Persona 3 Reload Missing Person Dates List Calendar Schedule

Persona 3 Reload Missing Person Dates: List of Calendar Deadlines

Knowing the list of Persona 3 Reload missing person dates is important so that you don’t waste time. Starting June 18, innocent civilians will get trapped in Tartarus and you’ll need to rescue them by a certain deadline or they will be lost forever. However, the missing persons schedule is erratic, and just when you’ve rescued one person, you might receive another request on the police board. The point is to give you an incentive to grind through Tartarus, but it can also waste an evening if you’re not careful. So to make things easy, we have broken down all of the dates and times when missing persons appear in Persona 3 Reload.

What is the Persona 3 Reload missing person list and schedule?

The following is a breakdown of the Persona 3 Reload missing person list as well as a schedule for when they go missing in Tartarus and by when you need to rescue them.

  • June 18 – Ayako Yoshimoto
    • Deadline: July 6
    • Location: Floor 50
    • Reward: Letter of Thanks and Recarm skill card
  • June 26 – Kenjiro Tsutsumi
    • Deadline: July 6
    • Location: Floor 56
    • Reward: 40,000 Yen
  • June 26 – Yoshimi Miyama
    • Deadline: July 6
    • Location: Floor 64
    • Reward: Black Quartz x2
  • August 3 – Yasuko Murabayashi
    • Deadline: August 5
    • Location: Floor 79
    • Reward: Emerald x 4
  • August 3 – Shuichi Niimura
    • Deadline: August 5
    • Location: Floor 84
    • Reward: Shift Boost skill card
  • August 19 – Satsuki Onozuka
    • Deadline: September 4
    • Location: Floor 101
    • Reward: Divine Grace skill card
  • August 29 – Hirotaka Tanigami
    • Deadline: September 4
    • Location: Floor 108
    • Reward: Malachite x20
  • September 3 – Reiko Makita
    • Deadline: September 4
    • Location: Floor 114
    • Reward: Mediarama skill card
  • September 12 – Bunkichi Kitamura
    • Deadline: October 3
    • Location: Floor 120
    • Reward: Homunculus x4
  • September 22 – Aki Kirobe
    • Deadline: October 3
    • Location: Floor 135
    • Reward: Magic Talisman
  • September 22 – Yasunobu Shimozono
    • Deadline: October 3
    • Location: Floor 140
    • Reward: 100,000 Yen
  • October 21 – Maiko Oohashi
    • Deadline: November 2
    • Location: Floor 146
    • Reward: Felt Doll
  • October 21 – Ryohei Nakatsugswa
    • Deadline: November 2
    • Location: Floor 159
    • Reward: Berserker’s Seal
  • October 30 – Takeko Hiraoka
    • Deadline: November 2
    • Location: Floor 165
    • Reward: Avaricious Ring
  • November 27 – Tomoyuki Itami
    • Deadline: December 1
    • Location: Floor 177
    • Reward: Omega Drive
  • November 28 – Katsue Sugi
    • Deadline: December 1
    • Location: Floor 196
    • Reward: Diamond x3
  • December 22 – Yumiko Sasamaki
    • Deadline: December 30
    • Location: Floor 209
    • Reward: Scintillating Coin x2
  • December 22 – Nobuko Fukuchi
    • Deadline: December 30
    • Location: Floor 221
    • Reward: Ruby x3
  • January 15 – Fumika Terado
    • Deadline: January 30
    • Location: Floor 232
    • Reward: Soma x1
  • January 15 – Mitsutoshi Okimototo
    • Deadline: January 30
    • Location: Floor 250
    • Reward: Salvation skill card

We won’t tell you exactly when you should go rescue these missing persons. But sometimes the deadline is just a day or two from when the victim disappears, in which case you don’t have much of a choice. If you want to save time, though, it’s best to enter Tartarus on days when you can save multiple victims at once. This is particularly true if there next victim disappears on a date that falls within the deadline.

As you might have noticed, there are some victims here that are Social Links, like Maiko (Hanged) and Bunkichi (Hierophant). So if you haven’t completed their social links by the time they go missing, you may want to rescue them immediately so it doesn’t eat into your daily plans. Otherwise, you need to save them anyway if you want to maintain that link in the first place, as they will die if you don’t rescue them in time.

Fuuka will remind you of any missing persons that are in Tartarus when you enter. When you get close to the floor that the person can be found, she will then pinpoint what that floor is. Once you find the person on the randomized floor map, you can escort the person back or have another party member on standby escort that person (this is the better option). After that, you can head back to the police station to earn your rewards.

While you explore Tartarus, you can take advantage of the XP farm method by defeating Reaper. Outside of that, here are the answers to every quiz and exam question in class.

Upcoming Releases

Kindred Fates is an open world monster battling RPG, and a love letter to the monster battle genre. Our goal is to evolve the genre, and finally bring fans what they've been asking for.
Inspired by the beauty of the natural world around us, Everwild is a brand-new game in development from Rare where unique and unforgettable experiences await in a natural and magical world. Play as an Eternal as you explore and build bonds with the world around you.
Atlas is an action-rpg with rogue-like elements where you use your ability to control the ground to fight the enemies and move through procedurally generated worlds.
Reviews
X
X