It was my main one until I got the Nerscylla, which means it lasted quite long. Nice defense and +20HP is always good. At this time I was already using Charge Blade, but not this one, this one came a bit later in the game - Dear Lutemis - I was using the previous to the upgrade, it was called Defender's Blade.
(Low quality due to a picture taken from my 3DS screen :P)
This one I did just because looked nice - my character looks so damn cute with it lol -, I never actually used this set except to redo some quests for fun. I've picked this Long Sword because it looks cool along with it. It's not the Kecha Long Sword, but it suited better my tastes than the actual one.
Quite a nice video. I'm going to add some things I noted when playing Dual Destinies.
You can extend the "Dark Age of The Law" to other games too. From the first game: Manfred not only murdered someone, but he forged evidence and manipulated witnesses, and he was also the "I'M A BOSS" prosecutor (remember Rise From The Ashes that is mentioned Manfred won several times the Best Prosecutor award), if someone was the image of "Dark Age of The Law" it was him, but by the time of Dual Destinies he was already dead (duuuhh). Another character that could be somewhat the image of that theme would be Damon Gant, maaaaaan, what an amazing villain he was. Damon Gant was able to manipulate every single piece of evidence that was presented in courtrooms, given he is the Detective Chief and every evidence must go through the police, and he did it in SL-9 case, he even blackmailed Lana Skye (chief prosecutor) for YEARS! And yeah, don't forget that Lana - F* CHIEF PROSECUTOR - was guilty of murder accomplice.
From the second game: Shelly De Killer. I bet you remember him. And you also remember you listened to a contract killer testimony. And you may also remember that you had to defend someone guilty of murder or to see Maya murdered too. "Dark Age of The Law"? According to Dual Destinies: not yet!!
Moving a bit forward, in Trials and Tribulations, Godot (also a prosecutor AND a defense attorney) was found guilty of murder, and it didn't change a thing. In Apollo Justice, Drew/Sara Misham were found out to stalk Phoenix and forge evidence, but no one bat an eye, Kristoph forged evidence and no one cared. I can give the fact that Phoenix losing his attorney badge due to forged evidence could have contributed (given that he was the legendary attorney that beat Manfred, Franziska, Miles and Godot on court), but seriously, Blackquill? He was nothing until Dual Destinies. Not to comment that in Ace Attorney Investigations an ambassador, who was also a national hero, was found out to be a murderer and used his extra territorial powers to not be caught.
Well, quite a large comment haha. I know some of what I mentioned cannot be considered "The Dark Age of The Law" by some, but I really think they were more "Dark" than the Dual Destinies cases. I really liked the Dual Destinies game actually, Athena was a great character for me, Apollo was quite cool, Klavier is a character I really like and his reappearance was great. Case 03 and Case 05 are somewhat tied as my favorite cases on the game, Case 03 had a pretty interesting development, sure was a confusing ending, but overall I liked it, nice to mention, that at this moment I was thinking this "Dark Age of The Law" was actually coming from that school, that what I mentioned above was starting to be spread among law students and they were creating lots of new "Manfreds" haha. Case 05 was pretty cool, I really enjoyed when Maya sent the letter, Pearl delivered it and to finish it all, Miles appeared on his red car haha. Would it be not for the boring ending it would be a really memorable case. It had potential to be a way better game if it wasn't for all the "Dark Age of The Law" thing. I think that's enough of a G+ post/YT comment, huh?
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