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Persona 4 Golden

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Submitted by: David K.

List of Numbers to Use on a Certain Site:
Written by Fat Mac

For those cultured degenerates. 
Some overlap as they contain multiple girls.

All Numbers

-=Chie Satonaka=-

-=Yukiko Amagi=-

-=Rise Kujikawa=-

-=Naoto Shirogane=-



How to Unlock the Secret Boss Fight:
Written by Lemonov

Guide to Fullfill All of the Unlock Requrements

This short guide explains how to unlock a secret boss fight on your NG+ playthrough. 
Beating this boss unlocks One Who Has Proven Their Power achievement. This secret 
boss is way harder to unlock than the ones in P3 and P5, but it will be pretty 
simple if you don't forget to fulfill all of the requirements for it.

Keep in mind that this boss can only be fought if your previous playthrough's clear 
data was recorded after you have cleared the game with the Golden Ending.

I explained how to get the Golden Ending here.

You can't fight this boss on your first playthrough, so this guide implies that 
you have already cleared the game once and aren't afraid of spoilers.
 I will still try to keep the spoilers as minor as possible.

-=Be on the Golden Ending Path
Fulfill of the requirements to reach the Golden Ending of the game once again on 
this playthrough.

-=Beat Every Dungeon's Second Optional Boss
After you clear a TV World dungeon and move on with the story you can return to it 
to find another boss at the same place where you have beaten the first one (on the 
final floor of each dungeon). Every dungeon you cleared has it.

This boss is more challenging than the first one each dungeon has, but since 
you'll be on NG+ it shouldn't be much of a problem.

You must beat every single second boss before you finish Magatsu Inaba dungeon.

-=Reach Rank 10 on Margaret's Social Link
Max Margaret's S. Link before you finish Magatsu Inaba dungeon as well. This entire S. 
Link can be done as fast as a single day if you have the personas Margaret asks you 
to fuse.

-=Create Savefiles You Can Use if You Screw Something Up
Make a savefile during Magatsu Inaba dungeon and another one before doing anything 
on 03/20. This way you won't have to start your playthrough all over again if you 
mess up.

-=Do a Specific Set of Actions on 03/20
On this date after you meet Izanami, do not enter the TV World. 
This is extremely important.

Instead go into the Velvet Room and recieve an Invitation Card from Margaret. You 
won't recieve it if you visit the Velvet Room after you enter the TV World. If it 
doesn't happen then it must mean that you have messed something up, so go and 
reload one of the savefiles I told you to make before. This would be still better 
than beating the game again from the beginning.

After you do so you are now free to enter the TV World. But after you do so, do not 
challenge Izanami now. Prepare your best personas and party members, and instead 
go to the top of the Heaven dungeon to fight the secret boss! This is the hardest 
boss in the game, so be as ready as you possibly can. Beating it will unlock the 
One Who Has Proven Their Power achievement.

Tips and Tricks for Beginners:
Some of you might be playing this game for the first time ever, so this guide will 
provide you with some tips that can help you out on your first playthough. Of course, 
the ultimate tip is to have fun.

-=Non Battle Tips=-
As standard in most RPGs, it’s not always fights and dungeon crawling – Persona really 
wants you to focus on your social life as well, whether it to be hanging out with your 
friends, maintaining your academic grades, and even having to work a few places to 
get money. 

Here are a few things you should remember while you’re out an about:

Passing Time: If you haven’t realized already, Golden is broken up throughout an entire 
year, and you only have that year to essentially complete all you want. Days are broken 
up into three sections, Morning, Afternoon/School, and Evening, where you as a player 
(except in scripted days) have free reign to do whatever the game allows you to do. 
However, you should prioritize doing certain events that either raise your social stats 
(Courage, Knowledge, Expression, Understanding and Diligence), and Social Links, which 
I will get into in the next section. Social Stats are an essential thing to work on, 
and is necessary to progress in Social Links and as well as unlock certain dialogue 
choices. Although there are many actions that can help you increase certain stats 
(such as studying at night to gain Knowledge points, reading certain books, or working 
at certain jobs or certain activities) – the most efficient way to gain points in at 
least three of these stats in by doing the Aiya Diner Beef Bowl Challenge on rainy 
days, which can prove to save plenty of time, and gives you that time that would be 
spent on raising those stats individually to be spent on other activities.

