Persona 5 Royal: How to Beat Shadow Nakanohara (Obariyon)

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Persona 5 Royal is filled with boss fights within the palaces and mementos. One of the first you will encounter in Mementos is Shadow Nakanohara who turns into a familiar-looking Persona for the battle. In this article, I will be looking at how to beat Shadow Nakanohara as well as its level, weaknesses, strengths, and more.

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How to Beat Shadow Nakanohara Guide for Persona 5 Royal

Where and When

As the first Mementos quest available Shadow Nakanohara is found on the very first floor in Qimranut.


The specific shadow that Nakanohara transforms into for the fight tends to be a Level 8 enemy with 206 HP.

Strengths and Weaknesses

Obariyon the Persona is strong against physical attacks but weak to Zio.


The enemy can only deal physical damage so you won’t have to worry about knockdowns.

The main strategy is to use Zio and defeat Obaryon/Nakanohara.

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