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Persona 3 Reload Fountain Pen Looks Like School Merchandise

Atlus and Platinum Pens are going to release a special Persona 3 reload fountain pen and bottled ink set for 8,800 JPY ($54.50). You can get it via Premium Bandai, but as a note, you’ll need to be in Japan to access the particular store page.

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The fountain pen has the Gekkoukan Private High School emblem on the cap. It looks like something you could buy at the school’s merchandise shop if Gekkoukan actually exists. In order to make it easy for anyone to use for any purpose, the pen’s tip is quite thin. As for the ink, it’s a lighter blue than the Velvet Room’s colors. On the bottle, there’s a picture of the title art from the game. When you receive the fountain pen, it’ll come with the ink cartridge and a converter, so you’ll be able to use it from the get-go.

Persona 3 Reload is the remake of the original Persona 3 game. It draws on the original while maintaining some QoL updates from FES and Portable, though it will only include Episode Aigis (the FES epilogue) and not the female protagonist route. It came out early this year and within a week, it sold over a million copies, making it the fastest selling Atlus game in the company’s history.

Persona 3 Reload is readily avilable on the PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and Windows PC. You’ll be able to get the Persona 3 Reload fountain pen from Premium Bandai and it’ll ship out in November 2024.

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