Social Links and You: Social Links are a system introduced from Persona 3 onwards that 
allows the protagonist to create bonds (represented by Tarot cards) with certain NPCs, 
which grants access to side stories, mostly dealing with personal struggles, which you 
can help with. Each social link is branched out from Rank 1 all the way to Rank 10, 
with ten being the max level. Compared to Persona 5, where completing a social link 
would provide extra gameplay elements, Persona 4 Golden’s Social Links are mostly only 
there to be granted access to create the Ultimate Pokemon Persona of that Social Link, 
and to have extra content to look at.
As you progress with these Social Links, there might be times where you need to
 respond to the stuff they say to you. Depending on how you respond, the Links may be 
pleased with your answer, and will grant you bonus “music notes” that will pop over 
their heads. Collect enough of these music notes in one session will make the person 
want to immediately progress with the next rank next time you seek them out – instead 
of having to spend time with them first to collect the “music notes” that you missed 
out on.

Most importantly, make sure you have a corresponding Persona that matches with a 
Link’s Arcana!

For example, having a Devil Arcana Persona in your repitoire as you progress through 
the Devil Social Link for example will grant you even more bonus music notes – which 
will make them more likely to want to progress through their social link without 
having to spend extra days hanging out with them beforehand.

-=Battle Tips=-
Of course, let’s now delve into some tips for the dungeon crawler sections of 
the game:

Don’t be afraid to turn the difficulty down! Play how you want!

Although the game’s combat is definitely allows plenty of time for players to think 
about their next move, some enemies, especially in the later dungeons with their multi-
target spells, might give you a hard time, and can even be what can make you lose 
progress down the line – especially if you forget to save. The magic of Persona 4 
Golden’s difficulty options is that it can be tailored to exactly how you want it to be. 
Want the feeling of a challenge without sacrificing Gold and EXP gains? Change it all 
within the settings menu!

Prioritize your health over others!

Most arguably, the least favorite thing that most people will probably mention about 
the Persona games is the fact that if you, the protagonist, falls in battle, it will 
be an instant game over! In the event when you have to either risk your teammate or 
the protagonist falling, risk the former instead! You can always revive them when 
necessary as you cannot revive yourself! (at least in harder difficulties)
Be careful when opening too many chests!

In all dungeons, opening too many chests (over 21) will spawn a chest that the game 
will explain to you that it contains something dangerous inside. It will also rattle 
and make a sound of swinging chains. Of course, listen to it! It’ll spawn an enemy 
that will give you a battle that you definitely will not win! Save it for late game!

-=Lastly, fuse, fuse, fuse!=-
As much as how cool some Persona designs look, you’ll find yourself struggling in later 
dungeons if you do not fuse them into stronger personas! Don’t get attached, fuse up 
your skills, priortize attack spells along with buffs/debuffs skills, fuse things of 
the Arcanas you have a high S. Link statuses to give them more EXP per fusion, which 
can make learning new skills from their skill list take less time!

How to Fight Secret Boss:
Written by mdesaleah

Simple guide for players to access the hardest boss in the game.

-=Step By Step Requirements=-

* New Game Plus is required. Cannot be accessed on a first run.
* The Empress social link must be completed. Margaret's request need to be completed 
  in the run you wish to fight her in (if you have all 10 requests saved in the 
  compendium, this should be pretty simple).
* Every optional boss in each dungeon must be defeated (every time you clear a dungeon 
  a new shadow appears at the top. You need to defeat every single one).
* You need to be going for the True Ending by March 30.
* When Igor gifts the Orb of Sight item, go back into the Velvet Room. 
  Margaret should give you a secret request.
* Climb the Heaven dungeon again. Once you reach the top, you can fight the 
  hardest challenge in the game.

How to Make Perfect Food (Preparing Box-Lunches):
Written by MetalHeadSpartan 

A guide to choosing the correct instructions when preparing Box-Lunches. Choosing 
the right options will make the food perfect and increase your social link stats 
with a classmate of your choice the following day.

-=Perfect Cooking Instructions=-
* Broiled Fish Wrap it tightly.
* California Rolls Mix and cool simultaneously.
* Carrot & Burdock Add soy sauce and mirin.
* Chakin Sushi Thinned eggs.
* Cream Stew Dump in all the cold milk.
* Croquettes High.
* Curry Simmer.
* Daigaku-Imo Deep fry them.
* Fried Chicken Potato starch.
* Ginger Pork Score it with a knife.
* Grilled Fish Strong heat but from far away.
* Gyoza Use Olive oil.
* Hamburgers Cut a hole and look for juice.
* Kakuni Mirin, sugar & sake.
* Marinated Spinach Strain it.
* Meat Stew Simmer with a dropped lid.
* Mentaiko Pasta Mayonnaise.
* Oden Keep on a low flame and don't boil.
* Potato Salad Smash while still hot.
* Pudding Vanilla extract.
* Sweet & Sour Pork Potato starch.
* Tonkatsu Flour, egg, then panko.
* Vichyssoise Add lots of milk.
* Yakiniku Bento Use soy sauce.

