Persona 5: Treasure Demons [How To Defeat]

Here's a complete list of all Treasure Demons and how you can beat them in Persona 5!

If you are an old player in the Persona line, you’ll know that the game’s dungeon sections have a mixture of unique monsters hidden in their depths. In Persona 5, these unique monsters are called Treasure Demons and can be confronted by endeavoring to steal the many smaller treasures hidden around each Palace. As soon as they appear in the shape of a big red gem, the player must attack the jewelry to initiate the battle with the baffling monsters.

Key Takeaways
  • The unique monsters that appear in Persona 5 are called the Treasure Demons defeating them or adding them to your party by getting their mask has many different benefits. 
  • Players can also acquire EXP by winning against these Treasure Demons.
  • There are a total of 8 Treasure Demons which are as follows.
    • Regent: This treasure demon can be found in Madarame’s Palace.
    • The Queen’s Necklace: This treasure demon can be found in Kaneshiro’s Palace. 
    • Stone Of Scone: This treasure demon can be found in Futaba’s Palace.
    • Koh-I-Noor: This treasure demon can be found in Okumura’s Palace.
    • Orlov: This treasure demon can be found in Nijima’s Palace.
    • Emperor’s Amulet: This treasure demon can be found in Shido’s Palace.
    • Hope Diamond: This treasure demon can be found in Depths Of Mementos. 
    • Crystal Skull: This treasure demon can be found in the World Of Qliphoth.

Treasure Demons In Persona 5

Here’s a quick comparison list of all the Treasure Demons in Persona 5:

Treasure DemonArcanaEnemy LevelWeaknessesLocation
RegentEmperor10.0Psychic and NuclearMadarame’s Palace
The Queen's NecklaceEmpress15.0GunKaneshiro’s Palace
Stone Of SconeFortune20.0CurseFutaba’s Palace
Koh-I-NoorPriestess25.0NoneOkumura’s Palace
OrlovStrength30.0NoneNiijima’s Palace
Emperor’s AmuletHanged Man35.0NoneShido’s Palace
Hope DiamondDeath40.0NoneDepths of Mementos
Crystal SkullFool50.0NoneWorld of Qliphoth

Destroying a treasure Demon, or adding it to your party by getting its mask has a few benefits. You will get a massive amount of experience points for the wins, usually averaging from 1,000 to 1,500 EXP, but this can be improved if you’ve built up your Moon Confidant by interacting with Yuuki Mishima.

A treasure demon can’t be used in the battle, but it can be mixed with other personas. Some of them have very desirable support skills that can be acquired by the resulting Persona if you choose to acknowledge it to happen.

If, by any chance, you let a Treasure Demon run away, don’t panic. Once you’ve defeated, captured, or found a specific breed, it will re-appear in Mementos as a casual encounter. When you confront them in this way, the particular type of Treasure Demon will be chosen at random, so you’ll have to search for a long time if you expect it for a fusion recipe later in Persona 5.

In case you want to go scouting for them, here is a list of all of the Treasure Demons you can confront in Persona 5 and the most efficient techniques for eliminating them in the battles.


Persona 5: Treasure Demon Guide
Persona 5: Treasure Demon Guide
Persona 5: Treasure Demon Guide
Persona 5: Treasure Demon Guide
Persona 5: Treasure Demon Guide
Persona 5: Treasure Demon Guide
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