
  And, Ms. Andrews, I believe
  you thought the same thing!

Phoenix:
  That is why you became
  intimate with Mr. Corrida!

*1 LOCK BROKEN*

Andrews:
  I-I've sat by quietly and
  listened to your insulting
  ramblings long enough!

Phoenix:
  ...

Andrews:
  It's true that Celeste was my
  mentor, however, allow me to
  say this again:

Andrews:
  It had nothing to do with me!

Andrews:
  I didn't even know that her
  suicide note was never found!

Andrews:
  I'm a person who doesn't care
  about what goes on in the
  lives of others!

Phoenix:
  (That's the impression you
  like to give, however...)

Phoenix:
  I don't think that's who you
  really are.

Andrews:
  What?

Phoenix:
  I have evidence that says
  otherwise.

Phoenix:
  This is proof that Celeste
  Inpax was someone very
  special to you...

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Phoenix:
x   Well, how about it,
x   Ms. Andrews?
x
x Andrews:
x   I'm sure even those among your
x   lawyer colleagues find it hard
x   to hate you.
x
x Phoenix:
x   ...?
x
x Andrews:
x   They probably pity you.
x   After all, you are dangerously
x   close to being a failure.
x
x Phoenix:
x   "Pity"...?
x
x Andrews:
x   Although, thanks to your
x   little spectacle, I feel much
x   better about myself.
x
x Phoenix:
x   (*sigh* This evidence isn't
x   strong enough to give up
x   the truth.)
x
x Andrews:
x   ...By now, even someone like
x   you should understand.
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Attempted Suicide Report*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  Ms. Andrews... You...
  You went through it too,
  didn't you?

Andrews:
  Went through what?

Phoenix:
  A suicide.

Andrews:
  ...!

Phoenix:
  Ms. Andrews, you look and act
  like a very strong woman who
  has it all together.

Phoenix:
  You don't ask for anyone's
  help and you live by yourself.

Andrews:
  Y-Yes. I've been very
  independent ever since I can
  remember...

Phoenix:
  However, that is all just a
  lie.
  A façade.

Andrews:
  ...

Phoenix:
  You've always searched out
  people on whom you can depend
  on.

Andrews:
  Th-That's...!

Phoenix:
  You were dependent on
  Ms. Inpax, weren't you?

Phoenix:
  Which is why...

Phoenix:
  When she passed away, you lost
  everything you had.

Andrews:
  S-Stop!

*1 LOCK BROKEN*

Andrews:
  ...

Andrews:
  When Celeste passed away
  so suddenly like that...

Andrews:
  I died a death of my own.
  But...

Andrews:
  No matter how hard I tried, I
  couldn't stop thinking about
  what had become of her note.

Phoenix:
  You must have heard about the
  police report...

Phoenix:
  The one that said the police
  suspected Mr. Corrida of
  hiding Ms. Inpax's note...

Phoenix:
  You heard about it, and
  thought to recover it from him
  by getting close, am I right?

Andrews:
  ...

Phoenix:
  If that's the case, then
  everything changes.

Andrews:
  Wh-What do you mean?

Phoenix:
  What topic did we start this
  conversation on again?

Andrews:
  It was "why was the victim
  killed"...

Phoenix:
  Exactly.

Phoenix:
  Somehow, Ms. Andrews...

Phoenix:
  It seems that you have become
  the one most likely to want
  Mr. Corrida dead...

Andrews:
  M-Me...?

Phoenix:
  Ms. Inpax was everything to
  you.

Phoenix:
  ...And then she died.

Phoenix:
  And you would do anything to
  find out why she killed
  herself.

Phoenix:
  ...Even commit murder.

Andrews:
  Murder...!?

*1 LOCK BROKEN*

*UNLOCK SUCCESSFUL*

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

TALK (TO ANDREWS)
-----------------

>>> Motive for murder >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Andrews:
>   It's true. I am a woman who
>   can only live in insecurity.
>
> Andrews:
>   I'm physically small, and I
>   don't really have a lot of
>   self-confidence.
>
> Andrews:
>   I've pushed against all that,
>   though... I've tried to live
>   strongly.
>
> Andrews:
>   I never wanted anyone to find
>   out the truth...
>
> Pearl:
>   Ms. Andrews...
>
> Andrews:
>   This one thing... It's the one
>   thing I wanted to take with
>   me to the grave...
>
> Andrews:
>   It was my secret.
>   Mine and mine alone.
>
> Phoenix:
>   I... I'm sorry.
>
> Andrews:
>   You probably think I'm a
>   worthless human being right
>   now, don't you?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Please, Ms. Andrews.
>   All I want to know is the
>   truth.
>
> Andrews:
>   After Celeste passed away,
>   I heard that someone had
>   hidden her suicide note...
>
> Andrews:
>   And that someone was Juan
>   Corrida.
>
> Andrews:
>   Celeste...
>   Without her...
>
> Andrews:
>   Without her, I became scared.
>   Everything... Everyone seemed
>   like they were out to get me.
>
> Phoenix:
>   So you got close to
>   Mr. Corrida to recover her
>   suicide note, correct?
>
> Andrews:
>   ...
>
> Andrews:
>   Looks like that tabloid
>   reported the truth after all.
>   Ironic, isn't it?
>
> Phoenix:
>   Well, like they say, where
>   there's smoke, there's fire.
>
> Andrews:
>   And if they purposely add fuel
>   to the fire, they keep the
>   celebrity world burning.
>
> Pearl:
>   ...
>
> Andrews:
>   But as for the suicide note?
>   I didn't and wouldn't kill
>   anyone for it.
>
> Andrews:
>   It just doesn't suit me,
>   that's all.
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

--------------------------------------------

*AFTER TALKING TO ANDREWS*

Andrews:
  ...
  Well, that's enough for now. I
  still have work to do, so...

Phoenix:
  I understand.

Andrews:
  Oh, I have one small favor to
  ask.

Andrews:
  My... attempted suicide...
  I'd like for you to keep it a
  secret.

Pearl:
  Ms. Andrews...

Andrews:
  If... If people found out
  about my weakness...

Andrews:
  I... I would sooner choose
  to die than live.

Phoenix:
  A-A-Alright!
  I understand!
  We'll keep it a secret!

Phoenix:
  (Ms. Andrews... I guess she's
  the "always thinking" type...)

Phoenix:
  (She never says anything
  carelessly, it seems...)

Andrews:
  Thank you very much.

Pearl:
  Mr. Nick... Can I ask you
  something...?

Phoenix:
  What is it?

Pearl:
  Ms. Andrews has been playing
  with that card in her hand
  since a little while back...

Phoenix:
  (That card...?
  Yeah, I guess she has...)

Phoenix:
  Ms. Andrews, what is that card
  you're holding...?

Andrews:
  Huh?
  O-Oh, this?

Andrews:
  I don't quite know.
  It just suddenly appeared in
  my handbag...

Phoenix:
  What is it?
  It looks like... A seashell?

Andrews:
  That's what it looks like,
  doesn't it?

Andrews:
  I honestly don't remember
  owning this card... I wonder
  where I picked it up from...?

Phoenix:
  (Her not remembering something
  clearly? Sounds like it would
  be a rare occurence.)

Andrews:
  Well, I must be off.
  I leave Mr. Engarde in your
  "capable" hands.

MOVE TO: "Hallway"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 21
Gatewater Hotel
Hallway

Phoenix:
  Well, I think we've gathered
  about all we can...

Pearl:
  Wh-What about Mystic Maya?
  Is she alright...?

Phoenix:
  (Oh, Pearls... She looks so
  worn out by all this...)

Phoenix:
  (She hasn't slept at all, and
  has been walking all over the
  place with me today...)

Pearl:
  What's wrong, Mr. Nick?

Phoenix:
  Let's go back to the office
  for a little while.
  You're really tired, right?

Pearl:
  Oh, no!

Pearl:
  I'm OK. Really!
  ...
  I'm fine. I really am.

Phoenix:
  (You don't look fine to me...)

MOVE TO: "Criminal Affairs Dept."

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 21
Police Station
Criminal Affairs Dept.

Pearl:
  There's no one here.
  Everyone's gone.

Pearl:
  I wonder if the three of them
  went to eat together!

Phoenix:
  ...I don't think they'd ever
  do that. They're probably in
  yet another meeting.

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Detective on the left ++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   That must be one of the
+   detectives.
+
+ Phoenix:
+   He's mumbling something
+   to himself.
+
+ Detective:
+   "Can't dig through the cereal
+   box..."
+
+ Detective:
+   "Can't dig for the prize...
+   Will lose sight of the target
+   and ruin the cereal..."
+
+ Phoenix:
+   ...
+
+ Phoenix:
+   He must be doing image
+   training for a stake-out.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

MOVE TO: "Wright & Co. Law Offices"

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 21
Wright & Co. Law Offices

Pearl:
  So!
  What now?

Phoenix:
  Well, we did find one thing
  out for sure.
  Ms. Andrews has a motive.

Pearl:
  You mean Ms. Inpax's
  suicide note...?

Phoenix:
  That's right. She was also the
  one to discover the victim's
  body. Clever...

...*beep beep beep*...

Pearl:
  Ah!
  Mr. Nick!
  The transceiver!

...*beep*...

Phoenix:
  Hello!?
  This is the law office of
  Wright & Co!

? ? ?:
  ...Mr. Attorney, you're not
  answering a phone.

Phoenix:
  M-Maya!
  Where's Maya!?

? ? ?:
  As I promised, I have not come
  within a few feet of her this
  whole time.

Pearl:
  Phew...

? ? ?:
  ...Which is why, I suppose,
  she is absolutely famished.

Phoenix:
  Wh-What!?

? ? ?:
  So I suggest you win a quick
  acquittal, my friend.

? ? ?:
  At any cost.
  Wouldn't you agree?

Phoenix:
  Wait!
  Maya!
  Let me hear her!

? ? ?:
  ...Very well.

Maya:
  ...Ask my...!

Phoenix:
  Maya!
  Is that you!?

Maya:
  ...Sis...
  Ask my sis!

...*beep*...

Phoenix:
  Maya!
  Maya!
  ...Dammit! He cut me off!

Pearl:
  Mystic Maya said, "Ask my
  sis," didn't she?

Phoenix:
  "Sis"...?
  What does she mean by that...?

  Come on, Phoenix!
  *sigh*
  You're a hopeless one...

Phoenix:
  Um, s-sorry...
  ...Ack!!

Phoenix:
  Mia!

Mia:
  I have a message from Maya,
  so come, ask me anything you
  want about her.

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Anywhere +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Phoenix:
+   What's going on with Maya is
+   the most important thing right
+   now!
+
+ Phoenix:
+   I should talk with Mia...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TALK (TO MIA)
-------------

>>> Maya's situation >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   How's Maya!?
>
> Mia:
>   She's safe... for now.
>
> Mia:
>   That kidnapper is one to keep
>   his word, it seems.
>
> Phoenix:
>   I'm glad to hear she's safe...
>   But Mia, how did you know...?
>
> Mia:
>   As soon as she was locked
>   up, Maya called for me.
>
> Mia:
>   I read the note she left...
>
> Mia:
>   Then I gathered as much
>   information about her
>   surroundings as I could.
>
> Phoenix:
>   (I didn't know you could use
>   spirit channeling like this...
>   Pretty smart of her...)
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>> The kidnapper >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Phoenix:
>   The kidnapper!
>   What's he like!?
>
> Mia:
>   I don't know...
>
> Mia:
>   Apparently, Maya went to
>   answer a phone call at the
>   hotel and was drugged there...
>
> Phoenix:
>   And!?
>
> Mia:
>   She didn't see the face of her
>   attacker.
>
> Phoenix:
>   Argh...
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


PRESENT (TO MIA)
----------------

*** Anything *******************************
*
* Mia:
*   Sorry, but I don't have time
*   to answer your questions.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Yeah...
*   And we should be worrying
*   about Maya right now...)
*
********************************************

--------------------------------------------

*AFTER TALKING TO MIA*

Mia:
  Maya is locked up in a very
  dark place right now.

Mia:
  I'll tell you everything I
  heard when I was with her.

Phoenix:
  When you were with her...

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Date: ???  Time: ???
Location: ???

Maya:
  Nnngh...
  I'm starving...

Maya:
  I could really go for some
  apple pie...

Maya:
  I mean, at a time like this,
  sweets are the only way
  to go!

Maya:
  I have to stay positive!
  He promised he wasn't going to
  kill me! I'm not going to die!

Maya:
  (Sis...
  I wonder if you're with Nick
  right now...)

--------------------------------------------

EXAMINE
-------

+++ Rack of bottles on the right +++++++++++
+
+ Maya:
+   What's this...?
+   It feels like there are a lot
+   of glass bottles here.
+
+ Maya:
+   And these...
+   They feel like barrels.
+
+ Maya:
+   I'll pass...
+   Too bad I'm really hungry,
+   and not really thirsty.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Box stack on the left ++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Maya:
+   There's all sorts of things
+   piled up here...
+
+ Maya:
+   But it's too dark to see.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ The door +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Maya:
+   Drat, it's locked.
+
+ Maya:
+   (Hmm, but this door's lock
+   seems easy enough to open...)
+
+ Maya:
+   On TV, the hero always uses
+   a plastic card or a stiff
+   piece of cardboard...
+
+ Maya:
+   ...Then "click", they
+   magically open the door.
+
+ Maya:
+   (I wonder if there's a card
+   like that around here I could
+   use...)
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Small white thing on the floor +++++++++
+
+ Maya:
+   Huh?
+   Someone dropped a card
+   here...
+
+ Maya:
+   It kinda looks like...
+   a business card...
+   But there's no name on it.
+
+ Maya:
+   Hmm...
+   It's a picture of a seashell,
+   I think...
+
+ Maya:
+   What a strange card.
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++ Any other spot +++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
+ Maya:
+   I can't see very well in this
+   darkness, but it doesn't seem
+   like there's anything there...
+
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

--------------------------------------------

*AFTER EXAMINING THE DOOR AND THE CARD*

Maya:
  Ah! That's it!
  This shell card!

Maya:
  If I use this, maybe I can get
  the door open! This might be
  my key out of here!

Maya:
  I had a feeling this card
  might be useful...

Maya:
  I'm such a genius!

Maya:
  Alright.
  Now if you'll excuse me,
  Mr. Kidnapper...

...*click*...

Maya:
  (I did it!)

Maya:
  OK...
  Now I'm getting the heck out
  of here!

Maya:
  (I shouldn't keep Nick
  waiting... Or worried.)


                                             To be continued.
_______________________________________________________________________________
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                                Part 2-1: Trial                          [0443]
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March 22, 9:47 AM
District Court
Defendant Lobby No. 3

Engarde:
  Adrian did it...?

Phoenix:
  ...That's what it looks like.

Engarde:
  Dude, no way!
  That woman couldn't do
  anything like that.

Phoenix:
  In court today, there will
  be a mountain of evidence
  that will implicate you.

Engarde:
  A mountain of evidence...?

Phoenix:
  I'm certain there is someone
  out there trying very hard to
  pin this whole thing on you.

Engarde:
  Please, Mr. Lawyer!
  Dude, like I said yesterday...

Engarde:
  I'm "refreshing like a spring
  breeze", alright?

Engarde:
  I can't let any sort of
  scandal ruin that.

Phoenix:
  I understand...

? ? ?:
  Well, it's almost time.

Phoenix:
  Mia...

Mia:
  We must get a complete
  acquittal today.

Phoenix:
  I know...

Phoenix:
  I can't focus on Maya's
  situation right now.

Phoenix:
  ...Or Pearls' either.

Phoenix:
  No matter what, I have to
  focus on winning this case
  by the end of the day!

Mia:
  Indeed.
  Well, let's get going!

...*beep beep beep*...

Phoenix:
  (It's him!)

...*beep*...

Phoenix:
  This is Wright!

? ? ?:
  Good morning.
  This is it, Mr. Attorney; the
  day of the trial.

Phoenix:
  Maya... She's unharmed,
  right!?

? ? ?:
  Well...

? ? ?:
  When I checked on her earlier
  this morning, she seemed a
  bit, how shall we say, tired.

Phoenix:
  ...!

? ? ?:
  Don't worry.
  People don't die that easily.

? ? ?:
  Besides, what you really
  should be concentrating on, is
  winning today's trial.

Phoenix:
  G...Grrrr...

? ? ?:
  For myself, you must win
  today's trial.

? ? ?:
  Which is why...

? ? ?:
  I sent you a little present
  this morning.

Phoenix:
  Present?
  What in the world would you
  want to give me!?

? ? ?:
  You'll figure it out once the
  trial opens... even if you
  don't "like" my gift...

? ? ?:
  I expect you to graciously
  accept it, and win the day's
  contest... If you please.

Phoenix:
  Wait!

...*beep*...

Phoenix:
  (The kidnapper sent me a
  "present"...?)

Engarde:
  Mr. Lawyer dude?
  Who was that...?

Phoenix:
  Ah, um... No one.
  It has nothing to do with you,
  so forget you heard anything!

Engarde:
  ...Dude, did your nose just
  get longer?

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 22, 10:00 AM
District Court
Courtroom No. 3

Judge:
  Court is now in session for
  the trial of Matt Engarde.

Judge:
  Are the prosecution and
  defense ready?

Phoenix:
  The defense is ready, Your
  Honor.

Judge:
  ...

Judge:
  I say! Mr. Wright!
  What happened to Ms. von
  Karma!?

Phoenix:
  I-I don't know, Your Honor!
  (Why are you getting mad at
  me!?)

Bailiff:
  ...Your Honor!

Judge:
  Please be quiet, bailiff.
  Court is in session.

Judge:
  If you must tell me something,
  please keep it brief.
  Now then, what is it?

Bailiff:
  Prosecutor...
  Prosecutor von Karma has...

Bailiff:
  This morning, Ms. von Karma
  was shot by an unknown
  gunman!

Judge:
  ...
  WWWWWWWHAT!?

Phoenix:
  Sh-Shot!?

Mia:
  Somehow...

Mia:
  I think this is the "present"
  that man was talking about.

Phoenix:
  His "present"...!

Mia:
  Ms. von Karma is one of the
  top prosecutors in the
  country at the moment.

Mia:
  If she disappeared...

Mia:
  This would be to your
  "advantage".

Phoenix:
  (Th-This...
  This is totally insane!)

Phoenix:
  M-Ms. von Karma!
  Is she alright!?

Judge:
  I don't have that answer!
  ...

? ? ?:
  She's alive and in stable
  condition.

Judge:
  That's good...
  Phew.

Judge:
  ...
  ...!
  Y-Y-You're...

Phoenix:
  (I thought he'd show up...)

Edgeworth:
  ...Your Honor...

Edgeworth:
  Due to the circumstances,
  Ms. Franziska von Karma can
  not appear in court today.

Edgeworth:
  I, Miles Edgeworth, will be
  taking her place.

Edgeworth:
  The prosecution is ready...
  naturally.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Edgeworth:
  Ms. von Karma was shot in her
  right shoulder, and is
  currently undergoing surgery.

Edgeworth:
  Luckily, I have looked this
  case over and am familiar with
  the details.

Edgeworth:
  The prosecution seeks to
  prove the guilt of Mr. Matt
  Engarde.

