A character sheet for ''[[VideoGame/{{Persona 2}} Persona 2: Innocent Sin]]'' and its direct follow-up, ''[[VideoGame/{{Persona 2}} Eternal Punishment]]''.

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[[folder: The Heroes]]
!!Tatsuya Suou
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[[caption-width-right:143:Innocent Sin]]
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[[caption-width-right:143:Eternal Punishment]]
->Voiced by: Creator/KeithSilverstein (English [=PSP=] version)

The [[HeroicMime silent protagonist]] of ''Innocent Sin'' and central character of the story. His affinity is with the Sun arcana, with [[PlayingWithFire Vulcanus]] as his starting Persona. For a long time, he and Maya were the only ''Persona'' series protagonists to have canonical names (provided in the games themselves, not spinoff material), until the animated adaptations of ''Persona 3'' and ''Persona 4''.

Tatsuya is a senior at Seven Sisters High School in Sumaru City, [[IneffectualLoner a rather aloof boy]] who doesn't have many friends, often preferring to be by himself and tool around with his treasured motorcycle. During a encounter with Eikichi "Captain Death/Death Boss" Mishina at Sumaru Prison (a live house where Eikichi's band "Gas Chamber" often practices) Tatsuya is attacked by Joker, an [[UrbanLegends urban legend]] who is said to grant the wish of anyone who dials their own cell phone number. He, along with the others, is knocked unconscious and awakens to his own Persona. He later joins forces with Maya and Yukino, an investigative duo from a local magazine who are also looking into the Joker case.

Eventually, Tatsuya realizes that he and the rest of his team [[spoiler:knew each other as children, forming a masked clique nicknamed "The Masked Circle" (Masquerade in the fan translation of the PSX version)]]. This leads him to suspect [[spoiler:Jun Kurosu]], the last remaining member of the clique, as the true identity of Joker. Soon afterward, [[spoiler:Jun is revealed as a puppet of Nyarlathotep, the entity which is manifesting rumors as reality]]. At the conclusion of the game, Tatsuya confronts Nyarlathotep in his domain, and in the ensuing struggle, [[spoiler:Maya is killed, fulfilling Nyarlathotep's prophecy and having everything outside of Sumaru City completely destroyed]].

Faced with a [[{{Dystopia}} dystopian]] future, the group accepts an offer from Philemon to [[LaserGuidedAmnesia erase their memories]] and rewind time. [[spoiler:At the last moment, however, Tatsuya can't bring himself to lose his friends forever and relents. This creates a TemporalParadox wherein [[MergedReality the world is restored]], but Tatsuya retains his memories of the AlternateTimeline (the "Other Side"), allowing Nyarlathotep to repeat the cycle]].

* AnimeHair: A rather odd subversion of the ShonenHair archetype: His hair is sculpted into a helmet shape (possibly from his motorcycle helmet) despite its sheer length. Word of God joked that it's a helmet, and that he slips it off at night.
** It looks like [[Franchise/{{Gundam}} Kamille Bidan's]] do'.
* BadassBiker: Tatsuya's most treasured possession (second to his lighter, of course) is his motorcycle. He wears a red cyclist's jumpsuit in''Eternal Punishment'', the shoes being his only relic from ''Innocent Sin''.
** [[BadassGay Badass Bisexual]]: He's not the only character in the game who fits this trope, just the most overt. Since he's strictly a player character in ''Innocent Sin'', he will pursue whichever gender you choose.
** HeartbrokenBadass: In ''Eternal Punishment'', [[spoiler:it's revealed not only did he care quite deeply for Maya, her horrifying end in ''Innocent Sin'' is why he cares so much, as he doesn't want her to go through all that again, and on some level he loves her QUITE a lot.]]
* BagOfSpilling: Averted, thank Zeus. ''Eternal Punishment''[='s=] Tatsuya joins up at level 50, with his Ultimate Persona Apollo in tow. This is explained in-game as "This Side's" Tatsuya being taken over by a Tatsuya from an alternate dimension.
** OldSaveBonus: If you have completed save data from ''Innocent Sin'', he'll start ''Eternal Punishment'' at the level he was there.
* {{Bishounen}}: Granted, he's still young. Judging by the old photos of the elder Suou and his brother, the Suou clan is known for its dashing, well-groomed male heirs.
* BiTheWay
* BigManOnCampus: A somewhat lethargic one. Tatsuya may be the one character in ''Innocent Sin'' who is genuinely cool, unlike Eikichi and Lisa who get caught out in their pretensions and end up looking foolish. Like Baofu, he enjoys discoursing on "manliness" and how to maintain one's poise in every situation. He is intensely antisocial, however, and tires of being challenged by every wannabe thug from here to Kasugayama High. In short: he leads by example, but never directly.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Inevitable when he starts talking in ''Eternal Punishment'' since he was SilentProtagonist in ''Innocent Sin''.
* CharacterDevelopment: His personality is much more severe in ''Eternal Punishment'', having become a hardened fighter and losing everyone he cared about. The ''Eternal Punishment'' in the title is carried by him alone.
* CluelessChickMagnet: His childhood friend Lisa has been [[ClingyJealousGirl pursuing him]] for ages, much to his discomfort and chagrin.
* CosmicPlaything: Literally, in his case. He and his friends are simply pieces in a chess game, apparently picked at random, between unknowable forces outside of their comprehension.
* CrutchCharacter: In ''Eternal Punishment''. Even moreso than usual, due to the fact that your party can fuse Personas up to the level of the highest-leveled party member, and unless you've been grinding yourself silly, Tatsuya will at very least be 5-10 levels above your next strongest member.
** It's actually even better in regards to the Persona thing. You can actually summon Personas up to five levels higher than your strongest character, so, getting everybody's Ultimate Persona is only a level or two away with Tatsuya.
* DeclarationOfProtection: Towards Maya. It's what causes the most trouble in both games.
** He's also like this to Shiori in his scenario. [[spoiler:So much so that Nyarlathotep mocks him for it.]]
* DestinationHostUnreachable: Of the main characters, Tatsuya is the one hero who is [[spoiler:unable to let go of his memories from ''Innocent Sin'']]. It's this paradox (which Nyarlothotep probably anticipated), which again puts the world in peril.
* DeusAngstMachina: Someone must have stuck an ANGST +100 accessory on him between games. Although given the sheer amount of crap he's put through between games, he has every right to.
* DoubleConsciousness: In ''Eternal Punishment'', he struggles with [[spoiler:two sets of memories, one from the Other Side and the other from this world]]. Negated in the second game's ending, when [[spoiler:he willingly takes away "This Side" Tatsuya's memories of his friends]]. Maya ends up shouldering his burden, hopefully for good.
* DramaticEllipsis: The English localization of '"Eternal Punishment'' is chock full of these. Tatsuya's the greatest offender of all: Almost every line of his dialogue has one.
* EvenTheGuysWantHim: If Jun is any indication.
** Not only Jun, his in-game profile states that he has tons of admirers among the student body, both male and female. He's the school hero whom everyone wants to emulate and be around, in case some of his coolness rubs off.
* ForWantOfANail
* [[ThirdOptionLoveInterest Fourth Option Love Interest]]: Eikichi, I choose '''[[CrowningMomentOfFunny you!!]]'''
* FreakOut: The losses at the end of ''Innocent Sin'' were simply too much to bear.
* GrandTheftMe: ''Eternal Punishment'' reveals that the Tatsuya from ''Innocent Sin'' is actually controlling the body of the Tatsuya of ''Eternal Punishment'', but retains the memories of both Tatsuyas.
* HelloInsertNameHere: Although "Tatsuya" is his canonical name, the player is given a choice of naming him.
* TheHero
** HurtingHero: Tatsuya begins ''Eternal Punishment'' wracked with guilt over his selfish mistake. His only aim is to "atone" for it by saving the world again, this time without ''any'' help from his friends. Tall order.
* HeroesPreferSwords: Played straight in ''Innocent Sin'', since he's both the protagonist and the only character who can use swords (and his only weapons are swords). In ''Eternal Punishment'', Kei and Eriko can also wield swords, which ties into their hero roles from ''Persona'' 1.
* HeroicMime: In the first game, and even than only as far as written dialogue is concerned. He has just as many ''voiced'' lines as anyone in battle.
* HiddenDepths: A [[TheStoic stoic]] badass that appears quite BookDumb, who's best subjects are Physical Education and... English.
* HisStoryRepeatsItself.
* IWorkAlone
* IfItsYouItsOkay: Tatsuya and Jun hint at this.
* IneffectualLoner
* JapaneseDelinquents
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: [[spoiler:His fate at the end of ''Eternal Punishment''. In his case, though, it's a blessing]].
* LawOfChromaticSuperiority: A red cycling suit, which he wears in the sequel.
* LoveHurts: Tatsuya spent much of his life avoiding bonding with anyone, and when he finally did, his friends were horribly ripped away from him. This is inverted in ''Eternal Punishment'': Maya has the option of insisting on following the "Other Side" Tatsuya back to his world. Tatsuya simply returns her kiss, then knocks her unconscious, telling her friends to look after her. Afterward, Maya is forced to look on the Suou family from afar.
* MarkOfTheBeast: Before the start of ''Eternal Punishment'', Nyarlathotep brands his arm with a symbol as a reminder of what will happen if his friends regain their memories.
* MrExposition: In the second game.
* MustMakeAmends
* MyGreatestSecondChance: It's too late to save his world, but Tatsuya can still prevent "This Side" from falling to Nyarlathotep.
* MysteriousProtector: To Maya in the sequel. Hence "Deja Vu" Boy; the strange person who turns up everywhere.
* NotSoStoic: See the FreakOut entry.
* NumberOneDime: Tatsuya always carries a Zippo lighter and can be seen flicking open and shut during whenever he's [[IdleAnimation idle]]. The inscription reads, "The most important things can't be seen with the eyes", a quote from Jun's favorite book ''The Little Prince''. The lighter is a memento of Jun's late father. In exchange, Tatsuya gave Jun a wristwatch which belonged to his own father. The flame motif is befitting of Vulcanus and Apollo (both of them fire elementals), which are Personas exclusive to Tatsuya. Jun's own Persona is Chronus--the god of Time--and represented by his watch.
* OneHeadTaller: Between him and Jun, Tatsuya's the tall one. Actually, he's the [[TallDarkAndHandsome second-tallest]] of everyone in the group, Eikichi being the absolute tallest by almost two inches.
* RippleEffectProofMemory: By the end of ''Innocent Sin'', he's [[spoiler:literally the only person on Earth who recalls what happened]].
* ScarsAreForever: He has a knife wound on his back from when King Leo attacked him as a child. Tatsuya got him back, though.
* SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong
* SpotlightStealingSquad: In ''Eternal Punishment'' he gradually starts taking the spotlight from Maya, and by the end the game is really more so about him than it is the rest of the cast.
* TheStoic: He's not cold-hearted, just shy and requires ''tons'' of personal space. He was a lot more outgoing and talkative as a kid.
* SuddenlyVoiced: In ''Eternal Punishment'', courtesy of Maya taking up his position as the obligatory HeroicMime.
* ThisIsSomethingHesGotToDoHimself: Repeatedly tries and fails to get Maya to drop the JOKER story.
** Not to mention in ''Innocent Sin'', this is necessary in order to allow the other party members to gain their Prime Personas.
* ThreeAmigos: Tatsuya, Lisa, and Eikichi (and [[SixthRanger Jun]] makes four, adding Maya makes a FiveManBand).
* TimeStandsStill: When he performs Nova Kaiser[[note]]Nova Cyther prior to the PSP release[[/note]] with Apollo.
* TroubledButCute: Despite (or because of?) his standoffish personality, he's considered "cool" by the other students at Sevens and has cultivated a female (and male) following. Most of his reputation seems to draw from his owning a motorcycle; "This Side" Tatsuya comes across as a shy kid, unable to have a frank discussion even with his brother.
* UniversalDriversLicense: Submarines? MiniMecha? '''[[ImprobablePilotingSkills Zeppelins]]?''' Not a problem.
** This is actually lampshaded by Katsuya, who protests that Tatsuya [[AreYouSureYouCanDriveThisThing isn't licensed to drive a car]], much less a robot.
* VictoriousChildhoodFriend: Has his choice between Lisa, Maya, or even Jun.
* ZenSurvivor: He starts out like this in ''Eternal Punishment''. Expect plenty of [[CrypticConversation cryptic clues]] and "I Work Alone."

!!Maya Amano
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Maya Amano is a journalist for Kismet Publishing, writing for the teen magazine ''Coolest''. Upon hearing rumors regarding a wish granting genie called Joker, Maya decides to investigate. The trail leads both Maya and her photographer/friend Yukino to Seven Sisters High, during which she meets Tatsuya Suou and the others, setting the stage for ''Innocent Sin''. Maya's Tarot arcana is Moon and her starting Persona is [[AnIcePerson Maia]].

Maya oftentimes finds herself taking a leadership role within the group, despite not being the protagonist. In Mt. Iwato, it is revealed that Maya [[spoiler:once knew the four teens as children. The group played together while wearing {{Sentai}}, dubbing themselves as "The Masked Circle", with Maya as the eldest of them all. Maya was later imprisoned inside the Alaya Shrine by Eikichi, Lisa, and Jun, all upset over the news that she had to move and tried to keep her with them. Tatsuya was opposed to this idea, so they locked him in with her. It was only supposed to be for the night so she wouldn't move, but the deranged Tatsuya Sudou set the shrine ablaze, and Maya was rescued by Tatsuya when his Persona suddenly manifested when he tried to fight Sudou off]]. At the conclusion of the game, [[spoiler:Maya is fatally impaled by the Spear Of Longinus, fulfilling Nyarlathotep's dark prophecy and destroying the Earth. Philemon negates her death by rewinding time, giving Tatsuya an opportunity to avert these events]].

Though she has forgotten the events of the previous game at the start of ''Eternal Punishment'', a chance meeting with Tatsuya Suou on the way to work stirs up feelings of deja vu in Maya. The feelings of familiarity intensify after she witnesses the JOKER unleashing demons inside Seven Sisters High. Tatsuya hands her a Sevens School Emblem and asks her to spread the rumor that it keeps the Joker away, and that she should try to forget about this incident for her own good. However, Maya chooses to press on, burning the emblem and going against his warning. Along with Ulala Serizawa, Katsuya Suou, and Baofu, she delves deeper into a convoluted series of events that she eventually realizes are those that parallel what she has experienced before in an alternate reality, and all just to sate her nagging curiosity over the "Deja Vu Boy".

