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  • tdc-incorrect-quotes
    25.01.2022 - 18 hours ago
    #lahr#whouf #tdc incorrect quotes #source: mr incredible and pals commentary #mod quotes #tdc | comics #img quotes#q#legends manga
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  • askaceattorney
    23.01.2022 - 1 day ago

    Dear Inferno,

    I suppose that’s a good point.

    Though, I’ve also learned that love isn’t always happy. The first time I experienced love ended with finding out he didn’t return my affections and just wanted us to be friends.

    I can’t say if it made things better or worse. I’ve moved on, but... now we hardly speak to each other anymore and we slowly stopped hanging out. It’s the reason why I don’t bother Mystic Maya and Mr. Nick about getting together anymore. I don’t want them to stop speaking to each other like that.

    Sometimes, you need to allow love to flow naturally instead of forcing it or else you will lose a great friend. 

    - Pearl Fey

    #ajanisapprentice#Pearl Fey#Maya Fey#Phoenix Wright#Ace Attorney#Mod Commentary #I figured Pearl experienced love at some point and it's the reason she no longer bothers Maya and Phoenix to get together #Every young person has to learn at some point
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  • askaceattorney
    23.01.2022 - 2 days ago

    Dear Feenie,

    Oh! Ah...

    I’d rather not think about that at the moment. Not to say I wouldn’t wish for that kind of future, but...

    don’t you think it’s a little too early for that?

    - Dollie

    #Anonymous#Phoenix Wright#Iris#Ace Attorney#Mod Commentary #Iris's hair is red because she's pretending to be her sister
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  • urfaveisgoingintheplinko
    22.01.2022 - 3 days ago
    #mod bunnie #I can’t even add commentary to this masterpiece
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  • askaceattorney
    20.01.2022 - 5 days ago

    Dear Confused Anon,

    I believe every dad can get away with a joke or two. That’s why they’re called Dad Jokes. Mr. Wright seems to understand this and Apollo made a similar joke about myself and my wife. 

    That and age of consent is different in Khura’in. Not to say the age gap of that range are allowed to marry, but you are allowed to consent at younger than 18, unlike Californian laws. Take that how you will.

    - Dhurke Sahdmadhi

    P.S. Yes, I figured that after I kicked the bucket and met with Jove. Aren’t I a monkey’s uncle. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!

    #Anonymous#Dhurke Sahdmadhi#Apollo Justice#Trucy Wright #Rayfa Padma Khura'in #Phoenix Wright#Ace Attorney#Mod Commentary #The age of consent I'm basing this on is the one in Japan which is 13 #That is why Rayfa and Trucy are allowed to wear semi skimpy outfits and Dhurke made those jokes at all #it's weird but I'd personally not take those jokes seriously and assume that they can get away with it in Japan
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  • ur-fave-is-a-lesbian-transman
    20.01.2022 - 5 days ago
    #I have no additional commentary this is all said well #Other mods r welcome to provide input #Thank u anon #Mod r
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  • askaceattorney
    20.01.2022 - 5 days ago

    Dear Anonymous,


    I don’t care.

    - Enoch Drebber

    #Anonymous#Enoche Drebber#Ace Attorney #The Great Ace Attorney #Mod Commentary #Give him some scientist from the future and maybe you'll get something out of him
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  • askaceattorney
    19.01.2022 - 6 days ago

    Dear Anonymous,

    Chief Mod Edgeworth: It would depend on the story. To be perfectly honest, I would like to see more official characters that are judges. It’s very rare that ever happens. The only official characters that are judges are Justine Courtney,  Seishiro Jigoku and Mael Stronghart.

    Dear twofacedcriminal,

    Chief Mod Edgeworth: Happy New Year too you too!

    Dear Trearoos,

    Chief Mod Edgeworth: If it’s been a half a month ago, it’s still in the piles. We are now starting letters that were sent in September. No worries, we will get to yours soon enough.

    (Referenced Letters)

    Dear Guquis,

    Chief Mod Edgeworth: No. I quote,

    Franziska von Karma - “I’m a Japanese woman that happens to LIVE in Germany!”

    Manfred von Karma - “I was born in Japan and my parents immigrated to Germany. So, yes, I was raised in Germany and can speak German fluently, but I was born in Japan.”

    As for her Japanese heritage, that is from The Great Ace Attorney 2. Her ancestor was the pupil of Kazuma’s father, who is Japanese, and adopted his surname after the sword Karuma. Since Kazuma knew about this, that means the first Karuma or von Karma was living in Japan at the time.  As for how the Karuma’s/von Karma’s got to America/Germany, it’s left up for interpretation, but from what I’ve heard, the Karuma’s were considered Japanese living in America in the original game. In case you need proof, here it is.