Judge:
  Th-The court acknowledges
  the prosecution.

Edgeworth:
  ...Wright.

Edgeworth:
  I finally found the answer I
  was struggling for on my long
  journey this past year.

Edgeworth:
  By the time this case comes to
  an end, you too, will know the
  answer.

Phoenix:
  ...!

Edgeworth:
  Now then, the prosecution
  would like to call its first
  witness...

Edgeworth:
  Please bring Detective
  Gumshoe to the witness
  stand!

--------------------------------------------

Edgeworth:
  Witness, your name and
  occupation.

Gumshoe:
  My name's Dick Gumshoe, sir.

Gumshoe:
  I'm a detective down at the
  precinct... for now.

Judge:
  "For now"...?

Gumshoe:
  After this trial's over... I'm
  supposed to turn in my badge,
  sir.

Phoenix:
  (D-Detective Gumshoe...)

Edgeworth:
  The prosecution has no need
  for a depressed witness.

Edgeworth:
  Lift your head up and face
  forward like a proud officer,
  Detective Dick Gumshoe!

Gumshoe:
  Y-Yes, sir!

Edgeworth:
  Now, let's have your
  testimony.

Edgeworth:
  If we want to explore the
  various facets of this case,
  we must start with that.

Mia:
  Get ready, Phoenix.
  This is going to be one very
  rough fight.

Phoenix:
  Yeah...
  It would have to be with
  Edgeworth as my opponent.

Phoenix:
  (The answer he was
  "struggling" for...
  Interesting...)

Phoenix:
  (Show me this "answer" you
  finally found, Edgeworth...)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- Bare Facts of the Case --

(1)
Gumshoe:
  This murder happened after
  the Hero of Heroes award
  ceremony, sir.

(2)
Gumshoe:
  The victim, Juan Corrida, was
  found dead in his hotel room.

(3)
Gumshoe:
  After looking into the cause
  of death, we believe he was
  definitely murdered, sir.

(4)
Gumshoe:
  At first, we thought there was
  something suspicious about the
  empty guitar case.

(5)
Gumshoe:
  However, we later found out
  that the guitar case had
  nothing to do with the murder.

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  Hmm...

Judge:
  After the award ceremony
  ended, the victim was alone
  in his room...?

Gumshoe:
  Yes, sir!

Gumshoe:
  Both the victim and defendant
  went alone to their rooms,
  sir.

Judge:
  I see.
  Mr. Wright, you may begin your
  cross-examination.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CROSS EXAMINATION
-- Bare Facts of the Case --

(1)
Gumshoe:
  This murder happened after
  the Hero of Heroes award
  ceremony, sir.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Would you please give us a
       brief timeline of what
       happened after the ceremony?

     Gumshoe:
       OK, pal.
       The ceremony started at 6 PM.

     Gumshoe:
       It ended around 8 PM...
       and then there was a short
       break.

     Gumshoe:
       A special post-ceremony show
       was supposed to start in the
       lobby 30 minutes later.

     Phoenix:
       And that's when the victim's
       body was found, correct?

     Edgeworth:
       Which is to say, the murder
       occurred during that thirty
       minute break period.

     Judge:
       Hmm...
       Please continue with your
       testimony, Detective.

(2)
Gumshoe:
  The victim, Juan Corrida, was
  found dead in his hotel room.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       The person who discovered
       the victim's body was
       Adrian Andrews, correct?

     Gumshoe:
       ...Yeah.

     Judge:
       Who is this "Adrian Andrews"
       you're talking about?

     Gumshoe:
       She's the defendant, Matt
       Engarde's, manager. She's a
       really pretty lady... sir.

     Judge:
       Ah, so she's a pretty lady...
       I wonder if she will grace us
       with her presence...

     Gumshoe:
       When the post-ceremony show
       was about to start, she went
       to get Mr. Engarde.

     Gumshoe:
       After visiting his room, she
       next went to the victim's room
       to get him for the show, sir.

     Judge:
       I see...
       And that's when she found the
       victim's body...

(3)
Gumshoe:
  After looking into the cause
  of death, we believe he was
  definitely murdered, sir.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       The cause of death... Wasn't
       that because Mr. Corrida was
       stabbed in the chest...?

     Gumshoe:
       Only a careless amateur would
       believe something so brainless
       as that, pal.

     Gumshoe:
       Take a good, hard look at the
       crime photo.

     Gumshoe:
       Now, a real pro's attention
       would be drawn here, to this
       bandana.

     Judge:
       Mmm... "Banana"...

     Gumshoe:
       Um, his "bandana", sir...
       That's the thing wrapped
       tightly around his neck, sir.

     Judge:
       Ah, yes, yes. I see.
       His banana-scented bandana.

     Phoenix:
       Then, what about the knife...?

     Gumshoe:
       It seems to have been stuck in
       the victim's chest on purpose
       after his death.

     Judge:
       Hmm...
       We have a crafty murderer
       on our hands here.

     *Autopsy Report added to the
     Court Record.*

(4)
Gumshoe:
  At first, we thought there was
  something suspicious about the
  empty guitar case.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       And why did you think that?

     Gumshoe:
       Because it was empty, pal.

     Gumshoe:
       The Jammin' Ninja doesn't go
       anywhere without his bright
       red guitar.

     Gumshoe:
       And we couldn't find it
       anywhere at the scene of the
       crime.

     Judge:
       Oh! Then how about this
       theory!

     Judge:
       A fan really wanted the
       guitar and did the crime to
       get it! How's that!?

     Gumshoe:
       Um, we thought of that too...
       But...

     Phoenix:
       But...?

     Gumshoe:
       The only fingerprints on the
       guitar case were the victim's.

     Phoenix:
       Only the victim's, huh...?

     Judge:
       Hmm... I see.
       Ah, so much for my theory
       then...

     *Guitar Case updated in the
     Court Record.*

(5)
Gumshoe:
  However, we later found out
  that the guitar case had
  nothing to do with the murder.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       What convinced you it had
       nothing to do with the case?

     Gumshoe:
       The guitar wasn't at the
       Gatewater Hotel that night.

     Judge:
       Well then, where was it?

     Gumshoe:
       The bright red guitar was
       eventually found at the TV
       studio.

     Gumshoe:
       The victim, Juan Corrida, had
       apparently only taken the case
       with him, sir.

     Judge:
       So you mean he forgot to put
       the guitar inside the case...?

     Gumshoe:
       Yes, sir. Even when he was
       onstage for the ceremony, he
       didn't have his guitar.

     Phoenix:
       So that guitar case was empty
       even before he got to the
       hotel...

     Gumshoe:
       Yeah, that's right.
       So it really had nothing to do
       with the case after all.

     Judge:
       Hmm...

--------------------------------------------

Mia:
  Our first order of business
  should be to gather more
  info from his testimony.

Phoenix:
  But there might be a trap
  set up for us somewhere...

Mia:
  Maybe.

Mia:
  However, setting off traps is
  a part of a lawyer's job too.

Phoenix:
  If you say so...

Mia:
  Of course, we're supposed to
  escape from them too, wouldn't
  you say?

RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*After pressing at (3), (4) and (5)*

Edgeworth:
  I believe that is enough.

Edgeworth:
  First, the victim was choked
  to death with his bandana.

Edgeworth:
  Then, after the victim was
  dead, the killer deliberately
  stabbed him with a knife.

Judge:
  Hmm...

Edgeworth:
  Which brings me to my next
  point.

Edgeworth:
  Why then, did the police
  arrest Matt Engarde...?

Edgeworth:
  Because there was reason
  enough to suspect him.

Phoenix:
  (Here it comes...
  Looks like Edgeworth's back
  in full swing...)

Judge:
  Very well.
  Detective Gumshoe, please
  testify about this matter.

Gumshoe:
  Yes, sir!

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WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- Why Arrest Engarde? --

(1)
Gumshoe:
  Matt Engarde and Juan Corrida
  were huge rivals with each
  other.

(2)
Gumshoe:
  They each thought the other
  guy was "in his way". That's
  motive enough in my book.

(3)
Gumshoe:
  As for evidence... There's the
  Jammin' Ninja's button.

(4)
Gumshoe:
  It was ripped off of the ninja
  costume and was found in
  Mr. Engarde's "hakama".

(5)
Gumshoe:
  The defendant's fingerprints
  were also all over the knife.

(6)
Gumshoe:
  The defendant bought the knife
  for the crime... Which makes
  this a premeditated murder!

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  Hmm... So the defendant's
  fingerprints were found on the
  knife used in the stabbing.

Gumshoe:
  It was sort of sticky on the
  handle, so the fingerprints
  came out pretty clearly, sir.

*Knife added to the Court
Record.*

Gumshoe:
  ...And there's this button.

Judge:
  That was found in the
  defendant's clothes, was it?

Judge:
  Hmm...
  And is this button also
  covered in blood...?

Gumshoe:
  Yes, and we know that the
  blood on it is the victim's
  blood, sir.

Phoenix:
  What!?

*Jammin' Ninja's Button added
to the Court Record.*

Judge:
  All of this points very
  clearly to the defendant,
  doesn't it?

Edgeworth:
  Yes, it most certainly does,
  Your Honor.
  Ready to give in yet, Wright?

Phoenix:
  Hmph!
  I'll find the hole in your
  argument somehow!

Edgeworth:
  You can press as hard as you'd
  like. Just hurry up with your
  usual pointless questions.

Phoenix:
  Grrrrrrrrr...

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CROSS EXAMINATION
-- Why Arrest Engarde? --

(1)
Gumshoe:
  Matt Engarde and Juan Corrida
  were huge rivals with each
  other.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       But in terms of popularity,
       Mr. Engarde won, did he not?

     Gumshoe:
       ...Yeah.
       But you know what's ironic,
       pal?

     Gumshoe:
       Juan Corrida was always one
       step behind Mr. Engarde in
       everything.

     Gumshoe:
       This year it seemed like he'd
       finally caught up, ready for
       the big, final showdown.

     Phoenix:
       But Mr. Corrida lost the Grand
       Prix in the end...

     Judge:
       That is too bad...
       He must have been pretty
       downhearted after losing.

     Edgeworth:
       ...

(2)
Gumshoe:
  They each thought the other
  guy was "in his way". That's
  motive enough in my book.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Wait just one second here!

     Phoenix:
       Mr. Engarde was beating
       Mr. Corrida in the popularity
       polls!

     Gumshoe:
       Well, yeah, I guess, but...

     Phoenix:
       Which means that in the
       defendant's eyes, the victim
       was not a rival at all!

     Phoenix:
       Which means he had no motive
       to kill at all!

     Judge:
       Hmm...
       Yes, I quite agree.

     Judge:
       Well, Detective?

     Gumshoe:
       Um, it's not...
       Well...

     Gumshoe:
       I guess if you put it that
       way, then yeah, the defendant
       would've had no motive...

     Edgeworth:
       *OBJECTION!*

     Edgeworth:
       Detective. I'm beginning to
       see why you were fired.

     Gumshoe:
       Eh!? N-No! Not you too,
       Mr. Edgeworth, sir!
       That's...

     Edgeworth:
       I look forward to your pension
       negotiations.

     Gumshoe:
       N-N-N-NOOOOOOOOOOO!

     Judge:
       Now, now, Detective.
       Let's continue with the
       testimony.

     Gumshoe:
       *sniffle* Noooo...
       Not my poor pension too...

     Edgeworth:
       Detective!
       If you value your money, I
       suggest you proceed!

     Gumshoe:
       Y-Yes, sir!
       We can talk about my pension
       later, sir!

     Phoenix:
       (Um, what about what I was
       saying...?
       Hello? Anyone...?)

(3)
Gumshoe:
  As for evidence... There's the
  Jammin' Ninja's button.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Do you have any proof that
       button belonged to the victim?

     Gumshoe:
       Huh?
       What do you mean, pal?

     Phoenix:
       Oh.
       Umm, let me put it this way...

     Phoenix:
       I'm asking you if you have any
       evidence to back up your claim
       that,

     Phoenix:
       "this button was ripped off of
       the Jammin' Ninja's costume".

     Gumshoe:
       Huh?
       But can't you tell by just
       looking at it?

     Phoenix:
       ...

     Gumshoe:
       A-And the victim's blood is
       on it.

     Phoenix:
       Anyone could have smeared
       that blood on there afterward.

     Gumshoe:
       ...

     Gumshoe:
       M-M-Mr. Edgeworth...
       Help me... sir!

     Phoenix:
       (Alright! I knew it had to be
       this piece of evidence. Now to
       reel this one in...)

     Edgeworth:
       ...Thread.

     Phoenix:
       Huh?

     Edgeworth:
       The button was attached to the
       costume by thread, obviously.

     Edgeworth:
       And that thread snapped when
       the button was torn off.

     Edgeworth:
       If you match up the ends of
       the thread on the costume with
       the thread on the button...

     Edgeworth:
       it's a perfect match.

     Gumshoe:
       Yeah, that's it!
       They're a perfect match, pal!

     Phoenix:
       Urk.

     Mia:
       That's Edgeworth for you.
       Never misses a beat.

(4)
Gumshoe:
  It was ripped off of the ninja
  costume and was found in
  Mr. Engarde's "hakama".

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       When was this button found?

     Gumshoe:
       Pretty soon after the body was
       found, we rounded up everyone
       who knew Mr. Corrida.

     Gumshoe:
       And then we did a search on
       them all. That's when we found
       the button.

     Judge:
       Hmm...
       So it was almost immediately
       after the murder...

     Edgeworth:
       The police didn't have the
       free time to lollygag and play
       tricks, unlike some people...

     Phoenix:
       (Hey! What is he trying to
       say about me here?)

(5)
Gumshoe:
  The defendant's fingerprints
  were also all over the knife.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       How were the fingerprints
       arranged on the knife?

     Gumshoe:
       Huh?
       What do you mean, pal?

     Phoenix:
       By examining the fingerprints,
       you can determine how the
       defendant held the knife.

     Phoenix:
       For example, did he hold it
       normally, or overhand...?

     Gumshoe:
       Oh! Is that what you meant!?
       Well, we didn't actually think
       of that...

     Phoenix:
       (I can't believe the bumbling
       of this department...)

     Edgeworth:
       ...Hopeless.
       Were you paying attention to
       the testimony, Wright?

     Edgeworth:
       The defendant's fingerprints
       were "all over" the knife.

     Edgeworth:
       There is no way to determine
       how the knife was held at the
       moment of the murder.

     Judge:
       Hmm...
       So is the defendant the owner
       of this knife, then?

(6)
Gumshoe:
  The defendant bought the knife
  for the crime... Which makes
  this a premeditated murder!

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       There is no way this was a
       premeditated murder, even if
       he bought the knife!

     Gumshoe:
       Sorry, pal.
       This isn't just some pocket
       knife.

     Gumshoe:
       It's not really useful for
       anything, and you can't just
       walk around with it either.

     Phoenix:
       (Argh.
       Well, this is not good...)

     Phoenix:
       (If the prosecution can prove
       it was a premeditated murder,
       we're done for...)

     Mia:
       ...Phoenix.

     Phoenix:
       Y-Yes?

     Mia:
       There's something very
       interesting about what the
       detective said just now.

     Mia:
       Think carefully, before it's
       too late.

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (A button covered in the
  victim's blood... And a knife
  with Engarde's fingerprints!)

Mia:
  Be grateful. If the judge were
  more rash, he would've already
  pounded his gavel in closing.

Phoenix:
  We're still in a world of
  trouble...

Mia:
  Well, before any battle, you
  must find your enemy's
  weakness.

Mia:
  So let's find the weakness in
  this testimony, no matter how
  small it may be, OK Phoenix?

RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Present Knife* at (6)

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  Wait a second!

Gumshoe:
  Wh-What?

Phoenix:
  So the basis of your argument
  that this was a premeditated
  murder is simply that

Phoenix:
  my client "bought a knife
  beforehand"?

Gumshoe:
  That's right, pal.
  The defendant...

Phoenix:
  ...Did not buy this knife.

Gumshoe:
  H-Huh!?

Phoenix:
  Take a good look at the handle
  of this knife, and you'll know
  what I'm talking about.

Gumshoe:
  ...Huh?

Judge:
  It has a "Gatewater" seal set
  into the handle...

Gumshoe:
  "Gatewater"...?
  I think I've heard that name
  somewhere before.

Phoenix:
  That's the name of the hotel.
  The Gatewater Hotel.

Gumshoe:
  ...
  Uh oh.

Phoenix:
  The murder knife was actually
  property of the hotel!

Phoenix:
  Which means this murder was
  not premeditated!

Judge:
  Yes, that is very true!
  This is a very big...

Edgeworth:
  Heh heh heh...

Judge:
  Wh-What is it, Mr. Edgeworth?

Edgeworth:
  I'm sorry, but the defense is
  simply too careless.

Phoenix:
  What!?

Edgeworth:
  I think whether the crime was
  premeditated or not...
  has already been determined.

Phoenix:
  H-How so!?

Edgeworth:
  I admit this knife is hotel
  property.

Edgeworth:
  There is no one currently on
  the police force that is dumb
  enough not to realize this.

Gumshoe:
  ...But I didn't kn...
  Oh...
  *whimper*

Edgeworth:
  The question is...

Edgeworth:
  Where did this knife come
  from?

Judge:
  Wh-Why that's obvious! It came
  from the victim, Mr. Corrida's
  room...

Edgeworth:
  Sorry, Your Honor, but that is
  incorrect.

Edgeworth:
  The victim ate a last meal
  before he was murdered.
  With that being the case...

Edgeworth:
  I would like to draw the
  court's attention to what is
  on top of the table.

Judge:
  There is a knife and a fork
  on the table!

Judge:
  Then...

Judge:
  Where in the world did this
  knife come from!?

Edgeworth:
  If it pleases the court...

Edgeworth:
  I would like for us to recall
  the room of the defendant,
  Mr. Matt Engarde.

Edgeworth:
  Especially what was on top of
  his table...

Edgeworth:
  There is something missing...
  Perhaps, it is a single knife?

Edgeworth:
  We investigated the leftover
  dishes for fingerprints, and
  while we were investigating,

Edgeworth:
  we came to the conclusion that
  Mr. Matt Engarde's knife was
  missing.

Phoenix:
  Urk...

Edgeworth:
  Mr. Engarde had gone to the
  victim's room with the knife
  he had used during dinner.

Edgeworth:
  Why would he carry a knife on
  a visit?
  To kill, of course.

Edgeworth:
  And with that, I believe the
  prosecution has proven...

Edgeworth:
  This was a premeditated
  murder.

Judge:
  Amazing, Mr. Edgeworth.
  Absolutely brilliant.
  A brilliantly clear deduction.

Mia:
  It seems like Edgeworth had
  this planned from the very
  beginning...

Phoenix:
  (This must be one of those
  "traps", and I just walked
  headlong into it!)

Judge:
  A murder weapon with
  fingerprints, and a button
  from the victim's costume.

Judge:
  There is quite a sizable
  amount of evidence here.

Edgeworth:
  I can safely say that any
  further deliberation is a
  waste of Your Honor's time.

Edgeworth:
  Although...

Edgeworth:
  I wouldn't mind if the defense
  were to present evidence not
  yet shown to the court.

