History Characters / DanganRonpa

27th Nov '16 4:42:36 PM NaguNagu
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* KidsAreCruel: A Free Time event reveals that Toko's first crush [[TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior posted her love letter to him on the wall]] [[TheFreelanceShameSquad so that all the other kids would mock her]], and, when confronted about it, [[TheUnapologetic admitted to her]] that [[BitchInSheepsClothing he had always hated talking to her and made fun of her behind her back]]. Genocide Jill admits to having [[AssholeVictim killed said former classmate]] at a later time.
** In a similar vein, Toko also recounts a time where an [[TeensAreMonsters eighth grader]] asked her out, [[YankTheDogsChain only to bail midway through the date]] as he had only asked her out on a dare.
***It should also be noted that, in the Genocide Jack file that lists the names of her victims, while most are men in their 20's and 30's, there are also two teens listed... [[MuggingTheMonster one 17 years old, and one 14 years old]]...
20th Nov '16 6:55:17 PM nmn3r3
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* BecomingTheMask: A variant at the end of ''IF'', Mukuro keeps her "Junko" identity in an attempt to understand her sister better, and to accept the world's hatred for both of the despair twins.
19th Nov '16 3:42:25 PM rjd1922
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11th Nov '16 7:51:05 AM erazor0707
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** BadassArmFold: Her official portrait is this. After all, this girl is single-handedly responsible for giving the entire world so much despair.

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** * BadassArmFold: Her official portrait is this. After all, this girl is single-handedly responsible for giving the entire world so much despair.
11th Nov '16 7:49:35 AM erazor0707
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* {{Badass}}: According to her file, she was so good at her job, she never came back from any mission with '''any''' scars. If that's not enough to convince you, you should see her in the "''IF''" scenario...
* BeautyIsNeverTarnished: See {{Badass}}. Subverted in the fifth chapter, where her corpse is blown up by her sister to conceal her identity.

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* {{Badass}}: BeautyIsNeverTarnished: According to her file, she was so good at her job, she never came back from any mission with '''any''' scars. If that's not enough to convince you, you should see her in the "''IF''" scenario...
* BeautyIsNeverTarnished: See {{Badass}}.
scars. Subverted in the fifth chapter, where her corpse is blown up by her sister to conceal her identity.



* {{Badass}}: This girl is single-handedly responsible for giving the entire world so much despair.
** BadassArmFold: Her official portrait is this.

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* {{Badass}}: This girl is single-handedly responsible for giving the entire world so much despair.
** BadassArmFold: Her official portrait is this. After all, this girl is single-handedly responsible for giving the entire world so much despair.
5th Nov '16 7:24:43 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* SelfRestraint: Despite being the mastermind, she actually has the least freedom of anyone (self-inflicted as it may be). She presumably uses a sleeping bag as opposed to everyone's comfy beds, can only take meals at night and has an irregular sleeping pattern as a requirement of monitoring the students at all times, whenever they might be active (with most of the murders happening late at night and into the morning). By the last two chapters, she has little more than a two rooms to move around in.

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* SelfRestraint: Despite being the mastermind, she actually has the least freedom of anyone (self-inflicted as it may be). She presumably uses a sleeping bag as opposed to everyone's comfy beds, can only take meals at night and has an irregular sleeping pattern as a requirement of monitoring the students at all times, whenever they might be active (with most of the murders happening late at night and into the morning). By the last two chapters, she has little more than a mere two rooms to move around in.
20th Oct '16 10:18:29 AM Slicer37
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* ExactWords: Loves using this, claiming that he never ever lies.

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* ExactWords: Loves using this, claiming that he never ever lies. By the end of the game, he starts lying regularly and abandons this.
20th Oct '16 10:13:13 AM Slicer37
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* KickTheDog: After Mondo is found guilty, he chides Kiyotaka for voting incorrectly, even though Kiyotaka is having trouble coming to terms with his "bro" being a murderer.

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* KickTheDog: After Mondo is found guilty, Almost everything he chides Kiyotaka for voting incorrectly, even though Kiyotaka is having trouble coming to terms with his "bro" being a murderer.does.
8th Sep '16 7:55:19 PM rjd1922
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* PosthumousCharacter: As mentioned above he is technically one of the first people you see in the game (during his execution) but you don't learn anything about him until ''much'' later.

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* PosthumousCharacter: As mentioned above above, he is technically one of the first people you see in the game (during his execution) but you don't learn anything about him until ''much'' later.
8th Sep '16 7:53:58 PM rjd1922
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* BirdsOfAFeather: Mondo and Kiyotaka, oddly. Both have personalities defined by surpassing someone: for Mondo it's his brother and for Kiyotaka it's his grandfather. The main difference is that Toranosuke Ishimaru died with a legacy of corruption and debt upon his family, setting a bar that Kiyotaka can potentially overcome through force of will (which he's chosen to focus of his life around). Meanwhile Daiya Oowada died through a gutsy act proving the lengths he'd go to protect his little brother on the night that Mondo was supposed to surpass him, and now Mondo spends his days simply trying to live up to his brother's memory without a specific end-goal (since the bar was raised to a point Mondo can't possibly reach). This divergence in motivations gives Mondo an insecure, aggressive personality while Kiyotaka ends up with a driven but overbearing personality.

