It has been my dream to become an astrolegist (*1).
Ever since the day my mother was tried as a witch for a crime she didn’t commit…
“Etoile, don’t you remember what you told me? You said you wanted to make it so no more false accusations result from a star hunt ever again.
You meant that, right? You want to save innocent people, right?
Isn’t that why you became an astrolegist?”
And thus I was greeted with my first start hunt.
I’d managed to buy some time by counterattacking the twin courtroom knights’
insidious attempts to interfere, but…
…if I didn’t find the real culprit by the next star hunt, then my client would…
“Then it’s time for Farnese, witch of justice, to shine!”
During an investigation, who should I come across but my old friend from childhood ten years ago… but why was she now a witch?!
“I came to help you determine the truth of this incident, Et!”
*Between Slide 2 and 3*
There I was, thinking it was a joke, when Farnese used her explosive magic at the crime scene to specify the witch’s constellation used in the crime!
But to think an actual witch would help me with the investigation for a star hunt, designed to sentence her very kind…
And thus, my tumultuous life as a court attorney began.
(*1 The Japanese word here is 占星弁護士, which roughly becomes “astrology lawyer”. For my translation here, I turned it into a play on words of “astrologist” and “legist”.)