Phoenix:
  (Evidence not yet shown...?)

Mia:
  He means evidence that the
  court hasn't seen yet.
  In other words, new evidence.

Judge:
  What does the defense have
  to say about this, Mr. Wright?

Phoenix:
  Um, well...

Mia:
  Phoenix.

Mia:
  The judge is favoring the
  prosecution right now.

Mia:
  If we answer with something
  wrong here...

Phoenix:
  (That gavel of his will be
  ringing out to the sound of
  our defeat!)

Judge:
  Mr. Wright, do you have some-
  thing important and necessary
  to present to this court?

*** Actually, I do. ************************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** No, not right now. *********************
*
* Phoenix:
*   (This has to be another trap!)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Better if I don't say any-
*   thing than risk throwing out a
*   bad piece of evidence.)
*
* Judge:
*   Looks like the defense isn't
*   saying a peep on this one.
*
* Edgeworth:
*   Which means this court is
*   adjourned.
*
* Mia:
*   Phoenix!
*   We will lose this case if you
*   give up here!
*
* Mia:
*   So you had better show the
*   judge something! Quick!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Slow down! We all know I have
*   a tendency to be wrong more
*   than... I can't even say it!)
*
* Phoenix:
*   *HOLD IT!*
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  There's one...

Edgeworth:
  ...

Phoenix:
  One piece of evidence that
  catches my attention.

Phoenix:
  Something that this court has
  yet to see!

Judge:
  Mr. Wright.

Judge:
  I will say this one more time.
  I do not feel this trial needs
  to continue at all.

Judge:
  ...
  However, I am giving you one
  chance... and only one.

Edgeworth:
  What the judge is saying,
  Wright, is don't try pulling
  one of your usual bluffs here.

Phoenix:
  (If I mess this up, it's
  curtains for all of us!)

Judge:
  You may now present one, and
  only one piece of evidence.

Judge:
  Now then, what is this
  important evidence that you
  must show to the court?

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Edgeworth:
x   Sorry, Wright, but this time,
x   your bluffing steered you
x   wrong.
x
x Judge:
x   I can see nothing strange
x   about this piece of evidence.
x
x Phoenix:
x   W-Wait!
x
x Judge:
x   I am a man of my word,
x   Mr. Wright!
x
x GAME OVER
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Wine Glass*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Judge:
  This... is a wine glass, is it
  not?

Phoenix:
  Please look at the photo of
  the crime scene one more
  time!

Phoenix:
  The scene is a mess because
  of the victim's struggle
  against his assailant.

Phoenix:
  The vase was broken, his make-
  up is all over the floor...

Phoenix:
  These were all things that
  were at one point, sitting on
  top of the dresser.

Judge:
  Hmm...
  Well, yes, I see your point.

Phoenix:
  However!

Phoenix:
  This glass that is sitting on
  top of the dresser is
  mysteriously untouched.

Phoenix:
  The only thing that had not
  fallen over along with every-
  thing else is this wine glass!

Phoenix:
  This piece of evidence is more
  than strange enough to warrant
  further consideration!

Judge:
  ...

Gumshoe:
  ...

Edgeworth:
  ...

Phoenix:
  W-Well?
  What do you all have to
  say...?

Judge:
  Ah, well, yes, it is a little
  peculiar...

Phoenix:
  Y-Yes, isn't it!?
  I thought it was!

Judge:
  You can stop looking at me
  with those puppy dog eyes of
  yours now.

Judge:
  Mr. Edgeworth?

Edgeworth:
  What is it, Your Honor?

Judge:
  Your opinion...

Edgeworth:
  ...You don't need my opinion.

Edgeworth:
  Because there is no special
  meaning to that glass.

Phoenix:
  ...What!?

Edgeworth:
  It's safe to say that the
  glass was set there after
  the crime took place.

Edgeworth:
  By the person who discovered
  the body, Adrian Andrews, for
  example.

Edgeworth:
  She could have easily been so
  shocked that she set the glass
  down without thinking.

Judge:
  Hmm... That does sound very
  plausible.
  Mr. Wright?

Phoenix:
  (Could Ms. Andrews really have
  set that glass down without
  thinking...?)

*** It's possible. *************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   (It's possible that is what
*   happened.)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (There's nothing that points
*   to Ms. Andrews not being the
*   one who set the cup down.)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (And if I raise an objection
*   here, that would only make the
*   judge slam his gavel down...)
*
* Mia:
*   You can't think like that,
*   Phoenix.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Mia...
*
* Mia:
*   Right now, you're hanging on
*   by a very thin thread.
*
* Mia:
*   Anything else you can grab
*   onto right now is better than
*   nothing!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (So in other words, push as
*   far as we can go...)
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** There's no way. ************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   (If I appear weak here, the
*   trial is over.)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I can look for my proof
*   later!)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (For now, I should trust my
*   instinct and point with
*   certainty!)
*
* Mia:
*   They just might fall for it,
*   if you're thought-provoking
*   enough!
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  The defense would like to
  challenge the prosecution's
  theory.

Phoenix:
  We would like to see something
  that proves it was Ms. Andrews
  who set the cup on the table!

Judge:
  Hmm... You've turned the
  situation on its head yet
  again, as usual.

Judge:
  Mr. Edgeworth.
  Do you have any proof to
  back up your claim?

Phoenix:
  (There's no way he has any.
  He's just bluffing!)

Edgeworth:
  Unlike Mr. Wright, I never say
  anything unless I have the
  evidence to support it.

Phoenix:
  Wh-What!?

Edgeworth:
  You're not thinking hard
  enough today, Wright.

Edgeworth:
  Did you think this wine glass
  escaped my notice?

Phoenix:
  Th-Then...

Edgeworth:
  Of course it has been
  thoroughly inspected...
  for fingerprints.

Phoenix:
  Fingerprints...

Edgeworth:
  There were only one set of
  fingerprints left on this wine
  glass.

Judge:
  Only one?
  Well, whose were they!?

Edgeworth:
  They were not the victim's nor
  the defendant's. Rather, they
  were of one Adrian Andrews.

Phoenix:
  WHAT!?

*Wine Glass updated in the
Court Record.*

Edgeworth:
  That is why I said that the
  person who had discovered
  the body had left it there.

Edgeworth:
  Are we done here, Mr. Wright?

Phoenix:
  (Grrr!
  I can't believe I fell into
  another trap!)

Edgeworth:
  Ms. Andrews was probably
  holding the glass when she
  went to see Mr. Corrida.

Edgeworth:
  But upon seeing his dead body,
  she was stunned, and set the
  glass down on the dresser.

Judge:
  Hmm... What you just said
  makes a lot of sense.

Edgeworth:
  Tsk tsk tsk...
  Now do you see, Wright?

Edgeworth:
  You can't change any part of
  my scenario as it explains
  everything all too well.

Phoenix:
  Grrr!

Edgeworth:
  I've thought long and hard
  this past year about what it
  means to be a "prosecutor".

Edgeworth:
  And from here on out, I will
  show you the answer I have
  come to discover!

Judge:
  W-Wait a second...
  Mr. Edgeworth!

Judge:
  I think the prosecution has
  provided enough evidence for
  me to enter my verdict...

Edgeworth:
  Unfortunately, I can not allow
  you to pass judgment yet.

Edgeworth:
  The prosecution has yet
  another witness we would
  like the court to hear from.

Phoenix:
  "Another witness"...?

Edgeworth:
  Yes.

Edgeworth:
  Bailiff! Please bring in the
  next witness!

Mia:
  What in the world is
  Mr. Edgeworth thinking?

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Edgeworth:
  Now then, witness, please
  state your name and
  occupation...

Oldbag:
  ...

Edgeworth:
  ...

Edgeworth:
  Witness! Your name and
  occupation, please!

Ray Gun:
  *rata-tat-tat-tat-tat...*

Edgeworth:
  Uurrngh!

Oldbag:
  ...Heh.
  G.O.T.C.H.A!

Edgeworth:
  Grrrrrrrrr...

Phoenix:
  (I wonder what happened to
  that calm composure he had
  earlier...)

Oldbag:
  Oh, Edgey-boy!
  It's been what, a year since
  we last met, hasn't it?

Oldbag:
  You should be more happy to
  see me!

Edgeworth:
  I saw the report with her
  testimony, but who knew that
  under that helmet...

Edgeworth:
  it was the wicked witch of
  the witness stand!?

Oldbag:
  I tell you, this time I know
  what I'm supposed to do!

Oldbag:
  So today, I'm going to tell
  you anything and everything!

Oldbag:
  Even things that don't have to
  do with that terrible crime.

Judge:
  Ms... Witness...
  "That terrible crime" is all
  this court needs to know.

Ray Gun:
  *rata-tat-tat-tat-tat...*

Judge:
  Oof!

Oldbag:
  Shush! I'm talking to my dear
  Edgey-Wedgey right now!

Oldbag:
  Don't interrupt us, gramps!

Judge:
  Yes, madam.

Edgeworth:
  No no no, please, by all means
  interrupt her!
  Please!

Edgeworth:
  *ahem*
  Anyway, witness, your
  testimony please.

Oldbag:
  It's true what they say that
  youth are hotheaded nowadays.
  Not that I mind at all, Edgey.

Oldbag:
  Now then, what should I start
  with...?

Edgeworth:
  The witness was on security
  detail at the hotel on the
  night of the murder.

Edgeworth:
  Is this correct, Ms. Oldbag?

Oldbag:
  It was a great job being able
  to see my dearie Juan!

Oldbag:
  It was almost too much for
  my little heart to handle!

Judge:
  You mean... You were a fan of
  the victim?

Oldbag:
  Look, everyone is crazy over
  that Engarde, saying he's cute
  in a fresh way, or something.

Oldbag:
  But not me! I wouldn't say
  anything so silly.

Oldbag:
  After all, I have no interest
  in a little child like him.

Oldbag:
  I'm only interested in a real
  man: Juan Corrida!

Phoenix:
  (Um... But those two were the
  same age...)

Oldbag:
  Anyway, as I was saying,

Oldbag:
  I was pacing in front of his
  room that night.

Edgeworth:
  Very well. Please tell the
  court what you witnessed the
  night of the murder.

Oldbag:
  Leave it to me, Edgey-poo!

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WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- What You Witnessed --

(1)
Oldbag:
  Anyway, after the ceremony,
  I went to pace around in the
  hallway in front of his room.

(2)
Oldbag:
  There was something I was
  interested in finding out, you
  know...

(3)
Oldbag:
  Well, since I was on the job,
  I made sure to keep a good
  eye out the whole time.

(4)
Oldbag:
  That's when someone showed
  up! It was a man coming out
  of poor Juan's room.

(5)
Oldbag:
  It was Engarde. Matt Engarde.
  He was trying to sneak his way
  out of Juan's room!

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  Hmm...
  So Mr. Engarde came out from
  the victim's room...

Oldbag:
  See! It has to be him!
  He's the murderer!

Edgeworth:
  ...

Judge:
  I see.

Judge:
  Well, Mr. Wright.
  You may begin your cross-
  examination.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CROSS EXAMINATION
-- What You Witnessed --

(1)
Oldbag:
  Anyway, after the ceremony,
  I went to pace around in the
  hallway in front of his room.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Ms. Oldbag, what was your
       post on that night?

     Oldbag:
       The lobby. I was supposed to
       help set up the stage for that
       trifling show.

     Oldbag:
       But I refused to help, I'll
       have you know. It was for that
       Lead-headed Samurai's show.

     Oldbag:
       Heh, I even took out a few of
       the nails.

     Phoenix:
       (Maybe it was a good thing
       the show didn't go on...)

     Oldbag:
       Besides, that manager with
       the glasses seemed to be
       working hard at it without me.

     Oldbag:
       So I thought I'd take a break
       and spread my wings a little.

     Phoenix:
       And that's when you went to
       hang around the victim's door?

(2)
Oldbag:
  There was something I was
  interested in finding out, you
  know...

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Something you were
       "interested" in?
       And just what was that?

     Oldbag:
       It's not some little thing I
       can just go around telling
       everyone, you know.

     Oldbag:
       It's top secret, between me
       and Juan.

     Oldbag:
       Ah, and Edgey, of course.

     Judge:
       Mr. Edgeworth.
       What is this thing she was
       "interested" in...?

     Edgeworth:
       I have no idea.
       I despise gossip, Your Honor.

     Phoenix:
       ("Gossip"...?)

     Edgeworth:
       If this has something to do
       with the case, then you can
       append it to your testimony.

     Mia:
       It looks like we shouldn't
       force it right now.

     Judge:
       Hmm... And did the witness
       stay in the vicinity of the
       victim's door the entire time?

(3)
Oldbag:
  Well, since I was on the job,
  I made sure to keep a good
  eye out the whole time.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Oh? Then would you tell us the
       number of people who went in
       and out of Mr. Corrida's room?

     Oldbag:
       I have no idea!

     Oldbag:
       I wasn't born so I could count
       things for those who didn't
       pay attention in class!

     Oldbag:
       That's why ever since I turned
       20, I quit keeping track of
       how old I really am!

     Judge:
       ...Yes, well, that would
       explain why your age was not
       recorded in the report.

     Edgeworth:
       In any case...

     Edgeworth:
       The witness then saw
       someone, correct?

(4)
Oldbag:
  That's when someone showed
  up! It was a man coming out
  of poor Juan's room.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Who in the world was that!?

     Oldbag:
       I'm not allowed to say!

     Oldbag:
       This sort of information has
       to be carefully guarded from
       the masses, sonny.

     Oldbag:
       The man that came out of
       Juan's room... It was...
       He was...

     Judge:
       Yes...?
       He was...?

     Oldbag:
       ...
       Ah! I'm too scared! I can't
       say his name out loud!

     Phoenix:
       (Oh, what I wouldn't give to
       have Franziska's whip right
       about now...)

     Oldbag:
       Well, I guess I can tell you,
       since he was such a bad boy
       anyway.

(5)
Oldbag:
  It was Engarde. Matt Engarde.
  He was trying to sneak his way
  out of Juan's room!

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       You saw my client!?
       Are you sure about that!?

     Oldbag:
       Yessey!

     Phoenix:
       Really?

     Oldbag:
       Annoying brat!
       When I say I saw someone,
       I saw that person!

     Phoenix:
       (Why do I get a sense of
       déjà vu?)

     Phoenix:
       (Maybe to avoid a mess like
       last year, I should delve into
       this a bit further...)

     *** The person's face **********************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Please tell the court about
     *   the man's face in more detail!
     *
     * Oldbag:
     *   You don't need me to tell you
     *   about his face!
     *
     * Oldbag:
     *   That soft, gentle look in his
     *   eyes and his effeminate lips!
     *
     * Oldbag:
     *   His right eye covered by his
     *   silky hair! His sparkling,
     *   shining teeth!
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   His teeth were... shining?
     *
     * Oldbag:
     *   Well, he's shining all around
     *   in this week's pin-up poster,
     *   dearie.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   ...
     *   This week's pin-up...?
     *   Why do you... I mean!
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   I don't care how he looks in
     *   this week's issue! Please stay
     *   with what you saw that night!
     *
     * Oldbag:
     *   What? Engarde's face is the
     *   same no matter where it is,
     *   right, you whippersnapper!?
     *
     * CONTINUE
     *
     ********************************************

     *** What the person was carrying ***********
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   What was the man you saw
     *   carrying?
     *
     * Oldbag:
     *   In which hand? His right or
     *   his left?
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Um...
     *
     * Oldbag:
     *   Ah, now this is a real mess.
     *
     * Oldbag:
     *   I mean, I can't be expected to
     *   answer such a vague question!
     *
     * Judge:
     *   Indeed. Please be more
     *   specific with your question,
     *   Mr. Wright.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   S-Sorry...
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   What was the man you saw
     *   carrying in his right hand?
     *
     * Oldbag:
     *   Ah, he wasn't carrying
     *   anything in that hand.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Then how about his left?
     *
     * Oldbag:
     *   Empty.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   ...
     *   (Well, this whole thing has
     *   been a lot of nothing...)
     *
     * CONTINUE
     *
     ********************************************

     *** The person's clothes *******************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Please tell the court about
     *   the man's clothes in more
     *   detail!
     *
     * Oldbag:
     *   What a troublesome man you
     *   are. Really, as if something
     *   like that matters.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   But it does.
     *
     * Oldbag:
     *   Um... Now what was it...
     *   Oh, yes, it was that thing.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   What thing?
     *
     * Oldbag:
     *   That gaudy thing he's always
     *   wearing. That racing jacket.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (Ah, he was wearing that at
     *   the detention center too...)
     *
     * Oldbag:
     *   That thing's meant for nothing
     *   but seducing women out of
     *   their pantaloons! Hmph! Men!!
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Um, right...
     *
     * CONTINUE
     *
     ********************************************

     Judge:
       So, Mr. Wright.

     Judge:
       Was this testimony just now
       important or relevant in any
       way?

     Phoenix:
       Hmm...

     *** It was not important. ******************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   I guess it really wasn't that
     *   important after all.
     *
     * Judge:
     *   *sigh* Mr. Wright, do you know
     *   why we say time is valuable?
     *   If not, I suggest you learn.
     *
     * Oldbag:
     *   You've wasted three minutes
     *   of this woman's youth. That's
     *   more valuable than gold to me!
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (And my intelligence seems to
     *   have reverted to that of a
     *   toddler...)
     *
     ********************************************
      
     *** It was very important. *****************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Of course it was important,
     *   Your Honor!
     *
     * Edgeworth:
     *   *OBJECTION!*
     *
     * Edgeworth:
     *   Then perhaps you would like
     *   to point out what part of that
     *   testimony was important!
     *
     * *** If you chose option (1) or (2) *********
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   You don't really have to put
     * *   it that way to get me to
     * *   say...
     * *
     * * Judge:
     * *   Mr. Wright. There is something
     * *   much more valuable than a
     * *   person's pride.
     * *
     * * Judge:
     * *   And that is "time".
     * *
     * * Judge:
     * *   Please don't waste this
     * *   court's precious time with
     * *   worthless questions!
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   Y-Yes, Your Honor...
     * *   (I think I just wasted his
     * *   good favor...)
     * *
     * ********************************************
     *
     * *** If you chose option (3) ****************
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   Don't you see it, Edgeworth?
     * *
     * * Edgeworth:
     * *   ...
     * *
     * * Phoenix:
     * *   Your Honor! I request what the
     * *   witness said about the jacket
     * *   be appended to her testimony.
     * *
     * * Judge:
     * *   Hmm... I don't quite see where
     * *   you're going with this, but
     * *   alright. Witness, please...
     * *
     * * Oldbag:
     * *   Ah well, I don't like to bad-
     * *   mouth anyone without reason,
     * *   but if I must...
     * *
     * * ADD STATEMENT (5b)
     * *
     * ********************************************
     *
     ********************************************

*** After STATEMENT (5b) was added *********
*
* (5)
* Oldbag:
*   It was Engarde. Matt Engarde.
*   He was trying to sneak his way
*   out of Juan's room!
*
*      Phoenix:
*        *HOLD IT!*
*
*      Phoenix:
*        You saw my client!?
*        Are you sure about that!?
*
*      Oldbag:
*        Yessey!
*
*      Phoenix:
*        Really?
*
*      Oldbag:
*        Annoying brat!
*        When I say I saw someone,
*        I saw that person!
*
*      Phoenix:
*        (Guess I'm going to have to
*        press a little harder on this
*        one...)
*
*      Phoenix:
*        (There's got to be some sort
*        of huge contradiction I can
*        find here...)
*
********************************************

(5b)
Oldbag:
  He was wearing his flashy
  racing jacket. Honestly, it's
  all just for show.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Are you sure the defendant
       was wearing a racing jacket?

