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                              P E R S O N A   3

                           Persona Info Transcript

TRANSCRIBED BY:  Hel Saga                              LAST UPDATE:  11/02/2007
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REVISION HISTORY
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October 25, 2007
 Started this project.

November 2, 2007
 Transcribed the Persona 3 Dictionary which can be found in
 the system menu of the game.  All definitions were taken
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CONTENTS
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1]  PERSONA INFO
     O.     FOOL
     I.     MAGICIAN
     II.    PRIESTESS
     III.   EMPRESS
     IV.    EMPEROR
     V.     HIEROPHANT            
     VI.    LOVERS
     VII.   CHARIOT
     VIII.  JUSTICE
     IX.    HERMIT
     X.     FORTUNE
     XI.    STRENGTH
     XII.   HANGED MAN
     XIII.  DEATH
     XIV.   TEMPERANCE
     XV.    DEVIL
     XVI.   TOWER
     XVII.  STAR
     XVIII. MOON
     XIX.   SUN
     XX.    JUDGEMENT

2]  PERSONA 3 DICTIONARY

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1]  PERSONA INFO

O.     FOOL
 Orpheus.....................[FL1]
 Legion......................[FL2]
 Ose.........................[FL3]
 Black Frost.................[FL4]
 Decarabia...................[FL5]
 Loki........................[FL6]
 Susano-o....................[FL7]

I.     MAGICIAN
 Nekomata....................[MG1]
 Jack Frost..................[MG2]
 Pyro Jack...................[MG3]
 Sati........................[MG4]
 Orobas......................[MG5]
 Rangda......................[MG6]
 Surt........................[MG7]

II.    PRIESTESS
 Apsaras.....................[HP1]
 Unicorn.....................[HP2]
 Sarasvati...................[HP3]
 Ganga.......................[HP4]
 Parvati.....................[HP5]
 Kikuri-Hime.................[HP6]
 Scathach....................[HP7]

III.   EMPRESS
 Leanan Sidhe................[ES1]
 Laksmi......................[ES2]
 Hariti......................[ES3]
 Gabriel.....................[ES4]
 Mother Harlot...............[ES5]
 Skadi.......................[ES6]
 Alilat......................[ES7]

IV.    EMPEROR
 Forneus.....................[ER1]
 Oberon......................[ER2]
 Take-Mikazuchi..............[ER3]
 King Frost..................[ER4]
 Raja Naga...................[ER5]
 Kingu.......................[ER6]
 Barong......................[ER7]
 Odin........................[ER8]

V.     HIEROPHANT
 Omoikane....................[HI1]
 Berith......................[HI2]
 Flauros.....................[HI3]
 Hokuto Seikun...............[HI4]
 Ananta......................[HI5]
 Daisoujou...................[HI6]
 Kohryu......................[HI7]

VI.    LOVERS
 Pixie.......................[LV1]
 Narcissus...................[LV2]
 Queen Mab...................[LV3]
 Saki Mitama.................[LV4]
 Titania.....................[LV5]
 Raphael.....................[LV6]
 Cybele......................[LV7]

VII.   CHARIOT
 Ara Mitama..................[CH1]
 Chimera.....................[CH2]
 Zouchouten..................[CH3]
 Ares........................[CH4]
 Oumitsunu...................[CH5]
 Nata Taishi.................[CH6]
 Koumokuten..................[CH7]
 Thor........................[CH8]

VIII.  JUSTICE
 Angel.......................[JC1]
 Archangel...................[JC2]
 Principality................[JC3]
 Power.......................[JC4]
 Virtue......................[JC5]
 Dominion....................[JC6]
 Throne......................[JC7]
 Melchizedek.................[JC8]

IX.    HERMIT
 Yomotsu Shikome.............[HT1]
 Naga........................[HT2]
 Lamia.......................[HT3]
 Taraka......................[HT4]
 Kurama Tengu................[HT5]
 Nebiros.....................[HT6]
 Arahabaki...................[HT7]

X.     FORTUNE
 Fortuna.....................[FN1]
 Kusi Mitama.................[FN2]
 Clotho......................[FN3]
 Lachesis....................[FN4]
 Atropos.....................[FN5]
 Norn........................[FN6]

XI.    STRENGTH
 Valkyrie....................[ST1]
 Titan.......................[ST2]
 Jikokuten...................[ST3]
 Hanuman.....................[ST4]
 Narashima...................[ST5]
 Kali........................[ST6]
 Siegfried...................[ST7]

XII.   HANGED MAN
 Inugami.....................[HM1]
 Take-Minakata...............[HM2]
 Orthrus.....................[HM3]
 Vasuki......................[HM4]
 Ubelluris...................[HM5]
 Attis.......................[HM6]

