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{{Character
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|occupation = [[Sirhan Dogen|Assassin]]'s guide dog
|occupation = Assassin's guide dog
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|birthday = Before Dec. 2000{{tt|*|alive during IS-7 Incident}}
|japanese = ''Kuro''
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|age = At least 18
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|ageref = The Grand Turnabout
|birthday = Before December 2000{{tt|*|alive during IS-7 Incident}}
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|status = Incarcerated with [[Sirhan Dogen|owner]] ([[The Grand Turnabout|Apr. 2019]])
|status = Alive
 
 
|eyes = Brown
 
|eyes = Brown
 
|hair = Black
 
|hair = Black
|friends = '''[[Ryōken Hōinbō]]''' (owner)
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|friends = '''[[Sirhan Dogen]]''' (owner; incarcerated)
|affiliates = '''[[Manosuke Naitō]]''' (saved from death) <br> '''[[Sōta Sarushiro]]''' (saved from death) <br> '''[[Miles Edgeworth]]''' (intense dislike)
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|affiliates = '''[[Horace Knightley]]''' (saved from death; deceased) <br> '''[[Simon Keyes]]''' (saved from death; arrested) <br> '''[[Miles Edgeworth]]''' (intense dislike)
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|japanese = 黒 (''Kuro'')
 
|debut = ''[[The Imprisoned Turnabout]]''
 
|debut = ''[[The Imprisoned Turnabout]]''
 
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'''Kuro''' is a large black dog that acts not only a guide dog to the blind assassin [[Ryōken Hōinbō]], but also as a weapon during his assassinations.
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'''Anubis''' is a large black guide dog owned by the blind assassin [[Sirhan Dogen]], and assists his owner during his hits. Anubis' collar has [[Dogen's Bells|a custom-made bell]] on it, with an identical one being attached to Dogen's knife prior to his arrest.
   
 
==Rescuer==
 
==Rescuer==
 
:''Main article: [[IS-7 Incident]]''
 
:''Main article: [[IS-7 Incident]]''
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[[File:SavedByAnAssassin.png|thumb|left|Saving Keyes and Knightley.]]
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On a particularly cold day in December 2000, Dogen and Anubis witnessed [[Simon Keyes|two]] [[Horace Knightley|boys]] trapped in a frozen car. They rescued the children, only to find that they suffered from amnesia from the trauma of their near-death experience. Dogen thus sent them to the nearby [[Happy Family Home]] orphanage.
   
==Jail dog==
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Six years later, in February 2007, Anubis accompanied Dogen as he [[SS-5 Incident|assassinated]] President [[Di-Jun Huang]] of [[Zheng Fa]] at the orphanage. Dogen's clients sought to betray the assassin and kill him, but with the help of [[Simon Keyes]], one of the boys whom Dogen and Anubis had rescued, they managed to escape.
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|name = Black dog
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|image = Kuro.png
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|description = According to [[Frank Sahwit|Sahwit]]'s testimony, the dog was biting [[Horace Knightley|the victim]]'s body. Barks at [[Miles Edgeworth|me]] a lot.
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|episode = ''[[The Imprisoned Turnabout]]''
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==Supplier dog==
 
:''Main article: [[The Imprisoned Turnabout]]''
 
