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No, Persona 5 didn't treat Ann Takamaki unfairly

Persona 5: Ann Takamaki (Lovers) Confidant Link 1-10

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I think I died the day I met you. User Info: WingZero WingZero posted He really doesn't. He has one line with Makoto where the team says he'd be under a girl's thumb.

r/Persona5: Community for Persona 5 - Come join us and discuss the game. Persona 5 is a role-playing game in which players live out a year in the . Ann is one of the characters that you'll start out Persona 5 with, forming the Phantom Thieves alongside her, Ryuji, and Morgana. It's not even a case of if, but when, as if you date multiple women, all your romantic partners will bump into each other on Valentine's Day, Write a response to this article. Ann Takamaki is one of the first friends you'll make in Persona 5, during banter from the party, including kitty companion Morgana and Ryuji.

But follows that up with: I just want Ann to be happy, that's more than enough for me. And the stuff with Haru is him just thinking she's super sweet, and super nice. As the game goes on, he comes to grips with things, but his Ann obsession pretty much last past Haru joining -- see the party scene. User Info: PhantasticPhool.

Is this a reference? I always feel like people are referring to a certain game, but they could just actually be mistyping. But how though?

Morgana reaction to dating ann

Opinions are scary. Facts are useless. Credibility is irrelevant.

Unity is impossible. Emotions dictate everything.

a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Dating Ann/Feeling bad for Morganna" - Page 3. Sojiro has a predictable reaction to Kawakami. For Persona 5 on the PlayStation 4, a GameFAQs message board topic titled " Dating Ann/Feeling bad for Morganna".

Humanity can change. He's truly scum, having terrorized and threatened and mistreated his students in ways that have scarred some of them for life. He even went so far as to provoke one of his top track team members, Persona 5 mainstay Ryuji Sakamoto, so he could have an excuse to break Ryuji's leg and remove him from track activities as a result.

The former professional athlete and Olympian was obsessed with his own fame and ego, and thus couldn't deal with anyone stealing his thunder. Unfortunately, the students whose lives Kamoshida toyed with on a daily basis couldn't speak out against him for fear of expulsion and further difficulties, with the school faculty and even parents in on the abuse but powerless to do anything about it thanks to Kamoshida's influence.

This brings us back around to Ann, who's popular with the guys at school but doesn't seem to have that many friends aside from Shiho Suzui, her best friend at Shujin.

Not long after Shiho joins the volleyball club, she suffers an injury during training that keeps her from playing.

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Kamoshida, being the snake that he is, decides he's going to sexually abuse Shiho in an effort to get to Ann, his "true" prize since he can often be found flirting with her and forcing unwanted sexual advances on her. Kamoshida bullies and abuses Shiho to the point where it appears she's trying to kill herself by jumping off a building, an action that you can look into further later in the game, but she does fall and hurt herself, scaring Ann half to death.

She vows to avenge Shiho and everyone else Kamoshida has hurt, including her, by stealing his heart and making things right as a Phantom Thief. The fighting in Persona 5 takes place in an alternate world known as the Kamoshida, creating a "Shadow Ann" in his own "Palace," or what Persona 5 utilizes as dungeons in-game, sleazes all over the fake Ann in a bikini before fighting the real one, who's awakened as a Persona user.

In short, she's got her own Persona to fight with against those who would threaten her way of life, and as she rallies her friends to take out this disgusting creep, she comes into her own. Ann summons the Persona named Carmen, who resembles a beautiful flamenco dancer and dominatrix with a cigar clenched between her teeth and men dangling from chains as well as perched under her feet.

It's a manifestation of the way Ann likely sees men after going through such a nightmarish time at her school, somewhere that should have been a safe haven for her. Let's not forget that she's also a young teenager, which is the most confusing time ever for folks of every walk of life. She's not going to stand for effigies of herself clad in bikinis fawning over fake Kamoshidas, nor is she going to let her friends be pushed to suicide or treated like cattle.

Ann destroys the effigy Kamoshida has created in half after becoming Panther and Kamoshida is rattled. Not only is she not going to stand for his abuse, but even the fake version of her has to go, too.

It's a powerful moment where we see just how strong Ann truly is. With a crack of Carmen's whip and a newfound resolve she becomes clad in a sexy maroon catsuit, code-named Panther. A new version of Ann is born, one that's not going to take any untoward advances from anyone and one that's not afraid to do what she has to do to keep the people she loves safe.

In every aspect of her time as a Persona user, Ann is fighting back and reclaiming her sexuality, partially as a big middle finger to Kamoshida, who preyed not only on Ann but on her best friend, who was considerably more helpless than her. She's an attractive girl, and she knows she can leverage this fact for good.

So she does joins the Phantom Thieves officially. Occasionally there's banter from the party, including kitty companion Morgana and Ryuji, about her appearance, but it never appears to really cut Ann deeply and why would it when she's just felled the ultimate creepster?

The scene where she's meant to be "seducing" an artist named Yusuke Kitagawa finds Ann clad in several layers of clothing, meant to be a humorous take. Ann and Futaba are the two with unique dialogue from the people. Morgana changes if you pick Ann, and Sojiro for the other one. There is a third.

Sojiro has a predictable reaction to Kawakami. User Info: kira This is just weird. Because he wants his human form so, so very badly.

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And a lot of that is so Lady Ann doesn't fall for someone before he gets that form. For all the flak he gets, he's a bro, he even offers Yusuke a place to stay, and offers Futaba the bed, while Joker sleeps on the couch. He plays games with you, watches movies and DvDs with you, helps you work out, etc.

Nope, you could have a point there if Morgana turned human by the end of the game. But he doesn't so i disagree and still find weird that people feel bad for not letting a cat have a chance with her. User Info: andhros. BitofaRarity posted Morgana gives the same reaction to Haru that he gives to Futaba.

More topics from this board Bad writing. Keep me logged in on this device. Forgot your username or password? User Info: 1Tekkaman 1Tekkaman 2 years ago 21 sillyfudgemonke posted I didn't feel bad when I dated Naoto and I don't feel bad here.

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