* ApologeticAttacker: Occasionally gives a mournful apology to the demons she just killed.
* AcheyScars / AllergicToEvil: The scar on her abdomen which aches whenever JOKER is near.
* BadassAdorable
* BarrierMaiden: The Oracle of Maia prophecy holds that a "Mayan maiden" will be [[spoiler:ritually sacrificed to bring about the end of the world]]. This indeed happens when Maya is [[spoiler:impaled with the Spear of Longinus]].
* [[spoiler:BloodFromTheMouth]]: Undone by the first game's [[spoiler:EndOfTheWorldSpecial]].
* CaptainCrash: WordOfGod indicates that Ulala [[DrivesLikeCrazy never rides in the car whenever Maya drives]]. It's not helped in game by the fact that she keeps trying to drive vehicles she's not qualified to drive, like a blimp or a watercraft.
* {{Catchphrase}}: Ciao!♥ or "It's whoopass time!"
* TheChick
* CoolBigSis: Unbeknown to any of them, [[spoiler:Tatsuya, Lisa, and Eikichi previously knew Maya from childhood. Even as kids, she assumed this role over the group]].
* DeceasedParentsAreTheBest: Maya's father, Masataka Amano, was a war correspondent who was killed in action. We never see her mother.
* [[spoiler:DiedInYourArmsTonight]]
* DrivesLikeCrazy
* FeminineWomenCanCook: Hates cooking almost as much she does cleaning.
* ForHappiness
* GirlsLoveStuffedAnimals: Mr. Bunbun, her precious keepsake.
* GratuitousEnglish: LET'S POSITIVE THINKING!
* GunsAkimbo: With a different justification in both ''Innocent Sin'' and ''Eternal Punishment''.
* TheHeart: What the heck, she's already got two of them on her jacket.
* HeroicMime: Downgraded to this trope in ''Eternal Punishment''.
* IHaveBoobsYouMustObey: One of her Contact options.
* IncorruptiblePurePureness
* [[spoiler:ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice]]
* InSeriesNickname: Makki (Fujii's pet name), Ma-ya (Ulala), [[spoiler:Big Sis]].
* IntrepidReporter: In her [[EstablishingCharacterMoment introductory scene]], Maya literally introduces herself as this.
* {{Leitmotif}}: Two (eponymous) theme songs, the remix of which was included in ''Persona 3''. [[DarkReprise Darkly Reprised]] in ''Innocent Sin's'' finale.
** The DarkReprise also shares similarities to a song earlier in the game, the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QO7qIxtWR6g& Bomb]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6NdU2Xjqic& Shelter's music]]. (Possible spoilers in the related videos!)
* MarriedToTheJob: It is implied that Masataka's absence has discouraged Maya from juggling work and relationships.
* MeaningfulName: Maya means "illusion" in Hinduism and Sikhism, and her primary tarot association is The Moon, which also represents illusion. She has been shown to be [[HurtingHero hurting more]] [[StepfordSmiler than she lets on]].
** This is brought up in Tatsuya's scenario in the PSP remake of Eternal Punishment. Sakya mentions that she shares her name with his mother, the Mother Goddess Maya.
* MinidressOfPower
* NegatedMomentOfAwesome: Launching the zeppelin from the Sky Museum's roof seconds before the building explodes... only to then crash it into the ocean.
* OddFriendship: Maya and Ulala. Their Contact option is even described as "Best Friends?" [[spoiler:until defeating Ulala as a boss.]]
* PinkMeansFeminine: Her guns!
* PluckyGirl: All together now: "Let's think postive!"
* [[spoiler:PlotlineDeath: Justified in that she was gored by ''the Spear of Longinus'', and thus her blood will keep flowing no matter what]].
* PollyAnna: Her optimism and refusal to give up saves the group more than once.
* PreAssKickingOneLiner: "It's whoop-ass time!"
* PunctuatedForEmphasis: Has a chance of doing this when you flee from a battle in ''Eternal Punishment'':
-->"See - you - next - time!"
* RuleOfSexy: Interesting, erm... business attire.
* SailorFuku: Young Maya wears this in flashbacks.
* ScrewDestiny: In a defiantly-[[{{Kawaiiko}} kawaii]] example of this trope, Maya cheerfully burns her Seven Sisters emblem, which serves as a ward against the JOKER.
* SupportingProtagonist: In ''Eternal Punishment'', while she's the main character, the game is more so about Tatsuya.
* TeamMom
* [[spoiler:TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth]]
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Canned crab. Her entire fridge is loaded with it.
* TrashOfTheTitans: Maya's apartment.
* [[BettyAndVeronica The Veronica]]: To Lisa's Betty.
* UniversalDriversLicense: Subverted. She THINKS she's got enough skill to have one.
* WhenSheSmiles: In ''Innocent Sin,'' there's a scene of this in the Bomb Shelter. Maya showed Tatsuya her Mr. Bunbun charm, and he cracks a smile at it. She proceeds to comment that it's the first time she's ever seen him smile and that he's pretty cute when he does. Leads right to a LuminescentBlush, which in turn triggers Maya's teasing contact command with him, where she ''tries'' to make him blush.
** Heck, that can almost be a subversion, since the focus is on the blush, not the smile.
* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have To Be Fire?]]: She has pyrophobia, thanks to [[spoiler:nearly dying at the shrine thanks to Tatsuya Sudou's arson.]] To gain her Prime Persona, you need to let her overcome this.
* WomenDrivers: Maya thinks her driving license is universal and applies to [[spoiler:blimps and boats]]. Yukino warns the group not to let her drive a thing. Several scenes later, cue Maya driving a non-car vehicle...
--> '''Lisa & Eikichi''': [[SideBet CALLED IT!!!]]

!!Lisa Silverman
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Lisa "Ginko" Silverman is a popular girl at Seven Sisters High School. Despite her [[ButNotTooForeign Caucasian lineage]], she was born and raised in Japan and does not know any English, but she has a habit of lacing her native Japanese with some Chinese words, imitating action stars such as BruceLee. Lisa's Tarot arcana is Lovers, while her starting Persona is [[DishingOutDirt Eros]]. She is one of the more popular girls at Seven Sisters High School, and harbors a crush for Tatsuya. However, she and Kasugayama High School leader Eikichi Mishina have a confrontational relationship akin to that of Kei Nanjou and Masao Inaba from the first ''Persona''.

Lisa was the top candidate for Miss Sevens, a beauty pageant/popularity contest held at Seven Sisters High School. Most people assumed she spoke English. Lisa and her two friends Asacchi and Meepo were selected to be in the idol group MUSES, created from a rumor. The song that MUSES sings, with Lisa as the lead vocalist, encourages people to call Joker to solve their problems. She then recites a piece from the Oracle of Maia, which foretold events leading up to the end of the world.

* AccidentalMisnaming: In a [[VolleyingInsults fit of anger]], Eikchi bestows upon her the nickname "[[MeaningfulName Ginko]]". "Gin" means silver in Japanese, and taken from her last name. "-ko" is a common Japanese name suffix for females. Much to Lisa's chagrin, the name pretty much stuck. However, she is able to counter Eikichi by giving him the pejorative moniker "Captain Underwear"/"Undie Boss".
* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: Teased as a little girl for her blonde hair and blue eyes.
* AmbiguouslyJewish: Her last name is decidedly Jewish, but given how she was raised she mostly likely doesn't identify as a Jew if she is one.
* AmazinglyEmbarrassingParents: Her mother, who renamed herself Akiko, behaves like a YamatoNadeshiko despite being American. Her father is a StevenSeagal expy who lives in a traditionalist Japanese house, practices aikido, and wears a yukata constantly. He works as a director of a foreign trading company; ironically, his job requires him to wear a three-piece suit and speak English.
* [[BettyAndVeronica The Betty]]: To Maya's Veronica.
* TheBigGuy
* BreakTheCutie: [[spoiler:When confronted by her [[EvilTwin Shadow]], it's revealed that Lisa dates older men for money and experiments with drugs]].
* ButNotTooForeign
* ClingyJealousGirl: Her disconcertingly single-minded pursuit of Tatsuya. If Tatsuya shows affection toward Maya or Jun, instead, Lisa immediately runs over to Eikichi and decks him, with her Shadow turning it up to 11.
* DarkSecret: It's a little vague, but Lisa may have participated in [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enjo_k%C5%8Dsai enjo kosai]]. Her Shadow intimates that Lisa's had a few sugar daddies, and tried drugs in the past.
* GirlPosse: Asacchi and Miipo, her eventual in MUSES bandmates in MUSES. They're not really friends; Lisa is distrustful of them and treats them like hangers-on.
** However, she is genuinely upset at [[spoiler:them losing their identity to JOKER and becomes a true friend for them in the "other world".]]
* GratuitousForeignLanguage: A haphazard use of Cantonese, often saying "Aiya!" and other Chinese expressions.
* HiddenDepths
* IdolSinger: Lisa gets roped into a FakeBand thanks to a rumor.
* PeerPressureMakesYouEvil: Averted in ''Innocent Sin'', when she rejects joining the Masked Circle despite peer pressure from her friends. [[spoiler:Little does she know...]]
* PowerFist
* RebelliousPrincess: Her Japanophile father raised her to be a [[YamatoNadeshiko traditional Japanese girl]]. Lisa wants none of it. In a swift deconstruction of the trope, her shadow busts her on this.
---> '''Shadow Lisa''': You try too hard to rebel against your parents! You know it, and you hate yourself for it!
* {{Sexophone}}: One of the things her "Tempt" contact inherits from Yuka Ayase's.
* ShapedLikeItself: Oh sure, give a girl named Silverman a nickname that's Ginko.
* ShowSomeLeg: One of her Contact options.
* SpoiledSweet
* StephanieSheh: In the 2011 PSP version port.
* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: Subverted: To her exasperation, everyone expects blonde-haired American Lisa Silverman to speak perfect English, but because she was raised in Japan by {{Otaku}} parents wishing for her to be a YamatoNadeshiko, she hardly knows any.
* TokenMinority
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Eikichi. Both have derisive nicknames for each other, they can't be in the same room together without launching into VolleyingInsults, and Lisa frequently runs over and decks Eikichi whenever she's upset -- regardless of whether he's responsible. However, when Lisa is revealed to have fallen into the unsavory hands of Prince Taurus, Eikichi states that they better go find them -- before Lisa [[HiddenBadass murders him]].
* ZettaiRyouiki

!!Eikichi Mishina
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Eikichi Mishina is a very flamboyant student of Kasugayama High, the rival school of Seven Sisters High School. His Tarot arcana is Death, and his starting Persona is [[MakingASplash Rhadamanthus]]. At a young age, Eikichi was overweight and frequently bullied. After a thug pulled down Eikichi's pants in front of his childhood crush Miyabi Hanakouji, he underwent a radical image makeover, losing weight and training to beat up anyone who mocked him. Due to Eikichi's early discovery of his Persona powers, he practically rules the school as its "leader", known by many as (fittingly) Captain Death/Death Boss.

Eikichi understood the nature of his Persona long before Tatsuya and Lisa did. Like Maya and Eriko, he misunderstood the phenomenon and dubbed his Persona a [[GrimReaper "Spirit of Death"]], which he used to punish anyone who challenged him. Eikichi is also the lead singer of a VisualKei band called [[FakeBand Gas Chamber]], whose logo he wears on his armband. He wears a modified version of Kasugayama High's blue uniform, with a tunic over his pants.

* AgentPeacock: It is I, the beautiful magical Michel! Now eat lead.
* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Subverted. When Sugimoto brands himself the "Chief" and spreads a rumor that he's [[ExactWords stronger than Captain Death]], [[CurseEscapeClause Eikichi simply rescinds his own title.]] [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown Commence beating]].
* {{Badass}}: Became one on purpose to avoid being seen as a wimp.
** TakeALevelInBadass: Does this both in his backstory and in the game itself.
* BerserkButton: Do not call him "[[TheyCallMeMisterTibbs Undie Boss]]".
** Or (PSX) Underpants Leader. (CaptainUnderpants is taken.)
* BoisterousBruiser
* BruiserWithASoftCenter: Though outwardly self-centered and cocky, Eikichi takes his role as the school leader very seriously, and actively looks out for the welfare of his friends and classmates. He even breaks into a high-security lab to save ''Sugimoto'', of all people.
* BullyHunter: Has never forgotten his torments as a kid, and has made it his mission to strike fear in bullies' hearts.
* ClarkKenting: According to Word of God, Eikichi's dad would throw a fit if he saw Eikichi's getup. So, Eikichi sneaks out of his house every morning, goes to a public restroom, dyes his hair blue, puts on his makeup and jewelry, and then goes to school. On the way home, he reverses the process(!), and Kankichi Michina is apparently oblivious to his son's transformations.
* DarkIsNotEvil: His Tarot arcana is Death, after all. Also, his first impression is that of a self-centered {{Jerkass}} when [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold actually...]]
* DoesNotLikeSpam: The son of a sushi chef -- and he hates sushi.
* DreadfulMusician: Nobody in his band can play instruments. Eikichi believes they will achieve fame through his vocals alone.
** According to the TV station ''Who's Who'' in ''Persona 3'', Eikichi wound up training to take over the sushi shop, so apparently that plan didn't take off.
** However ''Who's Who'' also mention that he's a band leader along with being a sushi chef.
* [[GratuitousEnglish Gratuitous Engrish]]: "HELLO, BABY", "OHKEI EBURIBODY", "MAI SUITO SUITO HANIIS", "MAI FURENZU", among many others.
** It's surprising that it isn't a [[MemeticMutation full-blooded meme]].
* HotBlooded
* IAmTheBand: His original bandmates don't even merit profile pics. (Well, ''one'' of them does).
* IdiotHero: Behaves like he's on-stage ''all the time''.
* InsistentTerminology: Prefers to be referred to by his stage name, [[GenderBlenderName Michel]]. But you can call him "[[TryToFitThatOnABusinessCard beautiful awesome Master Michel]]."
* InstrumentOfMurder: Fights with a machine gun of some kind hidden in his guitar case.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: [[HiddenDepths Ohhhhhh yes]].
* TheLancer
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall / WhoWritesThisCrap:
--> "We ain't in some kinda video game, are we? It ''is'' gonna be the 21st century, right? Come on, "[[WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld high school kids fight with the fate of the world hanging in the balance]]"?" (PSX fan translation)
--> "This ain't a video game, you know? We're nearly into the 21st century here. Why are high schoolers fighting to save the world?" (PSP translation)
* ManInAKilt
* MulticoloredHair: He looks like a kitchen match.
* {{Narcissist}}: Constantly looking at his hand mirror and praising his own reflection.
* NonuniformUniform: School dress code don't say nuthin' 'bout kilts!
* OnlySaneMan: Compared to the [[FreudianExcuse rest]] [[StepfordSmiler of]] [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds the]] [[DysfunctionJunction cast]], his issues are pretty normal.
** His "problems" can be summarized as: ''Oh no! I used to be fat!'' '''[[TookALevelInBadass NOW I'M A BADASS!]]''' [[spoiler:Also, I'm scared of my dad not approving of my Visual Kei band.]]
* PluckyComicRelief
* TheRockStar
* SaveTheVillain: Eikichi breaks into Guido's lab and risks his life to save Sugimoto, all because Eikichi is the school's "Boss" and he feels it's his duty to look out for his classmates, even the ones who want to kill him.
* SenselessViolins: His weapon? A [[GatlingGood gatling gun]] concealed within a guitar case.
* SensoryAbuse: Eikichi's laughably-bad synth song, "Luv Beam". Though to be honest, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pi5dSZZIYQA the actual CD version]] is [[{{Earworm}} really catchy]].
* SpikyHair
* SummonBackupDancers: In his Contact option "Death By Song", Eikichi busts out a mic, summoning both Tatsuya ''and'' Jun to play backup.
* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: Played absolutely, painfully straight with Eikichi, who demonstrates this many times in facepalm-evoking ways.
-->'''Maya''': Hm...there's something fishy going on�
-->'''Eikichi''': It's not a lie, babes! [[WhatAnIdiot I'm not looking for the principal of Sevens, nor was I stepped on by the Joker!]]
-->'''Maya''': [[CaptainObvious You know something about the Joker, don't you?!]]
* ThisIsMySide: Another of his Contact options.
* TookALevelInBadAss: Eikichi takes every measure to erase his original persona as a chubby, shy loser.
* TroyBaker: In the 2011 PSP version port.
** Combined with his Japanese voice being KosukeToriumi, it means that Eikichi shares both voices with [[VideoGame/TalesOfVesperia Yuri Lowell]]
* WellDoneSonGuy: Lives in mortal fear of his traditionalist father seeing him wearing makeup.

