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An Attorney that's NOT short

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Okay, I won't bother anymore =3
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Re: PT-7: Tsar of Turnabouts (witness spots open)Topic%20Title
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The defense rests

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General Luigi wrote:
The investigation and trial: http://www.forums.court-records.net/viewtopic.php?f=26&t=11790

September 17--10:17 PM
Osterling Opera House, Stage


“I know that voice!” The subtitles over the stage read, translating Andrei’s Russian. “Is this fugitive a friend or foe?” Andrei saw that the man was none other than Mazeppa. His face contorted into an effigy of hatred. “What! You, you, Mazeppa!... Destroyer of sacred innocence, do you now recognize the dwelling and the home, the happy home that used to be, where now there is total gloom and desolation? Do you recognize the safe and sheltered abode where the angel of peace used to live, and the garden, where you would go at dead of night to meet her?”

“I recognized it!” Mazeppa responded. “Why do you reproach me so violently and angrily? What, Andrei, do you want from me?”

“What do I want? I want your death! In bloody battle, burning with a desire for vengeance, I sought you everywhere, Mazeppa, you must die, your hour has come!”

“Andrei, respect my grey hair!”

“Oh, you traitor, you preying vulture!”

“Show respect for my misfortune!”

“You despicable, loathsome old man!”

“But if you raise your hand against me, know that I am not unarmed!”

“You destroyer of sacred innocence!”

The young soldier and the old officer then sang together.

“—Seducer of a pure darling!
—Andrei, respect my grey hair,
—Curse the day, curse the hour,
—show respect for my misfortune,
—when you took her from us!
—respect my grey hair.
—You shall answer for your crime,
—But if you raise your hand against me,
—I will strike you down without compunction,
—know that I am not unarmed,
—die then, die, and at the cruel moment of death
—I am not unarmed!
—my curse shall be upon you, evil old man!”

Andrei drew his sword and ran at the man who had robbed him of the love of his life. Mazeppa drew his own sword and countered every blow. The clanging of cold steel rang throughout the audience as they watched. With his free hand, Mazeppa took out a handgun and fired.

BANG!

Andrei collapsed to the ground, clutching his wound, blood seeping out from between his fingers.

“You sad man!” Mazeppa said regretfully. “God knows, I did not wish for your destruction!”

“You shot me for real!” Andrei yelled in English, loud enough for the audience and orchestra to hear.

The orchestra stopped as the audience gasped and started jeering uproariously at Mazeppa. Mazeppa sunk to his knees in shock and despair. It was no longer a performance. A man had shot his fellow performer in front of hundreds of people.



Victim Data

Name: Jason Liszt
Age: 27
Died: September 18, 10:47 AM
COD: Peritonitis from a gunshot wound in the abdomen
Murder weapon: pistol
Details: Tenor in the Jensen Opera Company. Sang the role of Andrei in the Company’s performance of Mazeppa. Was shot on-stage during Act III of the September 17 performance. Died in the hospital from infected peritonitis the following day.



Suspect Data

Name: Richard Glinkirev
Age: 64
Accused of: murder
Reason for suspicion: Was witnessed shooting the victim onstage during the performance.
Details: Bass-baritone in the Jensen Opera Company. Sang the role of Ivan Mazeppa in the Company’s performance of Mazeppa.



Witnesses

Name: Michelle Glinkirev
Age: 23
Details: Music Student at Ivy University. Daughter of the defendant. Was dating Liszt until a month ago. Hates Liszt because he was dating another woman behind her back. First-chair oboe in the Jensen Orchestra and first-chair bassoon in the Ivy University Orchestra. Heard the gunshot, but did not see it.

Name: Rufus Woodman
Age: 39
Details: Tenor in the Jensen Opera Company. Sang the role of Iskra in the company’s performance of Mazeppa.

Name: Emily Holgar
Age: 34
Details: Soprano in the Jensen Opera Company famed for her acting skills, strong voice, and physical beauty. Sang the role of Maria in the company’s performance of Mazeppa. Witnessed Liszt getting shot by Glinkirev and helped Rimusorgsky restrain Glinkirev.

