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It's almost two years since the release of the GS5 audio drama, and I suspect most of us have pretty much forgotten all about it. It's too bad we never had a complete translation of it to share with everyone. At the time, I figured we could just leave the translation work to this generous donor, but it seems the author has long stopped updating that blog. Even the link to the preview track has been removed.

I can't help with the preview track, but the entire drama is still available online on the official Dual Destinies site. The tracks are numbered 1-5. Click the link on each of them where it says 再生する to bring up the pop-up window where you can hit the play button.

If you must know, I prefer my translated scripts with a little more taste of localization, so I'll be redoing the ones from tracks 1 & 2 with the more recognizable names.

I hope you all enjoy it as much as I did when I first heard it.

Note: Because each of the episode scripts are pretty long, I suggest closing a tag before opening another.

Updates

5/19/15: Done up to Ep 2; next one incoming.

5/22/15: Ep 3 done.

5/29/15: Ep 4 done; next coming soon.

6/1/15: Ep 5 done. I do not have the bonus track that came with the purchase, so that's that.

Spoiler: Ep 1
*chirp, chirp*

Worker 1:
Hey, are you done packing? We need to move to the next performance location by tomorrow. If you don’t hurry, Ringmaster Ripley will have your head.

[T/N: Takasaka hence known as Ripley.]

Worker 2:
Yeah, I know. I’m almost done.

*meow*

Worker 1:
H-Hey, there it is again. I can hear that creepy sound again.

Worker 2:
Yeah. It’s coming from the ringmaster’s trailer.

Worker 1:
I keep hearing it every night for the past week! What the heck is it?

Worker 2:
It’s that thing the ringmaster’s so fond of. There’s rumors going around that it's a real cat monster.

Worker 1:
Cat monster?! Is that true?!

Worker 2:
Who knows. But it’s not much of a surprise if that ringmaster owned a cat monster or two, is it.

Worker 1:
Don’t freak me out! This circus already has enough spooky creatures as it is...

*scowl*


0:57

Apollo:
Mr. Wright! I finished write-up on those files you wanted.

Phoenix:
Thanks, Apollo. Good work.

Apollo:
Um, if there’s nothing else left for me to do here, may I go home for today?

Phoenix:
Hm? I don’t mind.

Trucy:
Hey, Athena. Don’t you think Apollo has been leaving here early more often these days?

Athena:
Yeah! Something must be going on.

Trucy:
Something? Like what?

Athena:
Like, maybe he’s got a girlfriend?

Trucy:
Whaaaat!? Apollo's got a girlf-

Athena:
Shh! Keep your voice down, Trucy!

Trucy:
I’m sorry! I was so surprised that I couldn’t help myself.

Athena:
Listen, Trucy. The number one reason why men leave for home early from work and turn down invitations from their pals to hang out... is because of a girlfriend.

Trucy:
Is that so?

Athena:
Yeah, it is! Well, not that I know for sure.

Trucy:
Then why don’t we just ask him?

Athena:
Eh?

Trucy:
Apollo, is it true that you have a girlfriend now?

Athena:
Wha!? Trucy!

Apollo:
Huh? W-What are you talking about?

Trucy:
Oh, so it's not? Athena said that the reason why you leave work early is because your girlfriend is waiting for you at home with a home-cooked meal ready.

Athena:
I didn’t say that much!

Apollo:
T-That’s not it! I don’t have a girlfriend.

Trucy:
Aw. Athena, it looks like we were wrong after all. Apollo doesn’t have a girlfriend. He said even when he’s back at home, he’s all alone!

Apollo:
! ...I didn’t say that much...

Trucy:
So why have you been leaving for home early lately?

Apollo:
I found a cat the other day. Since it’s wearing a collar, I figured I’d keep it at home until I manage to find its owner. I want to get home as soon as I can so I can feed it.

Trucy:
Oh, just a cat? I thought it was strange since I didn’t think you could manage to find a girlfriend.

Apollo:
!! ...So it’s strange if I find a girlfriend... huh.

Athena:
Trucy, your words are like a throwing knife hitting the bulls-eye every time...

Trucy:
Oh, that’s right! Speaking of cats, I have an announcement to make for all of you!

Phoenix:
Announcement?

Trucy:
I’m going to be holding a big magic show at a circus soon!

Athena:
A big magic show at a circus? That’s wonderful!

Trucy:
The world has finally realized my talent! Now I’m one of the big-hat magicians!

Apollo:
How did talking about cats lead you to that topic?

Athena:
Trucy, what’s the name of that circus?

Trucy:
Um... if I recall... I think it was called "Showy Shot Circus"...

[T/N: From now on, it's "Showy Shot".]

Apollo:
Have you heard of it?

Athena:
Nope.

Phoenix:
Hmm, it’s a circus that’s famous for its eccentric performing animals... right?

Apollo:
Mr. Wright, you know of it?

Phoenix:
I haven’t seen it for myself, though.

Athena:
What do you mean by eccentric animals?

Apollo:
Do you mean white tigers, or white lions, or white bears?

Athena:
Wouldn’t a white bear just be a polar bear?

Phoenix:
There’s those, and then there’s also a black zebra with white stripes and a chameleon with a 256 color palette.

Apollo:
A black zebra with white stripes... isn't really much to brag.

Athena:
If it has a 256 color palette, that’s a really tiny difference in between colors! Is it even easy to tell?

Phoenix:
I’ve heard they also have UMA and goblins.

Apollo:
UMA are unidentified mysterious animals that aren’t proven to exist, right? And goblins? This circus sounds fishy...

Athena:
Trucy, are you really going to hold your magic show there?

Trucy:
Yep. The ringmaster Mr. Ripley called our office the other day and asked for me directly.

Apollo:
I see... Maybe he didn’t want just eccentric animals but also an eccentric magician...

Trucy:
Apollo, did you say something?

Apollo:
N-No, nothing!

Athena:
So, what magic will you be performing, Trucy?

Trucy:
Well, my main magic trick was assigned to me by the ringmaster. There’s a calico cat named Michelangelo who’s the circus mascot, and he wants me to make it disappear in front of the audience. Of course, I’ll be coming up with the trick myself.

Apollo:
Michelangelo? That’s a fancy name. Is there something eccentric about that cat, too?

Trucy:
Actually, I met with the ringmaster yesterday to discuss the contents of the show. He introduced me to Michelangelo then, and from what I saw, it was a normal calico cat.

Apollo:
Eccentric animals is their selling point, isn’t it? Why would they have a normal calico, then?

Trucy:
Hmm, well, according to the ringmaster, Michelangelo is a very rare cat.

Athena:
In a circus filled with eccentric animals, there is one cat who looks normal at first glance. However, keep in mind that this circus has rumors that it houses goblins.

Apollo:
W-What about it?

Athena:
What if that cat isn’t a normal cat, but really some sort of monster? I bet it has nine tails like the Nine-tailed Fox, and cries with a creepy voice in the middle of the night.

Apollo:
Domestic cat monsters in mythology only have two tails.

Trucy:
Hmm, Michelangelo had only one tail.

Athena:
It transformed itself to look like a normal cat during the day! We even have ‘cat monster’ as a term for it. But when night falls, it reveals its true form and to the humans it’s next to, it opens its mouth wide and-

Apollo:
Then the ringmaster would already be inside its belly by now.

Trucy:
It was eating cat food when I saw it. It’s very cute.

Athena:
Aw, man. You guys have no imagination!

Phoenix:
Could that calico be...? Is Michelangelo a male cat?

Apollo:
Well, its name is male... but what about it?

Phoenix:
If it is, it would be a very valuable cat. Male calico cats are rare to come by.

Apollo:
Whoa, really?

Phoenix:
From what I’ve heard, one male calico cat would be born out of every 30,000.

Athena:
That means it’s really rare, huh?

Phoenix:
They’ll almost never be sold at pet shops. If you tried to buy one, the price for it would range from several hundred to several thousand dollars.

[T/N: Several thousand to million in yen.]

Athena:
S-Several hundred to several thousand?!

Phoenix:
Male calico cats normally can’t reproduce, but apparently right now in the world there is one male calico cat who can, and some rich person from some country has put up a bid of one million dollars for it.

Apollo:
O-One million?! One million for just one cat...?

Trucy:
Hmm, I see.

Apollo:
“I see”... Trucy, look! This is one million we’re talking about here! If we moved to a super luxurious office, we’d still have tons of money left over!

Phoenix:
Well, this is only conjecture on my part. It would explain why they have such a normal-looking cat there.

Apollo:
W-Will you be okay, Trucy?!

Trucy:
Huh? About what?

Apollo:
If you hurt Michelangelo anywhere, imagine the indemnities we'll have to pay! Even if we moved to a rundown office, we’d never pay it all back!