XIII.  DEATH
 Loa.........................[DT1]
 Pale Rider..................[DT2]
 Samael......................[DT3]
 Mot.........................[DT4]
 Alice.......................[DT5]
 Thanatos....................[DT6]

XIV.   TEMPERANCE
 Nigi Mitama.................[TM1]
 Mithra......................[TM2]
 Genbu.......................[TM3]
 Seiryuu.....................[TM4]
 Okuninushi..................[TM5]
 Suzaku......................[TM6]
 Byakko......................[TM7]

XV.    DEVIL
 Lilim.......................[DV1]
 Vetala......................[DV2]
 Incubus.....................[DV3]
 Succubus....................[DV4]
 Lilith......................[DV5]
 Abaddon.....................[DV6]
 Beelzebub...................[DV7]

XVI.   TOWER
 Eligor......................[TR1]
 Cu Chulainn.................[TR2]
 Uriel.......................[TR3]
 Bishamonten.................[TR4]
 Seiten Taisei...............[TR5]
 Masakado....................[TR6]
 Shiva.......................[TR7]
 Chi You.....................[TR8]

XVII.  STAR
 Nandi.......................[SR1]
 Kaiwan......................[SR2]
 Ganesha.....................[SR3]
 Garuda......................[SR4]
 Saturnus....................[SR5]
 Lucifer.....................[SR6]

XVIII. MOON
 Gurr........................[MN1]
 Yamatano-Orochi.............[MN2]
 Grimehkala..................[MN3]
 Dionysus....................[MN4]
 Chernobog...................[MN5]
 Seth........................[MN6]
 Sandalphon..................[MN7]

XIX.   SUN
 Yatagarasu..................[SN1]
 Quetzalcoatl................[SN2]
 Jatayu......................[SN3]
 Horus.......................[SN4]
 Metatron....................[SN5]
 Vishnu......................[SN6]
 Asura.......................[SN7]

XX.    JUDGEMENT
 Anubis......................[JG1]
 Trumpeter...................[JG2]
 Michael.....................[JG3]
 Satan.......................[JG4]
 Messiah.....................[JG5]

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# O.     FOOL                                                                 #
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Orpheus                                                                   [FL1]
 A poet of Greek mythology skilled with the lyre.  He tried to
 retrieve his wife, Eurydice, from Hades, but she vanished when he
 looked back before reaching the surface.

Legion                                                                    [FL2]
 The spirit who said, "For we are many," in ancient scriptures.
 The name comes from the Roman military term for an army unit of
 3,000 to 6,000 men.

Ose                                                                       [FL3]
 One of the Goetia's 72 demons, known as the President of Hell.  
 He can shift his shape from leopard to human, and reveals the truth
 behind divine mysteries.

Black Frost                                                               [FL4]
 A Jack Frost that wished for evil powers.  This powerful demon is
 born when a cute Jack Frost remembers its nature as a demon.

Decarabia                                                                 [FL5]
 One of the 72 demons of the Goetia.  He comes in the shape of a
 star and has vast knowledge of herbs and jewels.
 He can also control birds at will.

Loki                                                                      [FL6]
 A major Norse deity, known as a trickster who clashes with the
 other gods.  Blood brothers with Odin, but was later punished
 for his role in Balder's death.

Susano-o                                                                  [FL7]
 A god of Japanese legend, born along with Amaterasu and Tsukuyomi.
 He was cast out for lewd behavior, but redeemed himself with
 heroic deeds like slaying Yamata-no-Orochi.

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# I.     MAGICIAN                                                             #
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Nekomata                                                                  [MG1]
 Incarnations of long-lived cats in Japanese mythology.
 They have various powers, including human speech and control
 over the dead.

Jack Frost                                                                [MG2]
 A winter fairy of European descent.  Normally an innocent creature,
 but if provoked, he will kill his victim by covering him in snow.

Pyro Jack                                                                 [MG3]
 Also known as Jack O' Lantern, he was an irish farmer who persuaded
 Satan not to take him to hell.  When he was refused entry into
 heaven, he wandered earth as a pumpkin-headed soul.

Sati                                                                      [MG4]
 Shiva's first consort in Hindu myth, she threw herself into a
 sacrificial fire in protest of her father's treatment of Shiva.
 Reborn as Parvati, she was reunited with Shiva.

Orobas                                                                    [MG5]
 One of the 72 demons of Goetia.  He appears as a horse and answers
 questions of the past, present and future.  He is faithful to his
 conjurer.

Rangda                                                                    [MG6]
 A wicked witch of Balinese lore.  She represents evil, and is
 Barong's eternal rival.  Even if defeated, she will come back to 
 life, and their battle will have no end.

Surt                                                                      [MG7]
 A fire giant in Norse mythology.  He rules the fire realm,
 Muspelheim, and brandishes a burning sword.  At Ragnarok, he will
 set the world ablaze.

