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"Doesn't matter how far apart we are. The bonds we've made will remain strong. Everyone's hearts is connected to the people they know and trust. It's those bonds that let us all search for our purpose in life. As long as it's a purpose that you believe in, there will always be someone who could help you fulfill it. You, me, and everyone else, there are no barriers. Our hearts are one. Right, Sensei?"
—Teddie, Persona 4

Teddie, known as Kuma in the Japanese version, is a playable character in Persona 4 and the game's mascot. Originating from the Midnight Channel, he is empty and without a self, but is the most determined to be a mascot, gradually assimilating himself into society as more endearing for locals and his friends as he faces reality to support his goals.

Teddie's story was expanded on in Golden as it questions his place to belong as he has become too much of a misfit in regular society. In the new Golden epilogue, Teddie decides that he'll guard the restored Midnight Channel with pride. The topic of searching for one's place to belong would from that point onward become a staple for mascot characters of the Persona series.




Teddie's appearance is based on a stuffed animal. He is an anthropomorphic bear with blue fur. He wears red and white jumpsuit-like clothing, though it appears to be part of his body. Additionally, the head part of his suit has lenses which allow him to see through the fog in the Midnight Channel. Size-wise, Teddie is the shortest male party member.

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Teddie as a human.

After developing an ego, Teddie becomes a teenage boy with blond hair pulled to his left side, bright blue eyes and fair skin. He is shown wearing a white blouse-like shirt with various adornments like a red rose and a flamboyantly designed collar.


Teddie cross-dressing as Alice.

At the school festival when cross-dressing, Teddie has long blond hair with a blue ribbon, wears a blue dress and white stockings as well as black shoes. His cross-dressing alias is very similar to the appearance of Alice from the 1951 Disney adaptation of Alice in Wonderland (see also: Alice). Extra information reveals that Kanji was the one who made this Alice dress.[3]

In the True Ending epilogue of Persona 4 Golden, Teddie appears to have grown taller and has a new outfit: a blue and white striped T-shirt with an anchor design, navy shorts and yellow shoes.

Dancing All Night[]

In Persona 4: Dancing All Night, he retains his bear suit, but it now features a disco motif. He is sometimes seen wearing black sunglasses during the Story Mode. When he is in his human form, he wears a similar casual wear, but with minor differences. He now dons a golden cape with white star patterns and crown, and cuffed boots with star patterns.


"Oh, Sensei! The people here are so nice! Every time I come, they give me snacks! Like just now, they said, "I'll give you this if you just go away!""
—Teddie, Persona 4 Golden
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A sad Teddie deli-bear-ating his identity and existence.

Being a textbook mascot character: Teddie is usually bubbly and cute and is known to lighten the mood when investigating the case, much like Chie. Possibly due to being a Shadow unfamiliar with the human world, or perhaps due to being a cartoon bear, Teddie has a lot of childish naivety, innocence and is pure of heart. He does not know a lot of human customs, does not know what "scoring a hot stud" means or what a "manwhore" is.[4] This results in him having a lack of social boundaries, such as when he flirts with Chie and Yukiko, although he fails every time. He is also given a lot of people nicknames for himself to remember. In the beginning of Persona 4 The Animation, he acts much like a coward when Shadows are near but changes his ways as the story progresses.

Regardless, later on Teddie begins to play dumb on purpose even if still oblivious to many things, all the while deeply caring about the protagonist and the Investigation Team deep inside, as pointed out by Yosuke Hanamura. Although the rest of the group work together to establish the importance of finding the truth and working together, Teddie gives an optimistic and lighthearted mood to the team.

Because of his circumstances, early on during the story he fails spectacularly at being cheery as his personality is hollow and he refuses to acknowledge it. He would try to impress the members of the Investigation Team with bear puns, but not even the impressionable Yukiko Amagi was swayed. Even then, his words would very often get lost in translation and come across as incomprehensible and outright speaking nonsense, making him an annoyance for even the valiant Chie Satonaka. Because of this, he often puts himself into positions that only enforce him being socially ostracized.


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Shadow Teddie's existential dread and despair.

Behind his disposition at first he suppresses ultimately overwhelming existential dread surrounding his mysterious origins, identity, meaning and isolation, which eventually manifest in Shadow Teddie. Teddie's metaphorical mask sometimes slides off with bouts of sadness and confusion from thinking too much. His biggest insecurity is his own identity and potentially having no reason for existence. Throughout the story, similar to Rise Kujikawa, Teddie struggles to find out his own self and his place in both the TV world and the real world, as he has lost his own memories. As the story progresses, Teddie begins to develop a fear that he perhaps has no "true self" and that he has no memories to recover, but continues to search for them regardless. Being in denial of being a Shadow and having no self, Teddie at first has extreme misconceptions about the truth, emphasizing on undeniable facts to a severe extent.

After slowly facing himself and his confusion surrounding not knowing who he is, Teddie becomes more curious of the real world and begins to be genuinely impressive with his personality even if slowly. Aside from growing a human body, he does develop a charisma and a witty way of speaking that reflects his personality, making him a kind of a prankster. Although having an effective innocence to the real world, Teddie is especially perverted, making various inappropriate remarks about the others and himself.

Although treated like an annoyance by the Investigation Team, it is done on purpose as even then they consider him one of their own: with Yosuke explaining that the group's unifying point is that just like Teddie, none of them are anything special and at the same time are trying to find themselves. Additionally, they genuinely appreciate the positive vibe he gives to the group's team dynamics. He does become loved by locals too, as according to Rise Kujikawa during a December investigation, she took notice of how many people actually remember him after he hass gone missing.[5] Once Teddie remembers he is a Shadow and confesses to it to the team, the party considers him to be the same as humans, as he has developed an ego. In the end, Teddie becomes comfortable with his place in the group, and does not mind getting ignored, and may even make himself the butt of the joke for the cheeriness of the others.

He idolizes and respects the protagonist, to the point of calling him "Sensei." In the Japanese version, he has a verbal tic, adding "-kuma" after every sentence, while in the English version his speech is filled with dozens of bear puns, like saying "Bear-sona" while summoning his Persona. Even then, he does care much about his friends, but he is at first unaware of that side of him, such as when he lost control of himself to save his friends from Shadow Rise, manifesting an almighty power from within himself.

He seems to care a lot about Nanako Dojima and calls her "Nana-Chan," even when she is in a near-death state after being kidnapped by Taro Namatame. After Nanako's death, Teddie is forced to confront his inability to help her in grief by realizing his optimism is a facade, causing him to finally remember he is a Shadow. After being told by the protagonist that Nanako is still alive thanks to his encouragement, he realized the true importance of the truth: even if he is a Shadow, there is still hope to change things and support others: additionally, even if he is an unknown being, the way he can change is unknown. After defeating Izanami and restoring the TV World to its former state, he vows to protect the TV world while living with the Investigation Team in the real world.

Teddie is treated differently depending on his appearance: if he is just a costume as per how he originally began, he is seen as annoying, whiny and selfish due to the fact he simply does not have a role in the world. When he grows a human body, his appearance of a beautiful boy gives him a charismatic and rhythmic appeal, but that is usually just a state of deceit as Teddie still originates from the Midnight Channel. The sweet spot for Teddie is to completely wear his bear suit in his human form, an image that has proven to be popular with locals of Inaba.

In Persona 4 Golden, Teddie, while having realized that accepting himself for what he is at his worst is why people like him at his best, mistakenly tries to abuse this principle by infuriating and annoying others on purpose, thinking he is going to be loved for it, when in actuality attempting to bend nature and reality needlessly gives away the worst response, as others only respond to him with anger and prejudice. This attempt at seeking attention causes Teddie to realize that he should stop relying on others and become independent.

