Phoenix Wright's friendly rival in the Ace Attorney series.
Sword of Law[edit | edit source]
The son of Gregory Edgeworth and pupil of Manfred von Karma along with his daughter Franziska von Karma. He is known as the Demon Prosecutor for making an incredible streak of victories, until he was defeated by Phoenix Wright and they subsequently became friends.
After a mysterious call to Phoenix Wright, he has joined him, replacing in his Tag Title match the Mystery Masters and winning the belts.
Gets to challenge Kyle Hyde on Wright's command, and defeats him.
Having been informed of Armstrong's current objective to stop anyone from the Universe 2K19 from being saved, The Court intercepted him. With Edgeworth on the front line and Wright providing support, they confronted the senator.
While Edgeworth tried hard, it was far too difficult to damage Armstrong, and once he turned on his Metal Super-Nanomachines, it seemed like it was all over. However, Phoenix pulled one last trick from his sleeve; 30 seconds later he used Kojima's nanomachine deactivator and gave away to Armstrong's might. Shocking the senator, Edgeworth quickly used this opportunity to strike true on Armstrong, managing to bring him down.
Went with Wright on a tag team for their title, against the Mystery Masters themselves, and the TV World Fools. However, Nero jobbed too hard and Phoenix pinned him.
He and Wright were called into a conference for an important matter regarding wrestling after the Kojima incident. However, they found out that they were set up in a trap orchestrated by La Parka II and were now trapped in the DEATH GAME.
He was subjected to a surprise Majority Vote, and received 2 votes. The vote concluded with HUNK being instantly sentenced to the wild ride.
Gets put in a match against his friend and rival, Wright, for the thematic of friendship.
Wins and gains Immunity×1.
Participates in a team match but doesn't win.
In the special card game, draws an empty card.
In the Main Vote, receives 4 votes. He ends up tied with 3 other participants so a second vote is held to break the tie. Via Minority Vote, it concludes with Doomguy, The Undercarder and Reviewbrah being sentenced to the wild ride.
Wright & Edgeworth are defeated.
In the Main Vote, receives 0 votes, while Wright receives 2 votes. Via Majority Vote, it concludes with Samoa Joe, Hachijo Tohya, James Sunderland, Patrick Bateman, and Walter being sentenced to the wild ride.
Episode 8[edit | edit source]Edgeworth recalls that it was Postal Dude asking people to sign his petition to participate in the wrestling conferences that got them to willingly participate in the Death Game.
The Court has to team up with their rival dolls to take on another team.
They receive Immunity×1.
Edgeworth joins in to the mourning Mystery Masters to tell them that they have a job to do and must continue to investigate.
In the corridor, Edgeworth suddenly hears screams and rushes to a locker room. He finds Mr. X & Tommy Wiseau in a room, but while X claims he just fell on him, Wiseau claims he was attacked for no reason. When Mr. X tries to escape, Miles traps him in his Chess Dimension where he begins his interrogation.>What were you attacking Wiseau for?
Attacking? Why would I do such a barbaric thing? I don't recall ever attacking this man.>I have clearly heard you punching him before!
Now that you say it, that might have happened...>Is it that old man in a wheelchair?
But he was asking for it! He sent his goon after me...
I misspoke, forget about it. I meant to say that... He's a loon.It's dangerous to have such irrational men walking around, so I was trying to tie him up.
...You mean Delta?>Is it Wright?
I'm not entirely sure about his motivations, but I'm assured that he's his own man.It can't be him.
...>Is it La Parka?
...Interesting.So you really think your dear friend is someone's henchman?
La Parka...?>Is it that ninja?
So you think he's the mastermind.
May I ask why did you come to this conclusion?
Edgeworth: Who else would have goons in a place like this?
This is a goddamn death game!
La Parka controls everything here!
Your way of thinking isn't incorrect, but unfortunately, you're mistaken. This man's goon is someone else.
You are correct. To be clear, that ninja isn't just his goon, you could say he's like an offspring.>Who's your master?
So I suppose you won't be preventing me from giving him a good beating now...
Hold on! We haven't dealt with the elephant in the room yet!
Edgeworth: There's no way a monster like you is just wandering around on its own!>Are you working for La Parka?
You know, I'm deeply hurt by your words...And shouldn't YOU know by now?
You misunderstood... I wasn't referring to... Besides, I'd prefer to not refer to myself in third person.>Why are you suddenly able to talk now?
I was always able to, I just chose not to. I had to explain myself, which is why I talked. Is there a problem with that?>What's your true goal?
