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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })Persona, or Shin Megami Tensei: Persona as it was formerly known in the West, is a long-running Spin-Off series of Atlus's Shin Megami Tensei franchise, consisting of multiple video games, animated works, comic books, light novels, stage plays, and more.Unlike the Post-Apocalyptic Cyberpunk worlds of the main SMT series, Persona takes place in a contemporary Urban Fantasy high school setting that utilizes Anthropomorphic Personifications of Carl Jung's persona and shadow concepts as its central motif: Characters in the series use the eponymous Persona, manifestations of their own personalities, to combat Shadows and various other representations of the collective darkness in the heart of humanity. The games also employ Tarot Motifs, with Personas, Shadows and most characters divided into the 22 Major Arcana of the standard deck. Despite these differences from mainline SMT, the series still employs numerous elements from its forebear: Personas take the form of various mythological figures from numerous cultures, the games use the main series's Fusion Dance and Elemental Power systems, and entries from Persona 3 onward have variations of the Press Turn battle system from Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Most of the games are Dungeon Crawlers where players obtain various Personas to fight on their behalf. Persona 3 also introduced numerous social/life simulator aspects to the franchise, mostly notably the "Social Links" system, which added Visual Novel-esque vignettes that enhance combat abilities as the protagonist gets to know other characters better.Most of the games are generally Lighter and Softer and a fair bit easier than the mainline Shin Megami Tensei games, though that doesn't mean they aren't afraid to kick your ass emotionally or gameplay-wise. And be warned: these are long games, so you better have some free time.
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Axes at School
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Axes at School: And each game has a different justification for it. Persona 1: Masao Inaba literally brought an axe at school, and Yukino has razors. Justified in her case as she is a former delinquent, but the only conceivable reason why Masao would need an axe was to break into buildings for his graffiti art. The rest of the party members contend either with brooms or school club equipment. Afterwards, they have to rely on random encounter drops for the rest of the melee weapons. As for the guns, they're only sold in the Alternative Mikage-cho specifically for defeating demons. In Persona 2 Innocent Sin, you have to spread rumours to even be able to get the weapons in the first place. They do go to school carrying them, but they go there to fight rather than to attend class. Averted in Persona 3 where they only need their weapons during the Dark Hour, so there's no reason for them to carry them to school. Played straight in Persona 4 where they all hide their weapons under their uniforms so they can go to the TV world after school. Subverted in Persona 5 as the "weapons" are actually models.
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Actually Four Mooks
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Actually Four Mooks: From Persona 3 onwards, you have to collide with an on-map feature-less shadow to initiate battle with it. And yes, it's perfectly possible to end up fighting four mooks without warning.
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Supernatural Gold Eyes
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Supernatural Gold Eyes: The Shadow Selves have the glowing version, and so does Nyarlathotep. Averted with the Persona 2 Shadow Selves, who instead have Red Eyes, Take Warning.
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Another Side, Another Story
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The Persona 2 Eternal Punishment PSP port, on top of the graphics and soundtrack work that was also done in IS, added Tatsuya's Scenario, which tells the events of the game from Tatsuya's POV, heavily expands on the lore and plot of the game, introduces new characters, and includes a Bonus Dungeon and several new bosses. That version was never released out of Japan.
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Heroic Mime
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Heroic Mime: While this trope is a MegaTen staple, the Persona series plays it in interesting ways. First, all the protagonists have as many voiced lines for combat and negotiation as the other party members. Second, in the games where they appear but are not the protagonist, they'll talk like normal. A standout example are the Persona 2 games, where in Innocent Sin protagonist Tatsuya was silent and party member Maya was talkative, while in Eternal Punishment their roles are reversed, and now Tatsuya is the one who talks and Maya is the silent protagonist. Third, the characters' Inner Monologue is perfectly visible to the player. If the protagonist has a Shadow self, then that self can also talk just fine. Subverted in Persona 5 where Joker talks during animated cut-scenes, though not very much.
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Fighting Spirit
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Fighting Spirit: How the Personas function.
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Brainwashed and Crazy
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Unlike all other antagonists here, Joker was Brainwashed and Crazy by the Big Bad, who took advantage of his childhood trauma. He is also very elegant, unlike all other villains here, and is a Well-Intentioned Extremist who genuinely wants to help people.
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All There in the Manual
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All There in the Manual: From Persona 3 onwards, on many occasions you are asked to answer questions at school to check your knowledge. The problem is, the games assume that you actually learned the answers at school and thus do not really provide hints or an explanation. Made even worse for international releases, as these questions remain unchanged, and there's no way for a western player to know the answers even if they are acing school. In those cases, a guide is very much needed. All the personal information - such as character birthdays - of the party members are usually in manuals or side material. This is especially prominent for Persona 1 and 2.
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Multiple Endings
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Multiple Endings: With the exception of Persona 2, each game has many different endings, all depending on player choices. Persona 1 has four endings total. Two for the main quest (the bad and the good ending), and two for the Snow Queen Quest. The endings depend on choices made throughout the whole game. In Persona 3, at a specific moment a character basically tells you what is to come and gives you a choice. Depending on what you choose, you get either the bad ending right there and then, or the game progresses further to the Bittersweet Ending. Persona 4 is complicated. During an extremely tense part of the game, the player must identify the correct murderer depending on what hints the game provides. Not getting the right guy can lead to three different bad (but very similar) endings, getting the guy leads to the regular ending, and sticking around long enough afterwards to learn the truth behind the Midnight Channel leads to the golden ending. Golden adds the "Accomplice" ending; you get the right guy, but choose to cooperate with them. It also adds an extension on the golden ending. Persona 5 also has multiple endings. First, there are several "false" endings in case you fail to meet some deadlines (though since the game is told In Medias Res, those don't fool anyone). Then there's the bad ending you get if you sell out your friends to the person you're telling the story to. If you make it past this part, there's another "Accomplice" ending, and a true ending. Royal adds a few more endings post the true ending of the vanilla version: a third accomplice ending that's actually surprisingly happy and a new true ending.
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The Fixer
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"Joker", the protagonist of Persona 5, shows the most personality out of everyone save for Tatsuya and Maya. He's been branded a criminal by society and cuts deals with other outcasts to the point of becoming The Fixer. He only goes to school out of obligation, and tries to draw as little attention as possible. But when he's in the Metaverse, he's a Gentleman Thief and a very suave, cocky Large Ham, outright artistic with a knife, and generally a show-off. His dialogue options also indicate that he's a Troll.
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Broomstick Quarterstaff
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Persona 1: Masao Inaba literally brought an axe at school, and Yukino has razors. Justified in her case as she is a former delinquent, but the only conceivable reason why Masao would need an axe was to break into buildings for his graffiti art. The rest of the party members contend either with brooms or school club equipment. Afterwards, they have to rely on random encounter drops for the rest of the melee weapons. As for the guns, they're only sold in the Alternative Mikage-cho specifically for defeating demons.
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Playing with Fire
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Playing with Fire: Agi.
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Real Place Background
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Real-Place Background: Despite often using fictional names, the majority of Persona games use real locations in Japan for the design of their settings. The man-made Tatsumi Port Island from P3 for instance is based heavily on the man-made Rokkou Island in Kobe. Inaba in P4 is based on the city of Fuefuki, with Yasoinaba station for instance being a copy of Isawa-Onsen Station there. P5 meanwhile recreates multiple locations around Tokyo, with even the "fictional" Yongenjaya taking its appearance directly from Sangenjaya Station and various back alleys in the area.
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Changing of the Guard
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Changing of the Guard: Each game puts you in control of a new set of characters, though Persona 2 had the occasional Guest-Star Party Member from a previous game.
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In Medias Res
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Persona 5 also has multiple endings. First, there are several "false" endings in case you fail to meet some deadlines (though since the game is told In Medias Res, those don't fool anyone). Then there's the bad ending you get if you sell out your friends to the person you're telling the story to. If you make it past this part, there's another "Accomplice" ending, and a true ending. Royal adds a few more endings post the true ending of the vanilla version: a third accomplice ending that's actually surprisingly happy and a new true ending.
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Bag of Spilling
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Bag of Spilling: If any characters return in sequels or spinoffs, they can expect to have their power levels reset and their Ultimate Personas discarded in favor of their Initial Personas. That said... Persona 2: Eternal Punishment justifies this with Maya, who is effectively a different individual than Innocent Sin's Maya due to the timeline reset at the end of that game, and outright averts this with Tatsuya, who joins you at a very high level with his Ultimate Persona Apollo equipped (he can even pick up right where he left off in Innocent Sin with an Old Save Bonus). Persona 4 Arena and Persona 4 Arena Ultimax avert this with the former members of S.E.E.S., who have formed a government organization called the Shadow Operatives and retain their Ultimate Personas throughout the events of the games.
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Recurring Element: Since Persona 3, there is at least one character that can be ratted out as a traitor or even a Big Bad just by spotting several habits of that person. If said person fills at least two of these traits, it's a surefire giveaway that they aren't like what they seem, or have other motives in their mind: At least one food-based conversation at one point during the game, usually right at the first encounter. Character vanishes after several appearances doing absolutely nothing despite being (usually) featured as a main character with a portrait. Seems to be overtly and overly friendly and innocent unlike other antagonists. Sometimes it's genuine, other times it isn't. You can usually start a social link or at least hang out with them. If Social Links are not available, then there could be several friendly gameplay-based interactions with the traitor.
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Ax-Crazy
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Ikutsuki is an Ax-Crazy maniac with a Devil Complex who wishes to destroy and rule over humanity - much like the other villains here - and has no issue using other people to advance his goals, but he's also the epitome of Affably Evil and a Non-Action Guy.
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Enemy Within
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Enemy Within: The Shadow Selves, who want to kill the real ones. STREGA has their own Personas to deal with. Ditto Shinjiro, who actually killed an innocent bystander when he lost control of it.
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Fusion Dance
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Fusion Dance: With the exception of Persona 2, you can fuse different personas to create new ones, usually with the extra benefit of passing down skills and gaining EXP for doing it.