Also, Teddie has become a kind of a crybaby, as during his third awakening event at Okina Beach, while having to come to terms with letting go of the protagonist, he only starts crying convulsively: these are not normal tears of sorrow or grief, as Teddie is actually serious about his reluctancy, and the protagonist can only appease him by trying to encourage that, instead of trying to follow along with it. After he stopped bawling, Teddie got over it on his own terms anyways in addition to being the one who established this realization, rendering the protagonist's input completely useless.

Also, Teddie shows sympathy towards Marie after learning her true identity, since they both have a similar problem.


Persona 4[]

Teddie serves as the guide for the Investigation Team in the Midnight Channel. At first, he acts as support for battles, but after the party completes the Marukyu Striptease dungeon, he joins in combat, while Rise takes over the support role. Whenever a new team member joins, Teddie is inexplicably able to create glasses so that they can see through the fog in the Midnight Channel.


Teddie in the Midnight Channel.

Teddie was first seen in the Midnight Channel at the time when the protagonist, Yosuke Hanamura and Chie Satonaka search for an exit, after leaving the Desolate Bedroom. Teddie, confused and irritated by their presence, asks them to leave because it is dangerous there and shows them the exit. After Saki Konishi's death, the protagonist and Yosuke enter the TV again in order to investigate. There, they meet Teddie once again, but he gets suspicious and thinks that they are the ones who've been throwing people in. After they try to prove their innocence, Teddie asks them to find the real culprit and makes them promise to do so in order to let them out. When the protagonist first awakens to his Persona, amazed by his power, Teddie immediately calls him "Sensei." He assumes the support role for the team until Rise joins the party.

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Shadow Teddie, an existentialist nihilist.

After Teddie defeats Rise's shadow, his own Shadow appears as a larger form of his bear costume, coming out of a hole in the ground. Unlike most of the other Shadow selves, Teddie's Shadow is highly intelligent, speaks in a deep and intimidating voice and does not wait for Teddie to deny him before attacking the party, mocking the Investigation Team's goals of seeking the truth as a waste of effort. However, this may be due to the intervention of another party, as Rise stated she felt the intervention of a powerful presence, most likely Izanami or Ameno-sagiri. It represents Teddie's hidden truth of his identity, that is, the fact that he is a lost, lonely Shadow.

He learned to speak human language and became friendly with humans, taking his bear-like form so that people would like him upon meeting him, only to be seen as creepy and annoying as this cheery personality is only a fractured, incomplete aspect of human nature. After gaining a personality and losing his Shadow mask, he receives his own Persona. When the team was about to leave after the successful rescue of Rise and the defeat of his shadow, Teddie decides that he wants to be alone for a while and train in order for his fur to grow back and to be stronger.


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Teddie grows a body.

Right after the death of Kinshiro Morooka, the team asks Teddie, who has come to their side, if someone was thrown in the TV while he was in, but Teddie answers negatively. Also, the party discovers that Teddie had grown a human body while training that remained in his bear costume. Teddie then becomes a front-line ally, giving the support work to Rise. His Persona is Kintoki-Douji of the Star Arcana.

After catching the presumed "killer" Mitsuo Kubo, Teddie started to believe he no longer has a reason to stay in the real world and has to go back from where he came from. Though the protagonist and Yosuke insisted they'll be sad if he left, Nanako Dojima had him make a promise to play with her, encouraging Teddie to stick around. Teddie would become Nanako's favorite friend of the protagonist's.

For the next few months, Teddie would explore the human world and wonder about what he could turn out to be: Nanako suggested he might be a "king," and Teddie loved the idea. Also, he would star in a cross-dressing competition, winning over the audience with his confidence and innocence, compared to the rest of the guys who were overwhelmed with shame.


Teddie having another unbearable existential crisis.

When Nanako "dies," Teddie is so devastated and consumed by his own powerlessness of being unable to keep his promise to Nanako, that he feels he lost his reason to live in Inaba. Teddie then disappears and becomes immersed in a world of fog in his bear form, because Shadows are not allowed in the real world, and his human identity, which allows him to leave the Midnight Channel, has faded.

In the game's bad endings where the protagonist is unable to continue solving the mystery, the protagonist finds a farewell letter from Teddie who mentions that he has returned to the Midnight Channel but expresses his gratitude for the time he has spent in the human world with the Investigation Team.

"If I'm an unknown being, then the way I can change is unknown, too... So all I have to do... is make them not-unknown. Nana-chan's doing her best... Sensei and the others are probably fighting now too... I... I'm just a Shadow, but Nana-chan cheered up when she heard my voice... So what if I'm just a Shadow...!? There must be something I can do! I can't just give up thinking about things... That's why I came back here. Right, Nana-chan...?"
—Teddie before awakening his ultimate Persona

If the protagonist is able to continue solving the mystery, then on December 5th, Teddie appears in the Velvet Room with the usual occupants nowhere to be seen. He explains the origins of his existence to the protagonist, and is saddened to realize that he is merely a Shadow who took the form of a cartoon bear so that humans would like him. Teddie asks the protagonist to apologize to Nanako in Heaven. However, when the protagonist reveals to Teddie that Nanako never died, Teddie regains his strength, realizing that though he is empty right now, he can become anyone he wishes to be.

After Teddie leaves the Velvet Room, Igor, Margaret, and Marie (in Golden) appear, with Igor mentioning how Teddie's appearance is "very interesting," because Shadows should not be in the Velvet Room, with him having "a meaningful smile on his face."

The next day, Teddie returns to the Investigation Team, confessing his true identity, only for the group to have no concerns with that truth, even to go as far as to insist that he is just like humans: Naoto Shirogane herself explains that though normal Persona users took control of their Shadow to transform it into a Persona, Teddie's only different in the order of events where he is a Shadow that has awakened to an ego. Yosuke too says that though Teddie is nothing special and he is trying to figure out who he is, everyone else is trying to do the same and he is no different from them. He is even compared to Tohru Adachi, a contemptible man and the killer of Mayumi Yamano and Saki Konishi, describing him as a "human that likes seeing other people suffer."

After the events of the game, Teddie lives with Yosuke.

Social Link[]

"No matter how hard I think, there's too many things my little brain can't understand... But, I do understand one thing now... I'm glad that I met you, Sensei."
—Teddie to the protagonist, Persona 4
Main article: Social Link/Teddie

A Social Link is automatically established with Teddie through the course of the story. Like the Fool and Judgement S.Links, this Social Link levels up periodically. Once the Social Link automatically maxes out, the protagonist can create Helel, the Light Bearer. Even if the protagonist never maxes out any other of his Social Links, the protagonist will always hear at least Teddie's voice in the True Ending.

Persona 4 Golden[]

"Sensei... I've finally found a place for me. That's why... I'm going back over there. To make sure it never goes wrong again... I'm going to protect that world from now on. I can finally be proud and say... That world is where I belong."
—Teddie in the Golden variant of the original True ending

During the time when the protagonist is alone in Dojima's house, Teddie offers to stay as company and to look after the house. He will join the protagonist when he searches for bugs at the vegetable patch in winter. In one event, the protagonist has the chance to kiss Teddie but he will break away and tell him that his "bearamones are too powerful." He will also ask the protagonist to teach him how to "glomp" after learning from Yosuke's books, the protagonist can choose to show or tell him how, only to have Dojima walking in on their act.

During the Persona 4 Golden events, Teddie will become a misfit in the real world, as he fails to cooperate with and entertain others, including during a band practice scene. However, if the Hollow Forest has been unlocked and cleared, a Golden-variant of the 3/21 True ending will reveal Teddie's conclusion: that he has decided he'll become a protector of the Midnight Channel and the collective unconscious. He'll be ignored by the others as it does not mean he'll stay there forever, as he'll still go back to the real world: also, Marie will stay over at the Midnight Channel as well.

