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[[File:185px-PL1_Art1.png|thumb|200px|The portrait of the late Baron Reinhold.]]
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{{Quote|The Reinhold family treasure, the [[Golden Apple]], is hidden somewhere within this [[St Mystere|village]]. To whomever successfully locates this treasure, I offer the whole of my estate.|The contents on Baron Augustus Reinhold's will|Professor Layton and the Curious Village}}
'''Baron Augustus Reinhold''' is a character appearing in ''[[Professor Layton and the Curious Village]]''. He died, however, before the events of the game transpired. He has a large stature and a big bushy beard. He, though, is quite a perplexing individual as he was very intelligent and quite kind. Layton even makes a quip as to how he wanted to meet the baron before his untimely demise.
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|name = Augustus Reinhold
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|image = [[File:185px-PL1_Art1.png|300px]]
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|role = Major Character
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|appearances = CV
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|noncanon =
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|englishvoice = ''No voiced dialogue''
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|japanvoice = ''No voiced dialogue''
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|hometown = [[St. Mystere]]
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|occupation = Former Baron of St. Mystere
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|alias = Gus{{tt|By Archibald}}
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|gender = Male
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|species = Human
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|haircolor = Brown
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|eyecolor = Black
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|father =
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|mother =
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|partner =
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* [[Lady Violet Reinhold|Violet Reinhold]]{{tt|Deceased}}
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* [[Lady Dahlia Reinhold|Dahlia Reinhold]]{{tt|Robotic wife}}
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|siblings = [[Gordon Reinhold]]{{tt|Robotic brother}}
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|offspring = [[Flora Reinhold]]
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|family =
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|others =
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* [[Simon Reinhold]]{{tt|Robotic nephew}}
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* [[Archibald]]{{tt|Friend}}
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* [[Bruno]]{{tt|Friend, Employee}}
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* [[Matthew]]{{tt|Employee}}
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* [[Ramon]]{{tt|employee}}
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* [[Ingrid]]{{tt|Former employee}}
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|jpname = {{jpname|アレン・ラインフォード|Allen Rainford}}
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|frname = Baron Augustus Reinhold
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|dename = Baron Augustus Reinhold
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|esname = Barón Augustus Reinhold
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|itname = Barone Augustus Reinhold
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|nlname =
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|korname = 라인포드
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}}
   
==In game==
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'''Baron Augustus Reinhold''' is a major character in ''[[Professor Layton and the Curious Village]]''. He was the baron of [[St. Mystere]] and [[Flora Reinhold|Flora's]] father, before his death a few years prior to the events of the game.
   
Baron does not actually appear in the game itself. He is, however, frequently referenced and talked about. He is refered to as the Late Baron Reinhold many a time in the game. Throughout the game's storyline, Layton and Luke go to the Reinhold Manor many times. It is in this building Baron Reinhold's family is pondering about the treasure he left behind.
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==Biography==
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===Appearance===
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The baron was seen in flashbacks wearing a white shirt with lace and a bow tie, gray pants, and gray and black shoes. He also wore a red coat with blue trimming.
   
===A Loving Father===
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===Personality===
   
Baron Reinhold loved his daughter, Flora, very much so. He believed that to keep her safe he must build a village to protect her. He set out with one of his good and long-time friends named Bruno. Bruno had experience building and constructing machines. It was this expertise that got him hired to build the reidendts of this fair city. After all, the heart of a town is the people in it. A small bit west of Reinhold Manor, a small village emerged. It's name was St. Mystere. Some time in the game, a little girl is found a few times. She is, in fact, revealed as Flora, the late baron's only daughter.
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==Plot==
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{{spoilers}}
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===Pre-Game Life===
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While the baron's daughter, Flora, was still very young, his wife, [[Lady Violet Reinhold|Violet]] died from influenza. After cheering up after her death, he vowed to love Flora as much as he had loved his wife, and cared for her greatly.
   
===Flora===
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Only a few years later, he found out that he was terminally ill. Knowing that his time was running out, he decided to build a village to protect her from the outside world until she could be cared for properly. Along with his long-time friend [[Bruno]], who had experience building and constructing machines, he began his work. They built the village of St. Mystere and its residents. The robots that populated the town were built to be puzzle enthusiasts in order to test anyone who came there. The person he was looking for to take care of Flora needed to be smart enough to pass through the riddles set before them.
   
