About the Discord Server
You may be wondering if we have a Discord
server, since many active modding communities use it for troubleshooting and information.
, the creator of many tools at the center of Persona modding, does
have his own Discord server.
It was originally public, but we ultimately restricted access to individuals we already know and can vouch for
We hope you respect this decision as it was not an easy choice. This saves us from a lot of outside distraction or intentional disruption.
How To Join
You are still able to apply for an invitation link via the forum
If you have made yourself known to us by releasing finished mods or tools
, you’re likely to be invited.
We are bad at following up on these in a timely matter. You may re-apply
if you feel you are a good candidate, or have other modders vouch for you.
We are especially looking for open-minded individuals that enjoy SMT/Persona games
and learning about programming/reverse engineering.
You may consider this gatekeeping or elitism, but please remember this is a service we’re providing on our own spare time
and it can be hard to properly handle a large group of complete strangers.
You are encouraged to form your own modding groups on Discord if you'd like and run it however you want.
We provide all of our user-ready research publicly, in places such as this forum
, our wiki
and our guides
If you come across any info that is lacking or outdated, you can even update it yourself to help the next person that comes along.
The bottom line is, we work better with those there for the same reason as us--
to make mods and have fun
. (Yes, we goof around, it isn't just some uber-serious place).
Transparency About Privacy
Our server has the same set of rules as the forum, but also includes an exclusive rule,
barring users from sharing conversations and WIP mods/tools:
We have no intent to conceal information that may be helpful to other modders
10. Keep the Server Private. Do not share conversation screenshots,
info or resources elsewhere without permission from those involved.
Especially datamining or work-in-progress tools. Again, use your best discretion.
Since the server is private, our users may be more comfortable sharing in-progress work there. This allows for more a controlled testing environment due to that expectation of privacy.
It is completely up to individual developers when and where to publish their research/tools, or how actively to provide support.