In the Midnight Channel, Teddie has several costumes that make him appear human in the TV world as well as several outfits that feature him cross dressing.

The addition of bikes for the Investigation Team introduced a unique new way of obtaining skills for party members. By going on special forms of dates with each party member, involving the use of the bikes, the player is given the option of either having the party member in question learn a brand-new skill or relearn any old skill that they have forgotten. The bike skills available to Teddie are listed below.

Additionally, like with Rise Kujikawa in Persona 4, each party member is able to learn new skills upon the player's progression of their Social Link. The Social Link skills that Teddie learns upon the development of his Social Link are also listed below.

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Teddie hosting Midnight Trivia Miracle Quiz.

Teddie also acts as the host of the minigame Midnight Trivia Miracle Quiz.

Persona 4 The Animation[]

Teddie first appeared when Yu, Yosuke and Chie first appeared in the TV world. He followed the three of them to the mysterious room with the noose. Teddie then gave Yu Narukami the glasses and fled when he sensed the shadows. He is later found by Yu, Yosuke and Chie and tells them how to leave. When Yu and Yosuke returned to investigate what had happened to Saki Konishi, they ran into Teddie again, who led them to where Saki was. When Yosuke's Shadow appeared, Teddie stated that those were Yosuke's inner feelings to which Yosuke denied resulting in the following battle. After the battle, Teddie tells them that Saki and Mayumi Yamano were likely killed by their Shadows. Yu and Yosuke then promised Teddie that they would solve the case.

When Kanji Tatsumi was trapped in the Midnight Channel, instead of gathering information, they gave Teddie the bunny keychain that Kanji made by hand. Using it, he was able to sense his location and lead the team to the bath house. At the entrance, he is confused as to why the team, especially the male members, are reluctant to enter. When they find Kanji and confront his Shadow, he tries to help, but ends up slipping and falling on his face.

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Teddie confronting his shadow self

At Marukyu Striptease, he gives Kanji the pair of joke glasses that he had made as a prank, enraging Kanji. After Kanji throws the unbearably goofy-looking glasses away, Teddie gives him the real pair of glasses. At the end of Rise's dungeon, Rise's Shadow manages to overpower the team and prepares to finish them off when Teddie attacks, managing to weaken her with a burst of power that ends up deflating him.

Upon getting back to normal state, he comes to the human world through the TV in Junes and upon being asked who he was, he said "Duh, Teddie." The employees thought he said Doug Teddie. After showing his human form and asking for clothes, Chie and Yukiko drag him into the store to get some, forgetting his bear head, which scares a little kid and Yu had to go get it back.

During summer holiday in order to stop a fight among the kids he was looking after, Yu borrowed Teddie's suit (possibly without permission) and when Nanako saw Yu with a woman, she had Teddie, Yosuke and Kanji help stalk him, before realizing he was with another woman, shocking them before they become more shocked when they see a kid come up to them.

After fighting with their Persona fails on Ameno-sagiri, as Teddie saw Yu in trouble, his Persona evolves into Kamui and lends his power to Yu to summon the ultimate Persona.

Teddie and Yu's bond is represented by the Persona Saturnus.

Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth[]

Teddie and company end up in an alternate universe of Yasogami High School during the culture festival. While there, they meet Rei and Zen, who are also trapped. During their first venture into the labyrinth, You in Wonderland, they encounter the unexpected team, SEES, who were also somehow sent to the other world.

Together, they venture through the labyrinths trying to solve the mystery behind their encounter and find the source of the strange world. Teddie often finds himself compared to Koromaru for their statuses as team mascots, and self-proclaims him as his rival.

In the P4 story of the game, Teddie would participate and organize a question game during their venture into the Group Date Cafe.

Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth[]

During a regular visit into the Midnight Channel, their course is unexpectedly altered and they were sent directly into the movie world of Junessic Land, where Rise winds up poisoned and Yosuke separated from them. They encounter the Phantom Thieves and learn of what is happening. To better their chances of escaping the new world, they agree to combine forces, with the P5 hero as their leader.

Teddie learns two unison attacks during special quests, which he can perform with Rise, Aigis and Haru; and Koromaru and Morgana. Teddie often competes with Koromaru and Morgana to be the best mascot, but in the end comes to the conclusion that they are all special.

Persona 4 Arena[]

Teddie Win Pose 1 (Alice)

Teddie's win pose, dressed as Alice.

Teddie returns in the sequel and hosts the P-1 Grand Prix. The rest of the Investigation Team enters the TV world in order to find the truth behind Teddie's doing. It is eventually revealed that the "Teddie" behind the tournament is not Teddie at all, but Shadow Labrys masquerading as him.

In his story mode, after Yu left Inaba in Persona 4, Teddie kept busy by working at Junes. One day, he cannot find Yosuke, so he dives inside the TV world to go look for him. Teddie lands inside a strange classroom with cleaning equipment nearby and uses the items to pull off a MacGyver-worthy escape. He meets Labrys and is awestruck by her beauty and offers to become her "knight." He then runs into a "suspicious dude with a red cloak" and a "celebrity beauty". His story mode is unique from the other characters (not counting Elizabeth and Labrys), because he has Kanji as his final boss rather than the Malevolent Entity or a possessed Labrys. Kanji arrives after the Malevolent Entity escapes, still thinking that everything is a dream. He then tries to challenge someone so he can win the tournament. Teddie then accepts his challenge, after cheers from the female characters.

Additionally, in some of his win poses involve him shedding his "skin" to reveal human Teddie, clothed, naked, or cross-dressing.

Persona 4 Arena Ultimax[]

As the final P-1 tournament called P-1 Climax occurs in a Dark Hour Inaba, Teddie is once again being impersonated. This time, it is the same Malevolent Entity who masterminded the previous tournament, revealing himself to be a Shadow named Hinokagutsuchi. Teddie also encounters and briefly fights his impostor.

Play Style[]

Teddie is best described as a trickster character with a wide variety of tools including, but not limited to: a teleport, ailment-causing specials and a wide array of throwing items that dynamically change the flow of battle. Unlike previous Arc Systems characters in the same style, his items come out in a preset order. He is also the only character that can inflict rage (via an item and his Furious Action) which allows him to create very devastating setups but also suffer increased damage from the opponent for a small amount of time if he gets caught. His Furious Action especially helps him reset the momentum (and arguably sets it to his advantage due to Rage) as even if the opponent is not hit by the move itself, the counter effect always puts Teddie at a certain distance behind the opponent making a counterattack extremely awkward to perform.

Additionally, he has good range on his normals and can hit confirm into combos fairly well. As a payoff for his numerous blessings, his defense is somewhat poor and whiffing with him is a death sentence. His hitbox is very abnormal compared to the others (he is a bear after all), which leads to situations where combos may whiff on him or specific combos that apply to Teddie only. He also lacks an overhead attack, excluding his All-Out Attack which has a noticeable startup.

His leitmotif is known as "Kuma Kuma Circus!" (localized as either "Teddie Circus!," "Bear Bear Circus!" or "Teddie Teddie Circus" and can go either way on those).

Score Attack[]

Teddie is the fourth character the player faces in Score Attack. His damage is increased, he is heavier than normal and Teddie Circus is sped up to high speeds and does 3 trips around.


