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Jakyou | Shin Megami Tensei II »

A place where you can fuse 2 or 3 of your demons to make more powerful ones. You can also check the status of your demons.

Jinana | Digital Devil Saga »

Leader of the Maribel tribe that has a resounding impact on Argilla.

Additional Information: The translation of the word Jinana within Hindu religion is "knowledge". It, along with karma and bhakti, form paths to god, although too much of any one thing is not necessarily beneficial. The key here is balance.

Judgement 1999 | Persona: Revelations »

A casino with various games that utilize tokens that can be bought from a nearby teller. Coins can be traded in for various items such as weapons or fusion items.

Junkyard | Digital Devil Saga »

The Junkyard encompasses the known world of Digital Devil Saga. It is made up of seven separate areas: Muladhara, Svadhisthana, Manipura, Anahata, Vishadha, Ajna and Sahasrara.

The ruling body, the Karma Temple, sits at the center within Sahasrara.

Additional Information: Each of the areas in the Junkyard are named after the seven primary Chakras. They are said to be aligned vertically within the body, from the base of the spine to the brain.

Much like the districts within the Junkyard, each Chakra has a color associated with it.


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