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Shinjuku Field

Shinjuku field as it appears in Shin Megami Tensei IMAGINE

Shinjuku (新宿) is a location in the series.

HistoryEdit

Shinjuku is one of the 23 special wards of Tokyo, Japan. It is a major commercial and administrative center, housing the busiest train station in the world (Shinjuku Station), and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, the administration center for the government of Tokyo.

Surrounding Shinjuku Station are department stores, specialist electronic and camera shops, cinemas, restaurants and bars. Many international hotels are located here.

ApperancesEdit

ProfileEdit

Megami Tensei IIEdit

Shinjuku is the lair of Pazuzu and can only be entered if the hero has Bael's Claw, which he receives from Mammon after speaking with him and agreeing to kill Pazuzu. All facilities in Shinjuku besides the terminal cannot be used until Pazuzu is defeated. After doing so, the hero receives the the Mars Pillar. Upon giving Mammon Pazuzu's head, he will attack him.

Shin Megami Tensei III: NocturneEdit

In Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne, the protagonist heads to the Shinjuku Medical Center to visit his sick teacher. While riding on the train to Yoyogi Station, he has a prophetic dream about a beautiful woman foretelling the end of the world.

Shin Megami Tensei: IMAGINEEdit

Shinjuku is a field accessible in the south-west exit of Shinjuku Babel and the central-west exit of Nakano. It is the only field in game that has no naturally spawning enemies.

A boss variation of Hecatonchires, named Defender of Abaddon Hecatoncheires will spawn if the player uses a Kymopoleia's Hair Accessory bought from the Yagiya during a Suginami Tunnels Gold run. The boss does not flinch to attacks and is not weak to anything, unlike its summonable variation, and has a 10% chance of repelling any physical hit. Upon its defeat, it may drop rare items and weapons, including an item that unlocks its plug-in.

Players can also summon boss variations of Sui-Ki, Kin-Ki, and Fuu-Ki who have a low chance of dropping items that can be mixed into an item that summons a field boss variant of Ongyo-Ki.

There is a mysterious, small dimensional rip outside of the TMG building. Should players touch it, they will be sucked into the Makai version of Shinjuku. The player can find the newbie DB they first encountered in Home III, who is separated from her Jack Frost and will note that she cannot get out with an Ariadne's Thread. She will also mention of a mysterious woman, who can be found in the field as well. Talking to her initiates the first part of the Lord of the Flies quest. If conditions are met, the mysterious woman will give the Lilith plug-in (she herself is heavily implied to be Lilith). The Makai version of Shinjuku also contains four other dimensional rips that transport the player to the Makai versions of Nakano, Shibuya and Ichigaya, and back to the real world's Shinjuku. The landscape is heavily altered; many parts of the land is replaced with a void that looks like seething darkness, leaving the player trapped. The air is also more ominous, especially around the TMG building.

The ground level of the TMG building stays the same in both versions of Makai, including the NPCs. This seems to be due to an instability of some sort, however the player can enter the TMG building in the Makai version as a non-instanced dungeon. The floors of the TMG are riddled with demonic flies, and the player must transverse several floors to talk to the five Fly Brothers from oldest to youngest, who will then unlock the door to the helipad.

At the helipad, it becomes clear who is responsible for the fly-infested building; the demon Beelzebub himself. After defeating several copies of his human self, Beelzebub forces the player out of the building, ending the first part of the Lord of the Flies quest.

Shin Megami Tensei IVEdit

The Shinjuku Region will be reachable after visiting the Counter-Force Demon Base by traveling to the northern part of the Chiyoda region and paying a Hunter to transport them to Shinjuku. The area the Samurai arrive in is filled with poison and the poison must be crossed to get to the other parts of Shinjuku.

Devil SurvivorEdit

Shinjuku is the location where the party encounters the mysterious Gigolo, who offers hints on how to survive their fated encounter with Beldr. The player can also witness a scene here where Midori Komaki is teaching a certain Jack Frost about the power of love and justice.

ShopsEdit

Megami Tensei IIEdit

Item Effect Cost
Poison Dart Damages and Poisons the enemy ћ580
Dangerous Drug Casts Hapilma ћ100
Hand Grenade Casts Zan ћ50
Paralynon Cures Paralysis ћ450
Poisonon Cures Poison ћ400

Firearm Attack Hits Sex Price
M60 Machine Gun 7 2-3 Male ћ3400
Railgun 24 1 Both ћ5500
Dragon ATM 17 1-All Male ћ8900

Armor Def Charm Resist Sex Stats Price
Scale Armor 6 8 - Female Sp +1 ћ4500
Thunder Guard 8 - Elec Female - ћ9000
Freeze Guard 9 7 Ice2 Female - ћ27000

Helm Def Resist Sex Stats Price
Brain Guard 3 ElecFire Female In +1 ћ1000
Tricorne 3 ElecFire Female In +3 ћ1700
Redcap 3 ElecFire Female In +4 ћ8500

Glove Def Sex Stats Price
Cyber Arm 3 Female St +4, Vi +1 ћ5600
Dragon Claw 4 Both St +5, Vi +1 ћ12000
Panzer Arm 4 Female St +6 ћ36000

Boot Def Sex Stats Price
Himiko Sandals 1 Female Sp +4 ћ3200
Sky Boots 3 Female Sp +5 ћ8200
Hyper Boots 3 Female Sp +4, St +1 ћ24000

TreasuresEdit

Shin Megami Tensei III: NocturneEdit

Yoyogi Station:

  • Vending machine - Mysterious Drink (Soma)

Shinjuku Medical Center - 2nd Floor:

  • Vending machine - Mysterious Drink (Sacred Water)

GalleryEdit

 
Shinjuku TMG Building
The TMG Building in Shin Megami Tensei IMAGINE
 
TMG Building Makai
TMG Building interior in Shin Megami Tensei IMAGINE
 
Alternate Shinjuku
Alternate Shinjuku in Shin Megami Tensei IMAGINE

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