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Portrayed as an old woman with a closed book, the Priestess Arcana is a symbol of hidden knowledge or other untapped power, wisdom, female mystery and magic when it appears in tarot readings. The Personae of the Priestess Arcana are commonly Personae associated with healing and support attributes.
The Magician Arcana is commonly associated with action, initiative, self-confidence, manipulation and power (more specifically, the power to harness one's talents.) The Personae of the Magician Arcana are commonly Personae excelling towards Magic, particularly towards Fire-based element.
The Hierophant is a symbol of education, authority, conservatism, obedience to rules and relationship with the divine. The definition of a "hierophant" is a person who interprets sacred mysteries or esoteric principles, and the term was originally used to name ancient Greek priests who did so. The Personae of the Hierophant Arcana have no weaknesses, but no particular strengths as well.
In tarot readings, the Emperor symbolizes the desire to control one's surroundings, and its appearance could suggest that one is trying too hard to achieve this, possibly causing trouble for others; some elements in life are just not controllable. The Personae of the Emperor Arcana are Personae typically excelling in lightning-based and physical attacks.
In tarot readings, the Empress represents prosperity, creativity, sexuality, abundance, fertility and comfort (most often in helping maintain peace around them like an ideal mother would.) The Personae of the Empress Arcana are Personae excelling in Ice-based attacks with healing powers also relatively common.
Portrayed as an old man in a dark place or cave, holding up a lantern, the Hermit is associated with wisdom, introspection, solitude, retreat and philosophical searches. The Personae of the Hermit Arcana are commonly Personae excelling in Mental-Ailment skills.
Portrayed as a woman holding a sword and balance, the Justice Arcana symbolizes a strict allegory of justice, objectivity, rationality and analysis. The Personae of the Justice Arcana are commonly Personae excelling in Light-based affinities.
Portrayed as a king leading a chariot made up of two differently colored horses (in some cases mythical creatures). The Chariot Arcana is a symbol of victory, conquest, self-assertion, control, war and command. The Personae of the Chariot Arcana are commonly Personae excelling in Physical-based attacks.
In tarot readings, the Lovers Arcana initially represented two paths life could lead to, and thus a symbol of standing at a crossroad and needing to make a decision. Today, however, it is portrayed more of a symbol of love and romantic relationships, although it can also be a symbol of finding agreement with an ordinary friend or even two conflicting elements within. The Personae of the Lovers Arcana are commonly associated with Support-Healing attributes.
Portrayed as a woman with angel wings mixing up the water of two cups, one blue, the other red, the Temperance Arcana is a symbol of synthesis, prudence, harmony, and the merging of opposites. The Personae of the Temperance Arcana are often well-rounded Personae.
While it is associated with foreboding of doom, Death Arcana also symbolizes the metamorphosis and deep change, regeneration and cycles. The Personae of the Death Arcana are commonly associated with and excel in Dark-based affinities, but weak towards Light-based affinities.
Portrayed as a man hanging up-side-down from one leg, with his other leg crosses it forming a '4'; the Hangedman Arcana is associated with self-sacrifice for the sake of enlightenment, and the bindings that makes one free, paradoxes and hanging between heaven and earth. The Persona of the Hangedman Arcana are commonly Personae excelling in survivability.
Portrayed as a young woman holding up a terrifying beast (more often a lion), the Strength Arcana symbolizes an imagery beyond the Beast And Beauty, and is associated with the morality about the stronger power of self-control, gentleness, courage and virtue over brute force. In tarot readings, it can also represent creative or physical energy that needs to be or is about to be unleashed, sometimes out of desire to be recognized. The Personae of the Strength Arcana are commonly Personae excelling in Physical attributes.
Portrayed as a wheel with different animals wearing wealthy and beggarly clothes up and down the wheel, the Fortune Arcana symbolizes of fate and varying luck, fortunes and opportunities. What goes up will go down, what goes down will go up. The Personae of the Fortune Arcana is associated myth-figures related to Fate and Time, notable with the Norn Sisters, and has personae of the wind element.
Portrayed as a hermaphrodite devil over two naked and chained figures, the Devil Arcana represents the urge to do selfish, impulsive, violent things and be slave to ones' own impulse and feelings. Occasionally, it is also portrayed as a symbol of temptation. The Personae of the Devil Arcana are commonly Persona excelling in dark-based affinities.
Portrayed as a tower stricken by lightning, from which two small figures fall down; a straight Tower of Babel allegory about pride preceding the fall. The Tower Arcana is commonly associated to overly arrogant, prejudiced and authoritarian organization, which walk to their own ironic demise. Furthermore, it is also more generically used as an omen of doom and disaster. The Personae of the Tower Arcana are commonly Personae excelling in physical-based attacks and attributes.
The Star Arcana is also commonly associated hope, self-confidence, faith, altruism, luck, generosity, peace and joy. The Personae of the Star Arcana commonly excels in fire-element, but vulnerable towards ice-based attacks.
Portrayed as two dogs howling at the Moon, around a pool with a crab in it, with two towers in the background, the Moon Arcana is associated with creativity, inspiration, dreams, madness, illusions, fear, fantasy, the subconscious and trickery. In tarot readings, it can also represent being attuned subconsciously to the world around, gaining the ability to sense things without being told about them or without anyone else knowing (which means that some identify this Arcana with psychic energy.) The Personae of the Moon Arcana tend to align towards Physical Skills, while having average Magic stats.
Portrayed as two children holding hands under a blazing sun, The Sun symbolizes happiness, joy, energy, optimism, and accomplishment. Occasionally, it is also associated with one's initial happiness. The Personae of the Sun Arcana are commonly Personae excelling in Light and Fire-based attacks.
I'm thinking that Hibiya High School will be the school I'll use for this game. It's in the heart of tokyo and within the same district as Japan's house of representative office building. It's sort of like Japan's Washington D.C. I'm thinking that politics will play an important role in the overall story, sort of like how law enforcement was central to the core plot of p4.
Primary Residence/ Founder of the Nippon Conservative Democrat Party.