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Paht Rohl
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Mr. Rohl encouraged me to never give up. "Ahlbi, you train hard and make sure you become a monk one day! Don't end up like me," he'd say.

Paht Rohl was a treasure guard in Khura'in who was tasked with keeping watch over the Founder's Orb. He was murdered in the line of duty, with Ahlbi Ur'gaid being accused of the crime.

Early lifeEdit

Like Ur'gaid, Rohl was once a monk-in-training, but had to give that up because this ascetic life could not support his family, especially since he had to support his younger brothers and sisters after the early death of their parents as well. He then took a job as a guard at Tehm'pul Temple and was eventually put in charge of guarding the treasure box which contained the Founder's Orb, even getting to carry the box to the palace for the New Year's rite. While working at the temple, Rohl befriended the young Ahlbi Ur'gaid, who was training to become a monk, and would often give him advice and encourage him to dedicate himself to his training.

Despite all this, however, Rohl's job was still not enough to support his family, forcing him into a life of professional burglary, a fact which he kept secret from Ur'gaid.

DeathEdit

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Holding Ur'gaid at gunpoint.

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Being fatally struck with a dahmalan by Andistan'dhin.

At some point, Rohl decided to steal the Founder's Orb and sell it on the black market, but when he reached the treasure room and took the treasure box, he found the Orb was already gone. Unbeknownst to him, it had been stolen by the head monk Pees'lubn Andistan'dhin on the orders of Inga Karkhuul Khura'in. Nevertheless, Rohl decided to take the box, since it was a valuable artifact on its own.

While infiltrating the storeroom, he encountered Ur'gaid and drew a gun on him, demanding to know if he was the thief. However, a blackout then struck the temple, and Rohl was discovered by Andistan'dhin, who realized that, if someone were to figure out another way of opening the box, the Orb's previous theft would be discovered. To stop this from happening, he killed Rohl with one of his dahmalans and tried to pin the blame on Ur'gaid, but his plan was foiled by Phoenix Wright.

PersonalityEdit

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Rohl was described by Ur'gaid as a kind man who often gave him good advice. Due to their similar backgrounds, Rohl expressed concern for Ur'gaid and told him to work hard to become a monk, not wanting the boy to have to stoop to crime like him.

NameEdit

  • His Japanese name, "Mima Waruhito" (ミーマ・ワルヒト), may potentially come from the phrase "aru hito mite", which translates to "seeing some people", a reference to his occupation as a guard watching out for suspicious-looking individuals. Alternatively, it could come from "mimawaru hito", which roughly translates to "patrolman" or "person who makes rounds".
  • It could also come from "warubito", which means "bad person", in reference to his theft.
  • His English name is a pun on the word "patrol".

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