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"He was involved in dangerous work, but in the end, he fought to make things right. He believed the Shadows needed to be stopped, even if it meant losing his life. That's why I choose to fight. I'm going to destroy the Dark Hour and finish what my dad started. That's all I can do. That we can do. Right, Mitsuru-senpai?"
—Yukari Takeba, revised in Persona 3 Reload

Yukari Takeba is a playable character from Persona 3. She is a student at Gekkoukan High School and a member of the Specialized Extracurricular Execution Squad.

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In Persona 3, Yukari Takeba is a playable character and a student at Gekkoukan High School. She is part of the Specialized Extracurricular Execution Squad and is recognized for her high magic stat and SP. Yukari is a crucial ally in battle, available for all major fights. Her storyline is deeply influenced by her father, Eiichiro Takeba, who was associated with the Kirijo Group.
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Yukari Takeba's Lovers Arcana Social Link in Persona 3 begins after July 23rd, with the protagonist's Charm status at maximum. The link strengthens with each interaction, helping Yukari mend her relationship with her mother and cope with her father's passing. Upon completion, Yukari accepts her mother and develops romantic feelings for the protagonist. She can be located in Gekkoukan's Classroom 2F on Mondays and Wednesdays.
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Yukari Takeba's evolution in Persona 3 Reload is reflected through her wardrobe changes and involvement in the game's events. She sports a new outfit of a pink shirt, navy blue pants, and white sandals. For cooking events, she wears a pink striped apron. Her summer wardrobe includes a gradient tank top. These wardrobe changes symbolize her character growth and increased participation in the plot.
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In the Persona series, Yukari Takeba and Mitsuru Kirijo develop a strong bond despite their complex history. Yukari initially feels jealous of Mitsuru's privileged background. The revelation that her father, an employee of the Kirijo Group, was killed by Mitsuru's grandfather, causes Yukari emotional turmoil. Eventually, they reconcile their differences and form a respectful, sisterly bond.
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In the Persona 3 Portable Dengeki Comic Anthology, Yukari Takeba is a key character. This anthology, released on March 10, 2010, by ASCII Media Works, traces the journey of both female and male protagonists from Persona 3 Portable. The anthology features contributions from several authors, including Shuji Sogabe, who also worked on the Persona 3 and Persona 4 manga adaptations.
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Persona 3/FES/Portable[]

Yukari has neck-length light brown hair and brown eyes. She wears small white earrings in both of her ears. She is often seen with both her hands behind her back, except when holding her bow. She is almost never seen without wearing outfits and accessories that are primarily pink in color.

At school and within Tartarus/the Dark Hour, she wears a pink cardigan, a loose red ribbon, a black mini skirt, black knee-high stockings with white lines on the outer-sides (often shown with white hearts of four in more detailed settings), and a heart-shaped white choker. In Persona 3 Reload, her choker is grayish. In Tartarus/the Dark Hour, she wears two black straps on her right leg with a beige gun holster for her Evoker, as well as her SEES armband on her left bicep. In Persona 3 The Movie, both the straps and the holster are white.

On the weekends and days off in the winter, she is seen wearing a long pink off-the-shoulder dress with lace-sewn patterns and fur linings over her skirt alongside a pair of tan knee-high boots with a fur trim (in media based on the movies and Dancing in Moonlight, they are colored black with front zippers instead). On the weekends and days off in summer, and in A Certain Day of Summer, she wears a pink tank top with orange straps and detail, and faded navy blue pants with white low-heeled sandals. She is never seen without her heart-shaped choker except when in a bath towel (during the July Operation only male protagonist's storyline and Kyoto at their third day), in her pink and blue two-piece swimsuit (during the beach excursion in Yakushima), or in her kimono (during both the Summer and New Year's Festivals).


In Persona 3 Reload, Yukari is given a new attire, wearing a sleeved pink shirt and faded navy blue pants with white low-heeled sandals. She is also shown wearing a pink striped apron during the cooking events.

In the summer weekend offs, Yukari’s tank top is now a gradient that consists of pale pink to dark pink. Her winter outfit has her wear brown ankle boots and black thigh-high socks instead of her knee-high boots.

When in Yakushima, Yukari's sunglasses have a small frame and her swimsuit top has a light color.

Yukari is also given new battle gear after the third Full Moon operation. She wears a black and gray hooded zipper jacket and a shoulder guard labeled "4" over her usual attire. Additionally, she wears one black archery glove on her right hand. To carry her evoker, she wears a white holster on her right thigh, secured by two straps.

Dancing in Moonlight[]

In Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight, Yukari wears a bright pink transparent shirt with multicolored neon triangle designs showing her black sport bra, a black mini skirt with pink-trimming, and black and pink sneakers with matching laces. She wears a bright blue stripe with a pink in the center wristband on her right wrist. She also wears black headphones over her ears, and a white choker with pink buckle. She has a heart-shaped marking below her left eye.

Persona 4 Arena Ultimax[]

In Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, now 19 years old, Yukari reappears and is wearing the uniform of Pink Argus. Her casual outfit consists of a pink top with a white lace design, a light navy collar short jacket, light beige short shorts, and brown high heel boots.


"You know, I've been thinking lately. Once you awaken to the power of Persona, you remember everything that happens during the Dark Hour. It's like trading away your innocence. In exchange for power, you can no longer look away from the things you don't want to see. So, I guess I'm stuck with you guys, huh?"
—Yukari, on what it means to be a Persona-user


Yukari with the protagonist and Junpei.

Yukari's Arcana is the Lovers, which focuses on balanced, connected relationships with others and important choices; as such, her personality and story revolve mainly around her relationships. She is very popular in Gekkoukan High due to her pretty looks and cheery, positive outlook on life. However, her kindness has its limits, as she's prone to mood swings and getting annoyed over trivial things, often expressing this annoyance with sarcasm. She likes to tease Junpei, even though she deeply cares for him. Her hobbies include archery and acting for drama, and she eventually makes a career of being an actress as Pink Argus. Her favorite color is pink and she has a fondness for cutesy things such as her heart choker and even maid uniforms.

Despite her cheerful exterior, Yukari is secretly a very lonely girl. Although she deeply values bonds and relationships with others, she's afraid of letting anyone get too close to her with fear that they'll find out about her traumatic past. The protagonist is an exception to this, as the two can relate to each other due to their shared losses. It can be heavily implied Yukari has romantic feelings for him. Eventually, she starts to open up to those around her, particularly Mitsuru, who she initially doesn't like very much but eventually becomes best friends with. As the Social Link ranks, with both protagonist, more specifically the female protagonist she starts to understand what it feels to have a friend her age and gender who understands her and worries about her to even start worrying about other people worrying about her selfishness and her personal problems. Yukari realizing what a friend really means to her is especially shown when her Social Link is maxed, as she hangs out with her fellow female SEES members and encourages Mitsuru to move on from the past. Yukari despises the Dark Hour, and likens being a Persona-user to trading innocence for power, since you can no longer turn away from the things you don't want to see. As a result, she considers being conscious during the Dark Hour to be a curse rather than a blessing, and so is shocked by Strega's willingness to keep it active just because it makes them feel special, calling them "crazy." She has made it her goal to eliminate the Dark Hour no matter what and fulfill her father's dying wish, a desire that only strengthens after receiving her father's true message (the other one had been edited by Ikutsuki), which triggers the evolution of her Persona.

However, while Yukari's love for her father reaches the point of idolization, she has a toxic relationship with her mother, who threw herself at random men as a coping mechanism against her husband's death. Eventually, Yukari decided she was better off living alone, doing so for 3 years before coming to the S.E.E.S. dorm. The two rarely talk, and when they do, their conversations are straight to the point at best and even outright antagonistic at worst. This in turn has made Yukari self-reliant and responsible, but also cold and aloof in some regard as well.


Yukari trying to use her Evoker

Yukari has phasmophobia (a fear of ghosts), which Junpei, Akihiko, Ryoji Mochizuki (and sometimes both protagonists) often take advantage of by intentionally spooking her or telling her ghost stories to agitate her to their amusement. Yukari's phasmophobia can be seen as being symbolic of her fear of death. Yukari has an extreme fear of death to the point where she initially has difficulty using her Evoker. Despite this, Yukari is a very brave young woman, perhaps to a fault, considering going to the back alley behind Port Island Station to be an "adventure" despite Junpei repeatedly warning her how dangerous it is and not being the least bit intimidated by street thugs, calling them "scum." She is also incredibly determined and strong-willed, even by the standards of the group, which is best shown when Ryoji offers to have the group's memories erased so they won't see The Fall coming; while most of the group are in deep conflict about what to do, Yukari decides right there and then that she doesn't want her memories erased, as she believes that forgetting would be like hiding from the truth. Over the next month, the rest of the group follows her example.