Not only will perfect meals net you more Social link points. Making five will also 
net you a nice achievement if you're into that completionist stuff.

How to Level Up and Farm Money (Fastest Way):
Written by EgoKill13

I saw this method in a forum and i wanted to share this. In order to make this more 
fast and efficient we are going to use golden hands, because they give you a 
ridiculously big mount of EXP and Money (this guide is specially helpful if you want 
to complete the compendium ASAP).

First of all, the best place to farm golden hands is in the fifth dungeon Secret 
Laboratory. In this dungeon you´ll have to go to the sixth floor. This floor is not 
random like the majority of the floors in Persona 4, so if you go straight forward 
in this floor, you are always going to find 3 shadows, and if none of these shadows 
is a golden hand, you are going to go to fifth floor and go to the sixth again until 
a golden hand come up. If you´re lucky, you are going to fight 4 of them, earning 
60.000 EXP and 40.000-50.000 if you kill them all.

You´ll have to go with only one partner in order to gain the most ammount of EXP 
and Money and have a Persona with an Almighty skill (Megido, Megidola or Megidolaon) 
toatie is a good one if you have low level (You can Upgrade Megido to Megidola with 
a Skill Up in a Shuffle Time) but Trumpeter is also a Good option. You´ll have to 
Buff the MC and Debuff the hands if you are not doing enough damage or failing 
attacks. I Personally recommend Chie if you haven´t beat this dungeon yet, because 
she can do Critical hits. But if you´re doing this after the dungeon Naoto is way 
better since you´ll have 2 Almighty Atacks per turn.

Remember that if you dont attack and only uses buffs/debuffs skills or guard, 
Golden Hands dont run away in the first turn.

The SP will be a problem because to recover it you´ll have to pay a lot of money, 
here are some tips to make the grinding more efficient:

Maximaze the Social Link of Hermit. The Fox is going to give you discounts (60 yen 
per Sp in Rank 1 and 15 yen per Sp in Rank 10).
Get a Persona With an Almighty Skill And Spell Master or an Skill to recover Sp 
(This is tricky tho, because the personas that have these skills have mostly high 

If you havent maximazed the hermit S-Link and dont have another way to restore Sp 
than the fox, dont worry, in my current playthrough i didn't do the S-link and 
didnt have any other way to restore Sp than the fox, you can do this the times 
you want anyway but you´re going to spend a lot of money.

How to Get Victory Cry:
Written by Monsterdagger

It is recommended to do this as early as possible, since this fusion relies on you 
not having a high Social Link Rank with Star.

-=Why Victory Cry?=-
Victory Cry can be very useful for the Protagonist, since it allows you to get all of 
your HP and SP back instantly after winning any battle. This is awesome if your Personas
uses up a lot of HP or SP when using skills, such as Hassou Tobi, Morning Star, e.t.c.

-=June 24th=-
It is recommended to do this on June 24th, since there is a Fusion Forecast that allows 
a fusion skill to change on this day when fusing Personas. If you don’t plan on doing 
it on this day, it should be done ASAP since this guide relies on you having a low Social 
Link rank with the Star.

-=Kaiwan Fusion=-
* To start, you’re going to want to be at least level 24 and be on the previously 
  mentioned Forecast day that changes a random skill during fusion, such as June 24th.
* Save The Game
* Fuse A Kaiwan (It Is Recommended To Do It With A Fresh Ukobach And Ghoul)
* See If Tetrakarn Changes To Victory Cry
* If Tetrakarn Does Not Change To Victory Cry, Reload To Last Save
* Reload Save If You Didn’t Get Victory Cry

This could take some time, I’ve seen other people be more lucky than others with this 
sort of thing, and I have tried other ways of doing this but it can be kind of complicated. 
I find it easier to start early in the game, since the process goes faster without more 
skills being added from the Star Social Link bonus when fusing, as mentioned before in 
the guide.

-=Enjoy Your Victory Cry=-
Having Victory Cry this early in the game can be very useful in the late game when you’re 
fusing some overpowered Personas, such as Yoshitsune, or when you want to fuse anything 
at all that you want to have Victory Cry.

Deadline List:
Written by  Permit Hurple

These dates are how much time you have before a game over.

* 4/29.
* 6/4.
* 7/9.
* 8/12.
* 10/5.
* 11/20.
* 12/24.

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