Persona 4 Golden[]

List of Social Link Skills
Skill Cost Effect Rank
Auto-Rakukaja Passive Automatic Rakukaja at the start of battle. 2
Recarm 8 SP Revives 1 ally with 50% HP. 4
Marakunda 24 SP Decreases all foes' Defense for 3 turns. 6
Samarecarm 18 SP Revives 1 ally with full HP. 8
Evade Elec Passive Triples evasion rate against Elec attacks. 10
List of Bike Skills
Skill Cost Effect Rank
Dekunda 10 SP Nullifies stat penalties on party. 1
Life Drain 3 SP Drains 30 HP from 1 foe. 2
Mustard Bomb 16% HP Deals medium Phys damage to all foes with a chance of Enervation. 3
White Wall 18 SP Add Ice resistance to 1 ally (for 3 turns). 4
Evade Physical Passive Triples evasion rate against Phys attacks. 5


P4 Anime (English)[]

  • "*snicker* She dumped ya, huh?" (teasing Yosuke)

Battle Quotes[]

As fighter
  • "Go, Kintoki-Douji!" (Enemy weak to attack/Critical with Phys skill)
  • "Here goes! Kamui!" (Enemy weak to attack/Critical with Phys skill)
  • "Go, Kamui-Moshiri!" (Enemy weak to attack/Critical with Phys skill)
  • "Bear-sona!" (Peru-kuma! in Japanese version) (Using a skill)
  • "It's so stubborn!" (Failure to eliminate an enemy Shadow)
  • "I'll get it next time!" (Failure to eliminate an enemy Shadow)
  • "Oh ... how cruel!" (Getting up from being knocked down/Dizzy)
  • "I'm still ticking!" (Getting up from being knocked down/Dizzy)
  • "This is my chance, how about it?" (Follow-up attack)
  • "Here I go!" (Follow-up attack after being initiated)
  • "Thank you!" (Being healed)
  • "Thanks a bunch!" (Being healed)
  • "Leave it to moi!" (Tactics: Act Freely)
  • "You're the boss!" (Tactics: Direct Commands)
  • "Bear pile on the enemy!" (Prompt for All-Out Attack)
  • "It's time to get wild!" (Prompt for All-Out Attack)
  • "Just say the word and it's bear time!" (Prompt for All-Out Attack)
  • "Take this! And this!" (Commencing with All-Out Attack)
  • "What a Teddie-ous fight! Heehee." (Battle Won)
  • "I'm the MVB! Wah ha ha!" (Battle won)
  • "These are my true abilities!" (Battle won)
  • "Whee! We won!" (Battle won)
  • "I'm pretty good, aren't I?" (Battle won)
  • "The Teddie legend never dies!" (Battle won)
  • "I've climbed the stairway to maturity!" (Level Up)
As support
  • "Yosuke pounded an enemy!" (Yosuke defeats a Shadow)
  • "Oh, Sensei! How could you?" (Protagonist status down)
  • "That's it, Yosuke! One enemy down!" (Yosuke does a critical hit/weakness point)
  • "Ehh!? '____', your defense is down!" (Any character gets defense down)
  • "Four/three/two enemies left!" (Defeating enough shadows to leave four/three/two enemies remaining)
  • "Hoho! Kanji, you beat an enemy!" (Kanji defeating a Shadow in combat)
  • "An ambush by three enemies! Don't cry!" (Being ambushed by three Shadows)
  • "Three enemies! Let's get through this!" (Engaging combat with three Shadows)
  • "There are two enemies! Hang in there!" (Engaging combat with two Shadows)
  • "Amazing, Sensei! Keep it up!" (Protagonist does a critical hit/weakness point)
  • "Good work, Sensei! That's one so far!" (Defeating Shadow)
  • "I smell one enemy! You can do it!" (Engaging combat with one Shadow)
  • "That was coooool, Yosuke!" (The enemy missed attack on Yosuke)
  • "Beautiful, Yuki-chan!" (The enemy missed attack on Yukiko)
  • "Whoa, Kanji, that was so cool!" (The enemy missed attack on Kanji)
  • "I smell three enemies! Don't get careless!" (Engaging combat with three Shadows)
  • "S-Sensei! How dare you!" *growls* (Protagonist is knocked down)
  • "Two enemies left!" (Defeating enough shadows to leave two enemies remaining)
  • "Hang tight and go for it!" (Using rush)
  • "Hang in there!" (Using rush)
  • "Victory!!" (Party won battle)
  • "Yikes! This one's tough!" (Analyzing an enemy)
  • "You can win this! Do your best!" (Analyzing a weak enemy)
  • "Three enemies! But they're too slow!" (Engaging combat with advantage against three Shadows)
  • "Go Sensei! You knocked it down!" (Protagonist strikes enemy's weakness)
  • "You hit its weakness! Smart move, Sensei!" (Protagonist strikes enemy's weakness)
  • "It's our turn first! There's three enemies!" (Engaging combat with advantage against three Shadows)
  • "It's down!" (Protagonist strikes enemy's weakness)
  • "I smell two enemies! Beat them up!" (Engaging combat with enemies)
  • "You're awesome, Sensei! Go go go!" (Protagonist strikes enemy's weakness)
  • "That was a good one, Sensei!" (Protagonist strikes enemy's weakness)
  • "Great, Sensei! Go for broke!" (Protagonist defeats enemy)
  • "One enemy! Fight! Fight! Fight!" (One enemy in battle)
  • "Two enemy Shadows! You get to go first!" (Engaging combat with advantage against enemies)
  • "No one stands in Sensei's way!" (Protagonist defeats enemy)
  • "Yosuke's on the warpath! Keep it going!" (Yosuke defeats an enemy)
  • "There's one enemy! Smash it!" (Engaging combat with a single enemy)
  • "You've hit its weakness!" (Protagonist strikes enemy's weakness)
  • "Yosuke's in danger! He needs help!" (Yosuke's HP is low)
  • "Waaah! That was intense! You okay?" (Party was struck by an enemy's multi-attack)
  • "No, Sensei! Sensei, get up!" (Protagonist is defeated)
  • "Sensei, get up! Somebody, help!" (Protagonist is defeated)
  • "Get up, sensei! Someone, help!" (Protagonist is defeated)
  • "S-Sensei!? Sensei!" (Protagonist is defeated)
Persona 4 Golden
  • "Yay! Kamui-Moshiri!" (Summoning Persona: Kamui-Moshiri)
  • "I'm here! Time to show my skills!" (Prompting Cavalry Attack)
  • "Come on, miracle!" (When performing the skill Kamui Miracle)
  • "Let's see what pops out!" (When performing the skill Kamui Miracle)
  • "Kamui Miracle!" (When performing the skill Kamui Miracle)
  • "That was easy!" (Battle won in Gekkou Uniform)
  • "All right! Next!" (Battle won in Gekkou Uniform)
  • "Gimme your hearts!" (Battle won in Drag Costume)
  • "Phoenix Rangers Featherman R!" (Battle won in Neo Featherman Suit)
  • "Feather Horned Owl saves the day!" (Battle won in Neo Featherman Suit)