In The Answer, Yukari has become more impatient, distraught and pragmatic as a result of the protagonist's sacrificial death, a result of her emotional traumatic suffering that eats her inside, unwilling to acknowledge it herself, let alone open up with others. She becomes uncharacteristically somber and dismissive, intent on getting out of the Abyss of Time as quickly as possible, wanting to get back to her new life she is still adjusting to. She also shows extreme bitterness over Aigis' wildcard power similar to the the protagonist's, knowing it is a sign of her bond with him; she also shows anger when Aigis' resolve is weaker than hers in terms of moving forward in life or stepping into the past. Even when her own past is shown, she is quick to deduce the common theme among the memories of SEES' members beginnings, but she sees no point in bringing up the past, as the group's whole reason for risking everything was to move on to the future. When Yukari realizes the SEES team is just as distraught as she is in moving forward without the protagonist, she proposes a fighting comepetition between SEES members to settle the matter and determine who unanimously collects all the keys to make the ultimate decision for everybody. It's here that her determination ends up clouding her judgement, as she becomes ridiculously overconfident and uncaring of the consequences her decision could have.

In the team's bitter argument over what to do with the keys, she reveals that she had repeatedly forced herself to keep moving forward and cope with the protagonist's death, but now that there is some legitmate form of a chance to bring him back to life, she'll desperately accept that instead of miserably failing to accept his death. Instead of caving in, she fights back Akihiko and Ken's counter-arguments, accusing them only caring about their own self-centeredness due to their individual willingness to accept the present, something Mitsuru agrees with and supports, joining Yukari's side in the tide of battle, Yukari's undeniably strong desire being a formidable force to be reckoned with. Before she and Mitsuru battle against Aigis and Metis, she notices Aigis' growth in her heart and sees life in her again, happy to see back to her strong self. This does not deter Yukari's own determination, however. Once she loses the fight against Aigis, she is still emotionally resistant and desperately attempts to forcibly take the key away from Aigis, knowing herself her efforts are in vain.

Yukari comes to the catharsis of her emotional suffering upon realizing she is not alone in her grieving; that the SEES members are not only allies, but close friends she can lean on for support from the morbid aspects of life and death. With the gentle comfort and confiding of Mitsuru, she finally lets go of the pain. After apologizing to Aigis for her personal shortcomings and gaining closure from learning the truth of The Seal, a much happier and content Yukari is able to enjoy brand new days of her new life again, asking Aigis to be her roommate at their new dorm in the ending scene.

In Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth, one Yukari Takeba of the timeline where Makoto Yuki existed, so when the Phantom Thieves of Hearts. the Investigation Team and the female protagonist find the other SEES members, she doesn't personally know the female protagonist despite her knowing so much about them. She starts to feel bad for her, and the SEES members show appreciation of having friends by giving a gift to the female protagonist. The Yukari Takeba in the female protagonist's timeline is elated and relieved to know she's okay, and displays a strong, respectful sisterly-like bond with her.


Persona 3[]

Yukari's deceased father, Eiichiro Takeba, worked for the Kirijo Group while they were conducting Shadow research. He was opposed to the idea of bringing about the Fall, a stance that caused him to be killed by Mitsuru's grandfather. These events created most of the problems that SEES is forced to overcome.

Yukari's mother, Isako, dealt with the pain from the loss of her husband by dating numerous shallow boyfriends and essentially abandoned her daughter, annoying Yukari. Yukari and her mother even had to move multiple times, just to get away from the backlash of blame and vitriol for Eiichiro being held responsible for the deaths of many Kirijo Group researchers as he was in charge of the research team, even though the details of Eiichiro's role were not entirely clear and there were all sorts of rumors. Yukari ends up alone, which, coupled with the distress of losing her father, caused her to become quite introverted, which helps her connect with the protagonist because he also knows what it's like to prematurely lose a parent, making him the only person (aside from Fuuka) she opens up to.

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Yukari receiving her father's post-mortem letter.

When Yukari enrolled at Gekkoukan High School, she finally received the letter her father wrote 10 years ago. Realizing her father's wishes and his love for her, Yukari decided to join SEES, and hopefully learn the truth about the events that caused her father's death. She joins SEES prior to the protagonist's arrival for the reason of cooperating with the Kirijo Group in order to find some truth and information about her father, including the reason for his death. This time is detailed in Persona 3: Owari no Kakera, although the only known Yukari-related thing is that Mitsuru and Akihiko were unsure of her potential as the newest Persona user at the time.

The Journey[]


Yukari trying to shoot herself in the head.

Yukari is first seen in the introduction of the game holding an Evoker to her forehead, giving the impression that she is attempting suicide, but she eventually drops it. When the protagonist arrives at the dorm, she meets him in the Dark Hour and almost threatens him when Mitsuru Kirijo calls her off. If the protagonist asks her why she has a gun, she claims it's for self-defense. If he asks her if she knows about a weird kid with a contract, Yukari has no idea. Yukari shows him to his room and wishes him good night.

The next day, Yukari escorts the protagonist to his school, becoming his classmate. Yukari is popular at Gekkoukan High School due to her cheery disposition, but she is careful not to let anyone get too close to her. Yukari's relationship with Junpei Iori was a childhood one, and her teasing of him was frequently returned, although the two seemed to be on a relatively good basis.

When the Arcana Magician attacks the dorm, Yukari attempts to get the protagonist out, but the two end up trapped on the rooftop. Yukari attempts to fight the Shadow when it corners them, but is unable to steel herself to use her Evoker before the Shadow swats it away, leaving her defenseless. She then witnesses the protagonist awaken his Persona using her dropped Evoker.

Yukari hides her true motives from the group, and represses her emotions and her mood swings frequently in the game. From the start, she dislikes Mitsuru, because of how forceful and secretive she is as a leader, but likely due to jealousy of Mitsuru's inhuman superiority and the conflict resulting from their fathers. She's initially unhappy with Fuuka Yamagishi joining the team, largely because she believes that Fuuka had no choice in the matter, but she soon befriends Fuuka, and trusts her enough to ask for her help in investigating Tartarus and the Dark Hour. Despite being hard on her teammates initially, she overall expresses a great deal of concern for their wellbeing, which likely plays into her role as a healer. At one point she would make a dry joke about replacing Junpei, only wanting him to have changed for the better. At the start of the game, she has the most trouble summoning her Persona because she is distressed that the use of an Evoker requires one to mimic the act of suicide.

Yukari's zeal for investigation brings a lot of trouble, but also brings the group valuable allies and information. She often overestimates her capabilities, getting herself and others into risky situations beyond her control. She has a high aptitude for magic and her Persona excels in Wind and healing spells. She is regarded as the heroine of the game, as she possesses several qualities typical to an RPG heroine, such as being a healer, and wielding a bow and arrow.

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Yukari having an emotional breakdown after watching her father's video recording.

While vacationing at Yakushima, with Takeharu Kirijo revealing the incident involving the Kirijo Group ten years ago, Yukari is finally informed of her father's role in the Kirijo Group's Shadow experimentation. Learning about her father's supposed involvement in the creation of the Dark Hour and Tartarus causes her to have an emotional breakdown, even lashing out at Mitsuru for hiding the truth from her. Mitsuru tried to reason with Yukari, but she snapped, telling Mitsuru that she doesn't want her pity.


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Yukari bonding with the protagonist.

Upset over the revelation behind her father's death, Yukari runs off to the beach and the protagonist follows her. He finds her in disbelief and tears. She manages to get past it with the protagonist's help, although she admits to him that she's jealous of Mitsuru for having a fortunate father in comparison to her own. It is implied that she falls in love with him when he consoles her; this is hinted at several times in Persona 3 and confirmed in The Answer. For a while, Yukari would fight without a strong reason, and would genuinely believe her father was in the wrong. However, the discovery of these events also helped Yukari come to terms with Mitsuru, since they actually had a lot in common regarding their pasts. Eventually Yukari realizes her faults.

The day after Shuji Ikutsuki's betrayal and his failed attempt of trying to sacrifice SEES, Fuuka digs into the deleted files of his personal laptop and gives Yukari the original unedited video of her father -- the true video he recorded of the accident ten year ago, while the previous video she's been shown was doctored by Ikutsuki. In the video, her father apologizes that he won't be coming home, says that he loves her, he was the happiest man on Earth when he was with her and he told her to take care of herself. The video starts to short out, presumably when he dies. Yukari cries and tells him that she's doing okay and she's received his message. Her Persona evolves into Isis.

