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"My life was stolen from me... And in its place, I was given a power I never asked for... And so, I learned that the future is only a delusion. Only by striving to live every moment to its fullest can the soul truly be satisfied. That is why we welcome this glorious revelation, to shine a light upon this darkened world!"
—Takaya Sakaki, Persona 3

Takaya Sakaki is a character from Persona 3. He is the leader of Strega and secondary antagonist in the story.

Appearances[]

Design[]

Takaya has long gray or platinum blond wavy hair and yellow eyes. It is unknown why he has yellow eyes, but yellow eyes are often depicted to be the mark of a Persona user or Shadow Self.

He wears a wire like headband, faded and torn light blue jeans with a red, ragged scarf tucked in the back pocket, a studded white belt and brown boots. He has full tattoo sleeves on both arms and a small tattoo on his lower back. He is never seen wearing a shirt, jacket, vest or anything of the sorts. He also looks rather emaciated, commented on in-universe; one NPC thinks he lives on nothing but air, and Junpei calls him a "freaking ghost." His age, like the other Strega members, is never revealed, but he appears older than both Jin and Chidori and SEES, perhaps in his early twenties.

Takaya was designed around the concept of "charisma," according to Shigenori Soejima, particularly in reference to cult leaders who he considers to be "obviously suspicious," yet with their high charisma able to garner support and adoration from others as easily as wealth and power. His first design began as a "cool and handsome" clean-shaven male with combed back hair, but his final design is achieved as Soejima attempted to make him more antagonistic. The revolver Takaya uses is a model of Smith & Wesson Model 500.[1]

Personality[]

"Don't let the past control you, and don't look to the future: simply live in the moment..."
—Takaya to Jin

Having been forced to face utterly horrible experimentation from a young age without first having found meaning in life, Takaya would grow to become a nihilistic and insane man, with the only qualm to his suffering being that the end is "salvation." He's also "learned" that there's no such thing as hope for the future, and the person can only be sated by living in the present. Takaya would romanticise his bloodlust; not only would he have no remorse for his actions, he would see no abnormality in it to begin with, viewing it as part of his daily life.

He is especially obsessed with the factor of "destiny" and the severe effects its had on his way of life, even commenting that he and SEES are destined to be in opposition. Even if completely determined in his ways, Takaya is self-aware of his state of affairs, knowing that one cannot face death without first finding meaning in life; although only implied in Persona 3, it is explicitly pointed out in Persona 3 Portable that he cannot find any as he's stuck living in solitude. Meanwhile, he's still oblivious to the optimistic, determined and unified vigor of SEES, claiming them to be "odd." Takaya isn't afraid of death itself, and even then he refrains from telling the group further about his experiences.

In Takaya's first appearance, where he was on a "mission" with his fellow members, he is shown to be cold and indifferent, mocking and pointing at his victim with his gun. When asked by his victim why he is doing this, Takaya says that it is not the victim's concern and even justifies his action by saying that "people hear what they wish to hear and believe what they want to believe."

During his first encounter with SEES, he tells the team that the world is crawling with sin and that there will always be disasters, caused by Shadows or human folly, further reinforcing his negative world view. This, along with his other comments during the story, shows that he is also misanthropic. His later multiple attempted murders (Shinjiro in the female protagonist's route if his Social Link is maxed, Ken, Junpei, etc.) shows that he has little or no appreciation for the life of others with the exception of Jin and Chidori, although in the end his care towards them are limited, and he has no regard to his own life as well as shown during Nyx's descent. This is illustrated when he convinces Jin to stop SEES from advancing while knowing that he is not capable of doing so, while also aware that the Shadows from the lower floors of Tartarus can attack Jin as well.

Takaya despises the idea of sacrificing one self for a greater good, believing it as a meaningless ordeal compared to the mass death brought forth by Nyx. This is most evident during his private skits with the protagonist in Reload and his response to Chidori's sacrifice for Junpei, viewing it as a meaningless death as in his point of view, Junpei will die anyway whether he killed him right there or if Nyx annihilated everyone, and there is no point for Chidori to save him.

