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Persona 4 Arena Ultimax: How to Get the True Ending

Being a Persona spin-off, it’s no surprise that Persona 4 Arena Ultimax features a rich story mode with multiple endings. Here’s how to reach out to the True Ending!




Persona 4 Arena Ultimax features a fairly long, visual novel story mode. This acts as a sequel to the original Persona 4 Arena, Persona 4 and even Persona 3. The casts of both Persona 3 and Persona 4 reunite after the events of Persona 4 Arena to fight off against a new threat. The 2022 re-release of the game even includes the original Persona 4 Arena’s story mode bundled in! This article gives you all the info you need to reach out to the truth.

How to Get True Ending in Persona 4 Arena Ultimax

Unlocking the True Ending for both Episode P4 and Episode P3 is a relatively simple process in Persona 4 Arena Ultimax. It works more or less the same for both Episodes, too.

Before the final confrontation, you will be given two dialogue choices. To fully see the story and unlock the true ending, you have to pick both choices and follow the scenes until you get sent back to the menu. So simply pick one, watch the scenes to the end. Then start the same chapter again and pick the other option.

You’ll notice in the Story Mode timeline that every chapter has a “Clear!” sign. If any chapter has a yellow sign, you have to pick that chapter and select any dialogue choices you haven’t yet. Chapters with red “Clear!” signs are completed, however.

Note that you have to actually watch all the scenes until the game automatically sends you back to the menu. Manually quitting to the menu won’t unlock the True Ending. If all your Clear signs are in red and you haven’t unlocked the ending, watch any scenes you skipped and it will unlock.

Again, the process is the same for both Episode P4 and Episode P3. The scenes themselves are different, but you just have to pick all dialogue options the same way in either.

True Endings in the Persona 4 Arena Story Mode

The 2022 re-release of Persona 4 Arena Ultimax available on Playstation 4, Switch and PC includes the original Persona 4 Arena’s story mode. This mode was originally paid DLC for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 releases. The P4A story mode plays out a bit different, with no timeline. Instead, you just have to play every character’s story to completion. It’s pretty straightforward, with only a couple of dialogue choices that lead to joke endings. You can reload back to the dialogue selection after every choice.

Eventually, by going through other characters’ stories in the P4A story mode, you will unlock Labrys’ story mode. Note that you can only reach cliffhanger endings for characters until you complete Labrys’ story mode. Labrys’ story mode is entirely linear, with no dialogue choices, so reaching the ending is pretty straightforward.

After you clear Labrys’ story mode, you will be able to fully complete the story modes for P4 characters. Fully completing any P4 character’s story mode will allow you to go past the cliffhanger endings for P3 characters. Finally, fully completing any P3 character’s story mode will unlock Elizabeth’s story.

Note that you don’t really need to do every single character to completion. In fact, due to how the story is set up, doing all of them can be a bit redundant. You can just pick your favorite characters and complete their stories. Alternatively, it’s recommended to do Yu, Aigis, Labrys and Elizabeth stories. Naoto and Mitsuru stories are also worth mentioning. Doing these should get you the full picture without too much redundancy, if you don’t feel like doing every character’s.

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Dark And Darker: Complete Cleric Guide

Want be the best Cleric? Read this guide!

Doben Villaruz



I know that some people would think they are boring and only being kept at the back because they only heal and revive players, but in my own opinion support characters or “Clerics” are useful in combat because without them you won’t even survive in the first place, and when you’re in a pinch healing is definitely what you need. Healers are present in all cooperative video games that we play, whether they be online or offline games. So now we’ll discuss the builds and loadouts available to clerics in the Dark and Darker game.

Overview of the Cleric Class

One of the greatest classes in Dark And Darker, the cleric is practically a requirement if you want to take on the game’s most challenging content. It can heal, deal damage, and bestow buffs on your entire party.

  • Offer healing and boosting.
  • Given that you can use plate armor and carry blunt weapons, you’re not as weak as you may think.
  • Frequently the first target in conflicts
  • Best in team matches; less effective when used solo

Cleric Perks and Abilities

Here is a closer look at the advantages and skills of the Cleric:

  • Advanced Healer – Increases your healing by 5 HP.
  • Blunt Weapon Mastery – 5% more physical damage is added to you when you utilize a blunt object.
  • Brewmaster – Your character won’t experience the side effects of alcohol consumption.
  • Kindness – 15% of the health you restore to your character when you heal someone else.
  • Perseverance – This bonus lowers all incoming damage of all types by 3 points.
  • Protection From Evil – You suffer a 20% potency and duration reduction for all negative debuffs.
  • Requiem – When you resurrect an ally, you’ll give them 25% health instead of the meager amount they usually get, and when you utilize the Altar of Sacrifice, you won’t have to expend any of your own health to make the sacrifice.
  • Undead Slaying – When facing undead monsters, you increase your physical damage by 20% more.
  • Holy Purification – This ability deals 100 magic damage over 7.5 meters to all undead creatures in its area of effect.
  • Judgement – You must be within 4.5 meters of an enemy and keep your crosshair over them to cast this targeted spell, which does 30 magic damage and slows down their movement by 20% for five seconds.
  • Smite – For the next 10 seconds, every enemy you face will be subject to +10 magic damage if you use this ability.
  • Spell Memory 1/Spell Memory 2 – To access your cleric spells, you must select at least one of these classes; late-game clerics may want to take both to have access to more spells.

