Marie (マリー, Marī?) is teenage girl who appears in Persona 4: Golden. She has no memories and cannot remember her own name; Margaret was the one who gave her the name "Marie". Yu first meets Marie as he gets to Inaba, and she later asks the him to help find out more about her. Marie is also the focus of a new Social Link side story, the Aeon Arcana (永劫, Eigō?), a Major Arcana, in which Yu shows Marie around Inaba and introduces her to his friends. She is voiced by Kana Hanazawa in the Japanese edition, and Eden Riegel in the English edition.
After Yu and his friends defeat Ameno-sagiri, she vanishes from the real world; if the player does not find her after too long, she will erased from everyone's memories. In an old cabin near Inaba, Margaret (on a promise to Yu) pulls the entire group through an old TV set, which serves as the only portal to the Hollow Forest, Marie's TV World dungeon. Margaret explains the situation to them: Marie has entered the TV World of her own free will, and that she is going to erase her existence to save the human world. Although initially reluctant, Yu's friends vow to rescue Marie, as she is as much of a friend to them as she is to Yu.
As the group finally finds Marie, she reveals that she is Kusumi-no-Okami (クスミノオオカミ, Kusumi-no-Ōkami?), one part of a greater power like Kunino- and Ameno-sagiri, her role being to spy on the real world for Ameno-sagiri, and absorb the fog in the real world if the two Sagiri are defeated. The main characters rid her of the mist by defeating Kusumi-no-Okami and she gains a bond to the real world, allowing her to exist there permanently. After Izanami-no-Okami's defeat, she reveals that she was one of two halves of Izanami, Izanami-no-Mikoto (イザナミノミコト, Izanami-no-Mikoto?); Izanami-no-Okami was the half that granted people's wishes, while Izanami-no-Mikoto was the half that actually thought of the good of people. Over time, Izanami-no-Okami's intentions began to diverge from Izanami-no-Mikoto's; as a result, the latter lost all of her power and memories, becoming a "shard".
After Izanami's defeat, Marie apparently vanishes along with her, as she is absent for Yu's departure at the end of the year. However, when Yu returns to Yasoinaba in summer, she reappears in the real world, taking on the stage name Mariko Kusumi (久須美 鞠子, Kusumi Mariko?), as a weather forecaster. She proclaims her love for Yu on TV while the main group watches on (much to their disbelief and Rise's outrage), and at the end of the credits can be seen in a photograph together with the rest of the main characters.
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