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Persona 5 Confidant Guide – Ann

Persona 5 Confidant Guide - Ann
Persona 5 features tons of Confidants, important characters you can befriend to increase your Persona’s abilities and powers in battle. This Persona 5 Confidant Guide – Ann focuses on the Confidant Ann and tells you everything you need to know to increase her friendship and maximize the Lovers Arcana.

IMPORTANT: When speaking with any Confidant in Persona 5, when furthering the relationship is possible, you can receive a huge bonus if you have a matching Arcana Persona in your inventory. When speaking with Confidant Ann, make sure to bring a Persona in the Lover Arcana.

Persona 5 Confidant Guide – Ann

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Futaba is another Confidant you will unlock in Persona 5. She is unlocked during the month of August, so you will have to wait a bit before you can start upgrading her. Check out this Persona 5 Confidant Guide to max out Futaba as quickly as possible.
Makoto is the Confidant who has the Priestess Arcana in Persona 5. You can unlock her in June and from there you can start to hang out with her and upgrade the Arcana Rank. Check out this Persona 5 Confidant Guide for Makoto and get the max level quickly!
Kawakami is the Temperance Confidant you will get in Persona 5. She comes in during the month of June and offers some new abilities for you. Check out this Persona 5 Confidant Guide for Kawakami to max out the rank.
One of the early issues you will run into in Persona 5 is how many Persona you can hold. Thankfully you will be able to upgrade how many Personas you can hold so you can do more fusions. Check out this guide to find out How To Increase Persona Capacity in Persona 5!

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