The ability to fuse Arahabaki is your reward for completing the right Social Link in Persona 3 Reload. Unfortunately, the game doesn’t give you much information about fusing it. So here’s everything you need to know about fusing Arahabaki.
How to create Arahabaki in Persona 3 Reload
To unlock Arahabaki, you need to complete the Hermit Social Link with Maya in the Online Game. Unlike some of the other Personas you unlock via Social Links, you won’t need to create Arahabaki via Special Fusion. Instead, it’s a result of a whole bunch of Dyad Fusions. This means you can potentially get a Arahabaki with a handful of different abilities depending on what you fuse it with.
Arahabaki is a level 68 Persona, so you’ll need to at least be at that level to fuse it. Depending on the Personas you want to use to fuse it you may need to be a higher level than 68 but there’s some wriggle room there. Here are some of the easier ways to make Arahabaki but note that there are dozens of other combinations as well:
- Loki (69) + Pazuzu (56)
- Thor (64) + Byakko (63)
- Barong (63) + Alice (68)
- Thor (64) + Yurlungur (71)
- Surt (60) + Kohryu (71)
These are some of the simpler fusion recipes that you can use to make Arahababki in Persona 3 Reload. But again, there are many more to put together as well. So be sure to experiment and see what different fusions can give you.
Arahabaki’s strengths and weaknesses
Arahabaki is known to be quite a good Persona in the series. It can repel both Pierce and Strike skills, while also resisting Bless attacks. However, Arahabaki has plenty of weaknesses as well. Slash, Ice, and Curse damage can knock Arahabaki down which makes it a very risky Persona to use in some battles. Luckily it can learn Repel Dark, but it’s still got two major weaknesses after that.
Ultimately, Arahabaki is far from the best Persona in the game. But it’s still got some decent stuff to take note of. It comes with Herculean Strike which is a very good physical attack against all enemies. Plus it knows Makarakarn which lets you put up a magical shield that can deflect a single spell. It’s a very useful defensive tool and can be used to great effect in tougher battles. Now’s the time to start preparing to make some powerful endgame Personas though, and Helel is one for your list.