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Attention Whore
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The other suspects are also quite different. One is an Attention Whore, and the other was a good man tricked into thinking that he's saving people.
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Bonus Dungeon
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Persona 4 received Golden for the Vita, and later a Windows port in 2020. It adds a new character, new Social Links, a Bonus Dungeon, and two new endings, along with an epilogue.
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Celestial Paragons and Archangels
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Celestial Paragons and Archangels: The Justice and Judgment Arcanas are full of such entities.
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The Man Behind the Man
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The Man Behind the Man: The human villain(s) of each game almost always turn out to be manipulated one way or another by a higher force. Not that this excuses most of them. The only exception is the third semester antagonist of Persona 5 Royal, Takuto Maruki, who actually is acting of their own free will.
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Soaperizing
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Soaperizing: From Persona 3 onwards, more than half the game is focused on the personalities and development on the characters in the games, as well as the potential romance the character has with them.
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Recurring Riff
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Recurring Riff: The Velvet Room theme "Aria of the Soul", also known as "the Poem of Everyone's Souls", has appeared in every single game in the series, and is often remixed into other themes like the Final Boss in Persona 3.
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Recruit Teenagers with Attitude
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Recruit Teenagers with Attitude: Roughly 90% of the heroes Philemon/Igor/whoever recruits to save the world are high school students. The only real exception is in Persona 2: Eternal Punishment, where the party consists of working adults and the one teenager among them has a significant personal stake in the game's conflict and has far more Persona-related experience than his companions.
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Cast of Snowflakes
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Cast of Snowflakes: Every single character in all the games are unique, with distinct designs and personality traits, and easily recognizable, not only within their own games but in the whole series. Even nameless NPCs are given unique quirks to make them easily recognizable.
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Bittersweet Ending
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In Persona 3, at a specific moment a character basically tells you what is to come and gives you a choice. Depending on what you choose, you get either the bad ending right there and then, or the game progresses further to the Bittersweet Ending.
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Elemental Powers
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Elemental Powers: A staple of the franchise. Each playable character is associated with an element in their game, though in the early titles some characters have massive elemental shifts. The ever-present ones are: An Ice Person: Bufu. Blow You Away: Garu. P1 also had Zan, which was referred as Blast magic. Casting a Shadow: Mudo and Eiha, which are referred as Dark or Curse skills. Persona 1 breaks them down to Death and Curse skills. Light 'em Up: The Hama and Kouga spells, called Light, Holy or Bless skills. Persona 1 breaks them down to Expel and Miracle skills. Playing with Fire: Agi. Shock and Awe: Zio, which is called either Lightning or Electricity. Non-Elemental: Almighty, the unblockable type of magic. Typically, that's the Megido line, though in P1 they are Nuclear spells and treated like all other types, and in P2 "Almighty" and "Non-Elemental" are treated as two different types, with the former being a normal element, and includes Zan and Gry in them. As for the rest of the elements... Dishing Out Dirt: The Magna spells in P1 and P2. Atomic Superpower: The Frei line, which is unique in the Persona series (the Almighty Freikugel not withstanding). It's featured in P1, P2 and P5. In P1, the Megido spells are also Nuclear. Gravity Master: The Gry line in P1. They were shifted to Almighty in P2. Making a Splash: The Aqua line. Persona 2 is the only game in the entire franchise to feature it. Psychic Powers: The Psy line in P5, though they actually made their return from the Japan-only Devil Summoner.
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LongRunner
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Long Runner: The series started in 1996 (1995 if you include If...) with no signs of stopping. An In-Universe example is the Show Within a Show Phoenix Ranger Featherman R, which is shown to have already been popular in 1989, and even in 2016 (Persona 5) it's still extremely famous.
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Heroes Prefer Swords
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Heroes Prefer Swords: All the protagonists of this series with the exception of Maya Amano, P3’s Female Protagonist, and P5's Joker use swords. There are also some other party members who use them, like Nanjo, Junpei and Yusuke.
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In-Universe
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An In-Universe example is the Show Within a Show Phoenix Ranger Featherman R, which is shown to have already been popular in 1989, and even in 2016 (Persona 5) it's still extremely famous.
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Dueling Messiahs
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Dueling Messiahs: This trope is a recurring motif, from the third game onwards. All of the true villains are gods manifested or affected by humanity's collective unconscious, and they almost always insist they are helping mankind by fulfilling the most primal wants that people are too afraid to voice (Desire for death, desire for ignorance, desire for safety and leadership, etc.) Even the human True Final Boss of Persona 5 Royal is an altruistic and compassionate man who only wants for everyone in the world to be their happiest even if it requires a planet-spanning Lotus-Eater Machine. Each of them are opposed by teenagers who believe in The Power of Friendship and that self-determination is more meaningful than unconscious yearnings.
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Big Good
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Big Good: Philemon, the incarnation of humanity's strong will and potential. After he is Demoted to Extra (as in, only implied to be there), the position of the Big Good goes to Igor, while he shifts to Greater-Scope Paragon.
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Gods Need Prayer Badly
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Gods Need Prayer Badly: The various deities in the series all gain their power from the secret desires of the people as a whole. They only seek to destroy the world because humanity secretly wants them to. The only exception is Nyx from Persona 3. A very interesting variant of this happens in Persona 5. The people's faith switched from Yaldabaoth to the Phantom Thieves, enabling Joker to unleash his Ultimate Persona and defeat the deity once and for all... And then Royal has the Phantom Thieves put their faith in Maruki, giving him god-like power. The Thieves are quite stunned to hear that the entire reason for Maruki being this powerful is that they trusted him.
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Shock and Awe
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Shock and Awe: Zio, which is called either Lightning or Electricity.
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Mythical Motifs
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Mythical Motifs: Present in every game. Persona 1 is the most diverse game in terms of mythology motifs, as the main Personas of the cast come from every corner of the world. However, there's an ever-present Hindu theme in the environment, with several locations having Hindu mythology names like the Mana Castle, Deva Yuga or Avidia world. Persona 2 has several. The Personas of the cast are all taken from Classical Mythology, with the IS cast focusing on the Olympian pantheon, and the EP cast focusing on the Titans. Innocent Sin has a Western Zodiac motif, with the Masked Circle taking their names from the Zodiac signs, as well as their elemental affinities, and even some dungeons. In the same game, there's a Mayan Mythology theme, as that's what they base their conspiracy theories on. Several late-game enemies are taken from that mythology, and then there are stuff like Ixquic, Xibalba and Nahui-Olin. Eternal Punishment replaces the Mayan theme with Feng Sui and Chinese Mythology. Concepts such as Kegare start playing a vital role. Persona 3 goes back to the Greeks. The Personas are minor deities or demigods, and the whole game is one big recreation of the legend of Orpheus. However, it mixes this with some christian themes, like Messiah. Persona 4 is purely Japanese Mythology. All the Personas, and the deities are Japanese. Persona 5 is almost as varied as P1 in terms of origins, from Zoroastrian to Greek to Japanese, though all the Personas are rebels or outsiders in some fashion. The initial Personas are taken from stories, legends and folk tales from various corners of the world. The enemies on the other hand follow a Gnostic - Abrahamic theme, evoking demons like Asmodeus, Bael and Yaldabaoth.
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Early Installment Weirdness
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Early Installment Weirdness: The games before and after Persona 3 are nearly unrecognizable as part of the same series, apart from the Jungian and tarot themes. The original games were fairly straightforward dungeon-crawling JRPGs. Persona 3 introduced the series' iconic social sim aspects, including a Wake Up, Go to School, Save the World plot structure and Social Links/Confidants. In the original games, the Judgement and World arcanas were just regular old arcanas, while the Fool was near impossible to get (either Fusion accident or getting insanely lucky in negotiations). From Persona 3 onward, the Fool is invariably associated with The Hero, Judgement always represents a plot-critical ally whose advancement is required to reach the true ending, and the World is the Infinity +1 Sword. In the original games, everyone could wield multiple Personas pretty much at will, though how effectively they could use them was restricted by affinities. From Persona 3 onward, the protagonists can use anything in the game with equal ease and are known as the Wild Card, while the party members are restricted to one Persona only. The "One More!" and "All Out Attack" system was only introduced from Persona 3 onwards, though it should be noted that similar overhauls of the battle system happened in the main series around the same time. Persona 1 and 2 boast far more elements and damage types than their successors. In Persona 1 and 2, all users could summon their Personas in the real world without any help. In later games, they either need an Evoker to summon, or can only do it in mental realms. In Persona 1 and 2, the characters had various shadow selves (with the most prominent being Maki, who had four versions of herself running around), and they could wield Personas on their own, often fought as late-game bosses. After being absent in Persona 3, Persona 4 and 5 made it so that the characters obtain their Persona by accepting their shadow, and that Persona users don't have Shadows at all. In P1 and P2, all skills had a set SP cost depending on the Persona. From Persona 3 onwards, physical skills are paid in HP, and each magic skill has its own cost regardless of which Persona has it. In P1 and 2, the strengths and weaknesses of each enemy would be recorded by the system upon defeating said enemy, and in a following battle analysing would reveal all their stats. This is not the case from P3 onwards, as revealing strengths and weaknesses is a matter of trial and error over the course of several fights, and there's no enemy compendium to check later. Extending from the above, the introduction of Navigators. They are non-combative Persona-users with abilities that are solely focused on analysing enemies and support skills, like buffs. P1 and 2 use Random Encounters, but the following games have enemy stand-ins appear on the map, and you have to come in contact with them to trigger the battle.
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Olympus Mons
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Olympus Mons: All Personas are gods and demons from various mythologies. In fact, the actual Olympic pantheon is featured among them.
