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Turnabout Visitor
Transcript
We need more pieces to finish this puzzle.
Adding Logic This article is under construction. While it is not short, it still needs expansion as outlined in the manual of style. The article most likely needs expansion near the end of the tagged section or sections.
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Episode 1
Turnabout Visitor
March 14, 1:16 AM
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To make sure the defendant is found guilty. What other choice do I have? That’s the job of a prosecutor, after all.

Th-That may be true, but why...? Why go this far?

Sorry, maybe I wasn’t clear enough, but a guilty verdict is all that matters to me. No matter what the cost. I’m a prodigy among prosecutors. Always have been, always will be.




March 14, 2:05 AM
Prosecutor's Building
12th Floor Hallway

Edgeworth:
(It’s hard to believe that I’ve been away from my office for a whole month. I hope Detective Gumshoe has been keeping an eye on my office. And keeping it clean. Hm...? The door is unlocked...)




Edgeworth:
Detective Gumshoe...? (Hm? What’s this smell...? It’s very familiar... Blood? Wh-What the!?) What’s the meaning of this!?

???:
Freeze.

Edgeworth:
Identify yourself.

???:
.................. Shut up.

Edgeworth:
Hmph. You’ve got some nerve, committing murder in a prosecutor’s office. Is that a threat?

???:
...

Edgeworth:
...Let me make one thing very clear.

???:
What?

Edgeworth:
No one gets away with committing murder in my office. No one.

???:
............




Edgeworth:
My name is Miles Edgeworth. And I work as a prosecutor in my local district. Little did I know that upon my return home after a month abroad... ...I would be thrust into a multitude of cases, and some very frantic and busy days.




March 14, 2:56 AM
High Prosecutors' Offices
Room 1202

Edgeworth:
.........

Forensics:
I've finished photographing the victim's body, sir!

Edgeworth:
Very well. Please continue your investigation.

Forensics:
Yes, sir!

Edgeworth:
.........

???:
Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah! Mr. Edgeworth, sir!! Are you OK, sir!?

Edgeworth:
Keep it down, Detective. This is a crime scene.

???:
When I heard that a murder has taken place in your office, I ran up here straight away!

Edgeworth:
(This is Dick Gumshoe. He is a detective with the local precinct... ...and the one they assigned to handle this murder case for the time being.)

Gumshoe:
You're looking a little pale, sir! Are you hurt!?

Edgeworth:
No, I'm perfectly fine. However...

Gumshoe:
Ack! Look what they did to your office! It's totally trashed!

Edgeworth:
I'll say. The culprit sullied my floor with dirt rather well. No one gets away with tracking mud into my office.

Gumshoe:
Whoa! Sounds like you're getting really burned up over this whole thing!

Edgeworth:
This crime was committed in my office, so it is my responsibility to solve it.

Gumshoe:
Ho ho! That's just like you, Mr. Edgeworth! OK! Time to do some investigating!

Edgeworth:
Agreed. Our first course of action is to gather relevant facts and leads. (We must not overlook anything, no matter how small, if we are to find the truth. So I'll keep any leads or information we find etched in the forefront of my mind.) Speaking of things that pique my curiosity... Why of all places did the (Crime scene: My office – Is it really coincidence that the murder took place in my office?) occur in (Crime scene: My office – Is it really coincidence that the murder took place in my office?)? (Hmm... I get the nagging feeling that this is something important to keep in mind.)

Gumshoe:
Yeah, I was wondering that myself, sir... I mean, you can't really say it's just a coincidence, can you?

Edgeworth:
No, not really. Especially because of this.

Gumshoe:
The (The office key – For security reasons, this office's door has a lock built into it.)? What do you mean, sir?

Edgeworth:
If you think about it carefully and use Logic, it should become clear to you.

Gumshoe:
Logic...?

Edgeworth:
By finding the connection between two pieces of information... ...and connecting them, new information is born. That is the end result of using Logic.

Gumshoe:
So how do you use it?

Edgeworth:
First, I recall information through the Logic Button, and then Connect them together. (Now, to touch the Logic Button and recall the facts.)


