Persona 3 Portable: How to Beat Change Relic Guide (Tartarus Boss Guide)

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The Tartarus bosses are almost notorious for being as tough or tougher than the Full Moon bosses in Persona 3 Portable. In this article, I will be taking a look at how to beat the Change Relic, one of the first of many mini-bosses scattered throughout Tartarus. This Change Relic guide will have tips, level details, and weaknesses for the boss.

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Change Relic Guide for Persona 3 Portable

Where and When

The Change Relic is found on floor 36 in Tartarus. There is only one to fight and should be fought using the team available between the first and second Full Moons.


Change Relic is a level 17 boss with very high magic stats. It has 850 HP which is much more than previous Tartarus bosses.

Strengths and Weaknesses

This boss has no weaknesses to exploit and very few strengths. It nulls WindLight and Dark attacks but is otherwise open to any attacks at your disposal.


Junpei is weak to Garu so I tend to leave him out of the party for this fight. He will either be hit by a Garula and die or offer the boss an extra turn for attacking his weak point. Yukari may waste SP healing him that could be better served propping up the main party.

Bringing a persona that resists wind can go a long way to winning this fight. Gurr or Alp are the only real options for that at this stage of the game and neither is perfect.

This boss can inflict poison on the party so if possible stock up on dis-poisons

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