Check Out Margaret, Theo, Elizabeth, and Marie from Persona Q

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Atlus has revealed yet another batch of character trailers for Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth.

Featured below, the new trailers include the characters Elizabeth, Theo, Margaret, and Marie. You’ll also get a look at the fusion system within the game.

Fusion Tutorial

In Persona Q, “Fusion” is the process of combining two or more Personas in order to create a new, stronger one. Although this has been a feature in previous Persona titles, Margaret has a new technique up her sleeve …


When your party’s health levels are low, you might want to consider visiting the Nurse’s Office. Elizabeth will cure even the deepest of wounds, but that comes at a price, of course. If you’re feeling extra adventurous, she’s one of the characters you can also go for quests.


Margaret spends most of her time in the Velvet Room. She can help you and your party out by handling the Fusion process and strengthening your Personas. You can go to her for XP boosts or skill extraction for any Personas as well.


Marie does what Marie does best: chewing gum and writing awful poems. Nah, she actually does more than that. She handles all of the StreetPass functionality made possible on the 3DS. You can thank her for any Personas you exchange with your fellow Persona Q players.


Theodore is mainly in charge of running the Workshop, where you can purchase various weapons and items. You can also sell him any materials dropped by Shadows, which he can weld into more weapons, armors, and items. The best part of visiting his Workshop, however, is seeing him in his lovely pink apron. You’ll get a glimpse of it soon.

Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth is coming to North America on November 25th and in Europe on November 28th.



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