By Jove

pretty fucked up how literally every iteration of jove justice’s name is taken as a url since none of you ever bother fucking posting about him

I find it had to believe Thalassa wanted to have another child after what happened to Jove and Apollo.

She had Trucy because Magnifi wanted someone to carry on the name of the Gramaryes.

I can’t imagine anything she did after returning to the troupe was her choice.

so like….the guitar lamiroir gave to klavier….who did it belong to. it couldn’t have been jove’s because his guitar burned up with him, but klavier says that it was “played lovingly for many years”……does thalassa play guitar

things that are canon in ace attorney (spirit of justice edition)
  • apollo instinctively cleans whenever he sees a mess because he’s the only one who cleans the WAA office
  • apollo’s father was a musician. apollo’s mother is also a musician. i’m not saying singing genes but singing genes
  • apollo and nahyuta used to run around in fields butt naked and get leeches on their butts
  • dhurke has photos of this
  • apollo and dhurke had an airplane vs bird argument very reminiscent of the stepladder vs ladder debate
  • maya informed phoenix that she had outgrown said debate. the two proceeded to have the debate anyway.
  • phoenix believes in apollo justice
  • apollo owns a red suit jacket
  • upon seeing said suit jacket, trucy recommended that he, phoenix, and athena start a stand-up comedy troupe named “primary colour punch-lines”
  • phoenix took a camera to khura’in and took photos of everything, like a dumb nerd
  • edgeworth missed phoenix while he was in khura’in and denied it vehemently, like a dumb nerd
  • edgeworth had his cravat attacked by a dog
  • apollo thinks edgeworth’s cravat is a strong fashion statement
  • phoenix believes in apollo justice
  • simon stood as athena’s co-counsel in court
  • athena has succeeded in co-ercing apollo into buying her juice four times in one month, just because he hates running and refuses to race her
  • phoenix never forgets to water charley, even though his desk is a mess
  • sometimes phoenix looks at charley and smiles
  • most of the law books in the WAA are magic books in disguise
  • apollo is actually trucy’s magic assistant (albeit a somewhat unwilling one)
  • the detention center guard is better than athena at trivia
  • apollo keeps manga on his desk because “manga these days are super realistic and informative. i need them for research…”
  • according to athena, apollo gets prickly whenever klavier gavin comes up
  • athena’s theory about said prickliness is that apollo hates klavier because he’s beautiful
  • ema skye is finally a forensic investigator!!
  • she gave up snackoos. unless she is stressed, and then she does not give up snackoos.
  • apollo thinks trucy’s smile has a magical power that make it impossible for him to say no
  • as a result apollo spent hours making a dragon prop for her show
  • apollo is afraid of heights
  • i mentioned that in a previous post but guys. it’s really important. he’s really afraid of heights. poor darling
  • he had to get athena to hold his hand while they were investigating a high place because he thought he might faint
  • when apollo was told to say something snappy to the camera, he pointed and yelled “T-talk to the hand! KA-POW!”
  • phoenix. believes in. apollo justice
  • athena said that simon looks like a panda
  • dhurke had a cactus named apollo
  • apollo can’t swim
  • athena and apollo call phoenix “the turnabout terror”
  • pearls calls apollo “mr apollo”
  • apollo calls maya “ms fey”
  • phoenix “ninja’d” some back medicine into his pocket
  • edgeworth got sentimental because he was investigating a case side by side with phoenix
  • he then got very offended when phoenix pointed this out
  • phoenix suggested that edgeworth dye his hair black
  • edgeworth got very offended at this too
  • the return of the NGHOOOOOH
  • ahlbi described “a guy with two crops of hair sticking out of his forehead like antennae” and “this lady with a long bunch of hair that looked like a big, orange spider leg” and phoenix immediately identified them as sounding like apollo and athena
  • athena later got very offended at being called “spider hair”
  • PHOENIX BELIEVES IN APOLLO JUSTICE

cry totals on the new chapter:

apollo: 5
thalassa: 2 (ish)
klavier: 3 (ish)
hibiki: 1

total: 11-12

congrats jove you get the Holding It In prize

the most important part of the new chapter is jove asking apollo if klavier is straight and him immediately yelling NO in response even though he technically isnt sure

PACIFIC RIM SENTENCE STARTERS.

