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Marlon Rimes is a villain in the 2013 3DS video game Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies.
He rush over to attempt to stop him, but accidentally fell into the empty pool in the process.
She would send videos of her training with the aquarium orca, Ora Shipley, to Marlon very often via phone.
Prior to the case, Marlon Rimes was dating a girl named Azura Summers, who worked at the aquarium.
He is an aquarist at the Shipshape Aquarium who hated Orla the orca because he believed her to be responsible for the death of his girlfriend.
Specifically, he is the main antagonist of the DLC case Turnabout Reclaimed.
He continues to claim the Orla killed the owner, and also claims the Wright had no proof of her innocence (Berating him in the process).
This Article Contains Spoilers - WARNING: This article contains major spoilers. During this time, he met, and got to know Sasha Buckler, who is Ora's new trainer and the former understudy of his girlfriend Azura Summer. Orla, the aquarium new star ocra, was hoisted to the show pool for her trainer Buckler to clean the pool. Believing it to be the same ocra that apparently killed his girlfriend, Marlon took this opportunity to kill the ocra, and begins to drain the pool's water to suffocate her.
If you do not wish to know vital information on plot / character elements in a story, you may not wish to read beyond this warning: We hold no responsibility for any negative effects these facts may have on your enjoyment of said media should you continue. Still wanting revenge, he waited for the right moment to kill the ocra to avoid having Sasha suffer the same fate as Azura. Jack Shipley, the owner of the aquarium, saw what Marlon was attempting to do as the pool was almost out of water.
During the show, however, Summers suddenly fell motionless into the pool.
A year later, Marlon decided to attend one of her shows called "Swashbuckler Spectacular" at the aquarium.
Horrified by the death he unintentionally called, Marlon came up with a new plan to get rid of the ocra: to frame the ocra for the death of the owner.