Having rediscovered her resolve, she would finally feel good about believing in her father. However, with Mitsuru genuinely broken as everything she believed in was shattered with the realization of Ikutsuki's manipulation of their goals and her father's death, Yukari would worry about her and console her at Kyoto. Yukari's support would help Mitsuru reawaken her newfound resolve, and the two would become close friends. When Ryoji Mochizuki later proposes that they choose between fighting an impossible fight against death or living their short lives in blissful ignorance, Yukari has a personal conversation with Mitsuru, with the two deciding together that they'll fight until the end.

Yukari remains loyal to the protagonist and SEES until the end of Nyx's defeat. Yukari tells Nyx she is tired of running and that living means looking death square in the face. On Graduation Day, she remembers the promise SEES made and runs to him on the roof.

Social Link[]

Main article: Social Link/Yukari Takeba
"I want you to look at me the way I look at you...Will you?"
—Yukari Takeba, to the protagonist

In The Lovers Social Link, the protagonist helps Yukari mend her relationship with her mother. Since Yukari is very popular, the player must maximize their Charm statistic in order to ask her out. The player must also wait until after the Yakushima event has passed, July 24th being the earliest time to initiate Yukari's Social Link. If the protagonist makes the correct choices, Yukari will confess her love for him. However, during one of the events at Iwatodai Station where she is robbed, the player must not hug Yukari or else the Social Link will reverse, as she thinks the protagonist is treating the situation like a joke.

The Social Link revolves around Yukari's isolation for the sake of her ideology and becoming a better person, based on bad experiences with her mother and irresponsible remarriages. While Yukari refuses to run away from her own problems, she makes various bad choices, eventually pitting the protagonist in a moral dilemma where she inevitably gets mad at him for doing the right thing and helping her, believing her independency has been disrespected.

Yukari eventually changes her views by apologizing to the protagonist, which allows them to become closer, as Yukari admits that the protagonist helps her not feel as lonely as she figuratively feels trapped inside herself. Also, after speaking with her mother, who refuses to get remarried unless she forgives her, Yukari decides to talk to her mother for the first time in 10 years: while worried that she might lash out at her mother, Yukari believes she'll be alright as long as the protagonist is with her. At the end of the Social Link, Yukari confesses her love to the protagonist.

If the player chooses not to date any of the girls, Yukari will appear for the Summer Festival.


Just like in the previous versions of the game, Yukari is an available Social Link. However, if the player chose the female protagonist, there are no requirements to start her Social Link. The Social Link starts when the player talks to her in the classroom on or after April 28th.

Her Social Link is slightly altered compared to the male protagonist's route. Instead of falling in love like in the original, Yukari first talks to the female protagonist about the time she summoned her Persona and other events. Through the Social Link, she talks about things like friendship and boyfriends, and the female protagonist will give her advice; as the Link progresses, Yukari looks forward to having a friend who understands her. In Social Link 7, the female protagonist protects Yukari from being run over by a car and gets injured. Yukari becomes extremely worried about the female protagonist getting hurt because of her. It is then revealed that she doesn't want to lose someone she cares about. When the player maximizes her Social Link, she decides to hold off getting a boyfriend for a while and decides to hang out with the female protagonist to enjoy the company of her best friend. Fuuka was also involved in events with Yukari and the two seemed to get along quite well on the female route, giving a sense of unity among the new members of SEES, and if the protagonist does not have a boyfriend, they will spend Christmas together.

Additionally, maxing out her Social Link on a New Game+ as the male protagonist will allow the player to spend time with her during the final cutscene rather than Aigis. However, it is not considered canon since in The Answer, Yukari mentions that the group found Aigis on the school roof with the male protagonist before the group arrived.

"I'll be by your side, I promise."
—Yukari Takeba to the protagonist shortly before his death, Persona 3 Portable

There are several unchanged lines from the male protagonist's Social Link. For example, Yukari will say that since she and the female protagonist started "going-out" and that she's changed a lot—both things that Yukari said in the male protagonist's Social Link.

This also happens outside of the Link: During the hospital scene after the Magician Full-Moon boss fight, although Yukari's text says, "I've been hiding so many things from her'. As soon as she wakes up, I'll tell her the truth," the voice-acting instead says "he" and "him." However, that error only occurs if you picked "I was scared, too." Choosing "It's not your fault" makes her correctly say "she" and "her."

The Answer[]

After the protagonist's sudden death, Yukari is haunted because she was never able to properly say goodbye, thank him or make peace with him before he died. Upon being invited by Fuuka to return one last time, she promptly declines, saying that she has cram school to attend. Yukari is the only one who seems reluctant to return to the dorm.


Yukari feeling annoyed and upset.

When SEES realizes that strange events are happening in the dorm, she is called to return again, which greatly annoys her but she accepts. Throughout the investigation of the Abyss of Time, Yukari appears irritated that Aigis inherited Orpheus, along with the protagonist's Wild Card ability. Despite her frequent mood-swings, the members of SEES seemingly tolerate her. Yukari's past is seen in Judecca, in which she receives a post-mortem letter from her father.

Upon defeating the manifestation of SEES' negative wills and collective desire to see the protagonist, she realizes that they have the ability to travel back to the time where the protagonist seals Nyx. Enraged by Aigis' indecisiveness about whether to return to the past, Yukari lashes out, revealing that she's jealous of Aigis for being together with the protagonist and hearing his last words during his final moments. She proclaims that she wants to go back and stop the protagonist, which is opposed by Akihiko and Ken since it would be disrespecting his will, with Junpei adding that by stopping the protagonist's actions, SEES would essentially undo their efforts of stopping the Fall.


Colosseo Purgatorio

Yukari has an emotional breakdown after realizing she can never see the protagonist again after his death.

As their opinions differ, the SEES members separate to fight each other to determine which one is right. Only Mitsuru supports Yukari's decision, but it is implied Mitsuru sides with Yukari not because she actually agrees with Yukari's plan, but because of a few reasons: Mitsuru doesn't want Yukari to feel any more alone than she has to be; Mitsuru wants to repay Yukari for her kindness and support after Takeharu's death; and to give Yukari a fair chance since a team of only one fighter would be unfair. When Aigis and Metis defeat all of the SEES members, Yukari attempts to steal the key from Aigis, but Metis reveals that it's impossible. Yukari finally admits her grief over the protagonist.

"I want to see him... I... I made a promise to him, too... I promised that I'd try my best to change this world, so that people would stop wishing for the Fall... But my promise wasn't like yours, Aigis... It was something I promised myself while holding his cold hand... That's why I decided to put the past behind me, and look forward... But I can't... I can't be that person... I wanna see him... I don't care about anything else! I just wanna see him again!"
—Yukari, about her desire to see the male protagonist again

She made a promise as well, but unlike Aigis, it was to herself. She promised to try to change the world into a peaceful one to make people stop wishing for the Fall, but admits she can't be that person and doesn't care about anything but seeing the protagonist again. The party, feeling her sorrow, comforts her. With her resolution strengthened, she decides to respect Aigis' decision of leaving the past the way it was.

Aigis new begining

Yukari and Aigis leaving the dormitory.

SEES later returns to when the protagonist sealed Nyx to learn the true cause of his death, and it is here they finally learn that he became the Great Seal to prevent the people's wish for the Fall from reaching Nyx. They encounter Erebus, the grand manifestation of humanity's grief and sorrow. Upon defeating it, Yukari apologized to Aigis, admitting that she's jealous because she didn't inherit the Wild Card ability and realized that Aigis obtained his ability not because she was chosen, but because she had felt the strongest to protect him. She, along with the other members of SEES make a promise that they will make the most out of their own lives in order to respect the protagonist's will and ease his burden. Yukari would later offer Aigis the chance to be her roommate, which Aigis gladly accepts.

Persona 4 Arena Ultimax[]


Yukari in casual clothing.

Yukari is a playable character in the sequel to Persona 4 Arena. She is now a college student working as a model, but was scouted to be the actress playing the role of Pink Argus in Phoenix Ranger Featherman Victory due to her skill with a bow.

While Yukari is shooting a scene for her role, Labrys suddenly arrives on the set via helicopter. Labrys requests for Yukari's assistance before she returns to Inaba to assist Aigis, Mitsuru, Fuuka and Akihiko after they are captured. Fearing for her friends' safety, Yukari immediately joins Labrys and boards the helicopter, not even bothering to change out of her Pink Argus costume.

Much to the two's shock, they witness Inaba shrouded by a red fog as they arrive in a helicopter. As soon as General Teddie greets them with a missile (That turns out to be a practical joke), they realize that they could use their own Personas without the need of the Evoker. As they land at Inaba, they split up where Yukari looks for Junpei who she assumes he's at the station before his phone battery dies.