Trucy:
Are you trying to say that I’ll mess up my magic trick?

Apollo:
No, that’s not what I meant but... a million bucks...

Trucy:
Apollo, do you know this saying? “Magic is taking back what’s been erased.”

Apollo:
Sounds like an advertisement.

Trucy:
Don’t worry. No matter what sort of cat Michelangelo is, I’ll make sure my magic trick is a success! Personally though, I’d rather erase a bigger animal... Like an elephant, or a giraffe, or a panda... or even a whale!

Apollo:
Circuses don’t have whales.

Phoenix:
Ha ha. It looks like the value of the cat doesn't mean anything to her.

Trucy:
Well, if something does go wrong though, I know that my generous Daddy will pay it off for me!

Phoenix:
...Don't go there...

Trucy:
In any case, come watch my big magic show!

Mr. Hat:
If I may extend a warm welcome to you with the expectation of great entertainment. Please do come.


10:11

*applause*

Apollo:
Mr. Wright, did you just see that?! That chameleon really did change 256 colors!

Phoenix:
W-Well, I didn’t manage to count them all, but... Apollo, you’re pretty excited

for this, aren’t you?

Apollo:
Actually, this is my first time seeing a live circus! It really is interesting!

Athena:
I get the feeling this circus is different from a normal circus...

Apollo:
Look at that clown! It’s a Yeti! A Yeti! A UMA as a clown, that’s amazing!

Athena:
It sure is! The Yeti can even speak normal English...

[T/N: Aka Japanese.]

Yeti:
Yay! Next up, the drop-dead gorgeous magician Miss Trucy Wright will perform the biggest magic show of the century! Yaaay!

Trucy:
Hello, everyone! I’m the drop-dead gorgeous magician, Trucy Wright!

*cheers*

Trucy:
Welcome to Trucy’s magic show! Please enjoy the biggest magic show of the century that I’m about to perform!

Phoenix:
Oh! It’s her turn! We were waiting for you, Trucy!

Apollo:
You can do it, Trucy! We’re watching over you! Trucy Wright is FINE!

Athena:
Apollo, your voice is too loud...

Phoenix:
That girl is actually my daughter. Oh, an autograph? Yes, of course that’s alright! I’ll ask her after the show. Ha ha ha...

Athena:
And Mr. Wright is too crazy about his kid...


12:01

Trucy:
Now, it’s time for the main event! Here I have this circus’s mascot cat, Michelangelo! I’m going to make him disappear in the blink of an eye!

Apollo:
That’s the cat worth one hundred million yen, huh... It does give off a high-class aura.

Athena:
We haven’t determined yet that it’s a rare cat.

Trucy:
What I’ve just pulled out here are the pink magic panties! First, I put Michelangelo inside these panties...
You can still see that he’s underneath it, right? Now, are you ready? Watch very closely. 3, 2, 1... Yah!

*cheers*

Apollo:
Whoa! It really vanished!

Athena:
Wow! Trucy, awesome!

Phoenix:
That’s it, Trucy! That’s my daughter!!

Trucy:
Now, everyone, look up! The Michelangelo whom you thought had vanished will now appear on a trapeze!

Apollo:
W-What!!? A cat on a trapeze!?!?

Athena:
Apollo, you’re getting way too excited.

Trucy:
Michelangelo, come on in! ...Come in, Michelangelo! ...Um... Michelangelo?

Athena:
He isn’t coming out...

Apollo:
Trucy sure does know how to build the suspense!

Athena:
Is this part of the performance?

Phoenix:
No, it’s not. If anything, Trucy looks like she's hit a roadblock.

Trucy:
H-Huh? Michelangelo? Heyyyy!

Athena:
T-Then, does that mean... she messed up?

Apollo:
What!? B-but, that can’t be...

Trucy:
U-Um... this is, um...

Ripley:
Michelangelo disappeared!?

Trucy:
Ringmaster!

Athena:
W-Who is that fat old man in the bright clothes?

Phoenix:
He seems to be the ringmaster. His name was "Mr. Ripley", if I recall.

Ripley:
What’s going on? Why en’t me darling cat coming out?!

Trucy:
Why? What are you doing here, ringmaster?

Ripley:
Oh, I got it! You used your magic show to take Michelangelo under me very nose!

Trucy:
Huh? M-Me?

Apollo:
Take Michelangelo?

Athena:
Under his nose?

Phoenix:
What is this?

Trucy:
N-no way! I wouldn’t steal Michelangelo. And I haven’t!

Ripley:
Then where is me Michelangelo now?! Bring him out now! Right now!

Trucy:
But! I...

Ripley:
You can’t, eh? Then it’s true! You pretended to make him vanish through magic and stole me darling!
You all saw it! This girl is the criminal who stole Michelangelo! Everyone here is me witness!

Trucy:
N-No!

Apollo:
Mr. Wright! What's going on here?

Athena:
Trucy would never steal Michelangelo!

Phoenix:
It's like Athena says. Still, why isn’t that cat showing up?

Ripley:
Police! Call the police right now and have them arrest the criminal who stole me darling!

Apollo:
This is bad, Mr. Wright! If we don’t do something, Trucy will...!

Athena:
Let’s get down there!

Phoenix:
Yeah, let’s go.


16:05

Worker 1:
Ringmaster, the police have arrived.

Ripley:
You finally came! We’ve been waiting for you!

Fulbright:
IN JUSTICE WE TRUUUST! Ha ha ha!

Ripley:
You’re... the police?

Fulbright:
Verily. I, Bobby Fulbright, a hero on the side of justice, have arrived!

Apollo:
Oh, no... it’s Detective Fulbright.

Athena:
I feel tired just watching him.

Fulbright:
Oh, I thought you looked familiar! It’s you guys! Why on earth are you here?

Apollo:
We came here to see the circus. Trucy told us she had a magic show here.

Ripley:
Hmph! You guys are friends of this thief then, eh?

Athena:
C-Can I punch this guy?! Trucy isn’t a thief, you jerk!

Ripley:
Everyone in the audience saw her steal Michelangelo!

Apollo:
It was just a magic trick! It’s still too early to say that she was the one who stole him!

Ripley:
Then why don’t you bring me Michelangelo back right now? C’mon! Right now!

Fulbright:
Now, now, calm down, sir! No need to rush! Now that Bobby Fulbright, the detective of justice has arrived, the case has already been solved!

Ripley:
Now that sounds promising! Arrest this thief at once, sir! I claim damages against me!

Fulbright:
A loud voice is proof that you’re energetic. By the way, who would you happen to be?

Ripley:
Oh, excuse my late introduction. I’m the ringmaster of this Showy Shot Circus, Kirk Ripley.

Fulbright:
I heard the gist of the incident here while I was on my way. A cat has been stolen?

Ripley:
It en’t just any cat! Me Michelangelo is a male calico cat, a very rare existence and of very, very, veeery high value! This brat here knew that and stole me Michelangelo from me! The damages I’ve suffered are enormous! I demand my consolation!

Phoenix:
So it was a male calico cat.

Athena:
Now you listen here, Mr. Ripley. Michelangelo vanished through a magic trick, not through some plot to steal him! If things had gone right, that cat was supposed to appear on a trapeze, right? Then we should be thinking that some kind of accident happened during that time to make the cat disappear!

Ripley:
No, this girl stole him! I can’t think of anything else! I claim damages! I claim consolation money!

Apollo:
Please, sir, try to be more flexible. You’re so hardheaded...

Ripley:
Don’t you go talking about me head, boy! Look at you, with that horn on yours!

Apollo:
! This is a set hairstyle!!

Fulbright:
WHOOOOAAA!! In Justice We Trust!! Don’t get so heated up!! Let’s all think about this calmly and rationally!!!

Athena:
Detective Fulbright, you're the most heated up.

Fulbright:
Whatever the case, it's undeniable that the cat has gone missing. Therefore, we must investigate whether the cat has indeed disappeared at some point during the magic trick!

Athena:
But how?

Fulbright:
Ha ha ha! With me around, that is simple! Asking the magician directly is the best way to go! Now, explain to us your magic deeds!

Athena:
Oh, so you’re relying on Trucy anyway.

Trucy:
You... want me to tell you the secret of my magic trick?

Fulbright:
Yes, of course. If we don’t know the secret, we won’t know where Mr. Calico Cat is hiding.

Apollo:
Tell us, Trucy. Then we can prove that you haven’t stolen Michelangelo.

Athena:
In any case, just tell us everything you know.

Trucy:
...

Apollo:
What’s the matter, Trucy?

Athena:
Don’t stay quiet, tell us.

Trucy:
I can’t.

Apollo:
You can’t?

Athena:
T-Trucy?

Phoenix:
Trucy, don’t tell me...