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* BirdsOfAFeather: Mondo and Kiyotaka, oddly. Both have personalities defined by surpassing someone: for Mondo it's his brother and for Kiyotaka it's his grandfather. The main difference is that Toranosuke Ishimaru died with a legacy of corruption and debt upon his family, setting a bar that Kiyotaka can potentially overcome through force of will (which he's chosen to focus of his life around). Meanwhile Daiya Oowada Owada died through a gutsy act proving the lengths he'd go to protect his little brother on the night that Mondo was supposed to surpass him, and now Mondo spends his days simply trying to live up to his brother's memory without a specific end-goal (since the bar was raised to a point Mondo can't possibly reach). This divergence in motivations gives Mondo an insecure, aggressive personality while Kiyotaka ends up with a driven but overbearing personality.



** Touko Fukawa - Violet

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** Touko Toko Fukawa - Violet



** Kyouko Kirigiri - Purple

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** Kyouko Kyoko Kirigiri - Purple



** Mondo Oowada - Red
** Sakura Oogami - Brown

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** Mondo Oowada Owada - Red
** Sakura Oogami Ogami - Brown



* SplitPersonality: The case file on Genocide Jill suggests that the serial killer shows signs of having Dissociative Identity Disorder. She is indeed a split personality of her original self, Touko Fukawa.
* SplitPersonalityMakeover: Touko and Genocide Jill are discernibly different in that Genocide Jill has red eyes and an OverlyLongTongue.

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* SplitPersonality: The case file on Genocide Jill suggests that the serial killer shows signs of having Dissociative Identity Disorder. She is indeed a split personality of her original self, Touko Toko Fukawa.
* SplitPersonalityMakeover: Touko Toko and Genocide Jill are discernibly different in that Genocide Jill has red eyes and an OverlyLongTongue.



[[folder:Daiya Oowada]]

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[[folder:Daiya Oowada]]
Owada]]



Mondo Oowada's big brother and founder of the Crazy Diamonds.

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Mondo Oowada's Owada's big brother and founder of the Crazy Diamonds.



The original headmaster of Hope's Peak Academy, before Monokuma took over. All that is known about him at this time is that he's a man in his late thirties, and he might still be in the school. According to Alter Ego, the headmaster spearheaded a plan to lock the remaining students in the school following a Despairing Incident which forced the school to close. He's also Kyouko Kirigiri's father, which is why she was reluctant to believe that he could be the mastermind. As it turns out, the headmaster ''is'' in the school... as a pile of bones, likely the person killed by Monokuma in the "Space Journey" execution from the game's beginning. He had distanced himself from the Kirigiri family because he did not want to follow in the family business of being a detective, and cut all ties to them, leaving his daughter behind.

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The original headmaster of Hope's Peak Academy, before Monokuma took over. All that is known about him at this time is that he's a man in his late thirties, and he might still be in the school. According to Alter Ego, the headmaster spearheaded a plan to lock the remaining students in the school following a Despairing Incident which forced the school to close. He's also Kyouko Kyoko Kirigiri's father, which is why she was reluctant to believe that he could be the mastermind. As it turns out, the headmaster ''is'' in the school... as a pile of bones, likely the person killed by Monokuma in the "Space Journey" execution from the game's beginning. He had distanced himself from the Kirigiri family because he did not want to follow in the family business of being a detective, and cut all ties to them, leaving his daughter behind.



* FingerInTheMail: His bones are found wrapped up in a present, presumably to taunt Kyouko by whoever killed him.

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* FingerInTheMail: His bones are found wrapped up in a present, presumably to taunt Kyouko Kyoko by whoever killed him.



* LukeIAmYourFather: Toward Kyouko.
* ParentsAsPeople: Supplementary material implies he's legitimately proud of Kyouko, but more because she's his student ahead of her being his daughter. At one point in ''Zero'', she's not fully certain whether she should be happy or annoyed seeing the look of pride in his eyes at how talented a detective she is (especially because it reminds her of a look her grandfather, who she highly respects, once gave her). Considering [[AbsurdlyYouthfulFather his age]], he probably had too many ambitions left to fulfill ahead of being a decent father.
* RedHerring: He isn't nearly as important or malevolent as one may initially assume, except for Kyouko's motivation.
* PersonalEffectsReveal: In his hidden room where his bones are found, a photo is found of him and Kyouko as a child. Additionally, the password to said room was her name.

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* LukeIAmYourFather: Toward Kyouko.
Kyoko.
* ParentsAsPeople: Supplementary material implies he's legitimately proud of Kyouko, Kyoko, but more because she's his student ahead of her being his daughter. At one point in ''Zero'', she's not fully certain whether she should be happy or annoyed seeing the look of pride in his eyes at how talented a detective she is (especially because it reminds her of a look her grandfather, who she highly respects, once gave her). Considering [[AbsurdlyYouthfulFather his age]], he probably had too many ambitions left to fulfill ahead of being a decent father.
* RedHerring: He isn't nearly as important or malevolent as one may initially assume, except for Kyouko's Kyoko's motivation.
* PersonalEffectsReveal: In his hidden room where his bones are found, a photo is found of him and Kyouko Kyoko as a child. Additionally, the password to said room was her name.
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