Profile[edit | edit source]
Again, Teddie has a hard time detecting where Rise's dungeon is. The protagonist must go to town and gather information on Rise. First, the protagonist meets a Risette Fanboy at the Practice Building in Yasogami High School. Later, he speaks with Rise's grandmother at their tofu shop in the southern part of the Central Shopping District, who tells him of a paparazzo that's been chased to the Samegawa Flood Plain riverbank. The protagonist later finds the paparazzo at the riverbank, and trades information with him about Risette. This information is then delivered to Teddie, who is finally able to sense her.
The information traded reveals that the dungeon is created because of the two conflicting personalities Risette has. One is the teenage idol side of her that she shows in her television and stage performances, while the other is the polite, soft-spoken girl. She has a hard time searching for her true self, which spawned the dungeon as a striptease club.
As the party treks into the dungeon, Rise's voice echoes in the corridors, speaking innuendos as they go. When the party finally finds Rise, she was aside her other self, who is convincing Rise that her true self is the daring and bold star idol. Rise's refusal to accept this spawned her Shadow that could analyze the party's moves and turn it against them. Seeing that the party is almost defeated, Teddie, still in conflict over his true self, is empowered to protect his friends so that he would not be alone.
Teddie manages to defeat Rise's Shadow, but suffers damage to his appearance as a result. Rise accepts her other self - becoming the Persona Himiko. However, when Rise exclaims that there's no such thing as a true self, Teddie's conflicting thoughts worsen to the point that his own other self emerges. The Other Teddie tempts Teddie to believe that there is no truth in this world, and that he is nothing but a hollow and empty shell, living a lie that he believes in. Teddie refuses to give in and tries to attack, but fails. The Shadow then turns on the party, claiming that their search for the truth is futile and that even if they defeat him, their quest will be in vain. The party manages to defeat it with help from Rise, who takes over Teddie's role as navigator.
Treasure[edit | edit source]
Persona 4[edit | edit source]
Locked chests[edit | edit source]
|Harlot's Mercy||Yukiko weapon||Purple Suit||Male armor||Armada Bustier||Female armor||Power Tasuki||Accessory||Bat Charm||Accessory|
|Guard Amulet||Accessory||Flight Strap||Accessory||Silver Spoon||Accessory||Kimyaku Brace||Accessory||Flame Vow||Accessory|
|Flame Pin||Accessory||Fire Suppressor||Accessory||Snow Vow||Accessory||Snow Pin||Accessory||Ice Suppressor||Accessory|
|Spark Vow||Accessory||Spark Pin||Accessory||Volt Suppressor||Accessory||Gust Vow||Accessory||Gust Pin||Accessory|
|Wind Suppressor||Accessory||White Feather||Accessory||Black Feather||Accessory||Falcon Eye||Accessory||Awareness Note||Accessory|
|Patient Collar||Accessory||Disinfectant||Accessory||Tranquil Buddha||Accessory||Bravery Vessel||Accessory||Disguise Mask||Accessory|
|Cool Beads||Accessory||Healthy Recipe||Accessory||Kid's Hachimaki||Accessory||Safety Belt||Accessory||Book of Ruin||Accessory|
|Bead||Item||Chewing Soul||Item||Soul Food||Item||Chest Key x3||Item|
Normal chests[edit | edit source]
|Peach Seed||Life Stone||Soul Drop||Snuff Soul||Revival Bead|
|Balm of Life||Hiranya||Amrita Soda||Purifying Water||Purifying Salt|
|Physical Mirror||Magic Mirror||Assault Signal||Diamond Shield||Super Sonic|
|Vanish Ball||Goho-M||Firecracker||San-zun Tama||Hell Magatama|
|Ice Cube||Dry Ice||Frost Magatama||Ball Lightning||Tesla Coil|
|Arc Magatama||Pinwheel||Yashichi||Cyclone Magatama||Segaki Rice|
|Curse Paper||Smart Bomb||Chest Key||Trap Chest|
Persona 4 Golden[edit | edit source]
Locked Chests[edit | edit source]
Regular Chests[edit | edit source]
Shuffle Time Personas[edit | edit source]
|21||Shiisaa||Hierophant||22||High Pixie||Priestess||22||King Frost||Emperor|
|22||Ikusa||Hanged Man||23||Rakshasa||Strength||23||Nigi Mitama||Temperance|
Shadows[edit | edit source]
Bosses[edit | edit source]
|Amorous Snake||33||1012||148||Fire||-||Light, Dark||-||-||7|
|Momentary Child*||37||4500||1000||Ice, Fire*||Phys*||-|
- Boss stats in Persona 4 and Persona 4 Golden remain the same.
- The battle with Shadow Rise ends roughly 2 turns after using her Supreme Analysis move, which happens after 2/3 of her HP is depleted. No moves will connect after her analysis. HP + SP restored afterwards — the battle is decidedly unwinnable.
- The battle with Shadow Teddie follows right after Shadow Rise, once entering the battle with Shadow Teddie, the party's health is fully restored.
- Momentary Child appears only after rescuing Rise from July 12th.
- * - Indicates hidden attributes, mouse over for more info.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Lyrics to "Striptease" are: "Sorry, could you make the music louder? I'm kinda dizzy because of my dream."
- The voice in the "Striptease" song can be heard in the DDR track "Drop the Bomb" by Scotty D.