You know, I was really desperate too. I'm in quite a pickle here. If I don't subdue this man...Then people begin to gather and X concedes to reveal the truth. X then begins explaining the story of Wiseau, and how it began at SC Labs...
When Richtofen infiltrates it to recover The Focusing Stone, The Cookie jumped at him. A parasite inside the stone had attacked him. After Kojima had made his own modifications for the stone, SC Labs were trying to push it even further, to become humanity's hope. The parasite was never reported and the body snatching was written down as another one of it's abilities. However, from the unreported effect came distrust that concluded in the entire security staff quitting, leaving the facility unsecured for a single day, and that lucky day was when Richtofen striked, and his body became possessed... by the thing in this very room.
Mr. X then eats part of the parasite, causing the stone and Richtofen to separate. Mr. X the grabs the Focusing Stone and plans to use it to stop the death game, when La Parka's TV turns on. He reacts with extreme discontent upon seeing the artifact. Mr. X then uses its power to shut down the connection to the other universe, and also the power of the facility.
With their only chance, everyone tries to escape through the newly discovered "Wild Ride Door". However, what they find, is the lifeless bodies of those sentenced to the wild ride.
The Mystery Masters, discouraged, are left without options and hopeless. After the executions, the skeleton encourages them to move to the door that will lead them to their final challenge...
Episode 12[edit | edit source]
Edgeworth makes it to the Final Twilight and gets to participate in the ultimate challenge: The Final Trial, where truth lies to be revealed. When debating about the identity of the five dolls, Edgeworth makes a point that the two wrestlers from rival company The Cartel Rumble are suspicious for having joined only for the conference.
La Parka asks the question: Which episode is this? Kiryu Kazuma, Mr. America, Johnny Knoxville and Edgeworth are up to answer. Only Edgeworth gets it right; everyone but him answered that it was the twelfth episode of Season 5... but it was instead the 53rd episode of TFR.
When Agent 47 fails to defeat Mr. BANS, BANS proceeds with his plan on finding a suitable host body and forces the survivors to fight it out in a royal rumble. Edgeworth has to lamentably take out Wright and Pegasus, and ends up being the "winner" of the final rumble.
Edgeworth remains "victorious", so he's considered the "winner" of the death game, and so he fulfills it's objective... becoming a vesser for BANS. He and Kirei Kotomine proceed with their ritual even as the Universe 2K20 collapses...
Despite initial beliefs that BANS died with that fake universe, he and Kirei return and wreak havoc.
BANS fights Rando personally, but he can't quite control the will of his body just yet, and is defeated but escapes.
Abandoning his vessel, BANS fuses with his shadow to become Shadow BANS.Gregory Edgeworth, he's a famous attorney who doesn't really have time nor inclination to wrestling, and finds his father's antics cringeworthy, nevermind the risk posed with him wrestling at such an advanced age.
He calls his father Greg, outraged at his last match and him forcing himself so much at his age and even doing FOUR HEADBUTTS A DAY, but Greg is too happy that he makes the crowd roar every time he dives to care. At this point, he even threatens to put him in a retirement home if he does not leave TFR willingly, but Greg doesn't listen and ends the call.
Episode 9[edit | edit source]
Miles arrives at TFR's Coolsville Arena (after doing one full fledged entrance leaving from his car) to personally take measures about his father and meets with Wright. They head to the doctor's office where Gregory is resting. While the doctor is busy, Miles tries to get his father to come with him, but he resists saying that he's felt no pain, even though Miles points out he was KO'd by HUNK and forced himself to keep going. Even though he knows his father doesn't lie, he's still far too old and wants him out, but Greg's raised voice in protest draws Vitalik's attention; after having his sleep disturbed, he came to greet Wright and poke fun at how "skinny" he looks now, and agrees that Greg knows better than Miles in both wrestling experience and backstage issues to have decision over him, and his contract isn't expiring anytime soon either. However, when "the demon prosecutor" sharpens his glasses and asks if he needs to take it to court, Vitalik is silent before backing down, and Miles takes his father away.
On his way back from leaving his father on the retirement home until he doesn't want to wrestle anymore, Edgeworth takes the opportunity to relax on the drive back and turns on the radio to a 3-way promo between the winners of the tri-rumble event and future competitors:Geralt has a lengthy political debate with Kane about the nature of evil (clap), meanwhile Regigigas and No One...
Au au... Au au au... *OMP*OMP*OMP*OMP*After turning it off, Edgeworth gets a call... since Gregory ran away from his retirement home.
