Box stuff: My name is Hershel Layton. I’m currently employed as an assistant professor at Gressenheller University. The baby I’m holding is the eldest (can also be read as only) son of my good friend, Clark Triton.
Layton thinking: I don’t think Brenda is going to come back anytime soon….
Box thing: Of course I came to congratulate them on his delivery, but…why am I stuck being this fake sitter?
(Luke is making adorable baby breathing noises btw)
Thank you Tea-Eyes for the Translation ALL CREDIT GOES TO HER
all their faces
Mia & Maya Fey: 10 years apart
Lana & Ema Skye: 13 years apart
Iris Hawthorne & Pearl Fey: 16 years apart
Apollo Justice & Trucy Wright: 8 years apart
Kristoph & Klavier Gavin: 8 years apart
Aura & Simon Blackquill: 9 years apart
Heck the only siblings that doesn’t have a huge age difference is Morgan & Misty Fey and even then Morgans age is ???, yeah.
this is how the end of a semester feels
This crossover is made better by Pikachus
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Luke is a terrible liar
I’ve always wanted an Emmy Altava spin off witch takes place during the original Layton trilogy (and one mission that takes place after it), exploring what her pre-Bronev life was like, and what ever happened to Emmy’s parents
Pokemon and the Unwound Future
Okay but seriously this is realistically what 90% of life as a traveling Pokemon Trainer really is like. Were it not for the Pokemon Centers you’d have a bunch of ten year olds scrounging for nuts and berries in the woods, getting sick, and probably dying of food poisoning or dysentery. Ash was smart though. If he could find somebody who could cook, he knew he was golden (see: Brock, Tracy, Brock [again] and now Cilan.) The kid may not have been smart by traditional standards, but damn if he wasn’t clever enough to surround himself with people who could make up for his deficiencies.
Also see: Why Team Rocket’s motivation tends to shift from Pikachu to food.