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28th Sep '17 4:16:46 PM kyller3030
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* ''Manga/HeavensLostProperty'': Mikako Satsukitane: The local Yakuza Princess, whose sadistic streak can match any psychopath are only played for laughs. Also the student council president. Almost lost the position of president because she was failing one class. Ethics.

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* ''Manga/HeavensLostProperty'': Mikako Satsukitane: The local Yakuza Princess, whose sadistic streak can match any psychopath psychopath, are only played for laughs. Also the student council president. Almost lost the position of president because she was failing one class. Ethics.
28th Sep '17 4:15:41 PM kyller3030
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* ''Manga/HeavensLostProperty'': Mikako Satsukitane: The local Yakuza Princess, whose sadistic streak can match any psychopath are only played for laughs. Also the student council president. Almost lost the position of president because she was failing one class. Ethics.
15th Aug '17 3:39:56 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** Mitsuru Kirijo from ''VideoGame/Persona3'' actually has a justification for how much power she has. The school was built and is still owned by her family's Kirijo Group, one of the powerful corporations in Japan, and they have a say in the inner workings of running it. The teachers are thus rightly terrified of angering or otherwise disregarding Mitsuru in any way, since she really does have far more power than they do.

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** Mitsuru Kirijo from ''VideoGame/Persona3'' actually has a justification for how much power she has. The school was built and is still owned by her family's Kirijo Group, one of the most powerful corporations in Japan, and they have a say in the inner workings of running it. The teachers are thus rightly terrified of angering or otherwise disregarding Mitsuru in any way, since she really does have far more power than they do.
16th Jul '17 7:02:31 PM Gamermaster
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* ''Manga/SeitokaiYakuindomo'': Shino is an efficient, albeit perverted, student council president, complete with TheAce traits. Later on in the series she starts grooming Takatoshi to inherit the position when she graduates (since nobody else wants the job).

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* ''Manga/SeitokaiYakuindomo'': Shino is an efficient, albeit perverted, student council president, complete with TheAce traits. Later on in the series she starts grooming her vice-president Takatoshi to inherit the position when she graduates (since nobody else wants the job).
29th Jun '17 2:42:32 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** Mitsuru Kirijo from ''VideoGame/Persona3'' actually has a justification for how much power she has. The school was built and is still owned by her family's Kirijo Group, one of the powerful corporations in Japan, and they have a say in the inner workings of running it. The teachers are thus rightly terrified of angering or otherwise disregarding Mitsuru in anyway, since she really does have far more power than they do.
** ''VideoGame/Persona4'' has a brief cameo by Mitsuru's unlikely successor, [[spoiler:ex-ShrinkingViolet Chihiro Fushimi, who was Treasurer in the previous game.]]

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** Mitsuru Kirijo from ''VideoGame/Persona3'' actually has a justification for how much power she has. The school was built and is still owned by her family's Kirijo Group, one of the powerful corporations in Japan, and they have a say in the inner workings of running it. The teachers are thus rightly terrified of angering or otherwise disregarding Mitsuru in anyway, any way, since she really does have far more power than they do.
** ''VideoGame/Persona4'' has a brief cameo by Mitsuru's unlikely successor, [[spoiler:ex-ShrinkingViolet Chihiro Fushimi, who was Treasurer in the previous game.]]game]].
13th Jun '17 1:04:09 PM werk
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** ''VideoGame/Persona5'' has Makoto Nijima, who like Mitsuru is both president of her school's student council and a party member. Interestingly, though, it's a deconstruction of the role with nearly all the "anime" fantastical elements removed. Instead of being beloved by all, impossibly perfect, and having a level of power higher than the teachers and basically being the goddess of the school (like, say, Mitsuru) she's a completely powerless glorified gopher for the principal, all the students hate her (including the party at first) because they assume she was helping to cover up coach Kamoshida's abuse, and she's constantly stressed out by her numerous responsibilities, leaving her a far cry from the usual portrayal of a Student Council President.

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** ''VideoGame/Persona5'' has Makoto Nijima, who like Mitsuru is both president of her school's student council and a party member. Interestingly, though, it's a deconstruction an aversion of the role with nearly all the "anime" fantastical elements removed. Instead of being beloved by all, impossibly perfect, and having a level of power higher than the teachers and basically being the goddess of the school (like, say, Mitsuru) she's a completely powerless glorified gopher for the principal, all the students hate her (including the party at first) because they assume she was helping to cover up coach Kamoshida's abuse, and she's constantly stressed out by her numerous responsibilities, leaving her a far cry from the usual portrayal of a Student Council President.
19th May '17 9:50:21 AM Gamermaster
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* [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Sumi Sain]] from ''Manga/{{Fullmapla}}''. She's said to be very good at dealing with budget arguments... because she's so annoying that people would rather reach an agreement than have to deal with her.
15th May '17 6:04:14 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* Mitsuru Kirijo from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}''.
** Mitsuru also provides a justification for how much power she has. The school was built and is still owned by her family, the Kirijo Group, which is one of the most powerful groups in Japan and they have a say in the inner workings of running it. The teachers are thus rightly terrified of angering or otherwise disregarding Mitsuru in anyway, since she really does have far more power than they do.
** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' has a brief cameo by her unlikely successor, [[spoiler:ex-ShrinkingViolet Chihiro Fushimi, who was Treasurer in the previous game.]]
** And in ''VideoGame/Persona4Arena'', [[spoiler:Labrys' mind creates a fantasy for her where she's this at Yasogami High School, in an attempt to fulfill a wish of the source of her personality, an IllGirl whose condition prevented her from going to school.]]
** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' has Makoto Nijima, who, like Mitsuru is president of her school's student council and a party member. Interestingly, though, it's a deconstruction of the role with nearly all the "anime" fantastical elements removed. Instead of being beloved by all, impossibly perfect and having a level of power higher than the teachers and basically being the goddess of the school (like say, Mitsuru) she's a completely powerless glorified gopher for the principal, all the students hate her (including the party at first) because they assume she's in on the abuse coverup and sides with Kamoshida, and all the responsibility is a massive struggle for her leaving her a far cry from the usual Student council head role.