:''Main article: [[The Imprisoned Turnabout]]''
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Dogen was eventually arrested and convicted for his crimes by prosecutor [[Miles Edgeworth]]. By this time, Keyes had run away from the orphanage, which had closed down. Dogen found that [[Patricia Roland]], the owner of the orphanage, was now a warden at his [[prison]], and blackmailed her into providing various goods for him and the other inmates. Roland would bring the goods to a well in the [[Courtyard (prison)|prison courtyard]] and spray perfume into the well as a signal for Anubis to arrive. The well was connected to the cell of [[Jay Elbird]], allowing the dog to carry the goods all the way back to [[Special cell|Dogen's cell]].
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[[File:Omnomnomnaito.png|thumb|left|Dragging Knightley's corpse.]]
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In March 2019, Anubis delivered the dead body of [[Horace Knightley]] to Dogen. He had been stabbed in the neck, with a small chisel protruding from the fatal wound. The assassin was surprised when he heard the bell from his knife, which was now attached to the chisel. Suspecting that he was being framed, Dogen had the dog take the body to [[Workroom A|one of the workrooms]], pull the chisel out there, and then bring it back to him. [[Frank Sahwit]], one of the prison inmates, spotted Anubis while he was pulling out the chisel and became frightened at the apparent sight of the dog biting Knightley to death.
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Knightley's murder prompted Miles Edgeworth to investigate, as he was the one who had Knightley [[Turnabout Target|arrested]]. He eventually met Anubis in the [[Hallway (prison)|prison's hallway]], with the dog's fierce barking frightening Edgeworth's companions, [[Kay Faraday]] and [[Raymond Shields]], into running away, though the prosecutor was merely startled. Although Dogen had Anubis hide the chisel in his mouth whenever he had visitors, Edgeworth eventually found the chisel anyway. However, since only Knightley's prints were on it, it was ruled out as the murder weapon, and Dogen was in turn ruled out as a suspect. Roland was eventually indicted for the murder.
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==Going on a walk==
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:''Main article: [[The Grand Turnabout]]''
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A week after the murder, Dogen and Anubis escaped from prison to look for Keyes. They found Edgeworth, who was looking for the mastermind behind several murders. They figured out that these two people were one and the same, and Dogen had Anubis leap on Edgeworth as a distraction so that he could escape. Dogen then appeared after Edgeworth exposed Keyes, in order to save his life from [[Shelly de Killer|another assassin]].
   
 
==Personality==
 
==Personality==
Kuro is just as intimidating and dangerous as his owner Hōinbō, to whom he is fiercely loyal. One individual to whom Kuro seems particularly antagonistic towards is [[Miles Edgeworth]], most likely due to the latter sending Hōinbō to prison; just about the only thing the prosecutor and the assassin's dog have in common is a shared icy glare. On the other hand, Kuro appears to be rather fond of [[Sōta Sarushiro]], likely due to Hōinbō's friendly relationship with his "acolyte" and from the time Kuro saved Sarushiro's life, but also perhaps because of the strong empathy with animals that Sarushiro demonstrates.
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[[File:Kuro.png|thumb|right|Mugshot.]]
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Anubis is just as intimidating and dangerous as his owner Dogen, to whom he is fiercely loyal. According to the assassin, Anubis knows the standard dog tricks, but also has alternate versions of them used during hits. For example, "roll over" would start with Anubis biting the victim's foot. Anubis also likes to leap on Dogen's back suddenly, as if attacking him. One individual toward whom Anubis seems particularly antagonistic is Miles Edgeworth; just about the only thing the prosecutor and the assassin's dog have in common is a shared icy glare.
   
 
==Name==
 
==Name==
 
* "''Kuro''" is [[Japan]]ese for "black".
 
* "''Kuro''" is [[Japan]]ese for "black".
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* His English name in the unofficial fan translation patch for ''[[Gyakuten Kenji 2]]'' is "Anubis", which comes from the name of [[Wikipedia:Anubis|the canine-headed ancient Egyptian god]] associated with mummification and the afterlife.
* Kuro's English name in the fan translation of ''[[Gyakuten Kenji 2]]'' is "Anubis", which comes from the name of the [[wikipedia:Anubis|jackal-headed ancient Egyptian god]] associated with mummification and the afterlife.
 