!!Jun Kurosu /Kashihara
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Jun is a loner student at Kasugayama High School. He used to attend Seven Sisters, the school where his father teaches World History. When Jun awakened to his Persona, [[BullyingADragon he used it to injure some kids who were bullying him]], and was soon transferred to Kasugayama High School. Jun's Tarot arcana is Fortune, and his starting Persona is [[BlowYouAway Hermes]] / [[spoiler:Nyarlathotep]]. As a child, Jun exchanged mementos with a young Tatsuya Suou, who was his playmate at the Alaya Shrine. Jun gave him an engraved zippo lighter, while Tatsuya presented Jun with his father's silver wristwatch.

His mother, Junko Kurosu, is a selfish actress who cared more about revitalizing her career than taking care of her family. Jun's father, Akinari Kashihara, died before the game begins. Junko spread rumors of her husband being a deadbeat parent, leading to a widespread belief that Kashihara was a dangerous crackpot. Following his father's death, Jun adopted his mother's maiden name, Kurosu.

Jun ran away from his mother's house at the age of seventeen and began to manipulate rumours in order to [[spoiler:become the Joker; once he did, he acted under direct guidance from Nyarlathotep, who played on his traumatic memories of watching Maya get locked inside in the burning Alaya Shrine. Unaware that Maya survived the fire, he grew to resent his former playmates, whom he blamed for letting his surrogate mother Maya die. He is rescued from this state by Tatsuya Suou and the rest of the party, from then on working with them to undo the damage he did as Joker]].

In ''Eternal Punishment'', Jun's father is alive, and his family life is more tranquil. Jun is lured to the Sky Museum by King Leo, hoping to jog Jun's memories of the Other Side. Jun unwittingly works against Leo by helping Maya's party to rescue the schoolchildren who were having their field trip there.

* TheAtoner
* AttractiveBentGender: His official profile states that [[{{Crossdresser}} crossdressing]] is one of his talents, to the point where he looks better in a dress than most girls, and his group demon negotiation contract with Lisa involves her jumping him and putting makeup on him... and then getting depressed over how much prettier he is then her.
* {{Badass}}
** BadassBookworm
** CulturedBadass: This guys kicks ass with [[SomethingAboutARose flowers]].
** FourStarBadass: [[spoiler:As leader of the Masked Circle, which he orders to face down The Last Battalion in ''Innocent Sin'']].
* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: For years, [[spoiler:Nyarlathotep has impersonated the dead Akinari Kashihara]], having assumed all the ideal characteristics Jun wished for in a father.
* BestServedCold: [[spoiler:Jun crafted his Joker identity in order to wreak revenge on Tatsuya, Lisa, and Eikichi, whom he blames for Maya Amano's "death"]].
* BewareTheNiceOnes
* {{Bishonen}}
* BullyingADragon: Jun is quite intelligent, but was shipped off to Kasaguyama High School for delinquents. Why? His Persona maimed everyone who ever dared to bully him.
* CaptainErsatz: He seems to be based on Simone Verdricci, from ''SuikodenII'', because they use the same weapon (Throwing Flower). Also somewhat reminiscent of Kurama from Yu Yu Hakusho, as an effeminate pretty boy who uses flowers as weapons.
* ChangingClothesIsAFreeAction: [[spoiler:The Joker]] is like a Persona; he can summon his costume on command, rather than ducking into a room to change.
* ClosetKey: To Tatsuya, of course. Jun looks and acts as if he's never ''seen'' a closet, much less been in one.
* [[spoiler:DarkMessiah]]
* DefeatMeansPlayable
* [[spoiler:DiscOneFinalBoss]]
* EasilyForgiven
* [[spoiler:EnemyMime]]
* FlowerMotifs: Jun is fluent in Hanakotoba, or "flower language". [[spoiler:As Joker, the flowers become his CallingCard]].
* ForgottenFriendNewFoe
* FreudianExcuse: His mother Junko basically abandoned him after her husband's death and chased after a bunch of younger boyfriends, so Jun became a latchkey kid.
* GayOption: To Tatsuya. It doesn't makes any great changes in the storyline, but gives them a group contact together.
* HeelFaceTurn
* [[spoiler:HopelessBossFight]]: The first time, anyways.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: Better not laugh at someone who can send your ass to the cleaners with a daisy.
* MoreThanMindControl
* NomDeMom
* NumberOneDime: A watch given to him by Tatsuya when they were children. In exchange, Jun traded his Zippo lighter.
* OneWingedAngel: Defeating him the first time causes Jun to be [[spoiler:possessed by Nyarlathotep, becoming the Angel Joker]].
* ParentalAbandonment / ParentalNeglect: See "Freudian Excuse".
* PeekABangs
* [[spoiler:SignificantDoubleCasting: He shares his VA with Joker for a reason.]]
* SingleTargetSexuality: Although he is indeed effeminate in both his appearance and personal hobbies, it is somewhat implied that he is this towards Tatsuya rather than being outright homosexual, because Tatsuya was the only one who cared for him in his past while everyone else ignored or hated him, at least until he met the rest of the protagonists.
* SixthRanger
* TheSmartGuy
* SomethingAboutARose: Wears a yellow flower in his lapel pocket.
* [[spoiler:UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans]]
* [[spoiler:VoiceOfTheLegion: Joker in ''Innocent Sin'' fits this the first time he is voiced. However, this may also be a way to hide his actual gender, as for a somewhat solid portion of the plot, Lisa (and later the other characters for a few minutes) believe that Joker is the little girl they left to die ten years ago. It's worth noting that this is dropped by the time you actually fight him, since the party already knows who he is by then.]]

!!Yukino Mayuzumi
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Yukino is a returning playable character from [[VideoGame/{{Persona}} the first]] ''Persona''. In ''Innocent Sin'', she is once again playable, working as a freelance photographer under Shunsuke Fujii (who she has had a crush on for a long while), and is close friends with teen magazine journalist Maya Amano. Yukino's Tarot arcana is Empress, while her starting Persona is [[PlayingWithFire Vesta]]. She is later replaced by Jun, though her ultimate fate is dependent on the player's actions.

In ''Eternal Punishment'', Yukino is downgraded to a supporting character. She assists in Maya's current assignment by getting in touch with her former teacher Saeko Takami, who now works at Seven Sisters High School. Yukino will rejoin the rest of her former classmates later in the game, fighting off the New World Order soldiers that are trying to take over the city.

* AllLoveIsUnrequited: Harbors an unspoken crush on her mentor, Fujii Shunsuke.
* {{Badass}}
** BackToBackBadasses: With Anna in both scenarios. There are two ways this can go down: Yukino succeeds in pulling Anna back from the brink, and the pair of them set off to fight Nazis with the other St. Hermelin grads; or, in the 'Bad' story path, Anna is shown battling alongside Shadow Yukino at Caracol, and you must fight them.
** RetiredBadass: Former gang kid, so she was badass in a different way before being a good guy, as pointed out from the first game. Becomes a straighter example of this in ''Eternal Punishment'', in which she becomes a minor character.
* BareYourMidriff
* CameraFiend
* CoolBigSis: Functions more like this than her former role as TeamMom in the first game, though she is a rather DeadpanSnarker version of this.
* DangerouslyCloseShave: Her weapon of choice (It makes more sense if you've played the first game).
* DemotedToExtra: In ''Eternal Punishment''[[spoiler:, but considering what she went through in ''Innocent Sin'', this is arguably a blessing.]]
* [[OedipusComplex Elektra Complex]]: She's got daddy issues, just like everybody else in ''Innocent Sin''.
* [[spoiler:EmptyShell: If you choose not to take Yukino with you, her Shadow commits suicide with Anna and ends with Nyarlathotep taking Yukino's ego into the abyss.]]
* GuestStarPartyMember: [[spoiler:Not exactly "guest star", because she leaves the party only after 2/3 of the game.]]
* HeroicBSOD: [[spoiler:Yukino, after her boss/mentor Fujii dies during the Nazi invasion. If you choose not to take Yukino with you, it leads to her becoming a EmptyShell]].
* NiceHat
* [[NiceGuy Nice Girl]]
* PrecisionFStrike: Against a Longinus that belittled Fujii.
-->''The hell did you just say? '''YOU PIECE OF SHIT!!!!'''''
* {{Tomboy}}: She tries to play it down in Fujii's presence.
* ToughLove: [[CoolBigSis Even when she talks to demons she gives them this treatment]].
* YouRemindMeOfX: Yukino sees something of herself in Anna Yoshizaka, a delinquent at the StartOfDarkness.

!!Katsuya Suou
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Katsuya Suou is a Detective of the Kounan Police Department. His current rank is Sergeant of the Homicide Division. His Tarot arcana is Justice, and his starting Persona is [[PlayingWithFire Helios]]. Katsuya is very straight-laced, even in the face of paranormal activity (he often wonders aloud whether the penal code can apply to demons). Katsuya cares a great deal for his brother, and gets depressed very easily if Tatsuya spurns his help. After a confrontation with the JOKER at Seven Sisters High School, Katsuya invites Maya and her friend Ulala to join him in his investigation so he can ensure their safety.

* {{Adorkable}}: He's a cop who wonders if the penal code applies to demons, and ''he will even interrogate them as a contact option!''
* AgentScully
* AloofBigBrother: In ''Innocent Sin'', Tatsuya's big brother Katsuya appears to be a cold-hearted jerk preoccupied with his job. However, ''Eternal Punishment'' subverts this showing us that from Katsuya's point of view he's trying his best to be a good brother, and Tatsuya is the one causing the problems.
* BadassBaritone: In the Japanese version.
* ByTheBookCop: Believes very much in the letter of the law, which is why he and Baofu don't get along. He even verges into LawfulStupid at times (Dude tries to read ''demons'' their rights!).
* CannotSpitItOut: He also has a ''huge'' crush on [[spoiler:Maya Amano]], and because he's got a crippling case of this, he calls her [[spoiler:Ms. Amano]], even towards the end of the game.
-->"You're a strong woman. Don't let anyone tell you different."
* TheCaretaker: Katsuya assumed this role with Tatsuya after their father was disgraced.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Due to the different PointOfView between the games. He's a jerk from Tatsuya's perspective, but from Maya's perspective he's stressed out due to Tatsuya's petulant behaviour.
* CluelessChickMagnet: Katsuya is ''very'' popular amongst the female officers, but is totally oblivious to it. He's similar to his brother in that respect. In an NPC conversation, it's revealed he was given a cake in St. Valentine's Day. He wound offering professional advice on the taste to the poor woman, and ''not even knowing why he was given the cake, since it's not his birthday''.
* TheComicallySerious: He ponders whether the penal code applies to demons.
* CoolLoser
* CoolShades
* {{Determinator}}: This man has sworn to put an end to the JOKER case, and he doesn't let corruption or superpowered beings stand in his way. Several characters in the games, the villains included, lampshade his zeal.
* GoodCopBadCop: Katsuya and Baofu's Contact option.
* FairCop
* FanservicePack: He looks like a hardassed, somewhat unattractive version of himself in ''Innocent Sin'', though since he's seen from Tatsuya's POV, this is Tatsuya's perception of him. ''Eternal Punishment'' pretties him up slightly by virtue of seeing him via Maya's POV.
* FiringOneHanded
* HonorBeforeReason: When plausible, he would rather save even dangerous criminals so they can be tried in court than leave them to die.
* HotbloodedSideburns
* KindheartedCatLover: Katsuya turns into a big softie over cats, [[RealMenWearPink which he finds cute]]. He's even pleased his initial Persona manifests as a cat. Unfortunately, cats also seem to give him allergies.
* ICouldaBeenAContender: He only became a police officer because it was expected of him. His secret dream was to be a [[RealMenWearPink pastry chef]].
** That's "[[InsistentTerminology patissier]]".
* HollywoodDateless: Word of God says he's hopeless with the opposite sex, despite being adored by the women in his precinct. (He's [[CluelessChickMagnet similar to his brother]] in that regard).
* LawfulStupid: Mostly played for laughs. He gets upset when you try to drive a mech without a license or [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking jump fare]]!
* MilitarySalute: Is the only one to salute back to [[spoiler:Lieutenant General Zula]] in the PSP remake of ''Eternal Punishment''. [[KindHeartedCatLover Easy to figure out why.]]
* MustHaveCaffeine: Remarks on having drunk a lot of coffee.
* NiceGuy: Basically, he's an asshole in ''Innocent Sin'' because you're seeing him the way Tatsuya sees him.
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Rose-tinted sunglasses, bowl haircut, and a silk suit? Looks [[Music/TheBeatles oddly familiar]]...
* NotSoDifferent: A scene in ''Eternal Punishment'', wherein Katsuya and Baofu are forced to run through a really hot tunnel. [[CrowningMomentOfFunny They are both worried about their shades melting.]]
* PetTheDog: Katsuya isn't quite as nice and understanding in the first game. There are, however, [=NPCs=] giving second-hand accounts of Katsuya showing his true colors when you're not around. Once Tatsuya & co. become wanted criminals, you hear that Katsuya is hanging up wanted posters of a person whose face resembles his own, and he looks very sad. But when Katsuya hears the opposing rumor, that Tatsuya & co. are heroes who rescued schoolchildren, you hear that his "face lit up like never before."
* PerpSweating: His Contact option. Made even funnier by the fact he's interrogating demons.
* RealMenWearPink: Doesn't have a problem taking tips from women's fashion, such as wearing makeup or trimming his eyebrows. He's also fond of baking and housewife shows, and likes to play with cats because they're cute even though he's allergic to them.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure
* {{Resenter}}: He's angry because he threw away his own dreams to raise Tatsuya.
* SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan: The sensitive guy to Baofu's manly man.
* SharpDressedMan
* SmartPeopleWearGlasses: Wore specs even as a student, so they're not just for show.
* TheLancer
* TheSmartGuy
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: With Baofu. Katsuya would rather toss him in the slammer, while Baofu in turn considers Katsuya to be an irritant and a wimp.
* TellMeAboutMyFather: His final exchange with Captain Togashi.
* ToBeLawfulOrGood: After he refuses to associate with his [[PoliceAreUseless corrupt department]] any longer.

