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* The method in which Futaba gains her Persona is more evocative of the cast of ''[[Persona 4]]'' than other party members. Rather than having a mask to tear off, Futaba is forced to face a part of herself she was repressing (her true memories and her desire to live). When she finally admits, "I couldn't face myself," and accepts the truth, her Shadow even becomes her Persona, just like in ''Persona 4''.
 
* The method in which Futaba gains her Persona is more evocative of the cast of ''[[Persona 4]]'' than other party members. Rather than having a mask to tear off, Futaba is forced to face a part of herself she was repressing (her true memories and her desire to live). When she finally admits, "I couldn't face myself," and accepts the truth, her Shadow even becomes her Persona, just like in ''Persona 4''.
 
* Futaba can equip gear and both of her Personas have stats, but these have no confirmed effect whatsoever on gameplay.
 
* Futaba can equip gear and both of her Personas have stats, but these have no confirmed effect whatsoever on gameplay.
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* Futaba tap-danced at a live concert.
 
* Futaba appears in the first chapter of the ''[[Persona 5 (Manga)|Persona 5 manga]]'' during the time [[Protagonist (Persona 5)|Akira]] is at the Shibuya crosswalk after time freezes around him. However, due to this contradicting her character plot it could easily be a look alike or just a gag from the author.
 
* Futaba appears in the first chapter of the ''[[Persona 5 (Manga)|Persona 5 manga]]'' during the time [[Protagonist (Persona 5)|Akira]] is at the Shibuya crosswalk after time freezes around him. However, due to this contradicting her character plot it could easily be a look alike or just a gag from the author.
 
* Futaba's traits bear a resemblance to [[Hikari]]'s, as they were initially shut-ins that have extreme depression and self-destructive tendencies based on trauma with their beloved parents and relatives being responsible for at least a part of them, and the disorders resulted in the formation of at least one dungeon during their respective debut, with the cognitive existences of their parents acting as bosses at the dungeon that directly embodies their self-destructive desires. Once the cognitive existences of their parents were defeated, their distorted desires clear and they make a full rehabilitation. They also have extraordinary talents that are unusual for people around their age, being respectively computers and technology for Futaba and film production for Hikari. Futaba also makes comparisons with her past self and Hikari during the events of ''Persona Q2''.
 
* Futaba's traits bear a resemblance to [[Hikari]]'s, as they were initially shut-ins that have extreme depression and self-destructive tendencies based on trauma with their beloved parents and relatives being responsible for at least a part of them, and the disorders resulted in the formation of at least one dungeon during their respective debut, with the cognitive existences of their parents acting as bosses at the dungeon that directly embodies their self-destructive desires. Once the cognitive existences of their parents were defeated, their distorted desires clear and they make a full rehabilitation. They also have extraordinary talents that are unusual for people around their age, being respectively computers and technology for Futaba and film production for Hikari. Futaba also makes comparisons with her past self and Hikari during the events of ''Persona Q2''.
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