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Megami Tensei is a video game franchise by Atlus that has spawned a few spin-off series alongside it's main series such as Devil Summoner, Devil Survivor and Persona. The franchise and it's spin-offs have received several manga and anime adaptations.
|October 30th, 1992||"Shin Megami Tensei"|
|The story begins with a dream sequence as the nameless Protagonist is led through a formless hallway to meet a crucified man, a man tortured by demons, and a beautiful woman bathing who pledges to be with him eternally. She is later revealed to be Yuriko, revealed to be Lilith.|
|November 13th, 1997||"Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers"|
|Tlazolteotl, the goddess of Steam Baths is shown submerged in a kind of compact bathing device.|
Raidou Kuzunoha vs. the Soulless Army
Third game has a bathing scene. The player actually battles gangsters (as [[Raidou Kuzunoha) in the bath.
- "See that Daikoku-Yu Public Bathhouse behind me? Go inside, and pay him a visit."
- "Raidou Kuzunoha and his faithful catlike companion, Gouto, entered the Bath house."
Afterward, Satake Kenzou who had witnessed this, is impressed and becomes Raidou's informant. Satake likes to drink cider after baths.
The character Shizu Iida also works in a Bath House.
Devil Survivor 2: The Animation
Persona 3 Portable
Ryoji Mochizuki, along with Junpei, attempted to get in the hotspring along with the girls by "mistaking" the time. Regardless, Yukari, Mitsuru, Fuuka, and Aigis later showed up in the hotspring, much to Akihiko's panic and fear. Depending on the protagonist's actions, he could either escape from the girls' visions or being caught for peeping them bathing. Should the protagonist successfully avoid the girls' visions, Ryoji, along with Junpei will faint from staying in the hotspring too long.
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There is a Barrel Bathtub scene.
Persona 4 (game)
Persona 4 Golden
Persona 4 (anime)
The main character's cousin (his uncle's daughter) mentions going to take a bath before getting ready for bed, so she does some Off Screen Bathing.
While staying at a love hotel on a class field trip, Kuma/Teddy takes an off-screen shower and emerges from the steamy bathroom wearing a bathrobe and drying his hair. He then throws the towel away when he is done.
Persona 4: The Golden Animation
Persona 5 The Animation
There is a Furo scene.
There is a Shower scene.
Binah is the only known sea that crosses the Abyss. It is a vast body of water that is also called "the Sea of Harvest" by the residents of a nearby town, a reference to the powers of this ocean to give life to demons when attended by someone capable of preserving it's fertility. In the past, this role was the responsibility of the goddess Ishtar, before she was punished by God and stripped of her form and sanity. It's also in these waters that the beautiful nymph Fury tends to bathe herself, and where the player can acquire her magical robe.
Ganga: It is believed that bathing in her sacred waters can wash away sin and that continued ritualistic bathing will earn a person a place in heaven.
Scylla: In legend, Circe poisoned Scylla's bathing water, so that when Scylla bathed next, she became a grotesque sea monster with six heads.
Tsukuyomi was born from Izanagi's right eye when Izanagi took a bath after descending to the underworld.
Vouivres (see figure) are also known as ``Guivre``, and the terms have become synonymous. For example, in The Drac: French Tales of Dragons and Demons, the vouivre is depicted as a female creature with dazzling, green scales which emanate sound as the vouivre flies. The vouivre is depicted as greedy, her head crowned with pearls and a golden ring about her tail. The beast in this story stayed in a cave for most of her time, then left to bathe only for a few minutes.
- Super Mario - Both series have crossed over
- The Legend of Zelda - Both series have crossed over
- Kirby - Both series have crossed over
- Pokemon - Both series have crossed over
- F-Zero - Both series have crossed over
- Mother - Both series have crossed over
- Fire Emblem - Both series have crossed over
- Kid Icarus - Both series have crossed over
- Animal Crossing - Both series have crossed over
- Xenoblade Chronicles - Both series have crossed over
- Sonic the Hedgehog - Both series have crossed over
- Rockman - Both series have crossed over
- Street Fighter - Both series have crossed over
- Final Fantasy - Both series have crossed over
- Bayonetta - Both series have crossed over
- Dragon Quest - Both series have crossed over
- Fatal Fury - Both series have crossed over
|Bathers||Lilith • Tlazolteotl • Satake Kenzou • Mitsuru Kirijo • Ryoji Mochizuki • Megumi Kayano • Kanaru Morimoto • Teddie • Yosuke Hanamura • Yu Narukami • Kanji Tatsumi • Yukiko Amagi • Chie Satonaka • Naoto Shirogane • Rise Kujikawa|
|Megami Tensei video games||Shin Megami Tensei|
|Devil Summoner video games||Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers • Devil Summoner: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. The Soulless Army|
|Devil Survivor 2 anime||5|
|Persona video games||Persona 3 • Persona 3 Portable • Persona 4 • Persona 4 Golden|
|Persona -trinity soul-||7|
|Persona 4 anime||Other • 20|
|Persona 4 Golden anime||9 • 11|
|Persona 5 anime||9 • 19 • 26|
|Companies||Atlus • A-1 Pictures • A.I.C. • CloverWorks|