!!Ulala Serizawa
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Ulala Serizawa is Maya Amano's longtime friend and roommate. She often pulls the latter to so-called "matchmaker parties" to meet men, despite a pattern of being swindled by past boyfriends. Ulala does boxing as a means for her to get revenge on the man who swindled her without getting the police involved; if she called the police, she couldn't beat him to a pulp, after all! Her Tarot arcana is Star, with [[DishingOutDirt Callisto]] as her starter Persona. Ulala makes her living by selling lingerie, but is outwardly obsessed with fortune telling, and looks up to the famous TV seer Wang Long Chizuru. One of her contacts involves her telling fortunes to encountered demons, and she also subscribes to a cellphone-based Wang Long fortune service. Ulala is also fond of ghost stories, and will be able to tell some when accompanied by the right party members.

Ulala is first introduced in ''Innocent Sin'', when the party visits GOLD Gym when searching for King Leo's message. Credited as "Maya's Roommate", she is advised by Maya to leave the building due to King Leo's looming bomb threat. In ''Eternal Punishment'', Ulala tends to be the cheeriest character in the ''Eternal Punishment'' group next to Maya, but panics easily when a situation takes a turn for the worse. She locks horns with Baofu repeatedly during the course of the game, despite having more in common with each other than anyone else.

Ulala became controlled by [[spoiler:the Joker Persona by secretly performing the Joker Curse to Maya. She envies Maya for being a successful working woman and always catching men's eyes, a significant contrast to her seemingly dead-end life. Luckily, Ulala is later purged of JOKER by Igor in the Velvet Room, and she rejoins the party with a renewed purpose]].

Ulala appears on the TV show Who's Who in ''Persona 3'', along with more ''Persona 1'' and ''2'' characters. Trish describes her as a woman in her 30's with a beauty spot under her eye, and also mentions that she can dance the flamenco (which is one of her special contacts in ''Eternal Punishment''). Trish wonders what she'd look like with a rose in her mouth, this is a reference to her demon contact combo, Flamenco de la Pasion.

* ArachnidAppearanceAndAttire
* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: There's her history of bad boyfriends, and over time she develops feelings for Baofu.
* {{Badass}}
** HeartbrokenBadass: Her heart was broken by a con artist. Her response: TakeALevelInBadass so she could shove his teeth down his throat.
** TakeALevelInBadass: Borderline DirtyCoward in the beginning of the game, but attains a lot of spine along with some CharacterDevelopment after Maya frees her from the [[spoiler:JOKER curse.]]
* TheBigGuy
* BeautyMark
* ChristmasCake: Ulala lets slip the fact that she's 24. (This might explain her irritability.)
* TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong
* DartboardOfHate: An 8x10 of Youichi Makimura is taped to her punching bag.
* FaceMonsterTurn: Revealed later in the game to be the one who [[spoiler:dialed JOKER to kill Maya]], setting the events of ''Eternal Punishment'' into motion. This comes back to bite her when the Chiruzu Ishagami broadcasts a rumor that JOKER [[spoiler:infects anyone who performed the curse]].
* FortuneTeller: She's obsessed with horoscopes, and even uses them in her Contact option.
* HardDrinkingPartyGirl
* TheLadette: Though she's still a much better housekeeper and cook than Maya.
* MagicDance: Her unlockable Contact option is the Flamenco, with [[CrowningMomentOfFunny Katsuya on acoustic guitar]].
* MulticoloredHair
* TheNicknamer: In the English localization, her pet name for Baofu is "Bao".
** Once Tatsuya joins up, Ulala starts referring to him and his brother as "Big Suou" and "Little Suou".
* PowerFist
* RageAgainstTheReflection: In the opening cinematic.
* TheResenter
* SoundEffectBleep: Ulala's rather... spirited fight banter, US version only.
* SuddenlyAlwaysKnewThat: Before you can kick Youichi Makimura's ass, Ulala bursts in and summons a Persona(!), then [[CrowingMomentOfFunny chases Makimura out]], screaming that she's going to kill him for running off with her money. Seems Maya taught her how to use Personas when they were drunk.
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Baofu.
* WomanScorned

!!Baofu
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Baofu is a so-called "Tap Buster", an extortionist who uses wiretapping to further his vendetta against the people who have done him wrong, particularly [[ArchEnemy Tatsuzou Sudou]] and the Tien Tao Len, a Taiwanese Mafia group. He claims he's from Taiwan, but is perfectly fluent in Japanese. Baofu's Tarot arcana is Hanged Man, with [[BlowYouAway Odysseus]] as his initial Persona.

Aside from wiretapping, Baofu also runs a bulletin board website called "The Darkside Of Sumaru City", where he sorts through various urban legends to find information that might be relevant to him. He joins Maya's party following a rendezvous arranged online, and performs a test on the effectiveness of the Kotodama, the curse where rumors can come true when spread around town. Because of his shady personality and propositions, the party finds it hard to trust him, especially Katsuya Suou.

Following a shootout in the Abandoned Factory in Kounan during which Baofu is able to defeat Yung Pao, it is revealed through Katsuya's background research that [[spoiler:Baofu's true identity was that of Kaoru Saga (kanji: 嵯峨 薫), a Japanese public prosecutor. Along with his assistant Miki Asai, they were both victims of a Taiwanese Mafia hit, tagged for their running investigation on the Tien Tao Len. Kaoru survived, awakening to Odysseus in the process, but Miki did not. Kaoru set out to exact revenge at the people responsible for her death, exchanging his lawful means for illegal ones]].

In ''Eternal Punishment'', Kei can develop a hidden Contact option with Baofu called "Song Of A Baseball Fan" where the pair quarrel over which baseball team is the greatest. This parallels the [[Main/BrokenBase typical debates]] in real-life Japanese baseball fandom.

* TheAlcoholic: Even before [[spoiler:adopting his false identity]], Baofu enjoyed tipping a few back.
* {{Badass}}
** BadassInANiceSuit: He's not exactly ''inconspicuously'' dressed.
** HeartbrokenBadass: [[spoiler:His lover was murdered by the Taiwanese Mafia, and he wants revenge.]]
** BadassBaritone: In both Japanese and English.
* BestServedCold: Formerly a [[spoiler:special prosecutor]], he was forced to [[FakingTheDead fake his death]] after the Taiwanese mafia attempted to kill him. He has spent his days hunting the man who ordered the hit, Tatsuzou Sudou.
* BoisterousBruiser
** GeniusBruiser: Proof, you ask? According to Word of God, Baofu became a [[spoiler:prosecutor]] because someone he knew mentioned that the examination tests were really hard. He took the exam, and passed with flying colors -- on ''his first try''.
* CreepyGood
* DeadpanSnarker: [[TheSnarkKnight Dear lord...]]
* HackerCave: His "Lair" in Narumi, which effectively becomes the PlayerHeadquarters for a while.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: Coins. But somewhat justified in that he uses qigong to enhance them, making them as strong as bullets.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold
* KnowledgeBroker: His rumor-collecting website.
* TheSmartGuy: [[SignatureMove "Wiseman Snap"]], anybody?
* LovableRogue
* MakingASpectacleOfYourself
* {{Mangst}}
* MeaningfulName: Baofu means "revenge" in Mandarin Chinese.
** FridgeBrilliance: [[spoiler:He only used that name after his lover was killed.]]
* MrSmith: The game's creators joke that, if he was to ever recreate a roster in Japan in order to [[ShipTease marry Ulala]], he could probably pick the surname "Tanaka," which is absurdly common in Japan.
* MyGreatestFailure: Though Baofu's Persona saved him from from the mafia attack, [[spoiler:his lover was fatally wounded]]. This explains why, on a certain level, he hates his Persona.
* NamesToKnowInAnime: Even during the less mature age of voice acting, Baofu is blessed with the voice of both Creator/JojiNakata ''and'' Creator/RichardEpcar.
* NervesOfSteel: Only Nyarlathotep has the power to make Baofu lose his perpetual cool... and even then, only for a moment. All that's needed is for him to remind himself that [[spoiler:yep, he's Kaoru '''Fucking''' Saga]].
* NotSoStoic: When Baofu loses it, you ''know'' things just got serious. It takes some doing to rattle him.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname
* OpaqueLenses
* PrecisionFStrike: Upon meeting Ellen's Stalker in the Kimon Tonkou dungeon, Baofu has one choice question for the man:
--> '''Baofu:''' Who the f##k are you?
* ScareEmStraight: In a flashback depicting Tatsuya and Jun as kids, Baofu stumbles out of a bar and proceeds to put the fear of God into them.
* ScrewDestiny: While this is pretty much in for everyone, Baofu stands out because he's the one who starts by [[DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu saying this to Nyarlathotep]]:
-->''Ahhh, shut up... You can take your fate and stick it up your ass!''
* SeeYouInHell: To the Big Bad, right before Maya/Tatsuya double-team him into oblivion.
* SenseiForScoundrels: Baofu seems something of himself in Tatsuya and takes him aside for manly advice.
* SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan: The manly man to Katsuya's sensitive guy.
* SourSupporter: The most cynical member of the group, and an outright {{Foil}} to Katsuya.
* SmokingIsCool: His IdleAnimation.
* TheSnarkKnight
* StreetSmart
* SunglassesAtNight
* SymbolSwearing
* ThatManIsDead: Subverted after settling his old vendetta with Yung Pao (and his subsequent 'outing' by Katsuya). By the end of the game, Baofu's taken to calling himself by his real name again.
* TortureForFunAndInformation: His Contact option when paired with Katsuya. The screen cuts to black, and a sharp crack is heard, implying that Bafou is smacking the ever-loving crap out of the demon.
* VoiceWithAnInternetConnection: Maya needs to post on his website before he'll meet in person.
* TheUnfettered
* WhatExactlyIsHisJob: He doesn't just sweep for bugs -- He plants them.

!!Nate/Kei Nanjou
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Kei is a former playable character from ''Revelations: Persona''. In ''Innocent Sin'', he is a supporting character who appears at the Abandoned Factory in Kounan, drawn to rumors that a person resembling Kandori is in Sumaru City (The person in question turns out to be Reiji Kido, who isn't too happy about being mistaken as his hated half-brother). When you talk to him, Kei will give Tatsuya Suou his [[InfinityPlusOneSword ultimate weapon]]. During the invasion of Hitler's Last Battalion, he joins his former classmates to fight against the Nazis unless certain conditions are met earlier in the game.

In ''Persona 2: Eternal Punishment'', he is a playable character. Sneak mentions that there are two people (a man and a woman) investigating the New World Order. If Maya spreads the rumor that the person with information on the NWO is a man, you will get Kei to join. He now uses katanas like Tatsuya, and when using his demon contacts, Kei still mentions his beloved butler Yamaoka, and how he intends to honor the promise he made years ago to become "the #1 man in Japan".

Kei will take the group to a Science Lab run by Tatsuzou Sudou and funded by the Nanjou Group, where youths who allegedly performed the Joker Curse are kidnapped and drained of Kegare. The party will run into Kei's old classmates Reiji Kido and Maki Sonomura around the sewer entrance, assisting in their covert infiltration by working the floodgates. Kei will rejoin the rest of his former classmates later in the game (with Tatsuya taking his place in Maya's party), fighting off the New World Order soldiers that are trying to take over the city.

* {{Badass}}
** BadassBiker: Get a good look at that pic, because he never takes off the helmet in-game.
** CulturedBadass
* CatchPhrase: No. #1.
* CoolBoat: Too bad Maya completely trashes it.
* [[CoolHouse Cool Penthouse]]
* {{Fiction 500}}: Sole heir to the Nanjou Group, and mixes in high society.
* IGaveMyWord
* MrExposition
* NonIdleRich: Bruce Wayne has nothing on this kid.
* OptionalPartyMember: In ''Eternal Punishment''. If the player spreads the rumor that the person with information on the NWO is a man, you will get Nanjo to join.
* TheSmartGuy: Eriko mentions that she read his dissertation on economics, considering it brilliant.
* RansackedRoom: Kei's penthouse is raided while he is away, with his guards' dead bodies littered about.
* StoicSpectacles
* ToBeAMaster

!!Ellen/Eriko Kirishima
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Eriko is a former playable character from ''Revelations: Persona''. In ''Innocent Sin'', she is a supporting character, and has succeeded in getting into the modeling business. After Tatsuya Suou uncovers the "Oracle of Maia", Yukino decides to look for Eriko's aid to [[RiddleMeThis unpuzzle the metaphor]] behind the poem. Unless certain conditions are met, she will fight alongside her former classmates from St. Hermelin once more to repel the invasion of Sumaru City by Hitler's Last Battalion, assisting Tatsuya's party so they can go to Xibalba.

In ''Eternal Punishment'', Eriko is a playable character. Sneak mentions that there are two people (a man and a woman) investigating the New World Order. If Maya spreads the rumor that the person with information on the NWO is a woman, you will get Eriko to join. She still uses fencing swords, and will immediately establish rapport with Ulala Serizawa, who shares her love of fortune telling and ghost stories.

Eriko will take the group to the Sumaru TV station to investigate if Chizuru Ishigami (also known as "Wang Long Chizuru") is really involved in the New World Order. Their suspicions were confirmed as Chizuru's shikigami (who was disguised as a cat) traps them with a spell called "Kimon Tonkou", taking them to a reverse dimension. With her knowledge of the occult, Eriko concludes that they would have to find and enter the "Ba Gua" gates located on each the studio entrances in order to escape. Eriko enlists the help of TV host and former classmate Hidehiko Uesugi to find the right order of the Ba Gua gates by scouting them out back in the real world. Inside the reverse dimension, however, a stalker of Eriko lies in wait, taking the rare chance to get close to his idol.

Eriko will rejoin the rest of her former classmates later in the game (with Tatsuya taking her place in Maya's party), fighting off the New World Order soldiers that are trying to take over the city.

* ApologeticAttacker: Attacking... Winning a battle... [[UpToEleven ESCAPING a battle]].
* {{Badass}}
** BadassBookworm: Her otaku level knowledge of the occult makes her a rather effective party member.
** CulturedBadass: Like Kei/Nate, she is rather well off financially and a well groomed and refined model.
** HeartbrokenBadass: She still loves the protagonist of the first game, and this even causes her some angst in a plot relevant scene.
* DistractedByTheSexy: She pretty much ''seduces'' demons for her Contact options this time ([[VideoGame/{{Persona}} beforehand]], she never did), and can drag Ulala and Maya into it as well.
* FortuneTeller: She and Ulala share a Contact option.
* FreakOut: Endures a string of these in a row while inside the TV studio.
* GeniusDitz
* LadyOfWar
* NightmareFetishist: She's a thrill seeker. When she and the others are [[TimeStandsStill frozen in time]], her immediate reaction is that of wonderment at a new experience.
* [[NiceGuy Nice Girl]]
* NonIdleRich
* OccultDetective: Eriko moonlights as this.
* OptionalPartyMember: In ''Eternal Punishment''. If the player spreads the rumor that the person with information on the NWO is a woman, you will get Eriko to join.
* {{Ojou}}
* PerpetualSmiler
* RoyalRapier
* SpoiledSweet
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Major NPCs]]
!!Philemon
See Characters/PersonaRecurring for Philemon's role.

