Recently, I bought a copy of 'Phoenix Wright, Ace Attorney: Justice for All'. After completing the second case, it struck me; "Why don't we [members of KG] rig up our own fictional court drama, based in our already existing KG realm?"
The idea is this: We have someone come up with the script, maybe have a second person with them to help them along (feasibility, grammar, typos, whatever fresh eyes can do).
Next, we assign the roles for the Judge, the Prosecutor, and the Attorney, and the Defendant. Witness roles will be assigned as the script requests. Anyone not given a role is assumed to be part of the jury or audience (I haven't fully determined who those mumbling people are in the stands yet ). Jury members do nothing but mumble; however your role is still important! your mumbling will place a stress on the acting participants in the court! Plus you give the judge some reason to madly swing about his Gavel .
Now then, here's where it gets interesting: Only the people that wrote out the script for the case should know what the final verdict is throughout the entire case. That's right, all participants will start off with a blank slate; and should only know the back story to the case. It will be up to them to piece together the author's puzzle and solve the case. How this will be managed will be mentioned later.
So, I'm gonna pop the question: How many of you here would be interested in participating in this game?
and, unless anyone else requests it, I'll write up the case myself in the mean time.
TJ (my recommendation)
Can be a witness or jury member. As a jury member, you will be left with the decision on the defendant's guiltiness. As a witness, you will be given an alibi to work with, and the Attorney and/or Prosecutor may call you to the stand to testify.
Edited by Fufufu, 22 March 2008 - 11:11 PM.