     Oldbag:
       What do you think?

     Oldbag:
       It's not like I've seen him in
       anything other than that
       horrible thing.

     Oldbag:
       I'm sure he was wearing it!

     Phoenix:
       (She is so sure of herself
       that it's to the point of
       self-absorption...)

--------------------------------------------

Mia:
  She may not remember things
  or be mistaken here and there,
  but I don't think she's lying.

Phoenix:
  That's bad for us. Really bad.

Mia:
  But, that's how the human mind
  is. It also has the tendency
  to jump off-topic.

Mia:
  She's strayed onto a few
  interesting side-topics this
  time too, hasn't she?

Mia:
  But that's what makes her
  a sweet old lady, right?

Phoenix:
  (That's because you're not
  the one who has to question
  her...)

RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Present Jammin' Ninja's Button* at (5b)

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  Ms. Oldbag...

Oldbag:
  What!?
  Don't say my name for no
  reason!

Phoenix:
  Do you know what this is?

Oldbag:
  Aaaah!
  It's button number 2 on the
  Jammin' Ninja's costume!

Phoenix:
  (Now I KNOW she's an obsessed
  fan... She identified it in a
  single glance!)

Oldbag:
  Give it here! Give it here!
  If you don't give it to me,
  I'll punish you with this!

Ray Gun:
  *rata-tat-tat-tat-tat...*

Phoenix:
  (Wow... She really is a die-
  hard fan to want a button
  covered in blood...)

Phoenix:
  This button was discovered on
  Mr. Engarde's body during a
  full body search.

Oldbag:
  See! See!

Oldbag:
  This button proves beyond a
  shadow of a doubt it was
  that rascal Engarde!

Phoenix:
  It was caught up in the pleats
  of his Nickel Samurai hakama
  pants.

Oldbag:
  See! See!

Oldbag:
  And Engarde is the Nickel
  Samurai!

Phoenix:
  ...Witness!

Phoenix:
  Now, it may just be me, and
  I do have an active
  imagination,

Phoenix:
  but just now, didn't you say
  that the defendant...

Phoenix:
  Matt Engarde was wearing his
  "usual racing jacket"!?

Oldbag:
  ...
  ...
  ...

Oldbag:
  Ah...
  I'm so sorry.

Oldbag:
  Sorry that you judge people
  based on what they wear!

Oldbag:
  If I wore the trendiest dress,
  then maybe you'd think I was
  the most gorgeous woman ever!

Oldbag:
  But instead, I have to put up
  with wearing this ridiculous-
  looking outfit. You'd agree

Oldbag:
  this outfit is hideous, right?
  I've got a tape recorder stuck
  on my chest! Lemme tell you,

Oldbag:
  it's HEAVY! So heavy, I wish
  we would have switched to CDs
  ages ago! But I'm keeping that

Oldbag:
  dream alive for all those kids
  out there, I work hard with a
  smile on my face, don't you

Oldbag:
  understand!? Now, take a look
  in the mirror. Your clothes
  are about as interesting as a

Oldbag:
  documentary on curling! You
  should take a tip or ten from
  Edgey-poo. Now HE'S got style!

Ray Gun:
  *rata-tat-tat-tat-tat...*

Judge:
  Now hold your tongue still
  there for one second!
  So what you saw in actuality,

Judge:
  was not Mr. Engarde, the
  man...

Judge:
  but Mr. Engarde, the Nickel
  Samurai!?

Oldbag:
  But when you think about
  it...

Oldbag:
  They're really one and the
  same anyway...

Phoenix:
  Ms. Oldbag!
  This is a very important
  point we're talking about!

Oldbag:
  Edgey-poo!
  Do you think so too?

Edgeworth:
  Well, it might be something
  worth thinking about.

Phoenix:
  Just say, "It's important" and
  agree with me for a change!

Judge:
  Witness! Think carefully and
  try to remember as much as
  you can before you testify!

Oldbag:
  *sigh* Alright, if you insist.

Phoenix:
  (I should be the one sighing,
  not you!)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- Who I Saw --

(1)
Oldbag:
  Engarde... Engarde...
  Yes, now I remember!

(2)
Oldbag:
  The Nickel Samurai, that's
  right, it was the Nickel
  Samurai that I saw!

(3)
Oldbag:
  Yes, it would have been
  convenient for him to wear
  his costume during the murder.

(4)
Oldbag:
  He had to go to that post-
  ceremony stage show right
  after the crime, you know.

(5)
Oldbag:
  So he must've worn that
  Nickel Samurai costume when
  he was stabbing poor Juan.

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  I... I knew it...

Phoenix:
  I knew you'd say he was
  inside that costume!

Oldbag:
  What?

Oldbag:
  Did you think there could've
  been someone else inside that
  costume?

Oldbag:
  Don't be a bad little boy,
  thinking such rude things.

Phoenix:
  But... But the possibility
  does exist!

Oldbag:
  Ah, young'uns today.
  I told you, there is no way it
  was anyone else.

Judge:
  H-How do you know that?

Oldbag:
  Because... I said so.
  And what I say is the truth.

Phoenix:
  (At least she's just as
  delightful a witness as
  she was a year ago...)

Judge:
  Mr. Wright.
  You may cross-examine the
  witness.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CROSS EXAMINATION
-- Who I Saw --

(1)
Oldbag:
  Engarde... Engarde...
  Yes, now I remember!

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Would you please get on
       with your testimony!

     Oldbag:
       Hmph! Watch your language,
       young man! What sort of tone
       is that to take with an elder!

     Oldbag:
       My youthfulness isn't what it
       used to be, so you should
       forgive me for everything!

     Oldbag:
       If you keep on barking at me
       like that, I'll start singing
       at the top of my lungs!

     Phoenix:
       Uh, what?

     Oldbag:
       "A striking figure by the sea,
       standing all alone is he.
       He's the Nickel Samurai!"

     Phoenix:
       (...She's actually singing...
       Someone help my poor ears.)

     Judge:
       Mr. Edgeworth.
       Can you please do something
       about this racket!?

     Edgeworth:
       Witness. I'll give you a piece
       of gum later if you'll be good
       and stick to just the facts.

     Oldbag:
       OKAAAAAAAY!
       ...
       You promise, right!?

     Edgeworth:
       Wright. I'll be sending the
       bill for the chewing gum to
       your office at a later date.

     Phoenix:
       (Remind me to send you a
       thank you note later too,
       Edgeworth, old chum...)

(2)
Oldbag:
  The Nickel Samurai, that's
  right, it was the Nickel
  Samurai that I saw!

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Be a little more careful with
       your testimony, please!

     Phoenix:
       Not too long ago, you said he
       was wearing his "racing
       jacket", and now he's not!?

     Oldbag:
       "Not too long ago"...?

     Oldbag:
       Then let me ask you this!
       When you were itty-bitty,
       what was your grand dream?

     Phoenix:
       ...Huh?

     Oldbag:
       What did you want to be when
       you grew up, whippersnapper!?

     Phoenix:
       My dream, huh...?

     Phoenix:
       Well, I... uh, wanted to be
       Judge Wackner, hero of the
       Public's Court. So what!?

     Oldbag:
       See!

     Oldbag:
       And look at where you are now!
       You're not Judge Wackner, are
       you!? Are you!?

     Phoenix:
       Well...

     Oldbag:
       "What I said earlier"...

     Oldbag:
       Who puts any weight into
       things like that!?

     Oldbag:
       The "now" is everything!
       I can't be held responsible
       for the "past"!

     Phoenix:
       (Since when did court become
       theatrics over testimonies?)

     Oldbag:
       All that matters is that man
       was inside that costume.
       Isn't that enough!?

(3)
Oldbag:
  Yes, it would have been
  convenient for him to wear
  his costume during the murder.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       And why would that be?

     Oldbag:
       That way, no one could see
       his face, of course!

     Phoenix:
       But there's still no advantage
       for him that I can see.

     Phoenix:
       In fact, you would think the
       costume would make him stand
       out all the more!

     Oldbag:
       ...

     Oldbag:
       You are such a annoying child,
       you know that? You disagree
       with everything I say...

     Phoenix:
       (Isn't that what YOU'RE always
       doing to me!?)

     Oldbag:
       I got it! Maybe it was more
       troublesome for him to change
       in and out of his costume!

(4)
Oldbag:
  He had to go to that post-
  ceremony stage show right
  after the crime, you know.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Was there anyone else
       scheduled to appear at the
       post-ceremony show?

     Oldbag:
       Well, all the contestants were
       supposed to go onstage in a
       friendly gesture thing.

     Phoenix:
       And that included the Jammin'
       Ninja...?

     Oldbag:
       Of course it included him!

     Oldbag:
       That's why when Engarde
       came out of dear Juan's room,

     Oldbag:
       I didn't give it a second
       thought.

     Judge:
       Hmm... I see.

     Oldbag:
       Well, anyway.

(5)
Oldbag:
  So he must've worn that
  Nickel Samurai costume when
  he was stabbing poor Juan.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       So let me ask you one last
       time.

     Phoenix:
       The person you saw, it really
       was the Nickel Samurai?

     Oldbag:
       As showy as ever.

     Oldbag:
       Haven't I been saying that
       from the very beginning!?

     Phoenix:
       (Can I throw in the towel
       yet?)

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  Hmm...

Mia:
  You don't need to think too
  hard on this one.

Phoenix:
  Huh?

Mia:
  There's a contradiction in her
  testimony and it's sitting in
  plain sight.

Mia:
  The question is what that
  contradiction means for us...

Phoenix:
  (Well, I have to figure out
  what you're talking about
  first, but OK...)

RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Present Knife* at (5)

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  Please take a look at this.

Oldbag:
  Yeah, so, it's a knife.
  Big deal.

Oldbag:
  If you're trying to scare me
  with that, I'll have you know
  it won't work!

Phoenix:
  No no, that's not my intention
  at all...

Judge:
  That's the knife that was used
  in the murder, correct?

Phoenix:
  Your Honor. Do you know why
  this piece of evidence is
  important to this case?

Judge:
  You don't even have to ask.
  It's because the defendant's
  fingerprints are on it.

Edgeworth:
  ...

Edgeworth:
  Is that what you're driving
  at...?

Phoenix:
  That is exactly what I am
  driving at.

Judge:
  What are we driving at?
  And whose car are we driving?

Phoenix:
  If Mr. Engarde was really in
  the Nickel Samurai costume at
  the time of the murder,

Phoenix:
  then it's impossible for his
  fingerprints to have been left
  on this knife!

Phoenix:
  Actually, he would have wiped
  all previous fingerprints on
  this knife right off!

Judge:
  Oh, that's right! The Nickel
  Samurai wears gloves,
  doesn't he?

Edgeworth:
  *OBJECTION!*

Edgeworth:
  He probably took his gloves
  off before he began the
  stabbing!

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  And why would he do something
  like that? To leave his prints
  on the murder weapon?

Phoenix:
  There is no way he would do
  something like that!

Edgeworth:
  However, there is one
  possibility!

Phoenix:
  Then let's hear your
  "possibility"!

Edgeworth:
  It's very simple.

Edgeworth:
  The defendant went to the
  victim's room while in costume
  as the Nickel Samurai.

Edgeworth:
  At that time, the defendant
  held no intent to murder.

Edgeworth:
  He was probably just going to
  relax and talk with the victim
  about the stage show.

Edgeworth:
  Which is why he took his
  gloves off!

Judge:
  Hmm...
  But the murder still did take
  place...

Edgeworth:
  It's well known that the
  defendant and the victim had
  bad blood between them.

Judge:
  Hmm, yes... I have heard of
  that...

Judge:
  Well, Mr. Wright? What do you
  have to say about
  Mr. Edgeworth's theory...?

Phoenix:
  (So let me get this straight.
  Edgeworth's theory goes like
  this:)

Phoenix:
  (When the defendant went to
  the victim's room, he had no
  intentions of killing him.)

Phoenix:
  (Now, up to this point, are
  there any problems with his
  theory...?)

*** There are no problems. *****************
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Argh... I can't see any real
*   problems with his theory...)
*
* Mia:
*   But if you let Edgeworth's
*   theory stand,
*
* Mia:
*   then we're one very large step
*   closer to a guilty verdict.
*
* Mia:
*   Look at the Court Record again
*   and take another shot at it.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Yeah, I just have to think
*   about it one more time...)
*
* Judge:
*   Mr. Wright, please make your
*   decision soon.
*
* RETURN TO QUESTION
*
********************************************

*** There is a contradiction. **************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** Think about it one more time. **********
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Hmm... I think I need a
*   little more time on this one.)
*
* RETURN TO QUESTION
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  This theory contradicts
  something in an earlier
  testimony!

Edgeworth:
  Wh-What are you babbling
  about...?

Phoenix:
  Now, for argument sake, let's
  suppose Mr. Engarde was the
  killer. If that's the case,

Phoenix:
  I think it's impossible for
  the killer to have gone to the
  victim's room without intent!

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Edgeworth:
x   Naturally, you point to the
x   one piece with the least
x   value... but with such vigor!
x
x Edgeworth:
x   Enjoy your energy while you
x   can. Humans don't live
x   forever... Neither do lawyers.
x
x Judge:
x   You sure like to think you
x   can bluff your way out of
x   things, don't you?
x
x Mia:
x   Phoenix, pay attention!
x
x Mia:
x   Let's pretend for a second
x   that Mr. Engarde is the
x   murderer.
x
x Mia:
x   Now from that angle, if he
x   didn't have a murderous intent
x   from the very beginning,
x
x Mia:
x   then that means there is a
x   certain object that shouldn't
x   be at the crime scene, right?
x
x Phoenix:
x   ("A certain thing"...? What
x   certain thing...?)
x
x Edgeworth:
x   How are you doing over there?
x   Busy collecting your thoughts?
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Alright, let's give this one
x   more try... and with even more
x   spirit this time!)
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Knife*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  This knife.
  This was used by Mr. Engarde
  at dinner.

Judge:
  Y-Yes, we did establish that.

Phoenix:
  Which means that if my client
  was, in fact, the killer...

Phoenix:
  Then he brought this knife
  with him when he went to visit
  Mr. Corrida.

Edgeworth:
  I suppose...

Phoenix:
  However, you just said it
  yourself.

Phoenix:
  "At that time, the defendant
  held no intent to murder."

Phoenix:
  If that were true, then why
  would he bring a knife!?
  He wouldn't, would he!?

Edgeworth:
  Hmm...

Phoenix:
  Which means, Mr. Edgeworth,

Phoenix:
  your theory was flawed from
  supposition one!

Phoenix:
  And one more thing!

Phoenix:
  If the murderer was wearing
  the costume at the time of
  the murder...

Phoenix:
  Then there should be glove
  marks left on the knife!

Phoenix:
  Which means the defendant's
  fingerprints shouldn't be all
  over it like bees on a hive!

Edgeworth:
  ...

Phoenix:
  And that brings me to my final
  point...

Phoenix:
  This knife was planted by the
  real killer to hide their
  identity and mislead us!

Judge:
  O-Order!
  Order, I say!
  Order in the court!!

Judge:
  Was this knife really planted
  by the killer!?

Judge:
  Why would the murderer
  do such a thing!?

xxx To hide the murder method. xxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   It's to hide the way in which
x   the murder was carried out,
x   of course!
x
x Edgeworth:
x   M-More of your nonsense!?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Take another good look at
x   the autopsy report!
x
x Phoenix:
x   The victim actually died from
x   strangulation!
x
x Phoenix:
x   The killer tried to hide this
x   by stabbing a knife into the
x   victim's chest!
x
x Judge:
x   But doesn't the autopsy
x   admit that the cause of
x   death was strangulation?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Well, yes, the real cause of
x   death was easily discovered...
x
x Edgeworth:
x   Then I'd say the knife did a
x   terrible job of "concealing"
x   this fact!
x
x Phoenix:
x   ...
x
x Phoenix:
x   Aha ha ha...
x
x Edgeworth:
x   And that laugh doesn't do a
x   very good job of concealing
x   your error either!
x
x Judge:
x   Mr. Wright!
x   I will ask you one more time!
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*** To frame Matt Engarde. *****************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  It's to frame my client,
  Mr. Engarde, of course!

Judge:
  To frame...

Edgeworth:
  *OBJECTION!*

Edgeworth:
  A-Aren't you forcing the
  interpretation just a little
  too hard on this one!?

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  But we just established that
  the witness saw the "Nickel
  Samurai" in costume,

Phoenix:
  and if that were true, then
  there shouldn't be a single
  fingerprint on this knife!

Edgeworth:
  Grrrrrrrrr!
  Witneeeeeesssssss!!

Oldbag:
  ...

Oldbag:
  Looks like I've made your life
  a tiny bit more difficult, huh
  Edgey...?

Edgeworth:
  Gnnnnngh...

Judge:
  Witness, did you or did you
  not really see the Nickel
  Samurai?

Oldbag:
  Well, I guess at first I might
  have forgotten, but...

Phoenix:
  Are you saying you mixed up
  Mr. Engarde with the Nickel
  Samurai, his character on TV!?

Oldbag:
  But I mean, I can't really do
  anything about that!

Oldbag:
  Look, I was waiting around in
  front of their doors because,
  well...

Oldbag:
  Well, I wasn't waiting around
  for the Nickel Samurai, that's
  for sure!

Phoenix:
  ...!

Phoenix:
  (She wasn't waiting for the
  "Nickel Samurai"...?)

Phoenix:
  Alright then... Who were you
  waiting around for then?

Oldbag:
  ...
  Hmph! That's top secret to
  anyone outside of security!

Judge:
  I have a feeling that you were
  waiting for Mr. Juan Corrida.
  Am I correct, witness?

Oldbag:
  Ha ha ha.

Oldbag:
  The way you think, you are
  a sad amateur with a terrible
  case of near-sightedness.

Judge:
  Amateur...? Me...?
  What am I an amateur of...?

Phoenix:
  (So Oldbag was waiting around
  in front of the victim's
  room...)

Phoenix:
  (But it doesn't sound like she
  was waiting to catch a glimpse
  of Mr. Corrida...)

Mia:
  Maybe... Phoenix!
  Maybe the old bag was waiting
  around for "that" person!

Phoenix:
  (Hmm, if it's who I think
  Mia's hinting at... It's
  certainly possible...)

Phoenix:
  Ms. Oldbag.

Phoenix:
  You were waiting for this
  person to come out of the
  victim's room, weren't you?

