Persona 3 portable dating fuuka

Persona 3 portable dating fuuka

During school and excursions into Tartarus , Fuuka wears her Gekkoukan High uniform with a teal green turtleneck that has flower patterns and white tights. On weekends and days off, she wears a black turtleneck underneath a light green poncho with a yellow flower pattern, a long faded jade-green skirt knee-length in the movie and Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight , black legging, and black slippers. She is usually seen wearing her turtleneck outfits, except during days off in the summer when she wears a bright aqua green sundress, the beach excursion in Yakushima, the Summer Festival where she wears her yukata, the brief school trip in Kyoto where she is wearing a bathrobe, and New Year's Day at the nearby Shrine where she wears her kimono.

Yukari, Fuuka, Mitsuru, Yuko, or Chihiro?

During school and excursions into Tartarus , Fuuka wears her Gekkoukan High uniform with a teal green turtleneck that has flower patterns and white tights. On weekends and days off, she wears a black turtleneck underneath a light green poncho with a yellow flower pattern, a long faded jade-green skirt knee-length in the movie and Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight , black legging, and black slippers.

She is usually seen wearing her turtleneck outfits, except during days off in the summer when she wears a bright aqua green sundress, the beach excursion in Yakushima, the Summer Festival where she wears her yukata, the brief school trip in Kyoto where she is wearing a bathrobe, and New Year's Day at the nearby Shrine where she wears her kimono. In Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight , she wears a bright teal hoodie with orange writing that says, "FLASH," black skirt with teal-trimmed, mismatched shades of teal pattern tights, and teal and orange sneakers.

She also wears a black headphones over her ears. After 2 years, in Persona 4 Arena , she returns with her hair grown longer, but braided to the front, and her outfit consists of a white-colored sundress with sleeves, black tights, and boots. She goes out of her way to protect her from the Emperor and Empress Shadows , and the two become good friends after she returns to the real world, with Natsuki asking her to call her by her first name.

Fuuka loves computers and technology, and can almost always be seen in the dorm on her laptop. She is the type of girl who would rather stay inside connected to her computer and tinkering with electronics, rather than going outside to shop or any outside activities in general for that matter, due to her shyness. The Film Festival reveals that Fuuka is a big fan of hard science fiction i. Fuuka is often shown to be a terrible cook, and even Koromaru felt terrified when he heard she is going to prepare food for him.

However, she improves with time through her S. In her S. Link with the male protagonist , however, she doesn't get any better but eventually gets over it. While she doesn't fall in love with the female protagonist, she is shown to greatly admire her for her many talents, such as cooking and leadership. She says that she cooks to balance out her love of computers, which she believes makes her unfeminine. Despite this, she is considered to be the most feminine of the group by Junpei , who believes Yukari should act a bit more like her.

Fuuka doesn't get along with her parents very well; due most of her family being doctors, both of Fuuka's parents have an inferiority complex and so are really adamant about Fuuka keeping her grades up, ironically causing Fuuka to develop an inferiority complex herself, which resulted in her shy, withdrawn nature. Because of this, she finds living at home to be very difficult and so much prefers to live in the dorm, because there she can be of use to everyone, which is why she didn't feel like Mitsuru dragged her into their battles even though she and Yukari worried she might have.

However, this desire to be useful sometimes causes her to take enormous responsibility upon herself, such as when she won't allow anyone to search for the Hermit Shadow during the September Full Moon event, insisting that she has to find it herself. Despite this desire, Fuuka also has a deep resentment towards the Dark Hour , though she's nowhere near as vocal about it as Yukari; when Takaya Sakaki demands that the group acknowledge the "significance" that the Dark Hour has given them, Fuuka states matter-of-factly that she doesn't enjoy the group's ordeals one bit.

After Shinjiro's death, Fuuka blames herself, believing that she should have trusted her intuition and realised something wasn't right when Shinjiro said he had something to take care of on the night of the operation, as well as the fact that he died as a result of Strega 's attempt to kidnap her. Yukari and Mitsuru, however, are quick to reassure her that it's not her fault, with the latter in particular saying that she should have been the one to realise it.