    As a food for thought, if you need this question answered right away, I highly suggest asking it in the comment section of the post. That will save the trouble of waiting and I will answer quicker as I have proven in the other posts. As proven in the following letters below, I do answer questions right away and things that are mentioned will likely be explained in the comment section.

    (Referenced Letters)

    Dear Anonymous,

    Chief Mod Edgeworth: Thank you for informing me of this. I have now included the link of the previous letter. 

    (Letter and Link)

    Dear Anonymous,

    Chief Mod Edgeworth: Yes, I believe someone else mentioned that idea in the comment section of the letter and I answered as seen down below.

    (Referenced Letter)

    Dear Snowthefirst,

    Chief Mod Edgeworth: Unfortunately, I had forgotten about that. I did edit the letter, so it would seem like Ryunosuke just forgot. After all, I did, so why wouldn’t he?

    You’re not the only one that mentioned.

    If there’s a mistake you’ve made and need it to be answered right away, then go to the comment section. I do check the Activity every single day, so I will answer you guys, if you point a mistake I’ve made.

    Dear Marmalade Von Karma,

    Chief Mod Edgeworth: The only difference is how you write your letters to us or AA characters. For asks, you can ask simple questions and make yourself anonymous without logging off your account. For “Submit Stuff,” as I have explained in the instructions on how to submit letters, you can also submit images, videos, links, music, etc. You can submit letters to characters or us via asks or letters, but you are able to submit more when you go on “Submit Stuff Here.” I hope this helps.

    I also thank you for your kind words. I apologize for the trouble.

    Dear Anonymous,

    Chief Mod Edgeworth: It’s cute and it gives you something to do during lockdown. I like it.

    Chief Mod Edgeworth: No. We’d just simply accept it as canon. 

    Actually, there are a lot of letters from years ago that contradict a few ones we answered, because they were answered by different mods. This happens. That’s why we either don’t regard them or we do, but use clever explanations as to why it was answered this way. Though, most of the time, people don’t even find them, so they get lost in the numerous piles of letters.

    Dear Fenix Right,

    Chief Mod Edgeworth: 

    Yes, the crux of why you’re confused is because you haven’t played the second game of The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles. Had you played, you would have seen that most of what you’re confused about are headcanons based off of briefly mentioned things from the second game. 

    Since it’s clear you got this from a series of letters by one person during Christmas and New Years and what is canon is only briefly mentioned, I will only reveal two canon things from the second game that are briefly mentioned. Kazuma’s father had a student, who took the name Karuma as their surname, thus who Rion Karuma/Richard von Karma is. After Kazuma’s father died, Kazuma was taken in by Yujin Mikotoba as his foster father. 

    Hopefully, this should relieve your confusion. 

    -The Mods

    #Anonymous#twofacedcriminal#snowthefirst #Chief Mod Edgeworth #Mod Commentary #Since Co-Mod is gone he will no longer be answering letters unless you call him specifically #I might bring in Modthorne as well since I just got in contact with her
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  • askaceattorney
    17.01.2022 - 1 week ago

    Dear my Admirer,

    I only drink from the finest grapes from the finest Vinyards. Most of the time, they have recently been made, so the alcohol has not yet taken effect.

    I believe it is, what they are now calling, grape juice. Personally, I still call it new wine.

    (I can’t imagine why anyone would wish to change it to grape juice. Seems pointless, but I suppose language is bound to change in the new age.)

    - Barok van Zieks

    #Anonymous #Barok van Zieks #Ace Attorney#Mod Commentary #New wine being changed to grape juice came during the late 19th century due to the invention of refridgeration #It originally was called unferminted wine or new wine
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  • askaceattorney
    16.01.2022 - 1 week ago

    Dear Taskmaster,

    It’s been over a decade since I made a self portrait, so I’m a bit rough around the edges, but...

    15 minutes and 53 seconds.

    - Phoenix Wright

    #Anonymous#Phoenix Wright#The Taskmaster#Marvel#Ace Attorney#Mod Commentary #Yes I did that in 15 minutes and 53 seconds #If you want more you may request it
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  • askaceattorney
    16.01.2022 - 1 week ago

    Dear Trearoos,

    Excuse me, but I would not compare the events of a fictional cartoon show to real life. In that case, you might as well be comparing my life to The Lion King, which is likely the most relatable to my situation compared to the Simpson’s.

