|ATK (Min/Max)||DEF (Min/Max)||HP (Min/Max)|
|Ascension 0||482 / 803||232 / 371||1652 / 2719|
|Ascension 1||932 / 1472||417 / 650||3055 / 4848|
Destroys all Statues of Law within 2 surrounding clusters centered around 1 selected traversable tile, and generates a new Statue of Law on the selected tile with a level equal to the sum of all the destroyed Statues' levels. If no Statue of Law is detected within the range, generates a Lv. 1 Statue of Law on the selected tile instead.
Statues of Law levels within 1 surrounding cluster +1.
Statues of Law levels within 12 tiles in a diamond shape +1.
Statues of Law levels within 2 surrounding clusters +1.
There are no words in this special law codex. In fact, it is not for reading, but for "fighting." Only its owner knows how to use it.
Common Gift. Best effect when given to Lumopolis Aurorians. Thin, delicate sheet of silver as light as feather. A favorite in Lumopolis.
Common Gift. Best effect when given to forthright Aurorians. A specialty from the wasteland. Straightforward people enjoy this unique taste very much.
Valuable Gift. Best effect when given to Lumopolis Aurorians. Lumamber packaged in gold. The primary gem of high-society Lumopolis.
Valuable Gift. Best effect when given to forthright Aurorians. A box of tools for most crafting and repairing needs. A particular favorite of no-nonsense people.
A member of the Troy family of Lumopolis. But why is his seat so low for someone of such high birth? Perhaps the answer lies in his personality.
Nickname: Eye for an Eye
Birthday: March 27
Fighting Style: Steel Codex
How should we describe Judge's first day on the Colossus? Strictly speaking, he didn't give us any trouble, but %s and I have never met a judge like him before. As soon as he arrived, he handed out 23 verdicts to... hard-working Fireflies! He first said their flight routes were problematic, and then claimed that one of them was slacking off... Anyway, I asked someone to talk to Irridon, and she told us to simply ignore his verdicts. Well, that was that. I mean, even though his erratic verdicts were kind of troublesome, but they were... funny. It's not like they were real verdicts, anyway. And at least he's not the kind of Aurorian that likes to get into fights on the Colossus. So... I guess we don't mind having him here!
I can't believe this is the first time you're trying to say my name, poor you. Listen up, because I'm only going to say it once. My name is Shamash Troy. Do you know what's so special about it now? Just look at my last name! Repeat after me. T-r-o-y, Troy! Now you know why I'm so amazing. Anyway, hopefully you won't be jealous of my background, because it's brilliant! Anyway, take a seat because I'm about to start. The Dawn Academy really liked what they saw in me when I was young, and they let me in early. During a mock trial, I demonstrated my excellent knowledge as a lawyer. Not all were happy with the verdict, because I decided that the noble who killed his wife and child was not guilty. That was the result of the prosecution not providing any direct evidence! Just think about it, if it weren't for someone like me, who holds procedural justice in high regard, then who would the law REALLY be protecting? Hmm?
... Yes, those were Lord Otto's words when I was on the verge of a mental breakdown after I gave out my verdict. Even though it was just a mock trial, the result troubled me. I tried to look for consolation in legal tomes and old trials, during which I even wrote several books, but I was still plagued by one question: Whose rights was procedural justice protecting? I found my answers soon after graduation. In Lumopolis, to me, someone from the Troy family, procedural justice protects those who are needed by their family. During the mock trial, despite words of caution from Lord Otto, I insisted on giving a guilty verdict to the killer. But it was overturned because there was not enough evidence, and the killer even wrote a book about his experiences, making a ton of money. Lord Otto must have tampered with the evidence, because the killer was "useful" for the Troys.
Why are you so serious? You're not on trial! Relax. Isn't it nice to live every day happily? No stress, no dreams, just do whatever you want! Cigarettes rolled with pages from my book taste better than others! When I look at those who fight over the tiniest things, casting down random verdicts makes me happy. Unfair? No way! It's more important to be happy. After all, every verdict needs Irridon's signature anyway. Oh, and I hired quite a few sculptors to make a statue of me, because I love art! I mean, Death of a Ruler, Aurorian with a Broken Arm, The Roaring, Middle-Aged Guard with an Earring, the Last Chicken Dinner... you see? I have good taste. A good-for-nothing who has no dream? That's fine, because I don't care. I mean, there's still Irridon, right?