Starter Cleric Perks And Abilities

You can only choose one perk when you are level 0. As this is a straightforward perk that enhances your healing capacity, we advise you to pick Advanced Healer.

We would choose Judgement as it is excellent for clearing mobs and dealing targeted damage to adversaries over Spell Memory, which gives you access to your spells.

Is a Solo Cleric Useful?

The brand-new solo Goblin Cave mode was included in the game’s playtest in February 2023. Players are able to single queue and only face off against other solitary players because of this. You might wish to play it as the Cleric since it offers a lot of XP.

Bring a Mace and a respectable Buckler if you’re going on a solo run as a cleric. You can also purchase ale from the tavern keeper in the market and select the Brewmaster perk to greatly increase your damage and strength. The Cleric can definitely function as a solo-friendly class.

Cleric Spells

Tier 1: One Cost Spells
  • Protection – This shield spell, which can be used on either you or an ally, will block 20 physical attacks for 20 seconds.
  • Bless – A spell that, for 30 seconds, gives its recipient +3 Strength, Agility, and Will. If you’re alone, you’ll cast this spell on yourself.
Tier 2: Two Cost Spells
  • Divine Strike – Targeted spell that for 20 seconds enhances the target’s overall weapon damage by +10
  • Cleanse – This spell’s intended target will be cured of all ailments and debuffs.
Tier 3: Three Cost Spells
  • Bind – This suspends the target for 0.75 seconds.
Tier 4: Four Cost Spells
  • Lesser Heal – This is your main healing spell, which targets oneself if there are no allies present and restores 15 health to the target.
Tier 5: Five Cost Spells
  • Holy Light – This spell has two different targets: allies and undead. It heals allies for 30 health and deals 100 damage to undead.
Tier 8: Eight Cost Spells
  • Resurrection – As long as their Soul Heart is there, this spell will bring an ally back from the dead.

Starter Spell Set For Cleric

You will have 12 Knowledge points available to you as a level 0 cleric. You must therefore choose spells with a total point value of 12 points. It may resemble this in certain ways.

For a level 0 cleric with only 12 Knowledge, this is a respectable setup. You might also choose the Lesser Heal spell at a cost of 4, or the Resurrection spell at a cost of 8.

Additionally, you should put more spells on your Spell Priority bar because the items you collect could provide you access to additional knowledge while running.

The Best Equipment for The Cleric

In Dark And Darker, there is a ton of various gear to choose from, and what you choose will mostly rely on your playstyle. Here are some general pointers on the finest clothing for clerics, though.

  • Knowledge Gear – Being able to cast more spells during a run makes anything with Knowledge generally pretty handy. You can position yourself nicely for a High-Roller or Red run in the future by successfully extracting with some high knowledge gear.
  • Stats are really important – Therefore, gear with pluses for all attributes is something to search for. This also implies that you should simply choose the clothing or weapons that have the best stat for your character, whether it be heavy or light armor.
  • Because it casts spells more quickly and is lighter than the Staff, we strongly prefer the Spell Book for Cleric. In both PvE and PvP, speed is essential for avoiding opponents, so try to wear lesser armor if you can.
  • In addition to your spellbook, you can pick up a small Buckler shield and a mace to aid in killing monsters and provide you with some limited protection against approaching hostile players.

Some Tips for Using a Cleric Class

Here are a few common pointers to help you play better as a cleric.

  1. You may be a support character, but don’t underrate your destructive potential. Your damage increases from blunt weapons combine well with your bonuses against undead (specifically Maces, Flanged Mace, etc). Participate and support your team.
  2. Grab your teammates from the floor or outside the ring instead of looking for a revive altar with resurrection, a fantastic skill that is sometimes underestimated.
  3. The goal of your game is to stand back, give heals and buffs, and only engage in PvP hand-to-hand combat when absolutely required, especially if you’re playing in a party. You will become the main target for the opposing teams, so be mindful of your positioning.
  4. Focus your buffs on the fighters and barbarians on your frontline team.
  5. For the cleric, voice communication is crucial, especially if you can notify your squad that you have just given them buffs and how many more healings you have left to provide.
  6. Before settling, try out several builds, weapons, and armor. There are numerous factors in Dark And Darker. For instance, a Brewmaster Cleric who is continuously intoxicated can cause a ton of damage.

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