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Contrasting Sequel Main Character
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Contrasting Sequel Main Character: It'd be pretty boring if we played with the same person each time, right? The Protagonist of Persona 1 is a blank slate without a name, personality, exhibited characteristics, preferences or a past. There are a few hints of his personality here and there - like how he's a good singer - but those come mostly from comments by the other characters. He's supposedly a surprisingly good leader who keeps his head cool, somewhat underperforming at school, and if you make the right choices to get the good ending, an All-Loving Hero. The manga, which is by far the most popular adaptation of P1, gives him the name Naoya Todou, portrays him as an easy-going guy who's hiding his pain over the death of his twin and a bit of The Gambling Addict. Tatsuya Suou from Persona 2: Innocent Sin is a Deconstruction of the '90s Anti-Hero. He's given a Canon Name from the get-go (though you can change it), he's a third-year student instead of a second year, has noticeable Character Tics, has a well-established and complicated past that's affecting the plot, is playable post his first game, and he's the only canonically LGBTQ protagonist (bisexual). He's an aloof loner with deep childhood trauma who has no future prospects, has a very strained relationship with his family and school - to the point he's been branded a delinquent - and is emotionally dependent on his friends. In Eternal Punishment, where he's actually seen speaking, he's angsting even more, has Unstoppable Rage issues, and an I Work Alone attitude. There's also a lot of side material describing his life in deep detail, like what food he likes. Maya Amano from Persona 2: Eternal Punishment is a standout in all of MegaTen. She is the only canon female protagonist, and the only adult at 23 years old. She's using Guns Akimbo, unlike the close-combat protagonists of the other games, and she's a party member in Innocent Sin before becoming the protagonist of her game. Like Tatsuya, she has a deeply rooted personal history and deep trauma that affects the plot, but unlike him, she is a Genki Girl and a team player who always wants to see the best in everyone and everything. She's also a bit of a Cloudcuckoolander, and there's a lot of side material covering her life as well. The Persona 3 male protagonist is more of a blank slate than his predecessors - nowhere close to P1 level though - but he's acting always cold and emotionally detached. This is especially prominent in the anime and manga adaptations. He's rather feminine in terms of appearance, likes music a lot if his ever-present headphones are any indication, and is a Messianic Archetype. Different adaptations give him different names, but the most well-known ones are Makoto Yuki and Minato Arisato. The female protagonist from the portable version of Persona 3 is the exact opposite of her male counterpart. She comes off as a Genki Girl - and Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth depicts her exactly as such - who gets along with everyone, and is more capable of forming relationships than her male counterpart. Not only she can form Social Links with people that he couldn't, SEES seems to get along better in her version of the game. Finally, her weapon of choice is a Naginata, setting her apart from any other playable character in the series. This whole contrast is lampshaded by the color themes of the two protagonists. The male one is blue-themed, while the female one is pink-themed. The protagonist of Persona 4 is noticeably manlier than the P3 one, has an excellent relationship with his family and friends, genuinely enjoys school and life in general, and in adaptations he's depicted as a Comically Serious Cloudcuckoolander (and you can play him exactly as this in the game itself). Unlike the protagonists of the previous two games, his personal history never affects the game in any way. He also has a few names from various adaptations, but the canon one is Yu Narukami. "Joker", the protagonist of Persona 5, shows the most personality out of everyone save for Tatsuya and Maya. He's been branded a criminal by society and cuts deals with other outcasts to the point of becoming The Fixer. He only goes to school out of obligation, and tries to draw as little attention as possible. But when he's in the Metaverse, he's a Gentleman Thief and a very suave, cocky Large Ham, outright artistic with a knife, and generally a show-off. His dialogue options also indicate that he's a Troll.
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Cosmic Chess Game
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Cosmic Chess Game: Philemon vs. Nyarlathotep in a nutshell. Their respective domains even have floors that resemble chess boards. And unfortunately for everyone, Nyarly is a cheater.
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Guns Akimbo
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Maya Amano from Persona 2: Eternal Punishment is a standout in all of MegaTen. She is the only canon female protagonist, and the only adult at 23 years old. She's using Guns Akimbo, unlike the close-combat protagonists of the other games, and she's a party member in Innocent Sin before becoming the protagonist of her game. Like Tatsuya, she has a deeply rooted personal history and deep trauma that affects the plot, but unlike him, she is a Genki Girl and a team player who always wants to see the best in everyone and everything. She's also a bit of a Cloudcuckoolander, and there's a lot of side material covering her life as well.
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Recurring Character
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Recurring Character: Igor is the Master of the Velvet Room in nearly every single game in the series. The only exceptions are Persona 5 where he appears only at the end of the game, and the Persona Q duology and Persona 5 Strikers, where he's completely absent. Igor is responsible for helping the protagonist - or the whole party, in earlier games - unlock new Personas and master their powers, as well as give cryptic hints. Philemon, Igor's master, made semi-frequent appearances in Persona and Persona 2, while in later titles he takes the form of a blue butterfly to watch over the protagonist (and help you save the game). He is also completely absent in Persona 5, but still appears in Persona Q2 as a mere butterfly.
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As Long as There is Evil
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As Long as There is Evil: Several deities in the franchise threaten that they'll make their return as long as humans have self-destructive tendencies or even powerful desires.
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Nintendo Hard
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Nintendo Hard: Make no mistake; just because they're easier and Lighter and Softer than its parent series, that doesn't mean the games won't pummel you to submission if you make a mistake.
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New Game+
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There are also a few uber-powerful Personas that are only available on New Game+, but by the point you get them they're more Bragging Rights Reward than anything.
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Random Encounters
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P1 and 2 use Random Encounters, but the following games have enemy stand-ins appear on the map, and you have to come in contact with them to trigger the battle.
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Signature Move
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Signature Move: With the exception of Persona 1 and Persona 3, each Ultimate Persona comes with a unique ability available only to the user. And even in those games, the protagonists get unique skills on their own.
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An Ice Person
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An Ice Person: Bufu.
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Hello, [Insert Name Here]
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Hello, [Insert Name Here]: With the exception of Maya Amano, who was introduced in an earlier game, you can choose the name of every protagonist.
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Cosmic Horror Story
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Cosmic Horror Story: The deities in the series are entities incomprehensible by humanity who usually gain their power from humanity and cannot truly be eliminated no matter what the heroes do. The Persona 2 duology - and by extension, Persona 1 - takes several enemies and villains directly from the Cthulhu Mythos, with Nyarlathotep himself as the Big Bad. Innocent Sin even ends with the bad guy winning and the party having to push the Reset Button to get another shot at saving the world. Even worse, even that is not enough to take him down, and he promises that he'll return with a As Long as There is Evil speech. The human race itself guarantees his existence. Better yet, in the PSP remake of Eternal Punishment (the last of the three games), he throws an army of entities straight out of the Mythos at Tatsuya, and sure enough, it is acknowledged that their forms would drive anyone mad. Tatsuya tries his best to describe them but he makes no sense, and Ulala just gives up and calls them impossibly ugly. And that's before the Dreamlands and the Cult of Cthulhu are mentioned by Igor. The events of Persona 3 ultimately lead to The End of the World as We Know It, complete with a doomsday cult and brain-dead people uttering prophetic warnings. This is all due to the subtle influence of the reawakened Nyx, a vast and an ancient entity being called down to the earth. Her presence causes people to explode into puddles of black ooze and random organs. In all likelihood, she doesn't care in the slightest. Oh and she's mainly summoned by the Anthropomorphic Personification of the malice and despair in the hearts of humanity. Despite your best efforts, the best action taken was a reverse seal; the protagonist makes a Heroic Sacrifice to keep said personification of malice and despair away from Nyx.
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Making a Splash
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Making a Splash: The Aqua line. Persona 2 is the only game in the entire franchise to feature it.
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Superman Stays Out of Gotham
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Superman Stays Out of Gotham: Persona 3: The events of the game is centred around the Kirijo Group and their history of shady activities from the past catching up to them. It is mentioned by Takeharu Kirijo that the Kirijo Group is an offshoot of the Nanjo Group, with both groups still having a close working relationship by the time of the game's events. Yet in no case does the Nanjo Group have any involvement in the game, much less an appearance. Persona 5: It was mentioned in Persona 4: Arena that the Shadow Operatives have become a government agency established to monitor and resolve Shadow activity and other similar supernatural elements. Yet despite the various cases of suspicious mental shutdowns and psychotic breakdowns in Japan's own capital, which would be an obvious red flag, the Shadow Operatives have absolutely no involvement in the plot. The closest thing to justify this is that the mental shutdowns and psychotic breakdowns were all part of a government conspiracy with a politician with enough power to run for Prime Minister as its leader, meaning that there could be some bureaucratic red-tape in play.
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Justified Save Point
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Justified Save Point: The one enabling you to save the game is Philemon. That's why he serves as the Game-Over Man in P1 and P2, and why the save points in later games are blue butterflies.
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New Transfer Student
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New Transfer Student: The protagonists of 3, 4 and 5 are transfer students from other towns.
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Big Bad Ensemble
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Big Bad Ensemble: Each game has several antagonists running around and operating simultaneously. P1 has Kandori, the Harem Queen, Aki who briefly works for Kandori and then sides with the other Big Bad Pandora, and finally Neyarlathotep who never appears in person but is pulling on the strings. At the same time the Snow Queen is also operating. Innocent Sin has the Masked circle and the Last Battalion. In fact, you walk just in time to a confrontation between the leaders of the two groups. Then the aliens show up (It Makes Sense in Context). And finally it's revealed that all of that was simply part of Nyarlathotep's plan. Eternal Punishment has a Serial Killer trying to recreate the Masked Circle, the brainwashed serial killers that pop up in his wake, and the New World Order, which is made up of several cooperating factions. And then it's revealed that Nyarlathotep was once again manipulating everyone. P3 has STREGA and Ikutsuki as well as Nyx. P4 has a serial killer, a copycat killer, a guy tricked by the serial killer, and Izanami who decided to use the serial killer as a test subject. P5 mostly has Arc Villains, but the overreaching ones are Shido (who is responsible for many bad things that happen in the game), the Black Mask who works for Shido just so he can backstab him, and Yaldabaoth who was pulling everyone's strings.
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Serial Killer
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Eternal Punishment has a Serial Killer trying to recreate the Masked Circle, the brainwashed serial killers that pop up in his wake, and the New World Order, which is made up of several cooperating factions. And then it's revealed that Nyarlathotep was once again manipulating everyone.