OMP*OMP*OMP*OMP*OMP*OMP*OMP*OMP* Au au au! *OMP*OMP*OMP*OMP* Au au au... Au au au au!
After receiving a call from Wright, he arrives at the TFR arena to find his father rambling crazier than usual and traps him on his "chess dimension", thanking Wright for informing him and leaving.
Hearing talk about Haze's proof of his rigged match inside Therapist's office, Miles Edgeworth excuses himself in (and his father, who is the actual patient and shouts that all viewers of Haze's match had their memory erased) to comment on the fact that the match result was intentional due to the ongoing match rigging scandal, and more importantly, that he wants to ask Haze for his photo evidence to use in court. Haze really doesn't want to lose his only proof when people call him crazy, but eventually he relents (since he has his trusty pen to use anyway) and hands in the photo, as Edgeworth will make sure he will turn Haze's into the match fixers' regret.
Episode 14[edit | edit source]
Gathered in the prosecution's lobby, Sminem's team lies in wait for the court to begin. Everyone readies, but Sminem reminds them to not get their guard down for Vitalik's tricks.Nevertheless, Kyle is confident and thanks Wright for gathering the evidence, but Wright would've rather have pinned Vitalik in Loser Leaves Town match instead. Sminem too is concerned Vitalik always hides behind schemes, but even as far as suing their own company, it's what must be done, for TFR...
All in the name of guiding humanity down the right pathThen, Edgeworth appears to inform that the trial is about to begin. As Wright puts it, "Let's go, minna! To save wrestling!".
Court is now in session, presided by The MMMighty Judge, using the badass fast-paced initial trial system because he has a meeting with his biker friends. Vitalik asks from the Witness Stand to wait while his defense makes its way late, making Wright wonder if he has something up his sleeve... and indeed, he shocks everyone as he has hired the legendary undefeated defense attorney: Lawyer 47, who apologized for the lateness as some RED-HAIRED FAGGOT got his suit dirty.
The prosecution makes their opening statement: Vitalik has mismanaged the company from health issues to match fixing, and presents evidence proving the connection between TFR staff and the late Chuck's Suck & Fuck; 47 quickly discards it on the basis that "it cannot be read because reading is for homos", a formidable move that the Judge allows while looking uninterested and all of Sminem's team acknowledges as a difficult challenge. Next, the defense makes a statement of their own, "all of the prosecution's evidence is fake and gay, fabricated even, and no real evidence will be heard against his client as Vitalik and TFR have done literally nothing wrong, and Chuck's is a gay den of lies."Edgeworth presents a decisive piece of evidence—a photo proving a match which had a different outcome than officially acknowledged after the lights of the arena suddenly turn off (that's ground for gimmmmmick infringemmmmmmment). But unluckily 47's glasses are too fucking blurry to see anything and he rips the image in half. Also, 47 would like to add one thing: no hat-wearing attorneys have been left mentally retarded due to TFR as they employ the amazing Dr. Piccolo, or at least that would be if he wasn't such a fucking traitor like the rest of the people in this room.
Exhibit GAYYYY: Kyle Hyde. All those mysteries solved and yet no one can find out why you suck so much.Sminem's team hangs on to the last string of hope after such demolishing defense...
Tell me, does the paper clip represent your penis size, or is it a metaphor for how you can barely keep anything together.
Saihara? Amima? Who? So many Danganronpa shitters here I can't even keep track of them all.
Who's running the billing here, a monkey, or a teenage girl?
And Janny? Janny!? JANNY!?
And the prosecution? The prosecution? Heh. Who gives a shit about the prosecution, we all know they're gonna lose anyway.They're both foolish fools who are too foolish to know that they have been fooled. They are the poison that is rotting TFR from within.
At last, the prosecution presents its most finishing piece of evidence, years upon years of company records that help detail Vitalik's scheme with other parties such as the mafia and even the president, gathered by a staff member risking his own well-being—Amami Rantaro. It picks the judge's interest but hears the defense's rebuttal first: Zzzzsnore. The decision is clear and the evidence doesn't change anything, disappointing Piccolo, Janny, and Amami, as they've met with a move worthy of an Ultimate Lawyer.With time at its limit, Edgeworth desperately looks for the missing piece to the puzzle that is such an impenetrable defense. his assistant Therapist affirms he must be on the right track, the defense's posture can only mean one thing, and that's that it's bluffing. If he can pinpoint his confidence's source, he can defeat it, and that's when Edgeworth notices it by using his father's glasses, his achilles' heel: his perfect bald. By distracting the judge by way of retreading on his father's lengthy medical records, he also annoys the defense into going into a rant, and uses the opportunity to steal Payne's wig and throw it onto 47's head; instantly, his focus, confidence and charisma are crushed before he can stop talking.