Despite this reassurance, Fuuka remains depressed for most of October, and after Natsuki announces she will be transferring schools, she feels even more down since it means she will be losing another friend. Natsuki tells Fuuka that you don't get any second chances in life and if you accept things the way they are, then they'll never change. It is then Fuuka admits that she did her best to fit in because she was afraid of not being liked, but ultimately she never considered what she really wanted, only trying to live up to the expectations of those around her.

After Natsuki departs, she leaves Fuuka a message; that even if they're apart, they'll still be connected. Fuuka then realizes that this is exactly the ability her Persona gives her, and decides to do everything in her power to protect all of those she is connected with, which triggers the evolution of her Persona. As a result of this resolution, she overcomes her shyness and becomes a very outgoing person, as noted by both Yukari and Junpei, the latter of whom states she's now a completely different person from when she first came to the dorm.

Fuuka also goes home to visit her parents frequently in the following months, implying an improved relationship. During the events of The Answer , Fuuka remains largely the same, not letting the protagonist's sacrifice get to her, unlike Yukari, who becomes a notably more bitter person as a result of his death. She serves as the peacekeeper of the group, such as when she objects to Akihiko 's idea that they should kill Metis to make sure she doesn't turn on them again.

She also doesn't seem to have the same hostility toward Metis that the others sans Aigis and, to a lesser extent, Ken do, and was one of the first people to realize she wasn't actually a bad person. During the dispute over what to do with the keys, Fuuka initially refuses to participate, as she agrees with Junpei that fighting each other isn't the right way to solve it.

However, she reluctantly takes Aigis 's side per Akihiko's request, despite objecting that she couldn't decide between friends. Eventually, however, she sides with Aigis willingly, as she has faith that whatever decision Aigis makes will be the right one and her faith ultimately pays off. A student of Gekkoukan High School , Fuuka is a shy junior, thought to be sickly by members of her class although this turns out to be a rumor to cover up her sudden disappearance.

A few months into the school year, Fuuka goes missing for several days, and the school teachers Mr. Ekoda cover up her disappearance from the students by attributing it to illness. Yukari , Junpei , and the protagonist decide to investigate after strange things start happening to girls who once bullied Fuuka, such as Natsuki Moriyama. It turns out that the girls locked Fuuka up in the school gymnasium and since then, she has been missing, even after the gym was unlocked.

A rumor spreads between Natsuki's group that Fuuka escaped and killed herself by suicide, and in fear of being in trouble for potentially bullying Fuuka to the point of suicide, Natsuki's group searches for Fuuka to no avail. SEES theorizes that Fuuka became trapped in Tartarus when the school transformed into Tartarus at midnight, and that only several hours passed for her in the Dark Hour, not days.

SEES takes part in a dangerous mission to rescue Fuuka. At the same time, Natsuki, one of the girls who bullied Fuuka, wanders into the first floor of Tartartus, following the voice of the beckoning Shadow. After the incident, they become fast friends afterwards even though Natsuki has no memory of the incident. Under Natsuki and SEES' influence, Fuuka changes from a shy and isolated girl into a strong-willed, compassionate young woman.

Fuuka joins SEES. Instead she takes Mitsuru 's place as the team's tactical support. Fuuka's role is to forecast where bosses can be found in Tartarus, analyze the weaknesses of various enemies, and give commentary on battles. Following the events of October 4, Natsuki announces to her class that she is transferring to a new school, much to Fuuka's shock and disappointment. During lunchtime, Fuuka and Natsuki meet on the roof of the school, and Natsuki explains to Fuuka that her father is sick and as a result of medical payments, her family cannot afford to keep her there at Gekkoukan.

Natsuki states that she has changed a lot since she met Fuuka and has resolved to figure out what she really wants in life. She expresses her hope that Fuuka will do the same despite what others may think of her, and tells her goodbye. Alone on the rooftop, Fuuka realizes that both her Persona and her hacking skills are manifestations of her desire to always be connected to her friends.