I'm Judge Jr. the esteemed. It is your honor to know me.
At your request, Irridon takes you to Judge's office. He's asleep, however, and is talking in his sleep...
Lumopolis residents struggle and work hard for their city, while the nobles sit on their thrones, indulging in excess.
A place without order that's only suitable for animals. But at least their magazine's not half-bad!
White Night up high! Long live Lumopolis, blessed be the nobles, for that shall lead us to prosperity! Bah.
Creatures that can't understand the law are so pitiful. Doomed to be defendants and never the prosecution.
Should I meet my end, at least I can trust Chief Judge Irridon. She's... different.
I see my past self whenever I look at Keating... Think I should team up with them? With me as the team leader, we could bring justice to the whole world!
The sound of a gavel pounding is the sound of justice itself... And it sounds especially wonderful when you bring it down on someone's head!
I only have one thing to say to people who understand the law, but are content to just talk about it instead of upholding it: "Please duly end your life."
Soroz is in violation of Article 1 of the Lumopolis Clear Skies Act, which I just wrote myself. Sorry, but I'll have to confiscate your Colossus.
Order, order! I will be holding a trial here shortly!
You need me to preside over a trial here? Not a chance! Oh... you don't need anything right now? Great! Now I can think up some new laws for the Colossus...
Court is adjourned.
Justice is served.
Prepare for trial.
A new year brings me new opportunities to serve justice for you.
I will serve as your witness.
How are you bound to this Colossus? By inheritance or through a legally-binding contract? Are the Fireflies individually protected as a result? Ugh, so many questions... Maybe I should just fine you and call it a day?
Time for a new law!
There was a case in which the plaintiff and his family were sentenced to exile, all because he burped in front of the judge while presenting his case. He died in exile, which opened an inquiry on the judge. I wonder how many people have died because of a single burp?
The number of cells available influences the severity of a judge's verdicts. While it does create problems for the execution of justice, at least one of the parties walks away satisfied.
Do Caelestites use their psychic abilities when sentencing others? Or do they use them to defend themselves while on trial? Although, if everything takes place inside one's mind, there'd be no need for words.
If your Fireflies were found to be sentient beings, wouldn't that make you guilty of enslaving them? You would be in violation of the law! To the courts, now!
Unfamiliar with the law? That's alright, I can recite anything you need to know. But whether or not it'll be useful is entirely up to you.
What's that? You think some of our laws are entirely impractical? Why, that's perfectly normal, considering the guys in Lumopolis are only concerned with writing the laws, not enforcing them.
If you ever need to hold a trial aboard the Colossus, I can fill just about every role you need: judge, prosecutor, and attorney! I can make sure you always win. Oh, but I'll leave the prosecuting to you, of course.
Have you noticed that the nicer the title, the more wrong it sounds? For instance, a "generous nobleman," a "loyal knight"... or "Lumopolis, the heart of civilization."
After seeing all of its wicked secrets hidden in the shadows, I sometimes wish that Lumopolis would just fall from its ivory tower and crash into the world below.
If we want to decide on laws aboard the Colossus, we need to get something straight first. Is it considered a living being or a territory? That's pretty important, you know!
The case I'm most proud of was when I helped a quarreling couple save their marriage from a hasty divorce. But for wasting my time, I made both parties pay a hefty fine anyway.
It's impossible for a law to account for every possible situation, which is why we rely on precedents or our own ideas to pass judgment at times. This is part of how Lumopolis keeps up with the times.
Rain or shine, it's always a good day for a trial! As a matter of fact, I just thought up—I mean, remembered—a new article of law and would like to test it out.
It's a little early for a trial, don't you think? If you have your materials ready, you can leave. I'm taking a break today.
Righteous trials and righteous conclusions are great and all... But nothing is more righteous than a hot cup of black coffee in the evening!
I'm beat. I even started pondering how to create justice and equality through laws... It looks like I need to get some rest.
Preserving justice and the law comes with a price, and to pay that price... it's always best to start with other people! That's why I'm here—to make sure you're not one of them!
I memorized an entire book of statutes when I was only 5 years old. That's how I was able to start school so early.
Back then, they said I was either a child prodigy, or the scariest future attorney they had ever seen.
I used to be someone who knew right from wrong, but after that day... I chose to close my eyes and cover my ears. Out of sight, out of mind.
I shall preside as judge.
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|1. HP increased by 200.|
|2. DEF increased by 25.|