|After finding the hidden painting, Espella separated from the group to go get milk... then the knights arrived at the bakery taking Phoenix away to go to court... There it is.. he's going to be defending Espella, the one accused of being a witch. Wright and Maya don't remember being lawyers, but Espella does.|
The "Inquisitor" (prosecutor) for this court is a knight named Barnham.
Instead of just hearing one witness testimony at a time, the court brought in 4 witnesses all at once to gang up on the accused...
A person named Wordsmith who talks like a philosophical enlightened buddha. A person named Mary who has a goat with her. A flower seller named Kira. A knight in training named Knightle... these characters are all designed in the art style of Layton characters, but now playing the role of AA witness characters.
Phoenix starts to get a familiar feeling from all of this, and then as soon as he shouts "Objection" for the first time, he remembers everything from before he entered this world... his contradiction isn't enough though... this world has a twisted sense of logic... just as the judge is about to hand down a guilty verdict... Layton comes in, shouting "Hold it!", he gives Phoenix the Grand Grimoire in order to learn about this world's magic so he can properly defend Espella.
oh man, I'm loving this courtroom remix of Layton's theme...
"It would seem that the concept of logic does not exist in this world."
Layton teach's Wright the ability to switch attention to other witness's reactions when one of them is giving their testimony...