  • "Let's do this!" (When chosen in character select screen)
  • "No! I'm been locked up!" (Trapped inside a locker)
  • "I'm a V.I.P. so I decided to show up late!" (Opening line)
  • "Ladies and gentlemen, let's play!" (Opening line)
  • "If I win, give me a raise!" (Opening line vs. Yosuke)
  • "Oh... I'm in big trouble now!" (Opening line vs. Kanji)
  • "Labby-chan! Let's play!" (Opening line vs. Labrys)
  • "Oh man...! A half-naked man in a cape!" (Opening line vs. Akihiko)
  • "You missed!" (While performing Teddie Decoy when the opponent is attacking)
  • "Teddie Screw!" (While performing Bear Screw)
  • "Teddie Ball!" (While performing Bear Screw)
  • "Teddie Charge!" (While performing Bear Screw)
  • "Teddie Driver!" (While performing Bear Screw)
  • "I'm a wild bear!" (While performing Bear Screw)
  • "Take this!" (While additional A attack)
  • "Climb up the stairs to adulthood!" (While performing Teddie Warp)
  • "BEARy poisonous." (While performing Puppeteddie)
  • "Make sure you trade in your old one!" (While performing Teddivision)
  • "No illegal garbage dumping!" (While performing Teddivision)
  • "How about this launch!" (While performing special move, Tomahawk)
  • "It's showtime!" (Performing Awakened super move, Circus Bear)
  • "This is my big day!" (Performing Awakened super move, Circus Bear)
  • "Let's go Teddie!" (Performing Awakened super move, Circus Bear)
  • "Any tips are appreciated!" (After performing Awakened super move, Circus Bear)
  • "Tune in next time!" (After performing Awakened super move, Circus Bear)
  • "Flip the switch!" (While performing instant kill, Kamui Kablooey)
  • "You've been careless. Look at 'em go!"(During instant kill, Kamui Kablooey)
  • "I'm no match for Sensei...!" (Defeated by Yu)
  • "I handle this" (While grabbing)
  • "I can't STAND you anymore!" (Throw)
  • "I've had enough of this!" (Throw)
  • "[Teddie appears in human form] I'm sorry, baby." (Final victory)
  • "[Teddie appears as Alice] Gimme... your hearts!" (Final victory)
  • "[Teddie appears in naked human form] Oh, don't be discouraged okay?" (Final victory)
  • "Is this the end of me...?" (At the Continue screen)
  • "I'll show you what I'm made of!" (Retry)

Victory Quotes[]

  • "You weren't weak. I was just too strong, baby..."
  • "Every day's great at your Junes! Nana-chan, are you watching?"
  • "Heeheehee... My time has come! I'm surging forth, like the raging waves!"
  • "Oh my, my wild nature just happened to slip out!"
Character specific
  • Yu Narukami: "Did you see that, Sensei? I've gotten stronger, right!?"
  • Yosuke Hanamura: "Hey, Yosuke? I won, so that means I get to eat all the food and sweets that Junes serves!"
  • Yukiko Amagi: "Hey, Yuki-chan! How'd you like my scoring with you, huh? Hrm? That isn't what "scoring" means?"
  • Kanji Tatsumi: "Whew, I thought Kanji was gonna hug me to death... My fur is still unruffled!"
  • Akihiko Sanada: "Oooh! Your muscles are amazing! Yikes, I can't fall behind! Here goes! Hmph! Hmph! Hmph!"
  • Labrys: "Let's do our best together, Labby-chan!"
  • Elizabeth: "Hm... What a mysterious lady. Say, would you like to pet my fur?"
  • Teddie: "The fake Teddie is no good at all. The real one has a much shinier coat of fur!"

  • "Ah! It's Sensei!" (Opening line vs. Yu)
  • "If I win, gimme a kiss!" (Opening line vs. Chie)
  • "Can I try scoring with you?" (Opening line vs. Yukiko)
  • "I'm gonna get arrested!" (vs. Naoto)
  • "I'm the only adorable bear this world needs!" (vs. Teddie (Shadow Type))
  • "Compressed bear!" (Using 2D Teddie)
  • "Did you see me, Nana-chan?" (Final victory)
  • Victory Quotes[]

    • "Heehee, I'm strong after all! I'm a champion!"
    • "A victory for Teddie! How was it, guys? Was I cool?"
    • "Hehehe... Now is the beginning of Teddie's legend! To anyone and everyone: bring it on!"
    • "You have a lot to learn before you can win against me! I accept rematches 24 hours a day!"
    • "I won't run anymore. I have a home I want to protect!"
    • "A frenzy of punches, glistening sweat, and an exchange of blows with a rival... That's youth, baby! Now, let's run towards the sunset!"
    Character Specific
    • Yu Narukami: "No wonder you're my Sensei... You were tough! Please let me go at you again some time!"
    • Yosuke Hanamura: "Yay, I won against Yosuke! Sooo... gimme a raise!"
    • Yukiko Amagi: "Y-Yuki-chan! Were you trying to burn me for real!?"
    • Naoto Shirogane: "The reason you lost, Nao-chan... was because I was too strong! All the mysteries have been solved."
    • Mitsuru Kirijo: "Hrmm? Are you okay, Mit-chan? Your punishment was a little underwhelming this time..."
    • Aigis: "A barrage of bullets from the cute Ai-chan? I'll accept them all!"
    • Elizabeth: "A-Are you after my life after all? I definitely don't wanna be made into bear stew!"
    • Yukari Takeba: "Ohoho! This lady seems marvelous too! Wanna have some tea with me at Junes?"
    • Ken Amada & Koromaru: "I won't let you take the role of adorable mascot! This age needs a bear like me, not just a plain ol' doggie!"
    • Rise Kujikawa: "Rise-chan, you've climbed the stairs to adulthood! Your new Persona was really cool!"
    • Sho Minazuki: "You have such sad eyes... Don't worry! I'm sure you can change!"
    • Marie: "It's great to see you, Emmy-chan! Might as well make the most of it, so let's go on a date!"

  • "Whether I'm the star or not depends on you, leader!" (Battle start, with P3 hero as leader)
  • "Teddie rocks all faces!" (Battle start)
  • "Mit-chan, if you're scared, hide inside me!" (Battle start, with Mitsuru)
  • "Let's give it our best, Sensei!" (Battle start, with P4 hero)
  • "It's the springy Shadow!" (Battle start, fighting Gene Shadow)
  • "Ewww, that's a sweaty-looking Shadow!" (Battle start, fighting Beastly Gigas Shadow)
  • "Hnngh... you must be a pervert! That's one kinky pose!" (Battle start, fighting Fierce Cyclops Shadow)
  • "Ah! Samurai!" (Battle start, fighting Rain Leg Musha Shadow)
  • "I'll show you ROAR power!" (Battle start, fighting Wheel Shadow)
  • "It's a tank!" (Battle start, fighting Turret Shadow)
  • "We're not gonna lose to this small fry!" (Battle start, fighting low-leveled F.O.E)
  • "Play dead! Maybe it'll go away!" (Battle start, fighting high-leveled F.O.E)
  • "I'll get them!" (Attack)
  • "Bear-sona!" (Skill, Kintoki-Douji/Kamui)
  • "Kintoki-Douji!" (Skill, Kintoki-Douji)
  • "Come here, Kintoki-Douji!" (Skill, Kintoki-Douji)
  • "Go, Kintoki-Douji!" (Skill, Kintoki-Douji)
  • "Kamui!" (Skill, Kamui)
  • "Come here, Kamui!" (Skill, Kamui)
  • "It's Teddie time!" (Skill, Sub-Persona)
  • "Pre-bear for Teddie!" (Skill, Sub-Persona)
  • "Use this!" (Item, on Allies)
  • "Let me help!" (Item, on Allies)
  • "What?" (Miss)
  • "No way!" (Miss)
  • "Hum-dee-hum... Enemies are friends, and friends are enemies!" (Panic)
  • "I feel all static-y!" (Paralysis)
  • "What... is poison...?" (Poison)
  • "I... finally... scored... (giggles and snores)" (Sleep)
  • "Ahhh! Danger! Who's in danger? Wait... it's me?" (Low HP)
  • "I... I'm bear-ly hanging in there..." (Low HP, responding to P4 hero)
  • "Hrnngh... I won't take pity from you!" (Low HP, responding to Koromaru)
  • "Our leader's in trouble!" (Low HP, P3 hero as leader)
  • "Mit-chan's in trouble! Can I help?" (Low HP, Mitsuru)
  • "Hnghh... my rival's in trouble!" (Low HP, Koromaru)
  • "Sensei, you don't look so hot!" (Low HP, P4 hero as Vice Leader)
  • "Oh, Yosuke! Why'd you have to die?" (Low HP, Yosuke)
  • "Yuki-chan's hurt! Teddie to the rescue!" (Low HP, Yukiko)
  • "Uh-oh! Kanji's got a big boo-boo!" (Low HP, Kanji)
  • "Yoinks! Zen and Rei-chan are struggling!" (Low HP, Zen and Rei)
  • "Uh-oh! I'm running low on Persona juice!" (Low SP)
  • "I'm done for..." (Dies)
  • "Ahhh! Our leader's out cold!" (P3/P4 hero as Leader dies)
  • "Sit back and watch how it's done, mutt!" (Koromaru dies)
  • "SENSEI!" (P4 hero as Vice Leader dies)
  • "Kanji's down!" (Kanji dies)
  • "Rei-chan! REI-CHANNNNNN! Oh, and Zen, too." (Zen and Rei die)
  • "Zen's not moving!" (Zen dies, after clearing Inaba Pride Exhibit)
  • "I need to go again!" (Follow-up, prompt)
  • "Give me the finishing move!" (Follow-up, prompt)
  • "Bear screw attack!" (Follow-up, accept)
  • "I'll go and break!" (Follow-up, accept)
  • "No way!" (Follow-up, no enemies defeated)
  • "Everyone's feeling good! Should we go All-Out?" (All-Out Attack, prompt)
  • "Charge!" (All-Out Attack, accept)
  • "Raging Teddie!" (All-Out Attack, accept)
  • "My circus of miracles is just beginning!" (One enemy defeated, less than 3 turns)
  • "Okay, so what's next?" (One enemy defeated, more than 3 turns)
  • "Victory!" (Battle end)
  • "We won!" (Battle end)
  • "We did it!" (Battle end)
  • "Score 1 for Team Gekkou!" (Battle end, P3 hero as Leader)
  • "We're su-bear-rior!" (Result)
  • "Our victory broke the sound bear-rier!" (Result)
  • "Did everyone see how great I was?" (Result)
  • "My claws had it covered!" (Result)
  • "I'm proud and lovelier than ever!" (Level up)
  • "My power is un-bear-alleled!" (Level up)
  • "My Persona's cool, too!" (Level up, Sub-Persona)
  • "Sign of a new Persona! Right, Kamui?" (Level up, Kintoki-Douji turns into Kamui)
  • "Your Persona's growing, too!" (Level up, P3/P4 hero's Sub-Persona)
  • "Here I come!" (Opening door)
  • "Whoopsie! Fire's out!" (Holy Flame goes out)

