Persona 3 Portable: How to Beat Magical Magus 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 Magical Magus, one of the many mini-bosses scattered throughout Tartarus. This Magical Magus guide will have tips, level details, and weaknesses for the boss.

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Magical Magus Guide for Persona 3 Portable

Where and When

This encounter takes place on Floor 98 of Tartarus. You will be met with three enemies to face, by this stage you will have flexibility over what characters to bring for the fight.


All three enemies are level 38 but only have 700 HP. They have a very high Magic stat which means their elemental attacks are very powerful.

Strengths and Weaknesses

This enemy is strong against all three forms of physical attack, it also drains Ice and nulls Light and Dark, which you should expect by now. It has one weakness, which is to Fire.


If the enemy plays Mind Charge or Makarakarn get ready to defend, heal, or use items instead of attacking. Mind Charge especially should be defended against unless you’ve got a Persona that is strong against Ice.

The ideal team for this fight is MC, Junpei, Mitsuru, and (if available) Koromaru. Koromaru and Junpei can use Agi to chip away at the enemy weakness while Mitsuru resists Ice and can help heal.

Lamia can be a valuable team member to have for this fight as it resists Ice and has an Agilao attack which will deal damage to the bosses.

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