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All Inheritable Passive Skills in Persona 5 Tactica

Matt Chard

As you progress through Persona 5 Tactica, you’ll unlock Persona Fusion. What this does is allow you to combine the various Persona you’ve collected to create a new Persona. Unlike the mainline titles, Personas can only have two skills maximum, one that they come with, and one which you can inherit from the Personas you fused together. The limitations on the number of skills you can equip make creating the perfect Persona a lot more difficult. Fortunately, you can find a list of all the inheritable passive skills in the game right here which should aid in your quest to build the strongest Persona.

Byakko is just one of many Personas you can get in Persona 5 Tactica. Mabufula is its inherited skill.

Inheritable Passive Skills List - Persona 5 Tactica

Below, you will find a list of all the inheritable passive skills in the game which includes every Persona you can obtain it from. Many skills in Persona 5 Tactica are done in tiers, so there will be similar skills in the list, but they will give you a bigger buff, deal more damage, restore your SP, or heal you for more. All the skills listed below will enhance you in some way.

(1 of 2) There are two ways to fuse Persona (three if you count Special). You can fuse two Personas together.

There are two ways to fuse Persona (three if you count Special). You can fuse two Personas together. (left), Or you can fuse by result. Once you've selected your Personas, you'll get a skill you can inherit from the previous two you fused. (right)

Best Passive Skills

It goes without saying that some of the best skills in the game come from the highest tier of Personas, but by the time you get them, it’s a waste, and they’re not really needed. For this reason, we’ll offer you the best skills that you can use throughout the game. The absolute best skill in the game in terms of usefulness is Invigorate and the higher variants. Skills are compelling in this game, especially the Ultimate Skills, and the -dyne spells, but they cost a lot of SP. With Invigorate, you will gain approximately 10-50 SP back per turn depending on where you are in the game, and what variant you’re using. The highest SP cost of a skill is around the 80 SP mark, which means you’ll have to wait a turn before you can cast another big attack which is what makes Invigorate so powerful.

Saying that, there are a lot of good skills to take, but due to you being restricted to two skills per Persona, Invigorate should definitely be one of them. The other standout passives (excluding the last tier of Personas) are:

  • The Auto passives: Starting the battle with Auto-Mataru (Attack up), Auto-Raku-Kaja (Defense up), and Auto-Sukukaja(Movement up) are always welcome.
  • Energized Spirit and its variants: These passives will replenish a percentage of your SP when you defeat an enemy. Although this is good, it’s not as good as Invigorate.
  • Hawkeye: Having one extra square of range for your gun attacks is useful and can save you a turn occasionally.
  • Sharp-Eyed Wildcat and its variants: 90% of the enemies in the game will be behind cover. This skill does extra damage to enemies behind cover, so this skill is a no-brainer.
  • Mighty Warrior: Deals increased damage when targeting two or more enemies. If you’re using a lot of area-of-effect attacks, which you should, make this and its variants pretty good skills.
  • EXP up (Efficiency Aficionado, Knack for Conflict), Money up (Treasure Hunter), and Rare Personas (Keen Eye): These skills are useful if you want to grind anything like party level, money for new weapons/personas, or a rare persona which has a lower drop-rate.

There you have it, although the skills above are good, you shouldn’t take them over Invigorate unless it’s for a specific playstyle, or you’re farming. A lot of the passives you can get from the level 75-96 Personas are strong, and should be used, but you’ll only get a few missions out of some of them.


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    PS4, PS5, Switch, XB One, XB X|S
  • Genre
    Tactical RPG
  • Guide Release
    17 November 2023
  • Last Updated
    17 November 2023
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