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Arc Words
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Arc Words: "I am thou, thou art I" (I am you, you are me), which is the entire concept of what a Persona is in a nutshell. Many Personas say this upon awakening, and it's also stated every time you start a Social Link / Confidant.
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Casting a Shadow
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Casting a Shadow: Mudo and Eiha, which are referred as Dark or Curse skills. Persona 1 breaks them down to Death and Curse skills.
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Kick Them While They Are Down
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Kick Them While They Are Down: All Out Attacks are the games' method to get in free damage while the enemies are knocked down.
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Mental World
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Mental World: Most of Persona takes place inside Maki's mental world, which looks very similar to the real world with some key changes that are for either pleasure or symbolism (for example, some teachers act nicer, and some locations have been swapped out due to unpleasant circumstances). The dungeons in Persona 4 are created from the subconscious of people who are kidnapped and thrown into the TV World. The ending reveals that the TV World itself is a reflection of humanity's collective unconsciousness. Similarly, the Palaces in Persona 5 are created from the distorted views of the world of the people the Phantom Thieves targets (the Jerkass gym teacher who abuses his students sees the school as a castle where everyone else is his slave, the art mentor who steals his students' artwork and passes it off as his own sees the shack he keeps his students in as an art museum where the students are nothing more than exhibitions to be shown off, the greedy Mafia boss who blackmails high school students sees Shibuya as a giant bank and everyone is an ATM that he can drain of money, etc.) Like in 4, the alternate world the Palaces are located in, the Metaverse, is itself formed by humanity's collective will.
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God and Satan Are Both Jerks
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God and Satan Are Both Jerks: Philemon and Nyarlathotep. Nyarlathotep is a classical villain who wants to see humanity destroy itself, but even Philemon, who gives humans their Personas to fight back, does little more than observe. He wouldn't want to lose a bet over something small like helping an entire species, after all. You can punch him for his attitude.
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Shared Universe
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Shared Universe: The games take place in the same universe as Shin Megami Tensei if... and the Devil Summoner series, which is an alternate timeline to the one Shin Megami Tensei I and II take place in. This is more obvious in the older games, which feature the protagonist of if... as a Previous Player-Character Cameo and, in the 2 duology, a major character from the first two Devil Summoner games is heavily implied to be the if... protagonist's boss.
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Dishing Out Dirt
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Dishing Out Dirt: The Magna spells in P1 and P2.
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Dysfunction Junction
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Dysfunction Junction: Given that Personas are "a mask to protect your real self while in daily situations", this trope is in full force with each and every playable character. Most of them come from a Dark and Troubled Past and/or are heavily pressured/disappointed by the society around them. The power of the Persona usually activates in a life-or-death situation, which results in several Traumatic Superpower Awakenings in all games. Persona 3 puts it the best.
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Final Battle
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Persona 5 has the heroes attempting to invoke the trope, by making their Phantom Thieves group a symbol of hope and encouragement for anyone trampled upon by societal corruption, rather than a couple of high school kids. In the Final Battle, the heroes transform this belief into a massive Guardian Entity, that in turn destroys the Eldritch Abomination Big Bad attempting to "free" humanity of The Evils of Free Will.
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Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors
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Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors: Combat in the series is done by using your elemental skills to target the enemies' elemental weaknesses, though the exact strength-weakness chart varies by game and Persona.
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Power Glows
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Power Glows: Summoning one's Persona is accompanied by blue light.
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Psychic Powers
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Psychic Powers: The Psy line in P5, though they actually made their return from the Japan-only Devil Summoner.
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Old Save Bonus
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Persona 2: Eternal Punishment justifies this with Maya, who is effectively a different individual than Innocent Sin's Maya due to the timeline reset at the end of that game, and outright averts this with Tatsuya, who joins you at a very high level with his Ultimate Persona Apollo equipped (he can even pick up right where he left off in Innocent Sin with an Old Save Bonus).
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Extra Turn
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Extra Turn: The "One More" system allows a character who hits a weakness and/or knocks down an enemy to act again.
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Deconstructed Trope
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Tatsuya Suou from Persona 2: Innocent Sin is a Deconstruction of the '90s Anti-Hero. He's given a Canon Name from the get-go (though you can change it), he's a third-year student instead of a second year, has noticeable Character Tics, has a well-established and complicated past that's affecting the plot, is playable post his first game, and he's the only canonically LGBTQ protagonist (bisexual). He's an aloof loner with deep childhood trauma who has no future prospects, has a very strained relationship with his family and school - to the point he's been branded a delinquent - and is emotionally dependent on his friends. In Eternal Punishment, where he's actually seen speaking, he's angsting even more, has Unstoppable Rage issues, and an I Work Alone attitude. There's also a lot of side material describing his life in deep detail, like what food he likes.
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Demonic Possession
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Demonic Possession: The fate of everyone who loses control of their Persona.
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Rule of Symbolism
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Rule of Symbolism: If a character is associated with an Arcana and/or a Persona, a quick google search should tell you all you need to know about their character, or at least give you a pretty good idea.
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Apocalypse How
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Apocalypse How: Once per game, though the heroes manage to prevent it. Usually. Persona 1 has planetary total extinction of the human race via mass brainwashing. Persona 2 Innocent Sin has planetary physical annihilation and almost total extinction of human and animal life at least. And there is nothing you can do about it. Persona 2 Eternal Punishment has universal metaphysical annihilation to worry about. Justified because the EP reality is whatever the heroes managed to salvage from IS. Persona 3 has societal collapse at least in the surrounding area, and you narrowly avoid the total extinction of humanity. Persona 4 also has societal collapse - or at least disruption - as an effect of the mist coming from the Midnight Channel. Persona 5 starts with societal disruption due to the psychotic breakdowns, and it reaches nothing short of metaphysical annihilation of the human mind. Twice in Royal.
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Big Bad
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The Big Bad Nyarlathotep is fought as a Final Boss in both Persona 2 games, but another form of his is also fought in Persona 1.
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All-Loving Hero
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The Protagonist of Persona 1 is a blank slate without a name, personality, exhibited characteristics, preferences or a past. There are a few hints of his personality here and there - like how he's a good singer - but those come mostly from comments by the other characters. He's supposedly a surprisingly good leader who keeps his head cool, somewhat underperforming at school, and if you make the right choices to get the good ending, an All-Loving Hero. The manga, which is by far the most popular adaptation of P1, gives him the name Naoya Todou, portrays him as an easy-going guy who's hiding his pain over the death of his twin and a bit of The Gambling Addict.
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Eldritch Location
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Eldritch Location: Each game has at least one; Maki's mental world, Xibalba / Ameno Torifune, Tartarus (which is the page image), the backside of the TV, Mementos... What they all have in common is that they're locations connected with the Collective Unconsciousness where even thoughts can become reality.
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Traumatic Superpower Awakening
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Traumatic Superpower Awakening: A much-forgotten lesson: you need to be broken to have a Persona in the first place. It's not a random superpower you can get, it's a shield to protect you. This is nearly literally what Carl Jung writes about. Essentially, a mask to protect oneself is a "persona", and it is used to hide one's true nature. The most common type of people who do these psychological actions and the ones that have the most visible Personas are also the ones who are the most messed-up or out-of-place in the world or the society around them. It's more clearly seen in the Persona 2 duology, where two Personas are forcefully awoken by the Alaya Shrine incident, which involved the attempted murder of the characters. It comes back with a vengeance in Persona 3 - as Junpei notes, you'd have to be a little messed up to fire a gun-like object at your own head. Repeatedly. Even "bright and bubbly" Persona 4 has it as a major element; it's just less obvious than in some other titles (fitting with the game's theme). Everyone appears fine on the surface, but underneath the veneer they're all in an identity or self crisis by the time the protagonist gets involved. In Persona 5, this is the most obvious, as almost everyone who awakened a Persona did it out of extremely messed up situations — usually involving being pushed around, crushed and destroyed by the scum of society. Characters may also awaken them out of sheer will for salvation or self-salvation, or even awaken them to distorted desires.
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Western Zodiac
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Innocent Sin has a Western Zodiac motif, with the Masked Circle taking their names from the Zodiac signs, as well as their elemental affinities, and even some dungeons.
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Merging Mistake
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Merging Mistake: Fusion Accidents; when the result it NOT what you want or should reasonably expect.
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It Is Beyond Saving
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It Is Beyond Saving: Like in the main series, most villains believe that humanity is irredeemable.
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ComicallySerious
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The protagonist of Persona 4 is noticeably manlier than the P3 one, has an excellent relationship with his family and friends, genuinely enjoys school and life in general, and in adaptations he's depicted as a Comically Serious Cloudcuckoolander (and you can play him exactly as this in the game itself). Unlike the protagonists of the previous two games, his personal history never affects the game in any way. He also has a few names from various adaptations, but the canon one is Yu Narukami.
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Save Point
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Save Point: With the exception of Persona 2 where you can save anywhere, the rest of the games utilize this. Fortunately, they are frequent and easily approachable (except for Persona 1, that is).
