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Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth

1st Floor

Jarrod Garripoli
Enemy Name Weak Resist Null
Arcane Turret Fire Cut, Stab, Ice, Wind --
Jotun of Power Ice Bash, Stab, Elec --
Mind Dice Dark Cut, Stab, Fire, Ice, Elec, Wind Light
Rampage Drive Wind Cut, Bash, Ice --

The Clock Tower, as you might have guessed, is the final dungeon in the game and it can be a long one. At the beginning of the dungeon, go west at the first fork and you’ll see something you can’t use at the dead end, so ignore it and head along the other path until you get to another split. Going south here will lead you to a Power Spot and you’ll find a robot that needs a gear at the southern dead end at the next fork in the path. In the next area, you’ll run into one of the FOEs of this labyrinth, The Watcher .

This spider-like FOE will hop in a straight line along a specific path and if you get in its way when it’s hopping to one of its spots, a battle will commence. The Watcher is weak to electricity, but knows some high-level magic, such as Mabufudyne, Magarudyne and even Mamudoon, should you choose to want to fight it. Note that the 100% map chest ( Scratched Lens key item ; makes Analysis Scope item available in shop) is right past the door when you enter the room and there’s a two-way shortcut just north of the chest, which opens from the north side. It’s best to ignore the FOE for now and make your way past it, opening the shortcut and then going through the door on the north end.

The Watcher FOE will jump around on a predetermined path, so you will need to time your steps so you don’t get in its way.

The two dead ends in this area lead to two requests you can open up in the Nurse’s Office, one of which is a chest that opens The Battle of Wits and the other being Bring Me Something Memorable . For now, the only way to continue is through the southern door, where you’ll find two Watchers in the room. It might prove a bit difficult at first, but you can easily make your way past both without having to fight them. In the southwest corner of the floor is a chest that contains a Kaiser Armor and make sure you open the shortcut before using the stairs to ascend to the second floor.

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    2 August 2015
  • Last Updated
    7 December 2020
  • Guide Author
    Jarrod Garripoli

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With the eerie tolling of the Yasogami High School bells, 18 Persona-users find themselves trapped inside the labyrinth of a strange other-world. There, they meet Zen and Rei, an odd duo who have lost their memories. As the parties come together to seek an escape, a mysterious shadow creeps ever nearer. Persona Q combines the story and characters of Persona with the gameplay of Atlus’ dungeon-crawling role-playing series, Etrian Odyssey.

You will find a plethora of information in this guide, including:

  • A complete walkthrough of the game’s story.
  • Detailed maps for every single floor of every dungeon in the game.
  • How to complete all of Elizabeth’s Requests.
  • Lists for every item in the game.
  • Some tips on how to use the characters in your party.
  • The basics to understanding the complex Fusion system.

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