!!Igor
See Characters/PersonaRecurring for Igor's role.

!!Daisuke Todoroki
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A middle-aged, overweight PrivateDetective who runs the Kuzunoha Detective Agency in Hirasaka (relocated to Kounan in ''Eternal Punishment''). According to rumors, he used to be an incompetent, third-rate detective, but his intelligence spiked due to a mysterious circumstance. As a result, Todoroki is a frequent font of wisdom as well as a reliable authority on the occult. He plays a vital role in ''Persona 2'', uncovering the nature of Sumaru City's curse before even the authorities manage to. Todoroki offers to spread helpful rumors for a fee, thus allowing them to become reality.

* CoolOldGuy
* DistinguishedGentlemansPipe: He carries this with him at all times.
* GrandTheftMe: Although he looks kind of dull and mild-mannered, he works as a Devil Summoner. The explanation for this goes back to ''Devil Summoner'' and ''Soul Hackers''. In those games, there is a devil summoner and detective named Kyouji Kuzunoha (hence the agency moniker) who loses his body and becomes a body-snatcher. So, when Todoroki suddenly becomes very smart and takes over the Kuzunoha Detective Agency, it's assumed that Kyouji snatched his body. And is all but outright stated in a piece of dialogue that you can get out of him [[spoiler:when you can access Kashihara's case notes]], where he mentions something like "The previous owner of this body has left a few notes behind." To cap it off, his bolo tie has as its clasp the Devil Summoner emblem Kyouji used.
* KavorkaMan: Ulala seems to think so, at least.
* PornStache
* PrivateDetective
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure

!!Maki Sonomura
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Maki works part-time at Hiiragi Pyschotherapy in Sumaru City in hopes of becoming a therapist like her employer, Reiko. She feels that helping troubled people is the best way for her to cope with the fact that [[VideoGame/{{Persona}} she almost destroyed her hometown because of her fantasy world coming to life and almost completely superimposing the normal one]].

She will later receive a flower from the Time Count, and give it to Jun as his [[InfinityPlusOneSword ultimate weapon]]. Maki mentions what she was told by the count about the flower, that it was "the representation of a destiny that must be passed on". Maki will eventually fight alongside her former classmates from St. Hermelin once more to repel the invasion of Sumaru City by Hitler's Last Battalion if certain conditions are met earlier in the game.

In ''Persona 2: Eternal Punishment'', Maki's role as a supporting character is somewhat more significant. She feels the resonance of a Persona from Maya Amano, and is able to tell from this that the latter is acquainted with Yukino Mayuzumi, a former classmate of hers. She later appears at the Science Lab scenario in Kei Nanjou's route. Along with Reiji Kido, she will help Maya's party through the sewer entrance, coordinating their movements with the floodgate controls. Maki will rejoin the rest of her former classmates later in the game, fighting off the New World Order soldiers that are trying to take over the city.

* BeautyMark
* ImportantHaircut: Maki cut her hair short since we last saw her.
* ItMayHelpYouOnYourQuest: Have a flower, Jun. Though she only gives it to him if you spread a rumor that the Time Count gave it to her.
* ToyTime: Maki's psychiatry center, Hiiragi Therapy, is painted in this decor. Creepy, yes, but also a CallBack to Maki's dream world in the previous ''Persona'' game.
* WarriorTherapist

!!Brad/Hidehiko "Brown" Uesugi
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Brown is a returning character from the first ''Persona'', now a supporting character. Now a popular variety-talk show host, his ego has swelled to the point of no return, especially getting nationwide attention for the rumor that he is the [[LikesOlderWomen boy toy]] of actress Junko Kurosu (which turns out to be false, since he actually despises the actress for [[AlwaysSomeoneBetter having as big an ego as he does]]. Even so, he still addresses the latter as "Junko-chan"). If certain conditions are met, he will fight alongside his former classmates from St. Hermelin once more to repel the invasion of Sumaru City by Hitler's Last Battalion, assisting Tatsuya Suou's party so they can go to Xibalba.

In ''Eternal Punishment'', Brown is still a supporting character. He will assist Maya Amano's party through the Tv studio, scouting out the correct order of Chiruzu's medallions to help them escape the "Kimon Tonkou" spell that has imprisoned them. Hidehiko will rejoin the rest of his former classmates later in the game, fighting off the New World Order soldiers that are trying to take over the city.

* AnnoyingLaugh: "NYAHAHAHA!"
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Yukino remarks he's effective when it counts, and this comes true when he joins his former alumni of St. Hermelin in battle against The Last Battalion/New World Order, depending on the game.
* TheFool
* NiceHat
* {{Pun}}: This seems to be his VerbalTic.
* SmallNameBigEgo

!!Chris/Reiji Kidou
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Like Maki and Brown, Reiji is a returning alumni from the first ''Persona''. He makes an appearance in both ''Persona 2'' games as an NPC. He has long since shed his {{Badass}} image -- even going as far as changing his hairstyle to conceal the [[GoodScarsEvilScars scar]] on his forehead -- and is working a door-to-door knife salesman to support his live-in girlfriend (referred to as his wife, whom he married directly out of high school, in the remake of the first Persona) who is carrying his baby. Unfortunately, his Persona still exudes the same kind of intimidating aura, scaring away potential customers. He reluctantly asks for advice from of fellow St. Hermelin alumnus Kenta "Toro" Yokouchi, whose own Persona has made him very successful.

His new hairstyle, however, made him look strikingly similar to his hated stepbrother, so rumors started circulating about Kandori being sighted in Sumaru City, which piques the interest of Kei Nanjou. Reiji can later be found in the Abandoned Factory, where he beats up on demons to blow some steam. Lisa Silverman will '[[KubrickStare persuade]]' him into giving up his [[InfinityPlusOneSword Legendary American Gloves]].

Later in the game, he will join his former St. Hermelin classmates in the fight against Hitler's Last Battalion unless certain conditions are met earlier in the game. In ''Eternal Punishment'', he will appear in Kei Nanjou's route to the Science Lab. With Maki Sonomura in tow, Reiji will assist in the party's covert infiltration of the lab through the sewers by operating the floodgate controls. He will once again team up with the St. Hermelin alumni later in the game, this time to fend off the New World Order soldiers trying to take over the city.

* [[SheCleansUpNicely He Cleans Up Nicely]]
* ItMayHelpYouOnYourQuest: In ''Innocent Sin'', he agrees to fork over his prized gloves in order to be rid of Lisa.
* OlderAndWiser
* RetiredOutlaw

!!Fujii Shunsuke

A photographer for Kismet Publishing, and Yukino's boss/mentor. His petnames for Maya and Yukino are "Mackey" and "Yuki".

* [[spoiler:BloodFromTheMouth]]
* CameraFiend
* DistressedDude: He becomes trapped on Mount Katatsumuri while photographing the Nazi invasion. [[spoiler:The party [[YouAreTooLate arrives too late]] to save him]].
* GoingForTheBigScoop: Nazis invading Japan! It's the story of a lifetime! [[spoiler:Literally.]]
* ItMayHelpYouOnYourQuest: [[spoiler:With his last breath]], Fujii bequeaths his camera to Yukino.
* ObliviousToLove: He seems at the very least ''aware'' of Yukino's advances toward him, but considers her more a protégé.
* PermaStubble
* [[spoiler:RedShirtReporter]]

!!Youichi Makimura

In Innocent Sin, he was a Masked Circle minion under Queen Aquarius who performed the Joker Charm, wishing to become the sexiest man alive. He was interrupted from fighting Tatsuya's group at the fitness club GOLD when an angry Ulala Serizawa chased him out, threatening to kick his ass for stealing her money and suddenly disappearing. In ''Eternal Punishment'', Makimura is pulled out of another scam attempt and taken along while Maya's party searches for Ulala at GOLD, believing that he was the one targeted by the Joker Curse she performed.

* TheCasanova: Or so he seems to think.
* ConMan
* PsychoExGirlfriend: That would be Ulala. Poor bastard.
* RedHerring: [[spoiler:Turns out he's not the one Ulala dialed the Joker on, after all. It's Maya]].
* TheUnfought
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Antagonists '''(SPOILERS)''']]
!!Nyarlathotep
See Characters/PersonaRecurring for Nyarlathotep's role.

!!Tatsuya Sudou AKA King Leo/JOKER
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Real name Tatsuya Sudou, (not to be confused with Tatsuya Suou), Leo is one of the "Masked Four", executives of the Masked Circle, and TheDragon to Joker. Easily the most psychotic of the Joker's crew, Sudou has a marked predilection for explosives and is a pyromaniac. In ''Eternal Punishment'', Leo's father is revealed to be Japan's Foreign Minister and Baofu's archenemy, Tatsuzou Sudou. Despite his mania, Leo is fiercely devoted to Joker.

* AbusiveParents
* AxCrazy: No splitting hairs, here.
* BlondGuysAreEvil
* BrownBagMask: Worn in ''Eternal Punishment'' as a crude substitute for Joker's mask.
* BusFullOfInnocents: Those schoolchildren picked a [[TimeBomb bad day for a tour]]....
* CardboardPrison: The sanitarium can't contain him, regardless of which universe he's in.
* CreepyChild: Even in flashbacks, he's still the same giggling, [[MadEye mad-eyed]] arsonist we know and love. [[spoiler:Granted, this was after those rumors...]]
* DiscOneFinalBoss: In EP.
* DisneyVillainDeath: Sudou tumbles into the same flaming pit in both realities. The second time around, [[DeathByIrony Jun pitches him in]].
* TheDragon / DragonAscendant: To Joker.
* DuelBoss: In the first part of Tatsuya's scenario.
* FreudianExcuse: If you actually look into his backstory, you'd realize that he was originally just a nervous, twitchy kid in high school. He turned crazy because of all the rumors his classmates made about him, because he was a little "different." Try to hate him now, you bastards.
** In ''Eternal Punishment,'' though, it seems he's just... genuinely crazy. Or at the very least, he ended up with a far more dangerous type of it.
* EvilCounterpart: To the other Tatsuya; in Innocent Sin, his Persona is even a Reverse version of Suou's.
* GoodScarsEvilScars: His previous run-in with Tatsuya Suou cost him an eye.
* HearingVoices: "[[MadnessMantra VOICESVOICESVOICESVOICESVOICESVOICESVOICES]]! You can't ''run'' from the voices!"
* ILikeSwords
* InstitutionalApparel: When he breaks loose from the sanitarium, the first thing Sudou grabs is a trench coat (he leaves the hospital smock on underneath).
* LaserGuidedKarma: Sudou always ends up losing an eye, regardless of which timeline he's in. He's pretty pissed about it.
* LastVillainStand: The zeppelin battle.
* LetsFightLikeGentlemen: JOKER, in a hurry to make Maya remember the Other Side, tosses her a pair of handguns to defend herself.
* MadBomber
* MyDeathIsJustTheBeginning: Either Sudou knows what's coming, or it's a lucky guess. Anyway, bravado or not, once he's dead, the NWO spreads a rumor causing anyone who called the JOKER to [[spoiler:become Jokers themselves]].
* NotQuiteDead: "My face! AGAIN!!"
* PlayingWithFire: Natch.
* PleaseKeepYourHatOn: A quarter of his face is burned off.
* PsychoSupporter: He is ''really'' devoted to Joker, to the point that shippers suspected some kind of tryst there. (There isn't.)
** Sudou's history following the burning of the Alaya Shrine is sketchy, but he couldn't have gotten out of the asylum without Joker's help. Jun also reminds him of Mr. Kashihara, the only person to think that Sudou wasn't crazy.
* PsychopathicManchild: Type B.
* PutTheLaughterInSlaughter
* PyroManiac
* RefugeInAudacity: Sudou [[StuffBlowingUp blows up]] the police station ''and'' the fire station, so nobody can act in response to his bombings.
* RightHandAttackDog: His {{Hellhound}}.
* RippleEffectProofMemory: See "Evil Counterpart".
* RoomFullOfCrazy: Tatsuya Sudou's old cell in the sanitarium. Judging by the wall graffiti, it looks like Nyarlathotep has been visiting him...
* ScarsAreForever: Disfigured from an encounter with Tatsuya Suou many years ago, during which young Tatsuya manifested his Persona (Vulcanus) and blinded him in one eye.
* ScrewTheRulesIHaveConnections: Tatsuya's father was in charge of investigating a serial arsonist, and came close to fingering Tatsuya Sudou as the culprit. Sudou's father is a prominent politician, so he arranged for Mr. Suou to be framed and [[TurnInYourBadge forced to resign]] from the police force in disgrace.
* SerialKiller
* TakingYouWithMe: After Maya flies the blimp off the museum, it's revealed in a cutscene that part of it was damaged by King Leo.
* TalkativeLoon
* TurnOutLikeHisFather: Both are one fry short of a happy meal, that's for certain.
* VillainousBreakdown
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: Sudou began hearing voices at a young age, and it likely exacerbated his psychopathy.
* WouldHurtAChild: Torching the Alaya Shrine was actually just because the voices told him. Normally, that'd be okay, because it's an accident, but even after finding out there were two children in the area, he was perfectly fine with almost killing them both. Planting bombs in a museum with children inside (twice), however, definitely qualifies.
* YouHaveFailedMe: After losing to Eikichi, Yasuo is sternly reprimanded by King Leo... who [[DisproportionateRetribution sets him on fire]].
* YouRemindMeOfX: He obviously sees a lot of [[spoiler:Akinari Kashihara in Jun]], and rewards Joker's kindness with dog-like devotion.

!!Anna Yoshizaka AKA Lady Scorpio
->Voiced by: Creator/MonaMarshall (in English)
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Anna Yoshizaka was once a track athlete at Seven Sisters High School. However, she was involved in a hit-and-run accident, which dashed her dreams of becoming a star athlete. She began skipping school, seeing no point in attending when she had nothing more to work towards. Somewhere around this time, she fell under the thrall of the Joker and became Lady Scorpio, one of the Masked Four. Like Prince Taurus, her role is targeting other young people at Kasugayama High School and the Zodiac Club. It isn't necessary to fight Lady Scorpio; she doesn't confront the party until Caracol, when the player's choices determine [[spoiler:whether she lives or dies]].

[[spoiler:If the player chooses to force Yukino Mayuzumi to accompany the party to Caracol, Yukino will be there to counteract her [[EvilTwin Shadow]], and Anna will ultimately assist Yukino in fighting the Last Battalion. If they leave Yukino behind, Anna will follow Shadow Yukino and the two will jump from a bridge, hand-in-hand, thus killing Anna]].