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Mia:
x   What are you talking about,
x   Phoenix!?
x
x Mia:
x   She could've waited until the
x   next century and this would
x   never have appeared!
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Ouch... Busted...
x   Guess there's no fooling her.)
x
x Judge:
x   You two!
x   What do you think you're doing
x   flirting in my courtroom!?
x
x Phoenix:
x   We weren't doing anything
x   like that...
x   Honest...
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Well, back to the drawing
x   board on this one...)
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Oldbag was waiting around in
x   front of the victim's room...)
x
x Phoenix:
x   (But it doesn't sound like she
x   was waiting to catch a glimpse
x   of Mr. Corrida...)
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Adrian Andrews profile*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Judge:
  Who is this person...?

Phoenix:
  This is Adrian Andrews,
  Mr. Engarde's manager.

Judge:
  B-But why would the
  defendant's manager be in the
  victim's room...?

Edgeworth:
  It seems that this is the
  latest rumor in circulation,
  Your Honor.

Judge:
  ...Hmm... Oh... This is...
  Well, this is...
  Hmm, hmm... Hah, I see...

Phoenix:
  (The judge seems to be really
  into the "article"... If it
  can be called such a thing...)

Judge:
  Then this manager with the
  initials A. A.... Are you
  saying it's...?

Edgeworth:
  Adrian Andrews.
  Without a doubt, the witness
  thought so as well.

Oldbag:
  ...
  Hmph.
  Looks like you found me out.

Oldbag:
  Well, that's fine. I can throw
  away this whole sworn to
  confidentiality stuff.

Judge:
  W-Witness...?
  What in the world are you...

Mia:
  Watch out, Phoenix.
  I've got a bad feeling about
  this... A very bad feeling.

Oldbag:
  I got some information...
  Some very secret information
  from a certain source.

Oldbag:
  So that's why I was doing my
  own little investigation...
  In secret, of course.

Judge:
  B-But what for...?

Oldbag:
  Oh, just for myself...
  Personal reasons and all that.

Judge:
  ...

Judge:
  Well, Mr. Edgeworth.
  How will you proceed from
  here?

Edgeworth:
  I really don't want to do
  this, however I cannot simply
  let this point slide.

Judge:
  I see.

Judge:
  Very well then. Witness,
  please testify about this
  "secret information".

Oldbag:
  Get ready!
  This is going to take the wind
  out of you young'uns!

Phoenix:
  (I'm sure we're all capable of
  handling this... Really, it's
  not like we're ten years old.)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- Secret Information --

(1)
Oldbag:
  That Engarde is one evil,
  evil man!

(2)
Oldbag:
  He thought he could ruin
  poor Juan by causing a huge
  scandal!

(3)
Oldbag:
  So to do that, he sent his own
  manager to get in close with
  Juan!

(4)
Oldbag:
  I cannot condone such
  dirty tricks! So I took
  action!

(5)
Oldbag:
  ...Oh, and this is top secret,
  you got that!? Nobode else
  but you and me know yet, OK?

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  The defendant sent his
  manager...? What a distasteful
  topic for this court!

Oldbag:
  What!?
  Nobody's above gossip!

Oldbag:
  And isn't there a saying!?
  "The truth is never pleasant."

Phoenix:
  (Never heard that one
  before...)

Judge:
  Mr. Edgeworth.
  What about this Adrian
  Andrews person...?

Edgeworth:
  We have looked into this
  matter,

Edgeworth:
  and found that the "truth" the
  article proposes is, in fact,
  baseless gossip.

Judge:
  Hmm...
  But should this be true...

Judge:
  Then this proves that the
  defendant did bear ill-will
  towards the victim.

Phoenix:
  (...So this means I have to
  smash this rumor once and
  for all.)

Judge:
  Now then, Mr. Wright.
  You may cross-examine the
  witness.

Mia:
  Be careful.
  The old bag seems rather
  excited right now.

Oldbag:
  That's right!
  Engarde is nothing but your
  average foul-blooded youth!

Phoenix:
  (Well, as the old saying
  goes... You've gotta burn
  old bags with fire!)

Phoenix:
  (Time to fire up the
  afterburners and hit the
  highway to the danger zone!)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CROSS EXAMINATION
-- Secret Information --

(1)
Oldbag:
  That Engarde is one evil,
  evil man!

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       You can't say something like
       that without proof!
       That's just slander!

     Oldbag:
       But it's true! That woman was
       getting intimate with poor
       Juan!

     Oldbag:
       Look! It says so right here,
       doesn't it!? "Manager to the
       stars, Ms. A. A.!"

     Phoenix:
       But the name of the magazine
       this came from is "Gossip
       Land"...

     Oldbag:
       What? Are you saying that
       "gossip" is all just a pack of
       lies?

     Oldbag:
       Hmph, what do you know?

     Oldbag:
       I suppose next you'll swear to
       me that the "news" is 100%
       truth!

     Phoenix:
       Um...

     Oldbag:
       Honestly, sonny. You can't
       discriminate between the news
       and gossip!

     Judge:
       Yes, discrimination is bad,
       Mr. Wright.

     Phoenix:
       (Discriminate? When did I do
       anything like that?)

     Oldbag:
       Anyway, Engarde will never
       get me to say "touché"!

(2)
Oldbag:
  He thought he could ruin
  poor Juan by causing a huge
  scandal!

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       A scandal...? What do you
       mean by that?

     Oldbag:
       You're a dimwitted one, aren't
       you? I can't believe you don't
       know what a "scandal" is!

     Oldbag:
       Honestly, what are they
       teaching kids in middle
       school these days...?

     Phoenix:
       Ah, no no! I wasn't asking
       what the word "scandal" means!
       Even I know that much!

     Oldbag:
       Well! That Engarde thought he
       could own a monopoly on
       popularity!

(3)
Oldbag:
  So to do that, he sent his own
  manager to get in close with
  Juan!

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       You don't have any proof that
       Mr. Engarde did any such
       thing!

     Oldbag:
       You must be suffering from
       shock; the shock of hearing
       the truth.

     Oldbag:
       And now, since you're in so
       much shock, you can't do
       anything right!

     Phoenix:
       (You're right, I can't do any-
       thing, but boy do I wish I
       could do something about you.)

     Oldbag:
       Alright then, sonny, show me
       what you've got!

     Oldbag:
       Can you show me proof that
       Engarde didn't bear any ill-
       will towards Juan!?

     *** Present evidence ***********************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   I'm not going to let you push
     *   me around that easily!
     *
     * Oldbag:
     *   Heh. There's many a man
     *   who've said those exact words
     *   and paid dearly for them.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Maybe you should brace
     *   yourself this time!
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Here is my proof that
     *   Mr. Engarde did not hold any
     *   ill-will towards the victim!
     *
     * xxx Present anything xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
     * x
     * x Phoenix:
     * x   *TAKE THAT!*
     * x
     * x Oldbag:
     * x   ...Is that it?
     * x   You can take it from here,
     * x   Edgey-poo!
     * x
     * x Edgeworth:
     * x   EH!?
     * x   Wh-What are you handing it
     * x   over to me for!?
     * x
     * x Oldbag:
     * x   I want you to give that
     * x   jagged-headed baboon-boy a
     * x   message for me! Please?
     * x
     * x Oldbag:
     * x   Tell him that no matter what
     * x   he does, the only thing he's
     * x   good at is failing.
     * x
     * x Edgeworth:
     * x   Um... What she said, Wright!
     * x   Or should I say...
     * x   Baboon-boy!
     * x
     * x Judge:
     * x   Yes, I agree this isn't much
     * x   of a piece of evidence...
     * x   Baboon-boy.
     * x
     * x Phoenix:
     * x   (Did I just gain a new
     * x   nickname here...?)
     * x
     * x CONTINUE
     * x
     * xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
     *
     ********************************************

     *** Decline the offer to present ***********
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   ...I don't have anything to
     *   offer.
     *
     * Oldbag:
     *   Seeeeeee!
     *   Just as I thought.
     *
     * CONTINUE
     *
     ********************************************

     Oldbag:
       And you were lecturing me
       about saying things without
       proof!

     Oldbag:
       You've just given me a free
       pass to say whatever I want
       whenever I want, silly boy!

     Phoenix:
       (Me and my big mouth...)

     Oldbag:
       That's the way the cookie
       crumbles. For you, anyway.

(4)
Oldbag:
  I cannot condone such
  dirty tricks! So I took
  action!

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       So, what do you mean by
       "I took action"...?

     Oldbag:
       Like I already told you, I was
       lying in wait close to the
       crime scene!

     Oldbag:
       Once that slimy woman came
       out of Juan's room...

     Oldbag:
       I was going to capture her,
       and teach her a good lesson.
       Something you young'uns need!

     Judge:
       You were going to "teach
       her a good lesson"...?

     Oldbag:
       I was going to make her eat
       the damaging beams of my
       ray gun!

     Oldbag:
       Like this!

     Judge:
       N-No, stop!

     Oldbag:
       Well, it was too bad that
       woman didn't come through
       the door that night.

(5)
Oldbag:
  ...Oh, and this is top secret,
  you got that!? Nobode else
  but you and me know yet, OK?

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Wait!

     Oldbag:
       What!? I'm a busy woman!
       Tea time with the kids is
       over!

     Phoenix:
       Secret information that no one
       else knows yet...

     Phoenix:
       If that's true, then how do
       you know this "secret
       information"!?

     Oldbag:
       Huh!?
       Well... That's... because I'm
       a pro... Yes, that's it...

     Phoenix:
       ...

     Oldbag:
       I-It's a secret! Even if you
       drill a hole into my brain,
       you'll never find out!

     Phoenix:
       (How in the world did that old
       bat get such a "secret" piece
       of information...?)

     *** Press further **************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   If you don't be a good girl
     *   and tell me where you got
     *   this secret information...
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   You won't get to go home
     *   today!
     *
     * Oldbag:
     *   Umm...
     *
     * Oldbag:
     *   Edgey-boy! What are you
     *   doing!? Help me!
     *
     * Edgeworth:
     *   Eh!?
     *   What do I have to do with
     *   this!?
     *
     * Oldbag:
     *   Just do this for me...
     *   You'll get your reward.
     *
     * Edgeworth:
     *   Hmph. I don't want your
     *   reward, but you don't leave me
     *   much of a choice...
     *
     * Edgeworth:
     *   *OBJECTION!*
     *
     * Edgeworth:
     *   The witness could have gotten
     *   her information from anywhere!
     *
     * Edgeworth:
     *   It's even possible that it was
     *   spontaneously made up inside
     *   the witness' head!
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (And he lectures ME on
     *   "reckless blabbering"!?)
     *
     * Judge:
     *   As long as we don't know
     *   where this information came
     *   from,
     *
     * Judge:
     *   it's quite a waste of time to
     *   focus on this line of
     *   questioning.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (Where did Oldbag get her
     *   inside information...?)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (There has to be something I
     *   can use to figure out it out!)
     *
     ********************************************

     *** Present evidence ***********************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   So no one else is supposed
     *   to know this "secret
     *   information" correct?
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   If that's true, then why do
     *   you know it, Ms. Oldbag...?
     *
     * Oldbag:
     *   Wh-Wh-Why are you looking at
     *   me like that...?
     *   Stop that!
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Witness!
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   I'm sad to say it, but this
     *   is how you found out this
     *   secret, isn't it!?
     *
     * xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
     * x
     * x Phoenix:
     * x   *TAKE THAT!*
     * x
     * x Edgeworth:
     * x   *OBJECTION!*
     * x
     * x Edgeworth:
     * x   You call that "proof"!? It
     * x   looks more like proof of spite
     * x   towards the witness!
     * x
     * x Edgeworth:
     * x   If you have nothing to back up
     * x   your claims, then they are no
     * x   more valid than "gossip"!
     * x
     * x Judge:
     * x   Objection sustained.
     * x
     * x Judge:
     * x   Witness, please feel free to
     * x   ignore the defense's gesture
     * x   of ill-will and continue.
     * x
     * x Oldbag:
     * x   Okie-dokie!
     * x   See, nothing can get me down!
     * x
     * x Phoenix:
     * x   (Great... That did nothing but
     * x   set me back a few minutes
     * x   of my life...)
     * x
     * xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
     *
     * *** Present Lotta's Camera *****************
     * *
     * * CONTINUE TO THE NEXT PART
     * *
     * ********************************************
     *
     ********************************************

     *** Wait and see ***************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (I should probably think a bit
     *   more about this... I don't
     *   want to do anything rash...)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (For now, maybe I should sit
     *   back and watch how things
     *   play out...)
     *
     ********************************************

--------------------------------------------

Mia:
  Sounds like just another
  tidbit of gossip, doesn't it?

Mia:
  But you can't just ignore it
  either. It makes your client
  look bad either way.

Phoenix:
  (Well, I don't think I heard
  anything really out of the
  ordinary just now...)

Mia:
  There has to be something we
  can catch her on...

Phoenix:
  (Yeah... And when I find it,
  I'm going to press the heck
  out of it...)

RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  The "investigative
  photographer", Lotta Hart...

Judge:
  Oh yes... I remember that
  mischievous girl.

Phoenix:
  She reported that she had lost
  a certain note she had written
  to herself.

Judge:
  She reported such a thing...?

Phoenix:
  On that piece of paper, she
  had written down some of her
  outrageo... er, impressions

Phoenix:
  about the relationship between
  the victim and Ms. Andrews.

Oldbag:
  Wh-What!?
  Outrageous ideas, you say!?

Phoenix:
  No no no, I said impressions.

Oldbag:
  Then... Then...!

Oldbag:
  Then everything written on
  this piece of paper is
  completely meaningless!

Phoenix:
  Ah! That's it!
  That's the note!

Oldbag:
  Ah!

Oldbag:
  AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHH!
  Noooo! You see, this is some-
  thing completely different!

Oldbag:
  This is my top secret list of
  groceries to buyyyyyyy!!

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  Hmm, then you are the one
  who took Ms. Hart's note?

Oldbag:
  I'm a huuuuuuuge fan of
  Juan's, that's why!

Oldbag:
  That infamous, puffy-haired
  whippersnapper...

Oldbag:
  She's working with that evil
  Engarde! She said so herself!
  "En garde! I'm his sidekick!"

Oldbag:
  She was so happy, smiling like
  a silly duck.

Oldbag:
  I was only checking what she
  had written!

Phoenix:
  ...

Judge:
  ...

Edgeworth:
  ...

Oldbag:
  ...

Oldbag:
  Edgey-poo! You believe me,
  don't you!?

Edgeworth:
  Nngh...

Oldbag:
  I was only trying to help out
  like the angel I am!

Oldbag:
  It's only one little piece of
  paper! I've never taken
  anything else before!

Edgeworth:
  You really should come with
  a supply of cheese to match
  your vintage whine.

Judge:
  Well, it was only a piece
  of paper. I suppose we can
  overlook this just this once.

Phoenix:
  (She looks like she's really
  sorry...)

Phoenix:
  (Should I forgive her?)

*** Pile on more pressure. *****************
*
* Phoenix:
*   (If I let up on her now,
*   she'll get away...)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I have to find some way to
*   inflict a deafening blow to
*   the prosecution!)
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** Forgive her. ***************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   I guess we should forgive her.
*
* Oldbag:
*   Hmph! Who the heck are you
*   to decide who should be
*   forgiven, you delinquent!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Grr...
*   (Number of endearing
*   qualities: ZERO.)
*
* Mia:
*   Phoenix.
*
* Mia:
*   You can't go easy on her.
*   She's no frail old lady.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Y-Yeah...
*
* Mia:
*   You should be pressing her
*   until she gives in!
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Mia is really scary today...
*   *gulp*)
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  Witness!

Phoenix:
  You said that the only thing
  you stole was that note.

Phoenix:
  Is this correct?

Oldbag:
  S-S-Stole!?
  Why don't you listen more
  carefully, you annoying brat!?

Oldbag:
  I saved this piece of paper
  from the terrible, lonely
  trash can! That's all!

Phoenix:
  You're lying, dammit!
  And I can prove it!!

Oldbag:
  Are you putting my credibility
  under scrutiny again!?

Phoenix:
  Ms. Oldbag!

Phoenix:
  I don't believe that the note
  is the only thing you stole
  that night!

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Edgeworth:
x   Hmph.
x   More than the witness'
x   credibility,
x
x Edgeworth:
x   perhaps you should be worrying
x   about your legal standing, or
x   should I say, falling?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Um...
x
x Judge:
x   I'm setting the volume down to
x   low so I won't have to waste
x   my time with your objections!
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Hmm... I never knew the
x   judge had hearing aids...)
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Argh! Now's not the time to
x   be wondering about health
x   conditions! OK, one more try!)
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Lotta's Camera*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  Ms. Oldbag!

Phoenix:
  That note was with a camera,
  inside its case, wasn't it?

Judge:
  A camera...?

Phoenix:
  Yesterday, Lotta Hart was
  raising a huge stink over her
  camera.

Phoenix:
  She kept saying something
  like, "My sweetie $1,600
  camera disappeared on me!"

Judge:
  Why...
  Why...
  Witness!!

Oldbag:
  What is it, gramps?

Phoenix:
  If you have the note, then it
  is only logical that you have
  the camera too!

Oldbag:
  Grr...
  Looks like you found me out
  again, sonny...

Oldbag:
  Is this the camera you're
  looking for?

Phoenix:
  Ah, that's...!

Oldbag:
  What!?
  Even though I look like this,
  I'm still a person, you know!

Oldbag:
  I still eat meals like you, I
  fall in love... and "borrow"
  things from people!

Judge:
  Um... I think your definition
  of "borrow" is a little off...

Oldbag:
  I saw that woman's business
  card and that's when I noticed
  it said,

Oldbag:
  "Slimebag Celebrity
  Photographer Extraordinaire"!

Oldbag:
  Well, when I saw that, I had
  to know what sort of pictures
  she had taken!

Oldbag:
  I'm a professional security
  guard! It's my business to
  know these things!

Judge:
  Bailiff!

Judge:
  Check this camera's photos.
  Hurry!

Judge:
  We must examine them at once!

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Judge:
  Well, Mr. Edgeworth...
  What do we have?

Edgeworth:
  There is only one photo that
  seems to be relevant to this
  case.

Judge:
  Please present it to the
  court!

Judge:
  Th-This is...
  This is the Nickel Samurai!

Oldbag:
  See, I told you!
  That's the guy I saw!

Judge:
  This proves that the witness
  was not lying earlier about
  this matter.

*Lotta's Photo added to the
Court Record.*

Judge:
  Wh-What does all this mean,
  Mr. Edgeworth!?

Edgeworth:
  This photo by itself does not
  prove that the person in it is
  the defendant. However!

Edgeworth:
  In his own confession,
  Mr. Engarde clearly stated
  that...

Edgeworth:
  At the time of the murder, he
  was still in his Nickel
  Samurai costume!

Judge:
  If that is the case, then...
  this Nickel Samurai is...

Edgeworth:
  The defendant.

Judge:
  How did it come to this...?

Judge:
  I think this brings us to the
  end. We have examined every
  piece of evidence thoroughly.

Judge:
  Final comments, Mr. Wright?
  The court will consider them
  before we close.

Judge:
  Do you agree that this photo
  is decisive evidence against
  your client?

Phoenix:
  (If this photo really is
  decisive, then we're done
  for!)

Phoenix:
  (But if I raise an objection
  here and blow it, then I would
  put Maya's life in jeopardy.)

