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Juror 5
"Cheap and convenient." One should expect nothing less from a cab.

The unnamed guild master of London's Coachmen's Guild was Juror 5 in the trial of Magnus McGilded for the murder of Mason Milverton.

McGilded's trial[]

Main article: The Adventure of the Runaway Room

As part of McGilded's jury.

The guild master was the fifth juror to vote guilty after hearing the testimonies of Beppo, Bruce Fairplay, and Lay D. Furst, since Beppo was one of his employees. However, a statement by the guild master regarding horse-drawn omnibus fares revealed a contradiction between the total fare collected by Beppo and the amount it should have been. The guild master then changed his vote, assuming that his employee had overcharged his passengers, although it was eventually revealed by defense attorney Ryunosuke Naruhodo that an additional person was present at the time of the murder. The guild master would go on to change his vote again after learning of missing tools from the omnibus. As the trial began to reach its conclusion, he wondered if the evidence was real or not.

Bellboy[]

Main article: Twisted Karma and His Last Bow

As a hotel bellboy.

Nine months after McGilded's trial, a man identical in appearance to the guild master was seen working as a bellboy at the Great Waterloo Hotel. He took a group picture of Naruhodo, Susato Mikotoba, Yujin Mikotoba, and Seishiro Jigoku.

Personality[]

The guild master is gruff, but proud of the service his coachmen provide. He carries a flask with him that he frequently drank from during the trial.

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