Social Links

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List Of Persona 3 Characters - SEES Members - Protagonist
... Igor, the proprietor of the Velvet Room, encourages the Protagonist to form Social Links with people, as they will determine his potential in combat ... of Persona 3, the player is able to form Social Links with characters in-game, each represented by one of the Major Arcana and granting various bonuses during Persona fusion, increasing the player's ... enters Nyx and is able to seal it using the power of the Social Links he formed over the past year ...
Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 - Gameplay
... spending time with people, the protagonist forms "Social Links", friendships made with other characters as the game progresses, each represented by ... Social Links start at Rank 1, increasing over time as the protagonist spends time with that person, until it reaches MAX Rank (rank 10) ... Social Links grant the player bonuses when creating new Personas in the Velvet Room ...
List Of Persona 3 Characters - Social Links - Akinari Kamiki
... Upon maximizing the Social Link, Akinari gives the Protagonist his finished book to be published—and disappears before his startled eyes ... Akinari is the Social Link for the Sun Arcana (太陽, Taiyō?), representing a bright future and a true achievement, and is only encountered during Maiko's Social Link ...

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