In Yukari's P3 Mode Epilogue, she finally manages to spend time with Mitsuru, after not seeing each other in a while. Yukari worries about Mitsuru's well-being after the events that took place, partly because it was caused by the Kirijo Group's negative legacy, she worries that Mitsuru will bear all the burden on her own. Yukari thinks back to the time she confronted Mitsuru emotionally in Kyoto three years prior and thinks of doing the same thing now, but this saddens her since it would be repeating what's already been done. She feels that they should be able to confess their concerns and burdens freely to each other since they're best friends.

Yukari and Mitsuru's outing is then interrupted by a group of children who recognizes Yukari as Feather Pink, when a flustered Yukari manages to disperse the crowd Mitsuru teasingly asks Yukari what it's like being a hero, Yukari says that it's worth it since the kids seem really into the show. Mitsuru then recites the opening line of Featherman, revealing she herself watches the show much to Yukari's stunned surprise. When Yukari then asks why she watches the show, a confused Mitsuru responds by saying why wouldn't she when her best friend is one of the stars.

Mitsuru further elaborates that she sensed something from watching the show, that Yukari is trying to help people especially children, teaching them not to bring harm into their lives, a blushing Yukari admits that's exactly how it is. Yukari expands about the topic in her inner monologue saying that protagonists of hero shows don't just punish evil; they protect those who are precious to them and give everyone the hope to live, she believes that these shows teach a lot of important lessons to children.

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Yukari spending time with Mitsuru in her ending.

Mitsuru then mentions how the rest of S.E.E.S are trying to live their lives the best way they all can in their own way, saying that's why she can concentrate with her own duties because the trust they formed as a team won't be easily broken. Yukari feeling beaten in the conversation, makes a promise to believe in her best friend more and to watch over Mitsuru as she does to her, a sweet-talked Yukari and Mitsuru then make an agreement to meet up and contact each other more often, as Yukari takes Mitsuru for another round of shopping, she notes that whatever feelings that have been bothering her from the beginning have now disappeared.


Yukari, as an archer, plays much like other ranged characters like Yukiko and Naoto. Unlike those two, who can use delayed or trap based attacks, Yukari brute forces her way in through fast and wide ranged attacks, often making it hard to approach her. She is also very agile as her Furious Action has her slide through opponents knocking them in the air if she hits for a few quick shots. She has a flip command which is similar to Hawkeye's flip from Marvel Vs. Capcom 3, and much like with his flip, she can follow it up with an angled shot which can inflict Charm, Silence or Confusion.

She can also throw a bomb that can be used to keep her opponent on the ground which can be shot to cause an air unblockable explosion. Isis, her Persona, supports her through her Magaru spell which can be used in front of Yukari or closer to her opponent, Yukari can also shoot an arrow through Isis' wind orb forward facing and even backwards doing so will make the arrow track the opponent anywhere on screen which can make for tricky cross-ups, holding down the arrow button can charge the arrow giving Yukari three arrows instead of one improving the moves hitbox and giving the move a push back effect.

Her Magarula super creates an expansive tornado wall, which can potentially be deployed to either give her either a defensive wall to keep her opponent from closing in, or to force the opponent to hold their attacks and play more defensively while it is on the field. Meanwhile, Yukari has the chance to damage her opponent with wind-based attacks; to make it even more difficult to block, she can throw and shoot her bomb for an unblockable aerial attack, even if they are trying to guard in midair.

Like any ranged character though, problems arise when the enemy manages to close the distance between them. Her choices are limited to either a risky wind attack which could end up in a Persona Break, or a slide attack which may not cover too much ground away from the attacker. The player's ranged attacks ideally should not miss, regardless of whether or not it is blocked by the opponent. Most of her ranged attacks have a long recovery time, thus allowing the opponent to exploit this by rushing in and attacking while Yukari is unable to counterattack; combined with her low HP count, these moments could prove fatal.

Her leitmotif is called "Pink Sniper," nodding to her title given by the announcer.

Move List[]

  • Reversal/Furious Action: (Feather⭐Slasher): Yukari's Furious Action. A move that pushes Yukari two spaces forward in an instant. This move launches the opponent upwards on hit; it also makes Yukari switch sides with the opponent, has a low hitbox and doesn't have Fatal Recovery can also be canceled into Hyper Feather⭐Shot or Magarula.
  • Skills/Special Attacks
  • (Feather⭐Arrow): A Long lasting arrow projectile that hits multiple times (which means it can activate some counters, like Elizabeth's Instant Kill). Can also be done on the air, but the angle is pretty specific. Can be canceled into Hyper Feather⭐Shot or Magarula, if the ground version is blocked for a pretty safe super setup. The opponent can also roll the move but the timing is pretty precise.
  • (Feather⭐Bomb): Throws a bomb diagonally upward which slowly floats down over time. Great move that is essential in combos and can also be set up to keep your opponent from jumping out of your pressure. The A version falls in front of Yukari, the B version goes further away and the SB version throws both bombs. When shot with an arrow, it creates an air unblockable blast. Can be set up if the opponent blocks Magarula in the air, which pretty much makes Magarula air unblockable as well. The bomb also doesn't disappear when Yukari gets hit but does disappear once it touches the ground. However, the bombs are only really useful when they're fairly high up.
  • (Feather⭐Flip): A Command jump that launches Yukari in the air by using Isis’ wind. Has Fatal Recovery. Good for combos, but not very safe in neutral outside of some very specific situations. The C version has quick startup and is projectile Invulnerable when rising. The D version is slower and jumps higher. It's also projectile Invulnerable when rising. Finally the SB version tracks onto the opponent’s position and is fully Invulnerable when rising.
  • (Feather⭐Shot): Shoots a status effect arrow during Feather⭐Flip. Good combo ender with lots of hitstun, so it can be canceled into Hyper Feather⭐Shot as Yukari falls down from the air. The A and C versions inflict Charm, the B and D versions inflict Silence and the SB version inflicts Confusion. All three effects last for about two seconds.
  • (Magaru): Sets a Magaru orb out which floats up in a curved motion. The projectile stays active for a decent amount of time. Good for keeping your opponent from jumping in. The air version curves downward. The C version puts the orb right in front of Yukari, the D version moves further away and the SB version summons both versions of Magaru. The player can press the C, D and SB buttons once the orb is out to make it stay in place.
  • SP Skill
  • (Hyper Feather⭐Shot): Yukari shoots out a fast super arrow. This is also affected by Garu, so it can be used after Magarula after placing an orb to add some extra damage. The Air version is shot at a very specific angle similar to Feather⭐Arrow and causes push back, the Ground version launches the opponent upwards and has Fatal Recovery. The SB version fires two arrows. Can be used to punish unsafe moves from afar, or just as a combo ender.
  • Awakened SP Skill
  • (Magarula): Yukari with the help of Isis summons a massive wind pillar which has many active frames, during which Yukari has full movement. Basically free a mixup if you have the meter to do it. The C version sets up right in front of Yukari, the D version is set up further away and the SB Version summons both C and D versions. Technically air Block-able, but a Feather⭐Bomb can be thrown out and shot to make the opponent stop blocking, as the bomb's explosion is air unblockable the bomb's explosion also goes into a combo.
  • Instant Kill Move
  • (Final Feather⭐Arrow): Yukari charges up a golden arrow and fires it into the sky. If it hits the opponent, she then shoots herself in the head with her Evoker to summon Isis. Isis then sucks the opponent into a vortex as Yukari jumps up high in the sky. Finally, Yukari fires a giant piercing arrow through Isis's wind orb and straight at the opponent. This Instant Kill attack homes in on the opponent before dropping down on them. It can be blocked high or low. However, since it can home in, similar to Mitsuru's Instant Kill, it can be used to punish certain moves with long recovery from any point on the screen. It also is fully invulnerable, though it has huge recovery.

Score Attack[]

Score Attack in this game has now been separated into different letter grades with set characters in each letter category. A character's boss version can be identified when their picture is surrounded by a golden border. Yukari's boss version has all her arrow moves track the opponent without the need to summon Isis or use her Garu moves, this includes her arrow super move "Hyper Feather⭐Shot " as well.

Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth[]

Yukari's co-op attack is a piercing attack, which pierces through an enemy in the front row into one of the enemies in the back.

Throughout much of the story, Yukari comes to notice that the Investigation Team is significantly closer than SEES is, and with the help of Rise Kujikawa, musters up the courage to tell Mitsuru her feelings on this matter.

After returning to their separate worlds and their memories of the experience erased, Yukari and the team hold a party in the dorm.

Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth[]

Yukari and the rest of SEES is encountered in the robotic movie world. The Phantom Thieves of Hearts and Investigation Team find them surrounded by Shadows and come to their rescue. Yukari is introduced to the P3P heroine, though she does not recognize her. It is later deduced that they are from near-identical realities, where the P3P heroine is the female counterpart of the P3 hero. They later rescue their leader and join forces with the combined groups.

Yukari, Junpei and Fuuka notice that the P3P heroine is feeling lonely because of her lack of actual peers and role. To help her feel better, the trio use materials from Shadows to fashion a ring for the girl. This builds a bond between them and unlocks a unison skill.

Once the threat is eliminated, everyone returns to their own worlds with their memories erased once more. Yukari is last seen watching a science fiction movie with the rest of the group. In addition, the P3P heroine sees her version of peers, Yukari among them, after waking up from a dream. They all prepare to watch a movie together as well.

Persona 5[]

While watching TV at Café Leblanc on 12/2, Yukari is mentioned on a feature on successful and beautiful women in tough workplaces; she is a breakout hit on superhero shows while attending college.[1] Feather Pink is also referenced.


The Answer[]

Arcana Level HP SP
Strength 91
Magic 70
Endurance 42
Agility 44
Luck 41
Lovers 77 2000
Slash Strike Pierce Fire Ice Elec Wind Light Dark Almi
- - - - - - Null Null Null -
List of Skills
Skill Effect
Pierce Attack Normal attack using the Pierce attribute.
Megidolaon Deals severe Almighty damage to all foes.
Myriad Arrows Deals medium Pierce damage to all foes. (1-3 hits)
Magarudyne Deals heavy Wind damage to all foes.
Primal Force Deals severe Pierce damage to one foe.
Marakunda Decreases all foes' Defense.
Ice Break Reduces 1 foe's Ice resistance to average.
Tarukaja Increases 1 ally's Attack.
Angelic Grace Doubles evasion rate against all except Slash, Strike, Pierce, and Almighty.
Sharp Student Lowers odds of sustaining critical damage.


  • "Io!" (Summoning Persona: Io)
  • "Isis!" (Summoning Persona: Isis)
  • "How do you like the new me?" (Exploiting weakness: Io)
  • "I swear on my life!" (Exploiting weakness: Isis)
  • "I can do it." (Summoning Persona)
  • "Gotta be brave." (Summoning Persona for the first time)
  • "Help me!" (Using Persona skills)
  • "I'll show you my true power!" (Using Persona Skills)
  • "I won't lose!" (Using Persona skills)
  • "Please hit!" (Attacking an enemy)
  • "I won't miss!" (Attack an enemy. Persona: Isis)
  • "Ugh ... lame!" (Attack misses)
  • "Too obvious!" (Dodges an attack. Persona: Isis)
  • "Here's our chance for an All-Out Attack!" (Prompting All-Out Attack)
  • "Lemme at 'em!" (During All-Out Attack)
  • "If you say so..." (Relenting from All-Out Attack)
  • "All right! Let's do it!" (Requesting Co-Op Attack)
  • "Good boy, Koro-chan!" (Cheering on Koromaru)
  • "Not bad, Junpei." (Cheering on Junpei)
  • "You're better than I thought." (Cheering on Junpei)
  • "Amazing, Senpai!" (Cheering on Akihiko)
  • "Nice!" (Cheering on ally)
  • "One more!" (Cheering on MC)
  • "This one won't give up!" (Enemy survives an attack)
  • "I couldn't defeat it..." (Failed to defeat the enemy)
  • "Why you little!" (Recovering from Down)
  • "I can't lose!" (Recovering from Down)
  • "Hang in there!" (Healing an ally)
  • "Thanks!" (Being healed by an ally)
  • "Alright." (Changing battle tactics)
  • "Leave it to me!" (Changing battle tactics)
  • "I'm gonna try something else." (Attacks would not connect)
  • "That was a close one!" (Battle Won: Io)
  • "That was easy!" (Battle Won: Io)
  • "I've made up my mind. I won't lose!" (Battle Won: Isis)
  • "I'm not who I used to be." (Battle Won: Isis)
  • "Yes! My skill level has increased!" (Level up)
  • "Slash attacks won't work!" (Enemy resistant to Slash)
  • "Strike attacks are out!" (Enemy resistant to Strike)
  • "Pierce attacks aren't working!" (Enemy resistant to Pierce)
  • "Fire is useless!" (Enemy resistant to Fire)
  • "There's no point using ice attacks!" (Enemy resistant to Ice)
  • "Wind attacks aren't working!" (Enemy resistant to Wind)
  • "Electricity attacks are a waste of time!" (Enemy resistant to Electricity)
  • "Light has no effect?!" (Enemy resistant to Light)
  • "Darkness attacks don't seem to be working!" (Enemy resistant to Darkness)
  • "What?! Almighty attacks won't work?!" (Enemy resistant to Almighty)
  • "That was close!" (Dodging an attack)
  • "N-No! It's ... It's Death!" (Encountering The Reaper)
  • *shrieks* "It's Death!" (Encountering The Reaper)
  • "I'm sorry, I can't take anymore. Can I pull out?" (Severely injured, prompting to leave)
  • "Yeah, I'm willing to risk mine, too!" (Final Nyx battle)
  • "Why's it using Isis...!?" (Battle against ???)