Phoenix:
  (I can't make a mistake here!
  There is only one road out of
  this mess!)

Phoenix:
  This photo that Lotta took...
  There's...

*** nothing strange with it. ***************
*
* Phoenix:
*   There is nothing strange
*   with this photo.
*
* Edgeworth:
*   Hmph.
*
* Edgeworth:
*   I have done nothing to alter
*   this picture either, in case
*   you're wondering, Wright.
*
* Judge:
*   I see...
*   And it seems the defense will
*   rest on this matter.
*
* Judge:
*   In that case, there is no
*   reason to further prolong this
*   trial.
*
* Mia:
*   Is this really alright with
*   you, Phoenix!?
*
* Phoenix:
*   W-Well...
*   There's nothing wrong with
*   this photo that I can poi--
*
* Mia:
*   Try again!
*   Take another good look at it!
*
* Mia:
*   And if you still don't see
*   anything... Do something...
*   anything to prolong the trial!
*
* Phoenix:
*   Y-Yes, Chief!
*
* Phoenix:
*   W-Wait, Your Honor!
*
* Judge:
*   What is it, Mr. Wright?
*
* Judge:
*   I'm about to enter my verdict.
*   Please address me with your
*   comment afterwards.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Um, no, I'm sorry, but this
*   can't wait...
*
* Edgeworth:
*   Oh? Let me guess. You are
*   going to point out some
*   peculiarity with this photo?
*
* Judge:
*   Wh-What?
*
* Judge:
*   Why didn't you say so
*   earlier!?
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** something strange with it. *************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  There's... There's something
  strange with this photo!

Edgeworth:
  I knew this was coming,
  Wright.

Judge:
  Your thoughts, Mr. Edgeworth?

Edgeworth:
  I think we can all agree there
  is nothing strange with this
  photo.

Edgeworth:
  There is no way for the
  defense to debunk this photo,
  even with a bunker buster.

Judge:
  "Debunk with a bunker
  buster"!? Is that what you're
  planning to do, Mr. Wright!?

Phoenix:
  ...

Phoenix:
  Um, anyway, please look at the
  photo one more time!

Judge:
  If you really believe you can
  honestly find something wrong
  with this photo,

Judge:
  then you should only need
  one chance, correct...?

Phoenix:
  Um... Well...

Phoenix:
  (I have to find something
  wrong with this photo! I can't
  let this chance go by!)

Phoenix:
  (Where in the heck did she
  take this picture anyway...?)

Phoenix:
  (It's all out of focus! Why
  can't she take a good shot,
  especially when it counts!?)

Judge:
  Now then, let's hear your
  objection.

Judge:
  What about this photo is
  "strange"...?

xxx Present the Nickel Samurai xxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   It's this person here, of
x   course!
x
x Judge:
x   You mean the "Nickel Samurai"?
x   And what is wrong with that?
x
x Phoenix:
x   At the time of the murder,
x   Mr. Engarde was in his own
x   room!
x
x Phoenix:
x   Which means this Nickel
x   Samurai is a fa--
x
x Edgeworth:
x   *OBJECTION!*
x
x Edgeworth:
x   If you think that's all it
x   takes, you should reconsider
x   your choice of occupation.
x
x Phoenix:
x   Urk.
x
x Edgeworth:
x   I think it's about time you
x   retired!
x
x Judge:
x   Hmm, it looks like there was
x   no problem with this photo
x   after all.
x
x Edgeworth:
x   The problem was with the
x   brain of that lawyer, Your
x   Honor.
x
x Phoenix:
x   W-Wait!
x
x Judge:
x   You are the one who let your
x   last chance fly away from you,
x   Mr. Wright!
x
x GAME OVER
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

xxx Present anywhere else xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Phoenix:
x   The strange thing is somewhere
x   around here!
x   ...I think.
x
x Edgeworth:
x   "Somewhere"...?
x
x Judge:
x   "Around here"...?
x
x Mia:
x   "I think"...?
x
x Phoenix:
x   A-Am I seeing something
x   you all are not...?
x
x Judge:
x   Hmm, it looks like there was
x   no problem with this photo
x   after all.
x
x Edgeworth:
x   The problem was with the
x   brain of that lawyer, Your
x   Honor.
x
x Phoenix:
x   W-Wait!
x
x Judge:
x   You are the one who let your
x   last chance fly away from you,
x   Mr. Wright!
x
x GAME OVER
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present the feet area of the Nickel Samurai*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  I would like to direct the
  court's attention to this one
  area right here!

Judge:
  Wh-What are you pointing to?
  His ankles...?

Phoenix:
  If you could see this person's
  ankle, that would be one
  thing... However you can't.

Judge:
  A-And...?
  What does that mean...?

Phoenix:
  The "Nickel Samurai" in this
  photo could not have been
  Mr. Engarde!

Judge:
  What is the meaning of this!?

Edgeworth:
  *OBJECTION!*

Edgeworth:
  I wonder if you would care to
  elaborate... With actual
  facts, that is.

Phoenix:
  Let's take a look at the
  Nickel Samurai's poster.

Phoenix:
  Please pay particular
  attention to the area around
  the bottom of the hakama.

Judge:
  His... His socks... You can
  see his socks...

Phoenix:
  Exactly!
  However, in this photo...

Phoenix:
  The Nickel Samurai is clearly
  holding his hakama up just
  to walk!

Edgeworth:
  ...

Phoenix:
  There is only one explanation
  for this!

Phoenix:
  The person inside this costume
  is clearly much shorter than
  the defendant!

Phoenix:
  (Alright. I think I've turned
  things around for myself this
  time!)

Mia:
  That's curious...

Phoenix:
  Huh?
  What is?

Mia:
  Edgeworth is unusually calm
  today...

Phoenix:
  That's true...

Mia:
  He's just letting the trial
  run itself; as if he's only
  along for the ride.

Phoenix:
  "Along for the ride"...?
  What do you mean by that?

Mia:
  I can only think that perhaps
  he doesn't feel under attack
  at all...

Phoenix:
  (He doesn't feel under
  attack!? Then, he's not taking
  any damage!?)

Judge:
  Mr. Edgeworth!
  Where does this leave us!?

Edgeworth:
  ...

Judge:
  If the person in this photo is
  not Matt Engarde...

Judge:
  Then everything the
  prosecution has tried to prove
  has become meaningless!

Edgeworth:
  ...

Edgeworth:
  Hmm... I thought it would
  come to this.

Phoenix:
  WHAT!?

Edgeworth:
  Wright.
  I have something I want to
  ask you.

Edgeworth:
  I think you have proven that
  the person inside this costume
  is not Matt Engarde.

Edgeworth:
  In that case...

Edgeworth:
  Who IS this a photo of...?

Phoenix:
  (Who is the person wearing
  the Nickel Samurai costume?)

Mia:
  Don't stress out over this,
  Phoenix.
  It's very simple.

Mia:
  What you should be focused on
  is Edgeworth's attitude, don't
  you think?

Phoenix:
  (Yeah...
  Why is he so calm...?)

Judge:
  Mr. Wright.
  Let's hear your thoughts.

Judge:
  Who is the person in this
  photograph...?

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Judge:
x   Are you saying this is
x   who you think was in
x   the costume...?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Uh... Um... Well, I know there
x   isn't a lot to back me up
x   here, but...
x
x Edgeworth:
x   *OBJECTION!*
x
x Edgeworth:
x   Sometimes I wonder about you.
x   Do you just pick the first
x   piece of evidence you see?
x
x Mia:
x   I can't believe it. I didn't
x   think you would mess up here
x   of all places...
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Argh... And I really thought
x   I had it!)
x
x Judge:
x   Now then, would you care to
x   try one more time?
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Adrian Andrews profile*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Judge:
  A-Adrian Andrews...?

Phoenix:
  If you want to know who that
  Nickel Samurai is, it is none
  other than this woman!

Edgeworth:
  And why would you say it would
  be Ms. Andrews!? What in the
  world points you to her?

Phoenix:
  For starters, she's short.

Phoenix:
  And, she can freely move in
  and out of Mr. Engarde's room.

Phoenix:
  Finally, she had dinner with
  Mr. Engarde that night.

Judge:
  And how does that all add up?

Phoenix:
  It means that it makes it very
  easy for her to get a certain
  item.

Phoenix:
  ...A certain knife with
  Mr. Engarde's fingerprints all
  over it!

Judge:
  The knife that was used as a
  murder weapon!

Edgeworth:
  Why don't you just say what
  it is you want, Wright?

Phoenix:
  (I have to do this now!
  This is my last chance to turn
  things around!)

Phoenix:
  The defense motions to
  indict Ms. Adrian Andrews in
  the murder of Juan Corrida!

Phoenix:
  It was Ms. Andrews who tried
  to frame the defendant for the
  crime!

Judge:
  Order!
  Order!!
  ORDER!!

Judge:
  It looks like this trial has
  hit a most unexpected
  development!

Judge:
  Mr. Edgeworth!

Edgeworth:
  Yes, Your Honor?

Judge:
  This court is issuing a
  subpoena for Ms. Adrian
  Andrews!

Judge:
  A verdict cannot be passed
  without first hearing her
  testimony!

Edgeworth:
  ...

Phoenix:
  (Alright! This is it...)

Mia:
  This... is kind of bad for us.

Phoenix:
  Huh?
  What do you mean?

Mia:
  If Adrian Andrews is summoned
  to court as a witness...

Mia:
  It means that the trial will
  go on for another day.

Phoenix:
  One more day...?
  Ack!!

Phoenix:
  (If I don't get a verdict
  TODAY, then Maya...!)

Judge:
  Now then, we shall set
  Ms. Andrews' testimony for
  tomorrow...

Phoenix:
  (Wh-What am I supposed to
  do!? The judge is about to
  adjourn the court!)

*** Wait and see ***************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I have to do something...
*   The trial must go on!)
*
* Phoenix:
*   (But I don't have anything
*   left... No evidence, no
*   nothing!)
*
* Judge:
*   Now then, court will adjourn
*   for tod--
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** Raise an objection *********************
*
* Judge:
*   Now then...
*
* Phoenix:
*   *OBJECTION!*
*
* Phoenix:
*   Please, Your Honor!
*   Continue the trial!
*   You must pass a verdict today!
*
* Judge:
*   I can't do that.
*
* Judge:
*   We cannot hear Ms. Andrews'
*   testimony if she is not--
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

  *HOLD IT!*

Edgeworth:
  I abhor wasting such valuable
  time...

Phoenix:
  E-Edgeworth?

Edgeworth:
  Your Honor.
  I request that you please
  continue with today's trial.

Judge:
  B-But...

Judge:
  We cannot continue due to
  this unexpected development!

Edgeworth:
  Tsk, tsk.
  "Unexpected" development?

Edgeworth:
  I think you underestimate
  me, Your Honor.

Judge:
  And what do you mean by
  that...?

Edgeworth:
  That Mr. Phoenix Wright would
  slave his way to subpoenaing
  Ms. Adrian Andrews is all

Edgeworth:
  happening according to plan...
  Even if Wright was a bit slow
  to catch on...

Phoenix:
  Wh-Wh-Wh...

Phoenix:
  WHAAAAAAAAAAAAT!?

Judge:
  What is the meaning of your
  statement, Mr. Edgeworth!?

Edgeworth:
  Ms. Adrian Andrews is
  currently waiting in the
  prosecution lobby...

Edgeworth:
  She is the next witness.

Phoenix:
  ...!

Phoenix:
  (Everything... Everything was
  planned out in advance by
  that man...?)

Mia:
  Somehow, I knew there was
  no way Edgeworth would
  overlook Ms. Andrews...

Mia:
  Looks like this battle is far
  from over.

Edgeworth:
  Exactly.

Judge:
  Very well.

Judge:
  We will call the next witness.

Judge:
  However...

Judge:
  Before we proceed, we shall
  take a 10 minute recess.

Judge:
  Please prepare your witness
  in that time, Mr. Edgeworth.

Edgeworth:
  ...

Judge:
  The court will now take a 10
  minute recess.


                                             To be continued.
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                                Part 2-2: Trial                          [0444]
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March 22, 2:14 PM
District Court
Defendant Lobby No. 3

Engarde:
  Dude! I can't believe that
  Adrian... No way! Not cool and
  collected Adrian Andrews!

Phoenix:
  She is your manager. It would
  have been very easy for her
  to pull this off.

Phoenix:
  The only person who had easy
  access to the knife you used
  at dinner was, well... Her.

Engarde:
  So after the ceremony,
  during the break, huh...?

Engarde:
  I was sleeping like a log
  the entire time...

Phoenix:
  See, she could have also
  easily planted that blood-
  covered button in your hakama.

Engarde:
  Hmm... Because she was the one
  that came to wake me up?

Engarde:
  ...

Engarde:
  Then... Dude, you're saying
  it really was her...?

Phoenix:
  Yes. She is the real killer...
  She was the one who murdered
  Juan Corrida.

Engarde:
  But... Why!?
  I thought she was buds with
  Juan...!

Phoenix:
  She has her own agenda.

Engarde:
  H-Her own agenda!?
  Wh-What are you talking about?

Phoenix:
  I'm sure you'll see by the
  time this trial's over.

Phoenix:
  It'll be alright.
  I'll get you acquitted by the
  end of today.

Engarde:
  Get me a verdict that's
  refreshing like a spring
  breeze, OK Mr. Lawyer dude?

Mia:
  Phoenix...

Mia:
  You think her motive is
  related to Celeste Inpax's
  missing suicide note, right?

Phoenix:
  ...Yes.

Phoenix:
  Ms. Andrews depended on
  Ms. Inpax for her strength
  and will to live.

Phoenix:
  But then Ms. Inpax suddenly
  killer herself.

Phoenix:
  It sounds like she left a
  suicide note, and the person
  thought to have hidden it...

Mia:
  ...Is Juan Corrida, the
  victim of this murder.

Phoenix:
  And that's why I think that
  Ms. Andrews got close to
  Mr. Corrida...

Phoenix:
  All to get the suicide note
  back!

Mia:
  That sounds plausible...

Mia:
  But one thing bothers me.

Phoenix:
  Um, what...?

Mia:
  Who was it that first told
  us about their relationship?

Mia:
  Better stated, Mr. Andrews'
  co-dependency with regards
  to Ms. Inpax...?

Phoenix:
  ...

Phoenix:
  It was Edgeworth...

Mia:
  It looks like he's still the
  one in command of this ship.

Mia:
  Don't let your guard down yet.

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March 22, 2:25 PM
District Court
Courtroom No. 3

Judge:
  Court will now reconvene.
  Now then, Mr. Edgeworth,
  if you please.

Edgeworth:
  The prosecution calls the
  witness subpoenaed by this
  court.

Edgeworth:
  Ms. Adrian Andrews, the person
  who discovered the crime in
  Mr. Juan Corrida's room!

--------------------------------------------

Edgeworth:
  What is your occupation?

Andrews:
  I am the manager of the
  defendant in this case,
  Mr. Matt Engarde.

Judge:
  I see.
  Now then...

Andrews:
  Before we begin, Your Honor,
  I have one request.

Judge:
  Uh, yes, sure.
  What is it?

Andrews:
  I'm sure everyone in this room
  is wondering the same thing,

Andrews:
  and would love to find out
  more about my relationship
  with the victim.

Andrews:
  After all, it was the topic of
  a certain weekly "magazine"
  recently...

Judge:
  Ah, no, I have no idea what
  you mean. I've never even
  heard of "Gossip Land"...

Phoenix:
  (If the judge was ever a
  prosecution witness, he'd
  do all my work for me...)

Edgeworth:
  Anyway, I was wondering if you
  could please tell us about
  your relation to the victim.

Andrews:
  Yes, I was seeing Mr. Corrida.

Andrews:
  I was also aware of the
  rivalry that existed between
  Matt and Juan...

Andrews:
  But this was a private matter
  between Juan and myself.

Judge:
  Hmm, so it was a "fry 'n bait"
  matter... or was that "bait 'n
  fry"? Reminds me of fishing...

Andrews:
  But I...
  But I didn't kill him.

Edgeworth:
  No one has accused you of
  that.

Andrews:
  I've got a feeling someone
  will soon...

Phoenix:
  ...!

Judge:
  I think we all understand your
  relationship with the victim
  now, Ms. Andrews.

Edgeworth:
  Very well then. Witness,
  please testify to the court

Edgeworth:
  about what happened when
  you discovered the murder
  that had taken place.

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WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- When I Found the Body --

(1)
Andrews:
  It was time for the show to
  start, so I went to get Matt
  from his room.

(2)
Andrews:
  After that, I went to Juan's
  room.

(3)
Andrews:
  And there was his dead body.
  I... I was in shock...

(4)
Andrews:
  What I saw was, naturally, the
  exact same scene as in the
  crime scene photo.

(5)
Andrews:
  I felt as though I was about
  to faint, so I poured myself a
  glass of juice.

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  You poured yourself a
  glass of juice...?

Andrews:
  Yes. Sadly, I didn't remember
  not to touch things at the
  scene of a crime...

Andrews:
  And I disturbed the crime
  scene by moving this one
  thing...

Edgeworth:
  And that is when the
  fingerprints on the wine glass
  were made, Your Honor.

Judge:
  I see.

Judge:
  Well, Mr. Wright, you may
  cross-examine the witness.

Mia:
  Phoenix.

Mia:
  She is one cool and collected
  customer, and she has the
  brains to match.

Phoenix:
  Yes... I know.

Mia:
  In order to catch a person
  like her, you have to avoid
  head-on confrontations.

Mia:
  You should disrupt her pace.

Phoenix:
  Disrupt her pace...?

Mia:
  She's the type of woman who
  is easily thrown off by things
  inconsistent with her thinking

Mia:
  so you have to attack when
  she least expects it.

Mia:
  The instant you let up on your
  offense is the instant this
  trial is over. Understand?

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CROSS EXAMINATION
-- When I Found the Body --

(1)
Andrews:
  It was time for the show to
  start, so I went to get Matt
  from his room.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       And what was Mr. Engarde doing
       at the time...?

     Andrews:
       He was taking a nap.

     Andrews:
       He was worn out from his mini
       performance as the Nickel
       Samurai during the ceremony...

     Phoenix:
       (Hmm, Mr. Engarde did say he
       was taking a nap...)

     Phoenix:
       Then I guess you could say
       it could not have been taken
       out of his room, yes?

     Andrews:
       Excuse me?
       "It"...?
       What are you...?

     Edgeworth:
       *OBJECTION!*

     Edgeworth:
       Wright. I thought years of
       school would have taught you
       how to construct a sentence.

     Edgeworth:
       If you can't make a sensible
       sentence with a subject, then
       I'll make one for you. Watch.

     Edgeworth:
       Did you, Ms. Andrews, remove
       Mr. Engarde's knife from his
       room?

     Andrews:
       ...No.

     Judge:
       Hmm...

     Edgeworth:
       Subject, verb, object Wright.
       Did you skip basic grammar?
       The witness may continue.

(2)
Andrews:
  After that, I went to Juan's
  room.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       And why did you do that...?

     Andrews:
       As a friendly gesture, Juan
       was to make an appearance
       with the other Heroes.

