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First encounters with NaruhodōEdit
- Main article: The Adventure of the Great Departure
Susato Mikotoba first appeared to Ryūnosuke Naruhodō with Yūjin when Naruhodō got arrested for the murder of John Watson. Yūjin told Kazuma Asōgi to go see the judge in his chambers, since Asōgi sent an application for a change of the defense attorney fairly recently, that it caused some disarray. Susato accompanied Asōgi to the Judge's chambers.
She later appeared when detective Satoru Hosonaga stated that no poison was found in the bottle of carbonated water Watson had. Before she could be thrown out of the courtroom, she gave Asōgi and Naruhodō the research notes of Jezail Brett, an exchange student of Watson's who was also a witness. They requested to look at the notes after finding out that Brett was researching a poison called curare that Japan had no current methods to detect. Eventually, Jezail Brett was revealed to be the true killer of John Watson.
Before getting ready to accompany Asōgi for his trip abroad in England, Susato cleaned out her father's office. She saw a box with that said "Hound of the Baskervilles" on it, but when her father arrived he told her never to tell anyone about what she saw.
- Main article: The Adventure of the Unbreakable Speckled Band
Susato later accompanied Asōgi on the S.S. Alaclaire to London for his study abroad so she could practice being a judicial assistant. But half a month into their voyage, Asōgi was somehow killed. Susato was angry when Naruhodō was discovered inside Asōgi's closet and accused him for murdering his friend. When the stowaway begged to plead his case and prove his innocence, she agreed under the condition that she would keep a close eye on him.
Eventually, the two met Sherlock Holmes, whom Susato recognized as the star of the short stories in Great Britain's Strand magazine. She was very estatic to meet the Great Detective as she was an avid fan of the short stories. But when Holmes conducted his first deduction about Grimesby Roylott and was drastically off, Susato prompted Naruhodō to correct the detective's mistakes, which led to the revelation that Roylott was actually a runaway ballerina, Nikomina Borschevic. Later, after Holmes made another wrong deduction, this time on Borschevic's missing pet snake, Susato quickly pointed out the flaws, which led to her encouraging Naruhodō to help the detective again and found that Borschevic was missing her cat. In the end, it was discovered that the ballerina was Asōgi's true killer. When Borschevic reasoned that the attorney was about to call the sailor and that she would have been exposed, Susato disagreed with her, believing that Asōgi was going to introduce her to Naruhodō as a fellow stowaway. After Borschevic was arrested, Susato and Naruhodō were informed by Hosonaga that they had to return to Japan as there was no longer an attorney to travel to London. When Naruhodō volunteered to take Asōgi's place, Susato decided to help him study British law as much as he could before their arrival.
Unbeknownst to Susato and Naruhodō, Asōgi was still alive but had lost his memories, and Holmes had faked his death to send him back to Japan but to no avail.
As Naruhodō's assistantEdit
First trial in LondonEdit
- Main article: The Adventure of the Runaway Room
Defending a fellow JapaneseEdit
Return to JapanEdit
- Main article: The Adventure of the Unspeakable Story
Acting Defense AttorneyEdit
- Main article: The Adventure of the Blossoming Attorney
When Susato returned to Japan, she found out that her dear friend Haori Murasame was accused of murdering Jezail Brett. Wanting to help her friend, Susato decided to pretend to be Ryūtarō Naruhodō, Ryūnosuke's cousin.
Return to EnglandEdit
- Main article: The Return of the Great Departed Soul
On default circumstances, Susato would have the personality similar to a typical Yamato Nadeshiko. However, as Susato finds herself slowly growing closer to other people, she would begin to assume a much more cutesy and casual way of speaking, which includes her speaking in third person. She also has a fondness for reading and likes to learn, and is highly intelligent. However when she is suspicious, she does not let her personal feelings rule over her train of thought, hence still suspecting Naruhodo in The Adventure of the Unbreakable Speckled Band. Susato is also shown to be quite strong in a physical sense, having performed several "Susato Throw"s and "Susato Drop"s on Ryūnosuke Naruhodō.
Susato Mikotoba is designed around the yamato nadeshiko archetype, with a somewhat believable, but ultimately impossible, hairstyle. Overall, her design is fairly subdued to contrast with Sherlock Holmes and Iris Watson. It can also be noted that her outfit draws inspiration from the typical Meiji period jōgakusei image, which consisted of mainly a kimono, hakama, and boots.
- ↑ "Twitter / nurikazu_: え～、りゅうのすけ168、あそうぎ174、すさと153、ほーむず183、あいりす120、じーな160cm…となっております。 オマケで…ほそなが178、ばんじーくす192、ボルテックス196cmでございます。あくまで僕のなかでですが。" Twitter. 2015-12-15. Retrieved 2015-12-23.
- ↑ Meiji-Era Ace Attorney Game to Bundle Sherlock Briefcase. April 6, 2015. Anime News Network. Retrieved on April 16, 2015.
- ↑ Official site (Japanese). April 24, 2014. Retrieved on April 24, 2014.
- ↑ Ash. Capcom Legends interview with Nuri (art director DGS). Court Records Forums. Retrieved 2015-07-26.
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