Who is Joker's canon romance?
A close look at Kasumi's personas show that she might be Joker's canon love interest in Persona 5 Royal. Persona 5 Royal saw the introduction of a brand new character and Phantom Thief - Kasumi Yoshizawa. An energetic and talented first-year, the gymnast and honor student quickly befriends Joker.
Canon. Ryuji and Ann had known each other since they were in middle school. On the school trip to the aquarium, Ryuji asked Ann for money to take the bus back home since he spent all of his money on a stuffed dolphin toy for his mom, and she never forgot his debt for her.
Originally Answered: Who is the Canon romance in Persona 5? There is no canon romance i can find from any official site however some fans feel that Joker and Kasumi Yoshizawa (persona 5 royal) should be the canon romance based on their persona's and interaction in the game.
Canon? None. If you count the manga, Yu and Rise, but since then any game on the franchise that has the P4 characters, Atlus has gone for no pairs at all.
Tropes. ShuAnn is the het ship between Joker/Akira Kurusu/Ren Amamiya and Ann Takamaki from the Persona fandom.
Following her introduction to the DC Universe in 1999, Harley Quinn was depicted as a frequent accomplice and lover of the Joker as well as the best friend of fellow supervillain Poison Ivy.
While the player can freely name Joker in the game, he is canonically named Ren Amamiya in most appearances and Akira Kurusu in the manga adaptation.
Ryuji is a student in the same year as Yaguchi at their public high school. He is a male character, however, vastly prefers to wear feminine clothing.
His feelings and relationship to Taiga begin to change as he spends more time with her throughout the series. Eventually, he and Taiga become a couple and they got married (which now makes her Taiga Takasu) so in that way they can both be adults.
Atlus may never give players the actual chance for Joker to date male characters in Persona 5, or any other spin-off and sequel games. But, by expanding Akechi's character in Royal, they did unintentionally give fans a full-fledged romantic relationship between Joker and Goro Akechi.
Who can Joker date in Persona 5?
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Joker could date any one of the Phantom Thieves, including Ann, Makoto and Futaba, as well as a variety of characters from around Tokyo. These included Joker's teacher, Sadayo Kawakami, his doctor, Tae Takemi, and a shogi champion, Hifumi Togo.
Rean's classmate and canonical love interest. Alisa is the first student Rean meets the day he arrives in Trista.
4 Yukiko Amagi (Priestess Arcana)
Of the main girls, her relationship with the main character feels the most organic as far as the story's structure goes. Rise is arguably the more natural fit for the lead, but Yukiko is introduced immediately and framed as the initial love interest.
Naoto was created for Persona 4. She is a young detective who moves to Inaba, the setting of Persona 4, to solve a serial-murder case. Due to the gendered stereotypes of detectives and institutional misogyny in law enforcement, Naoto presents as a man in order to hide her gender.
AkeShu/ShuAke is the slash ship between Akira Kurusu/Ren Amamiya/Joker and Goro Akechi from the Persona fandom.
Out of all the potential romances, the standout is the one with Hifumi Togo. While there are some requirements to even start getting to know her, Hifumi's story is well worth the work.
- 6 Ichiko Ohya (The Devil)
- 5 Haru Okumura (The Empress)
- 4 Ann Takamaki (The Lovers)
- 3 Kasumi Yoshizawa (The Faith)
- 2 Chihaya Mifune (Wheel Of Fortune)
- 1 Hifumi Togo (The Star)
In issue #2, Jack proposes to Harley, and she accepts.
Punchline is the Joker's new girlfriend who's previously been described as the polar opposite of Harley Quinn. The character was introduced recently in the comics and has found early success thanks to a sleek design, her relationship with DC's biggest villain and the speculator market.
Parents need to know that in Blue Period, an anime series based on a manga comic series in Japan, teens smoke and drink heavily. Teen male characters have some aggressive attitudes toward female characters, many of which are sexualized or skew to "innocent" depictions.
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The book is also interesting for its treatment of Yuka, a nonbinary character about whom no one really makes a fuss. Some use female pronouns for them, some male, and Yuka doesn't seem annoyed that the protagonist uses their male name, Ryuji, which seems more out of habit than anything deliberately malicious.
Yatora is a young man of medium height and build.
Ryūji (also spelled Ryuji or Ryuuji) is a common masculine Japanese given name.
It was revealed that Minori was in love with Ryuuji the entire time but she decided not to act on her feelings for the sake of Taiga's happiness. It's pretty hard not to adore someone after such a selfless act.
During Taiga's ending on the PSP, she marries Ryuuji (which now makes her Taiga Takasu) and becomes pregnant with triplets, in which this ending is also how presumably it would've gone in the anime.
goro akechi having two (2) distinct rebel attires and two (2) “true” persona that awakened to an amalgamation third is accidentally symbolic of several defining traits of borderline personality disorder, namely: a disturbed and disjointed sense of identity.
Futaba Sakura speculates that Akechi was only able to awaken to two Personas (one that represented his lies and one that represented his hate) because he didn't trust anyone enough to form genuine human bonds, implying that a person needs to be connected to others in order to make full use out of the Wild Card ability.
Akechi loves inviting Joker out to spend time, whether it's going to a cafe or taking a bath with him near the cafe. Akechi even asks Joker out to a jazz bar with him and tells him how much he loves the spot. The two are always having fun in these scenes, despite the different loyalties.
- 8/10 Sadayo Kawakami (Persona 5)
- 7/10 Ann Takamaki (Persona 5)
- 6/10 Aigis (Persona 3)
- 5/10 Chie Satonaka (Persona 4)
- 4/10 Futaba Sakura (Persona 5)
- 3/10 Mitsuru Kirijo (Persona 3)
- 2/10 Makoto Niijima (Persona 5)
- 1/10 Naoto Shirogane (Persona 4)
In fact, you actually end up with an extra (pity) chocolate from Sojiro, according to a post here: you still get chocolate from the girl you picked for Valentine's day and pity chocolate from Sojiro. Thus, if you choose to cheat, you actually receive more than if you'd stayed faithful.
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A string of female characters follows soon after with Makoto Nijima, Kasumi Yoshizawa, and Futaba Sakura coming in second, third, and fourth respectively. It's actually not too surprising to see these rankings as well, with Makoto making the top spot in other people's top Persona 5 Royal characters lists.
Harley Quinn, born Harleen Frances Quinzel, was a psychiatrist at Arkham Asylum who was turned into an insane criminal and girlfriend of the Joker.
8 Love: Joker & Makoto Nijima
Throughout her questline, Makoto opens her heart to Joker to vent to him about her father's death and how she feels lonely. Joker is able to comfort her through this growing closer to her, which naturally develops into a romantic relationship.
It's a love confession: Akechi's life isn't "trivial" to Joker because he loves him.
In a December 2019 stage adaptation of Persona 5, Joker's name was changed every night, gaining nearly 20 names. While Ren Amamiya is Joker's most common “canon” name, whatever name you choose for him is an equally worthy contender.
Lucy Quinzel is the daughter of the Joker and Harley Quinn and the niece of Delia Quinzel.
She was assigned the undesirable task of taking care of the Joker — an assignment that would change her life forever. In some versions of Harley's origin story, she becomes infatuated with the Joker because he's one of the only few people that seems to actually care for her.