Fulbright:
Hm? You are suspected right now. If you stay quiet now, that means you admit to your crime.

Trucy:
I... did it.

Fulbright:
Eh?

Apollo:
W-Whaaaat!?


Spoiler: Ep 2
(Judge) "Gyakuten Saiban 5, Turnabout Animal Circus!?"


Trucy:
I... did it.

Apollo:
W-Whaaaat!?

Phoenix:
Trucy, what are you saying? Do you even know?

Athena:
T-That was just a fluke just now, right? It's just because she couldn't stand this annoying detective shouting in her ear, right!?

Fulbright:
B-but I didn't do any shouting...

Phoenix:
Well, Trucy?

Ripley:
There's nothing "well" about it! The thief already admitted to it! Arrest her! Arrest her already! Now, Detective, cut the act and throw her into jail!

Apollo:
W-wait a sec! Please, let us check with her one more time!

Ripley:
However many times you ask her, it's gonna be the same!

Apollo:
Okay, Trucy? Listen. Just tell us about the secret to that trick. That way, we may be able to prove your innocence.

Athena:
You can explain it, right, Trucy?

Trucy:
No, I can't. It's the only thing I can't do.

Ripley:
Are you hearing this, Detective!? She's just trying to hide the way she committed the crime!

Fulbright:
Hm... Ms. Magician. If you keep this up, I'll have no choice but to arrest you on the spot for the sake of upholding justice! Is that alright with you!?

Phoenix:
Trucy, why can't you tell us?

Trucy:
Because... that's the first rule of magicians. They absolutely can't reveal their secrets! I also have the pride of one!

Apollo:
I know how you feel, but right now, you're being suspected as the one who stole Michelangelo. This isn't the time for that.

Trucy:
Even then! Even then... I just can't say it. This is the magic that my Daddy taught me, after all. I promised him, I would never reveal the secrets of my magic to anyone. This is one promise I can't break. I'm sorry...

Athena:
Daddy? You mean Mr. Wright?

Phoenix:
No, it's not me.

Athena:
Huh? But Trucy just said "Daddy"...

Phoenix:
I understand, Trucy. If that's the reason, then you don't have to.

Apollo:
Mr. Wright!? But Trucy will...

Phoenix:
It'll be fine. We'll just explain the trick ourselves. That way, Trucy doesn't have to reveal anything, and she can keep her promise.

Trucy:
Daddy...

Apollo:
O-Oh. So that's it! If Trucy can't tell us, we can just figure it out!

Phoenix:
If Trucy is innocent, then we have to treat her as such. So, just trust us and wait a bit longer, okay?

Trucy:
Okay. Sorry about this, Daddy... and thanks.

Fulbright:
Ooooh... I can't hold in these deep sentiments! In light of this new development, I declare you... Not Guilty! You're free to go!

Athena:
W-what, really!?

Fulbright:
...is what I wanted to say, but this is my duty. I must uphold justice, after all. Ms. Magician, you'll be coming with me!

Athena:
Aw, just as we were finally getting somewhere...

Apollo:
Wait for us, Trucy!

Athena:
We'll definitely get you off the hook!

Trucy:
Apollo! Athena! Daddy!

Phoenix:
Trucy.

Fulbright:
Well then, if you'll excuse us.

*tap, tap*

Apollo:
Okay! If we're going to save Trucy, we'll have to figure out that trick!

Athena:
Revealing the magician's secrets, huh... Apollo, where should we start looking?

Apollo:
Isn't that obvious!? ...Uh, so what should we do, Mr. Wright?

Athena:
What? Apollo!

Apollo:
Yeah, well... This is the first time I've had to uncover a magic trick...

[T/N: I kid you not. This kid has amnesia.]

Phoenix:
What's been bothering me is whether or not Trucy really did set everything up herself. She made Michelangelo disappear from the stage, and if everything went well, he should have reappeared on the trapeze above.

Apollo:
I get it! So that means someone-

Athena:
So that means someone had to have been cooperating with her, right?

Apollo:
I was going to say that... ah, well.

Athena:
So, if we find whoever was working with her, what do we do then?

Apollo:
That's it! If we find that person, we might-

Athena:
If we find that person, we might be able to prove that Trucy's innocent, huh!?

Apollo:
Uh, like I said, I was going to say that... ah, well.

Athena:
The person who worked with Trucy, huh? At this moment, the most likely candidate would be...

Ripley:
W-what? Why are you all looking at me? I dunno anything! She din't tell me! I'm the victim here!

Apollo:
Um... I know you're feeling awful to have your cat go missing, but we can't say for sure that Trucy took him.

Ripley:
Hmph! Of course we can say it's her! She knew how valuable me darling is and stole him!

Phoenix:
No, that girl would never try something like that. And I'll prove it to you.

Ripley:
Of course her father would say something like that... That girl is your responsibility, so I'll be claiming compensation from you too! You better be ready to pay up!

*tap, tap*

Athena:
He sure seems hardbent on naming Trucy as the thief, huh?

Apollo:
Claiming compensation... wait, he doesn't mean the million!?

Athena:
We already said that was another cat!

Apollo:
O-Oh, yeah.

Athena:
Still, something else seems weird. It's like he's expecting Michelangelo to not return. He should be demanding that Trucy return his cat, rather than ask for compensation.

Phoenix:
Whatever the case, we should look for other people to ask.


6:49

Apollo:
Excuse us! Could you tell us more about today's magic show?

Worker 1:
No, we didn't hear anything.

Athena:
Then, do you know anything about the magic trick when Michelangelo disappeared?

Worker 2:
Sorry, but we don't have a clue. In fact, this is the first time we've ever had a magic show for this circus.

Athena:
Huh? The first time?

Worker 2:
It's just as I said. Our main event is the eccentric animals we have here, after all. We don't know why the ringmaster would suddenly have the idea to hire a magician.

Apollo:
Thinking about it, Trucy said it was Mr. Ripley who called her over in the first place, wasn't it?

Phoenix:
Could you tell us more about Michelangelo? Anything at all will do.

Worker 1:
That cat is the ringmaster's precious pet, right? Among all the animals we have, he says Michelangelo is 'the cutest', and he's always taking good care of it.

Worker 2:
And yet, we can't lay a finger on him. Only the ringmaster is allowed to touch him.

Phoenix:
Only the ringmaster...?

Athena:
It really makes you queasy, doesn't it...?

Apollo:
H-Hey, Athena! You can't talk about that right in front of them!

Worker 1:
Nah, we feel the same way... oh, but please don't mention this to the ringmaster!

Phoenix:
Yes, of course. By the way, could we investigate the stage?

Worker 2:
Ah, sure. Look around all you like.


8:29

Apollo:
So, this is the view from the circus' stage! This is the first time I've been on one!

Athena:
You can see the whole audience seating area from here! Trucy must have felt great to be standing here at the center of attention!

Apollo:
Yeah, it's a completely different feeling from standing in court, that's for sure...

Phoenix:
Guys, pay attention and start searching.

Apollo:
Ah, sorry.

Athena:
But at a glance, it just looks like any old stage. I don't see what hints we can find about that magic trick.

Phoenix:
Alright, listen up. To uncover the truth, we have to carefully examine every nook and cranny. No matter how small or trivial it is, the point is, you should always see and try things for yourself.

Apollo:
That's Mr. Wright for you!

Athena:
I promise I'll study hard!

Phoenix:
Mm-hm.

Apollo:
So, this is where Michelangelo disappeared... and he was supposed to reappear on the trapeze...

Athena:
I'll head up there to investigate, then!

Apollo:
What? Going that far?

Athena:
"The point is, you should always see and try things for yourself." Mr. Wright told us that just now!

Phoenix:
That's right, Athena.

Athena:
Alright, then let's get going, Mr. Wright!

Phoenix:
Eh? Uh... I have to go too?

Apollo:
"The point is, you should always see and try things for yourself", right?

Phoenix:
T-That's right! ...I guess. Well, Apollo?

Apollo:
I'll be down here checking around for anything that might be a clue.

Athena:
We'll leave it to you, Apollo! Okay, let's go, Mr. Wright!

Phoenix:
W-Wait, um... D-Do I really have to go...?


10:23

Phoenix:
...As I thought, it really is high up... Actually, it's even higher than it looks!

Athena:
Huh? Mr. Wright, don't tell me... you have a fear of heights?

Phoenix:
What? Ah, ahahaha! O-Of course not! What makes you say that?

Athena:
I thought so! Then, could you grab the trapeze for me?

Phoenix:
Huh!? B-But do I really need to?

Athena:
Of course we do! It's a part of Trucy's act, and we have to check every nook and cranny!

Phoenix:
R-Right! ...maybe?

Athena:
You just need to grab hold of it. It's not a big deal!

