History VisualNovel / Danganronpa

29th Apr '17 12:25:13 PM Psyclone
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Nearly ''everything'' about Junko Enoshima, before her death. For example, one of her magazines covers reads the phase "''Monokuro'' de Kawaii", and yet another has a title beginning with "[[TwinSwitch Twin]]."

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Nearly ''everything'' about Junko Enoshima, before her death. For example, one of her magazines covers reads the phase "''Monokuro'' de Kawaii", and yet another has a title beginning with "[[TwinSwitch Twin]]."" Makoto also comments that Junko doesn't ''quite'' look like her photos, which Junko [[BlatantLies attributes to Photoshop]].
17th Apr '17 9:00:06 AM Aipom-pom
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* DidntSeeThatComing: [[spoiler:The completely-destroyed Alter Ego saving Makoto's life at the last second during his execution, via a virus she implanted in the network.]] Kyoko lampshades this, stating that Monokuma could never have forseen a being coming to their aid [[spoiler:even after he'd killed it.]]

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* DidntSeeThatComing: [[spoiler:The completely-destroyed Alter Ego saving Makoto's life at the last second during his execution, via a virus she he implanted in the network.]] Kyoko lampshades this, stating that Monokuma could never have forseen foreseen a being coming to their aid [[spoiler:even after he'd killed it.]]



** Byakuya calls the bloody classroom he finds on the fifth floor "like a battlefield" and the dub has Monokuma telling the two to "soldier on" in solving the room's mystery, as if to imply Mukuro did it. This line wasn't in the original, and LightNovel/DanganronpaZero reveals that a battle did take place in the location, but had nothing to do with Mukuro.
*** This issue finally gets appeased years down the line during the airing of ''Anime/DanganRonpa3'''s Despair Side where Ikusaba was actually shown present during said battle, and in fact drew first blood. Everything after that was still a result of the student council killing each other, while she was forced to sing Tsubasa wo Kudasai.

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** Byakuya calls the bloody classroom he finds on the fifth floor "like a battlefield" and the dub has Monokuma telling the two to "soldier on" in solving the room's mystery, as if to imply Mukuro did it. This line wasn't in the original, and LightNovel/DanganronpaZero reveals that [[spoiler: a battle did take place in the location, but had nothing to do with Mukuro.
Mukuro.]]
*** This issue finally gets appeased years down the line during the airing of ''Anime/DanganRonpa3'''s Despair Side where [[spoiler: Ikusaba was actually shown present during said battle, and in fact drew first blood. Everything after that was still a result of the student council killing each other, while she was forced to sing Tsubasa wo Kudasai.]]



** The game is overall less outlandish than later instalments. While it does get a bit weird in some areas, later instalments took the series in a much more extreme direction. Notably, there are almost no elements of sci-fi like in the later games.

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** The game is overall less outlandish than later instalments. installments. While it does get a bit weird in some areas, later instalments installments took the series in a much more extreme direction. Notably, there are almost no elements of sci-fi like in the later games.



* CrotchGrabSexCheck: In the original Japanese version of Chihiro's ending, Chihiro proves he's a boy to Makoto by moving Makoto's hand somewhere "on his body", which is strongly implied to be this. In the localised version, it's specifically said that Chihiro moves Makoto to feel his chest, likely to appease the censors.

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* CrotchGrabSexCheck: In the original Japanese version of Chihiro's ending, Chihiro proves he's a boy to Makoto by moving Makoto's hand somewhere "on his body", which is strongly implied to be this. In the localised localized version, it's specifically said that Chihiro moves Makoto to feel his chest, likely to appease the censors.
19th Mar '17 12:39:38 AM foxley
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* BallCannon: The first case ends with the killer ([[spoiler:Leon Kuwata]]) [[CruelAndUnusualDeath executed by being chained to a post and shot to death by a baseball pitching machine]].
12th Mar '17 10:40:21 AM BelligerentQuelea
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'''Monokuma''': [[ForgedMessage Oh,]] [[ManipulativeBastard I wrote that one]].

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'''Monokuma''': [[ForgedMessage Oh,]] [[ManipulativeBastard I wrote that one]]. It was all me, baby.



--->'''Kyoko:''' Mukuro Ikusaba, the sixteenth student, lying hidden somewhere in the school. The one they call the Ultimate Despair. Watch out for her.

