Greetings Gadjiltron, I need to ask you something, I'm aware that you are the person who created both pages Hermes and Trismegistis in regards to Persona 3. However, overtime the skills for those two in regards to Persona 3 as well as its enhance FES version and the Answer are what confused me greatly, what I'm trying to ask here is that can you please clarify on the levels in which these Personas learns these skills like Re Patra in which in the beggining you put for Hermes at level 6 for FES while for Trismegistis you did level 7. Brave Blade is also one of them in which there were instances in FES that people learn the skill at level 65 while others learn it at level 70. This is what confused me the most so if you can clarify me on this situation I would appreciate it.
I'll also add that skill progression does differ between The Journey and The Answer, and also between base, FES, and Portable. The game not showing when your party members level up and learn new skills also murks things a bit.
Alright then accoring to what I've found compare to you (no offense) Junpei on FES ends up learning Re Patra at level 7 (not 6) and Brave Blade at level 65 (not 70). Thats about the only two things that really got me confused in regards to Junpei and the skills regaring both Hermes and Trismegistus.
Then if that's the case than when your finished please let me know. Also while your at it, check to see in regards to Trismegistus that the skills in the Answer are correct in terms of the levels it is learned.
I'll see for myself if it does in fact ignore bind immunities, but that will take some time as I first have to get to Doe. As of now, I am right before the Mother Computer and my highest-level character is the P5 Hero at Level 55.
I meant that it is very rare for a boss in either Shin Megami Tensei, Persona, or any other spinoffs to have a skill that ignores immunities to ailments unless they are either a bonus boss or the final boss. Sure, there is Pierce for going through physical resistances and specific elemental pierce passives in the Shin Megami Tensei IV games, but generally a boss cannot inflict an ailment with its skills if you make yourself immune to that ailment.
Thank you for figuring that out. I have some stats for sub-Personas saved to my computer at home to put on pages later. Do you know if there’s any way to highlight the skills that can be inherited through sacrificial fusion in the stat template?
All I can really see at the moment is that Carmen and Cerberus have pipes ( | ) before the skill names that aren’t present on other stats templates in the skills cell. Might be trying to kick them to new cells.
Excuse me for asking but where are you getting all these stats for the Shadows? Some of them are contradictory to the source I have which is the Persona 5 Official Complete Guide published by Kadokawa.
I'm very thankful for your help building the tables. However, the issue I have is writing in the Persona stats as the Shadow stats. Just leave them empty if you're unsure, and I'll fill them in.
I also use the Japanese wikis, but some of them don't have a complete Skills list.