Phoenix:
J-just to be sure.. you won't try to push me off, right?

Athena:
Oh, relax! Why would I ever do something like that?

Phoenix:
...O-Okay. I'll do it...
*hup*
Ah! I got it!

Athena:
Thank you very much! So, Michelangelo was going to hang onto the trapeze, but... just how could he have done that?

Phoenix:
U-Um, are we done yet?

Athena:
Oh! Just a little longer, please!

Phoenix:
Hm...

Athena:
First of all, he'd need a way to climb on right away...

Phoenix:
Hey! A-are we done yet?

Athena:
Just a little longer!

Phoenix:
Mmph...

Athena:
...Hm? Hey, what's this that's been dropped here...?

*bump*

Phoenix:
W-whoa! Aaaaaaaaaah...!

Athena:
Wait, this is... Aren't they Trucy's magic panties!? What are they doing here?
...Huh? Mr. Wright?

Phoenix:
...aaaaah!
*gasp, gasp*
I... I thought I was going to die...

Athena:
What are you doing, Mr. Wright? Can't you try to stay still?

Phoenix:
You were the one who pushed me!!

Athena:
Forget that, take a look at this!

Phoenix:
How can I just forget... Huh? Aren't those Trucy's magic panties?

Athena:
Yeah, I thought the same. It was dropped over here. At that time, Trucy was holding it down on stage, so it's strange that it'd be lying up here. Hey, maybe this has something to do with the trick!

Phoenix:
Uh, yeah... Anyway, could we head down now?

Athena:
Sure thing! Let's go!

*bump*

Phoenix:
Wait! Aaaaaaaaaah...!


13:20

Athena:
Apollo! Look what I found up there!

Apollo:
Thsoe are... Trucy's magic panties, right?

Athena:
During the trick, Trucy was holding onto them down here, right? So why would it be up there?

Apollo:
No, wait. The ones Trucy was holding were pink, but this one's blue.

Athena:
Ah! Now that you mention it... Which means there were two different pairs used in the trick, huh?

Apollo:
So, if this is actually the key to solving the trick... that means there had to have been someone else who was holding this pair, right?

Athena:
Then, that person would be an accomplice to the trick, huh?

Apollo:
Yeah. If we think about it that way, there's no mistaking it.

Athena:
Aha! So Mr. Wright was right after all! Checking things out ourselves turned out to be a success!

Apollo:
Yeah! Leave it to Mr. Wright to get it right! ...By the way, where is Mr. Wright?

Athena:
Huh? I thought we came down together... Where did he go?

Apollo:
Well, I've been hearing some kind of scream in the background... it couldn't be Mr. Wright, could it?

Athena:
How could it!? That man wouldn't scream like this!

Apollo:
Heyyy! Mr. Wriiiight!

Athena:
Where did you go, Mr. Wright!?

Phoenix:
Uuuuuup heeeeere...!!

Apollo:
Eh? "Up here"?

Athena:
"Up", so above us...?

Both:
...Ah!


Spoiler: Ep 3
(Judge) "Gyakuten Saiban 5, Turnabout Animal Circus!?"


~Trial Day 1, All Rise~

*clack*

Judge:
This court is now in session for the trial of Ms. Trucy Wright.

Phoenix:
The defense is ready, Your Honor.

Payne:
Naturally, the prosecution is also ready, Your Honor.

Trucy:
Daddy, Apollo, Athena...

Phoenix:
Leave it to us, Trucy. We'll head home soon enough.

Apollo:
You're FINE! Don't worry, we've got you covered.

Athena:
We'll definitely get you off the hook, okay?

[T/N: They're ALL at the bench. What is this court?]

Trucy:
Okay! I'm counting on you!

Judge:
Now then, will the prosecution please give its opening statement? ...Oh? It's Prosecutor Payne, is it? But I was informed the prosecutor would be...

Payne:
The prosecutor on this case will be running a bit late, Your Honor, so I will be standing in for him in the meantime.

Judge:
Hmm, but I'm certain I would have been notified of this change...

Payne:
Mm-mm. Nevertheless, with me here instead, I don't believe he'll need to make an appearance.

Athena:
Bah, he's just as arrogant as ever... So you're just admitting that you'll lose?

Payne:
W-What is that mistaken supposition supposed to be? No, that's not it. I'll simply wrap this trial up before he'll arrive.

Phoenix:
Oh, I have to wonder about that...

Judge:
Hmm... Well, it appears both sides are ready to begin. Very well, Mr. Payne, your opening statement, please.

Payne:
The incident of this case took place in the midst of a circus magic show. The defendant, Trucy Wright, under the pretense of magic, stole the circus' mascot cat Michelangelo right before the audience's eyes!

Judge:
Hmm... To expressly steal a cat of all things before such a large audience...

Payne:
It's actually a rather audacious move, isn't it, Your Honor?

Phoenix:
Hold it right there! That's just baseless conjecture! Obj-

Athena:
Objection!

Phoenix:
...Huh?

Athena:
The cat in question vanished before the audience in one of the defendant's magic trick! But vanishing doesn't mean it was stolen!

Payne:
Nevertheless, so many attendees had seen the cat vanish before them. And afterward, it did not reappear as intended. It's only natural to assume the defendant had stolen it, yes?

Phoenix:
Mr. Payne, what you said just now, I obj-

Apollo:
Objection!

Phoenix:
...A-again?

Apollo:
The reason Michelangelo didn't reappear was more likely due to some sort of accident! The defendant didn't have any intention to steal him in the first place!

Payne:
Oh? And what such accident would that be? Could you perhaps explain to the court what you mean?

Apollo:
Well, that's... um... not clear yet.

Payne:
As I thought, it was merely a wild guess. You'll have to prove that this "accident" is more than just a delusion thought up by the defense.

Apollo:
Grr... What an annoying guy...

Payne:
That's what you get from rookies... The level of competency from the Wright & Co. Law Offices has become evident... Oh, pardon me. It's not exactly a law agency now, but an art one, isn't it?

Phoenix:
That's it. This time... Objec-

Trucy:
Objection!

Apollo:
Trucy!?

Phoenix:
...When is it my turn...?

Trucy:
It's not only an art agency! It's the "Wright Anything Agency"!

Athena:
That's right! We'll do it whether it's legal defense, magic, or garden weeding, or even acting as intermediaries between divorcing couples!

Phoenix:
Athena, rather than some married couple, I think you're the one drifting apart from us...

Judge:
Order at the defense bench! Incidentally, why would the defendant bother to steal a cat? If it's just a cat, even I've found one in a cardboard box recently. I'm glad that I decided to take it home with me.

Payne:
Mm-mm. Michelangelo is not just any cat. It is, in fact, a male calico cat... Your Honor.

Judge:
Oh? A male calico cat? I've heard the rumors. It's very rare to have one, isn't it?

Payne:
More specifically, the value of one can range between several hundred to several thousand dollars.

Apollo:
There's even a cat worth one million!

Athena:
Apollo! You didn't have to bring that up!

Judge:
O-One million!? Hmm... It seems the motive for theft is very clear.

Athena:
Look what you've done! Now the judge has a motive for her!

Apollo:
!! I-It's fine! We're just getting started!

Payne:
Your Honor, let us move on. I would like to call forth a witness, the circus ringmaster, Mr. Ripley, to the stand.

Judge:
Very well. You may proceed.


5:46

Payne:
Well then, witness, please state your name and occupation.

Ripley:
My name is Kirk Ripley. I'm the ringmaster at the Showy Shot Circus.

Payne:
So you were the one who witnessed from the very start the defendant in the act of theft?

Ripley:
Of course!

Judge:
Very well, please testify to what you saw to the court.

~Begin Testimony~

Ripley:
It was that girl's idea to bring in a magic show to my circus! I didn't know anything about what she was planning. And right in front of the audience, me dear, dear Michelangelo vanished without a trace! The one who stole me precious darling was that girl! Return him to me at once!

Judge:
Witness, please settle down.

Ripley:
Oh, excuse me. I just get really heated up when it comes to Michelangelo.

Judge:
I see... So this cat known as Michelangelo is one very close to you, hm?

Ripley:
Most certainly! Michelangelo's just as cute as me own child!

Apollo:
So it's not just because it's worth a lot?

Ripley:
Oh, shut yer trap, Antenna Head!

Apollo:
!! ...Now he's moved on to "antenna"...

Payne:
Hee hee... It looks like his pair couldn't stay standing.

Judge:
Well then, to the attorney with the poor reception, you may begin your cross-examination.

Athena:
Oh, that's it! Maybe the poor reception is made up for with his super loud voice?

Apollo:
NO, IT ISN'T!!

Phoenix:
Now that you mention it, I've heard wrapping antennas with aluminum foil helps with their reception...