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--->'''Kyoko:''' Mukuro Ikusaba.\\
'''Makoto:''' What...?\\
'''Kyoko:'''
Mukuro Ikusaba, the sixteenth student, lying hidden somewhere in the school. The one they call the Ultimate Despair. Watch out for her.
23rd Jan '17 8:11:13 PM Kyoni
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** For all the things the anime glosses over, it does expand on a few emotional scenes. Notably, the scene preceding Leon's execution is made ''much'' more gut-wrenching as Leon [[UndignifiedDeath desperately tries to escape through the door while futilely pleading for his life]], really driving the point home of how utterly ''terrified'' Leon is of death. Similarly, the scene before Mondo's execution in which Kiyotaka breaks down in tears and begs Monokuma not to kill him was considered somewhat [[{{Narm}} narmy]] in the game due to how over-the-top Taka's reactions are, but the anime's more realistic rendition is truly ''[[TearJerker heartbreaking]]''. By the end of the execution, he's reduced to a [[InelegantBlubbering blubbering mess]] and is even leaning over a puddle of his own ''tears''.

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** For all the things the anime glosses over, it does expand on a few emotional scenes. Notably, the scene preceding Leon's execution is made ''much'' more gut-wrenching as Leon [[UndignifiedDeath desperately tries to escape through the door while futilely pleading for his life]], really driving the point home of how utterly ''terrified'' Leon he is of death. Similarly, the scene before Mondo's execution in which Kiyotaka breaks down in tears and begs Monokuma not to kill him was considered somewhat [[{{Narm}} narmy]] in the game due to how over-the-top Taka's reactions are, but the anime's more realistic rendition is truly ''[[TearJerker heartbreaking]]''. By the end of the execution, he's reduced to a [[InelegantBlubbering blubbering mess]] and is even leaning over a puddle of his own ''tears''.



* AdaptationalHeroism: While Byakuya's still a huge {{Jerkass}}, at least he doesn't openly and contemptuously talk about his plans to eventually be the successful villain.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: AdaptationalHeroism:
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While Byakuya's still a huge {{Jerkass}}, at least he doesn't openly and contemptuously talk about his plans to eventually be the successful villain.
23rd Jan '17 8:09:22 PM Kyoni
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** For all the things the anime glosses over, it does expand on a few emotional scenes. Notably, the scene preceding Leon's execution is made ''much'' more gut-wrenching as Leon desperately tries to escape through the door while futilely pleading for his life. Similarly, the scene before Mondo's execution in which Kiyotaka breaks down in tears and begs Monokuma not to kill him was considered somewhat [[{{Narm}} narmy]] in the game due to how over-the-top Taka's reactions are, but the anime's more realistic rendition is truly ''[[TearJerker heartbreaking]]''. By the end of the execution, he's reduced to a [[InelegantBlubbering blubbering mess]] and is even leaning over a puddle of his own ''tears''.

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** For all the things the anime glosses over, it does expand on a few emotional scenes. Notably, the scene preceding Leon's execution is made ''much'' more gut-wrenching as Leon [[UndignifiedDeath desperately tries to escape through the door while futilely pleading for his life.life]], really driving the point home of how utterly ''terrified'' Leon is of death. Similarly, the scene before Mondo's execution in which Kiyotaka breaks down in tears and begs Monokuma not to kill him was considered somewhat [[{{Narm}} narmy]] in the game due to how over-the-top Taka's reactions are, but the anime's more realistic rendition is truly ''[[TearJerker heartbreaking]]''. By the end of the execution, he's reduced to a [[InelegantBlubbering blubbering mess]] and is even leaning over a puddle of his own ''tears''.



** Let's not forget Kiyotaka in Episode 6 walking out of the baths wearing nothing but a small towel, with camera fixated on his backside.

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** Let's not forget Kiyotaka in Episode 6 walking out of the baths wearing nothing but a small towel, with the camera initially fixated on his backside.
23rd Jan '17 8:04:29 PM Kyoni
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** For all the things the anime glosses over, it does expand on a few emotional scenes. Notably, the scene preceding Leon's execution is made ''much'' more gut-wrenching as Leon desperately tries to escape through the door while futilely pleading for his life. Similarly, the scene before Mondo's execution in which Kiyotaka breaks down in tears and begs Monokuma not to kill him was considered somewhat [[{{Narm}} narmy]] in the game due to how over-the-top Taka's reactions are, but the anime's more realistic rendition is truly ''[[TearJerker 'heartbreaking]]''. By the end of the execution, he's reduced to a [[InelegantBlubbering blubbering mess]] and is even leaning over a puddle of his own ''tears''.

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** For all the things the anime glosses over, it does expand on a few emotional scenes. Notably, the scene preceding Leon's execution is made ''much'' more gut-wrenching as Leon desperately tries to escape through the door while futilely pleading for his life. Similarly, the scene before Mondo's execution in which Kiyotaka breaks down in tears and begs Monokuma not to kill him was considered somewhat [[{{Narm}} narmy]] in the game due to how over-the-top Taka's reactions are, but the anime's more realistic rendition is truly ''[[TearJerker 'heartbreaking]]''.heartbreaking]]''. By the end of the execution, he's reduced to a [[InelegantBlubbering blubbering mess]] and is even leaning over a puddle of his own ''tears''.
23rd Jan '17 8:03:35 PM Kyoni
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** For all the things the anime glosses over, it does expand on a few emotional scenes. Notably, the scene preceding Leon's execution is made ''much'' more gut-wrenching as Leon desperately tries to escape through the door while futilely pleading for his life. Similarly, the scene before Mondo's execution in which Kiyotaka breaks down in tears and begs Monokuma not to kill him was considered somewhat [[{{Narm}} narmy]] in the game due to how over-the-top Taka's reactions are, but the anime's more realistic rendition is truly ''[[TearJerker ''heartbreaking]]''. By the end of the execution, he's reduced to a [[InelegantBlubbering blubbering mess]] and is even leaning over a puddle of his own ''tears''.