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* ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'':
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Mitsuru Kirijo from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}''.
** Mitsuru also provides
''VideoGame/Persona3'' actually has a justification for how much power she has. The school was built and is still owned by her family, the family's Kirijo Group, which is one of the most powerful groups corporations in Japan Japan, and they have a say in the inner workings of running it. The teachers are thus rightly terrified of angering or otherwise disregarding Mitsuru in anyway, since she really does have far more power than they do.
** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' ''VideoGame/Persona4'' has a brief cameo by her Mitsuru's unlikely successor, [[spoiler:ex-ShrinkingViolet Chihiro Fushimi, who was Treasurer in the previous game.]]
** And in ''VideoGame/Persona4Arena'', [[spoiler:Labrys' [[spoiler:Labrys's mind creates a fantasy for her where she's this at Yasogami High School, in an attempt to fulfill a wish of the source of her personality, an IllGirl whose condition prevented her from going to school.]]
school]].
** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' ''VideoGame/Persona5'' has Makoto Nijima, who, who like Mitsuru is both president of her school's student council and a party member. Interestingly, though, it's a deconstruction of the role with nearly all the "anime" fantastical elements removed. Instead of being beloved by all, impossibly perfect perfect, and having a level of power higher than the teachers and basically being the goddess of the school (like (like, say, Mitsuru) she's a completely powerless glorified gopher for the principal, all the students hate her (including the party at first) because they assume she was helping to cover up coach Kamoshida's abuse, and she's in on the abuse coverup and sides with Kamoshida, and all the responsibility is a massive struggle for constantly stressed out by her numerous responsibilities, leaving her a far cry from the usual portrayal of a Student council head role.Council President.
29th Apr '17 4:40:44 PM nombretomado
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* Homura Akai in ''TokimekiMemorial 2'', and when she graduates, her ArchEnemy [[SenpaiKohai kohai]] Mei Ijuin takes the mantle. Let's just say that neither of them are your typical anime and video game Student Council President : the first is a lazy {{tomboy}} who was forcefully put in that role by the school headmaster, who hoped to make her a better student, and she instead used that opportunity to make things fun and wacky ; the second is a quirky MadScientist {{Tsundere}}. HilarityEnsues.

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* Homura Akai in ''TokimekiMemorial ''VisualNovel/TokimekiMemorial 2'', and when she graduates, her ArchEnemy [[SenpaiKohai kohai]] Mei Ijuin takes the mantle. Let's just say that neither of them are your typical anime and video game Student Council President : the first is a lazy {{tomboy}} who was forcefully put in that role by the school headmaster, who hoped to make her a better student, and she instead used that opportunity to make things fun and wacky ; the second is a quirky MadScientist {{Tsundere}}. HilarityEnsues.
27th Apr '17 7:04:47 AM Hvedekorn
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* In ''Manga/YamadaKunAndTheSevenWitches'', the student council president by and large has the power over the school, so it's a position that many people strive for. There have been four of them during Yamada's school time, due to one of them leaving the post early because of a vote of non-confidence: Haruma Yamazaki (the BigBad of the first part of the story), Toranosuke Miyamura (Yamada's [[TheLancer lancer]]), [[spoiler:Shinichi Tamaki (another of Yamada's friends, taking over after Miyamura)]], and an unnamed girl who was Yamazaki's predecessor. Nene Odagiri was runner-up to Miyamura, and Masamune Ichijo to [[spoiler:Tamaki]].

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* In ''Manga/YamadaKunAndTheSevenWitches'', the student council president by and large has the power over the school, so it's a position that many people strive for. There have been four five of them during Yamada's school time, due to one of them leaving the post early because of a vote of non-confidence: non-confidence, and another one having a short term: Haruma Yamazaki (the BigBad of the first part of the story), Toranosuke Miyamura (Yamada's [[TheLancer lancer]]), [[spoiler:Shinichi Tamaki (another of Yamada's friends, taking over after Miyamura)]], Miyamura), Yuri Miura (a former enemy who takes over at the end of Yamada's third year after Tamaki's short term)]], and an unnamed girl Amamiya who was Yamazaki's predecessor. Nene Odagiri was runner-up to Miyamura, and Masamune Ichijo to [[spoiler:Tamaki]].
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