February 13, 2024

How to Find the Sengoku-era Helm in Persona 3 Reload and Get a Valuable Reward

Aria Mitchell
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If you have been paying attention in class Persona 3 Reload, then finding a Sengoku Era Hera for Elizabeth is a breeze.

How to Find the Sengoku-era Helm in Persona 3 Reload and Get a Valuable Reward

Finding the Sengoku-era Helm

For those of us who have been sleeping in class during important moments, however, maybe it’s time to give you a crash course on what you need to do, and more importantly, where you need to go, to find one. The Sengoku-era helm can be a bit tricky at times. Not because it’s too hard to find—it’s quite easy to know where to go, so long as you have been paying attention. It just takes a while to finally get it in your hands.

Step 1: Accept the Request

After accepting the request from Elizabeth in Persona 3 Reload, you should make your way to Gekkoukan High School. Once you arrive after school hours, you need to head to the first floor (1F) and head to the Faculty Office. This is located in the westernmost wing on the first floor of the school. Here you can check the Faculty Office and get a message regarding Elizabeth’s request.

Step 2: Visit the Faculty Office

Once you enter the Faculty Office, you will be greeted by a cutscene with a teacher called Mr. Ono. You have to come every day after school until the teacher finally gives you the helm. It should, in theory, take seven days of trying to finally get the item.

Step 3: Return to Elizabeth

After getting the Sengoku-era helm, return to Elizabeth at the Velvet Room. As a reward, you will receive seven Twilight Fragments.


Finding a Sengoku-era helm in Persona 3 Reload may take some time, but by following these steps, you will be able to obtain it and receive a valuable reward from Elizabeth.

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