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Persona Users

Kiriko Ikeda - The Magician

Played By: Maya Kumashiro

  • Rich Bitch: She's definitely rich (or she was) and definitely snotty, but downright sadistic may be a little much, but has evil streak.

Kozue Kondo - The High Priestess

Played By: Reira

  • Distressed Damsel: She's been kidnapped or imperiled more times than she cares to count.
  • 11th-Hour Superpower: Kozue attains Mudo (Dark) offensive skills when she finally learns to love herself - around ten minutes before the game ends.
Maeko Akuba - The Empress

  • The Resenter: A naturally slow girl with no real talent and lacking the ability to speak in a school meant for the extremely gifted and the cream of society? This was inevitable.
  • Wound That Will Not Heal: Her hands since her shadow, she picks at them as a nervous habit.

Keiichi Ito - The Emperor

Played By: Keiichi Maebara

  • Beware the Nice Ones: Who'd have expected friendly ol' Keiichi to have a crazy, controlling dictator for a repressed personality?
  • BFS: The 'S' stands for shield. It's taller than two or three of his teammates.

Kai Yamada - The Hierophant

Played By: Noriyuki Izuna

  • Gayngst: Averted. Kai is completely comfortable with his sexuality and won't allow others to treat him badly about it.
  • Hidden Depths: Don't let the sewing and fashion fool you, he also really likes baseball.
  • Motor Mouth: Talks fast if gets asked on sewing, or his family, or his new boyfriend.
  • Yamato Nadeshiko: An ex-boyfriend-turned-bully (long story) gave him the nickname "Yamada Nadeshiko" because of his effeminate hobbies.

Kanaye Satou - The Lovers

Played By: Howl

Sakuraba Masami

Played By: Tsukiko Johshima

  • Does Not Like Shoes: She always wears flip flops. At one point she completely lost her balance when her outfit changed to include high-heeled boots.
  • Yamato Nadeshiko: A chaste and adorable girl who works at a shrine, loves tea, and is graceful in battle; yes, she is one.

Toru Ishinomori - The Hermit

Played By: Miharu Rokujou

  • Berserk Button: As revealed in Seiko's dungeon, disregarding one's own natural beauty is the easiest way to get the naturally 'ugly' Toru riled up.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: He dated Kazuya and was best friends with Kanaye. He had a crush on Reizo. He willingly hangs out with Noboru. You do the math.
  • Love Hurts: Toru has had truly terrible luck in this area, but the way things end with Kazuya are particularly biting.
  • Meta Guy: Picks up on Shout Outs and references in dungeons quite cannily, and is good at spotting tropes in motion.

Toshimi Nawanaka - Wheel of Fortune

Played By: Kafuka Fuura

  • Dissonant Serenity: Her smiling gets more and more inappropriate with each new horrible situation.

Thomas Sagaki - Justice

  • Always Save the Girl: The one way in which it's obvious Tom's "I don't care about the rest of you" act is, well... an act.

Renju Sonozaki - The Hanged Man

Played By: Kouya Sakagami

  • Bithe Way: Word of God states that she's about a Kinsey 1.5. Has shown a passing interest in both Kiriko and Masami.
  • Buddhism: She sort-of-converts prior to her dungeon. Her dungeon steals and twists a lot of concepts from it.
  • Emotionless Girl: Somewhere between this, The Stoic, and the Tin Man.
  • Ill Girl: Borderline, not that she particularly shows it most of the time.

Kouchisei "Kou" Oubai - Death

Played By: Nozomu Itoshiki

  • Ho Yay: Which he is none too pleased about.

Seiko Yukizaki - Temperance

Played By: Milly Ashford

  • Camp: She caused the glitter explosion.

Kazuya Arai - The Devil

Played By: Yoite
Reizo Shirai - The Tower

Played By: Heine Rammsteiner

  • Dye Hard: He's been bleaching his hair white for so long that nobody remembers what his natural color even looks like.
  • Even the Guys Want Him: Here's looking at you, Toru.
  • Gag Penis: If #4 is to be believed.
Yoshimi Tachibana - The Star

Played by: Hana Adachi and others.

  • Cute Clumsy Girl: Falls down the stairs, locks herself in a storage closet, runs into a desk, falls out of a tree, burns herself while roasting marshmallows, gets stuck in multiple vending machines, and shoots herself with a nail gun.

Isao Shimohama - The Moon

  • The Mad Hatter: Aware people think he's crazy, but sees no issue about it with himself. Cracking jokes in between mood swings is likely to happen.
  • Mood-Swinger: And yes, the mood swings. Mostly drifting between the extremes of a high-on-life happy state and an angered or irritated state when something doesn't go his way.

Misaki Aoi - The Sun

Played By: Lacus Clyne

The Sweet Couch - The World


Kei Sato

Shingo Furukawa

Played By: Yukimura Sanada

Kajiko Yamaguchi

  • Catchphrase: She has two: "Because it's the Tea Club." and "All according to plan." Both also serve as Shout Outs.
  • Ill Girl: She's out sick frequently, hence her infrequent (and late) appearance in the game.
  • Spot of Tea: She's the president of the school's Tea Ceremony Club.

    Suzume Suzuki

  • Cool Big Sis: Attempts to be one to everyone in the school.

Noriko Kojima

Kouki Yoshida

Gendou Retsu

Noboru Takagi

Isamu Sugiyama

Kenjiro Ito

  • Amazingly Embarrassing Parent: As the gym teacher, he's in charge of the school's sex ed unit. Including the one for his son's class.
  • Bumbling Dad: He's Keiichi's father. Not that he does a great job of it...

Kiyoshi Akiyama

  • Cargo Ship: Kiyoshi/Microwave.
  • Demoted to Extra: He was originally slated to be the Star arcana Persona-user before Yoshimi was introduced. Now he just fills up a desk in one of the classrooms.

    The Bear

  • Bears Are Bad News

    The Angels

Played By: Kabuto Yakushi, Hanataro Yamada, etc...

The Gossipers

Played By: Meru Otonashi, Kaere Kimura, Harumi Fujiyoshi, and Nami Hito

  • Lethal Chef: Subverted. #4 can cook perfectly well, but she's too lazy to, most of the time.


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