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Contrasting Sequel Antagonist
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Contrasting Sequel Antagonist: Persona 1: Takahisa Kandori is an incredibly rich, talented and intelligent scientist and businessman who believes that the existence of humanity is a blemish to the world and must be wiped out, and he tries to achieve godhood to achieve this. In fact, he does achieve it. However, he has no hard feelings towards his illegitimate relative (who is trying to kill him), shows a surprising ability to grow fond of other people, realizes that it's Lonely at the Top, and goes out via Suicide by Cop. When he returns in Persona 2 Eternal Punishment, he's some sort of Anti-Villain who gives cryptic hints to the heroes and encourages them to stop the chaos they are in, only to still stand in the way because "it's too late for him to change". Pandora is the Enemy Without of party-member Maki, and she wishes to create a paradise made of nothingness to ease her own pain, even if it means Death of Personality. Persona 2: Tatsuya Sudou is an insane serial killer and arsonist who has personal beef with the protagonists, and his ultimate goal is to eliminate his father, and he makes no secret out of it. He also has the need to follow somebody's orders, as in Innocent Sin, he is a minion, and in Eternal Punishment he tries to get his old leader back. Both times he dies long before the end of the game, killed by the protagonists. Unlike all other antagonists here, Joker was Brainwashed and Crazy by the Big Bad, who took advantage of his childhood trauma. He is also very elegant, unlike all other villains here, and is a Well-Intentioned Extremist who genuinely wants to help people. Tatsuzou Sudou is a corrupt minister who's running for Prime Minister, and has several other groups like the Mafia, the police and the media under his thumb. His goal is to eliminate the world of the original sin, though he respects the heroes for trying to stop him. He also tries to get rid of his son by all means possible and keep him far away, is perfectly capable of holding his own in a fight, and eventually is transformed into a monster and killed. The Big Bad Nyarlathotep is an Eldritch Abomination, the incarnation of humanity's tendency towards chaos and destruction, and he's a Magnificent Bastard of epic proportions, as he manipulated all the heroes and villains in both P1 and P2, and had a blast doing it. And in Innocent Sin, he wins, which is more than what other villains can claim. Persona 3: Ikutsuki is an Ax-Crazy maniac with a Devil Complex who wishes to destroy and rule over humanity - much like the other villains here - and has no issue using other people to advance his goals, but he's also the epitome of Affably Evil and a Non-Action Guy. Nyx is the only deity in the series who doesn't draw her power from human belief, as she is older than our species. In fact, she doesn't really care about humanity at all. Erebus, is the manifestation of humanity's desire for death. Unlike other deities in the franchise, Erebus is a completely mindless monster with the single goal of bringing Death to the world. Persona 4: Adachi is a sociopath whose only motivation was that his life was boring, unlike the grand motivations of the other villains, and gets his hands quite dirty. In addition, he has no large group following his orders, unlike the rest. He is also able to form personal connections with people, and comes off as quite the awkward dork from day to day. The other suspects are also quite different. One is an Attention Whore, and the other was a good man tricked into thinking that he's saving people. Izanami seriously thinks that her experiment is for the benefit of humanity, but she operates more on Blue-and-Orange Morality, and is a Horrible Judge of Character (she based her assessment of humans on the spoilered guy above), and is a Graceful Loser. Persona 5: Shido is a corrupt politician who's running for Prime Minister, and has several groups like the Yakuza, the police and the media under his thumb. He has an illegitimate son and he's using the Metaverse to advance his agenda, with no care for how many people die. Sounds familiar? Well, unlike Kandori and Tatsuzou above, this guy has zero respect for the heroes, and instead of remaking this world into a pure one, his goal is to remake it so that he is on top. He also works together with that relative, has no idea that there are people out for his blood, and he does not knowingly obey any higher power. Also, he has never put any real effort in his scheme as all the research he's using is stolen and he always acts by proxies. The illegitimate relative in question is Goro Akechi, who is also a villain. Unlike Tatsuya Sudou, he is perfectly sane, and his revenge towards his father involves a rather complicated plan to ruin his father's reputation which even requires him cooperating with the protagonists; and it works. Unlike the chaos and destruction-inclined deities before, Yaldabaoth is the Persona answer to YHVH; a deity born by people's desire for absolute order, who wishes to rule humanity instead of destroying it. Royal has Maruki. While like P2 Joker he is a Well-Intentioned Extremist with the best interest of the people in mind and a Dark and Troubled Past, he is not manipulated by anyone and instead acts entirely by his own free will.
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One-Hit Kill
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The Fusion Spell Armageddon in P2 and P3 is essentially an "I win" button. It kills everything but Philemon.
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Infinity +1 Sword
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Infinity +1 Sword: The Fusion Spell Armageddon in P2 and P3 is essentially an "I win" button. It kills everything but Philemon. Each playable character in the series has a more conventional ultimate weapon, but actually obtaining them requires a lot of time, money, investment in Fusion, sidequests, or a combination of all the above. There are also a few uber-powerful Personas that are only available on New Game+, but by the point you get them they're more Bragging Rights Reward than anything.
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Apocalypse Cult
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Apocalypse Cult: Persona 2 (both games) and 3 have several groups either trying to bring the Apocalypse, or preach that the end is nigh.
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Arc Villain
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P5 mostly has Arc Villains, but the overreaching ones are Shido (who is responsible for many bad things that happen in the game), the Black Mask who works for Shido just so he can backstab him, and Yaldabaoth who was pulling everyone's strings.
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Non-Elemental
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Non-Elemental: Almighty, the unblockable type of magic. Typically, that's the Megido line, though in P1 they are Nuclear spells and treated like all other types, and in P2 "Almighty" and "Non-Elemental" are treated as two different types, with the former being a normal element, and includes Zan and Gry in them.
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Coming-of-Age Story
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Coming-of-Age Story: This role of Social Links/Confidants in games past the Persona 3, especially if it involves characters who are at the same age group with the protagonists. Through their interaction with the protagonists, these characters undergo some Character Development, learning how to cherish those around them, putting the past behind them, moving on with their lives. It is through these events that the Protagonists themselves undergo their own development, which turns their Arcana from the Fool to the World and evolving their Personas to their Ultimate form which allows them to defeat the Final Boss.
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Genki Girl
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The female protagonist from the portable version of Persona 3 is the exact opposite of her male counterpart. She comes off as a Genki Girl - and Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth depicts her exactly as such - who gets along with everyone, and is more capable of forming relationships than her male counterpart. Not only she can form Social Links with people that he couldn't, SEES seems to get along better in her version of the game. Finally, her weapon of choice is a Naginata, setting her apart from any other playable character in the series. This whole contrast is lampshaded by the color themes of the two protagonists. The male one is blue-themed, while the female one is pink-themed.
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Previous Player-Character Cameo
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Previous Player-Character Cameo: Tamaki Uchida, the protagonist of Shin Megami Tensei if..., is a fairly important NPC in Persona 1 and both Persona 2 games. In the Persona 2 duology, every playable Persona user that appeared in P1 returns as an NPC - or in Yukino, Nanjo, and Eriko's cases, as party members. In Persona 3, the "Who's Who" show has Trish, the healing fountain fairy from P1 and P2, taking interviews from old party members as a form of "Where Are They Now?" Epilogue. Persona 4: Arena and the Persona Q games are basically "Previous Player-Character Cameo - the Game". Persona 5 has multiple references to older characters - from the various police-ascociated Persona users appearing in an interview, to Joker being able to obtain a Risette poster and hang it on his wall.
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Wind Is Green
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Wind Is Green: Wind spells usually are colored green. Best seen in Persona 2 Innocent Sin where the wind-themed Aquarius Shrine, the Crystal Skull of Wind, the wind-using Aquarius Mask enemies and Queen Aquarius are all green.
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The Ace
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Takahisa Kandori is an incredibly rich, talented and intelligent scientist and businessman who believes that the existence of humanity is a blemish to the world and must be wiped out, and he tries to achieve godhood to achieve this. In fact, he does achieve it. However, he has no hard feelings towards his illegitimate relative (who is trying to kill him), shows a surprising ability to grow fond of other people, realizes that it's Lonely at the Top, and goes out via Suicide by Cop. When he returns in Persona 2 Eternal Punishment, he's some sort of Anti-Villain who gives cryptic hints to the heroes and encourages them to stop the chaos they are in, only to still stand in the way because "it's too late for him to change".
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Shadow Archetype
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Shadow Archetype: The Shadow Selves, which are the incarnation of every part of yourself that you want to keep hidden and refuse to admit exists.
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Rainbow Speak
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Rainbow Speak: Important terms or information tend to be highlighted.
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In Persona 3, the "Who's Who" show has Trish, the healing fountain fairy from P1 and P2, taking interviews from old party members as a form of "Where Are They Now?" Epilogue.
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It Makes Sense in Context
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Innocent Sin has the Masked circle and the Last Battalion. In fact, you walk just in time to a confrontation between the leaders of the two groups. Then the aliens show up (It Makes Sense in Context). And finally it's revealed that all of that was simply part of Nyarlathotep's plan.
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What If?
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What If?: How the entire series started, combined with For Want of a Nail. Long story short, the events of the Raidou Kuzunoha games prevented the events of Shin Megami Tensei I from ever happening.
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Timed Mission
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Timed Mission: The Snow Queen Quest in P1 (yes, the whole game turns into a timed mission), the Aerospace Museum in P2, the Priestess full moon shadow in P3, and the Shadow Okumura fight in P5. Persona 4 and 5 force you to complete each dungeon before specific deadlines.
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Thematic Series
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Thematic Series: While every game takes place in the same universe and Igor and the Velvet Room appear in every game, starting from Persona 3, each mainline title features a new cast of characters, a new setting, and a different interpretation of the titular Persona (i.e. in Persona 4, they are the result of the user accepting themselves while in Persona 5, they represent the user's rebellious spirit).
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Urban Fantasy
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Urban Fantasy: All the games feature normal people in normal places that have suddenly been laced with the supernatural. The Wake Up, Go to School, Save the World aspect only enforces this.
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Tarot Motifs
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Tarot Motifs: Predominant. Every single Persona and enemy in the game are associated with one of the twenty-two major arcana. This also holds true for the Social Links / Confidants. The arcana of each character is symbolic of their personality and character arcs. As Persona 3 puts it...
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Non-Human Sidekick
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Non-Human Sidekick: The later games feature plenty of non-human party members. Persona 3 has Koromaru (a dog) and Aigis (a robot). The Answer adds another robot named Metis. Persona 4 has Teddie, who is a sentient Shadow. Persona 5 has Morgana, who looks like a housecat but is a Velvet Room attendant. P5 Strikers, the sequel of the above, not only has Morgana, but it also adds Sophia, an AI.
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Humanity on Trial
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Humanity on Trial: The real plot of P2 and P4. In fact, in P2 the resident deities made a bet out of the result.
