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|Paht Rohl||Image Gallery|
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|Occupation||Monk-in-training (lapsed) |
Treasure guard ( - April 23, 2028)
|Names in other languages|
|Japanese* (romanization written with the given name first)||ミーマ・ワルヒト (Mima Waruhito)|
|Reckoned birth year(s) (this is for age comparison purposes, and so may look odd; click on the question mark for details)?||1996|
|Documented age range (as recorded in court record profiles and case files)||32* (The Foreign Turnabout)|
|Status* (last known)||Deceased (April 23, 2028)|
|Height* (from official guidebooks)||??? cm|
|Family||Unnamed parents (deceased) |
|Affiliates||Pees'lubn Andistan'dhin (arrested) |
|Debut episode||The Foreign Turnabout|
|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.|
Early Life Edit
Like Ur'gaid, Rohl was once a monk-in-training, but had to give that up, since this ascetic life couldn't really support his family, especially he had to support his younger brothers and sisters after the early death of their parents as well. So he took a job as a guard in the temple and eventually was put in charge of guarding the treasure box and even got to carry the box to the palace for the New Year's rite. But despite all that, his job still wasn't enough to support his family, forcing him into a life of professional burglrary, unknown to Ur'gaid.
- Main article: The Foreign Turnabout
At some point, he decided to steal the Founder's Orb and sell it on the black market, but when he reached the treasure room and took the chest he found the Orb was already gone. Unknown to him, it was stolen by Pees'lubn Andistan'dhin on the orders of Inga Karkhuul Khura'in. Nevertheless he decided to take the chest, since it was a valuable artifact on its own. When he was infiltrating the storeroom, he encountered Ur'gaid and drew a gun on him, demanding to know if he was the thief. However he didn't notice that Andistan'dhin had discovered him, and realized that if someone were to figure out another way of opening the box, then the Orb's previous theft would have been 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.
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.
- 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".
- ↑ Sato (2016-06-14). Ace Attorney: Spirit of Justice Gets New Screenshots And Details On Its Story And E3 Demo. Siliconera. Retrieved 2016-06-14.
- ↑ L~A. "Gyakuten Saiban 6 (3DS) teased in Famitsu, playable at TGS". Court Records Forums. Retrieved on 2015-09-01.
- ↑ "【先出し週刊ファミ通】シリーズ最新作となる『逆転裁判6』が発表！（2015年9月3日発売号）". Famitsu. Retrieved on 2015-09-01.
- ↑ Bolt Storm. "Ace Attorney 6 in Famitsu 9/3/15 - full scans". Court Records Forums. Retrieved on 2015-09-02.
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