Persona 5 Guide: How To Find And Capture All Treasure Demons

Persona 5 is full of content including plenty of secrets. Treasure Demons are a special type of enemy encounter that are rare to find and you won’t encounter the first one until you start the second dungeon in the game.

To capture these Treasure Demons, you will need to exploit their weakness but once you do that, you can easily negotiate to ask them for joining your party and unlike the other Persona, they will join it without any questions.

How To Capture All Treasure Demons And Find Their Weakness

Treasure Demons can be randomly found in the dungeons starting with the second one but if you are having trouble locating one, you can use the infiltration tool ‘Treasure Trap’ to locate them easily. The chart below lists all of the treasure demons along with their weakness that can be exploited to capture them.

Emperor 10 Regent
Empress 15 Queen’s Necklace
Fortune 20 Stone of Scone
Priestess 25 Koh-i-Noor
Strength 30 Orlov
Hanged 35 Emperor’s Amulet
Death 40 Hope Diamond
Fool 50 Crystal Skull

Treasure Demons which don’t have an elemental weakness need to be knocked down with a critical strike. Some of the Persona offer unique physical attacks that have a chance to land a critical strike so make sure to use them in such cases.

How To Obtain ‘A Phantom Thief’s Duty’ Trophy

Capturing a Treasure Demon can give you the trophy ‘A Phantom Thief’s Duty’ in Persona 5. The first treasure demon in the game is ‘Regent’ and you can locate him in the second dungeon. You can find his weakness from the chart above to negotiate and capture him, which will award you with this trophy.

If you are interested in reading more about Persona 5, you can check out our guides covering Social Stats, Classroom and Exams questions, Best Confidants and Money Making Tips.

Persona 5 is available now for the PS3 and PS4.

Khurram Imtiaz

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