|Pika, Pika mortals!|
|Oh hai Mark.|
|He could be this universe's Kamen Rider Blade judging by that shirt.|
|I don't like her.|
|Coming down the isle showing our new school fall lineup!|
|Screw the meme I have a Persona!|
|If you need help, just call me.|
|No, but that would make her even more awesome.|
|Anything you want to say to the audience? Nope? Okie dokie then.|
|No, not that one.|
After you answer his question Philemon grants you with the power of Persona, he explains that Persona is the power to access the various other "Selfs" that reside within them, the selfs suffused with divine love, the selfs that are capable of demonic cruelty. All of these various forms of the self can be accessed through the power of Persona. For this and the next two installments of the franchise Philemon mostly acts the role of the mentor, guiding the heroes to their next objectives, teaching them about the enemies they face, and how to access greater power. For now he says that they will need the power soon and that they should return to their proper place and time. Good advice, I'll get back to you next time where we discuss the last two members of the party, the setting, the enemies and the annoyance that is the EXP system.
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Shin Megami Tensai Persona is owned by Atlus and Sega.
Yugioh is owned by Konami, Kazuki Takahashi, Toei Animation, Shonen Jump and Viz Media.
The Ring is owned by Dreamworks Pictures, Benderspink and Parkes/MacDonald Productions
Bioshock 2 is owned by Take2 interactive, 2K Marin, and 2K Australia