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# II.   PRIESTESS                                                             #
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Apsaras                                                                   [HP1]
 Water spirits in Hindu mythology.  They are beautiful young women
 who dance for the gods. They also guide heroes fallen in battle to
 paradise.

Unicorn                                                                   [HP2]
 A legendary white horse with a single spiral horn.  It can only be
 tamed by a pure maiden.  Its horn supposedly has miraculous healing
 capabilities.

Sarasvati                                                                 [HP3]
 In Hindu myth, she is the goddess of rivers and patron of speech,
 writing, learning, and the arts and sciences.  Brahma is her husband.

Ganga                                                                     [HP4]
 The personification of the Ganges river.  Originally from the
 heavens, she came to earth to clean the souls of the people as a
 result of the prayers of Bhagiratha.

Parvati                                                                   [HP5]
 This beautiful goddess of love is one of Shiva's wives in Hindu mythology.
 She won Shiva's love overcoming his asceticism.

Kikuri-Hime                                                               [HP6]
 The goddess of life in Shinto myth.  She once mediated between
 Izanagi and Izanami during their confrontation in Yomi, the land
 of the dead.

Scathach                                                                  [HP7]
 A warrior queen of the Land of Shadows in Celtic lore.  She taught
 the Irish hero Cu Chulainn the art of war, and gave him the spear
 Gae Bolg.

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# III.   EMPRESS                                                              #
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Leanan Sidhe                                                              [ES1]
 A beautiful fairy of Irish lore that yearns for a human man's love.
 She drains her lovers' lives in return for granting them artistic
 inspiration.

Laksmi                                                                    [ES2]
 In Hindu mythology, the goddess of beauty and good fortune.
 Vishnu's wife and Kama's mother, she is the goddess of love.
 Believed to be born from an ocean of milk.

Hariti                                                                    [ES3]
 A Buddhist goddess also known as Kishimojin.  She used to eat
 others' children, but Buddha changed her ways.  She eats 
 pomegranates now, and is a goddess of parenting.

Gabriel                                                                   [ES4]
 One of the four major angels.  She is also the only female angel
 at this rank.  Her name comes from the Sumerian word for "governor.

Mother Harlot                                                             [ES5]
 The Fiend known as the "Whore of Babylon,"  Riding a beast with
 seven heads and ten horns, she carries a golden cup of
 abominations, and the filth of her acts.

Skadi                                                                     [ES6]
 A giantess called the 'snow-shoe goddess', and the embodiment of
 winter.  According to legend, all the gods will return to her at
 the end of Ragnarok.

Alilat                                                                    [ES7]
 The Arabian mother goddess, also known as Allat.  The Black Stone
 at the Kaaba was taught to be her residence.  She and her son,
 Dusura, were worshipped there by desert nomads.

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# IV.    EMPEROR                                                              #
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Forneus                                                                   [ER1]
 One of the Goetia's 72 demons, he appears as a great sea monster.
 He is linguistically skilled, and a master of rhetoric.

Oberon                                                                    [ER2]
 Fairy king and husband to Titania.  Was cursed as a child, and has
 not grown any larger since.

Take-Mikazuchi                                                            [ER3]
 The Japanese god of thunder.  He carries the divine sword
 Totsuka-no-Tsurugi and is said to be the founder of ancient sumo
 wrestling.

King Frost                                                                [ER4]
 The king of snow, ruling over an infinite number of Jack Frosts.
 He has the power to freeze the entire world, but his personality is
 actually very naive.

Raja Naga                                                                 [ER5]
 The king of the Naga, a half-man, half-snake tribe in Hindu myth.
 The dragon kings Nanda and Takshaka of Buddhist myth fall into this
 royal category.

Kingu                                                                     [ER6]
 The son and second consort to the female dragon Tiamat.
 He was to be the leader of the gods, but was killed by Marduk.
 Mankind was created from his blood.

Barong                                                                    [ER7]
 A mystical creature in Balinese lore.
 It represents good and is Rangda's eternal rival.
 Even if defeated, it will be reborn.
 The result is a never-ending struggle.

Odin                                                                      [ER8]
 In Norse myth, he is the father of the gods, and the god of wisdom.
 He rides his eight-legged horse Sleipnir, bearing his spear
 Gungnir and wearing his ring Draupnir.

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# V.    HIEROPHANT                                                            #
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Omoikane                                                                  [HI1]
 A deity of knowledge in Japanese myth.  He conceived the plan to draw
 Amaterasu from Amato-Iwato, the cave she was hiding in.

Berith                                                                    [HI2]
 One of the 72 demons of the Goetia.  He rides a gigantic horse and burns
 those without manners.  He is the duke of Hell.

Flauros                                                                   [HI3]
 One of the 72 demons of the Goetia.  He appears as a leopard and can see
 the past and future.  He can control fire and burn all his adversaries
 to death.

