In Persona 5 Royal, a revised and updated version of the ATLUS masterpiece JRPG, several new features have been introduced, including Seeds of Greed. Three Seeds are hidden in each Palace, each hidden by a door covered with brambles. In the short term, harvesting them will only restore a small fraction of the SP of the group, which is no small thing, however, but once we have collected all of them we can use them to obtain very useful accessories.
Below we will see how to retrieve all three Seeds of Greed in Nijima Palace.
To reach the first Seed you will have to start from the Safe Room of the corridor: go immediately to the left and then to the right to go up on the metal crates, after which you will have to walk the corridor to the left, to finally enter the room closed by bars through the use of the card that you procure by knocking down the Shadows of the Palace. Behind the bars you will find the door to the first Seed.
For the second seed start from the Safe Room on the second floor, those reserved for members. Enter the wing of the slots and walk the entire central hall and then go immediately to the left and open the door. From here go right and go up the stairs. Walk the entire corridor and go down to the right, using the metal crates. You will find others immediately on your left: go up and take that street. Finally, use the grappling hook and follow the corridor: here is the door of the second Seed.
For the third suit start at the Safe Room on the high stakes floor. Exit and climb the wall of the room, using the central structure and then find yourself on the adjacent wall. Climb it to find another tunnel: slip inside and you will exit in the small corridor that will take you to the third seed, with the usual shadow guarding it. Once defeated, just open the door and collect it!
With this you will have made your own all the Seeds of Greed contained in the Nijima Palace in Persona 5 Royal.
► Persona 5 Royal is an Adventure-RPG game developed and published by ATLUS for PlayStation 4, the video game was released on 31/03/2020
Persona 5 Royal is a game to own at all costs: we decided to evaluate it with a 98%, if you are interested in learning more you can read the Persona 5 Royal Review by Giampiero Ruggiero.