Pees'lubn Andistan'dhin: He was so damn annoying he just got funny, and there were some highly amusing moments in court thanks to him. Somehow I feel that this was a great villain for a tutorial case.
Roger Retinz/Mr. Reus: One kooky, cocky prick. He, too, was so annoying it was funny now and then when he had his Ratings Rajah-personality. He made for some really amusing moments. He made me go "dang, this guy is so kooky", "dang, this guy is such a bastard", "dang, this guy is so sleazy" and so on, what with his different behaviour towards different people. When I saw him with Betty I just thought "wow, that's one ugly dynamic duo if I ever saw one". I didn't suspect him from the start, most of all I was confused because I had no idea who I was going to suspect (the money-business, false signatures and so on, I thought it could mean that he was a twat and a twat only, but not necessarily a killer). ...and then it turned out that he was Mr. Reus and suddenly I found him really, really intriguing - found his Reus-persona very cool as well. Great twist for me because I never saw it coming. I got really upset that he killed a person who should mean something to him - a poor devoted fan who highly admired him despite him getting kicked out of the troupe. Couldn't help but feeling at least a bit sorry for Roger, but that victim... That victim. His theme was just the best - my favourite character theme, likely my favourite AA-tune overall. And his breakdown was beautiful, have seen it time and time again on Youtube. It has given me shivers more than once.
Beh'leeb Inmee: I loved her, and I really liked Tahrust as well (didn't expect him to be so... odd, but in a fun way), I like that he got the chance to testify. Everything about the Inmees was so sad and emotional - beautiful. The fact that the "murder" of Inmee wasn't a (criminal) murder at all but a suicide really got to me in several ways, there's something about suicides that make me feel exraordinarily bad. Even so, the motive for it felt a bit so-so for some reason.
Geiru Toneido: She was pretty good, but nothing special. Cute design, both the showy one and her normal appearance. Even though I felt sorry for her I got mad at her, to lower herself to kill for such a thing (that was even a misunderstanding to begin with, how about actually communicating before doing the most dramatic thing there is?), and the fact that the rest of the characters treated her as if she was oh-so-sympathic? Sure. She showed regret. Yet, that was one petty motive right there. Still, I liked the fact that the atmosphere turned so sad, and I did feel bad for her, very bad, but that doesn't take away the fact that she... errr... overdid stuff. And I pretty much took for granted that she was the murderer from the start. "Oh, little me? I'm so cute and innocent! Teehee!" (Even thought that could have been a red herring.) Even when it turned out Uendo had a fourth personality I still suspected her. That was one predictable breakdown! One of the first things I thought after she made those balloon-jokes was "and if this girl will have a breakdown I bet my left shoe that it will be her baloon-boobs popping, revealing a flat chest". But I liked the lack of wig-thing.
Paul Atishon: Yet another character that was so annoying it became quite amusing. I don't really know what to say about him... His breakdown was hideously fugly, but that's why I liked it. It suited him.
Ga'ran: First thing I thought when she "turned into" prosecutor was "Disney villain, Disney villain". The design was too "obviously super-evil wicked witch", but I found it rather neat that she seemed to have a black widow-design going on. Also, for some reason I thought her design clashed with the game. I liked her, and her design, when she was in queen-mode, though. I had mixed feeling about her rewriting the law, first it was rather neat, then I think it got too much. Couldn't help but think "she better not leave her home, or there will be several assassination attempts each and every day". And how her Disney/fantasy villain-act just got more and more... Disney/fantasy villain, and in a more and more narmy way. "Fools! Insolent fools! Worms! I am the law! Did I tell you that you're fools? Insolent ones?" (Even though I liked her "such insolence!"-voice clip.) And that. Evil. Laugh. Geez. My tired and mature self thought "that's the biggest bitch in the whole world" about a hundred times during the case. Sometimes she felt like a final boss... which she was, but like a final boss in another type of videogame. Like Bowser in a Mario Game where he grows bigger and bigger - "do you think you've got her now, players? No, now she rewrites the laws once again!" Things felt more and more exagerrated, especially since she was behind just pretty much all the evil deeds there were. I wish her breakdown would be a bit longer, because it was pretty neat. I liked the detail that she "thinks she's the Holy Mother", it rather amused me.