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The murder weapon, left at the scene. It is covered in Carl's blood and has Amanda's fingerprints on it.
|txt||The murder weapon. It's still bloody... probably shouldn't let Clair look at it too much.|
A picture taken from Tilly Tustepp's cell phone mere minutes before the murder. One can see two vaguely female figures and one male. The male is the closer of the three; the women are behind him. One female appears to be pulling away from the one that is advancing with the knife. It's hard to recognize anyone due to how the figures are silhouetted by the sunset.
|txt||I see two vaguely female figures and one male. One female appears to be pulling away from the one that is advancing with the knife. It's hard to recognize anyone due to how the figures are silhouetted by the sunset.|
|txt||Gotta give Tilly credit for taking the picture, though. You really can catch anyone in the act of anything! Conditions permitting, of course. Which, given the lighting, they weren't.|
The coat Amanda was wearing on the day of the crime. It is covered in Carl's blood.
|txt||So much blood. I probably shouldn't let Clair look at it for too long.|
A report noting Amanda's injuries at the time of the crime. Click Check for further details.
|txt||A report noting Amanda's injuries at the time of the crime. She has a series of bruises on her chest, like from multiple blows. She was also unconscious when she was found and arrested.|
A book on various rituals of Voyier clan magic. It was found open on the page that talked about exorcising heretic stains on a person's soul... the magic symbol on the page, four lines that form a square where the lines continue beyond the square, matched the slash wounds found on Carl's body.
|txt||With this, we've at least figured out the mystery of the weird pattern carved into Carl.|
This veil was found acting as a bookmark in the Voyier Ritual Book... it appears to have been mostly shredded except for one suspicious bit.
|txt||Could this be a possible critical failure to disguise evidence? What's a piece of a veil doing as a bookmark, anyway?|
Gloves found hidden in a strange place in the Voyier household.
|txt||What are gloves most often used for in crimes? Hiding fingerprints. Hm.|
Describes the pattern of wounds on Carl's body. Click Check for further details.
|txt||Aside from the stab wound that killed him, there are four extra wounds that form a small square on the body, though the lines extend beyond the border of the square.|
Contains a diagram of the crime scene and the viewpoints of the two witnesses hastily sketched out in court.
Apollo's prized Attorney's Badge.
|txt||No self-respecting Attorney would be caught dead without their badge!|
Everyone's favorite hot-blooded defense attorney with a passionate heart burning red. Considers the script to be a load of crap but is quite pleased with the amount of beautiful female co-stars. Is quite happy to be playing himself in this show.
A girl with strange powers who is acting as Apollo's co-council. Even though the victim was her brother Carl and she was not a witness to the crime, she feels that Amanda- a close friend of hers and her family's, and her brother's girlfriend- could not have possibly killed him, and so seeks out Apollo's help. Played by Maya Fey.
You can't forget the judge. You simply can't! Plays himself with great gusto.
A beautiful songstress considered to be the "Voice of the Windwoods." Amanda's sister. She is a witness to the crime. She has a habit of singing to calm herself and others down, and she seems to have become fixated on one particular song since the murder. Played by Lamiroir.
The accused. She sings in beautiful harmony with her sister Lynn, and is typically the one who handles the instruments. She is accused of having killed her boyfriend, Carl Voyier. She is a good friend of Clair's. Played by Angel Starr.
The victim of this case, dead from multiple stab wounds in what appears to be a ritual pattern. He was Clair's older brother and Amanda's boyfriend. He apparently had powers just like his sister, only more powerful and with a more manipulative bent. He was also something of a magi-technical gadget whiz; he enhanced his powers with a special eyepiece he created. Played by Glen Elg.
A witness who is certain that Amanda is the one who killed Carl. Played by Alita Tiala.
Carl and Clair's mother. Since she possesses powers greater (and, according to Clair, more terrifying) than both of her children, she is an authority who can testify about the nature of Carl's powers. Played by Elise Deauxnim.
A strange creature that Clair takes with her everywhere. She says he helps augment and assist some of her powers. He communicates chiefly in puus, buus, and a little broken English. Plays himself most puffily.
They needed a Prosecutor, and here she is. She's here to win the case as usual, and no amount of weird magic voodoo or cute puffy things can dissuade her from her path. Find something solid to block the whip with! Plays herself and tied the director to a tree outside the courtroom after reading the script.