Apollo:
Even Mr. Wright... Forget about that! Just get on with the cross-examination!

Phoenix:
Er, uh, right.

~Cross Examination~

Ripley:
It was that girl's idea to bring in a magic show to my circus.

Phoenix:
Hold it!

Ripley:
W-what!? Why are you shouting at me from outta nowhere!? You almost gave me a heart attack!

Phoenix:
Uh, sorry...

Athena:
Mr. Wright! If you get soft while pressing, what chance do we have!?

Phoenix:
...No need to yell at me.

Judge:
Mr. Wright, are you finished here?

Phoenix:
Of course not, Your Honor! I will proceed! Let's see... So exactly what did you leave to the defendant?

Ripley:
Me? I personally left everything up to that girl. Is there something wrong with that?

Phoenix:
Is that so...?

Judge:
The witness may continue with his testimony.

Ripley:
What the heck was that about? ...I didn't know anything about what she was planning.

Phoenix:
Hold it!

Ripley:
Like I said, quit it with the shouting!

Phoenix:
Even if you did say that... this is just what I always do.

Judge:
Mr. Wright, your cross-examination.

Phoenix:
In any case, since you're the ringmaster, isn't it strange that you wouldn't know anything about it?

Ripley:
I say I didn't, so I didn't!

Phoenix:
But, the defendant has said you were the one who called her for a briefing. I'd think you would have looked into it then.

Ripley:
W-well, I suppose I did have a briefing with her... but I still didn't know anything!

Phoenix:
Objection! The one who agreed to use Michelangelo in the act can be none other than you!

Payne:
Objection! Can you really prove this? If this is just another of your baseless conjecture...

Phoenix:
Prove it...? Um, well, aside from what Trucy told us... there's only Mr. Ripley who could confirm it...

Apollo:
Mr. Wright! You can leave this part to me!

Phoenix:
Apollo, you mean...

Apollo:
Yes. My bracelet reacted.
*ba-dump*
Let me try to perceive through his lies!

Phoenix:
Alright. I'll leave it to you, Apollo.

Apollo:
Yes, sir! I'll be fine! ...Now, witness, please repeat what you've said just earlier.

Ripley:
Do I really have to repeat it again? What's with you people?

~Perceive~

Ripley:
It was that girl's idea to bring in a magic show to my circus. I didn't know anything about what she was planning. And then, me dear, dear Michelangelo-

Apollo:
Gotcha!

Ripley:
W-what now!?

Athena:
Apollo, did you find anything?

Apollo:
When Mr. Ripley mentioned how cute Michelangelo was, his finger twitched in a strange way... as if he was counting his money.

Phoenix:
Twitching as if counting money...? Then, perhaps Mr. Ripley doesn't actually find that cat cute?

Athena:
What do you mean?

Phoenix:
Well, it is a very valuable cat. It's not unreasonable to think that he's after its worth.

Athena:
Then, the reason the circus workers couldn't touch him was because of that?

Apollo:
Th-that's it! I get it now!

Athena:
Apollo?

Apollo:
Mr. Ripley, you earlier said that Michelangelo was just as cute as your own child, right?

Ripley:
Mm, well, I did say that... So is there some kind of problem?

Apollo:
We heard this from the circus workers. They said they "couldn't lay a finger on it because it was 'the cutest'". So, why would you ever agree to a magic performance with the defendant without knowing anything about it?

Ripley:
Well... that's...

Apollo:
There's no way you wouldn't have known something about it. In fact, you had to have known when Michelangelo would disappear and where he would reappear!

Ripley:
*grunt*

Athena:
Woohoo! Nice, Apollo! Just now, your antennas were supercharged!

Apollo:
...Enough with the antennas already.

Payne:
Objection! Wouldn't someone who's after a cat too precious to even touch be just a little forceful? This witness left Michelangelo in the defendant's hands, so couldn't he simply have believed the defendant would take good care of it?

Athena:
Objection! Sorry, but that's impossible! After all, this magic trick has an accomplice to it! One person makes the cat disappear, namely the defendant, and another person who acts as support to help the cat reappear on the trapeze. And, it's likely it was none other than Mr. Ripley!

Payne:
Objection! That's merely the defense's conjecture.

Athena:
No, it isn't! Mr. Ripley would have let anyone else touch his cat, except for the defendant who was performing in the act. Since it needs another person's support, he would have accepted the role himself! In other words, the accomplice to this magic trick was most likely the witness, Mr. Ripley!

Ripley:
Nuuuoooooogghhh!!

Athena:
Isn't that right, Trucy?

Apollo:
Well!? Please tell us, Trucy!

Phoenix:
Trucy...

Trucy:
...Yes. It's as Apollo and the others say. For this particular trick, Mr. Ripley agreed to act as an accomplice.

Apollo:
Well, Mr. Ripley? Are you still going to deny that you know anything about the trick?

Ripley:
Rrrrgghh...

Athena:
Why don't you just come clean already?

Ripley:
...Now that I think about it... I may have... been a part of it...

Athena:
Hmph, he's such a sore old loser!

Apollo:
Now, now. He's already admitted to it, so it doesn't matter.

*clack*

Judge:
I see... So the testimony has not been the complete truth after all. This means the court cannot accept it... but first, I would like to ask something. Why would the defendant feel the need to keep silent about having an accomplice?

Apollo:
That's because she was trying to hide his involvement. As a magician, she had the responsibility to keep the magic trick a secret. That's why she had to hide it up to now!

Trucy:
That's the promise I made to my Daddy when he taught me this trick. He said I could never reveal a magician's secrets, and I would never break this promise. I'm sorry.

Judge:
Hmm... Not only do you have the pride of a professional magician, you also had a promise to keep to your father. I understand the feeling.

Payne:
Objection! Unfortunately, that doesn't prove the defendant's innocence either. Even if Mr. Ripley had known about the magic trick, it may still have been possible for the defendant to steal the cat from under his nose by pretending to mess up.

Trucy:
I did NOT mess up!

Payne:
For starters, it's suspicious that the defendant would keep silent about it until now!

Trucy:
But... it's just...

Phoenix:
If you want to know about the trick, I can explain that.

Trucy:
Eh?

Phoenix:
Though, I don't know everything down to the last detail. But I do know the general idea behind the disappearance in question.

Judge:
Oh? Well then, could you please explain to the court what you know?

Phoenix:
Yes, Your Honor.

Athena:
Mr. Wright! Give 'em that thing we've all been waiting for!

Phoenix:
Take that!

Judge:
That's... Are these your underpants, Mr. Wright? But they seem rather gaudy for you...

Phoenix:
N-no, Your Honor! These panties are a prop the defendant used in her act! The Magic Panties!

Judge:
...Magic Panties...?

Phoenix:
These Magic Panties come in both shades of blue and pink; the blue one that makes anything appear and the pink one that makes anything disappear.

Judge:
Oh, I see. So the blue one makes anything appear and the pink one makes anything disappear... W-w-whaaaaaat!?

Phoenix:
Well, they are "Magic Panties", after all. The defendant used this pink pair to make Michelangelo disappear, and with a little magic, I believe he was to reappear from the blue one. This blue pair was found dropped near the trapeze above the stage. Mr. Ripley probably left it there when he fetched his cat from it.

Ripley:
Urk...

Judge:
Though you say "a little magic"... just how did the cat move between the two panties?

Phoenix:
We haven't figured it out yet, but that's what makes it "magic".

Payne:
Objection! This has been nothing but the defense's wild conjecture! You haven't proven anything in the slightest!

Trucy:
Then, why don't I just show it to you?

Payne:
Whaaat!?

Apollo:
"Show it"? You mean here!?

Trucy:
I am a big-hat magician, after all. A magician like me can't reveal any secrets... but I CAN show you how it goes!

Athena:
Trucy, are you sure about this?

Trucy:
I won't show the most important part to it, but Daddy and you guys have worked so hard for me! There's no way I could just sit back and stay quiet!

Phoenix:
Trucy...!

Trucy:
Your Honor, could you please hold onto these blue panties?

Judge:
M-me? Must I hold them?

Trucy:
And may I have your gavel?

Judge:
Mmm... Promise you'll return it, okay?

Trucy:
Now, I'll make it disappear in these pink panties! 3, 2, 1... Yah! Wow, the gavel has vanished into thin air! See, there's nothing in these panties anymore!

Judge:
N-no! My precious gavel...!

Trucy:
Okay, Your Honor, please reach inside the blue panties.

Judge:
W-what? For an honorary judge as myself to do such a shameless thing...!

Trucy:
Don't worry, just do it!

Judge:
Ooh... alright. L-like this...? Oh? There's something in here... Ah! I-it's my precious gavel!

Trucy:
Well, what do you think? This is a taste of my amazing magic!