Flora knew everything about the city, but possibly that all of the residents of St. Mystere. The baron wanted to hide some fo the terrible outside world from Flora until one day, when a man who could raise her properly. The person he was looking for not only had to be smart enough to pass through the riddles set before them, but also had to make Flora smile again. Flora found Layton, who passed each test he was given, as well as even saving Flora's life.
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===''[[Professor Layton and the Curious Village]]''===
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When Luke unlocked the door to the hidden room in [[Reinhold Manor]], he, Flora, and [[Professor Hershel Layton|Professor Layton]] found piles of gold. A voice recording of the baron stated that taking the treasure will result in a complete shutdown of the village, including the robot residents. The baron wanted Layton to close St. Mystere forever, but Layton said it was Flora's choice. With her kind heart, Flora decided not take her inheritance and leave the village as it is, as thanks for the villagers' care.
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{{endspoilers}}
   
====The Golden Apple, Herself====
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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Baron Reinholds Grave.png|The baron in his coffin.
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</gallery>
   
Near the end of the game, Layton saves Flora's life when Don Paolo uses some sort of flying apparatus to destroy the looming tower above St. Mystere, where Flora had been staying the whole time. After the staircase down the tower is destroyed, Layton builds a glider and they flee the tower, but just barely. A birthmark of an apple then appears on the bottom of Flora's neck. This was the key to unlocking the door to Baron Reinhold's lost treasure inside of the manor. Baron Reinhold talks to Layton as he is pondering whether to take this treasure or not. Reinhold states that taking the money will result in shutting everything in town down. That included the villagers that Flora held so dear. Reinhold wanted Layton to shut the book on St. Mystere forever, but Layton refused and wanted Flora to make the decision. With her kind heart, Flora decided to keep the village at bay and not take the secret Reinhold treasure.Then Flora leaves St. Mystere with Layton and Luke in the Laytonmobile, saddened.
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==Media==
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===Music===
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{{Musicfile
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|name=Baron Reinhold
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|file=CV-Baron Reinhold.ogg
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|length=2m44s}}
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==Profile==
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[[File:PL1Profile34.png|140px|left]]
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''The late Baron Reinhold created St. Mystere and all its inhabitants for his daughter Flora. His love for Flora was so great, he devised an elaborate scheme to ensure that she wouldn't be alone after his death.''
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{{DEFAULTSORT:Augustus Reinhold}}
   
==Images==
 
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Image:PL1Profile34.png|Profile in ''the Curious Village''.
 
185px-Baron_Reinholds_Grab.png|The Baron on his Death Bed
 
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Latest revision as of 12:05, August 10, 2014

"The Reinhold family treasure, the Golden Apple, is hidden somewhere within this village. To whomever successfully locates this treasure, I offer the whole of my estate."
— The contents on Baron Augustus Reinhold's will, Professor Layton and the Curious Village

Baron Augustus Reinhold is a major character in Professor Layton and the Curious Village. He was the baron of St. Mystere and Flora's father, before his death a few years prior to the events of the game.

BiographyEdit

AppearanceEdit

The baron was seen in flashbacks wearing a white shirt with lace and a bow tie, gray pants, and gray and black shoes. He also wore a red coat with blue trimming.

PersonalityEdit

PlotEdit

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Pre-Game LifeEdit

While the baron's daughter, Flora, was still very young, his wife, Violet died from influenza. After cheering up after her death, he vowed to love Flora as much as he had loved his wife, and cared for her greatly.

Only a few years later, he found out that he was terminally ill. Knowing that his time was running out, he decided to build a village to protect her from the outside world until she could be cared for properly. Along with his long-time friend Bruno, who had experience building and constructing machines, he began his work. They built the village of St. Mystere and its residents. The robots that populated the town were built to be puzzle enthusiasts in order to test anyone who came there. The person he was looking for to take care of Flora needed to be smart enough to pass through the riddles set before them.

Professor Layton and the Curious VillageEdit

When Luke unlocked the door to the hidden room in Reinhold Manor, he, Flora, and Professor Layton found piles of gold. A voice recording of the baron stated that taking the treasure will result in a complete shutdown of the village, including the robot residents. The baron wanted Layton to close St. Mystere forever, but Layton said it was Flora's choice. With her kind heart, Flora decided not take her inheritance and leave the village as it is, as thanks for the villagers' care.

GalleryEdit

MediaEdit

MusicEdit

Audioplayer

Baron Reinhold
CV-Baron Reinhold
Length: 2m44s

ProfileEdit

PL1Profile34

The late Baron Reinhold created St. Mystere and all its inhabitants for his daughter Flora. His love for Flora was so great, he devised an elaborate scheme to ensure that she wouldn't be alone after his death.

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