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Science Fiction
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Science Fiction: While subtle compared to the other elements, there are several pieces of technology that are far too advanced for the year they're set in, or even decades after their release. AIs and robots of Aigis's caliber are hardly present in 2020 (the game was released in 2006, and takes place in 2009), and we certainly don't have teleportation machines like Kandori's "Petit Deva".
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Light 'em Up
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Light 'em Up: The Hama and Kouga spells, called Light, Holy or Bless skills. Persona 1 breaks them down to Expel and Miracle skills.
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Character Portrait
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Character Portrait: In every single game. Each character has a few portraits to match their current mood.
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Show Within a Show
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Show Within a Show: From Persona 2 onwards, there's a Sentai tv show called Phoenix Ranger Featherman R. It even comes with Excited Title! Two-Part Episode Name!.
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True Companions
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True Companions: Taken to its logical conclusion in the later games, as your party members will take death blows for you and give you actual power.
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Good Colors, Evil Colors
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Good Colors, Evil Colors: From Persona 3 onwards, your party members generate blue Battle Auras when summoning their Personas, while hostile Persona users such as Strega, the Killer, and Black Mask generate red ones.
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Cats Are Magic
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Cats Are Magic: The Lucky Cat statue in the Kuzunoha detective agency of Persona 2 is actually a means for the Nekomata who hides in the bathroom to take your money. Katsuya's initial Persona Helios is an anthropomorphic cat. Wang Long Chizuru's pet cat in Eternal Punishment turns out to be a Shikigami in disguise. Lieutenant-General Zula in Tatsuya's Scenario is a talking cat, and it guides the heroes through Kadasu Mandala. Morgana, one of your party members in Persona 5, looks like a regular cat out of the Metaverse, and like a cartoon cat while in it.
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Level-Up at Intimacy 5
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Level-Up at Intimacy 5: How the Social Links / Confidants work. Interacting with each character allows you to unlock more Personas of their respective Arcana, as well as gain EXP and additional abilities (the party members may also gain extra abilities). Generally, the series downplays the "intimacy" part of the trope as most of these relationships are platonic, but Persona 3 forces you to enter romantic relationships with the opposite sex and juggle them all together.
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Year X
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Subverted with Persona 5, which takes place in 2016 and early 2017 (but is referred to in-game as 20XX). The game was supposed to be released in 2014, but ended up in Development Hell until the real 2016, thus narrowly missing the pattern.
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Academy of Adventure
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Academy of Adventure: There's always something supernatural going on with high schools in this series. St. Hermelin High in Persona has a traditional play which involves an evil mask that eventually kills everyone who wears it, with an avatar of a deity trapped inside that can possess people. And then the school gets caught up in a zombie/demon apocalypse. Seven Sisters High in Persona 2 hosts a magical stone that opens the door to a magic river that leads to the flying disk of the Ancient Astronauts. And from the same game, the Bomb Shelter underneath Kasugayama High is infested with demons. Subverted in that all this is the result of rumor curse and there's nothing truly special with the schools themselves. Gekkougan High in Persona 3, when the clock strikes midnight, transforms into an Evil Tower of Ominousness and Eldritch Location rolled into one. There's even a school club dedicated to defeating any abomination that may crawl out of it. Averted in Persona 4. The only special thing in Yasogami High are the quirky teachers. Subverted in Persona 5; the school may be the site of a Palace - a plane in the Metaverse warped by cognition and distorted desires - but the building has nothing to do with it. Nothing metaphysical manifests in the real world, and the moment the person responsible leaves, the distortion goes with him.
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Inner Monologue
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Third, the characters' Inner Monologue is perfectly visible to the player.
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Harder Than Hard
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Harder Than Hard: Persona 3 Portable was the game that introduced the "Maniac" difficulty to the franchise as a whole. Keep in mind, that's the subtitle of Nocturne's Updated Re-release, so prepare to be punished.
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Enemy Without
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Pandora is the Enemy Without of party-member Maki, and she wishes to create a paradise made of nothingness to ease her own pain, even if it means Death of Personality.
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With This Herring
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With This Herring: You start off your adventure to save the world with nothing but the clothes on your back and maybe a cheap weapon if you're lucky. It's justified in Persona 1 and Persona 2 by the fact that the party is suddenly thrust into their adventure with no time to prepare, and in Persona 4 and Persona 5 where you're just a bunch of high school students who have to fund their activities out of their own pockets.
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Shout-Out: The series is one huge shout-out to Carl Jung. The term "Persona" as it's used in the game comes from him. Persona 1 and 2 borrow heavily from the Cthulhu Mythos. And so does the third semester in Royal. The attendants of the Velvet Room are all named after Frankenstein characters.
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Cosmic Horror Reveal
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Cosmic Horror Reveal: In every game, the heroes think that they're dealing with corrupt people only to suddenly face whichever deity is truly pulling the strings. Downplayed in Persona 3 where it's obvious that you're dealing with something completely unnatural from the get-go, though not the sheer scale behind it.
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Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?
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Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: The True Final Boss of every game can qualify as this, as they're definitely eldritch, and you most certainly give them a good beating. Tatsuya in particular gets to literally punch out Cthulhu during Tatsuya's Scenario, and at the end of Innocent Sin he actually has the option to punch Philemon.
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Genre Mashup
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Genre Mashup: The Persona series are Urban Fantasy Role Playing Games with a few Science Fiction elements and Big Bads of the Cosmic Horror Genre - as they are incomprehensible entities that obtain their power from humanity and cannot truly be defeated - and simultaneously they are high school simulators with an extra Dating Sim function.
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Lighter and Softer
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Lighter and Softer: In comparison to its parent series. Here, the heroes fight along with their loyal friends and succeed in defeating their enemies, and the world is restored to peaceful normality before the damage becomes too excessive. That said... Innocent Sin is an infamous aversion, as it's considered dark even by MegaTen standards. The game's only ending essentially forces the heroes to reenact the plot of Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne. Even worse, it is revealed that all their efforts to prevent the disaster were All According to Plan, and that they were the pawns in a Cosmic Chess Game, and that they have been manipulated ever since they were little kids. In that ending, Maya, one of your party members, is murdered, The Bad Guy Wins, and there's no choice but to push the Reset Button. Persona 3 is not at Innocent Sin level of dark, but with its theme being the inevitability of death and the hero dying to stop The End of the World as We Know It, it's a pretty good contestant. Played very straight with Persona 4, which, despite having some dark moments and revolving around trying to catch a Serial Killer, is largely very upbeat, happy, and idealistic throughout - and in the Golden Ending, Everybody Lives. Persona 5 lies somewhere inbetween 3 and 4 - it's Bloodier and Gorier, has some very dark subject matter that even 3 didn't touch, the heroes are more morally ambiguous, and most of the characters go through absolute hell, but it still retains the idealistic tone and happy ending.
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Refusing Paradise
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Refusing Paradise: Though it's usually paradise in name only and entails the enslavement/destruction of humanity, so the protagonists refuse it by default. That said, Royal has an ending that allow you to avert this trope and said Paradise was for real, although what happens next wouldn't be good.
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Loads and Loads of Characters
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Loads and Loads of Characters: Let's put it this way: there's a Social Link / Confidant for every major arcana in each game, and there are even more characters.
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Monster Compendium
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Monster Compendium: The Persona Compendium.
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We Cannot Go On Without You
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We Cannot Go On Without You: From Persona 3 onwards, if the protagonist dies, game over.
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Surprisingly Good English
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Surprisingly Good English: A good chunk of the soundtrack from the later games is made up of songs with English lyrics, and they are perfectly understandable. The PSP soundtrack of Persona 1 averts it, as it's Gratuitous English instead.
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The End of the World as We Know It
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Persona 3 is not at Innocent Sin level of dark, but with its theme being the inevitability of death and the hero dying to stop The End of the World as We Know It, it's a pretty good contestant.
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Reset Button
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Reset Button: The ending of Innocent Sin. All the following games take place after that.
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Gravity Master
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Gravity Master: The Gry line in P1. They were shifted to Almighty in P2.
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Legacy Boss Battle
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Legacy Boss Battle: Kandori, a boss in Persona 1 makes his return in Eternal Punishment. Tatsuya Sudou, Ginji Sasaki, and Shadow Maya are fought both in Innocent Sin and Eternal Punishment. The Big Bad Nyarlathotep is fought as a Final Boss in both Persona 2 games, but another form of his is also fought in Persona 1. The Sleeping Table from Persona 3 makes its return in Persona 4 as a late-game boss. The Reaper is a Bonus Boss which appears in P3, P4 and P5 if you linger in one place for too long.
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Updated Re-release
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Updated Re-release: All the games have received this. Persona 1 was remade for the PSP, with somewhat upgraded graphics (especially the menu), reworked game balance, remade 3D cutscenes and a new soundtrack. The English port took it a step further by including the Snow Queen Quest (which was absent from the original release), retranslating the game from scratch, and adding new voice acting. Persona 2 Innocent Sin also received a PSP port, with upgraded graphics (mostly the menus), remixed soundtrack (and the option to switch between the original and the new version), reworked negotiations, and the Climax Theatre, which includes new sidequests. This was also the first official version of the game outside Japan. The Persona 2 Eternal Punishment PSP port, on top of the graphics and soundtrack work that was also done in IS, added Tatsuya's Scenario, which tells the events of the game from Tatsuya's POV, heavily expands on the lore and plot of the game, introduces new characters, and includes a Bonus Dungeon and several new bosses. That version was never released out of Japan. Persona 3 received two updated versions. FES, unlike most other examples here, is on the same console as the original. It adds an extended playable epilogue called The Answer, with new Tartarus blocks, additional plot, and new bosses. Portable (the PSP port), receives a significant graphics downgrade due to the limitations of the hardware and removes The Answer, but enables you to control your party members (the most criticized aspect of the original), and adds a female protagonist option, with new Social Links and a new soundtrack to go with her. Persona 4 received Golden for the Vita, and later a Windows port in 2020. It adds a new character, new Social Links, a Bonus Dungeon, and two new endings, along with an epilogue. Persona 5 has Royal, for the same console. Once again, it introduces new characters, dungeons, new and reworked Confidants, a third semester to the story and two new endings.