When confronted by SEES for the final time, Takaya shows a great deal of himself. He simply answers to the questions of the team without any intimidation and in a very melancholic manner, asking them what they hope to achieve, since Nyx is unbeatable. During this conversation, he claims that the future is but an illusion and a soul can be satisfied if it only lives for the moment. He claims that any meaning in life was lost long ago and that humanity actually prays for Nyx's "salvation."

Takaya's actions and philosophy seems to stem from his believes that he has nothing to live for, alongside his horrible upbringing as a child. The fact that he is dying seems to have some impact to his mental state, but his comments in the game and his envy towards SEES for their hope and will to live imply that he is a bitter and weak-willed man who desires nothing short of a quick end to his suffering, while desiring to bring his delusional "salvation" to others as well.

Only in Reload, he has a strong interest to the protagonist, mostly due to him being able to summon a variety of Personas as if he was the chosen one from the Dark Hour. He has somewhat respect for him to the point he tried to convince him to join his organization during multiple occasions on his Linked Episodes. Despite being rejected by him, he does admit he feels a strong attachment to him which is what mainly made him gain his respect both as a Persona user and a strong leader who can understand any situation possible as long as he is committed to it.

Profile[]

Persona 3[]

Takaya is the confident and charismatic young leader of Strega who was once experimented on by the Kirijo Group. He functions as the protagonist's foil, leading the rival group of Persona users and setting himself up as a false messiah. In battle, he uses the persona Hypnos and uses a five-shot revolver as a melee weapon. Unlike most other persona users in the game, he does not use an Evoker to manifest his Persona, instead summoning it "manually" by clutching his head and falling to his knees.

For most of the game, Takaya and his fellow gang tries to prevent SEES from killing the twelve Arcana Shadows, supposedly because it would end his Revenge Request website business and make him lose his powers. In actuality, it's implied that he just wants The Fall to come and bring him and his fellow team members a quick, easy death.

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Persona 3 Movie 13 - Tragedy English *Spoilers*

Takaya kills Shinjiro in front of Ken.

Takaya is seen in-game spying on some of the party's first Full Moon Operations, but it is not until Arcana Chariot and Justice are fought that he tries to assassinate the party Navigator (actually Fuuka Yamagishi), only to come across an indecisive Ken Amada about to kill Shinjiro Aragaki. Takaya tries to kill both, claiming that he is delivering salvation as Shinjiro doesn't have much time to live and Ken wanted to commit suicide after killing Shinjiro, and he is merely hastening the process. Shinjiro charges at him and takes a non-lethal bullet, causing him to fall on the floor. He then reveals his true intention of get rid of the party Navigator in an attempt to stop them from locating other Arcana Shadows, but Ken tricks him that he is the party navigator in an attempt to use him to commit suicide, only for Shinjiro to go in front of Ken and take the lethal shot. Takaya fled as the rest of SEES converged immediately after as he fails to recognize Fuuka as the Navigator and make an attempt on her life, and Shinjiro dies shortly after.

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Persona 3 FES The Journey Full Moon Boss Takaya and Jin Hard

Takaya and Jin boss fight.

Following this, he and Jin had their first direct battle with SEES during the operation on November 3rd. Takaya primarily uses a random Dyne-tier skill to try and fish for weaknesses, occasionally using Megido instead for modest damage. The two leapt off the Moonlight Bridge, refusing to surrender, following their defeats.

A couple weeks later, they revealed themselves alive when Chidori led SEES to Tartarus; displeased with Chidori being emotionally attached to his enemy, Takaya shot Junpei, who only survived once Chidori sacrificed her life to save him. Takaya and Jin fled the scene.

Near the end of the game, he creates a cult centered around the coming of Nyx as a salvation, with himself as the high priest and Jin spreading rumors around the network. Around the middle of January, Junpei Iori will invite the protagonist out to Hagakure, saying that it's Akihiko's treat due to a little bet they had at Yakushima. When they arrive, Aigis will pull out a newspaper with the flap opened to the section on the new cult, which also contains a picture of the cult's high priest, who is quickly identified as Strega leader Takaya Sakaki.

