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Hey. Look, I hate to be "that guy", but I had to correct your edit when you said "When you discover that Iris has a twin sister". The rules of the wikia do state that a description needs to be in-universe unless otherwise stated (so, in this case, Phoenix Wright discovers this, not "you"), and even then, another rule that extends across all wikias I've been on says that the game's player should never be refered to as "you", because this is an encyclopedia, not a walkthrough. I hope you understand this, and I apologise if I sound like a jerk for saying this. CrashBash (talk) 20:08, November 20, 2015 (UTC)
- Actually, the Notes sections of pages can be generally be safely written in an out-of-universe style, as they tend to talk about stuff like patterns, errors, themes, and the like in the Ace Attorney series. Other entries in the Notes section of Bridge to the Turnabout, like the one about Psyche-Locks, even refer to other episodes by name, rather than in-universe-ify them (e.g., The Stolen Turnabout, rather than "the Mask☆DeMasque trials"). That said, using something like "the player" or the protagonist's name instead of "you" for edits in such sections does tend to look and sound better! - Strabo412 (talk) 22:53, November 20, 2015 (UTC)