  • In Other Languages[]

    Language Titles
    Flag of the United States English Teddie Ted
    Flag of Japan Japanese クマ (Kuma) 熊田 (Kumada)
    Flag of South Korea Korean 곰 (Gom) 웅이 (Ung-i)
    Flag of Hong KongFlag of the Republic of China Traditional Chinese 小熊 (Xiǎoxióng) 熊田 (Xióngtián)
    Flag of France French Teddie
    Flag of Germany German Teddie
    Flag of Spain Spanish Teddie
    Flag of Italy Italian Teddie
    Flag of Mexico Spanish (Latin America) Kuma
    Flag of Brazil Portuguese (Brazil) Kuma
    Arabic لدب


    • According to Atlus, by design Teddie is a Disney-style, liked-by-everyone, TV mascot. Due to the game's themes, creating this kind of character was a necessity.[6]
    • Some design sketches for Teddie indicate that he was originally planned to be female.
    • Teddie imitates Takaya Sakaki's scene at the love hotel from Persona 3 when the protagonist and the team go there for the school trip in Port Island. He's accompanied by two cats on each side, representing Jin Shirato and Chidori Yoshino.
    • In the Japanese version, he uses the alter ego Kumada (熊田, lit. "bear field," but can also be interpreted as クマだ, or 'It's Kuma!" or may be a pun on the name, "Yamada") instead of retaining his original name once he comes out to the real world. Kumada is a common Japanese last name.
    • When the group plays "King's Game," he and Kanji kiss regardless of number choice, but it is not seen on-screen. Choosing number three implies that Teddie was likely intoxicated, although his dialogue towards Kanji and flirtatiousness with Yu implies he may have had the intent to kiss him, while choosing number one shows Teddie had simply missed.
    • Inside the DVD of Persona 4, there is hidden audio of Teddie describing Naoto's current status in battle when he is in the supporting role. This scenario is impossible considering the timeline of the game, since the team rescues Naoto after Teddie joins the party as a fighter.
    • In the animated cutscenes of the game, the mouth of Teddie's bear suit does not move after he develops an ego, but in the anime, his mouth moves even after he obtains his human form. This is also changed in the new animated cutscenes in Persona 4 Golden, but in the cutscenes from the original game, his mouth still does not move.
    • One of Teddie's usable weapons, Strega Claw is a reference to Strega from Persona 3.
    • In Persona 4 Golden, when wearing a Gekkoukan High uniform (in human form), Teddie imitates Ken Amada's victory pose and says his lines. He also spins an imaginary spear in the victory pose.
    • In Persona 4 Golden, Teddie, near the end of the game, visits the protagonist during lunch at school to suggest hanging out later, much like other Social Link characters. This is the only time in the game he does so, as his Social Link is part of the game's plot and non-optional.
    • Teddie, in some regards, is similar to another Shadow, Ryoji Mochizuki. However, Teddie gained a human form due to him gaining a Persona, while Ryoji gained a human form due to being inside the protagonist of Persona 3 for 10 years, however he originally appeared in the form of a child.
    • As stated above, in the English versions of Persona 4, Teddie's dialogue is full of bear puns. The ultimate form of the Star Arcana, Teddie's Arcana, is Helel, the Light "Bear"er.
    • Teddie's Bear Claw follow-up attack is likely a reference to Bear Claw user Warsman's signature Screwdriver technique from the manga series Kinnikuman. Teddie's technique was renamed Bear Screw in Persona 4 Arena.
    • Teddie, Shadow Labrys and Metis (though she is only theorized to be a Shadow) are one of the few Shadows that have developed egos and wield Personas.
    • It is mentioned in Persona Q and shown in Persona 4 Arena that after leaving the TV World, he takes residence in Yosuke's closet which includes a bed and some pieces of human clothing.
    • Teddie's Personas have an appearance of metallic ball-shaped machines. This correlates with Teddie's own body being round and artificially made.
    • Though subtle, Teddie's voice actually changes when he is in his human form. It is not as excitable and is smoother than his regular voice. However, he goes back to his original voice every now and then, especially when in his bear suit.
    • Morgana in Persona 5 can wear a Teddie outfit as DLC.
    • Teddie appears in Persona 5 as a central part of the festive decoration, the Kumade (熊手*)?. It is is bought by Haru Okumura for the protagonist to decorate his room with after he assists her at the Tori no Ichi Festival.
    • Teddie makes numerous cameos throughout Atlus' game Catherine: as a stuffed animal, on a poster, on a bottle of "Bear Beer" and more.
    • Teddie says "bear" 65 times in Persona 4 The Animation.
    • In Persona 4 Golden, due to Teddie's unknown age, he is unable to obtain a license to obtain a scooter to ride to the beach; he instead uses roller blades while in his bear suit.

    Persona 4 Arena[]


    Gamers! E2 Playing Persona 4

    Persona 4 Arena Ultimax in Gamers!.

    • The Bear Screw attack is based on his Bear Claw follow up attack in the original Persona 4.
    • In his Fake Bear R-Action, Teddie can still deflate his suit somehow, even long after gaining a human form.
    • After landing Teddie's Kamooey Kablooey (Kamu Kamu Rocket, in Japanese version), Kintoki-Douji descends with an afro on top of its head, referencing Faust's instant kill from Guilty Gear X where he blows both his opponent and himself up with a bomb, giving them both afros.
    • There is a cutscene that shows Teddie flexing his muscles which is also his All-Out Attack cut-in image in Persona 4 Golden.
    • When Teddie wins a match in Persona 4 Arena, the announcer will say "Kuma wins!" on the English voice setting.
    • Both Chie and Teddie are the only characters to not retain any of their offensive spells in their movesets; in Teddie's case, all of his attacks are original save for his followup attack.
    • Teddie's auto-combo has him finish with multiple punches while growing large eyebrows. This is a reference to the anime and manga series "Fist of the North Star." Arc System Works also did a fighting game adaptation of the series.
    • In the second episode of the 2017 anime series Gamers!, the characters Keita Amano and Tasuku Uehara play the arcade version of Persona 4 Arena Ultimax. Tasuku's Teddie defeat's Keita's Yu Narukami, without losing any HP.

