History Characters / Persona4TheInvestigationTeam

14th Oct '17 8:23:53 AM rjd1922
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* DarkIsNotEvil: She and her Persona can seem a little sinister, plus one of her specialities is the Mudo, or "[[ElementalPowers darkness element]], but she's a force for law, justice and right, and quite pleasant once you get to know her.

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* DarkIsNotEvil: She and her Persona can seem a little sinister, plus one of her specialities is the Mudo, or "[[ElementalPowers darkness element]], element]]", but she's a force for law, justice and right, and quite pleasant once you get to know her.



* GirlinessUpgrade: [[spoiler:During the epilogue of ''Golden'', she's adopted a more feminine appearance (even to the point of showing off cleavage]].

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* GirlinessUpgrade: [[spoiler:During the epilogue of ''Golden'', she's adopted a more feminine appearance (even to the point of showing off cleavage]].cleavage)]].
11th Oct '17 6:34:06 PM nendroid
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* FourTemperamentEnsemble: This actually extends to the genders as there are four boys and four girls.
** Males: Teddie (Sanguine), Kanji Tasumi (Choleric), Yu Narukami (Melancholic), Yosuke Hanamura (Phlegmatic)
** Females: Rise Kijikawa (Sanguine), Chie Satonaka (Choleric), Naoto Shirogane (Melancholic), Yukiko Amagi (Phlegmatic)
1st Oct '17 12:35:46 PM starjewel
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* OlderThanTheyLook: On a [[http://i.imgur.com/rJ2s10o.jpg poster]] for one of her works named ''Sapphire'' in ''VideoGame/Persona5'', she doesn't look much different at 20-21 than she did at the end of ''Persona 4'' at 16. However, an EasterEgg in an InUniverse TV show aired on 7/1 remarks that "she's really gained a lot of sex appeal since she hit 20", meaning that the poster's design may have been an {{Invoked|Trope}} example.

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* OlderThanTheyLook: On a [[http://i.imgur.com/rJ2s10o.jpg poster]] for one of her works new single named ''Sapphire'' "Sapphire? in ''VideoGame/Persona5'', she doesn't look much different at 20-21 than she did at the end of ''Persona 4'' at 16. However, an EasterEgg in an InUniverse TV show aired on 7/1 remarks that "she's really gained a lot of sex appeal since she hit 20", meaning that the poster's design may have been an {{Invoked|Trope}} example.
28th Sep '17 8:42:45 PM NeoChaos
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[[caption-width-right:350:The Investigation Team.[[labelnote:*]]Clockwise from the bottom: [[NewTransferStudent Yu Narukami]], [[ActionGirl Chie Satonaka]], [[YamatoNadeshiko Yukiko Amagi]], [[ClassClown Yosuke Hanamura]], [[IdolSinger Rise Kujikawa]], [[{{Bifauxnen}} Naoto Shirogane]], [[BruiserWithASoftCenter Kanji Tatsumi]] and [[TeamPet Teddie]]. [[/labelnote]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:The Investigation Team.[[labelnote:*]]Clockwise from the bottom: [[NewTransferStudent Yu Narukami]], [[ActionGirl Chie Satonaka]], [[YamatoNadeshiko Yukiko Amagi]], [[ClassClown Yosuke Hanamura]], [[IdolSinger Rise Kujikawa]], [[{{Bifauxnen}} Naoto Shirogane]], [[BruiserWithASoftCenter Kanji Tatsumi]] and Tatsumi]], [[IdolSinger Rise Kujikawa]], [[TeamPet Teddie]]. Teddie]], [[{{Bifauxnen}} Naoto Shirogane]] and [[YamatoNadeshiko Yukiko Amagi]].[[/labelnote]]]]
24th Sep '17 6:43:23 PM Timber
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Naoto's persona, Sukuna-Hikona, is a Japanese god of sake, healing, and hot springs. He is always depicted as being very small, and a close friend of the very tall god Okuninushi. The two worked together to build the nation of Japan and develop the art of medicine. Upon completing Naoto's social link, Sukuna-Hikona evolves into Yamato-Takeru, a prince turned folk hero who wielded the legendary [[PublicDomainArtifact Kusanagi]] sword and whose spirit turned into a great white bird after his death. In ''Golden'', Yamato-Takeru can further evolve into Yamato Sumeragi, an epithet for the [[UsefulNotes/ImperialJapan emperor of Japan]].