Hokuto Seikun                                                             [HI4]
 According to Chinese myth, Hokuto Seikun, or
 "Wise Man of the North Star," determines the moment that one is born.

Ananta                                                                    [HI5]
 A serpent with 1000 heads of Hindu myth.  Ananta is Sanskrit for
 "infinite."  After resting on him, Vishnu woke up and created the
 universe.

Daisoujou                                                                 [HI6]
 A monk who died while fasting.  His power allows his body to continue to
 exist without rotting.  It is said that he will appear before people
 on the day of salvation.

Kohryu                                                                    [HI7]
 Known as the gold or yellow dragon, it reigns over the Ssu-Ling,
 celestial creatures in Chinese myth.  It is located in the center of
 the four beasts.

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# VI.    LOVERS                                                               #
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Pixie                                                                     [LV1]
 In English myth, they are the fairies of the forest that love to play
 tricks on people.  They can also be hard workers when necessary.

Narcissus                                                                 [LV2]
 A young man of Greek myth.  He rejected the nymph Echo, who faded a
 whisper out of despair.  Cursed by Nemesis, he fell in love with his
 own reflection and wasted away.

Queen Mab                                                                 [LV3]
 The fairy queen in Celtic myth.  Often identified with Titania,
 Oberon's wife.  She would offer mead mixed with her blood to her many
 consorts.

Saki Mitama                                                               [LV4]
 One of the four aspects of the human soul, as described in Shinto
 teachings.  It is said to bring good luck in hunting and fishing.

Titania                                                                   [LV5]
 Fairy queen and wife to Oberon.  She is derived from Diana in Roman myth
 and is immortalized in Shakespeare's play, "A Midsummer Night's
 Dream."

Raphael                                                                   [LV6]
 One of the major archangels, his name means "healer."
 He recites the history of the fallen angels and the creation of Adam and
 Eve.

Cybele                                                                    [LV7]
 Phrygian goddess of the earth.  Attis was her son and consort, but she
 drove him mad, and he castrated himself.  Her orgiastic cult
 spread to Greece.


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# VII.   CHARIOT                                                              #
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Ara Mitama                                                                [CH1]
 One of the four aspects of the human soul, as described in
 Shinto teachings.  It is associated with aggression.

Chimera                                                                   [CH2]
 The offspring of Typhon and Echidna, this monster
 is part lion, part goat, and part dragon.

Zouchouten                                                                [CH3]
 Virudhaka, protector of the South, is one of the
 four Heavenly Kings in Buddhist myth.

Ares                                                                      [CH4]
 The god of war in Greek myth.  Other gods
 despised him for his cruel and violent nature.
 Opposed Athena, who represented strategic warfare.

Oumitsunu                                                                 [CH5]
 The giant of the Izumo-no-kumi Fudoki, or the Records of Izumo.
 Performed the Kuni-biki, roping in land from the opposing Silla, in
 an effort to expand Izumo.

Nata Taishi                                                               [CH6]
 A deity known of Chinese mythology, also known as Zhongtan Yuanshuai.
 He commited suicide to atone for killing a Dragon King, but was
 brought back to life as a lotus.

Koumokuten                                                                [CH7]
 Virupaksha, protector of the West, is one of the four Heavenly Kings
 of Buddhist origin.

Thor                                                                      [CH8]
 Norse thunder god, and son of Odin.  He wears the belt Megingjard, which
 doubles his power.  Lightning flashes whenever he throws his hammer,
 Mjolnir.

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# VIII.  JUSTICE                                                              #
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Angel                                                                     [JC1]
 Ninth of the nine orders of angels.  The "watchers" who never sleep.
 Among these are the guardian angels who are assigned to every
 human at birth.

Archangel                                                                 [JC2]
 Eighth of the nine orders of angels.  Their duty is to minister to
 humans and deliver messages.  They are at constant war with the
 fallen angels.

Principality                                                              [JC3]
 The seventh of the nine orders of angels.  They guard cities and
 nations, and protect various religions.

Power                                                                     [JC4]
 The sixth of the nine orders of angels.  It is said that they were the
 first order to be created.  Their duty is to protect human souls
 from demons.

Virtue                                                                    [JC5]
 The fifth of the nine orders of angels, also known as
 "The Shining Ones."  They work miracles and support those struggling
 with their faith.

Dominion                                                                  [JC6]
 The fourth of the nine orders of angels.  Their duty is to oversee the
 other angels.  It is said that the success of nations is
 decided by these angels.

Throne                                                                    [JC7]
 The third of the nine orders of angels.  It is
 said that they carry the throne of God.  They are angels of knowledge.

Melchizedek                                                               [JC8]
 An angel of Gnosticism, said to be born from Sophia.
 In the Bible, he is mentioned as a righteous king.

