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The Initial Persona (初期ペルソナ, Shoki Perusona)? is the Persona that represents the most inner thought of its host. As a beginning Persona, its ability is usually relatively weak, so the mythological or historic figure that the Persona takes form is often less significant in the respective mythology or history, though there is some exception.
As the Persona "closest" to the user, the Initial Persona will always be able to be summoned by the user, even if they previously returned it or transformed it into another Persona, as shown by Yukino Mayuzumi, Kei Nanjo, and Eriko Kirishima having regained their initial Personas in the Persona 2 duology and the Investigation Team having regained their initial Personas in Persona 4 Arena.
- Megami Ibunroku Persona
- Persona 2: Innocent Sin
- Persona 2: Eternal Punishment
- Persona 3 / FES / Portable
- Persona 4 / Golden
- Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth
- Persona 5
List of Initial PersonasEdit
Megami Ibunroku PersonaEdit
- This is the first game in the series which has the more uniformed origins of signature Personas of the playable characters from only the Greek and Roman mythologies.
|Kei Nanjo||Hierophant||Aizen Myouou|
- Tatsuya Suou begins with Apollo in Eternal Punishment, but Apollo is considered the Ultimate Persona due to his role in Innocent Sin.
Tsumi to BatsuEdit
- All initial Personas of the playable characters are solely from the Greek mythology with Lucia being the odd one out.
- * These characters never have their initial Persona evolved or gain more powerful ones.
- This is the first game in the Persona series features all initial Personas from the ancient Japanese scriptures or beliefs.
- This is the first game features initial Personas mostly from modern fictions or historical figures, whether proven or contested.