History Characters / BattleRoyale

15th Nov '16 9:00:54 PM rjd1922
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* RedBaron: In the manga, he's called a "Devil Of Nothingness".

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* RedBaron: In the manga, he's called a "Devil Of of Nothingness".
11th Nov '16 9:48:48 PM Discar
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* MyGirlIsNotASlut: More justifiable than most cases, considering Yoshimi's past. Yoji is annoyed that Yoshimi is far more sexually experienced than he is, and goes into an impotent rage if she instigates any sexual behaviour towards him. He actually loves her, but thanks to the DoubleStandard, feels that pretending he's only using her for sex is more acceptable. [[AManIsNotAVirgin Because that's what a real man does, right?]]

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* MyGirlIsNotASlut: More justifiable than most cases, considering Yoshimi's past. Yoji is annoyed that Yoshimi is far more sexually experienced than he is, and goes into an impotent rage if she instigates any sexual behaviour towards him. He actually loves her, but thanks to the DoubleStandard, feels that pretending he's only using her for sex is more acceptable. [[AManIsNotAVirgin [[AManIsAlwaysEager Because that's what a real man does, right?]]
4th Nov '16 5:02:55 PM ThePest179
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* TheSociopath: Years of abuse have turned her into a remorseless killer who manipulates people into trusting her. She does have a few emotional attachments in the novel and manga versions, though.



** Also in the manga. The novel K+azuo's status as an ImplacableMan can be justified in some cases, but boy does he take a lot more damage in the manga.

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** Also in the manga. The novel K+azuo's Kazuo's status as an ImplacableMan can be justified in some cases, but boy does he take a lot more damage in the manga.


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* TheSociopath: In the novel and manga versions he has no emotions or drive to do anything, while in the film he's a sadistic monster.
29th Oct '16 6:58:42 AM rufusluciusivan
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* AdaptationalHeroism: In the manga, along with her AscendedExtra status. While far from being a villain in the novel or the movie, she still [[spoiler:shot Sugimura when she thought he was "playing" and wanted to kill her]]. In the manga, she trusts him enough to [[spoiler:not shoot him]].
29th Oct '16 6:54:24 AM rufusluciusivan
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* AdaptationalVillainy: In the manga. His KickTheDog moment listed under and [[DisproportionateRetribution his abandonment of Shinji who was attacked by bullies over losing an arcade game]] only happen in this version. His portrayal in the novel is more neutral. Here, he didn't help Shinji out of fear, not out of petty revenge.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: In the manga. His KickTheDog moment listed under and [[DisproportionateRetribution his abandonment of Shinji who was attacked by bullies over losing an arcade game]] only happen in this version. His portrayal in the novel is far more neutral. Here, he didn't help Shinji out of fear, not out of petty revenge. He also was a friend of Yutaka in the novel, didn't try to convince Shinji to abandon him and was still on good enough terms with Shinji for everyone else to assume that the three of them ally themselves when [[spoiler:they heard about their deaths or saw ther corpses]].
29th Oct '16 12:46:59 AM rufusluciusivan
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* LetThemDieHappy: In the novel, towards [[spoiler:Yuichiro, her MoralityPet]]. She lies to him by saying that his friend [[spoiler:Tadakatsu]] (whom she killed) ran away after accidentally shooting him, making him believe that he's still alive. She also doesn't reveal to him that she manipulated them all along and gives him a sincere kiss just before killing him instantly with a gun so that her face is his last vision. While the narration doesn't explicitly say it, she had no other reasons than this trope to act like that.
28th Oct '16 12:06:16 PM rufusluciusivan
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* WideEyedIdealist: He's so innocent and kind-hearted that Mitsuko takes pity on him after [[spoiler: Tadakatsu accidently shoots him.]]

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* WideEyedIdealist: He's so innocent and kind-hearted that Mitsuko takes pity on him after [[spoiler: Tadakatsu accidently accidentally shoots him.]]
28th Oct '16 11:48:36 AM rufusluciusivan
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* AdaptationalVillainy: In the manga. His KickTheDog moment listed under and [[DisproportionateRetribution his abandonment of Shinji who was attacked by bullies over losing an arcade game]] only happen in this version. His portrayal in the novel is more neutral.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: In the manga. His KickTheDog moment listed under and [[DisproportionateRetribution his abandonment of Shinji who was attacked by bullies over losing an arcade game]] only happen in this version. His portrayal in the novel is more neutral. Here, he didn't help Shinji out of fear, not out of petty revenge.
28th Oct '16 11:47:05 AM rufusluciusivan
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* AdaptationalVillainy: In the manga. His KickTheDog moment listed under and [[DisproportionateRetribution his abandonment of Shinjiwho was attacked by bullies over losing an arcade game]] only happen in this version. His portrayal in the novel is more neutral.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: In the manga. His KickTheDog moment listed under and [[DisproportionateRetribution his abandonment of Shinjiwho Shinji who was attacked by bullies over losing an arcade game]] only happen in this version. His portrayal in the novel is more neutral.
28th Oct '16 11:46:27 AM rufusluciusivan
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* AdaptationalVillainy: In the manga. His KickTheDog moment listed under and [[DisproportionateRetribution his abandonment of Shinjiwho was attacked by bullies over losing an arcade game]] only happen in this version. His portrayal in the novel is more neutral.
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