   
 
==Development==
 
==Development==
* Assuming that the Kuro who helped rescue [[Sōta Sarushiro]] and [[Manosuke Naitō]] during the [[IS-7 Incident]] was the same dog encountered by Miles Edgeworth, this would make him at least 18 years old. Such longevity is exceptionally rare in dogs, particularly larger breeds, but not entirely unheard of.
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* Assuming that the Anubis who helped rescue [[Simon Keyes]] and [[Horace Knightley]] during the [[IS-7 Incident]] was the same dog encountered by Miles Edgeworth, this would make him at least 18 years old. Such longevity is exceptionally rare in dogs, particularly larger breeds, but not entirely unheard of.
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* Anubis may be intended to be a [[Wikipedia:Tosa (dog)|Tosa]], which are also known as Japanese Mastiffs.
   
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Anubis is a large black guide dog owned by the blind assassin Sirhan Dogen, and assists his owner during his hits. Anubis' collar has a custom-made bell on it, with an identical one being attached to Dogen's knife prior to his arrest.

RescuerEdit

Main article: IS-7 Incident
SavedByAnAssassin

Saving Keyes and Knightley.

On a particularly cold day in December 2000, Dogen and Anubis witnessed two boys trapped in a frozen car. They rescued the children, only to find that they suffered from amnesia from the trauma of their near-death experience. Dogen thus sent them to the nearby Happy Family Home orphanage.

Six years later, in February 2007, Anubis accompanied Dogen as he assassinated President Di-Jun Huang of Zheng Fa at the orphanage. Dogen's clients sought to betray the assassin and kill him, but with the help of Simon Keyes, one of the boys whom Dogen and Anubis had rescued, they managed to escape.

Supplier dogEdit

Main article: The Imprisoned Turnabout

Dogen was eventually arrested and convicted for his crimes by prosecutor Miles Edgeworth. By this time, Keyes had run away from the orphanage, which had closed down. Dogen found that Patricia Roland, the owner of the orphanage, was now a warden at his prison, and blackmailed her into providing various goods for him and the other inmates. Roland would bring the goods to a well in the prison courtyard and spray perfume into the well as a signal for Anubis to arrive. The well was connected to the cell of Jay Elbird, allowing the dog to carry the goods all the way back to Dogen's cell.

Omnomnomnaito

Dragging Knightley's corpse.

In March 2019, Anubis delivered the dead body of Horace Knightley to Dogen. He had been stabbed in the neck, with a small chisel protruding from the fatal wound. The assassin was surprised when he heard the bell from his knife, which was now attached to the chisel. Suspecting that he was being framed, Dogen had the dog take the body to one of the workrooms, pull the chisel out there, and then bring it back to him. Frank Sahwit, one of the prison inmates, spotted Anubis while he was pulling out the chisel and became frightened at the apparent sight of the dog biting Knightley to death.

Knightley's murder prompted Miles Edgeworth to investigate, as he was the one who had Knightley arrested. He eventually met Anubis in the prison's hallway, with the dog's fierce barking frightening Edgeworth's companions, Kay Faraday and Raymond Shields, into running away, though the prosecutor was merely startled. Although Dogen had Anubis hide the chisel in his mouth whenever he had visitors, Edgeworth eventually found the chisel anyway. However, since only Knightley's prints were on it, it was ruled out as the murder weapon, and Dogen was in turn ruled out as a suspect. Roland was eventually indicted for the murder.

Going on a walkEdit

Main article: The Grand Turnabout

A week after the murder, Dogen and Anubis escaped from prison to look for Keyes. They found Edgeworth, who was looking for the mastermind behind several murders. They figured out that these two people were one and the same, and Dogen had Anubis leap on Edgeworth as a distraction so that he could escape. Dogen then appeared after Edgeworth exposed Keyes, in order to save his life from another assassin.

PersonalityEdit

Kuro

Mugshot.

Anubis is just as intimidating and dangerous as his owner Dogen, to whom he is fiercely loyal. According to the assassin, Anubis knows the standard dog tricks, but also has alternate versions of them used during hits. For example, "roll over" would start with Anubis biting the victim's foot. Anubis also likes to leap on Dogen's back suddenly, as if attacking him. One individual toward whom Anubis seems particularly antagonistic is Miles Edgeworth; just about the only thing the prosecutor and the assassin's dog have in common is a shared icy glare.

