So, having just gotten into the Persona 5 fandom/hype myself, I've been daydreaming a lot about what my own Palace or Personas might be like.
For a palace, though I don't feel I have any twisted desires, I believe it would take the shape of a haunted mansion, with ghosts acting as voices of ideas and people, positions and concepts, full of locked doors and impossible passages. No idea what the treasure would be.
For a persona, I feel like an apt option would be Janus, the roman god with two faces, bearing theater masks of comedy and tragedy, dressed in the garb of an old English butler.
What would you believe Palace or Persona be?
[Please avoid referencing existing Palaces/Personas as to avoid spoilers.]
What would yours be like?
My Own Persona could be Hercules and Hercules can Evolve into Zeus the Greek God
If it's gonna evolve into a greek god then:
A) Hercules is already a god. Some people, such as various Trojans in the Illiad, revere him as such.
B) The Greek version of Hercules is Heracles. Everyone gets that wrong. Personally, I blame Disney.
But my Persona would be Magoichi Saika into Lugh, God of Light from the Tuatha De Dannan in Irish Mythology. Wind/Bless persona. Wields a rifle. Lots of bird and beast motifs on both.
How do you figure that stuff out? I've never done it before.
Personally, I just based it on the elements of myself that I felt fit. It's not like a personality test available or anything like that, at least that I am aware of. So just whatever you think fits.
My palace would be interesting to say the least. As my greatest desire at the moment is to start my own coffee shop and roastery, I'm not sure what it would look like. But, I know what the treasure would be. An espresso machine, expensive and new.
As for my persona, I'm sad to say it cannot be Loki. Akechi already uses Loki, so I'm SOL there. Some sort of dragon perhaps? Maybe a wolf. And the second awakening could be for the goddess of foxes, Inari. Foxes are known to be great tricksters, so it would make sense if one follows Japanese myth.