Upon this realization, she resolves to cherish her connections with her friends, and Lucia gives way to Juno. The protagonist is unable to begin Fuuka's Social Link because he isn't a badass yet. Fuuka is one of the girls that the protagonist can date over the course of the game. Since dating Fuuka involves tasting her horrible cooking, the protagonist must maximize his Courage to "badass" statistic before he can ask her out. If the protagonist makes the correct choices, Fuuka will fall in love with him, and he can help her to become more comfortable with who she is.

She comes from a line of doctors, with her parents being the exception. Because of this, they have an inferiority complex and are distant towards Fuuka aside from her studies. However Fuuka is skilled with computers and machines from watching her father handle electronics, as shown when she gathers information for SEES members with her laptop, and her self-made headphones she gives to the protagonist should her Social Link be maxed.

Just like in the previous games, Fuuka is an available Social Link. However, if the player chooses to play as the female protagonist, initiating the link only requires a Courage stat of 2. The female protagonist joins her Cooking club, making her and Fuuka the only members. Unlike in the male protagonist's route where in Fuuka immediately gave up on cooking after a single failed attempt to make onigiri, she finally becomes adept in cooking in the female protagonist's route, ultimately being able to make a celebration cake possibly, because the female protagonist helped her in cooking- unlike the male protagonist who only helped in tasting.

Throughout the entirety of her social link, the female protagonist helps Fuuka overcome her uncertainty, both in her cooking and Persona abilities. Fuuka develops some sort of an admiration for the team's leader due to the protagonist's natural talent in pretty much anything she does, cooking and leading in particular. She feels grateful to the female protagonist for supporting her to succeed, and even said towards the end of her social link that she'll be fine to continue the Cooking Club all by herself- proving her boost of confidence.

In the beginning, she attempts to contact Yukari to invite her to join the party they were having only to get turned down. Upon getting trapped in the dorm with her fellow members, Fuuka goes back to the supporting role. She acts as the peace keeper for throughout the story, being the only one to refuse to participate in the fight over the keys although Akihiko would convince her to help Aigis.

There is no "door to Fuuka's past" like everyone else. After three years, Fuuka reappears with her new appearance and new attire. She is one of the three collaborators Mitsuru requests assistance from during the incident in Inaba. She appears in the Shadow Operatives' Story Modes, and is involved with Naoto 's Story Mode as well though she does not appear , where she frees Labrys from the Malevolent Entity's control.

Fuuka's support capabilities are revealed to be superior to that of Rise Kujikawa , since she can use her abilities not only in the real world, but also in the Midnight Channel , and not even needing to enter the TV to do so, something which amazes the Investigation Team , most especially Rise herself. She's even complimented by the Malevolent Entity for being able to discern its true form, despite not being inside the TV world. Fuuka makes her appearance in the final chapter, where she attempts to disrupt the Malevolent Entity's control over Labrys.

Together with Rise, they expel him from her body. Futaba Sakura hacks into Fuuka's laptop, and befriends her using her screen name "Alibaba. Fuuka's screen name was "Lucia. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Contents [ show ]. I did design more conservative outfits that reveal less skin, but at the same time, I tried to convey her strong will through her facial expressions. But I just had to let you know the truth, Natsuki. You may not believe me, but we're all going to die soon. So I'd like to see you one last time and talk.

Concept art of Fuuka. Fuuka's outfits. Concept artwork of Fuuka cinematic. Fuuka's various expressions. Early concept art for Fuuka. Fuuka with Yukari and Mitsuru. Fuuka with Aigis and Ken.

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Yukari, Fuuka, Mitsuru, Yuko, or Chihiro?

Persona 3 [5] is a role-playing video game developed by Atlus , and chronologically the fourth installment in the Persona series, a subseries of the Megami Tensei franchise. Persona 3 was originally published in on the PlayStation 2 by Atlus in Japan; the North American release of the game was delayed until due to issues with the publication of the official art book. Persona 3 FES , a director's cut version containing a new playable epilogue among other changes, was released in Japan in and worldwide the following year. In Persona 3 , the player takes the role of a male high-school student who joins the Specialized Extracurricular Execution Squad SEES , a group of students investigating the Dark Hour, a time period between one day and the next that few people are aware of. During the Dark Hour, the player enters Tartarus, a large tower containing Shadows, creatures that feed on the minds of humans.

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