NameEdit

DevelopmentEdit

  • Assuming that the Anubis who helped rescue Simon Keyes and Horace Knightley during the IS-7 Incident was the same dog encountered by Miles Edgeworth, this would make him at least 18 years old. Such longevity is exceptionally rare in dogs, particularly larger breeds, but not entirely unheard of.
  • Anubis may be intended to be a Tosa, which are also known as Japanese Mastiffs.
Gyakuten Kenji 2 evidence
Turnabout Target Prosecutor's Badge · Newspaper Article · Steel Samurai Balloon · Swift's Tape Recorder · Bullet's Trajectory · Security Plans · Knightley's Revolver · Kay's Camera Data · Red Raincoat · Security Monitors · Bulletproof Attaché Case · Crime Scene Notes · Bulletproof Vest · Calling Card · Bloody Bullet
The Imprisoned Turnabout Prosecutor's Badge · Floor Plans · Crime Scene Notes · Chessboard · Rubber Glove · Rope · Bloodstained Sheet · Door Sensor · Prison Roll Call · Black Dog · Sahwit's Bracelet · Hound Piece · Prison Investigation · Wiped Floor · Knightley's Memo · Security Footage · Stolen Uniform · Knightley's Cell Key · Security Gate · Tunnel Footprints · Autopsy Report · Chisel · Dogen's Bells · Simon's Device · Circuit Breaker
The Inherited Turnabout Dec. 2000:
Attorney's Badge · Signet Crest · Crime Scene Notes · Jeff's Teapot · Contest Rules · Frame Fingermarks · Mansion Key · Rock Salt Lamp · Fake Desserts · Fluorescent Cloth · Chocolates · Instant Camera · Dover's Sherbet Salon · Delicia's Testimony · Semifinal Desserts · Angel's Recipe Book · Victim's Blood · Family Photo

Apr. 2019:
Prosecutor's Badge · IS-7 Incident File · Art Gallery Pamphlet · Winter Palace Photo · Pisces Sketch · Used Gas Burner · Fluorescent Cloth · Poison Gas · Angel's Recipe Book · Frame Fingermarks · Rock Salt Lamp · Family Photo · Teapot · Pottery Shard · Lift Trolley · Sketch of Beauties · Liquid Analysis Results · Chocolates · Statute of Limitations
The Forgotten Turnabout Prosecutor's Badge · Yatagarasu's Badge · Jammin' Ninja Mask · Letter · Ticket Stub · Purple Flower · Grand Tower Pamphlet · Kay's Memories · Candelabra · Keycard · Autopsy Report · Keycard Record · Victim's Letter · Stuffed Animal · Masks · Conductor's Clothes · Lotta's Photo · Lotta's Testimony · Blood on Hidden Lift · Costume Trunk · Meeting Room Blood · Red Raincoat · Jenson's Testimony · IS-7 Incident Documents
The Grand Turnabout Yatagarasu's Badge · Letter Sent by ??? · Grand Tower · Monster Movie Flyer · Combination Lock · Crime Scene Notes · Monster's Footprints · Moozilla's Head · Moozilla Doll · Commemorative Photo · Security Camera Photo · Lotta's Testimony · John's Practice Video · Blue Truck · Mechanic Gloves · IS-7 Incident Documents · Report on Knightley · Knightley's Legacy · Bug · Swift's Tape Recording · Bouquet · Sleeping Drug · SS-5 Documents · Fire · Jack Cameron's Autopsy Report · Cameron's Witness Testimony · Blood-soaked Button · Cameron's Photo · Victim's Shoes · Mysterious Blood · Child's Picture · Correspondence Chess Memo · Lion Balloon
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