    Persona 4: Dancing All Night[]

    • Teddie, along with Nanako, has two different artworks: one is his default Teddie Costume, and the other is his human form.

    Appearances in Other Media[]

    Title Details Date External Links
    Puzzle and Dragons Collaboration event
    * Teddie
    July 16th, 2018 - July 29th, 2018
    Catherine / Full Body * Cameo as a plush in Stray Sheep
    BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle DLC
    * Playable Character (Season 2). Unlike Aigis, Teddie fully retains his English and Japanese names, text and pronunciation.
    * May 31, 2018 (Japan)
    * June 5, 2018 (North America)
    * June 22, 2018 (Europe)
    Article on the Cross Tag Wiki
    Super Smash Brothers Ultimate DLC
    * hat for the Mii Fighters. Teddie himself can be seen dancing on TV screens when the Mementos stage is chosen with its Persona 4 skin.
    Etrian Odyssey Origins Collection
    Etrian Odyssey II HD
    DLC June 1, 2023 Steam page (Collection)
    Steam page (Etrian Odyssey II HD)
    Steam Page (EO II HD Character Set DLC)
    BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle
    Teddie (BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle, Character Select Artwork)
    Teddie in BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle
    BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle (Arcade Poster)
    Illustration of Teddie for BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle arcade poster
    BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle (Special Edition Poster)
    Illustration of Teddie for BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Special Edition poster
    Extra (Cross Tag Battle, Episode Mode Illustration, 2,Type A)
    Extra (Cross Tag Battle, Episode Mode Illustration, 2,Type D)
    Extra (Cross Tag Battle, Episode Mode Illustration, 2,Type E)
    Catherine (Full Body)
    Catherine Teddie Stray Sheep
    Teddie Plush in Catherine
    Catherine Trio Stray Sheep
    Teddie Plush in Catherine: Full Body
    Puzzle and Dragons
    Teddie Puzzle and Dragons
    Teddie in Puzzle and Dragons
    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
    Teddie hat


    1. Persona 4 The Golden Animation Height Chart
    2. Persona 4 Official Design Works
    3. translation - persona 4 club: kanji mayonakatv, LiveJournal (January 24, 2009)
    4. Persona 4 - Yu is a Manwhore maarten bannink, Youtube (February 3, 2013)
    5. "I've been asking around about Teddie too, but I'm surprised how many people actually remember him. They're all like, "Oh yeah, that guy in the bear suit from Junes..." But nobody has seen him, yesterday or today... He's loved by so many different people... Where the heck could he have gone...?"
      —Rise Kujikawa, Persona 4
    6. File:Persona DoubleJump Atlus Interview.png