     Phoenix:
       (So the show was supposed to
       be a "show" of friendship,
       huh?)

     *** Press further **************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   Is that the only reason?
     *
     * Andrews:
     *   I beg your pardon?
     *   What are you implying...?
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   You had a certain goal in mind
     *   when you started to get close
     *   to him, correct...?
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   So perhaps you had a more
     *   personal matter to discuss
     *   with the victim...?
     *
     * Andrews:
     *   ...
     *
     * Andrews:
     *   Sorry, but I didn't have any
     *   such intentions in mind at
     *   that time.
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (I can't get her to talk
     *   without a strong piece
     *   of evidence, I guess...)
     *
     * Edgeworth:
     *   May we continue now...?
     *   Witness, what did you see when
     *   you got to his room?
     *
     ********************************************

     *** Let her be *****************************
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (I should back off...)
     *
     * Phoenix:
     *   (As long as I don't have any
     *   proof, she's not going to
     *   talk.)
     *
     * Edgeworth:
     *   May we continue now...?
     *   Witness, what did you see when
     *   you got to his room?
     *
     ********************************************

(3)
Andrews:
  And there was his dead body.
  I... I was in shock...

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       You were "in shock"...?

     Andrews:
       What? Was I not supposed to
       be?

     Phoenix:
       (Ms. Andrews is a very
       calculating person...)

     Phoenix:
       (And despite how "close" they
       were, I doubt she had romantic
       feelings for Mr. Corrida...)

     Edgeworth:
       Anyone randomly stumbling upon
       a dead body would be in shock.

     Edgeworth:
       And you can't seriously expect
       that a young beauty like her
       would not be shocked.

     Phoenix:
       (Somehow, I don't think beauty
       has anything to do with being
       shocked or not...)

     Judge:
       Hmm... I see...

(4)
Andrews:
  What I saw was, naturally, the
  exact same scene as in the
  crime scene photo.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       This is the photo you're
       referring to, correct?

     Andrews:
       Yes, the one with the knife
       lodged in his chest...

     Phoenix:
       And the guitar case was like
       this too?

     Andrews:
       Yes, it was open and empty, of
       course.

     Edgeworth:
       And then, what did you do
       next, witness?

(5)
Andrews:
  I felt as though I was about
  to faint, so I poured myself a
  glass of juice.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Juice...?

     Andrews:
       Yes, there was a bottle of
       tomato juice on the table, so
       I helped myself.

     Phoenix:
       But you didn't drink any of
       it, did you?

     Andrews:
       Huh?

     Phoenix:
       There were no lip marks left
       on this wine glass to suggest
       that anyone drank from it.

     Andrews:
       I... I wasn't feeling terribly
       great, so I set the glass
       down. Without drinking it...

(5b)
Andrews:
  I was the one who knocked the
  flower vase over, where it
  fell onto the guitar case.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       What kind of flower vase was
       it?

     Andrews:
       It was a glass vase... and it
       was fairly big and heavy.

     Andrews:
       I thought I would try to take
       Juan's pulse...

     Andrews:
       So I set the glass I was
       holding down on the dresser.

     Andrews:
       And that's when my elbow
       accidentally hit the vase...

     Phoenix:
       (That's odd. I thought she
       was always in total control
       of herself...?)

     Mia:
       That's what she would like
       people to think.

     Mia:
       Always be mindful of the gap
       between the perception and
       reality.

--------------------------------------------

Phoenix:
  (It doesn't sound like there's
  any glaring contradictions in
  her testimony just now...)

Mia:
  I warned you earlier that she
  would not crack so easily.

Mia:
  The only way to make her
  is to...

Phoenix:
  ...Keep on the offensive and
  not let up.

Mia:
  The only way you're going to
  catch her is with some very
  strong, decisive evidence...

Phoenix:
  (I have to find something!
  I just have to!
  ...For Maya's sake...)

RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION

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*After pressing at (3) and (5)*

Phoenix:
  Ms. Andrews, I would like to
  confirm with you one more
  time.

Phoenix:
  When you discovered the dead
  body of Juan Corrida, you were
  in great shock.

Phoenix:
  And that's when you poured
  yourself the glass of juice,
  correct?

Andrews:
  And what of it...?

Andrews:
  My mind really was a complete
  blank at the time.

Phoenix:
  Your mind was a complete
  blank?

Phoenix:
  I didn't think that was
  possible for you.

Andrews:
  Aren't you rude today?

Andrews:
  I was so dazed that I made
  one careless mistake...
  That one thing...

Phoenix:
  What "one thing"?

Andrews:
  Um, never mind.
  It's no big deal.

Phoenix:
  (What was she starting to say
  just now...?)

*** Press further **************************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** Let her be *****************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Well, it probably doesn't
*   have anything to do with the
*   case, so...)
*
* Mia:
*   Stop right there.
*
* Mia:
*   You finally got her to open
*   her mouth on this one, and
*   you're going to let it go?
*
* Mia:
*   Now is the time to get as much
*   out of her as we can.
*
* Phoenix:
*   Y-Yeah, you're right.
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  Ms. Andrews!

Phoenix:
  I'm convinced that as you
  said, you made a "mistake" at
  the scene of the crime.

Andrews:
  ...

Phoenix:
  What I really want to know is
  what this "mistake" was.

Edgeworth:
  Hmm, actually... So would I...

Andrews:
  I... I'm sorry...
  It's just...
  It's kind of... embarrassing...

Andrews:
  When I... When I set the glass
  down on the dresser...

Andrews:
  I accidentally... knocked the
  flower vase over...

Judge:
  F-Flower vase...? Are you
  talking about the one on the
  floor in the crime photo...?

Judge:
  This mess of glass shards!?

Andrews:
  It was originally on top of
  the dresser...

Andrews:
  but when I bumped into it with
  my elbow, it fell... onto the
  guitar case.

Edgeworth:
  Wh-Why did you withhold such
  an important piece of
  information!?

Andrews:
  I'm sorry...
  I thought that since the crime
  scene was already in disarray,

Andrews:
  that people would simply
  assume the vase was just
  another part of the mess.

Judge:
  It looks like yet another fact
  has come to light here.

Judge:
  Please add this and anything
  else you have to reveal to
  your testimony.

Andrews:
  I'm sorry... But...

Andrews:
  I have nothing more to add...
  I didn't touch anything
  else.

Edgeworth:
  ...

ADD STATEMENT (5b)

RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION

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*Present Guitar Case or Crime Photo* at (5b)

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  You testified that you knocked
  the flower vase over.
  Is this correct?

Andrews:
  Yes.

Phoenix:
  And are you sure it fell onto
  the guitar case?

Andrews:
  I-Is there some problem
  with what I said...?

Phoenix:
  It's not "some" problem,
  it's a "major" problem.

Phoenix:
  It's true that the top of the
  guitar case was wet with
  water.

Phoenix:
  However, that's exactly what
  is so strange!

Phoenix:
  Ms. Andrews!

Phoenix:
  You testified that the vase
  fell onto the guitar case!

Phoenix:
  However!

Phoenix:
  If that was true, the case
  should have gotten wet on the
  inside, not the outside!

Judge:
  Th-That's very true!

Phoenix:
  Furthermore, there is one
  other strange thing about this
  guitar case.

Judge:
  And wh-what is that?

Phoenix:
  Let's take another look at the
  crime scene photo.

Phoenix:
  The remains of the vase are
  scattered on the floor.

Judge:
  And what is wrong with that?

Phoenix:
  If the guitar case was open
  when the vase fell...

Phoenix:
  The glass shards should be
  INSIDE, not outside the case!

Andrews:
  Ah!

Edgeworth:
  *OBJECTION!*

Edgeworth:
  What is your point, Wright!?

Edgeworth:
  That the case was closed at
  the time the vase was knocked
  over?

Edgeworth:
  Is that all!?

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  No.
  Think back to what Ms. Andrews
  testified to!

Phoenix:
  She said that other than the
  vase, she didn't touch
  anything else!

Edgeworth:
  Nngh...

Judge:
  Yes, that's right... She did
  implicitly say she didn't
  touch the guitar case!

Edgeworth:
  *OBJECTION!*

Edgeworth:
  But... But this whole matter
  with the guitar case is a dead
  end!

Edgeworth:
  The bright red guitar was
  found at the studio! It has no
  bearing on this case at all!

Phoenix:
  ...

Phoenix:
  That may very well be,
  however...

Phoenix:
  (An empty guitar case does
  seem to have no relation to
  this case...)

Judge:
  Hmm... It seems that there
  is no deeper meaning to the
  guitar case.

Judge:
  Well, Mr. Wright? Do you think
  we need to hear more details
  about the guitar case?

*** Make her testify ***********************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

*** Let her be *****************************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Well, the case was empty,
*   and I think that's all we
*   really need to know...
*
* Judge:
*   I see.
*
* Mia:
*   Wait! Phoenix!
*   Don't you remember what I
*   told you earlier?
*
* Mia:
*   What's important here is that
*   you disrupt her pacing.
*
* Mia:
*   You have to attack her when
*   she's not expecting it!
*
* Judge:
*   Now then, let's move on to
*   a different matter...
*
* Phoenix:
*   *HOLD IT!*
*
* Phoenix:
*   Actually, Your Honor, I've
*   changed my mind. I would like
*   her to testify about the case.
*
* Judge:
*   Wh-Wh-Why are you changing
*   your mind NOW!?
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Well, looks like I disrupted
*   the judge's pacing... Now
*   comes the real deal... *gulp*)
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  The empty guitar case...

Phoenix:
  I believe this is a crucial
  piece of the puzzle!

Edgeworth:
  Heh! I can't believe ANYONE
  would reach for straws like
  this! But it is you...

Phoenix:
  (I can't believe I'm doing
  this either...)

Judge:
  Alright.
  I'll follow along... For now.

Judge:
  Ms. Andrews, please testify
  to the court about the guitar
  case.

Andrews:
  Yes, Your Honor.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- The Guitar Case --

(1)
Andrews:
  I don't remember too clearly
  because I was a bit dazed.

(2)
Andrews:
  I suppose I must have opened
  the guitar case... after I
  knocked the vase over.

(3)
Andrews:
  It's not a big deal though,
  right? The case was empty
  after all.

(4)
Andrews:
  As for why I opened the
  case...
  Even I don't know.

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  Hmm... It looks like this
  really wasn't a very important
  point.

Edgeworth:
  This wastefulness is such a
  familiar feeling by now that
  it's almost... comforting.

Phoenix:
  Um, anyway, I'll just go
  ahead and start the cross-
  examination...

Edgeworth:
  Hmph. Using "anyway" to change
  the topic; a convenient escape
  for a weak man.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CROSS EXAMINATION
-- The Guitar Case --

(1)
Andrews:
  I don't remember too clearly
  because I was a bit dazed.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       During your testimony just
       now, did you remember those
       events clearly in your mind?

     Andrews:
       ...

     Andrews:
       Well, you see...

     Phoenix:
       Are you sure you are the one
       who opened the guitar case?

     Andrews:
       ...

     Phoenix:
       ...

     Mia:
       She's...

     Mia:
       She's waiting for someone to
       tell her if she should answer
       or not...

     Phoenix:
       (Her "co-dependency" is coming
       through, huh...?)

     Judge:
       Well, Ms. Andrews...?

     Andrews:
       Y...Yes, it was me...

(2)
Andrews:
  I suppose I must have opened
  the guitar case... after I
  knocked the vase over.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       So, you opened the
       guitar case then?

     Andrews:
       Y-Yes... Well, maybe...

     Phoenix:
       ...

     Phoenix:
       Why did you open the guitar
       case?

     Andrews:
       Huh?

     Phoenix:
       Mr. Corrida's dead body was
       right there in front of you,
       wasn't it?

     Phoenix:
       I would think that the first
       thing you would do is call for
       help, not open a guitar case.

     Edgeworth:
       *OBJECTION!*

     Edgeworth:
       As the witness has said
       multiple times, when she
       found the dead body,

     Edgeworth:
       she was "dazed".

     Judge:
       Hmm...

     Andrews:
       Maybe I...

     Andrews:
       Maybe I was curious to know
       if the bright red guitar was
       alright or not.

     Andrews:
       I thought, "Maybe the criminal
       took it."

     Phoenix:
       (Why would she care about
       the bright red guitar...?)

     Andrews:
       But, getting back on topic...

(3)
Andrews:
  It's not a big deal though,
  right? The case was empty
  after all.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Was it really empty?

     Andrews:
       ...?

     Phoenix:
       I was just wondering if maybe
       when you opened the case,

     Phoenix:
       the guitar was still inside.

     Edgeworth:
       *OBJECTION!*

     Edgeworth:
       How long have you been a
       lawyer, Mr. Wright!? Have a
       little professionalism.

     Edgeworth:
       The bright red guitar was
       found at the studio.

     Edgeworth:
       These trials would be
       over in half the time if you
       would just pay attention.

     Judge:
       Yes, pay more attention,
       Mr. Wright!

     Phoenix:
       Sorry...

(4)
Andrews:
  As for why I opened the
  case...
  Even I don't know.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Was that because you were
       "shocked and dazed" at
       discovering the victim's body?

     Andrews:
       Yes... That's probably it.

     Phoenix:
       ...

     Andrews:
       ...

     Phoenix:
       (I'm not going to get anywhere
       if I continue pressing her
       like this...)

     Phoenix:
       (The only way to make her talk
       is with evidence... I guess I
       should give it a try...)

--------------------------------------------

Mia:
  Come on, Phoenix. We can't
  afford to let up on her now.

Phoenix:
  I wasn't planning on letting
  up, but...

Mia:
  She's at her weakest now, so
  this is our chance!

Phoenix:
  (Yeah, if we had a weapon to
  hit her with...)

Mia:
  I'm sure a weapon is hiding
  somewhere in the Court
  Record, waiting to be found.

RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Present Guitar Case* at (2), (3) or (4)

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  There is no way you were the
  one who opened the guitar
  case.

Andrews:
  Why would you say that!?

Phoenix:
  It's elementary, my dear.

Phoenix:
  Because the only fingerprints
  on this guitar case are those
  of the victim!

Andrews:
  Ah!

Judge:
  What is it, Ms. Andrews?

Andrews:
  ...

Andrews:
  You shouldn't assume that
  I must have left prints just
  because I touched the case.

Phoenix:
  What do you mean?

Andrews:
  What if I were to tell you
  that I was wearing gloves at
  the time?

Judge:
  Gloves...?
  But why would you be wearing
  gloves at the time?

Andrews:
  It was the night of the award
  ceremony.

Andrews:
  So of course I dressed up for
  the occasion.

Andrews:
  Yes, now I remember...
  I'm almost sure I was wearing
  a pair of thin gloves.

Judge:
  Hmm... I see...

Judge:
  Well, Mr. Wright. It seems
  the witness was wearing gloves
  at the scene of the crime.

*** Nothing strange about that. ************
*
* Phoenix:
*   Hmm, I guess so...
*   And I guess that makes sense.
*
* Edgeworth:
*   Hmph.
*   You're the epitome of a
*   half-baked idea.
*
* Andrews:
*   A brain is to be used, not to
*   look pretty for med students
*   carving cadavers.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Looks like I need to bake
*   my thoughts just a little
*   longer...)
*
* Edgeworth:
*   Now, if the defense has no
*   further objections, let's
*   return to the testimony.
*
* RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION
*
********************************************

*** That's strange... **********************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  You were wearing gloves...?
  Isn't that a little strange?

Andrews:
  Why is that strange!?

Andrews:
  Do you have something that
  would prove I was not wearing
  gloves at the time...?

*** Present something wrong ****************
*
* Phoenix:
*   *TAKE THAT!*
*
* Edgeworth:
*   *OBJECTION!*
*
* Edgeworth:
*   I think it's time for you to
*   go home now, Wright...
*
* Edgeworth:
*   Before you hurt yourself, that
*   is.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (Hurt myself...!?)
*
* Judge:
*   It's alright, Mr. Wright.
*   You don't have to push
*   yourself so hard.
*
* Phoenix:
*   (I guess I was trying a little
*   too hard there...)
*
* Edgeworth:
*   Now, if the defense has no
*   further objections, let's
*   return to the testimony.
*
* RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION
*
********************************************

*Present Wine Glass*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Phoenix:
  I have your proof right here.
  This wine glass.

Andrews:
  The wine glass?

Phoenix:
  You left your fingerprints
  very clearly on this wine
  glass.

Andrews:
  Ah...

Phoenix:
  Even if you took your gloves
  off when you poured yourself
  this glass of juice,

Phoenix:
  wouldn't you think it was just
  a little strange...

Phoenix:
  That you put your gloves back
  on, just to open the guitar
  case!?

Andrews:
  Ugn!

Judge:
  Order! Order! Order!!

Mia:
  Looks like you hit the nail
  on the head this time.

Phoenix:
  ...?
  What do you mean?

Mia:
  I believe that guitar case
  plays a very important role
  here.

Phoenix:
  But it's just an empty case...

Mia:
  I wonder if it really was
  empty though...

Phoenix:
  B-But the guitar...
  The bright red guitar was at
  the studio!

Mia:
  Phoenix, drop all of your
  presumptions.

Mia:
  What was in the guitar case
  was not the bright red guitar.

Phoenix:
  (You don't mean... it was a
  bright WHITE guitar!? Wait,
  that's not right either...)

Judge:
  Hmm, I admit it would be
  unnatural for someone to
  do that.

Judge:
  So the witness was not
  wearing gloves, despite the
  fact that on the case...

Edgeworth:
  *OBJECTION!*

Edgeworth:
  Your Honor, this is obviously
  the defense's usual
  misdirection tactic at work.

Edgeworth:
  Steer the court towards an
  unrelated topic, and lull us
  all into his misguided...

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  No, Your Honor! Please
  recall that Ms. Andrews had
  testified that the vase

Phoenix:
  "fell onto the guitar case"!

Phoenix:
  Which means that the case
  was closed when the crime
  took place!

Phoenix:
  However, it is wide open in
  this photo of the crime scene!

Phoenix:
  I am sure this guitar case has
  some relation to the murder!

Edgeworth:
  *OBJECTION!*

Edgeworth:
  If you are so sure, Wright,

Edgeworth:
  then I'm sure you can somehow
  substantiate your outrageous
  claim, correct!?

Edgeworth:
  Please, enlighten us as to why
  that guitar case has anything
  at all to do with this murder!

Phoenix:
  Uh...

Judge:
  Can you do that, Mr. Wright!?

Phoenix:
  Um, well...

Phoenix:
  Let's suppose for a second...

Phoenix:
  That the bright red guitar was
  not the only thing that could
  have been in the case...

Judge:
  The bright red guitar not
  being the only thing...?

Judge:
  Y-You don't mean to suggest
  that a bright BLACK guitar was
  inside the--

Edgeworth:
  *OBJECTION!*

Edgeworth:
  So, you intend to push your
  theory that the case was not
  empty!? Is that it, Wright!?

Phoenix:
  I wouldn't say something I
  didn't intend to prove!

Edgeworth:
  Deflate that head of yours!
  You haven't proven anything
  yet!

Edgeworth:
  Now then, let's have it. What
  was inside this case at the
  time of the murder!?

