In Persona 5 Tactica marriage is the first level’s theme. In some surprising fanservice, players get to see the Phantom Thieves’ wedding.
Before the shippers get too excited, the wedding scenes are just a cutaway gag.
In the first level, the evil ruler Marie wants to throw the perfect wedding ceremony using her mind control abilities. Thus, it’s up to Joker, Morgana and new friend Erina to reunite the brainwashed Thieves and crash her wedding.
After reuniting and preparing for the final attack, the Thieves chat about what their own future nuptials might be like.
Joker then has the option to imagine what it’d be like to marry one of the Phantom Thieves.
Still, it does give a semi-canon visual for what each Thief would wear for their big day, fully voiced by the original cast.
Persona 5 Tactica marriage: Ryuji’s Wedding
Joker’s first friend, Ryuji Sakamoto is the earnest enforcer of the Phantom Thieves. Strong, brash, hot-blooded and honest, Ryuji won over many fans with his pure-hearted himbo goodness.
In a shining white suit, Ryuji is excited at spending the rest of his life with his best friend. However, the ceremony gets slightly derailed by the most important question for Ryuji: what ply toilet paper is best?
The first Phantom Thief Joker met, Ann Takamaki is the beautiful model and powerful mage Panther. One of the earliest romance options in the original game, Ann is empathetic and strong-willed.
She’s not the brightest student, but she has one of the brightest smiles.
On her big day, Ann wears a classic wedding gown and hopes for an equally fairy tale happy ending.
Eccentric, artistic, and bold. These three words perfectly encapsulate Yusuke Kitagawa, who served the Phantom Thieves with pen and with sword as Fox.
Singularly focused, Yusuke is appropriately dressed in traditional Japanese garb for his wedding day. Befitting his artistic leanings, Yusuke outlines the historic expectations of a beautiful Japanese marriage. Namely, the three things a good marriage needs are patience, finances, and procreation.
Joker is suitably nonplussed.
Makoto Nijima deserves her regal codename Queen. The student council president is an unrelenting force of justice, both in intellect and in strength. She devises the Thieves’ strategy before missions, and once in battle she unleashes her powerful fists on their foes.
In a slim form-fitting dress, she happily accepts her position as Joker’s bride. The joyful ceremony gets derailed though when her fearsome personality makes clear that she won’t tolerate any philandering on Joker’s part.
As Oracle, she is the cheeky, genius prodigy hacker who provides the technical support for the Phantom Thieves in and out of battle. But when she’s Futaba Sakura, she is a shy nerdy introvert who avoids others.
As Joker’s bride, she is a charming lovely lady who shakes her head at her father’s tears, as she prepares to make her key item, Joker, into a wedding ring.
Haru Okumura is silk and steel. This is best exemplified by her Persona, Milady, which underneath its ladylike skirt has an enormous gatling gun.
True, she is the delicate ladylike heiress to the Okumura empire with sensible hobbies like gardening. But as Noir, she wields a savage axe and a grenade launcher, and delights in battle.
Thus, she is appropriately serene in her wedding to Joker, who helped save her from a toxic arranged marriage. She is sweet and smiling to see the conclusion of her rescue romance.