In the interview, Takaya claims that the world is in a state of turmoil, and that there is little chance for hope. He then claims that a magnificent being is the only salvation for humanity, which is identified as Nyx. Takaya then states that he has received a blessing from Nyx and has learned of her divine power. He further manipulates the public by stating that there are also "those who have been blessed by Nyx" that use this "blessing" for their own selfish goals. The group deduces that Takaya is attempting to make the public hate SEES by stating that they are, in fact, the ones responsible for everything.

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Persona 3 FES The Journey Boss Takaya Hard

Takaya boss fight.

On the 262nd floor of Tartarus, Takaya confronts SEES. He tells them his life was stolen from him and was given a power he never asked for, and talks about how humanity wishes for Nyx's salvation, not just him alone. In Persona 3, Takaya and SEES are at a standstill, as unlike him and Strega, they believe in themselves and have hope for the future, grounding their stance to fight death; the unshakable conflict annoys Takaya. In Persona 3 Portable, however, Mitsuru explicitly explains that they're only capable of believing in themselves because they're working together, and calls out Takaya's limits due to choosing solitude over bonds which shaped his delusions of grandeur, which shakes Takaya but ignores their argument with denial. In Reload, he instead mocks Mitsuru as a hypocrite as it was her group that robbed him of his future, ultimately silencing her.[2]

His final defeat occurs when he tries to forcibly stop SEES from climbing Tartarus and facing Nyx. During this fight, Takaya's moveset is effectively the same as it was before, only now he has Megidola and Megidolaon in addition to the skills he already had. After his defeat, Takaya asks for SEES to kill him, but Mitsuru claims there's no honor in taking the life of someone who can't even move, and tells him he will live to see if what he wishes for comes true or not. He closes his eyes, and SEES moves on.

Afterwards he crawls to the top of the tower to witness the final battle. Lying on the floor, Takaya comments that death is imminent and trying to avoid it is futile. Before he passes out or dies, he says he would have wished to see the end with his own eyes, and wishes Jin could have witnessed it with him. He is never heard of again after the protagonist sealed Nyx away.

Persona 3 Reload[]

"The world does not need a script that is already written... Nor does it want for charlatans who speak as though the future can be seized. What it needs is for the curtain to fall."
—Takaya Sakaki, Persona 3 Reload
Main article: Linked Episode

Takaya represents one of the Linked Episodes introduced in this game to give Strega and himself more character development similar to previous antagonists who have a Social Link in previously released games and foreshadow future events in the game. Every new scene is automatically advanced except for the last one.

The protagonist will interact alone with Takaya for the first time on 8/14 during the Dark Hour after the protagonist arrives at the Iwatodai Station from his health check. The protagonist will be informed by Fuuka that there's a shadow on the Moonlight Bridge known as the Shadow of the Abyss. The protagonist will fight alongside Takaya to defeat the shadow due to their common goal of taking it down. After defeating the shadow, it will drop what seems like an Evoker which is picked up by Takaya.

Takaya will meet the protagonist once again on 8/20 when taking Koromaru out for a walk. He will be surprised a dog is a Persona user, but not as surprised as the protagonist whom Takaya has developed an interest in mostly due to him wielding multiple Personas and their activities during the Dark Hour as they intervene their plans by defeating the Shadow Arcana. Takaya tries to convince the protagonist that they're acting without knowing what their goal for fighting truly is and is only for obsession. Takaya seems truly interested in him as if the Dark Hour has chosen him with his Persona abilities. Takaya will give to the protagonist a Folded Paper to repay his debt and expect him to change his mind for his reason to fight. The piece of paper given by Takaya will reveal part of Strega's backstory, as they were being used as test subjects by the Kirijo Group by using a gear that has eased summoning their abilities.

Before the Full Moon Operation on 9/7, Jin and Takaya will be seen in their hideout during the Dark Hour. Jin will talk to Takaya worried at Chidori trying to convince him to try to rescue her, only for Takaya to brush it off thinking that she has not escaped due to her Evoker being taken away and instead, suggest that they should wait for an opportunity to arise and not fall not walk onto the enemy's trap. Jin agrees with him but is still concerned about the Full Moon Operation that is yet to come. Takaya will show Jin one of the prototype evokers made by the Kirijo Group which he has bad memories of. In exchange for drawing out their full extent of a Persona's power, the cost is that it became difficult to control for those who were awakened by force, and is the main reason why Takaya does not use an Evoker to summon his persona due to the actions committed by the Kirijo group thinking he does not require a "mere tool" to handle his Persona, but there will always be someone who is greater than those, mostly showing attachment to the protagonist who wished him to join his side.