    Playable Protagonist - Yosuke Hanamura - Chie Satonaka - Yukiko Amagi - Kanji Tatsumi - Rise Kujikawa - Teddie - Naoto Shirogane
    Social Link Margaret - Nanako Dojima - Ryotaro Dojima - Naoki Konishi - Kou Ichijo - Daisuke Nagase - Hisano Kuroda - Sayoko Uehara - Yumi Ozawa - Ayane Matsunaga - Ai Ebihara - Fox - Shu Nakajima - Eri Minami - Marie - Tohru Adachi
    Major Igor - Mayumi Yamano - Misuzu Hiiragi - Saki Konishi - Mitsuo Kubo - Hanako Ohtani - Kinshiro Morooka - Noriko Kashiwagi - Taro Namatame - Old Lady Shiroku - Master Daidara - Minoru Inoue - Yuuta Minami - Kaneko - Aika Nakamura - President Tanaka - Chihiro Fushimi - Mr. Edogawa - Kanami Mashita - Moel Gas Station Attendant
    Major enemies Shadow Yosuke - Shadow Chie - Shadow Yukiko - Shadow Kanji - Shadow Rise - Shadow Teddie - Shadow Mitsuo - Shadow Naoto - Kunino-sagiri - Ameno-sagiri - Kusumi-no-Okami - Izanami
    Inaba Central Shopping District - Dojima Residence - Junes Department Store - Samegawa Flood Plain - Velvet Room - Yasogami High School
    Midnight Channel Twisted Shopping District - Yukiko's Castle - Steamy Bathhouse - Marukyu Striptease - Void Quest - Secret Laboratory - Heaven - Magatsu Inaba - Hollow Forest - Yomotsu Hirasaka
    Other Okina City - Shichiri Beach - Midnight Trivia Miracle Quiz - Tatsumi Port Island (Gekkoukan High School - Club Escapade - Iwatodai Station)
    Albums Original Soundtrack (Persona 4 / Golden / The Animation) - Never More -Reincarnation- - Persona 4: The Golden Animation Special Arrange CD - Persona 20th Anniversary All Time Best Album - Re:BRiLLiANCE
    Songs "Ain't Nobody Can Hold Me Down" - "Alone in this World" - "Aria of the Soul" - "Studio Backlot/Backside of the TV" - "Beauty of Destiny" - "Dazzling Smile" - "Falling into Right Places" - "Heartbeat, Heartbreak" - "Heaven" - "I'll Face Myself" - "Just Like The Wind" - "Key Plus Words" - "Koisuru Meitantei" - "Never More" - "Next Chance to Move On" - "Pursuing My True Self" - "Reach Out To The Truth" - "Shadow World" - "Signs of Love" - "Sky's The Limit" - "SNOWFLAKES" - "Someone Else's Man" - "Time For True Revelation" - "Time To Make History" - "True Feelings" - "True Story" - "The Way of Memories" - "We Are One and All" - "Ying Yang" - "Your Affection"
    Terminology Persona (Initial / Ultimate) - Persona user - Glasses - Fog - Shadow - Shadow Self - Party - Tactics - All-out Attack - Shuffle Time - Arcana Chance - Fusion Forecast - Weather Forecast - Investigation Team - Mystery Food X - Phoenix Ranger Featherman R
    Lists Arcana - Personas - Shadows - Skills - Items (Persona 4 / Golden) - Requests - Status Changes - Activities - Calendar - Golden Trophies - The Animation / Golden Animation Episodes - Patches and Updates - Steam Profile Items
    School Life Weather Forecast - Seasons - Social Link - Social Stats - Yen - Class - Studying - Books - Movie Theater - Bed - Fishing - Cooking - Part-time Jobs - Shrine - Scooter - Gardening - School Club - Bug Catching - Refrigerator - Crane Machine - Chagall Café - Tanaka's Amazing Commodities - Cat
    Other Media
    Games Golden - Arena - Arena Ultimax - Dancing All Night
    Productions The Animation / -The Factor of Hope- / The Golden Animation - Visualive / the Evolution - Persona Stalker Club - 「PERSORA AWARDS」 - PERSORA AWARDS 2 - PERSORA AWARDS 3 - Persora -The Golden Best- - Persona VS
    Publications Manga - The Magician - Dengeki Comic Anthology (the Animation / The Golden / The Golden Animation) - Kiri no Amnesia - Your Affection - Persona x Detective Naoto (manga) - Yasoinaba Case File - Persona Magazine
    Drama CDs Persona 4 (Vol.1 / Vol.2 / Vol.3) - Persona 4 The Animation (Vol.1 / Vol.2) - Persona 4 Golden (Vol.1 / Vol.2)
    Mobile Games The Card Battle - Colors - Persona 4: The Slot - Persona 4 the Pachinko
    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
    Ultimax - Manga (Arena) - Manga (Ultimax) - Stageplay (Arena) - Stageplay (Ultimax)
    Playable Arena Yu Narukami (Izanagi - Regular / Izanagi-no-Okami - Instant Kill) - Yosuke Hanamura (Jiraiya) - Chie Satonaka (Tomoe) - Yukiko Amagi (Konohana Sakuya) - Kanji Tatsumi (Take-Mikazuchi) - Naoto Shirogane (Sukuna-Hikona) - Teddie (Kintoki-Douji) - Aigis (Pallas Athena - Regular / Palladion - Instant Kill) - Mitsuru Kirijo (Artemisia) - Akihiko Sanada (Caesar) - Elizabeth (Thanatos) - Labrys (Ariadne) - Shadow Labrys (Asterius)
    Playable Ultimax Yukari Takeba (Isis) - Junpei Iori (Trismegistus) - Sho Minazuki (Tsukiyomi) - Rise Kujikawa (Himiko) - Ken Amada & Koromaru (Kala-Nemi & Cerberus) - Tohru Adachi (Magatsu-Izanagi) - Marie (Kaguya-Hime) - Margaret (Yoshitsune - Cu Chulain - Ardha - Regular / Helel - Instant Kill)
    Non-Playable Unit #024 - Igor - Theodore - Nanako Dojima - Ryotaro Dojima - Detective Kurosawa - Fuuka Yamagishi - Eri Minami - Yuuta Minami - Malevolent Entity - Erebus - Kikuno Saikawa - Shuji Ikutsuki - Minoru Inoue
    Inaba Midnight Channel - Velvet Room - Yasogami High School - Tartarus
    Albums Original Soundtrack (Arena / Ultimax) - Original Arrange Soundtrack
    Songs "Best Friends" - "Now I Know" - "Aria of the Soul" - "Reach Out To The Truth" - "Mass Destruction" - "Break Out Of..." - "Today"
    Terminology Dark Hour - Evoker - Midnight Channel - P-1 Grand Prix - Persona - Persona user - Plume of Dusk - Shadow - Shadow Self - Shadow Operatives - Investigation Team - Wild Card - Persona Fragments - Red Fog
    Lists Status Changes - Skills - Trophies (Arena / Ultimax) - Steam Profile Items
    Productions The Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena Stageplay - Persona 4: The Ultimax Ultra Suplex Hold Stageplay
    Playable Rise Kujikawa - Yu Narukami - Kanami Mashita - Yosuke Hanamura - Chie Satonaka - Kanji Tatsumi - Teddie - Yukiko Amagi - Naoto Shirogane - Nanako Dojima - Margaret - Marie - Tohru Adachi - Hatsune Miku
    Non-playable Protagonist - Ryotaro Dojima - Minoru Inoue - Sumomo Ujima - Tomoe Sayama - Tamami Uesugi - Nozomi Nakahara - Kyoka Ochimizu - Dance Instructor - Yuko Osada - Mikuratana-no-Kami - President Tanaka
    Other Velvet Room - Yomotsu Hirasaka - Takura Productions - Inaba - Midnight Channel
    Midnight Stage Kujikawa Rise (Stage) - Circus Tent - Sultry Lounge - Doll House - Romantic Castle - Mechanical Castle - Event Space - Mikuratana-no-Kami's Realm
    Albums Persona 4: Dancing All Night Original Soundtrack
    Songs Dance! - Calystegia
    Terminology Persona - Persona User - Shadow - Kanamin Kitchen - LMB Festival - Shadow Self - Investigation Team - Apathy Syndrome
    Lists Trophies
    Playable - P3 P3 hero - Yukari Takeba - Junpei Iori - Akihiko Sanada - Mitsuru Kirijo - Fuuka Yamagishi - Aigis - Koromaru - Ken Amada - Shinjiro Aragaki
    Playable - P4 P4 hero - Yosuke Hanamura - Chie Satonaka - Yukiko Amagi - Kanji Tatsumi - Rise Kujikawa - Teddie - Naoto Shirogane
    Playable - PQ Rei & Zen
    Non-playable Elizabeth - Margaret - Theodore - Marie - Nanako Dojima - Queen of Hearts - Merciful Clergyman - Kind Doctor - Best Friend - Clockwork God - Chronos - Zeus
    Origin Tartarus - Yasogami High School
    Main Hub Handcrafted Workshop - Nurse's Office - Velvet Room
    Labyrinths You in Wonderland - Group Date Cafe - Evil Spirit Club - Inaba Pride Exhibit - Clock Tower
    Albums Original Soundtrack - Sound of the Labyrinth
    Songs "Maze of Life" - "Light the Fire Up in the Night" - "Laser Beam" - "Changing Me"
    Terminology Persona (Sub-Persona) - Persona user - Velvet Room - Fusion (Sacrificial Fusion) - Shadow (F.O.E) - Wild Card - Dark Hour - Evoker - Boost - Power Spot - Skill Card - SEES - Investigation Team - Cut-in - All-out Attack
    Lists Arcana - Personas - Shadows - Bosses - Skills (Skill Cards) - Items - Ailments - Requests - Patches and Updates
    Other Media
    Manga -Roundabout- - Side:P3 - Side:P4
    Productions Escape From Persona Q: Cyber Labyrinth - Official Visual Material
    Playable - P5 P5 hero - Ryuji Sakamoto - Ann Takamaki - Yusuke Kitagawa - Goro Akechi - Morgana - Makoto Niijima - Futaba Sakura - Haru Okumura
    Playable - P4 P4 hero - Yosuke Hanamura - Chie Satonaka - Yukiko Amagi - Kanji Tatsumi - Rise Kujikawa - Teddie - Naoto Shirogane
    Playable - P3/P P3 hero - P3P heroine - Yukari Takeba - Junpei Iori - Akihiko Sanada - Mitsuru Kirijo - Fuuka Yamagishi - Aigis - Koromaru - Ken Amada - Shinjiro Aragaki
    Non-playable Hikari - Nagi - Doe - Hikari's Father - Elizabeth - Theodore - Margaret - Marie - Caroline and Justine - Kamoshidaman - Herbivore Dinosaurs - Yosukesaurus - Ribbon - Overseer - Mother Computer - Enlil - Nanako Dojima
    Origin Tartarus - Iwatodai Dormitory - Junes - Midnight Channel - Dojima Residence - Café Leblanc - Mementos
    Main Hub Cinema - Velvet Room - Shop
    Labyrinths Kamoshidaman - Junessic Land - A.I.G.I.S. - Hikari - Theater District
    Albums Original Soundtrack
    Songs "Road Less Taken" - "Wait and See" - "Pull the Trigger" - "Remember, We Got Your Back" - "Invitation to Freedom" - "Cinematic Tale" - "Life Will Change" - "Nothing is Promised" - "LaLaLa Goodbye Personality!" - "Hikari is Bad!" - "That’s Right, Right?" - "I Will Make You Normal" - "Colorful World"
    Terminology Persona (Sub-Persona) - Persona User - Velvet Room - Fusion - Shadow (F.O.E) - Wild Card - Dark Hour - Evoker - Glasses - Mask - Power Spot - Cognition - Boost - Metaverse - SEES - Investigation Team - Phantom Thieves of Hearts - Cut-in - Special Screening - All-out Attack - Baton Pass - Akashic Record
    Lists Arcana - Characters - Items - Skills - Personas - Shadows - Bosses - Ailments - Special Screenings - Patches and Updates
    Other Media
    Manga Roundabout Special - Official Visual Materials