Now there’s no disrespect for those who made Persona 5 but is there anyone else who thinks that Prometheus in Persona 5 should be named after the Greek Titan who held the heavens Atlas?
This is an addition to a post I made a week ago or so about how your choices effect your friends ultimate persona. You the trickster are dragged into a bet between two gods, an evil one convinced mortals will always fall into corruption, and a good one that believes that not all humans are born to rot. Throughout the campaign each god will constantly interact and push the character into making decisions to prove one of them right, this coincides with the persona post that your friends ultimate persona change to the course you walk. Your own ultimate persona being a balancer God that keeps things equal. The end boss is the God you didn't help, making the bad ending siding with evil, the good ending siding with good, and true ending where you must fight both because you never tipped the scale to eithers favor, this makes your companions ultimate personas what their ment to be. A true representation of their own character
I know there's no confirmation for a P6 but I just had this thought. Ultimate persona are (at least in the last few installations) born from a new resolve of character development. What if you the player influenced it beyond just developing bonds that are set in stone for the story. What if your actions changed the end result ultimate persona, like if you voiced out negative responses or violent actions your companions ultimate persona would "corrupt" as they accept the destructive choices. But if you were the hero the whole time with no negative effects at all then the ultimate persona would reflect the ideology of righteous justice. And even a neutral where it's somewhere between the dark and light. When you'd roleplay the character to be like an anti-hero where your bad action were backed by good intent
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