Persona 5 notebooks will make you the talk of Shujin Academy


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Ever wondered how you can prove to Makoto that your schoolwork is your top priority? Want to get top grades so you don't become one of those shitty adults? Sick of leaving that GameFAQs page open so you can check the answers to the test questions? Then maybe you need one of these slick Persona 5 notebooks, available to order from Cook and Becker.

These stationery sets - officially licensed by Atlus - are sure to make you top of your class, and are perfect for note-taking, diary entries, or mapping out palaces.

Available in two formats, the Limited Edition includes a 192-page hardback notebook, adorned in black and plaid cotton and emblazoned with the Shujin Academy badge. The book contains 16 pages of original concept art, and that fabled item of the Persona franchise, a tarot card. This notebook retails for around £22, (or roughly $27 USD), not including shipping costs.

The Collector's Edition includes two notebooks, a pen, a tarot card, a calling card, a giclee art print, and a cool set of stickers, featuring the Persona 5 cast, map locations, and emojis, all presented in a sleek collector's box. This set is limited to 1500 copies and retails for around £52, (or roughly $67 USD), again, not including shipping costs.

If you'd like to check out either set for yourself, then head on over to the Cook and Becker website. I can't promise that picking up these sets will make you Kawakami's star pupil, but hey, at least you'll be prepared when you want to save your progress. The sets are expected to ship in February 2020.

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