  • "Okay!" (Character Select)
  • "All right, here goes!" (Character Select)
  • "Feather Change!" (Character Select)
  • "Looks like I'm up!" (Character Select)
  • "I should be careful of her new armor." (vs. Aigis)
  • "Senpai, those clothes...who am I to talk?" (vs. Akihiko)
  • "Mitsuru-senpai! I'll face you with all I've got!" (vs. Mitsuru)
  • "Geez, you're gonna start a ball game here?" (vs. Junpei)
  • "You're Aigis' sister? It's nice to meet you." (vs. Labrys)
  • "I have to say, this costume is pretty off-putting..." (vs. Shadow Yukari)
  • Even if it's a fake, I'm still fighting Akihiko-senpai. I have to win. (vs. Shadow Akihiko in Arcade Mode)
  • Huh, even the fake one has a leaders authority. (vs. Shadow Yu in Arcade Mode)
  • Uh you're Aigis' sister right? Guess I can't let my guard down. (vs. Shadow Labrys in Arcade Mode)
  • "Huh? Like I'd ever agree to that!" (vs. Shadow Yosuke in Arcade Mode)
  • "I didn't know fakes had laughing fits, too..." (vs. Shadow Yukiko in Arcade Mode)
  • "Ugh...I just got goosebumps all over...!" (vs. Shadow Kanji in Arcade Mode)
  • "Shut up! It's surprisingly very easy to move around in." (vs. Shadow Naoto in Arcade Mode)
  • "I refuse to lose!" (Intro)
  • "I'm good to go!" (Intro)
  • "Pink Asas is here!" (Intro)
  • "Is fighting the only way?" (Intro)
  • "Sorry, but I won't go easy!" (Intro)
  • "Now, let the duel begin!" (Intro)
  • "Not happening!" (Guarding)
  • "I got this!" (Guarding)
  • "Too close!" (Guarding)
  • "Think again!" (Insta-blocking)
  • "No..." (Guarding improperly)
  • "Stop it!" (Guarding improperly)
  • "W-What...?" (Guarding improperly)
  • "Hey...!" (Guarding improperly)
  • "Seriously?" (Persona Break)
  • "No...Isis!" (Persona Break)
  • "Crap!" (Persona Break)
  • "F-For real?" (Persona Break)
  • "How could you!" (Taking damage)
  • "Uh!? What the...!" (Spinning)
  • "I'm spinning...!" (Spinning)
  • "Oh, fuzzzzy...!" (When electrocuted)
  • "Shut up...!" (Hit by a Counter Assault)
  • "No way...!" (Hit by a Counter Assault)
  • "Could've been worse..." (Recovering)
  • "I won't lose!" (Recovering)
  • "Geez..." (Recovering)
  • "You're good!" (Recovering)
  • "Just gettin' started!" (Recovering)
  • "I'm still good!" (Recovering from a deadly combo)
  • "This time for sure!" (Recovering from a deadly combo)
  • "Ngh...oww..." (Recovering from a deadly combo)
  • "You'll pay for that!" (Recovering from deadly combo)
  • "I won't lose, senpai!" (Recovering from Mitsuru's deadly combo)
  • "Good one, Aigis!" (Recovering from Aigis' deadly combo)
  • "Geez, he's strong!" (Recovering from Akihiko's deadly combo)
  • "Ugh...Stupei!" (Recovering from Junpei's deadly combo)
  • *scoff* "Excuse me!" (Breaking a throw)
  • "Good try!" (Breaking a throw)
  • "Just where are you looking?" (Breaking a throw)
  • "Ah-uh-uh~!" (Breaking a throw)
  • "Hit!" (Attacking)
  • "Let loose!" (Attacking)
  • "You're mine!" (Attacking)
  • "There!" (Attacking)
  • "Wide open!" (Attacking)
  • "Ready?" (Attacking)
  • "Go!" (Attacking)
  • "Right there!" (Attacking)
  • "I'll make it count!" (Summoning Persona)
  • "Do it!" (Summoning Persona)
  • "Come!" (Summoning Persona)
  • "This is it!" (Summoning Persona)
  • "How's this!" (Summoning Persona)
  • "Go!" (Summoning Persona)
  • "Persona!" (Summoning Persona)
  • "Persona!!!" (Summoning Persona)
  • "Isis..." (Summoning Persona)
  • "Come, Isis!" (Summoning Persona)
  • "Please, Isis!" (Summoning Persona)
  • "Let's go, Isis!" (Summoning Persona)
  • "There we go!" (Air throw)
  • "Don't sell me short!" (Throw)
  • "Really?!?" (Throw miss)
  • "I screwed up?!" (Throw miss or if opponent blocks Feather☆Slasher)
  • "Hmm-hmm!" (Backdash)
  • "Take this!!!" (During an All-Out Attack)
  • "I'll defeat you!" (During an All-Out Attack)
  • "That's a wrap!" (All-Out Attack finisher)
  • "That's that!" (All-Out Attack Finisher or while shooting in Feather Flip)
  • "'Scuse me!" (Roll)
  • "Oh...!" (Roll)
  • "Missed me~!" (Counter Assault)
  • "Hey, cut it out!" (Counter Assault)
  • "I can't lose this...!" (Burst)
  • "You're not getting your way!" (Burst)
  • "The show goes on!" (One More Burst)
  • "Kick it up a notch!" (One More Burst)
  • "Maximum FORCE!" (Gold burst)
  • "I'll do this!!!" (Gold burst)
  • "I'm NOT gonna lose...!" (Awakening)
  • "Awaken, my power...!" (Awakening)
  • "The moment of truth!" (Awakening)
  • "VICTORY MODE!" (Awakening)
  • "This fight isn't over yet!" (Awakening against Mitsuru)
  • "I can still beat you...!" (Awakening against Aigis)
  • "I'll give it my all!" (Awakening against Akihiko)
  • "You're gonna pay, Junpei!" (Awakening against Junpei)
  • "I must win at any cost...!" (Awakening against any Shadow-Type character)
  • "Geez, stop staring!" (Idle)
  • "My arrow of justice will pierce your heart!" (Idle)
  • "Up, huh?" (Shooting upwards)
  • "Down, huh?" (Shooting downwards)
  • "I saw that!" (During Feather☆Slasher)
  • "I'm no pushover!" (During Feather☆Slasher)
  • "You can't stop me!" (During Feather☆Slasher)
  • "Umm..." (If the opponent blocks Feather☆Slasher, leaving Yukari wide open)
  • "My arrows don't miss!" (While performing Feather Arrow)
  • "On target!" (While performing Feather Arrow)
  • "Come on, HIT!" (While performing Feather Arrow)
  • "Will this do?!" (While performing Feather Arrow)
  • "Miracle Feather Arrow!" (While performing Feather Arrow)
  • "Immortal arrow, pierce this evil!" (While performing Feather Arrow)
  • "Dance, Zephyr of Justice!" (While performing Magaru)
  • "Rend them, Feather Wing!" (While performing Magaru)
  • "Blast 'em!" (While performing Magaru)
  • "Magaru!" (While performing Magaru)
  • "In position!" (While performing Feather Flip)
  • "I have you!" (While performing Feather Flip)
  • "And that's not all!" (While performing Feather Flip)
  • "A clear shot!" (Shooting while in Feather Flip)
  • "Gotcha!" (Shooting while in Feather Flip)
  • "No escape for you!" (Shooting while in Feather Flip)
  • "Hope you're prepared!" (Shooting while in Feather Flip)
  • "How 'bout this?" (While performing Feather Bomb)
  • "Eat this! Nail 'em!" (While performing super move; Hyper Feather Shot)
  • "Try and dodge this! Blast through!" (While performing super move; Hyper Feather Shot)
  • "Fly away!!!" (While performing super move; Magarula)
  • "Magarula!" (While performing Awakening super move; Magarula)
  • "Roar, winds of Isis!" (While performing super move; Magarula)
  • "All evil shall turn to dust!" (While performing super move; Magarula)
  • "I'll show you what I'm made of!" (Performing Instant Kill; Final Feather☆Arrow)
  • "No matter who I face, I'll prevail!!!" (Performing Instant Kill; Final Feather☆Arrow)
  • "Going for the kill!" (Performing Instant Kill; Final Feather☆Arrow)
  • "Final strike..." (Performing Instant Kill; Final Feather☆Arrow)
  • "ATTACK!" (Performing Instant Kill; Final Feather☆Arrow)
  • "Phoenix Ranger FEATHERMAN VICTORY!" (Performing Instant Kill; Final Feather☆Arrow)
  • "And there you have it." (After finishing her Instant Kill)
  • "Life is beautiful, even when it fades." (After finishing her Instant Kill)
  • "Are you ready?!" (unused)
  • "Lend me your strength, Io!" (unused)
  • "Io!" (unused)
  • "Io!!!" (unused)
  • "What, I lost?" (Lose by timeout)
  • "Y-You're joking, right?" (Lose by timeout)
  • "This can't be...!" (Defeated)
  • "Is" (Defeated)
  • "I can't last any further..." (Defeated)
  • "No...!!!" (Defeated)
  • "...why?" (Defeated)
  • "I can't...defeat them?" (Defeated)
  • "This...can't be right..." (Defeated)
  • "Alright, a 'V' for 'Victory!" (After winning a round)
  • "You don't have what it takes to beat me!" (After winning a round)
  • "Surrender at once, villain!" (After winning a round)
  • "Could've been worse..." (After winning a round)
  • "Aha!" (After winning a round)
  • "No way! I beat Akihiko-senpai!?" (After defeating Akihiko)
  • "Does this mean I've gotten stronger?" (After defeating Mitsuru)
  • "Whew...I managed to hold out..." (After defeating Aigis)
  • "Justice wins! Haha!" (Final round victory)
  • "I'm not how I used to be!" (Final round victory)
  • "I can't let myself lose here." (Final round victory)
  • "Thanks for a good fight!" (Final round victory)
  • "Don't hold a grudge, okay?" (Final round victory)
  • "No way...I lost...!" (Game over)
  • "Who's gonna protect the peace now...!?" (Game over)
  • "Now's not the time to stay on the ground!" (Continue)
  • " defeated everyone! I may be a hero, but I think it was you who helped me out. Let's fight together again, sometime...okay?" (Congratulations)
  • "Congrats, you cleared it all! I feel stronger when I fight with you...maybe I can get you to help me again sometime!" *giggle* (Congratulations)

Victory Quotes[]

Normal Type[]
  • "I won this time, but don't give up. There's always hope!"
  • "Aha, I've won! And I'll do it no matter how many times you come at me!"
  • "Hero of justice, at your service! Whoa, what's wrong with me? I did my signature pose out of habit..."
  • "Hrgh... I do stand out like this, don't I? But now's not the time to be embarrassed about it!"
  • "Rend the evils of this world, Feathermen! Phoenix Ranger Featherman Victory! Judgement complete!"
Character Specific
  • Akihiko Sanada: "H-Hey, Akihiko-senpai! Will you hurry up and put some clothes on!? Geez...!"
  • Junpei Iori: "*sigh* You're still just ordinary ol' Junpei. Isn't it about time you evolved into someone cooler?"
  • Ken Amada & Koromaru: "Ken-kun, you've grown so big! I'm glad to see that Koromaru's well too!"
  • Chie Satonaka: "Man, actual high school girls are so lively! It sure is great to be young!"
  • Naoto Shirogane: "Haha... I feel like I scored a victory for archery by beating someone with a gun!"
  • Rise Kujikawa: "I-I'm sorry! I didn't mess up your face, did I!? It's hard going up against a teen idol..."
  • Teddie: "Huh? There's no stuntman inside? How in the world...?"
  • Yosuke Hanamura: "We have similar skills, but the way we fight is completely different... Maybe I should take notes as reference for the future."
  • Elizabeth: "That Persona... Why do you have it? O-Oh, no, it's okay. It's nothing."
  • Labrys: "She's so strong...! No wonder she's Aigis' sister. I hope we get along well from now on!"
  • Shadow Labrys: "That was close...I'm surprised I can still manage after being out of the game for so long!"
  • Shadow Yukari: "Well, an evil duplicate showing up is a little cliche, but it's fine. I obviously came through in the end!"
Shadow Type[]
  • "Aww, how boring. It's over already? You're way too weak!"
  • "Every last one of you is in my way! I'm fine by myself, so get lost!"
  • "Who gives a damn about people who won't stay by you? I can do everything on my own!"
  • "Ugh, what did I do!? You don't know anything! What a goddamn pain! Just lay down and die!"
  • "Bonds? Aha, that's just buttering people up! It sounds easy, living like that!"
  • "You better thank me! After all, I spent my precious time playing with a piece of shit like you!"
  • "Hmm? You got defeated by a defender of justice. That means you're the evildoer, doesn't it? Ahahahahaha!"
Character Specific
  • Mitsuru Kirijo: "You call up people only when it's convenient for you and call that "companions"? Are you sure you don't really see them as tools?"
  • Yukari Takeba: "You just like chasing after dreams... But you're still empty inside. You haven't changed at all."

