Grew Up... with her father. Kay Faraday is the daughter of prosecutor Byrne Faraday. She was raised by him and her “Uncle” Tyrell Badd until Byrne was murdered during a trial.
Living... in Los Angeles. After spending years abroad with her mom and other relatives, Kay eventually returned to Los Angeles after searching through some of her father’s old belongings.
Profession... Yatagarasu. Kay is the second person to adopt the identity of the “Yatagarasu,” or “Great Thief.” Acting more like a vigilante, she investigates using a “Little Thief,” a device that creates holographic simulations.
Interests... the truth. As the Yatagarasu, finding the truth is Kay’s biggest priority. As she says, “Even in the depths of night, when no other bird dares to take flight, one alone soars to shine the light of righteousness on the world's blight! And that one is me! For I am the Great Thief, Yatagarasu!”
Relationship Status... single. She has time since she’s still just a teenager. Romance aside, Kay has known prosecutor Miles Edgeworth since she was a child. She even sneezed into his cravat after hearing about her father’s murder. So when she returns to L.A., she is very interested in assisting him.
Challenge... fighting the Prosecutorial Investigation Committee. Mysteries still surround the murder of Byrne Faraday, and with Edgeworth’s legal help, Kay is determined to solve them. But this makes them the enemy of both an international smuggling ring along with the entire Prosecutorial Investigation Committee.
Personality... curious. Kay is a snoopy teenager who believes she is fighting for truth and justice while the courts are not.
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