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Yomotsu Shikome                                                           [HT1]
 A demoness in Japanese mythology that lives in Yomi, the netherworld.
 She is the first demon Izanami sends after Izanagi.

Naga                                                                      [HT2]
 Half-snake, half-human, they are divine beings in Hindu mythology.
 Worshipped as bringers of fertility.

Lamia                                                                     [HT3]
 A serpentine woman of Greek myth, she was the queen of Libya.
 It has a beautiful woman's torso, and the tail of a snake.
 It feeds on the blood of young men.

Taraka                                                                    [HT4]
 A female Rakshasa in Hindu myth.  In the Ramayana, Rama managed to cut
 off her arms; though she became invisible, he was able to slay her.

Kurama Tengu                                                              [HT5]
 A member of the Tengu race in Japanese myth.  The most powerful of all
 Tengu, they have the power to fend off evil spirits and attract good luck.

Nebiros                                                                   [HT6]
 The general of Hell, he keeps watch over other demons.
 One of the greatest necromancers in Hell, he can control souls and corpses.


Arahabaki                                                                 [HT7]
 A major deity in Shinto myth.
 Clay dolls were often sculpted in its image.  Since it was
 worshipped by rebels, the dolls came to be seen as symbols of defiance.

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# X.     FORTUNE                                                              #
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Fortuna                                                                   [FN1]
 Roman goddess of luck.  Her Greek counterpart is Tyche.
 Originally a goddess of fertility, she later became known as the
 spinner of the wheel of Fortune.

Kusi Mitama                                                               [FN2]
 One of the four aspects of the human soul, as described in Shinto teachings.
 It is said to bring good luck in the areas of health and medicine.

Clotho                                                                    [FN3]
 One of the three Moirae Sisters in Greek mythology.
 She spins the threads of fate.

Lachesis                                                                  [FN4]
 One of the three Moirae Sisters in Greek mythology.
 She is the apportioner, measuring the thread which determines each person's
 lifespan.

Atropos                                                                   [FN5]
 One of the three Moirae Sisters in Greek mythology.
 She cuts the life threads of those whose time has come.

Norn                                                                      [FN6]
 Goddess of fate in Norse myth.  They live below the roots of Yggdrasil
 and weave the threads of fate, which even the gods are bound by.

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Valkyrie                                                                  [ST1]
 "Choosers of the slain" in Norse mythology.  Armed with shining armor
 and spears, they look for brave warriors to take to Valhalla, so that
 they may fight in Ragnarok.

Titan                                                                     [ST2]
 The children of Gaia and Uranus in Greek myth.
 They ruled the land as gods before the Olympians overthrew them.

Jikokuten                                                                 [ST3]
 Of Buddhist origin, he is one of the four Heavenly Kings and protects the
 East.  He is also known as Dhritarashtra.

Hanuman                                                                   [ST4]
 A hero of Hindu descent. He can transform into anything, fly and has
 great strength.  He performed many heroic deeds in the Ramayana.
 He is depicted as a monkey.

Narashima                                                                 [ST5]
 The 4th avatar of Vishnu.  He took this form to defeat Hiranyakashipu,
 who can't be killed by human, animal or deva, and killed his foe at
 dusk, since he couldn't die at other times.

Kali                                                                      [ST6]
 According to Hindu myth, she is a consort of Shiva.
 Also called the Black One, she is a symbol of destruction.
 She is usually depicted wearing a chain of human heads.

Siegfried                                                                 [ST7]
 The German name of the hero in the epic poem of the Nibelungenlied.
 The dragon Fafnir's blood made him invincible, but a single leaf
 on his back resulted in a weak spot.

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# XII.   HANGED MAN                                                           #
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Inugami                                                                   [HM1]
 Spirits of dogs said to possess humans in Japanese lore.
 Those possessed go crazy.  Onmyoji, or Japanese sorcerers, summon them
 to do their will.

Take-Minakata                                                             [HM2]
 According to Japanese myth, he fought Take-Mikazuchi for control of Japan
 and lost.  He is revered as the god of hunting.

Orthrus                                                                   [HM3]
 A two-headed pet dog belonging to the giant Geryon, in Greek myth.
 He guarded a herd of red oxen, and fought Hercules.

Vasuki                                                                    [HM4]
 A giant serpent of Hindu mythology.  It is said the gods and demons used
 him to churn the sea of milk.  The strain caused him to exhale
 incredibly potent venom, but Shiva swallowed it.

Ubelluris                                                                 [HM5]
 A Hittite mountain god.  He carries the western sky.
 The gods placed the stone giant Ullikummi on his shoulders to create
 the world, but he didn't notice the burden.

Attis                                                                     [HM6]
 A god of Phrygian descent.  He was Cybele's son and consort, but
 castrated himself and died. Cybele resurrected him as a pine.  He came
 to represent rebirth.

