Yuuki Mishima

From the hit RPG game, Persona 5, Yuuki Mishima is a second-year student at Shinjun Academy. He goes to the same class as The Protagonist and Ann Takamaki. He is the creator of the Phantom Thieves of Hearts "Phan-club" where people ask for heists that the player can take.  

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  • #1
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    Anonymous
    August 19, 2018
    "Many of P5's characters are being treated in a way that makes you feel happy when they overcome their problems in their arcana sub-stories. Unfortunately the same can not be said about their personal character development because all of them, with the exception of few people like Futaba, Makoto, Akechi, Sojiro and Sae, are mainly sticking to their own personalities throughout the entire story rather than becoming something different or bigger in the process. In a way Atlus knew that and brought people with completely different personalities from one another and combined all those 2 dimentional characters to a 3 dimentional world. However it also made the characters in the game being less exciting to meet compared to P4. Yuuki Mishima is the sole exception for me. Though you do learn a thing or two about the characters if you're hanging with them when you're improving their arcana, they don't really change or become something better, and the few 3 dimentional characters I mentioned earlier are growing to be a different person only throughout the story and not in their personal stories, those are still interesting but not enough to turther develop them. Mishima is a guy many people, especially some gamers who suffer from social issues and bullying, will find similarities with, especially when you'll see how he actually dares to do the things he didn't even consider to do at the beginning of the game. Atlus built his story arc even better than all the Phantom Thieves. He has been there ever since the first day. Few days after he was involved in Kamoshida's case as a witness for you and Ryuji. Than suddenly he's standing alondside you and Ryuji against Kamoshida, putting you on an expellation danger. Seeing how brave you were against him and how you were so involved in confronting him, Mishima reliezes you are the Phantom Thieves and plays alongside you by creating a site people can sare their problems to stop evil people to continue their endeavors, because he went through a lot of terrible stuff because of that horrible teacher and wants to prevent others to witness what he had. In time the PT became popular and so Mishima, seeing he was somewhat involved in the whole stuff, which showed a solution to his social issues because people started to like him more (except for that ass Akiyama). Now I didn't have any issues with him becoming popular thanks of the Phan-Site because I thought he deserved some love for his work, not to mention it didn't hurt the PT at all so what the hell is wrong here? But when he had a change of heart by himself and he saved Akiyama, who always bullied him, or when he encourages everyone at the final boss to believe in you if you reached level 10 with his moon arcana, you can clearly see the character development for him. While Makoto was praised for overcoming the society rules and not being manipulated by adults and futaba was praised for overcoming her fear of people (NPCs for her) interaction, Mishima accomplished both achievements across both the main story and his arcana story, something no one else quite accomplished in the game. Of course he doesn't do too much in the grand scheme of things, when he do he really picks up the slack. All of this made me come to the reliesation that he is the most important side character in the game and for me the best one of them all. Please make him a Phantom Thieve in the remake "P5 (something)""
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "Who is the best Persona 5 Character? It is Yuuki Mishima according to Fandom website."
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