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Each character in this category is the primary party responsible for an incident investigated by the player in the course of playing an ''[[Ace Attorney]]'' game, including suicides and accidents. Neither assassins nor accomplices count as the primary guilty party, and episodes can have more than one case.<!-- Temporary description based on Forum:Notability of events. May change in form (though probably not substance) pending a possible revamp of incident/case/episode pages. -->
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A culprit is the primary party responsible for an event that is the subject of the central mystery of a case, as defined in [[:Category:Cases]]. Due to the narrative structure of ''[[Ace Attorney]]'' games, culprits tend to serve as the primary antagonists of each ''Ace Attorney'' game episode, though the occasional instance exists of game episodes involving multiple cases with different culprits. Culprits may be aided by accomplices, which have a [[:Category:Accomplices|separate category]]. Assassins count as accomplices, with their clients being considered the culprits.
 
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[[Category:Antagonists]]

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A culprit is the primary party responsible for an event that is the subject of the central mystery of a case, as defined in Category:Cases. Due to the narrative structure of Ace Attorney games, culprits tend to serve as the primary antagonists of each Ace Attorney game episode, though the occasional instance exists of game episodes involving multiple cases with different culprits. Culprits may be aided by accomplices, which have a separate category. Assassins count as accomplices, with their clients being considered the culprits.

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