Name: Dana Papadopoulou
Age: 23
Details: Music student at Ivy University. Transferred from Greece. Third-chair string bass in the Ivy University Orchestra. Was dating Liszt from two months ago to his death.

Name: Virginia Wagner
Age: 49
Details: Director of the Jensen Opera Company. Was behind the scenes during the entire performance. Has a reputation for working her people to the bone.

Name: Luka Rimusorgsky (mentioned, but unable to testify)
Age: 41
Details: Bass in the Kirov Opera. Sang the role of Orlik in the Jensen Opera's performance of Mazeppa. Helped Holgar restrain Glinkirev after realizing the gunshot was real. Currently in St. Petersburg.

There's also one secret witness.



Roles

Prosecutor: Spikes Mailliw (AndrossGanon)
Prosecution Aide: Rehg Ular (aegisbrom)
Defense Attorney: Derek Waters (Matt620)
Defense Aide: (Bletz)
Detective: Caelestis Atra (Caelestis)
Judge: The usual Ace Attorney judge (dragoneye13)
Richard Glinkirev (General Luigi)
Michelle Glinkirev (Taken by General Luigi until someone else applies)
Rufus Woodman (Taken by General Luigi until someone else applies)
Emily Holgar (BHX)
Dana Papadopoulou (Taken by General Luigi until someone else applies)
Virginia Wagner (NorthernUtopia)
Secret Witness (Molotov)

Witnesses and the Defendant

The aide roles will be closed until all other roles are taken. If people still want to join after the other roles are taken, the two aide roles will be opened up. The roles may be reserved, but reservations may be overruled if someone more regularly available for the role asks for it. Once the case starts, the positions will only be reopened if the current user with the role opts out or is dismissed.

Also, should you be the secret witness, you must not, under any circumstances, reveal information about your character to anyone until the right time comes, and even then, please keep all information on your character confined to the associated thread(s).

Though I am playing the role of the defendant, I will still be overseeing much of the case to make sure it unfolds properly. As the defendant, I will be stuck in the Detention Center unless escorted by the detective.

Keeping the Case Active

PLEASE DO NOT TAKE A ROLE IF YOU ARE NOT PREPARED TO BE HERE AT LEAST DAILY. Exceptions might be made, provided your presence is only slightly less regular than daily. If you are needed, I will PM you. If you fail to appear within a week of my PM, your role will be revoked. Also, if you are going to be prevented from accessing the Internet for any amount of time greater than three days, please let me know beforehand.

Also, I may at times send out PMs to everyone involved in the case, active and inactive. With that in mind, I must ask that you PM me whenever you change your user name so that my mass PM will reach you.

In the event that someone's role is revoked or they opt out of the case, the case will still proceed until that character's presence is required.

The Prosecution

The prosecutor may have an active role in the investigation and has the authority to question witnesses and gather evidence. It is the prosecutor's job to prove in court, through evidence and testimony, that the defendant had the motive and opportunity to kill the victim. If he/she does not believe the defendant is guilty of the crime he is accused of, the prosecutor may drop the current charges and pursue different charges against the defendant, if necessary. As the double jeopardy law ensures the defendant will not be tried again if he is found innocent or the charges dropped, it is critical that the prosecutor be absolutely certain of the defendant's innocence of the crime he is accused of before dropping the charges.

The Defense

The defense attorney, like the prosecutor, is allowed to participate in the investigation by questioning witnesses and gathering evidence. The defense must prove in court, through evidence and testimony, that the defendant is innocent of the crime he is accused of. If the defense attorney believes the defendant is guilty, he/she may drop the case and the defendant may request a different defense attorney or choose to represent himself. The defense may also make a plea other than not guilty, such as justified self-defense or a lesser crime than the current one.

Unlike the prosecutor, the defense attorney may be dismissed at any time by the defendant if he believes his defense is not doing a good enough job or disagrees with the defense's decisions.