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** For all the things the anime glosses over, it does expand on a few emotional scenes. Notably, the scene preceding Leon's execution is made ''much'' more gut-wrenching as Leon desperately tries to escape through the door while futilely pleading for his life. Similarly, the scene before Mondo's execution in which Kiyotaka breaks down in tears and begs Monokuma not to kill him was considered somewhat [[{{Narm}} narmy]] in the game due to how over-the-top Taka's reactions are, but the anime's more realistic rendition is truly ''[[TearJerker ''heartbreaking]]''.'heartbreaking]]''. By the end of the execution, he's reduced to a [[InelegantBlubbering blubbering mess]] and is even leaning over a puddle of his own ''tears''.



** In the game, Celeste proudly declares that she has a LackOfEmpathy when asked how she could murder Hifumi and, by proxy, Kiyotaka, in such cold-blooded fashion. This is omitted from the anime, and while her selfish motive remains unchanged and she thus remains the least sympathetic culprit by far, it does make her a bit more human.



** Let's not forget Kiyotaka in Episode 6 walking out of the baths wearing nothing but a small towel.

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** Let's not forget Kiyotaka in Episode 6 walking out of the baths wearing nothing but a small towel.towel, with camera fixated on his backside.



* MrFanservice: Ishimaru is the go-to guy who'd go topless (especially when sauna is involved) and shows off his well-built muscles on the chest.

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* MrFanservice: Ishimaru Kiyotaka is the go-to guy who'd go topless (especially when sauna is involved) and shows off his well-built muscles on the chest.
23rd Jan '17 7:47:57 PM Kyoni
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** For all the things the anime glosses over, it does expand on a few emotional scenes. Notably, the scene preceding Leon's execution is made ''much'' more gut-wrenching as Leon desperately tries to escape through the door while futilely pleading for his life. Similarly, the scene before Mondo's execution in which Kiyotaka breaks down in tears and begs Monokuma not to kill him was considered somewhat [[{{Narm}} narmy]] in the game due to how over-the-top Taka's reactions are, but the anime's more realistic rendition is truly [[TearJerker ''heartbreaking'']]. By the end of the execution, he's reduced to a blubbering mess and even has a puddle of ''tears'' underneath him.

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** For all the things the anime glosses over, it does expand on a few emotional scenes. Notably, the scene preceding Leon's execution is made ''much'' more gut-wrenching as Leon desperately tries to escape through the door while futilely pleading for his life. Similarly, the scene before Mondo's execution in which Kiyotaka breaks down in tears and begs Monokuma not to kill him was considered somewhat [[{{Narm}} narmy]] in the game due to how over-the-top Taka's reactions are, but the anime's more realistic rendition is truly [[TearJerker ''heartbreaking'']]. ''[[TearJerker ''heartbreaking]]''. By the end of the execution, he's reduced to a [[InelegantBlubbering blubbering mess mess]] and is even has leaning over a puddle of ''tears'' underneath him.his own ''tears''.
23rd Jan '17 7:41:30 PM Kyoni
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* For all the things the anime glosses over, it does expand on a few emotional scenes. Notably, the scene preceding Leon's execution is made ''much'' more gut-wrenching and heartbreaking as Leon desperately tries to escape through the door while pleading for his life. Similarly, the scene before Mondo's execution shows Kiyotaka becoming breaking down in tears and begging Monokuma not to kill his friend. By the end of the execution, he's reduced to a blubbering mess and even has a puddle of ''tears'' underneath him.

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* ** For all the things the anime glosses over, it does expand on a few emotional scenes. Notably, the scene preceding Leon's execution is made ''much'' more gut-wrenching and heartbreaking as Leon desperately tries to escape through the door while futilely pleading for his life. Similarly, the scene before Mondo's execution shows in which Kiyotaka becoming breaking breaks down in tears and begging begs Monokuma not to kill his friend.him was considered somewhat [[{{Narm}} narmy]] in the game due to how over-the-top Taka's reactions are, but the anime's more realistic rendition is truly [[TearJerker ''heartbreaking'']]. By the end of the execution, he's reduced to a blubbering mess and even has a puddle of ''tears'' underneath him.
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