The protagonist will encounter Takaya on 9/18 at Port Island Station before the typhoon starts. Takaya will approach him to have a small talk with him, mostly concerning the disappearance of Chidori, thinking that they may have either tortured her or perhaps killed her. Takaya will act unsurprised when the protagonist responds that she's alive and guesses that they're giving her the suppressants during her stay at the hospital to prevent her Persona from going berserk explaining to him that he has already witnessed it before on the Moonlight Bridge. Takaya will explain how not every time Persona is meant to be awakened by everyone, but if awakened by force, they will become a berserk Persona at the cost of death. Takaya again tries to convince the protagonist to not let this power of wielding multiple Personas go to waste when getting rid of the Dark Hour. Takaya will act disgusted by either response the protagonist chooses, thinking it as if he is rejecting the fate life has given to him. Takaya will give up on trying to convince the protagonist to side with him and this may only be settled with a fateful battle that will eventually come.

Before the final Full Moon Operation, on 10/31 Takaya and Jin will go to the Moonlight Bridge preparing themselves for the final opportunity to stop S.E.E.S. from defeating the Hanged Man as they wish the Dark Hour to remain and refuse to lose their power and memories.

Takaya's last Linked Episode is accessible starting on 1/13 during the evening by going to Club Escapade if the protagonist agrees to see the "Messiah" and follow the Suspicious-Looking Man. The protagonist will meet Takaya one final time before Nyx's arrival in Port Island Station's back alley. He will be surprised to encounter the protagonist as he came to visit him on his own this time. Takaya will try to convince the protagonist one final time to join him which the protagonist refuses. Takaya will inform the protagonist that he will wait for the group on the top of Tartarus if they dare to oppose him and will not show mercy to the group.

Takaya's moveset in the final hostile encounter with him on the 263th floor of Tartarus is revamped. He will also have lines that directly address the protagonist during this fight. On the final 10% of his health, he brings out his prototype Evoker, and uses it to engage his own Theurgy: Paradise of Quietus, which instills Fear into the party and reduces their SP to 1 each.

Stats[]

Arcana Level HP SP
Strength 35
Magic 35
Endurance 35
Agility 31
Luck 30
Fortune 53 1500
?
Slash Strike Pierce Fire Ice Elec Wind Light Dark Almi
- - - - - - - Repel Null -
List of Skills
Skill Effect
Pierce Attack Normal attack using the Pierce attribute.
Agidyne Deals heavy Fire damage to one foe.
Bufudyne Deals heavy Ice damage / Freezes one foe. (10% chance)
Ziodyne Deals heavy Elec damage / Shocks one foe. (10% chance)
Garudyne Deals heavy Wind damage to one foe.
Megido Deals medium Almighty damage to all foes.
Mind Charge Doubles magic damage dealt next turn. (2x damage)

Arcana Level HP SP
Strength 45
Magic 60
Endurance 45
Agility 45
Luck 50
Fortune 75 7000
?
Slash Strike Pierce Fire Ice Elec Wind Light Dark Almi
- - - - - - - Repel Null -
List of Skills
Skill Effect
Pierce Attack Normal attack using the Pierce attribute.
Agidyne Deals heavy Fire damage to one foe.
Bufudyne Deals heavy Ice damage / Freezes one foe. (10% chance)
Ziodyne Deals heavy Elec damage / Shocks one foe. (10% chance)
Garudyne Deals heavy Wind damage to one foe.
Mahamaon Light: instant kill, all foes (high odds). (35% chance)
Mamudoon Darkness: instant kill, all foes (high odds). (35% chance)
Megidola Deals heavy Almighty damage to all foes.
Megidolaon Deals severe Almighty damage to all foes.
Mind Charge Doubles magic damage dealt next turn. (2x damage)