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# XIII. DEATH                                                                 #
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Loa                                                                       [DT1]
 A group of deities worshipped in voodoo.  They control the forces of
 nature and influence human activities.  Some also have powerful
 magic used to curse others.

Pale Rider                                                                [DT2]
 One of the four horsemen of the apocalypse.  He rides on a pale horse,
 and is the ruler of Hades.  Has the power to destroy life.

Samael                                                                    [DT3]
 A mysterious angel with the name "poison of God."
 He is often shown as a serpent.  Opinions differ on whether he is
 fallen or not, but either way, he is linked with death.

Mot                                                                       [DT4]
 The Canaanite god of death.  Every year he attempts to kill Baal, the
 god of fertility, only to see him raised from the dead with the
 help of Baal's sister Anat.

Alice                                                                     [DT5]
 A ghost who appears as a young blonde girl.  She seems young, but has
 formidable magic powers.  Some say she's the ghost of a poor
 English girl who died an unfortunate accident.

Thanatos                                                                  [DT6]
 The Greek god of death, he is the son of Nyx and the brother of Hypnos.
 He is depicted as a young man with an inverted torch and a
 wreath or butterfly in his hands.

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# XIV.   TEMPERANCE                                                           #
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Nigi Mitama                                                               [TM1]
 One of the four aspects of the human soul, as described in Shinto teachings.
 It is associated with gentleness.

Mithra                                                                    [TM2]
 An ancient Iranian god of contracts, he was also revered as a sun god.
 At the end of time, he will descend from the heavens and raise the dead
 for final judgment.

Genbu                                                                     [TM3]
 One of the Ssu-Ling, celestial creatures in Chinese myth.
 It represents the direction north, the season of winter, and the element
 of water.

Seiryuu                                                                   [TM4]
 One of the Ssu-Ling, celestial creatures in Chinese myth.
 It represents the direction east, the season of spring, and the element
 of wood.

Okuninushi                                                                [TM5]
 A Kunitsu deity of Japanese mythology that governs agriculture and
 medicine.  Said to have built the country of Izumo with Susano-o's
 daughter, Suseri-Hime.

Suzaku                                                                    [TM6]
 One of the Ssu-Ling, celestial creatures in Chinese myth.
 It represents the direction south, the season of summer and the element
 of fire.

Byakko                                                                    [TM7]
 One of the Ssu-Ling, celestial creatures in Chinese myth. 
 It represents the direction west, the season of autumn,
 and the element of metal.

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Lilim                                                                     [DV1]
 Lilith's children.  Like their mother, they have sex with men at night.
 Their legend spread to Greece where they are known as "Empusa."

Vetala                                                                    [DV2]
 A type of Preta in Hindu and Buddhist myth.  Classified as
 "powerful ghosts," they have varying shapes and forms.  They can control
 the dead and eat humans.

Incubus                                                                   [DV3]
 A male demon of European lore in medieval times.  They visit sleeping
 women and have sexual intercourse with them; the resulting children
 become witches and wizards.

Succubus                                                                  [DV4]
 A female demon of European lore in medieval times.
 They visit sleeping men and have sexual intercourse with them; the victims
 don't wake up, but may dream of the encounter.

Lilith                                                                    [DV5]
 Said to have been Adam's first wife.  She refused to obey him,
 leaving Eden to become a demon of the night.  All theories of her fall
 depict her as unfaithful.

Abaddon                                                                   [DV6]
 The "destroyer" and angel of the bottomless pit, as described in ancient
 scrpitures.  He controls locusts and uses them to cause massive
 destruction to villages.

Beelzebub                                                                 [DV7]
 The "Lord of the Flies" and the prince of evil, he is Satan's
 right-hand man.  His flies carry the souls of the dead.  Said to be
 derived from the Canaanite god, Baal.

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# XVI.   TOWER                                                                #
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Eligor                                                                    [TR1]
 One of the 72 demons of the Goetia.  He looks like a knight and has
 the powewr to see things to come.  He also knows much about wars.

Cu Chulainn                                                               [TR2]
 A legendary hero in Celtic folklore.  His name means
 'The Hound of Culann' and his true name is Setanta.
  There are many tales of his exciting adventures with his spear Gae Bolg.

Uriel                                                                     [TR3]
 One of the four major archangels.  His name means "Flame of God,"
 and he knows all the celestial phenomena.  He is the first angel
 Satan met on earth.

Bishamonten                                                               [TR4]
 Also known as Bishamonten, Tamonten and Vaishravana in Buddhist myth,
 he is the strongest of the Heavenly Kings.  He protects
 the North and is the god of war.

Seiten Taisei                                                             [TR5]
 Sun Wu Kong was supposedly born from a rock.  He wreaked havoc and was
 punished by Buddha, but was eventually saved by a monk named Santsang.