The Detective

The detective's role is to hold on to a number of pieces of evidence and give accurate data on them to the prosecution and defense. The detective must also escort the prosecution and defense around the crime scene in order to prevent tampering. If one side uncovers new evidence at the crime scene, it is the detective's job to make a record of it and report it to the other side before court convenes the following day.

The detective also has the authority to place other areas of the case (excluding the Prosecutor's Office and the Defense Attorney's Office) under investigation, in which case the same procedures as the crime scene must be observed. In addition, the detective may bring witnesses in for questioning if they deem it necessary, though the defense and prosecution must both have access to that witness before court convenes the following day.

The Judge

It is the judge's job to oversee the trial phase of the case. The judge has the authority to penalize any and all parties that are subject if he/she believes they have done something warranting a penalty. The judge may also determine the size of the penalty with relation to the severity of the offense. The judge may be replaced if both the prosecution and defense believe he/she is biased or is handing down improper penalties (e. g. penalties for personal reasons, penalties that are too harsh for the associated offense, penalties that are not harsh enough for the associated offense).

The judge determines when to call a recess and when court proceedings are suspended for the day. If the prosecution or defense believe that proceedings should continue, they may object, but the objection will be overruled and penalized if there is not a good reason for continuing.

Likewise, the judge will hand down a verdict at the end of the trial or when he/she believes further investigation of the case is a waste of time. The prosecution and defense have the authority to object, but only if they can prove the verdict is premature. If both sides object to the verdict, then the judge must back down unless there is absolutely nothing relevant left to investigate.

Penalties

Three different parties may be penalized: the prosecution, the defense, and the detective. For offenses performed in court, the judge hands down the penalties and determines the severity. For offenses conducted during the investigation, it falls upon the Bar Association (in the case of the lawyers) or the Department (in the case of the detective) to hand down penalties and determine the severity. Penalties are measured in a life bar format. Once the life bar runs out, that person will be replaced.

Penalty-worthy offenses for the prosecution and defense in court:

Concealing evidence
Manipulating evidence
Concealing witnesses
Manipulating testimony
Making unsubstantiated arguments
Frivolous objections
Contempt of court
Unjust badgering of witnesses
False accusations of crimes relevant to the case
Attempting to pass guilt for offenses to other parties

Penalty-worthy offenses for the prosecution and defense during the investigation:

Manipulating the crime scene
Making deals with witnesses
Failure to report new evidence to the detective
Failure to report new witnesses to the detective

Penalty-worthy offenses for the detective in court:

False testimony
Incomplete testimony
Contempt of court
Attempting to pass guilt for offenses to other parties

Penalty-worthy offenses for the detective during the investigation:

Failure to report evidence to both sides
Failure to report witnesses to both sides
Barring access to the crime scene or witnesses without sufficient reason
Allowing either side to investigate unsupervised
Intentionally misleading either side in their investigation
Failure to follow new leads

Evidence

Evidence will be organized as necessary as the case unfolds and roles are taken.

At the moment no evidence is listed.

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umm... look, this is my first RPG in a forum. actually, this is the first forum i ever signed up :yogi: . so, i have no idea how the game works, but im really interested playing. so, is there any role i could get? id rather be the prosecutor, but i imagine is ask too much. anyway, i can get here daily. please enligthen me on this game. :phoenix: dont misunderstand me, i believe i have the competense to play. i just dont know how it works. thanks anyway. :will:
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In Justice We Trust

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There are currently three roles open: Dana Papadopoulou, Michelle Glinkirev, and Rufus Woodman.
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The defense rests

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General Luigi wrote:
There are currently three roles open: Dana Papadopoulou, Michelle Glinkirev, and Rufus Woodman.


well then, id like to take Michelle Glinkire then. when do i begin? ...and how :eh?: ?
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abort your toast.

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(pst. If you haven't already, read the entire case, dude. it's vital.)
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The defense rests

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AndrossGanon wrote:
(pst. If you haven't already, read the entire case, dude. it's vital.)


yes, i have thought as so. im already at page 5. but anyway, thanks for the tips. im quite getting how the games runs... :uramidn: :will:
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The role of Prosecution aide is now open.
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Reason before Honor.

