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Persona 5 Tactica: Quest 1 – Quietly Storming the Castle Walkthrough



Persona 5 Tactica - Quest 1

Quietly Storming the Castle is the first side quest for the Hideout that players can accept to complete after rescuing Ann and Futaba from Lady Marie in the main story. The quest can be accepted from the hideout and players must complete the quest by following the winning conditions to get the rewards.

In this guide, we’ll go over how to complete the Quietly Storming the Castle quest in Persona 5 Tactica.

Quest 001: Quietly Storming the Castle – Walkthrough

The party requirement and winning condition for this quest are the following.

  • Party: Ann and 2 other units.
  • Win Conditions: Defeat enemies in 2 turns.

There will be 8 Musketeers in total spread over 2 different sections and 2 of the Musketeers will appear in the 2nd turn meaning, you will be unable to finish them in 1 turn but you do need clear 1 group of Musketeers in the first turn to have a chance of defeating all enemies in the next turn.

To do so, use Ann’s Agi Persona to inflict Burn Ailment on the enemies and then move one of the other units ahead to use their skills to get a critical hit to down one enemy. Once you have downed 1 enemy, move the last unit to the other end to form a triangle formation among your units. Now, initiate the triple threat to defeat all of the enemies.

Enemies will not inflict any damage in their turn as they will only unveil two remaining Musketeers. Now, move the units to the other section and start using the skill of each unit to defeat them. Joker’s Eiha and Ann’s Agi skills will be enough to take out all four enemies in that section.


Clearing the stage successfully will give you the following rewards.

  • 20 GP for Ann
  • 20 GP for Futaba

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