Masakado                                                                  [TR6]
 Taira no Masakado, hero of the Heian period.  He claimed the title "Shinno"
 (New Emperor) and rebelled against the government.  He
 was killed, but it is said he became a demigod.

Shiva                                                                     [TR7]
 One of the main deities in Hindu myth.  He is known as the destroyer,
 but is also related to regeneration.  His wife is Parvati.

Chi You                                                                   [TR8]
 A Chinese god of war.  He is said to have invented many weapons.
 He and his followers rebelled against the Yellow Emperor, Huang Di,
 but were defeated.

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Nandi                                                                     [SR1]
 A holy white bull of Hindu myth on which Shiva rides.
 He was the protector of herds until that was passed unto Shiva.
 Nandi is Shiva's chief attendant and disciple.

Kaiwan                                                                    [SR2]
 A god in Assyrian mythology.  He is associated with the planet Saturn.
 He is usually grouped with another god, Sakkut.

Ganesha                                                                   [SR3]
 The elephant-headed god in Hindu myth.  He was originally created by
 Parvati to prevent anyone from watching her bathe.  Shiva battled his head
 off, but replaced it with an elephant's head.

Garuda                                                                    [SR4]
 A diving bird-man in Hindu myth.  He once fought the gods, and received
 immortality in exchange for becoming Vishnu's carrier.

Saturnus                                                                  [SR5]
 The Roman god of agriculture.  He is commonly identified with Cronus. 
 In an attempt to prevent his destiny, he ate his children, but
 was overthrown as was fated.

Lucifer                                                                   [SR6]
 Fallen angel of Judeo-Christian lore.  His name means "light-bringer." 
 He was second-in-command in Heaven, but was cast out after rebelling with
 1/3 of the angels.

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Gurr                                                                      [MN1]
 A demon that takes the shape of a giant bird in Sri Lankan myth. 
 It is thought to be a derivation of Garuda.

Yamatano-Orochi                                                           [MN2]
 A giant snake with eight heads that fell at Susano-o's hands. 
 The sword that came out was the Ame-no-murakamo-no-tsurugi, also known
 as the Sword of Kusanagi.

Grimehkala                                                                [MN3]
 A giant elephant monster of Sri Lankan myth.  It is typically portrayed
 as being ridden by the Evil One, Mara.  Whoever looks into its
 eye is said to be met with misfortune.

Dionysus                                                                  [MN4]
 The Greek god of wine and theather.  He had two births. 
 When his mother died while bearing him, Zeus took the premature infant
 and let him mature to a proper birth in his thigh.

Chernobog                                                                 [MN5]
 A cursed god of the darkness in Slavic myth.  His name means "Black God."
 He is the counterpart of the "White God," Belobog.

Seth                                                                      [MN6]
 The Egyptian god of the desert, chaos, and evil.  He murdered his brother
 Osiris and tried to become chief god, but was castrated by Osiris's
 son, Horus.

Sandalphon                                                                [MN7]
 Metatron's twin brother in Judeo-Christian lore.
 He is the master of heavenly songs.  It's said that a human would take
 500 years to walk the length of his body.

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Yatagarasu                                                                [SN1]
 A divine creature in Japanese myth.  They are three-legged birds sent
 by Amaterasu to help humans.  It is said that they helped Emperor
 Jinmu claim victory.

Quetzalcoatl                                                              [SN2]
 An Aztec deity, known as the "Feathered Serpent."
 He created humans by sprinkling blood on the bones of people from a
 previously created world.

Jatayu                                                                    [SN3]
 The king of birds in Hindu myth.  In the Ramayana, he fought bravely,
 but lost to Ravana in an attempt to save Sita.  Rama's
 wife, the 7th avatar of Vishnu.

Horus                                                                     [SN4]
 An ancient god of Egypt whose eyes are the sun and moon.
 Revered by some as the chief god, and often depicted as a hawk or falcon.

Metatron                                                                  [SN5]
 One of the most important angels in the hierarchy, yet the most
 mysterious.  He is the scribe and advocate of heaven.

Vishnu                                                                    [SN6]
 One of he major gods in Hindu myth, he is the preserver of the universe.
 It is believed that he will descend to earth ten times to maintain
 the balance of power.

Asura                                                                     [SN7]
 The king of Asuras in Hindu myth.  His name is Maha Vairocana
 (One Who Shines on All).  In Buddhism, he is known as Dainichi Nyorai.

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Anubis                                                                    [JG1]
 The jackal-headed god of Egyptian myth.  He weighs the hearts of the dead
 to determine their final destination.  He is also associated
 with embalming.

Trumpeter                                                                 [JG2]
 Angels said to sound the trumpets at the apocalypse.
 Each trumpet brings more plagues and disasters, turning earth into a land of
 death and suffering.

