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Easy Method to Earn Money
In Persona 5, you’ll need a lot of money. Weapons, medicine, special events, or gifts for confidants all require money. Aside from selling the trash that you pick up from the Palace, there are several ways that players can get large amounts of money.
1st Method: Farm from Mementos
You’ll need to have upgraded the Sun Arcana to Rank 3, which grants you an ability that can net you a good amount of money when negotiating with enemies. To do this, you’ll need to have done the following:
- Raise the rank of the Sun Arcana to 3.
- Make sure that you have unlocked Chemdah in Mementos.
- Walk around the Mementos Dungeon and look for a High Pixie to battle.
- Either shoot High Pixie with a gun or use Frei-skills to knock it down for a “Hold Up!”
- Talk to the High Pixie and ask for money.
- Once the enemy gives you money, keep asking for more.
- Wait for the High Pixie to get back up and call for reinforcements.
- Repeat steps 2 to 5.
No matter how many times you repeat the process, you’ll always get money. This means that you won’t need to encounter other High Pixies over and over again. Just remember to hit the weak points of the enemies to knock them down and execute a Hold-Up. High Pixies appear in area 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 of Chemdah. With this method, you should be able to obtain tens of thousands of yen with just one Memento infiltration.
2nd Method: World of Qliphoth and using Ann’s Tentarafoo skill
This one involves the farming in the World of Qliphoth. While it is one of the last dungeons in the game, you can farm this dungeon and carry your money over to New Game+. This can be a bit difficult, however. You have to look for the persona, Kali. However, she doesn’t have any weaknesses. But if you have Ann’s Tentarafoo ability and Stagnant Air, you can confuse her. After confusing her, she will occasionally drop money. You can easily find Kali by looking for a shadow engulfed in a red aura. Most of the time, the Shadow drops at least ¥10k+ each turn. She also drops a few valuable healing items like Chewing Soul and Life Stones.
3rd Method: Fortune Confidant + Sun Confidant + Star Confidant + (insert name of Dungeon here) crawl
For this particular method to work, you need the Fortune Confidant at Level 3, the Star Confidant at Level 7, and the Sun Confidant at level 3. This way, you can take advantage of the Economic Fortune and Money Collecting abilities. With that, you’ll be able to farm large amounts money with the following method:
- Knock down the shadow and hit its weak point
- Choose talk and demand money
- Do this until it gets up
- Repeat steps 1-3, except instead of letting it get up, take the shadow down.
With that, your money will not only double but you’ll also have the money from killing the shadow as well. With that, you’ll not only have yen to customize your weapons, but also to buy back any Persona you itemize.
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I think the name of the dungeons for the High Pixies spawn is wrong because I didn’t see any in Chemdah and level 5 is the break room. I did, however, find High Pixies on Kaitul.
Confusing the memento bosses using Pulinpa and Confuse boost works much better.
Here is a list of bosses that can be confused. https://imgur.com/NKtDEz2
Just have joker go in by himself so you can pass turns more quickly or with a healer if you need it. Use an SP restore 3 patch. Onmoraki learns Pulinpa at level 14 and confuse boost at level 15.
As Madasa said, depending on how far you are the bosses throw between 30k-100k and you can farm millions of yen per hour.
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also the higher your luck the higher the payout
Confusing certain request bosses yeilds way way more yen for your time spent they cant toss 50k-100k at a time
So what would the virtue deprived road translate in the paths in mementos?