Arcana Level HP SP
Strength 99
Magic 99
Endurance 45
Agility 45
Luck 50
Fortune 75 7000
?
Slash Strike Pierce Fire Ice Elec Wind Light Dark Almi
- - - - - - - Repel Null -
List of Skills
Skill Effect
Pierce Attack Normal attack using the Pierce attribute.
Agidyne Deals heavy Fire damage to one foe.
Bufudyne Deals heavy Ice damage / Freezes one foe. (10% chance)
Ziodyne Deals heavy Elec damage / Shocks one foe. (10% chance)
Garudyne Deals heavy Wind damage to one foe.
Mahamaon Light: instant kill, all foes (high odds). (35% chance)
Mamudoon Darkness: instant kill, all foes (high odds). (35% chance)
Megidola Deals heavy Almighty damage to all foes.
Megidolaon Deals severe Almighty damage to all foes.
Mind Charge Doubles magic damage dealt next turn. (2x damage)


Battle Quotes[]

Full quotes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zYyuaKDXcnA

Persona 3 / FES / Portable[]

  • Mere luck.
  • This is destiny.
  • Out of my way.
  • Sleep well.
  • Disappear.
  • Death is unavoidable.
  • It is time. Show yourself.
  • Behold my power.
  • Not good enough.
  • Death is... but a blessing.
  • It appears that even I am fallible.
  • I will not lose.
  • Death is silence's fools.
  • Salvation draws near!
  • Now you shall be judged!
  • It appears you have more than just luck on your side. So be it!
  • I never imagined that your power would rival ours. Astonishing. Perhaps I misjudged your strength.
  • Ugh... So this is the power of those whose Persona awakened naturally.
  • Ugh... This can't be.
  • You needn't hurry. The moment we await is predestined. It's only a matter of time. Even as I speak, I can feel it. The end... of everything!
  • I pity those who cannot see it for what it truly is... a blessing.
  • We are mere mortals. We cannot change our fate. You would be foolish to deny it.
  • Hahaha... It seems we are destined to be in opposition.
  • Ah... how can you summon such power. Even in the face of death.
  • Death is but a blessing.
  • Hypnos!

Persona 3 Reload[]

  • What a hapless night, is it not...? Well then, shall we begin? (When fighting with the protagonist on 8/14)
  • Hmm... So that's your strategy. (After the protagonist's first move)
  • I'm impressed... It's tougher than it looks.
  • That was quite the spectacle. But... it's time to end this.
  • As a reward for your efforts, let me show you my power. Come! Persona!
  • The finale was surprising unsatisfying, wasn't it...? (After defeating the Shadow of Abyss)
  • Persona.
  • Now then... It is time for your judgement.
  • Out of my way.
  • It appears you have more than just luck on your side... So be it.
  • Death to all fools.
  • Jin...!? You are going to pay for that... (If Jin is defeated first during the eighth Full Moon Operation)
  • Fighting others with the same power... And what difficult opponents they are... Look at how you squander your potential... It's beyond comprehension.
  • You needn't hurry. The moment we await is predestined. It makes no difference whether it comes sooner or later. (Second Battle opening)
  • I don't like the look in your eyes... What is it that you see before you now?
    • A promise. That's truly ridiculous. How absurd... I can't bear to watch you all! (If the protagonist chooses "A promise with my friends.")
    • Hope. That's truly ridiculous. How absurd... I can't bear to watch you all! (If the protagonist chooses "Hope for tomorrow.")
    • An admirable spirit. That's right... That's how it should be! (If the protagonist chooses "Only the opponent in front of me.")
  • Why...? Fate is supposed to have chosen me... This again... Is my resolve still not strong enough...? If so... I'll throw away my trivial pride! With my entire being! <protagonist name>! I will bring you to your knees! (If HP is low)
  • Hahahaha! Salvation has come! Hypnos! (Using Theurgy)
  • This can't be! (Upon defeat)

Gallery[]

Persona 3
Persona 3 Reload
Persona 3 (manga)
Persona 3 The Movie
Persona 3: the Weird Masquerade
Other

In Other Languages[]

Language Title
Flag of the United States English Takaya Sakaki
Flag of Japan Japanese 榊貴 隆也 (Sakaki Takaya)
Flag of South Korea Korean 사카키 타카야 (Sakaki Takaya)

Etymology[]

Takaya means "respectful one" while Sakaki means "sacred tree." Therefore, his name means "Respectful Sacred Tree."

