Overview and Guide about Social Stats
Same with older Persona games, the player has a number of social stats to improve in order to advance the story. Persona 5 Royal has two more stats than Persona 3 (Courage, Charm, and Academics.) Persona 4 has the same number of stats as Persona 5 with Knowledge, Expression, Diligence, Understanding, and Courage. The main difference, however, is that Persona 5 needs fewer points for a particular stat to be boosted. Also, Persona 5 has more ways than the previous games to rank up these Social Stats. This is especially useful since the game is based on real-time.
Persona 5 Royal Real-Time Mechanics
Social Stats List
Each stat ranges from 0-5. These stats can be increased by earning points in activities. After obtaining a certain number of points, the stat will increase. This then allows you to access certain events that require certain levels of the various stats.
Rank Up Values of Social Stats
Here is a breakdown of the points for each social stat to rank up in Persona 5 Royal.
Persona 5 Royal Rank Up Values
|Social Stat||Rank 1||Rank 2||Rank 3||Rank 4||Rank 5|
Activities that Boosts Social Stats
Numerous activities increase the player’s social stats. Each activity affects a particular social stat. Additionally, there are some activities that boost 2 or more stats depending on the nature of the activity. Stats can additionally increase when increasing social links with confidants.
|Answer Classroom questions correctly (+1)||Using the Bathhouse||Watch Wraith, ICU, and Dr. Mouse||Watch The X Folders, Running Dead, and Green||Creation of Infiltration Tools|
|Study (+1/+2 on Rainy Day), Library Study||Score high in the exam||Read Buchiko’s Story||Read Pirate Legend, Gallant Rogue, Cry of Cthulu, and Bowman||Playing the Batting Cage|
|Read certain books||Maid Cafe||Watch The Cake Knight Rises; I, Miserable, and Mecha-Hard||Watch Like a Dragon, Pach Saw, and Fight Kebab||Fixing things|
|Study for Exams (+2), Study before the Exam (+3)||Read a book that increases Charm||Use Garden Energy, Bio Nutrients, and Mega Fertilizer on your potted plant||Complete Level 3 of the Big Bang Burger Challenge||Work Part-time at the Beef Bowl Shop|
|Certain events with Confidants (Star)||Certain events with Confidants (Devil, Sun)||Certain events with Confidants (Hierophant, Tower)||Spend time with Tae Takemi and bring a Death Arcana Persona (Death)||Certain events with Confidants (Hanged Man)|
|Sleeping during class||Part-time at the Crossroads bar (Shinjuku) and talking to flirty people||Unlock and do Part-time at the Flower Shop||Part-time at the Crossroads bar (Shinjuku) and talking to stern people||Sleeping during Class|
Social Stats Benefits
Players can unlock various events by leveling their social stats. Some of these events involve Confidants. Certain girls will only date your character if a particular trait has been maxed out. Others, like Proficiency, can be helpful on the field. Players can create lockpicks that open chests that contain extremely valuable items. Higher proficiency makes crafting these lockpicks much easier.
Social stats offer some additional benefits as well. For example, increasing your Knowledge allows you to perform better during tests. Charm helps mainly in unlocking more part-time jobs. Guts grants you the bravery to face people in special cases. Finally, Proficiency makes you more efficient at crafting infiltration tools and unlocks more part-time jobs.
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I just want to clear up the rank up points confusion that the previous couple of comments have talked about.
The stat rank up values on this page are not inaccurate. However, they can be misleading because it is not clear how the points system works. The number of musical notes that show on screen are not the actual number of points that you get. There is a guide/walkthrough on GameFAQs that tells this but I’m not posting a link in case it is not allowed.
Basically it works like this. If you get 1 note to show on screen, you actually get 2 points. If 2 notes show, then you get 3 or 4 points. If 3 notes show, then you get 5, 7, or 10 points.
In the case of 2 or 3 notes, the number of points will vary depending on the activity. Usually you get the lowest amount, so 3 points for 2 notes and 5 points for 3 notes, but occasionally you get more.
Because of the way the points system works, you actually will rank up faster than you think by glancing at the points table above.
Your data for social stats for Persona 5 Royal may be inaccurate.
I tracked the social stats in my playthrough all the way to rank 5, and the amounts that I ended up with are much smaller than what is said on this page.
My estimates that I had when I reach rank 5 for each stat were:
Int – 101
Gut – 60
Chm – 80
Knd – 79
Prf – 54
You should definitely revise this page and research the actual numbers, because it’s giving off the wrong message to new players!
playing through royal at the moment and so far the stat points seem the same between the 2 versions. I got knowledge rank 2 at 20 points not 34, charm rank 2 at 3 points instead of 5 and proficiency at 7 points instead of 11. For context I am playing on normal difficulty and haven’t touched any settings, the only thing I can think of is that I did have the game find my original save data to give me a bonus at the start but I somehow doubt that would alter the stats needed.
not replying to throw shade on the author, just sharing my experience so far and letting people know ahead of time.
i recommend leving your stats causal and enjoying the game your first playthrough. your stats carry over through NG+
Another way to gain GUTS is by drawing the phantom thieves logo when society hates you
Don’t forget to get your fortune read. Doing that then going and working at the flower show levels up kindness real quick.
Eating that special burger at night for the stat boosts is a good idea guts i found hardest to raise