In Episode 3 of The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles, the trial of Magnus McGilded is repeated back and forth, with each of those present rapidly changing their minds at the turn of every new detail that comes out. At some point, the entire trial falls on one of six jurors who is about to plead McGilded guilty. But before it’s done, Ryunosuke interrupts her and announces that the victim Mason came to the summary story in a different way than was previously known. Here’s how to prove to the court that there is another “entrance” to the omnibus in The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles’ Adventure Room.
After hearing the testimonies of McGilded and Gina Lestrade, it is possible to find out where the victim is after Lestrade says that the bus door never opened so that someone could board after McGilded boarded. This leads to several new possibilities for what happened. When you tell the court in the game how the victim got into the carriage, select “There’s another entrance.”
When we hear that, everyone will be confused, because to this point it was believed that Mason and McGilded were on the bus at the same time. It is difficult to imagine another entrance into which the victim would enter, because the windows do not open and there is only one door to the carriage. When the judge warns you at the second entrance, point to the skylight.
Lestrade and McGilded said that after the stab, there was a loud banging of the body on the floor. However, falling from the seat would not make such a loud sound, which means that a more significant drop will be needed to wake McGilded and scream Lestrade, who was hiding in the closet. This is challenged by two of the witnesses from the earlier trial, Fairplay and Furst.