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Edit:Whups,I'm blind.Please ignore me D:
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Chief Oldbagger

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I'll be Rufus Woodman if I get a quick bio.
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Two week break!
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...The fuck?

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Any possible way we can get this trial a-rollin again? No offense, but the Prosecution's Investigation is taking a while.

They can take all the time they need, but I'm afraid this trial will be locked if no one is posting.

Some PMs should be sent out, Luigi.
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Sig and Avie created by awesome Vicki!!

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I"ve been waiting for Luigi to tell me what I find and he still hasn't responded :yuusaku: He sent a PM to me and Andross a long time ago saying that he wants to get things rolling and if we had any last minute things. I said I just wanted to investigate the theatre, he said go ahead, so I reposted in-character what I was looking for. Still haven't gotten a response.

Should I PM him?
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Ah. Sorry about all that. I've been focused on a lot of other things. Caelestis, I just sent you a PM. I'll make sure to get back on track.
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Chief Oldbagger

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Sorry, but you can tell me if I can be Rufus?
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Capybara wrote:
Sorry, but you can tell me if I can be Rufus?

You can, but only if you can be online at least daily. I've slowed down the case enough with my own laziness--I'm making an effort to speed things along. Also, as is the case with any witness, you are forbidden to speak with other users about the details of your role. If you agree to these terms, I'll send you what you need to know in a PM.
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I would love to be the prosecution aide! :king: :haha:
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Fine by me. Just get in contact with the prosecutor. Oh, and a name would be useful.
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aww man is everything taken? or can i MAKE a witness or do we have enough =(
=3 my OTP: :butz: / :lotta-angry: X3
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Assuming this case hasn't died, you can go ahead and take one of the witness roles I'm currently playing. Thanks to my failure to notice that our prosecutor hasn't been online in almost three months, things have pretty much ground to a halt. Until we get a new prosecutor, we're stuck.
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Perpetual Prosecutor

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I want to be the prosecutor :godot:

But first, how much do these things last?
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It depends on how active everyone is. This particular RP is over a year old and still in the investigation phase--though we're drawing fairly close to the first day of the trial. If people neglect their roles (or if I fail to notice that someone's been offline without notice for too long), then it can take weeks just to get a testimony. I'm hoping you'll be online regularly enough (and will keep a close enough eye on the case) that things proceed smoothly.

Anyway, if you're still interested, just give your character a name (or go with someone from the games if you want).
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Perpetual Prosecutor

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I'll definitely be here daily that's for sure. Sometimes I might be able to post twice a day.

Anyway, here's my entry:

Name: Zed Arken

Age: 22

Appearance: He has straight black Viola-like hair, and a relatively round face, reminding Machi. He wears wide black sunglasses to cover the effects of an accident to his eyes, which means he'll need to wear them in court too. He's not very tall (160 cm) and wears a black vest over a long-sleeved dark grey chemise, with the collar part open to reach up to his cheeks. Around his neck he wears a necklace with a full moon attached, about as big as an open hand, and wears long black shiny tux pants.

Backstory: Zed is a silent and mysterious guy, talking only when necessary. His law education isn't his forte, but he makes up for it with a big knowledge of body language and of ways to make people spill the beans when they don't want to. Also, this is his first trial.

Find the pun in his name!

Are we ready to continue? I've read the case so far. Oh and do I have an aide at the moment? Not that I need one. :yuusaku:
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You currently don't have an aide.
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Can I be the Prosecution Aide, I know I was the prosecutor that got cut, but I'd really like to help with this. Please? I can use a different profile:

Name: Zack Terrance

Age : 21

Background: Zack is a newly recruited legal aid for the prosector's office. He longs for the day he can make his own name in the prosecution office, but he eagerly helps those that are in need of his assistance. He has a nack for over-analyzing and he doesn't keep his ideas to himself. Although most of his ideas are first moment decisions and remarks.
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I'd be glad to have you as an aide.