*murmur*

Judge:
How in the world did you do that?

Trucy:
Sorry, but I'm not telling. But I can say something...

Judge:
And what is that?

Trucy:
My magic panties are like miniature cosmos!

Judge:
Hmm... I don't quite understand what you mean, but in any case, the court accepts this trick into the evidence.

Athena:
You did it, Trucy!

Trucy:
Tee hee!

Phoenix:
Well, it looks like we've just found an important clue. Now as you can see, if the trick ended as it was meant to... Yes, everything would be the other way around! At the moment of the trick, Michelangelo was not next to the defendant, but with the witness, who was up by the trapeze! The defense claims that it was not the defendant who made the cat disappear, but Mr. Ripley!

Ripley:
Whooooooaaaaahhh...

*thump*

Phoenix:
And with that, the defense once again asserts the defendant's innocence!

*clack*

Judge:
Order!
*clack, clack*
Order in the court! ...Does the prosecution have no objections?

Payne:
Mmmmrrrrph... I can't believe that I've been defeated by the likes of some undergarments!

Judge:
Hmm... It seems we have finally come to the verdict.

Blackquill:
Objection!

Athena:
Eh?

Blackquill:
Hmph... Aren't you a little hasty with that decision, Your Baldness?

Apollo:
Th-that voice is...!


Spoiler: Ep 4
Blackquill:
Objection!

Athena:
Eh?

Blackquill:
Hmph... Aren't you a little hasty with that decision, Your Baldness?

Apollo:
Th-that voice is...!

Athena:
Prosecutor Blackquill!

Phoenix:
Don't tell me... the prosecutor on this case was really Mr. Blackquill!?

Blackquill:
In mere moments... a once magnificent gentleman has been reduced to a pathetic

puppet display... It's time for you to bid farewell.

Fulbright:
Since it can't be helped, I will hold all responsibilty of escorting you to your

bus or train! Honestly... what a disaster!

Phoenix:
You'd think they'd at least let us know that a prisoner would arrive still in

handcuffs...

Payne:
My, my... there's no arguing with you, Mr. Blackquill. And if it was just a

little longer, I would have been enjoying a satisfying lunch date-

*screech*

Payne:
Gaaahkjbgwu!! S-stop this hawk! Tell it off! Send it back! Back!

*flutter*

Blackquill:
Taka isn't very fond of such trivial things... Be grateful he hasn't dug out your

eyes yet.

Payne:
Eeeeeeeeek!!

*whoosh*

Athena:
...He's the same as ever. Just like that, he's shut up the entire noisy

gallery...

Apollo:
It hasn't been even a minute, and he's gained complete domination over the court!

Phoenix:
Mr. Blackquill, it's still to early to celebrate... so why are you even here?

Blackquill:
Hmph. Why even bother asking? While the witness may have been lying under oath,

what's important is what he's said... If he was with the cat when he disappeared,

then where is your proof?

Athena:
It's...

Blackquill:
So there is none that can prove he was with it... In that case, it's only natural

to think that responsibility defaults to the defendant, who was in charge of the

magic act. Thus... the suspicion surrounding the defendant has yet to be cleared.

...Isn't that right?

Ripley:
Tha's right! At the time, me Michelangelo didn't show up where I was! There's no

mistaking that you hide him!

Trucy:
No way!

Apollo:
Argh... We've been driven back to square one...

Blackquill:
As always... your talons have not been sharpened. This bout has yet to even reach

the endgame. It's much too early to land the finishing blow... as a prisoner has

once said to his mate across the cell.

Judge:
Hmm, it sounds like it was a bloodcurling scene... Was one of them a former

assassin?

Blackquill:
Not at all... He was merely a world champion of an online multiplayer game

tournament.

*clack*

Judge:
As exciting as this trial has become... unfortunately, this cross-examination has

lasted quite a long time. At this time, let us have a 3-minute recess.

Blackquill:
We don't need one... Your Baldness.

Judge:
Nope, we are going to have a recess. We all need a little break.

*bam*

Blackquill:
I've only arrived mere moments ago!

Judge:
Sorry, but this court is now in recess.

Blackquill:
...Hmph. Do what you want...

*clack*


4:11

Athena:
Whoever knew the prosecutor on this case was Mr. Blackquill! I'm feeling a little

dizzy from exhaustion...

Apollo:
How can you even say that!? No matter who it is, we have to defend Trucy to the

end!

Athena:
I... I'm not scared of him or anything! I'm so ready to fight!

Phoenix:
For now, let's go over the facts so far.

Apollo:
We've managed to prove that it was possible Mr. Ripley was involved in Trucy's

magic act. It had to have been him who interfered!

Phoenix:
That may be so... but the real question is why he had to lie about not knowing

anything.

Athena:
He could have lied to frame Trucy for the theft, right?

Apollo:
If only we could prove it...

Athena:
It's not "if only we could"; we have to! Let's do this!

*clack*

???:
Huh? Am I in the right room? Yay...

Apollo:
A yeti? It's the UMA!

Athena:
Huh? You mean the circus clown who speaks fluent English?

Yaeti:
I'm not a "yeti", I'm Yaeti! Yay!

Apollo:
Or more like a bad pun...

Athena:
Mr. Yaeti! You work at the circus as a clown, right? What are you doing here?

Yaeti:
Naturally, I've come to see the ringmaster testify in court! Yay! But then the

officer outside stopped me because trial was already in session. Yay.

Athena:
I see. Since it's in recess now, there was no one to stop you.

Yaeti:
I didn't know. Yay...

Apollo:
Um, even if we're in recess, you can't just come in here, you know...

Phoenix:
But you came at a good time. Could we ask you a few questions?

Apollo:
Uh, Mr. Wright... He's just the circus clown, er, rather the circus yeti. It's

amazing a UMA is even here, but we don't really need to question him, do we?

Yaeti:
You can ask me anything you like! Yay!

Apollo:
...Really?

Athena:
Oh, anything we like?

Yaeti:
If I can say it, I will! Yay!

Athena:
In actuality, there's really a person in that suit, huh?

Yaeti:
......oof...

Apollo:
Was that a question you can't answer?

Phoenix:
Well, you don't have to answer that. Anything about Michelangelo will do. Is he

really a rare male calico?

Yaeti:
That's right! Yay! He even has a certified pedigree. The ringmaster showed it to

all of us.

Apollo:
A pedigree? So, he really could go for a whole million?

Athena:
For the last time, that's a different cat!

Yaeti:
Michelangelo actually goes for a whole five million! Yay!

Apollo:
W-WHAAAT!?

Athena:
F-five million!? What do you mean!?

Yaeti:
It's because of his pet insurance. Yay!

Apollo:
Pet insurance?

Yaeti:
Well, this is supposed to be confidential info. Michelangelo has insurance worth

five million. Yay! Just in the case Michelangelo is ever stolen or whatnot, he

could get that five million as consolation! Yay!

Apollo:
Instead of one million, it's five... I didn't realize he was so valuable...

Yaeti:
It might even be even more than that! Yay!

Athena:
Even more? Why?

Yaeti:
Michelangelo might actually be... a cat monster! Yay!

Apollo:
Huh? A cat monster...?

Phoenix:
What do you mean by that?

Yaeti:
There are rumors going around among us circus workers. Yay.

Apollo:
Rumors?

Yaeti:
We live in trailers at the circus, traveling from town to town. We're a tight-

knit bunch, after all. And we've been hearing some strange cries coming from the

ringmaster's trailer. Yay!

Athena:
What kind of cries?

Yaeti:
They're like the cries of a baby being born, but since the ringmaster's single

and already at that age, there's no way it's really a baby. Yay!

Apollo:
Um... you really don't have to keep saying "yay" after every sentence.

Yaeti:
So if it isn't a baby making those cries, it's gotta be a cat monster! Yaaaay!

Athena:
Wow, he's not giving in!

Phoenix:
So, rather than the cries of a baby, they're the cries of a cat monster?

That's... rather interesting.

Yaeti:
Anyway, sorry for bothering you guys. Yay!

Apollo:
As if being a male calico wasn't rare enough, it's now a cat monster? Just how

much is it worth...?

Athena:
I don't think we can put a price on a cat monster, but maybe it's around ten

million?

Apollo:
T-Ten million!?

Athena:
But only if it's a real cat monster! Not like one actually exists.

Apollo:
Ten million... one cat for ten million...

Athena:
Like I said, only if it's real! Hey, can you hear me? Apollo? Heeey!

Phoenix:
Hmm... Athena, there's something I'd like you to check if you don't mind.

Athena:
Oh, sure!


10:03

Athena:
Mr. Wright, it's almost time for court to reconvene.

Phoenix:
Alright, let's go!

Athena:
Come on, Apollo! You too! How long are you gonna stay dazed?

