Void Quest Bonus Quest Guide
Quest 36: Carbon Copy, Part 2
- Carbon Copy, Part 2 is the 36th Quest in Persona 4 Golden. It first become available on August 22nd after Quest 35.
- This quest is requested by the young girl at the Samegawa Flood Plain Riverbank. Bring her a Leaf Pochette.
- This is another simple retrieve quest. The Leaf Pochette can be found at the Void Quest. Defeat the Shadow “Blind Cupid” on floors three through four to obtain this item.
- The reward for completing this quest are three Macca Leafs.
Quest 39: Acquire an Eternal Lamp
- Acquire an Eternal Lamp is the 39th Quest in Persona 4 Golden. It first becomes available on August 22nd.
- This quest is requested by an older man at Samegawa Flood Plain. Bring him an Eternal Lamp so he can walk.
- This is a simple retrieve quest. The Eternal Lamp can be found from Shadows at Void Quest. The Shadow is called “Amenti Raven,” and can be found on floors three and four.
Quest 44: Extracurricular Activities, Part 2
- Extracurricular Activities, Part 2 is the 44th Quest in Persona 4 Golden. It first becomes available on September 20th after Quest 17.
- This quest is requested by the teacher in Classroom Building 2F. Bring her a sample of Culurium.
- This is another retrieve quest. The piece of Culurium can be obtained from a shadow in Void Quest. The Shadow is called “Steel Machine,” and can be found on the ninth floor.
- The reward for completing this quest is the Mysterious Scarab.
These quests will be marked in the “Quests” section of the menu when you pause your game. There are 69 quests in total, most requiring you to retrieve items from The TV Dungeons. All these quests are marked in the order they appear in the Western release of Persona 4 Golden. The numbers may be different in other versions, but the names should be the same.
The quests that follow are usually fetch quests that require you to retrieve items from certain enemies in the various dungeons. However, they are considered “Bonus Dungeon” quests as they will typically not become available until after you have completed the dungeon they pertain to, and thus aren’t really mandatory.
However, completing some of these Bonus Dungeon Quests will unlock more quests at a later date. So, it is highly recommended that you not sell your loot until you are sure that nothing you obtained from the original dungeon can be used to complete a quest you would otherwise have to return for.
Once the date required to rescue whomever (Yukiko, Kanji, etc.) has passed, the dungeon changes/remixes a little bit to offer some different enemies and a new challenge to the player.
The final boss is different as well, typically offering a larger challenge with the reward for defeating the final boss usually being an exceptionally powerful weapon for the character you rescued from the dungeon previously. Going back to Yukiko’s Castle and killing the new boss after rescuing her will yield you a fairly powerful Fan Weapon for Yukiko to utilize.