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Appearance Decoration

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Appearance Decoration is a page where the player can customize the characters in Identity V IconHelp IVlogo.png.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Appearance Decoration has five categories: Costume, Accessories, Pet, Behavior, and Standby Motion. These are elements that enable the player to add unique visual qualities to their character.

Costume[edit | edit source]

Costumes, also known as skins and outfits, change the physical appearance of the character. This may be as simple as a palette change, or as drastic as completely changing the overall appearance. This depends on the Tier of the costume.

There are three different Tiers of costumes.

  • C-Tier Costumes are the least rare. They have green backgrounds in view mode and have similar designs to the original costume of the Character. The only difference in the costumes is the colour palette. These costumes can be obtained from various Essences, the Logic Path and by completing Diary Deductions.
  • B-Tier Costumes have blue backgrounds in view mode and have somewhat similar designs to the original costume of the Character. B-Tier costumes tie in to the theme of the essence they come from. The costumes have different colour palettes than the originals. These costumes can be obtained from various Essences and the Illusion Hall. Occasionally, limited or special B-Tier costumes are sold in the Illusion hall.
  • A-Tier costumes are rare costumes. They have purple backgrounds in view mode and have different designs from the original costume of the Character. The appearance of the Survivors (hair, looks etc.) may change completely. These costumes may have special effects, like sparkles. A-Tier costumes tend to be showy and bright. These costumes can be obtained from Essences, Memory Spheres, and the Illusion Hall. Every Season, one A-Tier skin can be obtained by the player from the Logic Path by reaching step 1528.
  • S-Tier costumes are extremely rare costumes. They have golden backgrounds in view mode and have vastly different designs from the original costume of the Character. The appearance of the Survivors (hair, looks etc.) may change completely. These costumes have special effects, like sparkles. S-Tier costumes tend to be extremely showy and bright. These costumes can be obtained from the Illusion Hall or respective Season Essences. When a character is released, their Limited S-Tier costumes can be obtained from that respective Season's Essence.

Costumes can be obtained from participating in certain Events, the Illusion Hall or by opening Essences and Memory Spheres.

Costumes that have the limited icon on the top right hand corner of their view mode can never be obtained after their available period. This includes limited costumes sold in the Illusion Hall for a period of time and S-Tier skins found in essences.

Costumes from special series or events will have respective icons on their top right hand corner of their view mode. This includes Call of the Abyss skins, Deduction Star skins, Persona 5 crossover event skins, the Charity event skin, Edward Scissorhands crossover event skins, Danganronpa crossover event skins and more.

All skins can be viewed in their respective character pages.

When opening essences, repeats of skins can be obtained.

C-Tier skin repeats reward the player with 36 Fragments Fragments.png;

B-Tier skin repeats reward the player with 200 Fragments Fragments.png;

A-Tier skin repeats reward the player with 1000 Fragments Fragments.png;

S-Tier skin repeats reward the player with 3000 Fragments Fragments.png.

Accessories[edit | edit source]

Accessories are an added object on the appearance of the character which may give them special effects while performing certain tasks. These objects are usually attached to the Character's waist, although in some cases, like the Geisha's hair accessories, they can be attached to other parts of the Character.

There are four different Tiers of accessories.

  • C-Tier accessories are common accessories. They are shared by multiple characters, such as all survivors, all hunters, or all characters.
  • B-Tier accessories are common accessories. These accessories do not give the character any special effects when equipped. These accessories usually have specific characters that they can be attached to, and cannot be attached to any other characters.
  • A-Tier accessories are rare accessories. These accessories will enhances the display of the character when carrying out certain tasks. Usually, the accessory is tied to the character's special skills or movements elusive to them, for example These effects may be prominent and showy. These accessories have specific characters that they can be attached to, and cannot be attached to any other characters.
  • S-Tier accessories are very rare accessories. These accessories will enhances the display of the character when carrying out certain tasks. Usually, the accessory is tied to the character's special skills or movements elusive to them, for example enhancing the display of the Ripper's Fog Blade by turning the fog black, adding sparkles and yellow roses to the Embalmer's Coffin, etc. These effects are prominent and showy. These accessories have specific characters that they can be attached to, and cannot be attached to any other characters.