Apollo:
Uh? I-I know!

???:
Oh, excuse me.

Apollo:
Ah, sorry... huh? P-Prosecutor Gavin!?

Klavier:
Yo, it's been a while... Herr Forehead.

Athena:
And it's Chief Prosecutor Edgeworth!!

Phoenix:
Edgeworth! What are you doing here? Don't tell me you're here to cheer me on?

Edgeworth:
Of course not. I just happened to be attending a trial regarding an expropriation

case.

Klavier:
And I'm heading a different case. Sorry to say, I'm not here to cheer Herr

Forehead on. Were you expecting it?

Apollo:
O-of course not! Are you kidding?

Edgeworth:
Hmph, not that I would see any reason to need to cheer you on.

Phoenix:
But of course. I already have an excellent set of proteges of my own. It's not a

problem anyhow.

Apollo:
What? E-excellent?

Athena:
You mean us? *sparkle*

Klavier:
Aw. Congrats, you've been complemented. You're so moved that you're even getting

a little teary-eyed, huh... Herr Forehead.

Apollo:
Quit calling me that.

Phoenix:
Well, it's about time for court to reconvene. Next time we meet, we can chat a

little longer.

Edgeworth:
Yeah... until then.

Klavier:
And Herr Forehead should also try his very best without dragging things out!

Apollo:
I don't need you to tell me that!

Klavier:
Well, aren't you promising.

Edgeworth:
Wright.

Phoenix:
Hm?

Edgeworth:
...No, it's nothing. See you later... wherever.

Phoenix:
Ah, sure. Later. Okay, let's get going, guys.

Apollo, Athena:
Yes, sir!

[T/N: I still have no idea what is the purpose of this scene. Capcom, why?]


Spoiler: Ep 5
*clack*

Judge:
This court has now reconvened for trial. The defense has made the claim that the witness, Mr. Ripley, had moved his cat Michelangelo elsewhere, making it seem to disappear during the magic act. If there are any objections, please speak now.

Blackquill:
Hmph... It certainly is vital to understand if the witness had truly tampered with the act. I would be lying if I said I didn't suspect him in the slightest...

Apollo:
Huh? Is he admitting to it?

Phoenix:
He must have some sort of plan behind it...

Blackquill:
However, the prosecution has no intention to change its stance. Consider this... The witness lives alone. He returns home for the night, and yet has no one to greet when he does. The only one who provides him any solace... is his pet cat.

*murmur*

Man:
Oh, that's so sad! The poor man...

Old man:
I too know that pain! Just the other day, my dear wife passed before I had!

Apollo:
There it is, Mr. Blackquill's psychological manipulation! The entire gallery's been taken in by him...

Blackquill:
I hope you all understand... If it is as the defense has said, had the cat been with the witness, there would be no reason for him to get rid of it.

Ripley:
Tha's right! Michelangelo disappeared because that magic act was a failure! It had to have been this girl who stole him! When he disappeared before me eyes, I felt so awful! Do you even understand this deep grief I have in my heart right now!?

Judge:
Oh! The grief from losing someone dear to you... it's beyond anything I could imagine!

Phoenix:
This isn't good... Even the judge is completely taken in.

Ripley:
I demand compensation! I demand an enormous amount for me troubles!

Apollo:
Weird how he goes straight from his emotions to his money...

Athena:
Hmm...

Phoenix:
What is it, Athena?

Athena:
Something's bothering me... I hear the noise mixed up in his testimony.

Phoenix:
Can you pinpoint where that noise is coming from with your psychological analysis?

Athena:
Yes, sir! Leave everything to me!

*Widget-sounds*

Athena:
...As I thought, there's a strange contradiction in his emotions. When he talked about his sadness about losing Michelangelo, he felt a bit of happiness.

Apollo:
Happiness? So, he actually feels happy about losing his cat?

Phoenix:
That's it! I see it now... Your Honor!

Judge:
Does the defense have a question?

Phoenix:
Yes, we do. Mr. Ripley, you wouldn't happen to have pet insurance for Michelangelo, would you?

Ripley:
W-why are you bring that up?

Phoenix:
We heard about it from one of the circus members, Mr. Yaeti the UMA.

Judge:
P-please wait a moment! By "UMA", do you really mean a creature whose identity is shrouded in mystery...? And this circus even has one!?

Ripley:
Well, that is the selling point of my circus, Your Honor.

Judge:
Well, doesn't this mean that the existence such a creature has been confirmed!?

Athena:
You can relax, Your Honor! There's actually a person hidden in that suit!

Ripley:
Th-that's not true at all! I'm trying to make a business here! Yaeti is definitely the real thing! A real mystery!

Apollo:
Why he's trying that hard to hide it is the real mystery here...

Phoenix:
Your Honor... May I continue?

Judge:
Ah, please excuse me. The defense may continue its line of questioning.

Phoenix:
The insurance Mr. Ripley has for his cat is worth five million dollars. While it's possible that it holds that much value since Michelangelo is a male calico, it's still absurdly high for insurance.

Blackquill:
Objection! And just how are you going about to prove that? It's merely a difference of personal values.

Ripley:
E-exactly! I just love me Michelangelo that much!

Judge:
You could expect such a cat worth five million to be heard of in the news.

Ripley:
Of course! Me darling would be a hot topic for everyone to know!

Phoenix:
A hot topic? That's strange. Mr. Yaeti mentioned that the pet insurance was meant to be confidential information. Also, your circus is known for its eccentric animals, right? Then, why wouldn't Michelangelo, who would be worth five million, not be known as well?

Ripley:
T-that's because... uh, ah... it has to take a little time to spread! I mean, you don't need me to say it!

Apollo:
No, no, we DO need you to say it! For it to become a topic...

*slam*

Phoenix:
Mr. Ripley, tell us the truth!

Ripley:
A-anyway, it's a given that my circus has eccentric animals of all sorts! That means UMA or yokai or even a cat worth five million! Why can't you see that!?

Apollo:
He sure is persistent...

Phoenix:
Hold it! If it's yokai, you can even say Michelangelo could be a cat monster, right?

Apollo:
Eh?

Athena:
M-Mr. Wright...? What the heck are you saying?

Blackquill:
Objection! Another one of your infamous bluffs, is it, to stir up this still atmosphere? Well then... are you truly claiming that things such as yokai really exist?

Phoenix:
Of course not. Witness, I asked you a question. Can you confirm the rumors around Michelangelo actually being a cat monster?

Judge:
Hmm... Well, witness?

Ripley:
Uh... I guess so...?

Blackquill:
Bah. This is ridiculous. You can't submit rumors as testimony. Whether it's a cat monster or a UMA, there's no way it actually exists!

Ripley:
Er... w-well...

Apollo:
He got straight to the point.

Phoenix:
In other words, you do admit to the rumors?

Ripley:
Um... I... yes, I admit to them.

Phoenix:
Well, that's a relief!

Ripley:
Huh?

Blackquill:
So what about those rumors?

Phoenix:
These rumors arose from about two weeks ago. For some reason, workers would hear some strange cries coming from Mr. Ripley's trailer.

Blackquill:
Cries...?

Phoenix:
According to a certain worker, they sounded like the cries of a baby. Another worker said they may even be cries made by a cat monster. Obviously, the cat monster they referred to was Michelangelo. In any case, there should only be one cat. But of course, Michelangelo isn't a cat monster. So... where does that leave us? Witness!

Ripley:
W-where it leaves us? Y-you just said so! It's really just a baby! You see, my father just had another child, so... the cries the workers heard were just his baby!

Phoenix:
Objection! You were much too busy with preparations for the show during the day! You wouldn't have the time to tend to a child! You couldn't have just left the poor kid all alone, could you?

Ripley:
Mmgh...

Blackquill:
What are you trying to say... Wright-dono?

Phoenix:
He never had a baby there. Mr. Ripley has been lying all this time!

Blackquill:
Oh...? So you mean to claim... this witness is... in fact, the real culprit!?

*murmur*

Judge:
Ah! T-the handcuffs! The handcuffs!!

Athena:
He snapped through them!!

Fulbright:
Now, everyone! Settle down! There's no need to panic! If it comes to it, I swear I will defend Blackquill with my own hands!

Apollo:
No! He's not the one who needs protection!

*clack*

Judge:
O-order! Order! B-bailiff, please detain him with another set of handcuffs!

Blackquill:
Silence! If the source of those cries isn't a baby... then surely you can explain what it is, yes...? If you only give me more nonsense, I will cut you down here and now!

Phoenix:
Yes, I can explain. It's simple, really. If it's not a baby, then it must be... a cat!

Blackquill:
A cat...?

Phoenix:
What the workers heard was the mating call of a female cat. To draw in any potential suitors, it would cry out very loudly.