Anyway GL are you supposed to send me a PM with the stuff I have or found out in-character, or is that only for the other roles?
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The trial's going to have to wait. We are in desperate need of players; both the judge and detective have been offline for way too long, and most of the witness roles have been left open.
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May I get the judge role? If I can , please take this profile

Name : Crystal

Surname : Robinson

Gender : Female

Age : 22

Occupation : jugde

Appearance : Crystal has blue twintail hair and blue eyes. She always wears blue headphone,even in court.She wears Gothic Lolita style dress.She is tall for women(177cm.).

Personality : Crystal is VERY relaxed & cheerful judge. She likes to listens anime(or game) genre song and plays Touhou series games. Sometime she plays computer games during trial by her labtop , or plays her Nintendo DS . When she penalties , her face is look sad , because she don't want to make anyone feel bad.

Equipment : labtop,Nintendo DS,iPod,cell phone

I think I can online daily.......

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Sure. At the moment, a judge is the only role we desperately need. I can have some lower-ranking officer replace the previous detective for the duration of the trial, not to mention I've been serving as witnesses for a long time. Barring another unexpected hurdle, we can get the trial started today--but not until I'm done with classes; I've got two tests today and still think I could use a little more time to study.

Edit: I've sent out a mass PM. Once I get a response from everyone I sent it to, I'll open the trial thread.
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Yibbidee! I got breasts now!

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Gah! Now's my chance to strike!

Name: Marice Risk
Age: 24
Gender: Female
Occupation: Detective
Physical Description: She has long brown hair and bangs that cover her eyes, but she can somehow see. She wears a neon blue vest over a light purple sweater, and has black pants. No one can really describe her facial features since the most important part, her eyes, are covered.
Personality: Is extremely knowledgeable and has great deductive abilities, but tends to screw up a lot.

EDIT: Pleeease?
There she goes
There she goes again
Racing through my brain
And I just can't contain
This feeling that remains

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In Justice We Trust

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I'll make sure to add you.
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Yibbidee! I got breasts now!

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Thank you kindly.
There she goes
There she goes again
Racing through my brain
And I just can't contain
This feeling that remains

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Thank you....
Um.....What should I do after I get PM?
And.....Can judge appears outside courtroom?
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I don't see a problem with the judge appearing outside of court. As for the PM I sent, just wait for everyone to respond.
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When is the trial starting? I'm getting anxious...

Oh and do we get to use the objection bubbles?
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In Justice We Trust

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The trial starts once everyone's responded to my mass PM. A few people have yet to respond, though.

And yes, the objection bubbles are part of the fun.
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The defense rests

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General Luigi, you have mentioned before you sent PM's. I haven't received any. I am not assuming you should have sent me, I am just making sure that if it is the case you sent me, I didn't anwsered because I haven't received it. It may be the case for other players as well...
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I'm sure I sent a PM to everyone who hasn't been dismissed.

I guess, if not everyone got the message, the best course of action would be to start the trial. I'm feeling a bit under the weather at the moment, though, so unless I start feeling better today, I probably won't start the trial until tomorrow (assuming I'm not still feeling lousy then).
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Can we start the actual trial now or is someone missing?
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Just curious if this case is still going, and if so, if there's an opening. Considering the last time the first post was edited was in September, I'm not sure that I should trust it :P

I can post (usually) daily, and have a fairly decent grasp of how the game should work. I've skimmed the case thread, but I haven't really sat down to read it, as of yet. Any information would be great ^^
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There are witness openings. Once you think you have a decent grasp of the case, please choose a character if you're still interested.
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Though I don't know a whole lot about this opera/play in particular, I find the setting to be very interesting, dealing with a bit of theatre myself. As only witnesses are open, currently, I'll take on Rufus; anyone related to Benjamin should be an interesting character.

Also, I feel I should point out that Molotov, unless they've acquired a new username, hasn't been on in over a year ^^;
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