In ''Eternal Punishment'', Anna is falsely accused of performing the "JOKER curse" on the driver who hit her. When Principal Hanya is murdered in his office, Anna is the obvious suspect, as Maya overheard her mutter that she would kill Hanya after he denounced her in front of the entire school.

Later in the game, [[spoiler:her SempaiKohai, Noriko, is discovered to have used the JOKER curse twice (Noriko is the one who ordered the deaths of both Hanya and the man responsible for Anna's accident), and is kidnapped by the Taiwanese mafia for that very reason. Anna phones Maya and the party to help free the girl, giving them the tip-off about the mafia's location]].

* TheBaroness
* [[spoiler:BetterToDieThanBeKilled]]: One possible outcome of the Caracol arc.
* BlindingBangs: The malevolent "Lady Scorpio" personality has a shock of hair covering a vacant smile.
* BrokenBird
* TheBrute: She used to be a star athlete; this is no half-pint you're dealing with.
* ClearMyName: At the beginning of ''Eternal Punishment''. The driver who injured her has been murdered, followed by the principal. Even for those who haven't played ''Innocent Sin'', the evidence is definitely stacked against her.
* DullEyesOfUnhappiness
* EmotionlessGirl: In point of fact, she only starts smiling if you choose the Bad storyline, and she succumbs to her evil.
* EvenTheGirlsWantHer: To the point of having her own {{Yandere}}. A male student at Sevens is infatuated with [[spoiler:Noriko]], but as his buddy points out, she only has eyes for Anna.
* GoodSmokingEvilSmoking
* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:Only possible if you bring Yukino with you into Caracol]].
* ICouldaBeenAContender
* MakingASplash
* NotMeThisTime: Played with in ''Eternal Punishment''.
* RedHerring: See "Clear My Name".
* SchoolgirlLesbians: Implied with her {{Yandere}} admirer, [[spoiler:Noriko]].
** Anna/Yukino might also count, if you're a dedicated shipper.
* StartOfDarkness: When she was involved in an accident and began cutting school, her dreams ruined.
* TrueBlueFemininity
* WeUsedToBeFriends: In the past, Tatsuya and Anna were often found loitering and cutting school together.
* WhipItGood
* YouBastard: Your party fights her if you leave Yukino at Caracol's summit, causing her hopelessness to give fuel to Shadow Yukino.

!!Ginji Sazaki AKA Prince Taurus

Ginji Sasaki is an ex-musician who used to perform for a one hit wonder band. Since then, he's irked out a living as a record producer, trying to recapture his former glory. Ginji has a reputation for making sexual advances toward his female artists, particularly adolescent girls. In desperation, Ginji performed the Joker Charm, hoping to be successful again. Joker granted his wish, and Ginji was made one of the Masked Four, placed in charge of stealing Ideal Energy from young people. He begins promoting a secretive [[FakeBand teen idol]] band known as "MUSES", and spreads a rumor that Lisa and her classmates are members. Late in the game, Prince Taurus follows the rest of the Masked Circle into Xibalba and is incinerated by a booby trap. His death is not shown on-screen, as Tatsuya's party discover his charred remains some time later.

In ''Eternal Punishment'', Ginji is manipulated into essentially the same role. He is brainwashed by the New World Order to host a seminar at the mall, where he encourages people to get rid of their "Kegare". In the ensuring shootout with Maya and her party, the glass container holding all the stores of Kegare is shattered, turning Ginji into a JOKER.

* BitingTheHandHumor: Ginji's based on Tetsuya Komuro, a Japanese music producer known for his taste in nubile pop stars. One of the artists managed by Komuro is hitomi, who sang the original ending theme for ''Innocent Sin''. Ooh, faced!
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: After being reduced to an NWO mook.
* DirtyOldMan
* DishingOutDirt
* DontTouchItYouIdiot: Maya letting loose on his Kegare chamber. With both barrels.
* [[DroppedABridgeOnHim Dropped A Laser On Him]]
* TheEvilGenius
* HandCannon: How [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything appropriate]].
* MadEye

!!Junko Kurosu AKA Queen Aquarius
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The fourth and last member of the Masked Four, Queen Aquarius is secretly Junko Kurosu, a celebrity actress and Jun's mother. Once a popular girl at Seven Sisters High School, Junko set her eyes on her history teacher and husband-to-be, Akinari Kashihara. Junko grew weary of family life after Jun was born and spread vicious rumors about her husband. Following his violent death at Seven Sister High School, Junko embraced being single again and began to treat Jun miserably. Believing her career to be in danger because of her maturity, Junko summoned the Joker and wished to remain young forever; Joker complied, recruiting her into the Masked Circle.

In ''Eternal Punishment'', Jun's father is still alive and Junko's marriage seems stable. During a celebrity interview at the TV Studio, Chiruzu Ishagami infects Junko with the JOKER curse. It is implied that she was brought to the Velvet Room and cured, but she isn't seen for the rest of the game.

* DarkChick
* DistressedDamsel: In ''Eternal Punishment''.
* ImmortalityImmorality: Junko's raison d'être.
* [[spoiler:ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice]]
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: She is supposedly modeled after the adult film star Senri Yamazaki.
* StrongFamilyResemblance: The Kurosu [[PeekABangs bangs]].
* RedemptionEqualsDeath
* TakingTheBullet: [[spoiler:Pushes Joker out of a spear's path and is fatally impaled]]. This mere moments after learning that the Joker is her son, Jun.
* TeacherStudentRomance: What she sees in Kashihara is anybody's guess. He was an admired teacher at Sevens, so Junko likely considered him a trophy boyfriend. The ''real'' question is what Kashihara saw in ''her''.
* TheUnfought: The only Masked Four member you can never fight. However you do fight her replica, Metal Mom, in a hall inside of Xibalba.
* WhiteDwarfStarlet: Primarily in ''Innocent Sin'', though she continues to work as an actress in ''Eternal Punishment''.
* YoungerThanTheyLook: Junko is only 37, though her ''Eternal Punishment'' incarnation looks middle aged.

!!Maya Okamura
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Lisa Silverman's homeroom teacher, nicknamed "Ideal-sensei" by her students due to her [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} eccentricities]]. She used to work alongside Jun's father, Akinari Kashihara. Okamura harbored an unrequited love for him, and resented his wife, Junko. She was a collaborator on Kashihara's unreleased book, which prophesied the signs leading up to the [[EndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt end of days]]; among these portents was the return of Adolf Hitler and his "[[{{Ghostapo}} Last Battalion]]". Kashihara later met a suspicious death when he fell inside the Seven Sisters clock tower and was crushed by the gears.

Okamura stations herself at the Kuzunoha Detective Agency, where she assists in shedding light on Mr. Kashihara's research on the Last Battalion. As the portents of the book start becoming true, Okamura loses her mind and decides to expedite the catastrophe. The final portent is the death of a woman named "Maya". Okamura is initially willing to sacrifice herself, but is instead approached by Nyarlathotep. At the conclusion of the game, [[spoiler:Okamura materializes and impales Maya Amano with the Spear of Longinus. Philemon intervenes by rewinding time and negating Maya's death, thus creating the ''Eternal Punishment'' timeline]].

Okamura appears during the main story in ''Eternal Punishment'' only once: she is standing in the school courtyard during the game's introduction. If Maya speaks with her, she will sense that they have met before.

* AllLoveIsUnrequited
* [[ChekhovsGun Chekhov's Spear]]
* ConspiracyTheorist: Mayans! Hitler! ALIENS! She's the queen of this trope. Her persecution complex and subsequent spiraling into madness is a depressingly valid depiction of many paranoids today.
* FaceHeelTurn
* HaveWeMetYet: In ''Eternal Punishment'', the player has the option of speaking with Okamura (while controlling Maya) in Seven Sister High School's courtyard. Both mention that the other looks familiar...
* LoveMakesYouEvil: Par excellence.
* MadnessMakeover: Once she really goes off the deep end, her ponytail unfolds into a wacked-out blossom of hair, and her normally composed face is replaced with [[SlasherSmile an evil grin]].
* [[MrExposition Miss Exposition]]
* ProperlyParanoid: Regardless of cosmic meddling, everything Kashihara put to paper has come to pass.
* SanitySlippage
* SelfFulfillingProphecy: A maiden with the name "Maya" is prophesied as a harbinger of the Apocalypse. In the depths of her insanity, Okamura is prepared to die to fulfill that role. [[spoiler:However, nobody figured on it being Maya ''Amano'']].
* SinisterShades
* TeamKiller: Nyarlathotep using her as a convenient pawn to stab [[spoiler:Maya Amano]] with the Lance of Longinus and kill her.
* WildMassGuessing: So ''who'' killed Kashihara, again? Okamura says the Last Battalion did it, [[UnreliableNarrator but]][[IfICantHaveYou ...]]
* WomanInBlack
* UnwittingPawn: The Sensei is the opposite number to Maya Amano, having been tapped by Nyarlathotep to help nail down humanity's coffin good and tight. Her avatar in the ''Eternal Punishment'' timeline is Foreign Minister Sudou, an Illuminati stooge.
* {{Yandere}}: To a dead man, no less.

!!Principal Harding/Hanya
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The principal of the Seven Sisters High School, and previously the vice principal of St. Hermelin in the first game. Tatsuya Suou's party battles Principal Hanya on top of the clock tower after destroying the smaller clocks in the school classrooms in Innocent Sin. He dies afterwards, but when you meet a student who asks how he's doing, you can either tell the truth, or spread the rumor that he's alive. If you choose the latter, Principal Hanya will reemerge later in the game and repel the invasion of Hitler's Last Battalion on his own. Otherwise, the St. Hermelin alumni will do the job.

In ''Eternal Punishment'', he is still a hated principal, and is immediately killed when Noriko Katayama performs the Joker Curse on him for insulting Anna Yoshizaka, who can no longer represent Sevens in the regional track meet because of a permanent injury caused by a hit-and-run accident.

* AssholeVictim
* BackFromTheDead
* BetterToDieThanBeKilled: Upon being defeated, he leaps off of the clock tower to certain death. Sort of.
* CardCarryingVillain: Hanya is an unofficial (but enthusiastic) member of the Masked Circle, an affiliation he barely tries to conceal. In his introductory scene, he makes guarded threats against Tatsuya's life and chortles at his misfortune. He does not possess even one redeeming trait.
* DeanBitterman: With the curse in effect, he can say or do anything and the students will still think he's peachy-keen. He abuses this to the hilt.
* DestinationDefenestration: After you defeat him, he jumps through the stained-glass face of the Sevens Clock.
* FascinatingEyebrow
* GoodScarsEvilScars: Hanya has a comical Blofeld scar under his eye.
* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: If the player chooses, Hanya can be resurrected via a rumor and return to help liberate Sevens from the Nazis. He undergoes a nice attitude adjustment, too.
* LaserGuidedKarma: In ''Innocent Sin'', Principal Hanya and Joker are in cahoots. He's murdered by JOKER within the first 20 minutes of ''Eternal Punishment''.
* MeaningfulName: His nickname is "Hannya", a demon in Japanese literature. Guess what his Persona is?
* MundaneWish: Hanya admits to performing the Joker Charm to restore his thinning hairline.
* NoOneCouldHaveSurvivedThat
* OffscreenTeleportation: Coming back to life has the added effect of turning Hanya CrazyAwesome. He keeps warping between classrooms, standing over a pile of unconscious Nazis each time.
* OurFounder: His statue in the school courtyard starts moving on its own accord. (That is one ''crazy'' school.)
* [[SadistTeacher Sadist Principal]]
* SlasherSmile: Permanently etched onto his face.
* StartToCorpse: In ''EP'', he's the JOKER's only onscreen victim. The school transforms into a dungeon upon discovering of his corpse, whereupon the real game starts.
* StarterVillain
* ThisIsADrill: His Persona comes equipped with two of them.
* VillainWithGoodPublicity: Thanks to a well-placed rumor, nearly every student thinks he's the greatest thing since ice cream. "He's annoying and fussy and [[NotHelpingYourCase a great guy]]."
* WarmupBoss

!!Yasuo Inoe

A student who hangs out on the rooftop of Kasugayama High School, discontented with the current system and wishes to become Student Body President to implement his desired changes. In Innocent Sin, Yasuo uses the Joker Charm to make his ambition a reality. He was responsible for spreading the rumor that the Seven Sisters High School Emblem was cursed, and collaborated with Lady Scorpio to collect Ideal Energy at Kasugayama High's dance party. He is fought as a boss, and dies at the hands of King Leo upon failing. In ''Eternal Punishment'', Yasuo is still alive, and is back to being a discontented Student Body Presidential wannabe.

* AllElectionsAreSeriousBusiness: His incentive for joining The Masked Circle.
* AsianAndNerdy
* ClimbingClimax: Eikichi (finally) corners him on the school's roof.
* DirtyCoward: Through clever use of a walkie-talkie, he traps the party inside the school's bomb shelter. Which ordinarily isn't a big deal... except rumors have transformed it into an [[EldritchLocation endless maze]].
* ForeheadOfDoom
* StudentCouncilPresident: Yasuo can only compete in a fixed election, as evidenced in ''Eternal Punishment''.

!!Hiroki Sugimoto

A second-year student at Kasugayama High. Ever since Eikichi beat him up in middle school, he's hated Eikichi and wanted to defeat him, jealous of his power and clout as the school leader. He uses the Joker Charm so he can become stronger, spreads the rumor that the Head is stronger than Captain Death, and even kidnapped Miyabi. Eikichi relinquishes his position as Captain Death, creating a loophole that allows him to defeat Sugimoto. In ''Eternal Punishment'', he is kidnapped and drained of Kegare at the Science Lab in Kei Nanjou's route. Maya's party runs into Eikichi, who was trying to save Sugimoto as per his role as the school leader. They later find Sugimoto, who was turned into a monster. Kei and the party try their best to subdue Sugimoto without killing him, and assures Eikichi that the Nanjou Group will pull out all the stops to turn his classmate back to normal.

* BalefulPolymorph: In ''Eternal Punishment'', he's captured and experimented on by Kandori in the Science Lab.
* DontYouDarePityMe
* EvilRedhead
* GoodHairEvilHair: Has the beginnings of a dark goatee.
* FeetOfClay: Assuming the player lets Eikichi handle him on his own, one punch will put Sugimoto in his place.
* HotBlooded
* TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou: He's absolutely obsessed with beating Eikichi. This fixation extends to his mutated form. "EIKICHIIIIII!!"
* PsychoticSmirk: Glued to his face.
* RevengeBeforeReason

!!Ixquic
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A 13 year-old [[{{Cosplay}} cosplayer]] with a very lively imagination, believing that she's a "reincarnated warrior maiden", Ixquic. In ''Innocent Sin'', she turns out to be a minion of King Leo. In ''Eternal Punishment'', she hangs out at Giga Macho (The Seedy CD) music store, and is hunting down the two rumored demons that reside there.