Judge:
Oh! I've heard something like this before! Every night, I'd wake up to the noise and can't fall back asleep. So, that was what it was...

Apollo:
M-me too!

Athena:
Me too! It really does sound like a baby's crying!

Phoenix:
Yep. You could ask anyone and they'd agree. As I've said just now, it's the call of a female cat! A male one would make such a call!

Judge:
Hmm... Well, it seems I'll have to study up a bit. However... what does this distinction of gender have to do with this case?

Phoenix:
Please recall, Your Honor, the reason why Michelangelo is such a valuable cat!

Judge:
The reason why he's so valuable...? Ah! Aaaaaaah!

Phoenix:
That's right. It means Michelangelo is really a female. If he really was a male, then he wouldn't make such a sound. Therefore, what was in Mr. Ripley's room wasn't Michelangelo the star, but Michelangelo, a normal female calico cat!

Ripley:
Noooooooo!!

Phoenix:
Despite the rumors that arose, Mr. Ripley's pet was in fact your everyday calico. So, the cat that was used in the magic act was this very cat, wasn't it?

Judge:
W-why would you say that?

Phoenix:
It's because the circus only has one cat in its company. If there's a female cat, there can't be a male one.

Blackquill:
Silence! That cat was certified with a pedigree to be male. That's sufficient proof that it is a male!

Phoenix:
Objection! A little pedigree doesn't prove anything! This is just my guess, but it's possible the real Michelangelo had run off on his own! It happened before two weeks ago when the rumors began to spread. Mr. Ripley must have been beside himself with worry to find that his cat missing. Thus, having no other choice, he sought out the insurance money, but because the cat fled on its own, he couldn't receive it!

Ripley:
W-what? H-how do you know all that!?

Athena:
During the recess, Mr. Wright had me contact the insurance firm directly to check the terms of the contract.

Apollo:
So that's it! That's why Mr. Ripley became tired of Michelangelo!

Athena:
Because he wasn't really a "he" anymore!

Phoenix:
And it's also why Mr. Ripley forbade the other workers from touching him. None of them realized the cat had been replaced. The defendant's magic act was actually a success. However, Mr. Ripley, who had been waiting by the trapeze then, hid the cat and made it seem like something went wrong during the act. Then, he accused the defendant of stealing his cat before the entire audience!

Judge:
Which is to say, this incident... was set up to look like a theft had taken place, but was actually a case about insurance money?

Phoenix:
Your Honor, I believe you should ask the witness that question.

Ripley:
Grk! ...Graaah... Dammit! And everything was going so well! Whyyy!? That five million was supposed to be mine! Money! Money! Moneymoneymoneymoney! If I just had that money, I could get rid of this useless bunch of circus clowns, revamp the whole circus and be living the high life in my own villa! Aaaaaah... Someone! Someone, please lend me some money! I need it! My moneyyyyyaaaaaaarrrrghh...!!


15:18

Judge:
Mr. Blackquill, what happened to Kirk Ripley?

Blackquill:
Hmph. He has been promptly arrested, Your Honor. He said so himself... Eccentric animals make eccentric shams. Running a circus is like riding a fiery chariot. One never makes enough before they're consumed by the flames... Well, I have to admit it's a respectable saying.

[T/N: It's actually a double entendre here. The "fiery chariot" he says may also refer to a "desperate financial situation". I decided to play with it.]

Judge:
My, my... What a profound lesson to learn from. Cheating an innocent magician by acting as an accomplice in the act... Well, it's certainly an example we shouldn't follow. That magician is the daughter of Mr. Wright, after all.

Blackquill:
Heh... They're definitely a troublesome bunch... who seem to love their absurd farces. Honestly... Hey, Foolbright.

Fulbright:
You rang, Blackquill!?

Blackquill:
Bring along that pitiful man whose plans were foiled. Oh... As for you, I'll be seeing you again at the witness stand... but, of course, you'll be the defendant instead!

Ripley:
Uuuuuugghhhh...

Fulbright:
Now, come along! You can't avoid facing retribution for your evil deeds! Indeed... under the name of justice!

*tap, tap, clank*

Judge:
And now, I will announce my verdict for the defendant, Trucy Wright...

*bamf*

Judge:
Not Guilty.

*confetti*

*clack*

Apollo:
Yes! We did it!

Athena:
You're home free, Trucy!

Trucy:
Thank you so much, Athena, Apollo! And of course, Daddy!

Phoenix:
Trucy, did you feel scared?

Trucy:
Mm, not at all! I always knew that whatever would happen, Daddy would definitely save me!

Phoenix:
I see.

Apollo:
Wow, I'm a bit moved...

Athena:
Me too... I'm even crying a bit.

Phoenix:
Let's go home, Trucy.

Trucy:
Yeah! Let's go, Daddy!


18:33

[T/N: And here is a built-in advertisement of the audio drama. The judge highly recommends it for the bonus track included with the purchase. Because I don't have a copy of my own, I can't say what it's about.]

Judge:
And with that, this court is now adjourned.

*clack*

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Awesome! I'll be reading this when I got the time!
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Ep 3 script posted. Expect the next one within the next few days.
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Fun! I listened to part 4 and 5 not too long ago just to listen to a certain voice, will be nice to get some context. The only thing I understood was something something about a cat, haha.
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Ep 4 posted. The cat is all that matters, really.
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Well,this is interesting.At least the part where Trucy mentions the trick her "daddy" taught her shows that at least the writers didn't completely forgot about AJ except for the characters.

Also,the Judge has a cat.Obviously vital information all fans should now about.
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Ep 5 posted. Yes! I'm done! It should have come a few days earlier, but I was caught up in an awful cycle of procrastination. But now it's over! Yaaaaay!

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Oh, nice to have read it all now, it was quite a cute read! :shoe: Glad you translated this, Rubia!

Ehrm, hello Klavier and Edgeworth, nice to... meet you? :eh?: Little Trucy as sweet as ever. And the lines "Circuses don’t have whales" as well as "I've only arrived mere moments ago!" amused me more than they should.
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Rubia Ryu the Royal wrote:
I do not have the bonus track that came with the purchase, so that's that.

I don't think I have it anymore, but I know for a fact it's 'out there, somewhere'.

IIRC, it's about:
Spoiler:
More Apollo-teasing and it also addresses the little problem of the stray cat he found.

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Ash wrote:
Rubia Ryu the Royal wrote:
I do not have the bonus track that came with the purchase, so that's that.

I don't think I have it anymore, but I know for a fact it's 'out there, somewhere'.

IIRC, it's about:
Spoiler:
More Apollo-teasing and it also addresses the little problem of the stray cat he found.

I'm assuming that this response means my script doesn't have any obvious errors? That makes me feel rather accomplished. :3

Spoiler:
By "problem", do you mean if the fake Michelangelo was actually his cat and if they ever found it again? The whole bit about the hidden cat was dropped just like that, so I never caught on that it could have been Apollo's. It's kinda sad to think about it.

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Rubia Ryu the Royal wrote:
I'm assuming that this response means my script doesn't have any obvious errors? That makes me feel rather accomplished. :3


Sorry, it might well be completely free of errors, but I haven't looked at your translation (as I just don't feel like listening to the drama again...).
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All I got from listening to the drama while not understanding Japanese was nick saying "Blahblahblah -- Michaelangelo, blahblah, michaelangelo, michaelangelo" and some cringeworthy slaps tick comedy whereiit sounds like Nick catches fire.
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Hi! I found the bonus track (plus its translation) online :)

The script is not as smooth flowing as Rubia's, but I hope it helps :)

(BTW I thoroughly enjoyed Rubia's version over the Tumblr one's - the localized names were a good touch ^^)

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The bonus track (plus download link to the whole album haha):
http://aoidaichi.tumblr.com/post/667588 ... k-from-the

The translation:
http://mdwooper.tumblr.com/post/8967698 ... -turnabout
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Thanks for the translation, Rubia, I love this case! And I like to listen to it too, though I'm only able to understand a few words and names. Just WHY am I that bad at Japanese? :headbang:
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cyanoscarlet wrote:
Hi! I found the bonus track (plus its translation) online :)

The script is not as smooth flowing as Rubia's, but I hope it helps :)

(BTW I thoroughly enjoyed Rubia's version over the Tumblr one's - the localized names were a good touch ^^)

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The bonus track (plus download link to the whole album haha):
http://aoidaichi.tumblr.com/post/667588 ... k-from-the

The translation:
http://mdwooper.tumblr.com/post/8967698 ... -turnabout


Heh, thanks for bring up my post lol
also, thanks for Rubia for this awesome translation!!! Now I can finally share the drama CD without embarrassing myself. Mine was pretty broken... my English is pretty bad O<-<
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