  • The name Takaya means "noble, prosperous" (隆) (taka) and "to be, also" (也) (ya).
  • Takuya's surname Sakaki means "sacred Shinto tree" (榊) (saka) and "valuable" (貴) (ki).

Trivia[]

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Takaya spreading his arms upon defeat.

  • Takaya's appearance may be intended to resemble popular depictions of Jesus Christ. His headband may be a reference to the crown of thorns, and when defeated in battle, he spreads his arms very wide apart, probably a reference to his crucifixion.[3] Because of the apocalyptic themes of Persona 3 and the fact that Takaya begins a religious cult, it is possible that Takaya may symbolize the Antichrist as a false messiah.
  • If the protagonist asks him why he's not wearing any tops during the non-hostile Koromaru walk encounter in Reload, he will brush it off with a joke, implying that it was a stylistic choice of his own.
  • Despite being set up as a villainous counterpart of the protagonist, interactions between the two in the original version are virtually non-existent and his actions are largely targeted towards his teammates. The Movie does have a scene where he tries to interrupt him from reaching the Nyx Avatar, but he only sees him as yet another obstacle, and does not harbor the same degree of animosity he does with Akihiko Sanada. This changes however in Reload where he might engage in non-hostile conversations with the protagonist, and if his HP is low enough in the final confrontation against him, he will have a line that directly addresses the protagonist by name. He also never interacts with Ryoji Mochizuki despite Ryoji is actually the God he worships.
  • His style in summoning his Persona is clutching his head in pain instead of using an Evoker. This trait is shared by Tohru Adachi from Persona 4.
    • In Persona 3 Reload, Takaya explains that he has the resolve to summon his Persona without the need of an Evoker.
  • In Persona 3 The Movie, it is revealed his experiment number was Subject no. 01A056.
  • Takaya shares the same English voice actor, Derek Stephen Prince, with Naoki Konishi, Takeharu Kirijo and the Moel Gas Station Attendant (anime only).
  • In Reload, Takaya cannot be killed during the encounter at the 263th floor before all of his dialogues are triggered. If the party attempts to do so, all attacks (including ones such as Armageddon) that would deal damage past the threshold are automatically blocked.
  • In Persona 3 and Persona 3 FES, Takaya is supposed to have a second phase when he reaches half his health during his second battle, but it never happens as a result of multiple coding errors. This was fixed in Persona 3 Portable.

References[]

  1. Atlus (2006, 2014). Persona 3: Official Design Works. Kadokawa Enterbrain - UDON Entertainment. pg. 50.
  2. "So a Kirijo, responsible for robbing us of our future, would dare to speak of our limits? How laughable. Then again, I should have known better. This is just the kind of bigotry I would expect from the ones who labeled me a failure."
    —Takaya Sakaki, Persona 3 Reload
  3. Persona 3 - Full Moon 10 Boss: Takaya. Youtube.com (Sep 25, 2007)