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Naoto's persona, Sukuna-Hikona, is a Japanese god of sake, healing, and hot springs. He is always depicted as being very small, and a close friend of the very tall god Okuninushi. The two worked together to build the nation province of Japan Izumo and develop the art of medicine. Upon completing Naoto's social link, Sukuna-Hikona evolves into Yamato-Takeru, a prince turned folk hero who wielded the legendary [[PublicDomainArtifact Kusanagi]] sword and whose spirit turned into a great white bird after his death. In ''Golden'', Yamato-Takeru can further evolve into Yamato Sumeragi, an epithet for the [[UsefulNotes/ImperialJapan emperor of Japan]].
19th Sep '17 7:04:23 PM MM_Crusader
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* KickTheDog: If Koromaru and Teddie are in the party, Teddie will sometimes mock Koromaru whenever the latter is knocked out during a battle.



* SitcomArchNemesis: In ''Q'', he develops a one-sided rivalry with Koromaru, jealous that the dog has more luck in grabbing the girls' attention than him. Even Kanji finds Koromaru cuter and fluffier than him, which only further escalates Teddie's hatred for him (not like Teddie ever let Kanji pet him). One side quest involves Teddie challenging Koromaru to see who is the better animal and the only reason he won is because Koromaru willingly forfeits the challenge. Being a nice dog and all, Koromaru simply plays along with Teddie but even he has his patience.



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19th Sep '17 4:48:23 PM Timber
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His persona is Kintoki-Douji, a hero from Japanese folklore who wielded a tomahawk (referenced by the Tomahawk missile), grew up on a mountain, defeated a powerful {{Oni}} known as Shuten-douji, and became a retainer to Minamoto no Yorimitsu, a legendary warrior from the [[UsefulNotes/Fujiware Heian period]]. After completing Teddie's social link, Kintoki-Douji evolves into Kamui, derived from "kamuy," the Ainu word for "bear." In Ainu mythology, bears are incarnations of powerful spirits, and the Arrow missile references the practice of Iomante, where a bear is returned to the spirit world by ritual sacrifice via arrows. In Golden, Kamui can further evolve into Kamui-Moshiri, derived from "Kamuy-Mosir," the home of the Ainu gods and spirits.

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His persona is Kintoki-Douji, a hero from Japanese folklore who wielded a tomahawk (referenced by the Tomahawk missile), grew up on a mountain, defeated a powerful {{Oni}} known as Shuten-douji, and became a retainer to Minamoto no Yorimitsu, a the legendary warrior from the [[UsefulNotes/Fujiware Heian period]].[[UsefulNoates/{{Fujiwara}} Minamoto no Yorimitsu]]. After completing Teddie's social link, Kintoki-Douji evolves into Kamui, derived from "kamuy," the Ainu word for "bear." In Ainu mythology, bears are incarnations of powerful spirits, and the Arrow missile references the practice of Iomante, where a bear is returned to the spirit world by ritual sacrifice via with arrows. In Golden, ''Golden'', Kamui can evolve further evolve into Kamui-Moshiri, derived from "Kamuy-Mosir," the home of the Ainu gods and spirits.



Naoto's persona, Sukuna-Hikona, is a Japanese god of sake, healing, and hot springs. He is always depicted as being very small, and a close friend of the very tall god Okuninushi. The two worked together to build the nation of Japan and develop the art of medicine. Upon completing Naoto's social link, Sukuna-Hikona evolves into Yamato-Takeru, a prince turned folk hero who wielded the legendary [[PublicDomainArtifact Kusanagi]] sword and whose spirit turned into a great white bird after his death. In Golden, Yamato-Takeru can further evolve into Yamato Sumeragi, an epithet for the emperor of Japan.

