"I am Nameless... A pianist who opens the shuttered doors of one's soul..."
—Nameless, Persona 2: Innocent Sin

Nameless is a resident of the Velvet Room.


Personality Edit

Nameless is obsessed with numbering, constantly referring to the numbers involved with what he is talking about.


Nameless is a piano player accompanying Belladonna, but he covers his eyes while playing. His music is meant to help open the doors to the heart. He claims that "90,000 and 155 nights have passed" with his eyes covered, coming out to 247 years (minus about two months thanks to leap years).

Megami Ibunroku PersonaEdit

Nameless appears in the Velvet Room, playing the Aria of the Soul with Belladonna in the background.

Persona 2Edit

Innocent SinEdit

"I am a pianist, floating in the sea within mankind... Your consciousness becomes my music, and I spend thousands of nights, days, and nights again in a dialogue with my piano."
—Nameless, Persona 2: Innocent Sin

Nameless again appears in the Velvet Room, where he can be spoken to by the player. In the PSP rerelease, he is involved in the Climax Theater quest "The Persona Thief," where he begins to notice unusual "rests" in the music of the human soul and sends the party to Karukozaka High School to investigate, leading to the party to discover that the students' Personas are in fact being stolen.

Eternal PunishmentEdit

"I am Nameless... The piano player who opens the closed doors of the heart..."
—Nameless, Persona 2: Eternal Punishment

Nameless is still a resident of the Velvet Room.


Nameless playing the piano in the Velvet Room
Nameless as he appears in the Megami Ibunroku Persona manga
Nameless's portrait from Persona 2: Innocent Sin


  • Although Nameless does not appear in Persona 3 onwards, the same interview that reveals Philemon is the blue butterfly also mentions he still resides in the Velvet Room.
  • As nearly all other inhabitants of the Velvet Room are named after characters of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Nameless may be based on an unnamed blind man the creature of the novel tries to befriend.