Michael                                                                   [JG3]
 One of the four major angels, he is at the top of the angel hierarchy.
 Carries a long sword that can cut through anything.  His name means,
 "Who is like God?"

Satan                                                                     [JG4]
 The prince of darkness in Judeo-Christian lore, known for his role as the
 snake that tempted Adam and Eve at Eden.  It is also said he is
 sent by God to test man's piety.

Messiah                                                                   [JG5]
 Appears before Judgment Day to save the virtuous.
 He is a universal figure, appearing in myth around the world.
 Many stories involve his death and rebirth.

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2]  PERSONA 3 DICTIONARY
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Old Document 01
 The electricity's hooked up.  But why do they need so much?
 There's only a school on this island...

Old Document 02
 Weird... Kirijo's Ergo Research branch plans to build a lab on this island.
 I wonder what for...

Old Document 03
 They built a research facility here; they want me to join the team,
 but I have a bad feeling...

Old Document 04
 The team leader asked me himself...  I was so suprised!  It's the same man
 who once saved my life.

Old Document 05
 I wanted to be with him, so I joined.  What a mistake...  We shouldn't be
 experimenting with these Shadows...

Old Document 06
 I knew it.  These Shadows arise due to human emotion.  If I'm right,
 collecting them will...

Old Document 07
 I've heard it all.  The plan is evil.  But there's hope.  If people
 could control the shadows inside them...

Old Document 08
 I'm leaving the team.  I can't break the law.  But, he won't come with
 me.  Maybe I'll open an antique store...

Contract
 It's the contract you signed at the dorm.  It says, 'I chooseth this fate
 of my own free will.'

Velvet Key
 Key to the Velvet Room.  It has a soft velvet color.

Apathy Syndrome
 Mysterious disease that has supposedly struck the bay area.
 But in reality, Shadows are to blame.

Dark Hour
 A mysterious hour which serves as reminder of the Fall.
 The Shadows will usher in this event...

Transmogrify
 During the Dark Hour, those without 'the potential' turn into coffins.
 One feels nothing in this state.

Potential
 The power to summon a Persona.  Those with potential can experience
 the Dark Hour without being Transmogrified.

Persona
 The embodiment of one's inner power.  According to Igor, a Persona's
 appearance reflects one's personality.

Social Link
 A bond made with another person.  Getting to know others is the key
 to strengthening your Personas.

Shadow
 Monster that hunts flesh during the Dark Hour.  No one knows its true
 purpose.  They fall into 12 categories.

SEES
 A group devoted to defeating Shadows.  Under the guise of a school club,
 they wield their Personas.

Evoker
 Enables the user to summon a Persona, although it is supposed to be possible
 to do so without one.

Tartarus
 Labyrinth that appears during the Dark Hour, brimming with Shadows.
 Perhaps some answer lies deep inside...

Kirijo Group
 International Corporation which boasts innovations in many
 industries.  Gekkoukan High School's sponsor.

Full Moon
 Just as Pharos said, on a night such as this, you will face a powerful
 Shadow.

The Voice
 If one hears the Shadow's call one will be drawn into the dangerous
 Dark Hour rather then be Transmogrified.

The Incident
 Accident which caused Tartarus, the Dark Hour, and Shadows to appear.
 The truth was never revealed to the media.

Nanjo and Kirijo
 The Kirijo Family branched off from the Nanjo Group.
 Their motto is 'Two in harmony surpasses one in perfection.'

Time Manipulation Device
 The former leader of the Kirijo Group sought to build a device
 that could control time using Shadows' power.

Aigis
 Built 10 years ago, the only remaining robot designed to destroy
 Shadows.  She looks human and can use a Persona.

Anti-Shadow Weapons
 Robots built 10 years ago to ensure that the Shadows being collected
 for an experiment could be contained.

Strega
 A group of 3 enemy Persona-users.
 Chidori saved Junpei's life in exchange for her own.

Suppressant
 Drug Shinjiro gets from Strega to suppress his Persona.
 The side effects may be deadly.

Accident 2 Yrs. Ago
 While fighting a stray Shadow, Shinjiro lost control of his Persona,
 and Ken's mother was killed.

Death
 The true nature or Ryoji Mochizuki.  A more powerful Shadow with the
 strength of 12 Arcana.

Nyx
 The mother of all Shadows and harbringer of death since ancient times.
 If she awakens, 'the Fall' will occur.

New Years' Eve
 The day you promised to give Ryoji your answer.
 Either you kill him, or have your knowledge of the Fall erased...

January 31st
 The day Nyx will descend & bring the end of the world.
 If you go to the top of Tartarus, you'll be able to face Nyx.

Graduation
 You agreed to meet with the others on graduation day, even if you've
 lost your memory of all that has occured.

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SPECIAL THANKS
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- ATLUS
- YOU ~to hel with you~
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