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Naoto's persona, Sukuna-Hikona, is a Japanese god of sake, healing, and hot springs. He is always depicted as being very small, and a close friend of the very tall god Okuninushi. The two worked together to build the nation of Japan and develop the art of medicine. Upon completing Naoto's social link, Sukuna-Hikona evolves into Yamato-Takeru, a prince turned folk hero who wielded the legendary [[PublicDomainArtifact Kusanagi]] sword and whose spirit turned into a great white bird after his death. In Golden, ''Golden'', Yamato-Takeru can further evolve into Yamato Sumeragi, an epithet for the [[UsefulNotes/ImperialJapan emperor of Japan.
Japan]].
19th Sep '17 4:41:42 PM Timber
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His persona is Kintoki-Douji, a hero from Japanese folklore who wielded a tomahawk (referenced by the Tomahawk missile), grew up on a mountain, defeated a powerful {{Oni}} known as Shuten-douji, and became a retainer to Minamoto no Yorimitsu, a legendary warrior from the [[UsefulNotes/Fujiware Heian period]]. After completing Teddie's social link, Kintoki-Douji evolves into Kamui, derived from "kamuy," the Ainu word for "bear." In Ainu mythology, bears are incarnations of powerful spirits, and the Arrow missile references the practice of Iomante, where a bear is returned to the spirit world by ritual sacrifice via arrows. In Golden, Kamui can further evolve into Kamui-Moshiri, derived from "Kamuy-Mosir," the home of the Ainu gods and spirits.


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Naoto's persona, Sukuna-Hikona, is a Japanese god of sake, healing, and hot springs. He is always depicted as being very small, and a close friend of the very tall god Okuninushi. The two worked together to build the nation of Japan and develop the art of medicine. Upon completing Naoto's social link, Sukuna-Hikona evolves into Yamato-Takeru, a prince turned folk hero who wielded the legendary [[PublicDomainArtifact Kusanagi]] sword and whose spirit turned into a great white bird after his death. In Golden, Yamato-Takeru can further evolve into Yamato Sumeragi, an epithet for the emperor of Japan.
17th Sep '17 11:23:34 PM emperormasakado
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[[caption-width-right:349:The Investigation Team.[[labelnote:*]]Clockwise from the bottom: [[NewTransferStudent Yu Narukami]], [[ActionGirl Chie Satonaka]], [[YamatoNadeshiko Yukiko Amagi]], [[ClassClown Yosuke Hanamura]], [[IdolSinger Rise Kujikawa]], [[{{Bifauxnen}} Naoto Shirogane]], [[BruiserWithASoftCenter Kanji Tatsumi]] and [[TeamPet Teddie]]. [[/labelnote]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:349:The [[caption-width-right:350:The Investigation Team.[[labelnote:*]]Clockwise from the bottom: [[NewTransferStudent Yu Narukami]], [[ActionGirl Chie Satonaka]], [[YamatoNadeshiko Yukiko Amagi]], [[ClassClown Yosuke Hanamura]], [[IdolSinger Rise Kujikawa]], [[{{Bifauxnen}} Naoto Shirogane]], [[BruiserWithASoftCenter Kanji Tatsumi]] and [[TeamPet Teddie]]. [[/labelnote]]]]



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5th Sep '17 8:21:59 AM SomeoneElse17
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* LostInTranslation: In the original Japanese version, Teddie is known as "Kuma" ([[ADogNamedDog Japanese for "bear"]]) and, in his human form, uses the alias "Kumada". Besides being an actual, common Japanese surname, "Kumada" can be interpreted as meaning "It's kuma", creating two puns. Sadly, the joke was lost with the localized name, and Teddie never uses an alias.

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* LostInTranslation: In the original Japanese version, Teddie is known as "Kuma" ([[ADogNamedDog Japanese for "bear"]]) and, in his human form, uses the alias "Kumada". Besides being an actual, common Japanese surname, "Kumada" can be interpreted as meaning "It's kuma", creating two puns. Sadly, the joke was lost with the localized name, and Teddie never uses an alias.alias (though there is a moment where he is asked who he is and retorts "Duh, Teddie" and is mistaken for saying his name is ''Doug'' Teddie).
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