Arumajiki Yuumi

或真敷 優海

Arumajiki Yuumi
Arumajiki Yuumi或真敷 優海 
AliasesThalassa Gramarye, Thalassa Grimoire
Hair, Brown, Long
Eyes, Blue
Body, Pale, Young-adult
Clothes, Bracelet, Brooch, Dress, Earrings, Unusual Hair Ornaments
Role, Coworker, Daughter, Famous, Mother, Psychic, Widow, Wife
Subject of, Accident, Amnesia, Death, Fake Death
Visual novelsMakes an appearance - Apollo Justice Case 5 : Turnabout Substitution
Side character - Gyakuten Saiban 4

Description

Thalassa Gramarye was the daughter of renowned magician Magnifi Gramarye. She was a magician's assistant in Troupe Gramarye, until she was accidentally shot during a magic show rehearsal. Nobody knows for certain what became of her, but she is thought to be dead.

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When Thalassa Gramarye was young, she left Troupe Gramarye to marry a guest performer from one of their shows, having a son, Apollo, with him. A year later, her husband was tragically killed on stage. She then married one of the members of the troupe, Zak Gramarye, and they had a daughter, Trucy, together.

A few years later, during a rehearsal of "Zak & Valant's Quick-Draw Shootem", which required the use of prop pistols, Thalassa was shot. Her father quickly took charge to cover up the accident, to protect the Gramarye name. Zak and Valant believed Thalassa to be dead. However, she survived and ended up in the small European nation of Borginia. She lost her memory and her sight from the trauma, and thus she had to restart her life from scratch.

To make her living, Thalassa began singing in a small restaurant. She called herself "Lamiroir", and she performed with a young piano player, Machi Tobaye. Lamiroir stayed in Borginia until a producer discovered her, and she toured the world. However, the producer came up with the title "The Landscape Painter in Sound" before finding out that Lamiroir was blind, so to be able to continue to use the title, they agreed under contract that Tobaye would pose as the blind member of the duo. No one else knew about this except Lamiroir's bodyguard, Romein LeTouse.

Justice's defense inspired Lamiroir to go through with an eye operation, and she subsequently recovered her memory and her sight. However, Justice and Trucy continued to have no idea that they had seen their mother. Thalassa thanked Wright for all he had done, including allowing her to see her children and adopting Trucy. Phoenix asked whether she would reveal herself to them, and she replied that she would wait for the right moment.

Like all of Magnifi's descendants, she can utilize special-alloy bracelets to "perceive" subtle nervous habits. Thalassa gave Apollo one of her bracelets and left him to return to the Troupe (what became of Apollo prior to his court debut is unknown).

[Taken from her Ace Attorney Wiki page.]

Other instances

Lamiroir
Lamiroirラミロア 
Hair, Brown, Long
Eyes, Green
Body, Pale, Young-adult
Clothes, Dress, Robe, Scarf, Unusual Hair Ornaments
Personality, Mysterious, Pretending, Refined
Role, Famous, Painter, Singer
Subject of, Amnesia, Blindness, Hospitalization
Visual novelsSide character - Gyakuten Saiban 4

Description

Lamiroir is a famous singer from Borginia and a witness for the murder of her bodyguard, Romein LeTouse. She is particularly famous for the song "The Guitar's Serenade".

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Lamiroir's true identity is Thalassa Gramarye, daughter of Magnifi Gramarye. She was thought to be dead by many, but she had actually survived the rehearsal accident. However, she became a blind amnesiac as a result, and was forced to start her life over.

[Taken from her Ace Attorney Wiki page.]