Characters
Playable Male protagonist - Female protagonist - Yukari Takeba - Junpei Iori - Akihiko Sanada - Mitsuru Kirijo - Fuuka Yamagishi - Aigis - Koromaru - Ken Amada - Shinjiro Aragaki - Metis
Social Link Kenji Tomochika - Hidetoshi Odagiri - Bunkichi and Mitsuko - Kazushi Miyamoto - Chihiro Fushimi - Isako Toriumi - Keisuke Hiraga - Yuko Nishiwaki - Maiko Oohashi - Pharos - Bebe - President Tanaka - Mutatsu - Mamoru Hayase - Nozomi Suemitsu - Akinari Kamiki - Rio Iwasaki - Saori Hasegawa - Ryoji Mochizuki
Major Igor - Elizabeth - Theodore - Shuji Ikutsuki - Officer Kurosawa - Takaya Sakaki - Jin Shirato - Chidori Yoshino - Takeharu Kirijo - Kouetsu Kirijo - Eiichiro Takeba - Natsuki Moriyama - Nyx - Erebus - Margaret
Minor Maki - Kiyoshi Sakuma - Mr. Edogawa - Mr. Ekoda - Mr. Miyahara - Ms. Ounishi - Mrs. Terauchi - Kikuno Saikawa - Yuu Kimijima - Souta Aizawa - Kyouka Sayama
Cameo Yukiko Amagi - Noriko Kashiwagi - Man Drinking Alone
Location
Port Island Gekkoukan High School - Paulownia Mall - Iwatodai Station - Port Island Station - Naganaki Shrine - Dorm - Moonlight Bridge - Velvet Room
Tartarus Blocks: Thebel - Arqa - Yabbashah - Tziah - Harabah - Adamah - Monad Depths
Abyss of Time Malebolge - Cocytus - Caina - Antenora - Ptolomea - Judecca - Empyrean
Other Kyoto - Great Seal
Music
Albums Original Soundtrack (JP / US / FES / Portable) - Bonus CD - Burn My Dread -Reincarnation- - Spring of Birth OST - Midsummer Knight's Dream OST - Falling Down OST - Winter Of Rebirth OST - Persona 20th Anniversary All Time Best Album
Songs "Burn My Dread" - "Aria of the Soul" - "Want To Be Close" - "When the Moon Reaches for the Stars" - "Iwatodai Dorm" - "Mass Destruction" - "Color Your Night" - "Deep Breath Deep Breath" - "The Meaning of Armbands" - "Deep Mentality" - "It's Going Down Now" - "Changing Seasons" - "Current Net Price Tanaka" - "Battle Hymn of the Soul" - "Kimi no Kioku" - "P3 FES" - "Mass Destruction -P3fes version-" - "Heartful Cry" - "Brand New Days" - "Soul Phrase" - "A Way of Life" - "Time" - "Wiping All Out" - "More Than One Heart" - "Fate is In Our Hands" - "One Single Word" - "One Hand, One Heartbeat" - "One Determination" - "Sound of the Beast" - "Storm for a Butterfly" - "Light in Starless Sky" - "My Testimony" - "Self Redemption" - "Full Moon Full Life"
Archives
Terminology Persona (Initial / Prime / Ultimate) - Persona user - Shadow - Wild Card - Evoker - Attack Properties - Tactics - All-out Attack - Shuffle Time - Dark Hour - Moon Phase System - Full Moon Operations - SEES - Kirijo Group - Nanjo Group - Strega - Artificial Persona user - Suppressants - Apathy Syndrome - The Fall - Death - Who's Who - Phoenix Ranger Featherman R - Plume of Dusk
P3RE: Shift - Theurgy - Combat Characteristics
Lists Arcana - Personas (P3 - FES - P - R) - Shadows - Bosses (P3 - FES) - Skills - Items (Heart Items / Vending Machines) - Status Effects - Elizabeth's Requests - Activities - Calendar - Trophies (Portable / Reload) - Steam Profile Items - Patches and Updates
School Life Daily Life - Seasons - Social Link - Social Stats - Yen - Class - Studying - Movie Theater - Bed - Part-time Jobs - Shrine - Tanaka's Amazing Commodities - Crane Machine - Chagall Café - School Club - Cooking - Walking Koromaru - Linked Episode - Computer - Refrigerator - Gardening - Books - DVDs - Studying - Fortune Telling
Other Media
Games FES - Portable - Reload - Dancing in Moonlight
Productions The Movie - The Movie: Escape from the Dark Hour - the Weird Masquerade: -Ao no Kakusei- / -Gunjou no Meikyuu- / -Souen no Kesshou- / -Ai no Seiyaku- / -Hekikuu no Kanata e- - Persona Stalker Club - 「PERSORA AWARDS」 - PERSORA AWARDS 2 - PERSORA AWARDS 3 - Persora -The Golden Best-
