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"The sacred vow to oppose that which is profoundly precious."
—Tagline, Persona 3: the Weird Masquerade: Chapter 4: Pledge of Indigo
"Finally, the “end times” draw near… beyond the limits of eternal memory."
—Tagline, Persona 3: the Weird Masquerade: Final Chapter: Beyond the Blue Sky

Persona 3: the Weird Masquerade (Fourth stage play) is a stage play based on Persona 3 and the sequel to Persona 3: the Weird Masquerade -Souen no Kesshou-[1]. Unlike other stages, this is going to be two separate but simultaneously plays; Persona 3: the Weird Masquerade: Chapter 4: Ai no Seiyaku ( PERSONA3 the Weird Masquerade 第4章『藍の誓約』, lit. Pledge of Indigo) and Persona 3: the Weird Masquerade: Final Chapter: Hekikuu no Kanata e (PERSONA3 the Weird Masquerade 最終章『碧空の彼方へ, lit. Beyond the Blue Sky) .

Release Edit

  • Japan: April 14-23, 2017 (Performance)

Chapter 4: Pledge of IndigoEdit

  • Japan: July 26, 2017 (DVD Released/Limited Edition)

Final Chapter: Beyond the Blue SkyEdit

  • Japan: August 23, 2017 (DVD Released/Limited Edition)

Profile Edit

It been was announced on Summer Festival 2016 event. It will take place at Tokyo Theater G-Rosso.

Like the previous installment, both the male and female protagonists appear, but featured in separate performances.

Plot Edit

Chapter 4: Ai no Seiyaku Edit

Male Route Edit

The beginning of the plot recaps the major events of April to November.

Female route Edit

The beginning of the plot recaps the major events of April to November.

Final Chapter: Hekikuu no Kanata e Edit

Male Route Edit

Female route Edit

MusicEdit

Ai no SeiyakuEdit

Hekikuu no Kanata eEdit

  • Kokoro. Sagashite sung by ZAQ (Aigis)
  • Communication! sung by Shouta Aoi (Sakuya Shiomi)
  • Kimi no Kioku sung by ZAQ (Aigis) and the members of SEES.

Cast Edit

The currently announced performers for this fourth play is a list of the returning actors from previous ones:

Adaptation DifferencesEdit

  • In both adaptions, none of the main cast wears their winter clothes or the female characters wearing kimono in New Years in December to January instead they wears their school uniforms.

Ai no SeiyakuEdit

There are difference between the game and stage play:

  • In the beginning of both stage plays is a recap of major events from previous stage plays except, Natsuki appears in the recap of the June operation even though she wasn't present in the first stageplay, -Ao no Kakusei-.
  • Despite the beginning of the story mostly recap some major events from the previous stage plays except the only Shadow Arcana appears are Arcana Magician, Empress, Emperor, and Hanged Man.

Hekikuu no Kanata eEdit

  • In both adaptions, none of the main cast wears their winter clothes in December instead they wears their school uniforms.
  • In both routes, neither protagonists choose to be with someone in their last moments beside Aigis in March.

Female Route Edit

  • Shinjiro appears in Kotone's dreams in which never shown in neither adaptions.
    • An extend scene where the entire members of SEES (except Koromaru) heard Shinjiro 's voice before the final battle against Nyx is never include in the game.

GalleryEdit

 
P3WM Pledge of Indigo
Visual Image of Chapter 4: Ai no Seiyaku
 
P3WM Beyond the Blue Sky
Visual Image of Final Chapter: Hekikuu no Kanata e
 
P3WM Ai no Seiyaku Male cover
Ai no Seiyaku male route DVD cover
 
P3WM Ai no Seiyaku Female cover
Ai no Seiyaku female route DVD cover
 
P3WM Hekikuu no Kanata e Male cover
Hekikuu no Kanata e male route DVD cover
 
P3WM Hekikuu no Kanata e Female cover
Hekikuu no Kanata e female route DVD cover
 
P3WM fourth chapter group photo-male route
Group photo for male route of Chapter 4: Pledge of Indigo
 
P3WM Final Chapter Entire group photo
Entire group photo for final performance of Final Chapter: Beyond the Blue Sky

Trivia Edit

  • This is the first stage play to have two separate parts to the play rather than one.
  • Elizabeth and Theodore doesn't appear in the final stageplay instead they appear in a flashback of the previous stage play. Their voices can be heard either in the Velvet Room or they called them through their cellphones.
  • Since Shinjiro's actor wasn't present in nether versions (except the final chapter), he was played by one of the ensemble casts in -Ai no Seiyaku-.
  • Both actors who double casted as Ken Amada switch back to their original respective routes like from the second stageplay, -Gunjou no Meikyuu-.
  • When Yukari working part-time job the role of Feather Swan in Phoenix Rangers Featherman R outdoor show, which is a nod she ends up doing in Persona 4 Arena Ultimax.

External Links Edit

References Edit

  1. https://twitter.com/clie_seisaku/status/768731756295958528