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Edgeworth:
x   And why would something
x   like that be inside a guitar
x   case, let alone this one?
x
x Judge:
x   Why, Mr. Wright, why?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Well... I just thought it
x   might have been possible...?
x
x Edgeworth:
x   I have a suggestion. Why don't
x   you put that in the void where
x   your brain is supposed to be!
x
x Judge:
x   Yes, and never bring it out
x   again!
x
x Phoenix:
x   (Can't a foolishly foolish
x   fool get some love...?)
x
x Edgeworth:
x   Do you still think you can
x   prove your theory?
x
x Edgeworth:
x   Can you prove that the guitar
x   case was not empty at the
x   time of the murder?
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present The Nickel Samurai or Lotta's Photo*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Judge:
  Th-This is...
  This is a photograph...!

Phoenix:
  Yes, but what is important is
  what is in that picture, Your
  Honor.

Judge:
  I-In this picture...?

Phoenix:
  It doesn't take a genius to
  see what I mean!
  What I am proposing is...

Phoenix:
  Inside the guitar case was
  the Nickel Samurai!
  The hero's very own costume!

Edgeworth:
  Wh-What!?

Judge:
  M-Mr. Wright!
  Explain yourself!

Edgeworth:
  Wright! Are you saying that
  the witness opened the guitar
  case to take out a costume!?

Edgeworth:
  What insane point would there
  be to doing something like
  that!?

Phoenix:
  That insane point would be
  to wear the costume, of
  course.

Phoenix:
  Ms. Andrews put it on to hide
  her identity so she could make
  her escape.

Phoenix:
  After all, you couldn't let
  anyone see you leave, could
  you, Ms. Andrews?

Andrews:
  ...!

Edgeworth:
  I-I refuse to accept your
  theory!

Edgeworth:
  Do you have anything to
  support such a preposterous
  idea!?

Phoenix:
  Just outside the door was an
  investigative photographer who
  was starving for a big scoop.

Phoenix:
  And in the end, she managed
  to get this shot, correct?

Judge:
  You... You mean this photo!?

Judge:
  Order! Ordeeeer!

Judge:
  It looks like we've wandered
  into quite another mess again,
  haven't we...?

Mia:
  Nice job, Phoenix.

Phoenix:
  Well, you know my strategy.
  Speak first, think later!

Judge:
  Hmm... So the real murderer
  was hiding inside a costume...

Edgeworth:
  *OBJECTION!*

Edgeworth:
  W-Wait one second, Your
  Honor!

Edgeworth:
  The Nickel Samurai's costume
  would have been Mr. Matt
  Engarde's!

Edgeworth:
  Why would something of the
  defendant's be in the victim's
  room!?

Edgeworth:
  And inside the guitar case,
  of all places!?

Judge:
  Hmm, true...
  That is a little baffling...

Judge:
  Mr. Wright, the court would
  like to hear your thoughts.

Judge:
  What was this Nickel Samurai
  costume doing inside the
  guitar case...?

xxx It was stolen from Engarde. xxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   I think it may have been
x   stolen from Mr. Engarde...
x
x Judge:
x   S-Stolen!?
x   But why would someone do
x   such a thing!?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Maybe the thief wanted to
x   interfere with the post-
x   ceremony stage show.
x
x Judge:
x   Hmm...
x
x Phoenix:
x   And so, if he didn't have his
x   costume, then Mr. Engarde
x   would be forced to go naked!
x
x Edgeworth:
x   *OBJECTION!*
x
x Edgeworth:
x   Maybe YOU should be stripped
x   naked and run out for making
x   a mockery of this court!
x
x Phoenix:
x   E-EXCUSE ME!?
x
x Edgeworth:
x   Mr. Matt Engarde did not take
x   his costume off after the
x   award ceremony!
x
x Edgeworth:
x   He even testified that he
x   took a nap while still wearing
x   his costume!
x
x Edgeworth:
x   Is this not correct!?
x
x Phoenix:
x   ...
x   Ah, yeah, he did say something
x   like that, didn't he?
x
x Judge:
x   *sigh*
x   That's what I thought.
x
x Judge:
x   Let's try that one more
x   time, shall we, Mr. Wright?
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*** It was a spare costume. ****************
*
* CONTINUE
*
********************************************

Phoenix:
  Mr. Engarde did not take his
  costume off during the break
  period...

Phoenix:
  In that case, the costume we
  are talking about was a spare
  one.

Edgeworth:
  What...?

Judge:
  Then... are you saying that on
  the night of the murder...

Judge:
  there were TWO Nickel
  Samurai costumes at the
  Gatewater Hotel!?

Phoenix:
  Yes, that is what I am saying.

Judge:
  And how do you explain the
  costume that was inside the
  guitar case...?

Edgeworth:
  It would mean that the victim
  himself had planned to bring
  this spare to the ceremony!

Judge:
  But... But why!?

Judge:
  The victim, Mr. Corrida, was
  the Jammin' Ninja.

Judge:
  Why would he secretly bring
  the Nickel Samurai's spare
  costume with him...?

Judge:
  What could be the reason
  behind such a peculiar act?

Phoenix:
  ...
  Ah, so that's what he
  intended...

Edgeworth:
  *OBJECTION!*

Edgeworth:
  Wh-What are you mumbling
  to yourself about now!?

Edgeworth:
  Have you just been rambling
  all this time without any
  sense of inner monologue!?

Phoenix:
  Huh!? N-No, I just...

Judge:
  Mr. Wright, please explain
  yourself!

Judge:
  Why do you think the victim
  had the Nickel Samurai's spare
  costume!?

Mia:
  Phoenix... Are you sure you
  can explain this one?

Mia:
  Think carefully before you
  answer... And then answer
  with gusto! I believe in you!

Phoenix:
  Alright.
  This is what I think.

Phoenix:
  The reason the victim brought
  the Nickel Samurai's spare
  costume to the hotel was...

xxx Present something wrong xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x
x Phoenix:
x   *TAKE THAT!*
x
x Mia:
x   Phoenix!
x   What are you doing!?
x   Are you crazy!?
x
x Phoenix:
x   I... I, uh...
x
x Phoenix:
x   I presented the evidence with
x   gusto, just like you said!
x
x Mia:
x   I told you to present it with
x   gusto, yes...
x
x Mia:
x   But I seem to recall the
x   sentence before that was,
x   "Think carefully"!
x
x Phoenix:
x   *gulp*
x
x Judge:
x   Wh-What is the meaning of
x   this, Mr. Wright!?
x
x Phoenix:
x   Ah, sorry...
x
x Mia:
x   This one is pretty tough.
x   I really think you should look
x   carefully at the Court Record.
x
x Mia:
x   And then search through your
x   memories! The answer is
x   there, I know you'll find it!
x
x Judge:
x   Now then. Are you ready to try
x   again, Mr. Wright? Minus the
x   wrong evidence this time?
x
x RETURN TO QUESTION
x
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*Present Press Conference Ticket*

Phoenix:
  *TAKE THAT!*

Judge:
  What is this...?

Phoenix:
  On the night of the murder,
  after the stage show,

Phoenix:
  the Nickel Samurai was going
  to hold a special press
  conference.

Judge:
  A press conference...?

Phoenix:
  Yes, the Nickel Samurai was
  supposed to confess something
  at this conference.

Edgeworth:
  I heard about this as well.
  For once, you're not making
  something up, Wright.

Phoenix:
  But what struck me as strange
  was that Mr. Engarde himself

Phoenix:
  said he had no idea he was
  supposed to be holding a
  press conference that night.

Andrews:
  ...

Judge:
  But how can that be!?

Phoenix:
  The way I see it, that can
  mean only one thing: The
  conference was set up

Phoenix:
  by none other than the victim,
  Mr. Juan Corrida himself!

Judge:
  Th-The victim?

Phoenix:
  Yes.

Phoenix:
  The spare Nickel Samurai
  costume was prepared for
  that very conference!

Phoenix:
  Mr. Corrida was going to hold
  the press conference as the
  "Nickel Samurai"!

Judge:
  He was going to dress up
  as the Nickel Samurai and
  hold a conference!?

Judge:
  But why would the victim
  do such a thing!?

Phoenix:
  That's something I don't quite
  know yet, however...

Phoenix:
  What I am concerned with
  right now is what he intended
  to reveal at that conference.

Edgeworth:
  The Nickel Samurai was going
  to "confess" something.

Edgeworth:
  And by "confess", I'd wager
  he was going to reveal
  something about "himself".

Phoenix:
  Which means that Juan
  Corrida, posing as the Nickel
  Samurai,

Phoenix:
  was going to speak about
  Matt Engarde!

Judge:
  Yes, I guess that is what
  it would mean...

Edgeworth:
  But, if that's the case...

Edgeworth:
  that's not a "confession"!
  That's "public disclosure"!

Andrews:
  Hmph.

Judge:
  M-Ms. Andrews...?

Andrews:
  I can see why you are pros
  at what you do.

Judge:
  Pardon me?

Andrews:
  Yes, just as you say, the
  press conference was set up
  by Juan.

Judge:
  Ms. Andrews!
  Please offer us an explanation
  for this!

Andrews:
  I was the one he asked to help
  set it up.

Andrews:
  And the person who prepared
  the second costume for him...
  That was also me.

Judge:
  You...!?

Andrews:
  Juan had bet everything on
  the Jammin' Ninja this year.

Andrews:
  And if he lost the Grand
  Prix...

Andrews:
  He was going to make sure
  Matt was going down with him.
  That's what he thought anyway.

Judge:
  He was going to ruin him,
  huh...?

Andrews:
  It looked like somehow, Juan
  had in his hands a secret so
  powerful...

Andrews:
  that it would destroy Matt's
  acting career had it been
  revealed!

Phoenix:
  What!?

Judge:
  And do you know what this
  "secret" of Mr. Engarde's
  is, Ms. Andrews...?

Andrews:
  ...

Andrews:
  That's something only Juan
  knew.
  I... I don't know what it is.

Judge:
  Ah... I see.

Edgeworth:
  ...

Andrews:
  I... I've probably been coming
  off quite suspicious to
  everyone,

Andrews:
  but that's to be expected.

Andrews:
  I've been trying to protect
  Matt, after all...

Phoenix:
  P-Protect Mr. Engarde!?

Judge:
  And yet again another strange
  bit of truth comes to light
  it seems...

Judge:
  Ms. Andrews, if you could,
  please tell us the truth about
  your behavior!

Andrews:
  Yes, Your Honor.
  I understand.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

WITNESS TESTIMONY
-- Protecting Matt --

(1)
Andrews:
  From the moment I saw the
  crime scene, I had a feeling
  that Matt was the murderer.

(2)
Andrews:
  Matt had to kill Juan no
  matter what.

(3)
Andrews:
  And he didn't have an alibi
  for what he was doing at the
  time of the murder.

(4)
Andrews:
  My thoughts were confirmed
  by the evidence, of course;
  the button and the knife...

(5)
Andrews:
  But I'm Matt's manager... So I
  felt that I had to protect
  him...

--------------------------------------------

Judge:
  Hmm... This does account
  for everything...

Andrews:
  Well... I am the logical type.

Mia:
  We're finally seeing her
  true self.

Mia:
  She is more nervous than
  a scared rabbit.

Judge:
  If there are no objections, I
  feel that I can pass a verdict
  based on this testimony.

Judge:
  Now then, Mr. Wright, if you
  please.

Phoenix:
  (Looks like somehow everything
  has swung to the opposite
  end of the scale again...)

Phoenix:
  (That just means I have to
  put my weight into this and
  turn her logic upside-down!)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CROSS EXAMINATION
-- Protecting Matt --

(1)
Andrews:
  From the moment I saw the
  crime scene, I had a feeling
  that Matt was the murderer.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Would you say that was
       your "intuition" speaking
       to you?

     Andrews:
       Don't confuse my methods
       of reasoning with your
       own.

     Phoenix:
       Urk...

     Andrews:
       If you want to prove that
       someone did something, you
       need three things.

     Phoenix:
       Three... things?

     Andrews:
       A motive, an opportunity
       to commit the crime, and
       finally... decisive evidence.

     Andrews:
       And if you think these three
       things through, the answer
       becomes quite clear.

     Mia:
       You should have already
       known that, Phoenix...

     Phoenix:
       They didn't teach that to us
       in school... At least, not
       from what I remember...

     Andrews:
       May I continue now?

(2)
Andrews:
  Matt had to kill Juan no
  matter what.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       So would you say this "need"
       came from the press
       conference?

     Andrews:
       Yes. Do you know why Juan
       chose that event and that
       hotel for the conference?

     Andrews:
       Because that was when he could
       cause the most damage to the
       public's beloved Matt Engarde.

     Judge:
       And you knew of this plan,
       didn't you, Ms. Andrews?

     Andrews:
       Yes... because I was the one
       who set up the conference and
       prepared the costume.

     Phoenix:
       But... I'm sure Mr. Engarde
       himself didn't know anything
       about a press conference.

     Andrews:
       Oh really?

     Andrews:
       Can you show me any proof
       that he didn't know about
       the press conference?

     Phoenix:
       A-Anyway! The important thing
       here is that this information
       was not in your testimony!

     Judge:
       Yes, I agree.
       Ms. Andrews, please correct
       your testimony, if you please.

     Andrews:
       "Grasping at straws" now,
       are we, Mr. Wright?

     CHANGE (2) TO (2b)

(2b)
Andrews:
  I know what his motive was.
  ...But I don't have any way
  to prove I'm right.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       Has Mr. Engarde done something
       to hurt or betray you
       personally?

     Andrews:
       ...

     Andrews:
       Why do you ask?

     Phoenix:
       You were the one who helped
       Mr. Corrida with his press
       conference...

     Phoenix:
       And that event was supposed to
       bring down Mr. Engarde, yet
       you still helped out!

     Andrews:
       ...

     Edgeworth:
       *OBJECTION!*

     Edgeworth:
       The person on trial right now
       is Mr. Engarde, Wright.

     Edgeworth:
       What the witness was thinking,
       helping the victim with his
       plan,

     Edgeworth:
       is none of our concern.

     Edgeworth:
       In any case, this means that
       the defendant had a motive to
       kill.

     Phoenix:
       (Why do I keep doing this
       to myself...?)

(3)
Andrews:
  And he didn't have an alibi
  for what he was doing at the
  time of the murder.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       B-But didn't you already
       testify earlier that
       Mr. Engarde was...

     Phoenix:
       "Taking a nap in his room"!?

     Phoenix:
       Are you telling me now that,
       that too, was a lie so you
       could cover for Mr. Engarde!?

     Andrews:
       I'm not telling you anything
       of the sort.

     Andrews:
       When I went to get him for
       the show, he honestly was
       sleeping.

     Andrews:
       However, as to whether he
       was sleeping the entire time,
       that I cannot say.

     Andrews:
       I was too busy setting up the
       stage at the time.

     Judge:
       Hmm... I keep trying, but I
       can find no flaws with what
       Ms. Andrews has said.

     Judge:
       I can't say the same for some
       people here in this courtroom,
       however.

     Phoenix:
       (The judge is glaring straight
       at Mia...)

     Mia:
       He's glaring at you, smart
       guy!

(4)
Andrews:
  My thoughts were confirmed
  by the evidence, of course;
  the button and the knife...

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       You can hardly call the knife
       "decisive evidence"!

     Phoenix:
       The fingerprints on the knife
       could very well be a clever
       camouflage!

     Andrews:
       Then... What about the button?

     Phoenix:
       The button...?

     Andrews:
       It's clear from the crime
       scene that the victim and the
       murderer fought.

     Andrews:
       And during the fight, the
       killer ripped the button from
       the Jammin' Ninja's costume.

     Judge:
       You're talking about this
       button, correct?

     Andrews:
       That button was found in the
       pleats of Matt's hakama,
       isn't that correct?

     Andrews:
       I would think that makes it
       very decisive evidence.

     Phoenix:
       Urk.

     Judge:
       Looks like you were out-foxed
       again, Mr. Wright.

     Phoenix:
       A-Anyway! The knife doesn't
       prove a thing!

     Phoenix:
       Please fix your testimony!

     Andrews:
       I can't stand the sight of a
       man who can't gracefully
       accept his defeat.

     Mia:
       ...

     Phoenix:
       (...
       Thank goodness Mia can
       still look at me...)

     Mia:
       With an icy stare, yes.

     Judge:
       Ms. Andrews, for Mr. Wright's
       sake, please add this
       information to your testimony.

     CHANGE (4) TO (4b)

(4b)
Andrews:
  That button was torn off of
  Juan during his fight with
  Matt.

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       And how do you know that?

     Andrews:
       When the ends of the threads
       on the button and the costume
       were matched up,

     Andrews:
       they were found to fit
       together perfectly...
       Or so I heard.

     Phoenix:
       (Hmm, I've heard that before
       too.)

     Phoenix:
       (But why would Ms. Andrews
       know about this case down to
       such a fine detail?)

     Andrews:
       Don't look at me like that!
       Just because I'm prepared
       and you are not!

     Phoenix:
       (Argh... And I thought I had
       her this time for sure.)

     Phoenix:
       (If there's anything to trip
       her up on, it has to be here.
       ...But where and what?)

(5)
Andrews:
  But I'm Matt's manager... So I
  felt that I had to protect
  him...

     Phoenix:
       *HOLD IT!*

     Phoenix:
       But what you really did was
       stab the guy in the back,
       didn't you?

     Phoenix:
       And at the worst possible
       time.

     Andrews:
       !

     Edgeworth:
       Who's to say she really
       "stabbed the guy in the
       back" as you put it?

     Phoenix:
       This witness could have
       disclosed things about
       Mr. Engarde at any time.

     Phoenix:
       Why, then, would she wait
       until there was a large
       audience before doing so?

     Phoenix:
       It's the same reason why
       Mr. Corrida planned such
       an elaborate conference.

     Phoenix:
       Ms. Andrews wanted to cause
       Mr. Engarde as much damage
       as she possibly could!

     Phoenix:
       This witness bears ill-will
       towards the defendant!

     Edgeworth:
       *OBJECTION!*

     Edgeworth:
       This isn't the "Phoenix
       Wright Wax Philosophical
       Power Hour".

     Edgeworth:
       And please, stop slandering
       the witness.

     Andrews:
       ...

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Phoenix:
  As I expected, Ms. Andrews'
  testimony seems pretty solid.

Mia:
  Really? Because to me,
  it sounded a little wishy-
  washy.

Phoenix:
  Wishy-washy?
  (Well, I guess we'll see if
  I press a little more...)

Mia:
  You should know this by now,

Mia:
  but you'll need strong,
  decisive evidence to make
  her talk.

Phoenix:
  Got it, Chief!
  (...I'm going to pin you down
  this time, Ms. Andrews!)

RETURN TO THE START OF CROSS-EXAMINATION

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*Present Juan's Autopsy Report* at (4b)

Phoenix:
  *OBJECTION!*

Phoenix:
  This is the victim's autopsy
  report.

Phoenix:
  It clearly states that the
  cause of death was
  "strangulation by a scarf".

Andrews:
  S...Strangulation...

Phoenix:
  The knife stab to the victim
  was done after the victim had
  already died.

Judge:
  A-And what does that mean?

Phoenix:
  Let's examine the evidence.