Accessories can be obtained from participating in certain Events, the Illusion Hall, opening Crossover Event Essences or by opening Rank Essences.

Accessories from Rank Essences can also be bought from the Illusion Hall after the Season ends.

There are fixed prices for Rank Essence Accessories.

B-Tier Accessories cost 258 Echoes Echoes.png or 968 Fragments Fragments.png;

A-Tier Accessories cost 788 Echoes Echoes.png or 2988 Fragments Fragments.png;

S-Tier Accessories cost 1888 Echoes Echoes.png or 8388 Fragments Fragments.png;

Pet[edit | edit source]

A pet is a cosmetic that, when equipped, follows the Survivors in game. Pets of Survivors can be seen before the game begins in the waiting hall too. Pets have standby motions and can interact with Survivors when both are stationary. The pets may wander off while the Player is performing certain tasks, like decoding. Hunters cannot see the pets of Survivors.

Pets can be obtained by participating in certain Events, the Illusion Hall and specific Memory Spheres.

Pet
Icon Name Series Description Cost
Mini Jack Mini Hunters Keeping one's distance is a courtesy gentlemen should observe, but it cannot help but be drawn to the hunter's shadow... 888 Echoes Echoes.png or 3188 Fragments Fragments.png
Mini Geisha Mini Hunters Who is there to appreciate this graceful dance? Who can be relied upon? 888 Echoes Echoes.png or 3188 Fragments Fragments.png
Mini Wu Chang Mini Hunters Is it ever possible to make amends for one's greatest regrets? 888 Echoes Echoes.png or 3188 Fragments Fragments.png
Mini Photographer Mini Hunters A tenacious photographer aims to pursue the most splendid angle and to capture the perfect moment. 888 Echoes Echoes.png or 3188 Fragments Fragments.png
Mini Feaster Mini Hunters Not only can't you evade its stare, but you're also unwittingly attracted to it. 888 Echoes Echoes.png or 3188 Fragments Fragments.png
Mini Smiley Face Mini Hunters No one turns away a little joke, right? 888 Echoes Echoes.png or 3188 Fragments Fragments.png
Mini Soul Weaver Mini Hunters In this game, no one needs patched up dignity. 888 Echoes Echoes.png or 3188 Fragments Fragments.png
Cerberus N/A Hound ahead, stay away! 888 Echoes Echoes.png or 3188 Fragments Fragments.png
Morgana Persona 5 It's not just an ordinary cat. N/A
Kotaro A cat wearing a headscarf yearning to be a samurai. Its tail is short but its balance is very good! N/A
Observer.png
Observer Memory Sphere A gadget that tracks your every move. Are you sure it's not sent by hunters? 288 Echoes Echoes.png or 1088 Fragments Fragments.png
Miss Nightingale.png
Miss Nightingale Memory Sphere Miss Nightingale...are you the same one from the Illusion Hall? 288 Echoes Echoes.png or 1088 Fragments Fragments.png
Mr. Whiskers.png
Mr. Whiskers N/A Mr. Whiskers wouldn't say no to snacks. 488 Echoes Echoes.png
Chomper.png
Chomper N/A Chomper is a beautiful flower. At least, it thinks so. 488 Echoes Echoes.png or 1488 Fragments Fragments.png
Shiba Inu N/A Wards off evil and bad luck! The Shiba Inu has a will of iron! 488 Echoes Echoes.png or 1488 Fragments Fragments.png
Flesh Devourer Scattered around the corners of the manor. Explore now. A treasure from the abyss, passed down through generations since R'lyeh is locked within. Over time, the chest developed a taste for human flesh. N/A
Blue Butterfly.png
Blue Butterfly Memory Sphere A beautiful Blue Butterfly, grants spiritual comfort to survivors. 158 Echoes Echoes.png or 588 Fragments Fragments.png
Phonograph.png
Phonograph Memory Sphere All sounds will be recorded. The record would probably be valuable if you could escape with it. 158 Echoes Echoes.png or 588 Fragments Fragments.png
Silent Alarm Clock.png
Silent Alarm Clock Memory Sphere Warning: it could ring at any time! 158 Echoes Echoes.png or 588 Fragments Fragments.png

Behaviour[edit | edit source]

Behaviour is composed of two elements: Graffiti and Emotes. Graffiti is an image that can be placed on any surface on the map in-game. An emote is an action that the character can perform, such as shouting or lying down. Certain emotes can be used while moving while others can only be used while the character is stationary.

