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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: Pledge of Indigo ( PERSONA3 the Weird Masquerade 第4章『藍の誓約』) and Persona 3: the Weird Masquerade: Final Chapter: Beyond the Blue Sky (PERSONA3 the Weird Masquerade 最終章『碧空の彼方へ』) .

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: Pledge of Indigo Edit

Male Route Edit

Female route Edit

Final Chapter: Beyond the Blue Sky Edit

Male Route Edit

Female route Edit

Cast Edit

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

GalleryEdit

 
P3WM Pledge of Indigo
Visual Image of Chapter 4: Pledge of Indigo
 
P3WM Beyond the Blue Sky
Visual Image of Final Chapter: Beyond the Blue Sky
 
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.
  • Both actors who double casted as Ken Amada switch back to their original respective routes like from the second stageplay, -Gunjou no Meikyuu-.

External Links Edit

References Edit

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

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