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Sign Up for free (or Log In if you already have an account) to be able to post messages, change how messages are displayed, and view media in posts. I feel like they're in a position to hold their own without Phoenix and would be best used in a second Apollo-centric game.
And finally, each member of the Wright Anything Agency has been an assistant to another at some point. There you go all assistants listed for that sweet 100% Completion.
Known as The Comeback King and The Turnabout Terror.
One year after the events of , the legal world is entering the seventh year of "the dark age of the law": a vicious cycle of false charges and forged evidence, where prosecutors and lawyers seek victory at any ethical cost and public trust in the courts is at an all-time low.
The story follows three lawyers of the Wright Anything Agency: veteran Phoenix Wright, who has regained his badge after a long absence from the courtroom; his Hot-Blooded apprentice Apollo Justice; and newcomer Athena Cykes, an eager young rookie who uses analytical psychology to aid her cross-examinations.
ADDED: "Fifty Shades of Justice," "In Memoriam," and "Turnabout".
And if you're nitpicky, Dick Gumshoe, Edgeworth's other assistant in the games, is listed on the Detective's page as well.
Phoenix Wright (known as Nick to certain friends) is easy-going, good-natured, and intelligent.
Despite that last part, he usually ends up using bluffs, manipulation and general making things up in court.
At the very least, I'm hoping Apollo and Athena travel with Phoenix to not-Tibet. At most I could see Nick bringing Athena along but the Agency needs people back home to take cases so he'll keep them both there.
On top of that, from the sounds of things he didn't expect to take cases in this different country. Let's face it, Phoenix is the face of the franchise.