* BadassBoast: "I, Ixquic, shall [[SophisticatedAsHell whoop your asses!!]]"
** HeyThatsMyLine: Maya isn't pleased about that line being used.
* {{BFS}}: Paper-mâché or not, that's one big honkin sword right there.
* CampingACrapper: Ixquic and her minions ambush Tatsuya inside a public restroom by hiding in the stalls.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}
* DarkSkinnedBlond: A platinum-haired variant.
* DoNotCallMePaul: Her real name is Akari Hoshi. But try telling her that.
* EmoTeen: Doesn't care whether she lives or dies, because she hates her life and her parents "totally suck".
* HeelFaceTurn: In ''Innocent Sin'', she does redeem herself after being rescued from the museum, and she aspires to become a manga artist.
* HeroicWannabe
* HotBloodedSideburns
* IneffectualSympatheticVillain
* LostInCharacter
* PerkyFemaleMinion
* QuirkyMinibossSquad
* SuperheroesWearCapes
* WoundedGazelleGambit: After King Leo sets fire to the Sky Museum, Ixquic jumps inside the cockpit of a ceiling-suspended Japanese warplane, screaming for help.

!!The Knights of the Holy Lance

The Order of the Holy Lance is the elite force of the Last Battalion, consisting of thirteen "Longinus" robots charged with eliminating enemy Persona-users. Despite being identical in appearance, each Longinus robot has a distinct voice and personality. True to their namesake, each Knight comes armed with a copy of the Spear of Destiny.

* AntiMagic: Their spears are capable of sealing Personas.
* CapeBusters
* DamageSpongeBoss: Can take astounding amounts of punishment.
* EvilGloating: If you pay attention to it, you'll notice that they know far more about you than they should be able to, [[spoiler:foreshadowing the true nature of their Fuhrer]].
* GratuitousGerman: [[CallingYourAttacks Announces their different attacks]] by shouting stock German phrases like "Feuer!" and "Guten Nacht!".
** Made even more ridiculous with the English dub, where some of their voice actors don't even attempt to pull of a German accent for the voiced dialogue.
* {{Magitek}}: How robots without Personas are capable of using spells, we'll never know.
* MoreDakka: Armed with MG-32 machine guns.
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Ostensibly based on Heinrich Himmler and his twelve Lieutenants
* RecurringBoss: Over the second half of the game you fight every single Longinus, usually in groups of three or four. The first encounter with them teams you up with a single party member against a single Longinus, however. Your party defeats the other two offscreen.
** [[DuelBoss You also get the option of facing one all by yourself.]]
* ShockAndAwe: Their trademark "Geistesblitz" attack.
* StupidJetpackHitler
* YouAreNumberSix: They refer to each other by their numbers (the German numbers, of course). However, they are also clearly individuals.
* YouFool: When defeated, each robot leaves you with a bitter "You know ''nothing''!"

!!Tatsuzou Sudou
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Father of Tatsuya Sudou, aka King Leo, he is briefly referenced in ''Innocent Sin'' before being revealed as the head of the [[TheIlluminati New World Order]] in ''Eternal Punishment''. He is estranged from his son, whom he confined to a mental hospital as a child. Tatsuzou is Japan's Foreign Minister, and is secretly head of a governmental conspiracy to create a world without original sin. Tatsuzou is unaware of the fact that he, like his son, is being manipulated by Nyarlathotep.

* AffablyEvil
* BodyHorror: Nyarlathotep's energy mutates him into a demon before you fight him.
* CoolShip: Has his own cruise ship, the ''Nichirin-maru''.
* DarkMessiah
* EvilOldFolks
* TheGhost: Referenced -- but never seen -- in the first game.
* HotbloodedSideburns
* IHaveNoSon: Imprisoned his psychopathic son inside a sanitarium. And if Tatsuzou had had his way, junior would've ''stayed'' there.
* TheIlluminati: The highest echelons of government are part of his organization.
* ManInWhite
* MisanthropeSupreme
* ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney: He's evaded every criminal investigation come his way, and seems to have the Taiwanese mafia on speed dial.
* SleazyPolitician
* SwordCane: He's just a docile old man with a limp... until he breaks out the sword and slaughters his cohorts.
* VillainWithGoodPublicity
* UnwittingPawn: Of Nyarlathotep.
* UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans

!!Kiyotada Sumaru

The mummified remains of a feudal warlord who established what is now Sumaru City. Thanks to Nyarlathotep's influence, Tatsuzou Sudou was able to reanimate him with rumors. Sumaru's remains are the centerpiece of the New World Order, communicating to its members via {{Telepathy}}. Once the Monado Mandala has risen, Sumaru's castle is mystically unearthed and towers over the entire city.

* BackFromTheDead
* BadassMustache: Still impressive, even if the rest of him is in poor shape.
* ClippedWingAngel: It is possible to kill Sumaru in one hit if the right conditions are met. Summoning the three Ancestral Personas during the battle for a Fusion Attack will defeat him instantly. This is explained in-game by the Personas being the spirits of a samurai who originally toppled Sumaru, his princess, and their retainer. It's also a case of GuideDangIt, so whether this is worth all the trouble is subjective.
* EvilOverlord
* EvilTowerOfOminousness: Sumaru Castle.
* FeudalFuture: His ultimate goal.
* {{Mummy}}

!!Guido/Takahisa Kandori
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The former antagonist of the original ''Persona'', who has been resurrected due to rumors. He unquestioningly serves the New World Order, but seems to be following his own agenda. During the events of ''Eternal Punishment'', Takahisa Kandori, (now called Guido Kandori in the NA version) is brought back to life through the power of Kototama performed by the NWO. The extensive scars on his body are reminiscent of Tatsuya Suou's marks.

* AntiVillain: Fresh from death and a trip to {{Hell}}, he knows [[BeingEvilSucks evil isn't what it's cracked up to be]].
* {{Badass}}
** BadassInANiceSuit
** TookALevelInBadass: Lost his weakness to guns from the first game and picked up resistances to pretty much everything.
* BackFromTheDead
* BlackEyesOfEvil: Not only do his shades compliment his suit and enhance his evil look, they hide the fact he literally has nothing behind his eyes.
* DontYouDarePityMe: Gets annoyed with Nanjou doing this prior to the boss fight.
* DuelBoss: In the second part of Tatsuya's scenario.
* FourEyesZeroSoul
* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor
* HijackedByGanon: He's in an ideal position to be this, and Chizuru outright wants him to be one. However, [[SubvertedTrope he really doesn't care]] because [[spoiler:he knows his time on Earth is limited and his only real interests are settling things with Nanjo and the Paradox that brought about the events of the game]].
* IHaveManyNames: Thanks to the English translation of the first game. In the Japanese version, he only uses the alias of "Guy Shidou" (Tatsuzou's secretary), but thanks to the localization changes he has his name from the first Persona (retconned as an alias) as well.
* IgnoredEpiphany: Despite his AlasPoorVillain moment in the previous game, he's gone back to his old ways. When confronted on this by Kei, Kandori replies he's [[BecauseImGoodAtIt too old to change now]].
* LoveRedeems: If he's not in love with Chiruzu, he at least cares for her deeply, as evidenced by his final scene.
* MarkOfTheBeast: From what little we see of his skin, it's covered in a dark spiderweb pattern.
* [[spoiler:GoingDownWithTheShip]]: After assisting Nanjo and his friends, Kandori opts to [[spoiler:remain in the collapsing ruins with Chizuru at his side.]]
* UnholyMatrimony: With Chizuru.
* UnwittingPawn: After being brought back, he knows that like Tatsuya, he is just a pawn of Nyarlathotep.
* WorthyOpponent: To Nanjo. Kandori's actually grown quite fond of him in the interim between games.

!!Chizuru Ishigami

Chizuru is a famous fortune teller who uses her show to spread rumors for the NWO. Unlike the other villains, Chiruzu does not use a Persona in combat but creates duplicates of herself to fool her opponents. Eriko Kirishima arrives in Sumaru City investigating her and her connection to the NWO. During a television interview, Junko Kurosu transformed into a Joker and attempts to kill Lisa Silverman.

Afterwards, she joins with the revived Takahisa Kandori and leaves with him for the Undersea Ruins, although she questions why someone like him would be happy serving as simply a pawn for Tatsuzou Sudou. Eventually, she and Kandori are confronted by Maya Amano and her party along with Tatsuya Suou. [[spoiler:They are both defeated, and, despite Nanjo/Eriko's pleading, stay behind in the collapsing Undersea Ruins to die]].

* DarkMistress: To Kandori.
* DoppelgangerAttack
* DragonLady
* {{Familiar}}: She has a number of them, including a black cat.
* FortuneTeller
* FrozenInTime: The trap placed by Chiruzu on the entire Sumaru TV studio.
* KentBrockmanNews: Means by which she employs ReversePsychology on the entire city population.
* KnifeNut
* LoveMartyr: To Kandori. [[spoiler:In the literal sense]].
* UnholyMatrimony: With Kandori.
* WomanInBlack

!!General Sugawara

A top-ranking member of the NWO and commander of the Tenchu Army. Sugawara is wasting away from some unknown malady, which is what motivated him to assist Tatsuzou.

* ArmiesAreEvil: By virtue of simply being self-interested, he's not GeneralRipper material. His men have no compunction about mowing down innocents, though.
* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor / BlessedWithSuck: See below.
* ExactWords: Tatsuzou promises the terminally-ill General Sugawara that if their plan goes forward, he will be made immortal. He didn't say anything about being an immortal ''person''.
* GoodSmokingEvilSmoking: Always has a cigarette dangling from his mouth.
* ImmortalityImmorality
* LovecraftianSuperpower: Tatsuzou keeps his promise, and Sugawara is rendered immortal. He's also a hideous mutation sprouted from a pair of disjointed (if relatively normal) human legs.
* MookLieutenant
* NoOneCouldSurviveThat: It's strongly implied that he ''did''.
* PainfulTransformation
* SoapOperaDisease: He looks sickly and pale, but we're left to infer the rest.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: Detests Tatsuzou, and is only assisting him out of self-preservation.

!!Captain Togashi

Head of the Kounan police force, and Katsuya's top superior in the department. He, along with other top officials, is a member of the New World Order. Unlike the others, however, he is unable to hear Gozen's voice -- perhaps a sign of his wavering loyalty to them. He once worked alongside Katsuya's father.

* TheAtoner: [[spoiler:Togashi was the one who betrayed Katsya's father, allowing him to take the fall for his crimes]].
* ConspicuousTrenchcoat: His attire while serving as an informant. A rather PaperThinDisguise, but still...
* DaChief
* HeelFaceTurn
* MrExposition: The {{Infodump}} he provides is equal to Okamura's in the previous game. That is to say, ''not'' small.
* MysteriousInformant
* [[spoiler:RedemptionEqualsDeath: Shot by Shimazu]] shortly after explaining the nature of Gozen and the NWO.

!!Administrator Shimazu

Katusya's direct superior in the Kounan department, and lieutenant to Captain Togashi. He dislikes Katsuya by association, as his father was disgraced and expelled from the force.

* DirtyCop: All-around scumbag.
* EvilCounterpart: To Katsuya.
* ForeheadOfDoom
* GasLeakCoverup: Dismisses the Sanitarium fire as a "gas explosion".
* {{Gonk}}: The dev team couldn't have made him more ornery if they'd tried.
* TheMole: Obstructing the JOKER investigation and feeding information straight to Tatsuzou Sudou himself.
* ObstructiveBureaucrat
* SmugSnake: The English localization even gave him the voice of one.
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[[folder: Minor NPCs]]
!!Akinari Kashihara

The father of Jun Kurosu, and a World History teacher at Seven Sisters High School. His charming personality made him an idol among his students in Seven Sisters, including Junko Kurosu, former-"Miss Sevens" and local celebrity, and Maya Okamura, a fellow History teacher who admired him as a genius. Akinari was troubled over the idea that the current world history is actually incorrect. He met with Tatsuya Sudou, who had been rambling about voices in his head. Akinari was convinced that Sudou was channeling the voices of Mayans, and with the cooperation of Okamura, they produced the Oracle of Maia. Intrigued by the revelations from the Oracle, Akinari worked on writing a book of prophecies, ''In-Lak'ech''.

He married Junko after the latter's graduation. Together they had a son, Jun. However, the marriage did not prove to be a blissful one, as Junko began to miss her life as a celebrity. Sometime later, Akinari mets his death inside Seven Sister's clock tower when he fell and was crushed by the gears. His ghost is rumored to be haunting the clock tower to this day. As happens with all rumors, his ghost does indeed appear to Tatsuya at the start of ''Innocent Sin''.

In ''Eternal Punishment'', the timeline has been changed so that Akinari is still alive and married to Junko.

* AsianAndNerdy: A meek history teacher in a pullover vest -- a far cry from Nyarlathotep's version of him.
* ConspiracyTheorist: Okamura beats him out for this title, but not by much.
* DeathByOriginStory
* HenpeckedHusband
* OurGhostsAreDifferent
* UnwittingPawn: The publication of his book.

!!Demon Artist
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An inhabitant of the Velvet Room, and the only one besides Igor who serves a function in the game. At the player's request, he will convert the Free Tarot cards into any other arcana card, except for Fool and minor arcana.

* AuthorAvatar: A fairly obvious self-insertion by Kazuma Kaneko, whose inimitable concept art can be seen throughout the ''[[ShinMegamiTensei Megaten]]'' 'verse.
* BadassLongcoat
* MadArtist: A rare non-evil example.
* PermaStubble
* SunglassesAtNight: He wears shades despite the already dim light of the room. This may be a handicap similar to what the other denizens of the Velvet Room employ to concentrate on their roles.

!!Belladonna
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First seen as a background character in the first ''Persona'', she is the soprano who is accompanied with Nameless. She covers her ears with her hair in order to concentrate on her performance.

* AscendedExtra: Like Nameless, this character was spotted as background dressing in the original ''Persona''[='s=] Velvet Room. Both of them get lines of dialogue in [=P2=], though nothing they have to say is of any relevance.
* AnimeHair
* AtTheOperaTonight
* TheChanteuse
* SkunkStripe
* UncannyValleyMakeup
* VerbalTic: Her dialog is entirely sung in stanzas.

!!Nameless/Nanashi

A pianist in suite who plays various pieces on a gigantic grand piano. In order to concentrate on performance, he covers his eyes. Nameless also has an obsession with numbering, which is parodied in the ''Persona 2'' Drama CD.

* DominoMask
* MadMathematician: Has an obsession with numbering.
* OlderThanTheyLook: This applies to the other Velvet Room tenants, also. He claims that "90,000 and 155 nights have passed" with his eyes covered, coming out to 247 years.[[note]]Minus about two months thanks to leap years.[[/note]]
* ThePianoPlayer
* ThePhilosopher: His remarks have no bearing on the story, they're merely ruminations of life, the universe and whatnot.