  • "Alright, let's go! (Battle start)
  • "Let's get fired up!!" (Battle start)
  • "I'm just getting started...!" (After enemies remain)
  • "Let's see...what now?" (After enemies remain)
  • "Yeah, I'm getting warmed up!" (After enemies remain)
  • "I've got that bird in my sights." (Battle start, fighting a Jupiter Eagle)
  • "Eww...that lick monster." (Battle start, fighting a "Hablerie-type" Shadow)
  • "I don't like how that table moves." (Battle start, fighting a "Table-type" Shadow)
  • "That shadow is "way" too sticky..." (Battle start, fighting a "Maya-type" Shadow)
  • "Ugh... that bug is as big as ever!" (Battle start, fighting a "Beetle-type" Shadow)
  • "A crown shadow! Watch out for its magic!" (Battle start, fighting a "Crown-type" Shadow)
  • "That face is "way" too evil for an angel." (Battle start, fighting a "Cupid-type" Shadow)
  • "Another snake...I hate the way this thing moves." (Battle start, fighting a Lustful Snake)
  • "That's one tough rock to crack..." (Battle start, "Basalt-type" Shadow)
  • "Didn't we just fight one of these?" (Battle start, fighting a "Magus-type" Shadow)
  • "'s like a movie star..." (Battle start, fighting a "Mother-type" Shadow)
  • "Hmm...he'd be cute if he was smaller." (Battle start, fighting a "King-type" Shadow)
  • "They're pretty, but they're a shadow all the same..." (Battle start, Whimsical Papillon)
  • "This isn't a ballroom!!!" (Battle start, Soul Dancer)
  • "I'm getting bad vibes from that crow..." (Battle start, Black Raven)
  • "They're skewered! That looks really intense..." (Battle start, Trance Twins)
  • "Its legs are so thin! Is it a model or something?" (Battle start, Phantom Mage)
  • "Awww...what a cute doll! I want one on my bag..." (Battle start, Protective Lexy)
  • "That mist isn't poisonous, right?" (Battle start, Rainy Brother 2)
  • "Ugghh...why don't you just stay in your pot!?" (Battle start, Rainy Pot)
  • "Ughh!!! I bet that Shadow reeks of sweat..." (Battle start, Beastly Gigas)
  • "If it's a tree, then it oughta stay put." (Battle start, Inviting Nyogo)
  • "A lion and a wheel? That's a weird combo." (Battle start, Battle Wheel)
  • "Is that DNA? A DNA shadow?" (Battle start, Happy Gene)
  • "Hah...this isn't the Sengoku Era." (Battle start, Rain Leg Musha)
  • "*Gasp* It's that triple head! Sooo creepy!" (Battle start, Apostate Tower)
  • "Oh! Some dice!" (Battle start, fighting a "Dice-type" Shadow)
  • "Ah...isn't this bad?" (Battle start, fighting a FOE)
  • "We might be able to beat it." (Battle start, fighting a FOE)
  • "You're kidding me right?!" (FOE joins a fight)
  • "Let's take it out quick!" (Battle start, fighting a Wealth Hand)
  • " many of them are there?!" (Battle start, fighting Card Soldiers)
  • "She HAS to be feeling it!" (Queen of Hearts battle, 50% HP)
  • "Okay! We got her now." (Queen of Hearts battle, 25% HP)
  • "No pastor looks like that!" (Battle start, Merciful Clergyman)
  • "So, we’re okay to do anything now right?" (Vow lifted)
  • "How is THAT fair?!" (When affected by vow)
  • "That leaves the blue one and the doctor!" (Calm Nurse defeated)
  • "This battle has just begun!" (Kind Doctor battle, both nurses defeated)
  • "Yeah! Almost there!" (Kind Doctor battle, 25% HP)
  • "Oh God! that thing is seriously scary!" (Battle Start, Soul Seeker)
  • "Io!" (Summoning Io)
  • "Come, Io!!" (Summoning Io)
  • "Let's go, Io!" (Summoning Io)
  • "I can't lose!" (Summoning Persona)
  • "Leave it to me!" (Summoning Persona)
  • "So this is my new Persona? Isis..." (Io is reborn as Isis)
  • "Isis!" (Summoning Isis)
  • "Come, Isis!" (Summoning Isis)
  • "Let's go! Isis!" (Summoning Isis)
  • "Ha..ha..I'm a little run down." (When low on SP)
  • "Ngh...I can't move!" (When paralyzed)
  • "S-Stop it...I'm wa-watching my weight..." (When asleep)
  • " getting to me.." (When poisoned)
  • "Huh...what was I doing...?" (When panicked)
  • "So if I attack, it'll hurt me too." (When cursed)
  • "How is this fair?!" (Magic Bind)
  • "Please let nothing attack me..." (Agility Bind)
  • "Hit it!" (Attacking)
  • "We're on a roll...should we go for broke?" (Requesting All-Out Attack)
  • "Yeah!" (During All-Out Attack)
  • "You!!!" (During All-Out Attack)
  • "Yaahh!!!" (During All-Out Attack)
  • "Time to get ready and up close!" (During All-Out Attack)
  • "Yes!!! We did it!" (Finished All-Out Attack)
  • "Ha! We did it!" (Finished All-Out Attack)
  • "Take this!" (Critical Hit)
  • "Here goes!" (Critical Hit)
  • "Let me at 'em! That's okay right?" (Requesting Follow-up Attack)
  • "Leave it to me!" (Requesting Follow-up Attack)
  • "Here's the finish!" (Requesting Follow-up Attack)
  • "I see my chance!" (Requesting Follow-up Attack)
  • "One shot, one kill!" (During Follow-up Attack)
  • "This one will kill!" (During Follow-up Attack)
  • "I'll finish this!!!" (During Follow-up Attack)
  • "I'll pierce right through!" (During Follow-up Attack)
  • "How's that?!" (Follow-up Attack successful)
  • "I did it!" (Follow-up Attack successful)
  • "Ah...tough!" (After enemies remain, Follow-up Attack)
  • "Argh...that sucks..." (After enemies remain, Follow-up Attack)
  • "Huh!?" (if her attack misses)
  • "I missed!?" (if her attack misses)
  • "I saw that!" (Enemy attack misses)
  • "Look out!!!" (Enemy Advance)
  • "Ha!" (Using an item)
  • "Alright..." (Using an item)
  • "Don't push yourself!" (When using an item on a team member)
  • "Keep it together!" (When using an item on a team member)
  • "This...can't be..." (Unconscious)
  • "Yikes! You alright, leader!?" (When the P3 protagonist is on low health)
  • "Yikes!! Leader!" (When the P3 protagonist has been K.O.ed)
  • "Try not to get in our way, Junpei!" (Battle start, with Junpei)
  • "Yeah, I will! Same goes for you too!" (Cheering Junpei on)
  • "Hey Junpei! Get a grip!" (When Junpei is on low health)
  • "Junpei, you idiot! Now's not the time to be laying down!" (When Junpei has been K.O.ed)
  • "Mitsuru-senpai!! Are you okay!?" (When Mitsuru has been K.O.ed)
  • "That's the battle!" (Battle End)
  • "Okay! We're done here!" (Battle End)
  • "Alright! Leader!" (Battle End)
  • "Good job, everyone!" (Results)
  • "Yes! We did it!!" (Results)
  • "Great!! Let's keep this up!" (Results)
  • "Let's keep it going!" (Results)
  • "We finished that in a flash!" (Results)
  • "Mhmm...that one wasn't much." (Results)
  • "There are Shadows like that here? Yikes..." (Results)
  • "That one was really strong..." (Results)
  • "It's over. Thank goodness..." (Results)
  • "Yes! I leveled up!" (Level up with Io)
  • "I can still get stronger from here!" (Level up with Io)
  • "Wow, my Persona's improved! Check it out!" (Leveling up her sub-persona)
  • "My Persona got stronger!" (Leveling up her sub-persona)
  • "Hey, your Persona's stronger!" (When the P3 protagonist levels up his sub-persona)