Because, like the legend he is, the Judge...A pure strike is delivered, and the judge finally sees through the defense's lies, sentencing the attorney to wrestler's court after the trial is over. In light of these events, the verdict is set, and the court declares TheFinalRumble... GUILTY. But Vitalik's conviction would come with a price, as TFR is closed down... for a while at least, until the place is confirmed free of corruption (and delivers 100000 bottles of jack to court). Additionally, the TFR title will be permanently retired, as well as all other titles vacated, but it was all a calculated part of the risk; as Sminem puts it, roster members will leave for indies or maybe nowhere and budget will go down, but wrestling will survive, and they'll be back sooner than they know it... with the trial over, all that's left is looking ahead.
Judge NEVER DREW A DIME!
HE NEVER PASSED THE BAR! HE'S NEVER EATEN CHICAGO STYLE PIZZA!
HE ONLY EXISTS TO TAKE BRIBES AND WHACK HIS GAVEL! HIS GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT IS BEING ABLE TO SUCK DICKS BEHIND THE DUMPSTER AT WENDY'S AND NOT GET CAUGHT!
IT IS TRULY A SAD DAY WHEN A PARODY OF A HUMAN BEING CAN BE CALLED A "JUDGE". DARE I SAY, THE DARK AGE OF THE LAW IS ALREADY HERE.
That's why... That's why I declare this case closed!
Law degrees are a sham anyway, get a real degree like fine arts.Or at least be a cop so you can carry a gun and look cool. You'd be surprised how many are like th-
To celebrate, Sminem acknowledges Wright's intense passion and his heart is always with the sport, and that's why he's next in line to become the GM and have the trust of rebuilding TFR put into him, as well as trusting all of them to help make TFR better in their own way; Saihara is happy about Wright, for Kyle its just a job, and Edgeworth is too busy taking care of his father (who disappeared somewhere again) to wrestle. Kyle is going to take a drink, Saihara has a certain meeting to attend, and Sminem will be doing paperwork, but Wright wants to go to the arena for the last time in a while to say goodbye, or better yet, <See you again>.
TFR/Off-Season 9: Rokkenjimania V[edit | edit source]
|Tre! Such a harmless man that nobody would suspect he supports The Circus, and so long as he works here, TFR won't stop being targeted. So now either Miles accepts his findings, or Gregory will take him tap out! As Edgeworth wonders if his endless babble has any point, Gregory wonders if he'd prefer to tap out in the ladies' room stall instead...
Miles Edgeworth hires Gregory to investigate, but the investigation is going nowhere... because he already has all the evidence to conclude this case right now: the culprit of TFR's recent troubles... is none other than
Somewhere else... Saihara Shuichi praises Gregory's ramblings for figuring it out, while Aiba tells him he actually has no clue on what's really going on.
Feats[edit | edit source]
- Winning the /v/ Tag Team Championship on his debut.
Match History[edit | edit source]
Champions The Sons of Sparda
|For Title: /v/ Tag-Team
|Support: Phoenix Wright
Note: Armstrong's Nanomachines suddenly deactivated 30 after his activation.
|TV World Fools, The Mystery Masters, Champions The Court
|For Title: /v/ Tag-Team
|Winnie the Pooh, Prince of Persia, Hiyori Sou & Miles Edgeworth
|Phoenix Wright & Miles Edgeworth
|Phoenix Wright, Miles Edgeworth, Raymond Shields, Winston Payne
|Humans & Dolls Teams
|The Final Rumble
For: Becoming Mr. BANS' vessel
|Miles Edgeworth, V, Leon S. Kennedy, Proto Man
Game: WWE 2K20
Note: The Vessel was a hard one to make submit indeed
Match History/AA Rumble[edit | edit source]
|Miles Edgeworth, Marvin Grossberg, Luke Atmey, Klavier Gavin
|Zak Gramarye, Dick Gumshoe, Auchi Taketsuchi, Redd White, Inga Karkhuul Khura'in, Marvin Grossberg, Sebastian Debeste, Miles Edgeworth
|Polly & Yanni Yogi
|Falls Count Anywhere
|Miles Edgeworth, Houjou Satoko, Mike Meekins, Spark Brushel, Lay D. Furst
|For Title: NXT World
|Phoenix Wright, Athena Cykes, Naruhodou Ryuunosuke, Gregory Edgeworth
|Can trap people in the Chess Dimension. (Reality Marble?)
Gallery[edit | edit source]