Behaviours can be obtained from Essences and special Events.

This list only includes GENERIC behaviours. For behaviours exclusive to the character, please check the character pages themselves.

Graffiti[edit | edit source]

Icon Name Series Description Survivors/Hunters
Muse Mark.png
Muse Mark Already Equipped The Graffiti content for all survivors and hunters, Muse Mark All Survivors IconHelpLoading survivor.png

All Hunters IconHelpLoading hunter.png

Smiling Smiley Face Commemorative half-year-anniversary graffiti. Smiling Smiley Face will pop out and scare you occasionally. All Survivors IconHelpLoading survivor.png
Villain Charm Accumulate 300 echoes to claim Villain Charm All Survivors IconHelpLoading survivor.png

All Hunters IconHelpLoading hunter.png

TAKE YOUR HEART II Persona 5 Crossover Event P5 Crossover Event Graffiti All Survivors IconHelpLoading survivor.png
Phantom Thieves of Hearts - Morgana Persona 5 Crossover Event P5 Crossover Event Graffiti All Survivors IconHelpLoading survivor.png
Casanova - Notice Letter Persona 5 Crossover Event P5 Crossover Event Graffiti All Survivors IconHelpLoading survivor.png
Call of the Abyss III Call of the Abyss III Exclusive [Call of the Abyss III] battle graffiti All Survivors IconHelpLoading survivor.png

All Hunters IconHelpLoading hunter.png

Call of the Abyss Team Graffitis Call of the Abyss III [Call of the Abyss III] Club Supportive Graffiti (check Event Shop - Time Limited for full list) All Survivors IconHelpLoading survivor.png

All Hunters IconHelpLoading hunter.png

"Fu" Spring Festival Event (2020) Spring Festival Event Graffiti, "Fu" All Survivors IconHelpLoading survivor.png

All Hunters IconHelpLoading hunter.png

Protector Hollistic Wellness Event Hollistic Wellness Event Exclusive Graffiti All Survivors IconHelpLoading survivor.png

All Hunters IconHelpLoading hunter.png

Hope's Peak Academy's School Insignia Danganronpa Crossover Event Hope's Peak Academy's School Insignia Graffiti, Danganronpa Crossover. All Survivors IconHelpLoading survivor.png

All Hunters IconHelpLoading hunter.png

Emotes[edit | edit source]

Icon Name Series Description Survivors/Hunters
Agree.png
Agree Already Equipped A motion that means agreement. All Survivors IconHelpLoading survivor.png
Confused.png
Confused Already Equipped A motion that means confusion. All Survivors IconHelpLoading survivor.png
Hurry back.png
Hurry Back Already Equipped A motion that asks teammates to hurry back. All Survivors IconHelpLoading survivor.png
Hush.png
Hush Already Equipped A motion that means hush. All Survivors IconHelpLoading survivor.png
Advance.png
Advance N/A A motion that means advance. All Survivors IconHelpLoading survivor.png
Survivor Dice.png
Rolls 4-Sided Dice Buy 4-sided Dice Enthusiast Rolls 4-Sided Dice Motion All Survivors IconHelpLoading survivor.png

All Hunters IconHelpLoading hunter.png

Standby Motion[edit | edit source]

Standby Motions are actions that the character performs in the lobby before the match.

This list only includes GENERIC standby motions. For standby motions exclusive to the character, please check the character pages themselves.

Icon Name Series Description Character
Default.png
Default Already Equipped Character's default motion in matching room All Survivors IconHelpLoading survivor.png

All Hunters IconHelpLoading hunter.png