    Also, logic and common sense are hard to grasp for anyone dealing with trauma. I’m afraid an infant shooting some nutjob trying to steal her candy cannot be compared to a young nine-year-old accidentally shooting his own father. Young Maggie is likely not going to remember or care in the next 15 years, whereas a child will likely be severely damaged as they grow, if they have a memory of accidentally shooting or killing their own father.

    (Honestly, the Simpson’s? Couldn’t they have made a more insulting comparison to my life?)

    - Miles Edgeworth

    #Anonymous#Miles Edgeworth#Gregory Edgeworth#Ace Attorney#Mod Commentary #Funny enough I remember that episode even though I never watch the Simpson's
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  • askaceattorney
    15.01.2022 - 1 week ago

    Dear Tegan Blurr,

    Not in my family tree per se, but those names are familiar.

    Genshin Asogi was the mentor of the von Karma ancestry and the origin of their name Karma or Karuma in Japanese. Barok van Zieks would also mentor Genshin’s son, Kazuma Asogi, who is considered one of the greatest legendary Prosecutors in Japan’s history that changed the legal world.

    - Miles Edgeworth

    #Anonymous#Miles Edgeworth#Genshin Asogi#Kazuma Asogi #Barok van Zieks #Franziska von Karma #Ace Attorney#Mod Commentary #I'd like to think Edgeworth is related to Kazuma in some form
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  • ur-fave-is-a-lesbian-transman
    15.01.2022 - 1 week ago
    #mod r#drama #? #if any other mods have commentary go for it
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  • incorrect-hs-quotes
    15.01.2022 - 1 week ago

    John: So we have a memo in our pester chum called #haley_joel_osment that only dave is allowed to talk in, and its pretty much reserved for him saying things like "im a great cool" or posting pictures of owen wilson or ben stiller at lower and lower resolutions.

    John: Let me read you some posts from #haley_joel_osment. the first eight posts are pictures of donald glover. then he says "some of you might get sad some might dont", "i feel a good", "im i like everything", "its just had on momoa who is chisel", "im a great cool", "im in my pants", "ahahaba", "why am i turntechgodhead", "lean meat is the healthies", "shat striped jeans", "as i child", like, its just... and he only posts in here a few times a year.

    #submission #the memo was meant for dave to be practicing sbahj jokes but he decided to use it for even more surreal humour #source: HLVRAi Act 4 cast commentary #//#homestuck #incorrect homestuck quotes #john egbert#dave strider#mod terezi #giving dave an echo chamber was never gonna end pretty #but it would end spectacularly
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  • askaceattorney
    14.01.2022 - 1 week ago

    Dear Larry,


    Ehem, first, clean off that sour cream, then go to a real doctor that isn’t Hotti Clinic, especially if the doctor is Director Hotti.

    (How on earth did he think this was a good idea? Now, I’m genuinely worried.)

    - Miles Edgeworth

    #Anonymous#Larry Butz#Miles Edgeworth#Ace Attorney#Mod Commentary #I think I just found something more disturbing than Grossberg's Hemorrhoids
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  • askaceattorney
    13.01.2022 - 1 week ago

    Dear Anonymous,

    Don’t see why not, compadre.

    One of the best ways to make a character stand out, in my opinion, is to make them...well, a character -- someone who either looks, sounds, or behaves differently from your average Joe Cartwright in some special way.  And our amigo Jake Marshall delivers on all three fronts -- he looks, sounds, and acts like he escaped from an old western film or TV show, and even has a theme song to match.

    Whoops, sorry -- this one.

    The great thing about Ace Attorney characters, though, is that even the side characters can have their own story to tell, as part of the bigger story.  In ol’ Jake’s case, he’s on the trail of a man who did him wrong.

    At first glance, it might seem like he’s just protecting the crime scene from Phoenix and his young “bambina” assistant, but his passion for defending his territory comes from more than a simple desire for justice.  He has a personal stake in the game, which he only drops subtle hints about at first:

    Before we get a chance to learn more about it, though, we first learn a bit about his history with the “Chief Prospector,” Lana.

    His doubts about Lana aren’t merely personal, it turns out -- he has the same questions about her suspected “deals” with one Miles Edgeworth as many others do.  But in his case, it seems to be about more than just doing his job as a detective (or former detective).  What does he know about Lana that he isn’t lettin’ on about? 

    As usual, we don’t get that information until he’s on the witness stand.  In the meantime, we get to learn a few small details about him at his wild-westernized office.

    (What is up with that Dalmatian hat?)

    Ol’ Jake is apparently a fan of filet steak lunches, doesn’t have the same fire for his security position that he used to, and doesn’t take much to machines.  He also admits that he and Detective Starr are still investigating the “solved” SL-9 case, but refuses to share any details about it.