!!Kelly/Trish
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Trish is a gold-digging refugee from the fairy world who was exiled due to her greed. Formerly an {{NPC}} in the first ''Persona'', she has noticeably aged in ensuing years (as Kei will attest). Trish maintains a HealingSpring at which the party can heal, generally found in every dungeon, in each of the ''Persona 2'' games. Despite her sweet-natured appearance, Trish is notorious for being selfish, greedy, and charging outlandish prices for her healing services. While restoring in town generally costs a few thousand yen, Trish tends to charge a few dozen thousand. Should the player refuse, she'll generally tell them to go and die for all she cares.

* AdamSmithHatesYourGuts: Not only does she charge obscene prices for (probably) much-needed HP replenishment, but the cost goes '''up''' each time you heal. This is why it's better to spend your money on Beads, or one of the healing shops in the city.
* AgeInappropriateDress
* BrattyHalfPint
* {{Catchphrase}}: "This world is give and take!"
* CleavageWindow
* HospitalHottie
* IgnoredEpiphany: You can spread a rumor to give Trish a [[HeelRealization crisis of conscience]] and lower her prices. But she'll just drive them right back up again.
* LightIsNotGood: Fairy? Baofu thinks she's closer to a demon.
* OurFairiesAreDifferent
* PinkMeansFeminine
* TokenMiniMoe
* [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You Gotta Have Green Hair]]

!!Tammy/Tamaki Uchida
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A returning NPC from the original ''Persona'', as well as protagonist of ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIf...''. Tamaki is now in college, and works part-time in the Kuzunoha Detective Agency as an assistant to Daisuke Todoroki and also a Devil Summoner. She handles the mail-in magazine prizes for the party, and in one occasion, Tamaki will dress up as a cat burglar along with Satomi Tadashi (who is now her fiance), helping the party to rescue the schoolchildren trapped deep inside the burning Sky Museum.

In ''Eternal Punishment'', Tamaki still works at the Kuzunoha Detective Agency. She is also hiding a money-hungry {{Catgirl}} demon in the bathroom, who uses the giant fortune cat in the office as a facade to ask for handouts. Tamaki reprises her role of handling the mail-in magazine contest entries for the party. Off-hand, she expresses concern for her fiancée, who has been missing because of assassination threats from sources unknown.

* ClassyCatBurglar: In a true BigLippedAlligatorMoment.
* NoAccountingForTaste: Meta example. Due to many fans of the game considering her boyfriend to be TheScrappy, this trope is in effect for the fanbase. The fact he does not show up at all in ''Eternal Punishment'' is pretty much confirmed to be a blatant FandomNod.

!!Satomi "Tad" Tadashi

Another returning NPC from the first ''Persona'', Tad works at the Kuzunoha office with his girlfriend, Tammy. Due to [[TheScrappy general dislike]] of the character from fans, Tad does not appear in ''Eternal Punishment'', having gone on the run from "assassins" according to Tammy.

* AuthorAvatar: Why, it's none other than Satomi Tadashi himself, Scenario Director for ''Persona 2''.
* IdiotHero
* NegatedMomentOfAwesome
* PluckyComicRelief
* SharpDressedMan
* SpoiledBrat: He is heir to the giant Satomi Tadashi supermarket chain.

!!Saeko Smith/Saeko Takami

A returning character from the first ''Persona''. Ms. Saeko returns in ''Persona 2: Innocent Sin'' as the homeroom teacher of Tatsuya Suou, having transfered to Seven Sisters High School along with Vice-Principal Hanya. She is still admired by both students and former students alike.

Saeko makes it her mission to help Tatsuya Suou find direction in his life. She is well-intentioned but relentless, even staking out his motorcycle so she can give him a pep talk. The [[DialogueTree dialogue trees]] that ensue later play a minor role in the game's narrative. She assists the party in removing the curse on Seven Sisters High School. Saeko plays a much smaller role in ''Eternal Punishment''. She is interviewed by Maya Amano early in the game regarding the JOKER.

* CoolTeacher
* HotTeacher
* NonGivingUpSchoolGuy: No getting away from her, it seems. It's pretty impressive how she stakes out Tatsuya's motorcycle.
* WeirdnessMagnet: Saeko even [[LampshadeHanging comments on this]] at the beginning of ''Eternal Punishment''.

!!"Chunky"/Kenta "Toro" Yokouchi

Another returning character from the first Persona, Kenta is a fish connoisseur and rumormonger who found success by using his Persona (despite, or perhaps because of, his Persona being penis demon Mara). He gives advice to fellow St. Hermerlin alumni Reiji Kido, whose Persona has only hampered his success. He is usually found at Gatten Sushi, and like the other rumormongers, is willing to exchange rumors with the party.

* BadassBystander: According to an NPC in ''Eternal Punishment'', he knocked out a man possessed by the Joker curse with one punch.
* KnowledgeBroker

!!Steven Silverman

Lisa Silverman's father, a naturalized American who works in the Foreign Currency Exchange. He absolutely loves Japan, and as a result is often seen wearing a yukata out of season. Mr. Silverman implements a home life that matches a typical Japanese family's to the dot; even raising his daughter to become [[YamatoNadeshiko an ideal Japanese lady]]. He only appears in ''Innocent Sin'', handing out prizes if the party enters and wins one of the magazine sweepstakes.

* TheAhnold: Everything about him, from the ponytail to his practice of Aikido, is a deliberate spoof of Steven Seagal.
* BadassNormal: While him fighting is not shown offscreen, he's able to kick Nazi asses alone. He certainly uses the Aikido skills he learned for being a Japanese Otaku well.
* GoodParents: Played with. Despite the fact that he tried making Lisa become a YamatoNadeshiko against her will, other than that one quirk, he clearly loves his daughter, is not at all abusive, and even entrusts the party with her safety.
* OutdatedOutfit
* UnclePennybags: Quirks aside, he gives Lisa a fat annual allowance.

!!Miyabi Hanakouji

A second-year Seven Sisters High School student and classmate of Lisa. She works on the school newspaper, and is dating Eikichi Mishina, doubling as a groupie of sorts for the band "Gas Chamber". In ''Innocent Sin'', she was nicknamed "Hanaji" (nosebleed) / "Kozy" and was overweight because of an embarrassing event. In ''Eternal Punishment'', she makes a small cameo inside Gas Chamber but nothing more.

* ComfortFood: She ballooned in her teen years, partly due to guilt over what was done to Eikichi.
* DistressedDamsel: Sugimoto takes her hostage in a ploy to lure Eikichi out.
* FatGirl
** FormerlyFat: In ''Eternal Punishment'', she remains trim and is Eikichi's girlfriend.
* NoDoubtTheYearsHaveChangedMe: Eikichi doesn't even recognize Miyabi due to her weight gain. Being the [[BigDamnHeroes Big Damn Hero]] he is, though, he doesn't care in the least.

!!Matsuoka

Kei Nanjou's current butler and bodyguard. He seems surly and distant, which is a far cry to how Kei's relationship with the late Yamaoka was before. But the truth is that Matsuoka is actually diligently looking out for Kei's welfare, making sure that his young master becomes the #1 man in Japan as promised.

* BattleButler: He inherited this role from Yamaoka.
* LanternJawOfJustice
* TheStoic: He does smile, just not often. When nobody is looking.
* WaistcoatOfStyle

!!Mizuno
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Editor-In-Chief of Coolest, Maya Amano's immediate superior. Mizuno seems to despise Maya so much that she goes as far as to discard a meaningful article that the latter wrote about the "Rumored Student", breaks her up with partner Yukino Mayuzumi during the assignment at Sevens in ''Eternal Punishment'', and also rescinds her day off. The in-game bio describes her as "30-something and still not married". She only mellows out after Sumaru City becomes the Ameno Torifune.

* BrawnHilda
* ChristmasCake: Heavily implied.
* DaEditor
* GreenEyedMonster: She is envious of Maya's youth and looks.
* MeanBoss: Her {{Dialogue Tree}}s are lose-lose situations. If you examine the chart in her office, Maya notes that sales are dropping; that might explain the boss' mood.
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!! Shiori Miyashiro
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A police officer in the Kounan Police Department who knows Katsuya Suou and the Suou brothers' father, she attempts to track down the mysterious serial killer known as JOKER. Her actions would lead her to eventually meet Tatsuya Suou and become the major part of his story in Tatsuya's scenario.

* AnatomyOfTheSoul: [[spoiler:After her body is possessed, her self is broken into all the pieces that made up her being and were spread out amongst the Kadath Mandala.]]
* [[spoiler:EvilCounterpart: Her shadow is ''not'' this. With everything that made up her self no longer influencing it, and while it is mentally unstable and erratic, deep down it's still the same woman who wanted to help Tatsuya and says she is sorry to him before returning to a Trapezohedron.]]
* DemonicPossession: [[spoiler:Possessed by a Wendigo in the second part of Tatsuya's scenario due to a failed attempt by Kandori and the NWO to artificially give her a Persona]].
* InnocentCohabitation: Lets Tatsuya stay at her place before and during the story.
* InTheBack: [[spoiler:Shiori's shadow attempts to stab Maya from behind when she takes physical form.]]
* HospitalSurprise: Wakes up in a hospital at the end of part three [[spoiler:and is visited by Anna. Who tells her the Suou brothers brought her there]].
* [[MalevolentMaskedMan Malevolent Masked Woman]]: [[spoiler:Shiori's shadow. Eventually, her mask breaks to reveal [[NothingIsScarier nothing is there]]]].
* NeverGotToSayGoodbye: [[spoiler:Tatsuya had already gone to the Other Side by the time she had awakened]].
* RefusalOfTheCall: Played the Persona game with her brother when she was younger, but refused to go through with it and receive a Persona. Even to this day, she rejects Philemon's attempts to awaken her to her power.
* {{Revenge}}: Against JOKER [[spoiler:for the death of her little brother]].

!! Lieutenant General Zula
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A talking Abyssinian feline that belongs to the Ulthar Cat Forces, Zula is requested by Randolph Carter to aid the party through their journey of the Kadath Mandala.

* ArchEnemy: Mentions that the Ulthar tribe wage war on the terrible Zoog tribe.
* {{CommonRanks}}
* MeaningfulName: Zula is the same name of a female cat that is theroized to be the parent of the Abyssinian breed.
* MilitarySalute: Salutes the characters when he meets and leaves them. [[spoiler:Only Katsuya salutes back]].
* MrExposition: Spend much of his role telling the characters the story behind the mythical beings or their role in man's subconscious.
* OffscreenTeleportation: A master of this. When he moved his tail, they ended up where the Trapezohedron of Knowledge was at, and he always disappears before battles and reappears afterwards.
* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: He tends to speak in English whenever he gives out a military command, such as "Ten-hut" or "Move".
* TalkingAnimal

!! Chandraputra [[spoiler:/Randolph Carter]]
A legendary Persona user known by Igor. He travels across time and space through mankind's consciousness. He holds the Silver Key needed to open the gate to the Kadath Mandala. He requests that Tatsuya and the party attain the trapezohedron that belonged to his apprentice Randolph Carter. [[spoiler:He is in fact Randolph Carter himself, having lost his emotions and keeping his sense of self through sheer force of will.]]

* [[spoiler:BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy: Randolph Carter is a legendary Persona user]].
* {{Determinator}}: Has been [[spoiler:able to keep his current form ''through sheer force of will''.]]
* [[spoiler:[[EmotionlessGirl Emotionless Man]]: Nyarlathotep has his Trapezohedron of Emotion.]]
* HumanoidAbomination: Looks human at first glance, but if one looks closely, they can tell that his [[spoiler:face and beard is masklike]].
* TimeTravel: Mentioned by Igor to travel through time and space.

!! Eleven Holders of the Trapezohedrons
Eleven Entities which hold the fragmented parts of [[spoiler:Shiori's]] self that are found in the world of subconscious, Kadath Mandala. Each one resides in a tower inside the realm, [[spoiler:with Nyarlathotep in the last tower and holding the Trapezohedron that contains Shiori's shadow]].

* AdaptiveAbility: Umr-At-Tawil gets stronger each time he resurrects.
* AnotherDimension: Umr-At-Tawil sends those who cross him into other dimensions where their fate is unknown.
* BlobMonster: Umr-At-Tawil appears as some form of white blob with a shimmering veil around it and a orb at its center.
* {{Buddhism}}: Sakya wishes for the party to spread its teachings.
* CardCarryingVillain: Azazel starts boasting after Zula reveals his past as a Fallen Angel.
* {{Cult}}: Dagon converts those who listen to him [[GoMadFromTheRevelation speak]] to become a member of Cthulhu's cult.
* {{Curse}}: The one Izanami began in the past has long since disappeared.
* EldritchAbomination: The Old One is this. Thankfully he isn't evil or violent.
* EmotionSuppression: Izanami wears a mask to suppress her emotions until she is ready to meet Izanagi again.
* EverythingsSquishierWithCephalopods: Cthulhu has his SMTII design [[spoiler:and thankfully without the [[GagPenis penis tongue]]]].
* [[GodInHumanForm God In Avatar Form]]: Nodens is revealed to be a avatar of Philemon.
* {{Hinduism}}: Virochana speaks about Atman and Brahman in his philosophy parts.
* HornyDevils: Azazel expresses interest in Maya.
* HumbleHero: Sakya speaks humbly to the group.
* InappropriateHunger: Old One is hungry when the party meets it [[spoiler:and Maya makes it leave while leaving the trapezohedron behind by giving it canned crab]].
* KungFuJesus: Sakya
* LivingDream: Cthulhu is implied to be him in his dreams, since his body is actually in R'lyeh.
* LoveHurts: Izanami no longer feels hatred towards Izanagi, and both it and her curse faded long ago. Yet she can never be with him, since he is in the heavens.
* MadnessMantra: The other side effect of Dagon's speech. It causes everyone to speak R'lyehian.
* NotAsYouKnowThem: Most of the demons are simply the product of the human mind and not the real deal. This explains why they don't act like they do in mythology, such as Angra Mainyu.
* NoodleIncident: Umr-At-Tawil only attacks people who do things behind his back when in his realm. It's never shown ''what'' the characters did that caused him to attack.
* ThePhilosopher: Many of the demons not fought tend to speak about philosophy. The ones who do are Virochana, Sakya, Angra Mainyu, Nodens, and Izanami.
* IRejectYourReality: Tatsuya and the rest reject the prophecy of Cthulhu one day taking over the world.
* ResurrectiveImmortality: Umr-At-Tawil cannot be killed for good, since he is the barrier between the conscious and subconscious. If he died, then there would be no self for mankind.
* SeaMonster: Both Dagon and Cthulhu.
* TheStarsAreGoingOut: Nodens mentions that only a [[ThePowerOfFriendShip life]] [[ThePowerOfLove of]] [[{{HappyEnding}} happiness]] keeps the heat death of the universe from happening, so people should live live to the fullest.
* TheUnpronounceable: Dagon and Cthulhu speak R'lyehian. [[spoiler:So do Katsuya and Ulala when they listen to Dagon speak]].
* WhatIsEvil: Angra Mainyu questions what is good and evil in his Tower of Ethics.

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