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Fantasy Kitchen Sink
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Fantasy Kitchen Sink: The demons and Personas out there can be from just about any mythology possible. From most of the Ars Goetia to obscure African and Mayan deities, to Europian folk tales, there's no limit to what you can summon to fight alongside you.
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DungeonCrawler
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Dungeon Crawler: All the games, though in P1 and P2 most "dungeons" are real life places (like a mall), and P3 only has one dungeon.
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Ridiculously Human Robots
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Ridiculously Human Robots: Aigis, Metis, Labrys and Sophia are all robots (or an AI, in Sophia's case) that develop human emotions.
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The Hero
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In the original games, the Judgement and World arcanas were just regular old arcanas, while the Fool was near impossible to get (either Fusion accident or getting insanely lucky in negotiations). From Persona 3 onward, the Fool is invariably associated with The Hero, Judgement always represents a plot-critical ally whose advancement is required to reach the true ending, and the World is the Infinity +1 Sword.
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Combination Attack
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Combination Attack: Fusion spells in 2 require at least two party members. From 3 onwards, when an enemy gets knocked down, your entire party can unleash an All Out Attack against it. The power of the attack depends on the number of party members.
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Wake Up, Go to School, Save the World
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Wake Up, Go to School, Save the World: 3, 4 and 5 happen over the course of a year, and most of the playable characters are students. They balance school and daily life with their supernatural activities.
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Blue-and-Orange Morality
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Izanami seriously thinks that her experiment is for the benefit of humanity, but she operates more on Blue-and-Orange Morality, and is a Horrible Judge of Character (she based her assessment of humans on the spoilered guy above), and is a Graceful Loser.
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Dirty Cop
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Dirty Cop: Persona 2 Eternal Punishment and Persona 5 have almost the entire upper echelon of the police being paid off by and working for a corrupt politician. In Persona 4, the killer is a police officer.
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Second Year Protagonist
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Second Year Protagonist: With the exceptions of Tatsuya and Maya, every protagonist is on their second year of highschool.
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Bonus Boss
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The Reaper is a Bonus Boss which appears in P3, P4 and P5 if you linger in one place for too long.
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Blow You Away
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Blow You Away: Garu. P1 also had Zan, which was referred as Blast magic.
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Befriending the Enemy
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Befriending the Enemy: In the Updated Rereleases of P3, P4, and P5, you can form Social Links / Confidants with the antagonists.
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Abstract Apotheosis
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Abstract Apotheosis: In Persona 3, the Main Character sacrifices his/her life to become the Great Seal, the final barrier between Nyx, Death itself, and Erebus, the Anthropomorphic Personification of humanity's self-destructive unconscious desires, thus becoming the ultimate representation of hope in the Persona universe, and visualized as a massive golden gate with the protagonist's soul keeping it closed. Ryoji is the literal embodiment of death, and serves as the game's final boss and the first person you meet in game. Persona 4 has a metaphorical example: Goddess Izanami wants to test mankind's potential, so she gives three people power and names them embodiments of a concept - Hope, Despair, and Emptiness - with the intention of acting based on which representative has the most success. Persona 5 has the heroes attempting to invoke the trope, by making their Phantom Thieves group a symbol of hope and encouragement for anyone trampled upon by societal corruption, rather than a couple of high school kids. In the Final Battle, the heroes transform this belief into a massive Guardian Entity, that in turn destroys the Eldritch Abomination Big Bad attempting to "free" humanity of The Evils of Free Will.
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20 Minutes into the Future
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20 Minutes into the Future: Persona 3 was released in 2006, but takes place in 2009. Persona 4 takes place in 2011, but the game was released in 2008. Subverted with Persona 5, which takes place in 2016 and early 2017 (but is referred to in-game as 20XX). The game was supposed to be released in 2014, but ended up in Development Hell until the real 2016, thus narrowly missing the pattern.
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Arbitrary Headcount Limit
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Arbitrary Headcount Limit: In each game. In Persona 1, you could only have 5 party members (including the protagonist) at the time even though there are 9 playable characters. In addition, certain party members are available only in specific routes; Mark, Maki and Reiji can only be used in the SEBEC route, while Yukino only joins as a permanent party member in the Snow Queen Quest. The only time you can have more than five party members is if you go with the SEBEC route but not recruit Reiji; in that case, he joins you for a boss fight, bringing the party up to six. Persona 2 ensures that there are only five party members available at the time. When a sixth party member is introduced, a previous one leaves the party for the rest of the game. From Persona 3 onwards, you can have up to four members including the protagonist in the party at the time, even though there are a lot more playable characters available. The games allow to switch around party members between fights.
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School Uniforms Are the New Black
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School Uniforms Are the New Black: Persona 1 and Innocent Sin justify it, as the characters were just leaving school when they got caught up in the events. Averted in Eternal Punishment as the party is all adults, and the only school-aged party member has ditched school and is wearing casual clothes. Played straight in Persona 3 even though the exploration of Tartarus happens well after school hours. The justification is that they are technically a school club doing school club activities, so they fight in uniform. Justified in Persona 4 as the party explores the TV world right after school. On Sundays they wear casual clothes. Averted in Persona 5 as the Phantom Thieves only wear uniforms during and right after school. On non-school days or the evenings, they wear casual clothes.
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Anthropomorphic Personification
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In Persona 3, the Main Character sacrifices his/her life to become the Great Seal, the final barrier between Nyx, Death itself, and Erebus, the Anthropomorphic Personification of humanity's self-destructive unconscious desires, thus becoming the ultimate representation of hope in the Persona universe, and visualized as a massive golden gate with the protagonist's soul keeping it closed. Ryoji is the literal embodiment of death, and serves as the game's final boss and the first person you meet in game.
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The Power of Friendship
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The Power of Friendship: Every single game emphasizes heavily the importance of friends in your life and their mutual contribution to help everyone in their group go through the hard times in their lives and develop as people. From Persona 3 onwards, it turns into a gameplay element through the Social Links / Confidants function.
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Well-Intentioned Extremist
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Royal has Maruki. While like P2 Joker he is a Well-Intentioned Extremist with the best interest of the people in mind and a Dark and Troubled Past, he is not manipulated by anyone and instead acts entirely by his own free will.
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All Your Powers Combined / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Almighty Janitor / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Aloof Big Brother / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Alternate Continuity / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Alternate Self Shipping / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ambiguous Gender Identity / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ambiguously Christian / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Amnesiac God / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Amplified Animal Aptitude / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
An Axe to Grind / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Anger Born of Worry / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Anguished Declaration of Love / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Animation Age Ghetto / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Annoying Video-Game Helper / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Anthropomorphic Personification / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Apathetic Citizens / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Apocalypse Maiden / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Arbitrary Gun Power / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Archaic Weapon for an Advanced Age / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Archangel Gabriel / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Archangel Michael / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Art Shift / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Artistic Age / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
As Long as There is Evil / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ascended Fridge Horror / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Asleep in Class / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Astral Checkerboard Decor / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Atomic Superpower / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Attractive Bent-Gender / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
B-Team Sequel / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Badass Biker / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Badass in a Nice Suit / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Badass Longcoat / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Badass Pacifist / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Barbie Doll Anatomy / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bare-Fisted Monk / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Barrier Maiden / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Batter Up! / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Battlecry / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Be Yourself / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Beach Episode / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Beethoven Was an Alien Spy / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Beneath the Mask / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Big Bad Friend / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Big Brother Bully / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Big Brother Mentor / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Big Man on Campus / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Biker Babe / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bishōnen / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bitch in Sheep's Clothing / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Black Bug Room / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
/ int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Blunt / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Boke and Tsukkomi Routine / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bonus Boss / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bridal Carry / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Brilliant, but Lazy / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bromantic Foil / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bruiser with a Soft Center / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
But Not Too Foreign / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
But Now I Must Go / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Butterfly of Transformation / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Call on Me / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Canon Identifier / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Canon Name / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Can't Drop the Hero / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cards of Power / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Career-Ending Injury / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Casting Couch / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Catching Some Z's / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Chained by Fashion / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Changing of the Guard / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Character Outlives Actor / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Character Portrait / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Character-Specific Pages / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Character Tics / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Chivalrous Pervert / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Christmas Cake / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Chronic Hero Syndrome / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
City of Adventure / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Class Trip / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Clingy Jealous Girl / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Combat Medic / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Combat Stilettos / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Combination Attack / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Combined Energy Attack / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Comic-Book Adaptation / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Complete Immortality / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Completely Different Title / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Console RPG Cliches: The TV Tropes Version / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Contrasting Sequel Main Character / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cool Big Sis / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cool Shades / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cordon Bleugh Chef / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cosmic Plaything / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Counter-Attack / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Creator's Favorite / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Creepy Good / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cry into Chest / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Curtains Match the Window / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Custom Uniform / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cute Kitten / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cute Sports Club Manager / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cutting Off the Branches / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cynicism Catalyst / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Daddy's Girl / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Damage Typing / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Damsel out of Distress / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dance Battler / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dark Magical Girl / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dead Person Impersonation / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Death by Despair / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Death Is a Slap on the Wrist / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Deathly Dies Irae / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Defective Detective / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Desperately Looking for a Purpose in Life / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Detect Evil / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Devil, but No God / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Devil in Plain Sight / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Devoted to You / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Did Not Get the Girl / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Did They or Didn't They? / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Did You Just Romance Cthulhu? / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Die or Fly / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Died in Your Arms Tonight / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Directed by Cast Member / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dirty Cop / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Disappointed by the Motive / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Disc-One Final Dungeon / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Discount Card / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Divine Conflict / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Does Not Like Spam / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Don't You Dare Pity Me! / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Door to Before / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Double Consciousness / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Double Unlock / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dramatic Wind / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dude, Where's My Respect? / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dungeon Crawling / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dye Hard / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dysfunctional Family / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ear Worm / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Education Mama / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
11th-Hour Superpower / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Elite Mooks / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Embarrassing but Empowering Outfit / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Endearingly Dorky / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Enemy Scan / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Enemy Within / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Enemy Without / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Establishing Series Moment / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ethereal Choir / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Everyone's Baby Sister / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Everything Makes a Mushroom / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evolution Power-Up / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evolving Attack / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Exotic Eye Designs / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Experience Points / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Extreme Doormat / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Extremity Extremist / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fashion Model / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fast-Forward Mechanic / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Feminine Women Can Cook / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fiction 500 / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fight Woosh / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fighting Spirit / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Final Dungeon Preview / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Finger-Tenting / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
First Girl Wins / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Four-Girl Ensemble / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Framing Device / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
French Maid Outfit / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gag Nose / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gaiden Game / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Game Gourmet / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gamer Chick / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gender-Equal Ensemble / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gender Flip / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Genki Girl / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gilded Cage / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Girlish Pigtails / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Girls Are Really Scared of Horror Movies / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Girly Bruiser / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
God of Evil / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
God of Good / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gods Need Prayer Badly / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gonk / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Good Colors, Evil Colors / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Good-Guy Bar / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Graceful Loser / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gratuitous Japanese / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Great Detective / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Guardian Entity / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Guest-Star Party Member / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Guile Hero / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Guns Are Worthless / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Guys Smash, Girls Shoot / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Handguns / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hands-Off Parenting / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Handsome Lech / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hard-to-Adapt Work / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hard Truth Aesop / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hard Work Hardly Works / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Headphones Equal Isolation / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heavenly Blue / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hell-Bent for Leather / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hero Antagonist / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heroes Want Redheads / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heroic Bastard / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heroic Wannabe / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
