Despite secretly saving people and fighting horrendous monsters during the night, Persona 3 Reload is still a school-sim game at its core, and you can’t run away from the most dreadful enemy: education. Here is the answer to yet another of the many classroom questions in the game.
What Early Religious Practice was the Origin of Magic in Persona 3 Reload?
The answer to Mr. Edogawa’s wordy question on 6/17 is Shamanism. His extensive lectures usually don’t make much sense, but he’s always kind enough to give you the answer if you pay enough attention. But that’s where the trouble lies as you’ll quickly notice.
All of Edogawa’s lectures follow the same pattern of him preaching his magical knowledge to the students, and it’s quite a personal taste to enjoy these or not. They’re surprisingly some of the most enjoyable classes, as long as you can filter the nonsense blabbering out of the factual parts. I’m talking about magic, of course.
For this question, he mentions Shamanism at the start of his lecture. But by the time you arrive at the question, the player has probably already skipped through it without noticing. But those who got it right get a free Charm point for paying enough attention.
Some of his other lectures might eventually lead to a sleep – stay awake situation, so you never know what’s coming when you see those non-visible eyes behind his glasses at the front of the classroom. You don’t necessarily have to pay attention to those, but it’s funnier if you do. Either way, be careful when skipping his dialogue.
He’s only one of the many teachers who appear during classes, and there are many other tricky questions that need to be answered during your school year. Being a good student will take you to various places, so keep doing your best at school.