  • ‘  when i was a kid, whenever i’d feel small or lonely, i’d look up at the stars. wondered if there was life up there.  ‘
  • ‘  tens of thousands of lives were lost.  ‘
  • ‘  this was just the beginning.  ‘
  • ‘  to fight monsters, we created monsters of our own.  ‘
  • ‘  we got really good at it. winning.  ‘
  • ‘  hey, kid. don’t get cocky.  ‘
  • ‘  please, after you. age before beauty.  ‘
  • ‘  you know what i’m thinking.  ‘
  • ‘  worry about yourself, kiddo!  ‘
  • ‘  ___, listen to me!  ‘
  • ‘  suits and ties, flashy smiles. that’s all they are.  ‘
  • ‘  bad news: three guys died yesterday.  ‘
  • ‘  well, orders are orders. what else am i supposed to do?  ‘
  • ‘  took me a while to find you.  ‘
  • ‘  i can’t have anyone else in my head again. i’m done.  ‘
  • ‘  haven’t you heard? the world is coming to an end.  ‘
  • ‘  so where would you rather die? here, or ____?  ‘
  • ‘  oh, no, call me ___. only my mother calls me doctor.  ‘
  • ‘  he was 2,500 tons of awesome. or awful. you know, whatever you wanna call it.  ‘
  • ‘  shut up. i don’t love them, okay? i study them.  ‘
  • ‘  things have changed. we’re not an army anymore, we’re the resistance.  ‘
  • ‘  i didn’t know it was this bad.  ‘
  • ‘  sorry about your brother.  ‘
  • ‘  you haven’t told me what i’m doing here yet.  ‘
  • ‘  numbers do not lie. politics and poetry, promises, these are lies. numbers are as close as we get to the handwriting of god.  ‘
  • ‘  politics and poetry, promises, these are lies.  ‘
  • ‘  and this… is the point where he goes completely crazy.  ‘
  • ‘  fortune favors the brave, dude.  ‘
  • ‘  they won’t give you the equipment, and even if they did, you’d kill yourself.  ‘
  • ‘  she’s one of a kind now.  ‘
  • ‘  i think you’re unpredictable.  ‘
  • ‘  you take risks that endanger yourself and your crew. i don’t think you’re the right man for this mission.  ‘
  • ‘  wow. thank you for your honesty.  ‘
  • ‘  one day, you’re gonna see that in combat you make decisions. and you have to live with the consequences.  ‘
  • ‘  you promised me.  ‘
  • ‘  vengeance is like an open wound.  ‘
  • ‘  to me, you’re dead weight. you slow me down, i’m gonna drop you like a sack of shit.  ‘
  • ‘  i’ve raised him on my own. he’s a smart kid, but i never knew whether to give him a hug or a kick in the ass.  ‘
  • ‘  it’s a dialogue, not a fight.  ‘
  • ‘  better watch it.  ‘
  • ‘  i’m not crazy. you felt it, right?  ‘
  • ‘  this is worth fighting for.  ‘
  • ‘  if you’re listening to this, well, i’m either alive and i’ve proven what i’ve just done works, in which case, ha ha, i won. or i’m dead and i’d like you to know that it’s all your fault. it really is, you know, you drove me to this. in which case, ha, i also won. sort of.  ‘
  • ‘  are you gonna say anything?  ‘
  • ‘  you look good.  ‘
  • ‘  like when you blink your eyes over and over and over again and all you really see are like, frames. it was emotion.  ‘
  • ‘  i’m okay. just let me control it.  ‘
  • ‘  you are a goddamn disgrace. you’re gonna get us all killed.  ‘
  • ‘  why don’t you just do us all a favor and disappear? it’s the only thing you’re good at.  ‘
  • ‘  so, what, you’re grounding us?  ‘
  • ‘  one: don’t you ever touch me again. two: don’t you ever touch me again.  ‘
  • ‘  now, you have no idea who the hell i am or where i’ve come from, and i’m not about to tell you my whole life story.  ‘
  • ‘  you know, you live in someone else’s head for so long… the hardest part to deal with is the silence.  ‘
  • ‘  well, that’s classified. so i couldn’t tell you. even if i wanted to. but it is pretty cool, so i might tell you. i’m gonna tell you.  ‘
  • ‘  jesus, we can’t just sit here and watch them die.  ‘
  • ‘  let me in, i’m a doctor!  ‘
  • ‘  we have a choice here. we either sit and wait, or we take these flare guns and do something really stupid.  ‘
  • ‘  as harsh as it sounds, there is no time to celebrate. we lost people. no time to grieve.  ‘
  • ‘  how sick are you? and why didn’t you tell me?  ‘
  • ‘  i haven’t exactly had a very good day, okay?  ‘
  • ‘  we’re gonna own this bad boy!  ‘
  • ‘  by jove, we are going to own this thing for sure!  ‘
  • ‘  today, at the edge of our hope, at the end of our time, we have chosen not only to believe in ourselves, but in each other.  ‘
  • ‘  today we are canceling the apocalypse!  ‘
  • ‘  as for you, well, you’re easy. you’re an egotistical jerk with daddy issues. a simple puzzle i solved on day one.  ‘
  • ‘  i just don’t want to regret all the things that i never said out loud.  ‘
  • ‘  well, my father always said, if you have the shot, you take it. so let’s do this.  ‘
  • ‘  all i have to do is fall. anyone can fall.  ‘
  • ‘  i can’t find his pulse. i don’t think he’s breathing.  ‘
  • ‘  no. don’t go. please.  ‘
  • ‘  you’re squeezing me too tight. i couldn’t breathe.  ‘
  • ‘  where is my goddamn shoe?  ‘
3

❝ Everything became much brighter, and after a few steps they found themselves at the edge of the wood, looking down on a sandy beach. A few yards away a very calm sea was falling on the sand with such tiny ripples that it made hardly any sound. There was no land in sight and no clouds in the sky. The sun was about where it ought to be at ten o'clock in the morning, and the sea was a dazzling blue. They stood sniffing in the sea-smell.

“By Jove!” said Peter. “This is good enough.”

Five minutes later everyone was barefooted and wading in the cool clear water. ❞