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Wright is a family name that may refer to:
- Phoenix Wright - renowned defense attorney.
- Trucy Wright - a young magician who is the adopted daughter of Phoenix Wright.
- 1992-3: Phoenix Wright is born.
- 2001: Phoenix Wright's class trial occurs.
- 2011: Trucy Wright is born.
- 2014-16: Phoenix becomes a defense attorney working under Mia Fey.
Other family membersEdit
Little mention is made of Phoenix Wright's direct biological family, other than a passing mention of his mother, and the fact that he has no siblings. Ryūnosuke Naruhodō, a defense attorney who lived in Japan during the Meiji period, was an ancestor of his.
- "Wright" is likely meant to have a similar effect to his Japanese surname (with lines such as "Isn't that right, Wright?").
- During Turnabout Memories, Phoenix introduces himself to Mia Fey as being "Wright... Like the flying brothers", referring to the Wright brothers.
- The Japanese equivalent, "Naruhodou" (成歩堂), is a reference toward the Japanese expression "naruhodo", which roughly means "I see", "I understand" or "indeed". It is usually used to agree with other people's ideas.