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Lifting Spirits, Chapter 5

Characters: Simon Blackquill, Bobby Fulbright, the Phantom and super hipster therapist.
Fandom: Ace Attorney.
Pairings: Blackbright.
Warnings/rating: PG13ish themes and spoilers for Dual Destinies.
Summary: As paranoia continues to grow, Bobby and Simon finally talk about the incident that occurred two years ago. Meanwhile, the Phantom’s condition deteriorates and daddy issues are addressed.

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Lifting Spirits, Chapter 4

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Characters: The Phantom and his hipster therapist.
Fandom: Ace Attorney.
Pairings: Blackbright.
Warnings/rating: PG13ish themes and spoilers for Dual Destinies.
Summary: Despite the threat of de Killer, who could be lurking just in the shadows, the Phantom’s therapy continues. Will he be able to convince Benny that any trace of his old self is gone, or is his fate still set in stone?

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Oh my god, the therapist is so much of a hipster it’s kind of painful, but I can’t help but love him. XD
Also, it’s really interesting to see Lex’s thoughts about him. As the Phantom, I doubt there would have been much if any thought spared about the guy’s tastes and smartass remarks, and surely wouldn’t have been amused. Lex clearly has a different way of thinking, and it shows in a lot of different details. You’re writing the change just wonderfully.

I loved the nightmare! Poor Lex. No matter what, there is a trial awaiting and it may very well seal his fate. It must really feel like he has a sniper’s rifle pointed at him, so it’s no wonder the two things fused in the dream. The way he tried to reach out for Simon was really painful, too. In a twisted way, Blackquill was the first person to hold any importance to the Phantom for a long time.

Speaking of painful, the moment Benny started asking hard-hitting question was even worse. No wonder Lex would rather go back to small talk: that had to be much easier to handle, especially now that he feels guilt and there is no escaping it. Man, I can’t wait for things to get even worse, because I know they will. And I’ll be here cursing you and laughing at Lex’s pain at the same time. XD

To be honest, I think I was trying to set a challenge for myself by inserting a character like Benny. The challenge being: How many hipster traits can I work into a singular character? What defines a hipster and how do I show that off in a story? I think I’m doing okay…? Hahahaaah…

But yeah, the difference of views is actually something that Lex himself pondered over from the moment he met Benny and it was hilariously summarized in the mindset of ‘the Phantom would’ve snapped this guy in half, but Lex Luster will give him a chance’. The irony being, of course, that it’s Benny’s job to figure out whether there was a substantial change in identity and personality.

Ohoh yes, things will get worse. Things will get so much worse. Fu fu fu!~