  • Appearances in Other Media[]

    Title Details Date External Links
    Phantasy Star Online 2 Collaboration event for Persona Q2
    * Yukari outfit.
    November 2018.
    Chain Chronicle Collaboration event
    *Yukari Takeba
    Article on the Chain Chronicle Wiki


    • In Japanese, the name Yukari can mean "affinity", which means a natural attraction to someone or something. This could symbolize how she is the first to open up to the protagonist and feel a connection with him; it could also symbolize the fact that her Arcana of her Persona is the Lovers, which represents the social interaction and the establishment of relationships.
      • It can also mean "beautiful pear tree", likely due to her past home of Kyoto where Asian pear trees are common. During autumn, the leaves of the pear trees turn brown, thus she could be named for them because her hair is brown as well.
    • Yukari's surname Takeba means "mountain, peak" (岳) (take) and "feather" (羽) (ha/ba).

    In Other Languages[]

    Language Title
    Flag of Japan Japanese 岳羽 ゆかり (Takeba Yukari)
    Flag of South Korea Korean 타케바 유카리 (Takeba Yukari)
    Flag of Hong KongFlag of the Republic of China Traditional Chinese 岳羽 由加莉 (Yuè yǔ yóujiā lì)
    Flag of GermanyRussian Юкари Такэба



    Persona 3 FES The Journey - Recording Yukari

    Yukari's maid uniform.

    • Yukari's video recording includes her wearing her maid uniform. Her English voice actress Michelle Ruff would go on to voice Sadayo Kawakami in Persona 5 whose other occupation is a maid.
    • It's been stated in an interview by the lead character designer of Persona 3 and Persona 4; Shigenori Soejima that Yukari's design is one of his favorites.
    • In Yukari's second Social Link moment, if the protagonist makes the correct choices, Yukari tells him that her favorite color is pink and that her favorite flowers are pink gerbera daisies.
    • Yukari is unavailable to explore Tartarus for the two days before any exam, as she is busy studying for it.
    • In one of Yukari's Sunday dates, she reveals to the protagonist that her favorite dessert is strawberry daifuku. She will react positively if the protagonist admits to having enjoyed some before, or in disbelief if they say they haven't eaten any. She can be seen snacking on some inside the dorm from time to time.
    • Yukari being of the Lovers Arcana is referenced through the meanings of her name, the actions she takes in the main story, and in her own story. She reveals to the protagonist her past after theirs was unceremoniously revealed to her to balance their relationship. Her relationship with her father is one of her main driving forces, and the connection she creates with Mitsuru ends up saving them both. In her Social Link we see her struggling relationship with her mother, ultimately she is left with the hard task on whether or not to forgive her and begin their relationship anew.
    • In the Persona 3 Drama CD: A Certain Day of Summer, after Fuuka confesses that she once accidentally saw Yukari preparing her own meals, Yukari tells the rest of the 2nd year S.E.E.S members she tries to hide the fact that she can cook because she worries about others questioning her home life if people found out. She hides this fact to the female protagonist early on but she confesses to the male protagonist that she's not just a decent cook but a good one in her rank seven Social Link. This makes Yukari, Naoto from Persona 4 and Ulala from the Persona 2 duology the only main female party members in those games that can cook a decent meal.
    • One of the associated Astrology signs for the Lovers Arcana, Libra (the other being Gemini) is Yukari's star sign.
    • The Lovers Arcana also associates itself with the element of wind, an element that has three strong connections to Yukari. Firstly she is the only one in S.E.E.S who naturally possesses and inherits the Garu (Wind) skills. Wind is often considered as the "healing" element which ties into Yukari's role as the healer of the group having the ability to not only heal allies but to also remove mental afflictions, her Persona also learns these skills quite early on. Lastly, Yukari's weapon of choice the Bow and Arrow, depending on the speed and direction of the wind can heavily alter the accuracy and the chances of the arrow from actually hitting its mark.
    • Yukari's affinity for magic can be attributed to both her personas Io and Isis. Io was the priestess of the goddess Hera, and Isis is known as the patroness of magic.
    • Cybele being the Persona unlocked for completing Yukari's Social Link could be a loose reference for her Social Link having an emphasis on her relationship with her mother, and like Cybele and Attis their relationship is considerably strained at least in the beginning. Yukari's ultimate Persona Isis also is worshiped as the ideal mother and wife in her own mythology.
      • Additionally, Yukari's desire to collect all the keys to the past and revive the protagonist in "The Answer" mimics Isis' own desire to revive her husband Osiris, by collecting his missing body parts which were scattered all around the world by the god Set upon his defeat.
    • Though it was never brought into notice in Persona 3, Yukari seems to have a fondness for stuffed animals. In Persona Q, she openly gushes about the Protective Lexy Shadow's cute appearance and expresses a desire to have one attached to her bag. It might be a reference to their small cameo in the opening of Persona 3.
    • In Persona Q it's revealed by Aigis in an event stroll that Yukari reads fan-fiction, though she seems to try to hide this fact.
    • Though their differences are highlighted in the beginning, Yukari and Mitsuru's similarities are revealed more and more as the story progresses. They're both charismatic, hardworking, talented and driven young women, and though they're not overtly obvious about it, they constantly worry about the team's morale. Their families had a hand in creating the Dark Hour and ended up victims of it, arguably they grew the strongest desire to eliminate it. They're also closest to their fathers, them being a part of their main driving force to destroy the Dark Hour once and for all.
    • Yukari, Ann Takamaki and Eriko Kirishima (from Persona) share an interest in fashion, coincidentally the three of them became models. Though it's a dream career for Eriko and it was initially just a hobby for Ann, Yukari took the job as a means to pay for college.
    • In Persona 4 Golden, if Chie Satonaka has the Gekkou Uniform equipped, she will mimic Yukari's victory pose after battles as well as say Yukari's lines.
    • Though it caused much confusion when Persona 4 Arena Ultimax was first announced, Yukari as Feather Pink is the leading character in this show's reincarnation. This is evident in their positioning as a team, as Yukari is always found front and center, is the last one standing when the team falls and the one to give the final blow when finishing off the antagonist, the typical tropes of the "lead ranger."
    • Yukari's height and weight are both a mystery in Persona 4 Arena Ultimax unlike the rest of the human female characters whose weight are the only ones left a mystery. This is most likely a reference to her job as a model, as height and weight are often deliberately left out information.
    • In Persona 4 Arena Ultimax two of Yukari's win poses are taken from her victory pose in Persona 3 and her official artwork. Yukari's render is also an updated version of her All-Out Attack portrait from Persona 3 Portable.
    • In the ending of Persona 4 Arena Ultimax (Side P3) it's revealed by Ken that Yukari performs her own stunts as Feather Pink.
    • Yukari as the Pink Argus' actress coincides with Lisa Silverman who played the same role when she was being around with her childhood playmates. Both characters share the same Lovers Arcana. Yukari and Isis also have palette swaps referencing Lisa and Venus.
    • Yukari appears as a palette swap for Chie Satonaka in Persona 4 Arena, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle and Persona 4: Dancing All Night.


    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
    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
    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"
    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
    Playable Makoto Yuki - Yukari Takeba - Junpei Iori - Akihiko Sanada - Mitsuru Kirijo - Fuuka Yamagishi - Ken Amada - Aigis - Elizabeth
    DLC Shinjiro Aragaki - Goro Akechi - Theodore - Lavenza - Sho Minazuki - Labrys
    Port Island Velvet Room - Tartarus - Gekkoukan High School - Paulownia Mall - Iwatodai Station - Port Island Station - Naganaki Shrine - Iwatodai Dormitory - Moonlight Bridge
    Songs Our Moment - Moonlight Serendipity
    Albums Persona Dancing P3D & P5D Soundtrack Advanced CD
    Lists Social - List of Patches and Updates - Trophies
    Corporate Atlus Co., Ltd.
    Personnel Kazuhisa Wada - Shigenori Soejima - Ryota Kozuka - Shoji Meguro
    Toshiki Konishi - Atsushi Kitajoh
    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 - 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