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

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Sleeping Table Guide in Persona 3 Portable

Where and When

You will come across this boss on Floor 135 of Tartarus. There will be a single boss to fight with any team members you opt to bring to the battle.


This is a Level 50 boss with 1700 HP and a very high Magic stat. It also has a 40 agility making it likely to dodge some attacks.

Strengths and Weaknesses

This boss completely nulls Light and Dark attacks as well as Strikes. It is then strong against Fire, Slash and Pierce attacks with no explorable weakness.


The ideal loadout for this fight is MC, Junpei, Ken, and Akihiko/Shinjiro depending on when you reach this floor. Junpei and Ken are immune to fire and light respectively so they can come in handy as pieces of the team to stay alive despite the magical onslaught.

The MC can, and probably should, equip Saki Mitami who is immune to Fire and possesses healing abilities (which you WILL need).

You will need to ride your luck somewhat against Hamaon and Ghastly Whail but by debuffing fear and bringing revival items to the battle you can protect against these to some degree.

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