Drama CDs A Certain Day of Summer - Daylight / Moonlight - Character Drama CD Vol. 1 / Vol. 2 / Vol. 3 / Vol. 4 / Vol. 5 - New Moon / Full Moon - Portable Vol. 1 / Vol. 2
Publications Manga - Shadow Cry - Memento Mori - Owari no Kakera - Alternative Heart - Velvet Blue - Persona Magazine - Dear Girls Comic Anthology - Dengeki Comic Anthology - Tartarus Theater - Persona VS - Persona 3 Reload: Beginnings
Mobile Games The Night Before - Persona Ain Soph - Social - Escape - Illust Puzzle - Broken Shadow - Aegis: The First Mission - Qix - Chaining Soul - Em
Events Music Live 2008 - Music Live 2009 - Music Tour 2010 - Music Live 2012 - Music Fes 2013 - Music Box 2014 - Super Live 2015 - Livehouse Tour 2015 - Super Live 2017 - Super Live 2019- 25th Anniversary Symphonic Concert
20th Anniversary Festival - 25th Anniversary - 25th FES
Miscellaneous Merchandise
P3 Bosses
Guardians Venus Eagle (3) - Dancing Hand (3) - Rampage Drive - Crying Table (3) - Change Relic - Golden Beetle (3) - Intrepid Knight - Furious Gigas (3) - Fanatic Tower - Magical Magus (3) - Natural Dancer - Arcane Turret (3) - Sleeping Table - Hell Knight (3) - Mythical Gigas - Judgement Sword (3) - Stasis Giant (3) - Phantom King - Royal Dancer (3) - Reckoning Dice - Noble Seeker (3) - Carnal Snake (3) - World Balance - Fierce Cyclops (3) - Jotun of Grief
Full Moon Operation bosses Arcana Priestess - Arcana Emperor and Arcana Empress - Arcana Hierophant - Arcana Lovers - Arcana Chariot and Arcana Justice - Arcana Hermit - Arcana Fortune and Arcana Strength - Arcana Hanged Man - Death
Other Takaya Sakaki and Hypnos - Jin Shirato and Moros - Chidori Yoshino and Medea - Reaper - Elizabeth
P3P Exclusive Theodore - Margaret
P3 FES Bosses
Guardians Immortal Gigas + Visceral Maya (3) - Brilliant Cyclops - Death Castle + El Dorado Beast (2) - Harem Dancer + Merciless Maya (2) - Judgement Sword + Ice Raven + Brave Wheel - Primitive Idol + Shouting Tiara + Wrathful Book - Wondrous Magus + Crying Table + Cowardly Maya - Neo Minotaur - Spastic Turret + Slaughter Drive (2) - Conceited Maya - Rebellious Cyclops + Acheron Seeker (2) - Tenjin Musha + Kaiden Musha + Onnen Musha
Other Metis and Psyche - ??? - Akihiko Sanada and Caesar + Ken Amada and Kala-Nemi - Junpei Iori and Trismegistus + Koromaru and Cerberus - Yukari Takeba and Isis + Mitsuru Kirijo and Artemisia - Erebus
P3 Reload Bosses
Guardians Ruthless Ice Ravens (2) - Barbaric Beast Wheel & Magic Hands (2) - Swift Axle ~ Will O' Wisp Raven & Lightning Eagles (2) - Heretic Magus & Grievous Tables (2) - Disturbing Dice & Slaughter Twins (2) - Clairvoyant Relic ~ Servant Tower & Enslaved Cupids - Lascivious Lady & Profligate Gigas (2) - Fleetfooted Cavalry ~ Ochlocratic Sands (3) - Arcanist Decapitator, Heat Overseer, & Sky Overseer - Deviant Convict & Tome of Atrophy - Controlling Partner & Dependent Partner ~ Venomous Magus & Five Fingers of Blight (2) - Bloody Maria & Executioner's Crown - Imposing Skyscraper ~ Heartless Relic & Rampaging Sands (2) - Raging Turret - Terminal Table - Jotun of Authority, Purging Right Hand, & Subservient Left Hand - Isolated Castle
Monad Cowardly Maya - Magical Magus & Shouting Tiara ~ Bronze Dice & Muttering Tiara - Iron Dice - Muttering Tiara ~ Dogmatic Tower & Immoral Snakes (2) - Natural Dancers (2) - Vehement Idol ~ Change Relic ~ Heat Balance, Sky Balance ~ Shadow of the Void
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