Edgeworth:
For security reasons, all the prosecutors' doors are outfitted with locks. Which means it would have been hard for the murderer and the victim to get in here. Ergo, it's impossible to dismiss the location of this crime as a mere coincidence.

Gumshoe:
Yes, that's exactly what I was thinking, sir!

Edgeworth:
(There must be a reason why someone infiltrated my room... (The killer's goal – Why did this happen in my office? What was the killer after?))

Gumshoe:
You're really on the ball today, Mr. Edgeworth! That's some beautiful Logic, sir!

Edgeworth:
Yes, well... When you follow leads to their conclusion, only the truth remains. (However... If the information doesn't line up properly, I may stray far from the truth as well... But if I think carefully before piercing leads together, the Logic should flow.) Well, let's get started with our investigation, shall we?

Gumshoe:
Yes, sir!

Begin Investigation
High Prosecutors' Offices
Room 1202

Gumshoe:
The basis of any good investigation is to examine everything, sir!

Edgeworth:
I know that. And when I want to examine something, I simply touch the Examine Button.

Gumshoe:
Oh, if you ever feel lost and want to talk, just touch the Partner Button, OK!? I'll give you great, precise advice as an Ace Investigator, sir!

Edgeworth:
(*sigh* Something to try later if I have free time, I suppose.)
















(Connecting all possible Logic and examining body and files leads to:)

Edgeworth:
(I guess this is about all we're going to find out. We should send the body to aut--)

???:
Jim! Why, oh why!? How could this have happened to a guy like you!?

Edgeworth:
......... Are you alright?

???:
Don't touch me! Leave me alone! Just let me be!

Edgeworth:
Sorry, but I can't do that. The investigation is still ongoing, so please refrain from touching the body.

???:
The "body"? The "BODY"!? Don't talk about him like he's just some lump of flesh! Look at him... Jim looks like he's just turned in for the night.

Gumshoe:
Um, sure. Just in a blood-stained suit, pal.

???:
Where are my manners?

Edgeworth:
Aren't you that prosecutor...

Portsman:
Why, yes, I am! I'm Jacques Portsman, Prosecutor. Jim here was my partner in crime busting...

Edgeworth:
I'm Miles Edgeworth, and like you, I am also a prosecutor.

Gumshoe:
Detective Dick Gumshoe, sir.

Portsman:
So you're Miles Edgeworth... I guess this is your office?

Edgeworth:
Yes, that is correct.

Portsman:
Then it was you! You're the one who killed Jim!

Gumshoe:
Hey, don't go around jumping to conclusions, pal! Just calm down, OK!?

Portsman:
I will not! I know how things work around here! High prosecutors' office doors all have locks built into them. And only the owner of the office has the key to his or her own office door!

Edgeworth:
That is correct. However, I was not the one who killed your partner.

Gumshoe:
Yeah! Mr. Edgeworth has been overseas on a business trip this whole time, pal. And the key to the door was with me the entire time, OK!? So the only one who could get in here was me! Ho ho ho ho. ...Wait, that means... ......... I'm not sure what that means.

Portsman:
So it was you, then! You're Jim's killer!!

Gumshoe:
No way, pal! You've got it all wrong!!

Edgeworth:
Everyone calm down!

Portsman:
...!

Edgeworth:
Mr. Portsman, correct? If you are a real prosecutor, you should know to stay collected. The investigation has only just begun. Isn't it too early to be drawing conclusions?

Portsman:
...Alright, I get the point. You're right, my mistake. I tend to get a little too hot-headed sometimes. You sure are one cool customer, though, Mr. Edgeworth.

Edgeworth:
.........

Portsman:
I've heard all the rumors about you. You're the great "Genius Prosecutor". You're something of a legend, you know. Anyway! Let's call a truce and work together, OK? Now, how about a handshake to seal the deal!?

Edgeworth:
............ A pleasure to work with you.

Portsman:
You guys were conducting your investigation, right? Sorry for barging in like that. Carry on, then. It's your room, after all.

Edgeworth:
Thank you, I intend to.

Portsman:
I just want a little more time to say good-bye to Jim... You there!

Forensics:
Sir!

Portsman:
I want you to capture this scene on film for me. My final farewell to my partner Jim...

Edgeworth:
............ (I should probably give them some space...)









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