High School A.U. / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hikikomori / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hime Cut / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
His Own Worst Enemy / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Honest John's Dealership / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Honorary True Companion / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hopeless Suitor / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hospital Hottie / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hot-Blooded Sideburns / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Humanity on Trial / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Humans Are Cthulhu / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Humans Are Flawed / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Ate WHAT?! / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Can't Believe a Guy Like You Would Notice Me / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Just Want to Be Special / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Know Mortal Kombat / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Idle Animation / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Idol Singer / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ignorance Is Bliss / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Implied Love Interest / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Inconsistent Coloring / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Infallible Babble / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Infinity +1 Sword / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Informed Equipment / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Inn Between the Worlds / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Innocently Insensitive / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Interquel / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Invisible to Normals / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
It's Up to You / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Jaded Washout / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Jerkass Gods / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Justified Save Point / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kick Them While They Are Down / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kid Detective / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kid Hero / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kill the God / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kimono Fanservice / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kimono Is Traditional / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kindhearted Cat Lover / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Knife Nut / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Knowledge Broker / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kung-Fu Wizard / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lady of Black Magic / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lame Pun Reaction / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Last Girl Wins / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Late Character Syndrome / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Later Installment Weirdness / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Layered World / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Legacy Boss Battle / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Let Us Never Speak of This Again / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Likes Older Women / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Limited Social Circle / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Linear Warriors, Quadratic Wizards / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Locked Out of the Loop / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Long-Range Fighter / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Long-Runner Cast Turnover / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lost in Translation / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lovable Alpha Bitch / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Love to Hate / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Loved Ones Montage / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Loving a Shadow / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Made of Evil / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magic Skirt / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mainstream Obscurity / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Maneki Neko / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Master of All / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mayfly–December Romance / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Meganekko / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Memetic Personality Change / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Memetic Troll / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Men Use Violence, Women Use Communication / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mental Monster / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mental World / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Merging the Branches / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Messiah Creep / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mission Control / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Misunderstood Loner with a Heart of Gold / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Modesty Shorts / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Money Spider / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Monster of the Week / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
More Friends, More Benefits / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mrs. Robinson / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Muggle-and-Magical Love Triangle / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mukokuseki / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Multiple Demographic Appeal / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mystery Meat / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Naginatas Are Feminine / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Named by the Adaptation / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nerf Arm / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Never Gets Fat / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Never Got to Say Goodbye / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
New Transfer Student / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
New Year Has Come / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Newbie Boom / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Next Sunday A.D. / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nightmare Fetishist / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
No Social Skills / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nominal Importance / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Non-Human Sidekick / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Non-Uniform Uniform / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Not So Above It All / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Numbered Sequels / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Obvious Judas / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Odd Name Out / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Official Cosplay Gear / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ojou / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Old Save Bonus / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Olympus Mons / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ominous Save Prompt / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
One-Man Party / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
One of the Boys / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
One True Threesome / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
One-Woman Wail / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ordinary High-School Student / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Original Generation / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Our Homunculi Are Different / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Outnumbered Sibling / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Outside-the-Box Tactic / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Oxymoronic Being / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Palette Swap / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Panty Thief / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Paper Fan of Doom / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Parental Neglect / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Parents as People / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Phenotype Stereotype / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pieces of God / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pinocchio Syndrome / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pipe Pain / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Place Beyond Time / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Please Put Some Clothes On / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Plucky Girl / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Poor, Predictable Rock / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Positive Friend Influence / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Post-Final Boss / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Post-Victory Collapse / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Power Fist / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Power High / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Power-Strain Blackout / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Power-Up Food / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Powers as Programs / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Powers That Be / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Precocious Crush / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Proper Tights with a Skirt / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Protagonist Power-Up Privileges / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pungeon Master / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pyrrhic Victory / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rage Against the Mentor / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rainbow Speak / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Random Effect Spell / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Randomly Generated Levels / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Raven Hair, Ivory Skin / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Real Men Cook / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Real Men Eat Meat / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Recruit Teenagers with Attitude / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Recurring Element / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Recurring Extra / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Reduced-Downtime Features / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Redundant Parody / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Relationship Upgrade / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Relationship Values / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Reluctant Fanservice Girl / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Retool / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Reverse Cerebus Syndrome / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Revolvers Are Just Better / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Robo Ship / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Robot Girl / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Romance Sidequest / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Royal Rapier / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sadist Teacher / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sailor Earth / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sailor Fuku / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Satan / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Scarf of Asskicking / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
School Festival / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
School Idol / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
School Setting Simulation / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
School Uniforms Are the New Black / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Schrödinger's Butterfly / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Schrödinger's Gun / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Scratchy-Voiced Senior / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Second Year Protagonist / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Secret A.I. Moves / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Secretly Selfish / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Self-Serving Memory / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sempai/Kohai / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sensei-chan / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sensor Character / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sentai / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sequel Difficulty Drop / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Serial Killer Baiting / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sexy Discretion Shot / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shadow Archetype / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shameless Fanservice Girl / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shape-Shifter Showdown / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
She Is All Grown Up / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ships That Pass in the Night / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shorter Means Smarter / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shout-Out Theme Naming / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shrines and Temples / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shy Blue-Haired Girl / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Signature Line / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Significant Double Casting / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Silly Rabbit, Cynicism Is for Losers! / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Single-Target Sexuality / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sinister Schnoz / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sixth Ranger / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Small Role, Big Impact / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Smart Ball / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sociopathic Hero / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Space Whale Aesop / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Spell Book / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Spotlight-Stealing Crossover / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Spy Catsuit / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Squishy Wizard / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Stalker Shrine / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Standard Status Effects / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Starter Villain / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Stealth Sequel / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Story Branch Favoritism / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Story Branching / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Straight Gay / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Straw Misogynist / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Straw Nihilist / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Student Council President / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Suddenly Speaking / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Suicidal Cosmic Temper Tantrum / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Summon Magic / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Super-Deformed / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Super Move Portrait Attack / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Supernatural Fear Inducer / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Supernatural Gold Eyes / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Superpower Lottery / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Support Party Member / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Supreme Chef / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Surprisingly Good English / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sword and Sorcerer / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sympathetic Inspector Antagonist / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Talking Is a Free Action / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tarot Motifs / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Teacher/Student Romance / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Team Mom / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Team Pet / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Technicolor Fire / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Teens Are Short / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Anime of the Game / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Anti-God / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Anti-Christ / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Bad Guys Are Cops / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Big Bad Shuffle / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Commissioner Gordon / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Dog Was the Mastermind / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Friends Who Never Hang / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Glasses Come Off / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Gods Must Be Lazy / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Greatest Story Never Told / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Gunslinger / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Kid with the Remote Control / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Lad-ette / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Law of Conservation of Detail / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Medic / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Musketeer / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Not-Love Interest / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Paragon / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Quiet One / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Red Mage / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Social Expert / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Stinger / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Usual Adversaries / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Thematic Series / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Thematic Theme Tune / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Third-Option Love Interest / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Token Mini-Moe / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Token Rich Student / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tokyo Is the Center of the Universe / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tomboy with a Girly Streak / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tomboyish Name / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Too Long; Didn't Dub / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Transgender / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Transplant / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Trash of the Titans / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Trauma-Induced Amnesia / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Traumatic Superpower Awakening / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Treacherous Advisor / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Triple Shifter / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Trolling Creator / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Troubling Unchildlike Behavior / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Two Girls to a Team / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Übermensch / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Undead Tax Exemption / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Unexpectedly Real Magic / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Unprovoked Pervert Payback / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Unsettling Gender Reveal / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Urban Fantasy / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Urban Legends / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Valentine's Day Episode / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Victory-Guided Amnesia / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Victory Pose / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Video Games of 2010-2014 / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Video Games of 2015-2019 / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Villain Respect / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Villain with Good Publicity / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Violence Is the Only Option / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Visible Silence / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Voodoo Shark / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wake Up, Go to School, Save the World / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wallbonking / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Warp Whistle / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Weaker in the Real World / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wholesome Crossdresser / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wolverine Claws / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
World of No Grandparents / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wowing Cthulhu / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wrench Wench / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ye Olde Butcherede Englishe / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Yin-Yang Bomb / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
You Lose at Zero Trust / int_8ee238c9
 Persona (Franchise)
hasFeature
Zero-Effort Boss / int_8ee238c9