    It’s hard to tell whether he’s on the up-and-up or not...that is, until high noon strikes in the courtroom.

    It’s there that Phoenix finally exposes him as the wild man he is after hitting him with a few truth bullets.

    (Say, I wonder if that’s where they got the idea for the name of that one game...?)

    By the end of this showdown between lawyer and ex-detective, we discover that the good detective who was “murdered” in the evidence room, was in fact Jake Marshall in disguise.  He even went so far as to pull a knife on Officer Meekins in order to keep from blowing his cover.  Don’t exactly sound the sweet-natured cowpoke he’s made himself out to be, does it?

    Then we finally get to the reasons behind his uncooperative (and occasionally violent) attitude.

    Like the other detectives, Jake wasn’t satisfied with the SL-9 Incident’s conclusion, but it goes much further than that for him.

    Joe Darke’s final victim was someone Jake loved dearly, and whom he knew better than anyone.

    His belief in his brother’s fighting skill was what ultimately caused him to attempt to steal the evidence from SL-9 before it was transferred into oblivion.  As bizarre and dangerous as Jake’s actions were, one can hardly blame him for wanting to act on a hunch, especially one where family was involved.  After all, believing something with little more than a hunch (if anything) is precisely what Phoenix does when deciding to defend someone.  While he probably wouldn’t do anything underhanded to achieve his goal (emphasis on “probably”)...

    ...their ideals aren’t all that different at the end of the day.  It’s a bit of a challenge to decide whether Jake did the right thing or not, ain’t it?

    What may have happened had everything gone according to Jake’s plan, we’ll never know, because somebody beat him to it, making it a fruitless endeavor in the end.  Jake doesn’t let it end there, though -- before admitting defeat, he poses one question to Lana that stirs things up somethin’ fierce:

    Whether it’s Lana’s guilty conscience or Jake’s steely face that causes her to spill the beans, she finally admits to forging evidence in order to give Joe Darke the sentence he deserved.  Apparently, Jake’s not the only one willing to mosey outside the rules for justice’s sake.

    Sadly, Jake’s last-ditch effort to expose the truth about his brother’s death gets him nowhere in the end, but he doesn’t seem to regret his attempt, or the consequences.

    We also learn that his hunch about SL-9 was shared by all the detectives who handled the case, and even had some evidence to back it up.

    While he couldn’t prove it, his two main suspects for concealing the facts were the man who gave Edgeworth forged evidence to present in court and the woman who became a different person ever since that day -- Damon Gant and Lana Skye, respectively.  What exactly their motives were, however, was something he couldn’t get his hands on.  So with that, his days on the wild frontier are finally through.

    Those were Jake’s parting words to Phoenix and Ema.  But they say when the blows just right, you can still hear him shaving with that sharp machete of his...

    ...Sorry, got a little sentimental there.

    If Jake was the story’s main character, we’d probably call this a bad ending, but his crazy method of finding the truth turns out to be the wind beneath Phoenix’s wings, in a manner of speaking.  By putting him on Gant and Lana’s trail, Jake ends up helping Phoenix and Edgeworth finally uncover the whole ugly truth about SL-9, Joe Darke, the Skye sisters, and the deaths of Neil Marshall and Bruce Goodman.

    Let’s go ahead fast-forward to that, why don’t we?

    Thus, while Phoenix and Edgeworth are the heroes of the story, they partly owe their victory to the actions of a certain meddlin’ cowboy who didn’t know when to quit.

    And on top of that, while Phoenix managed to find the truth without breaking any rules, he did end up bending them a little in order to get to it.

    Phoenix may not be a Texan, but it’s not too hard to believe that he and Jake might be cut from the same cloth, so to speak.

    So, what kinda feller is Jake Marshall in the end?  A few words that come to mind are “wildman,” “contrarian,” “antihero,” and perhaps even a “wild banshee hoodlum” (a term borrowed from my dad), but there’s one that sticks out to me the most: “Desperado.”  Luckily for the citizens of LA, he happens to be the good kind of desperado, and the kind of lawman they (and we) won’t soon forget.

    That’s my take on ‘im, anyway.

    -The Co-Mod

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  • sxnful-twxns
    12.01.2022 - 1 week ago

    Odds are Spirit will not hear MM or GF out over an apology. He’d want to hear one from the main cause of everything (DD) before ever even consider what the other two say. Blame it on paranoia, but if those two try reaching out to him before the dad does, he will only see it as some sick trap.

    #dash commentary #ig? #idk #mod mod lmao
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