History VisualNovel / SuperDanganRonpa2

1st Oct '17 10:19:02 PM rjd1922
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* AmbiguouslyGay: At the end of the chapter 3 trial, Mikan speaks of her "beloved". [[spoiler:This person is heavily implied to be Junko.]] Throughout the game it is also heavily indicated that Nagito has romantic feelings for Hajime. In fact, in one of his free time events, he seems to be about to tell Hajime he loves him, only to ultimately back out and cover it up by claiming he is in love with "the hope that sleeps inside" Hajime rather than Hajime himself.

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* AmbiguouslyGay: At the end of the chapter Chapter 3 trial, Mikan speaks of her "beloved". [[spoiler:This person is heavily implied to be Junko.]] Throughout the game it is also heavily indicated that Nagito has romantic feelings for Hajime. In fact, in one of his free time events, he seems to be about to tell Hajime he loves him, only to ultimately back out and cover it up by claiming he is in love with "the hope that sleeps inside" Hajime rather than Hajime himself.



** Chiaki Nanami's talent as the Ultimate Gamer even, apparently, extends to Danganronpa 2 itself...

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** Chiaki Nanami's talent as the Ultimate Gamer even, apparently, extends to Danganronpa 2 ''Danganronpa 2'' itself...



* EmptyShell: Monokuma claims the students killed in his game were reduced to this. Hope is held out in the end that their condition is more of a ConvenientComa--which thankfully isn't just blind hope, as there are several inconsistencies between how the New World Program is ''supposed'' to work and what actually happens, such as the forced shutdown sequence taking the form of the supposedly deleted Usami.
* EvilMeScaresMe: Hajime's reaction when he encounters remnants of Izuru Kamukura in his mind, during the final trial. A {{Downplayed|Trope}} version of this trope is utilized for the other members of Ultimate Despair, although they never see what their true selves are like.

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* EmptyShell: Monokuma claims the students killed in his game were reduced to this. Hope is held out in the end that their condition is more of a ConvenientComa--which thankfully isn't just blind hope, as there are several inconsistencies between how the New Neo World Program is ''supposed'' to work and what actually happens, such as the forced shutdown sequence taking the form of the supposedly deleted Usami.
* EvilMeScaresMe: Hajime's reaction when he encounters remnants of Izuru Kamukura in his mind, during the final trial. A {{Downplayed|Trope}} {{downplayed|Trope}} version of this trope is utilized for the other members of Ultimate Despair, although they never see what their true selves are like.



** The ''entire main cast'', who realize that they are the remnants of Super High School-Level Despair, and thus the students who caused The Biggest, Most Despair-Inducing Incident In All Of Human History.

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** The ''entire main cast'', who realize that they are the remnants of Super High School-Level Despair, and thus the students who caused The Biggest, Most Despair-Inducing Incident In in All Of of Human History.



* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Monokuma reveals early on that all of the cast have had their memories stolen by the Future Foundation. This is true, but for good reason: they were all traumatic memories of their time as part of Super High-School Level Despair, and the New World program was designed to create new, happier memories to fill the gap.

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* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Monokuma reveals early on that all of the cast have had their memories stolen by the Future Foundation. This is true, but for good reason: they were all traumatic memories of their time as part of Super High-School Ultimate Level Despair, and the New Neo World program Program was designed to create new, happier memories to fill the gap.
27th Sep '17 3:31:18 PM Bisected8
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* TheStoryThatNeverWas: [[spoiler: Everything is all a computer simulation to retrain everyone to be better people. Well, at least that was the plan before Monokuma showed up and hijacked everything. A large part of the finale is about how to proceed with the situation, either undoing it all or letting the villain win. Despite all intents and plans, the reset turns out to ''somehow'' allow everyone to retain their memories and character developments, despite the timeline being thrown out.]]
27th Sep '17 2:31:35 PM sirsomeguy2
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* ClockTampering: This is done in the 4th case by Gundham Tanaka to initiate his murder plot. While all the students were trapped in the funhouse, they are required to attend Monokuma's Tai-Chi lessons in the tower at 7:30 AM sharp, else they be punished. Gundham sets all the clocks in the funhouse back 2 hours while everyone was sleeping, making everyone believe that they still had more time to sleep (they were close to starvation and dehydration, so they wouldn't try to exert themselves). Because of this, the only one to go to the tower was [[HollywoodCyborg "Mechamaru"]] who had a built-in clock tuned to the proper time. There, Gundham intercepted him alone and enacted his murder.
19th Sep '17 9:50:04 AM TheTropper
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12th Sep '17 2:46:16 AM lightningstars
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** After everyone has voted her as the blackened in chapter 2, Peko tries to argue that she is not actually the killer, but rather the murder ''weapon'': she considers herself to be a tool to be used by Fuyuhiko, who is therefore the real murderer. This would mean that he gets to go free while everyone else is executed, as the votes have already been cast. Monokuma is willing to accept this argument, but only if Fuyuhiko is willing to admit that he does not care about Peko. It doesn't work: Fuyuhiko sees her as a human being and a friend rather than a mere tool, so she is considered to be the blackened.

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** After everyone has voted her as the blackened in chapter 2, Peko tries to argue that she is not actually the killer, but rather the murder ''weapon'': she considers herself to be a tool to be used by Fuyuhiko, who is therefore the real murderer. This would mean that he gets to go free while everyone else is executed, as the votes have already been cast. Monokuma claims he is willing to accept this argument, argument (he later basically admits that since he saw everything that happened he wouldn't have let the "tool" excuse slide [[ForTheEvulz and only pretended to entertain the idea for fun]]), but only if Fuyuhiko is willing to admit that he does not care about Peko. It doesn't work: Fuyuhiko sees her as a human being and a friend rather than a mere tool, so she is considered to be the blackened.
31st Jul '17 9:57:46 AM Dravos
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** Case 2 also has a strong theme of [[CycleOfRevenge perpetual cycles of violent revenge]] being very destructive and how they can only be broken by forgiveness; "An eye for an eye will make the whole world blind" and all. Fuyuhiko, having gone as far as to have Mahiru killed [[VillainByProxyFallacy because she tried to cover for the murderer of his sister]], has to learn this the hard ([[EyeScream and literal]]) way.
27th Jul '17 4:40:34 PM rjd1922
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** In the hidden scene in Chapter 1 of the girls cooking, Chiaki invited Monomi despite most of the students disliking her, and feeds her some of the desserts she made in the same scene, hinting at their connection.

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** In the hidden scene in Chapter 1 of the girls cooking, Chiaki invited Monomi despite most of the students disliking her, and feeds her some of the desserts she made in the same scene, hinting at their connection. She's also the one who gets Monomi to keep Monokuma from entering the old lodge during the party.
25th Jul '17 4:27:27 PM rjd1922
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** Another case happens with "The Wizard of Monomi", which was used as a basis for a "copycat murder" in Chapter 3. There were three deaths in the movie but only two murders in that chapter, because the most people a culprit can murder is two. The third unused death was "Tin Monomi being broken down into a heap of scraps." Guess what happens to Mecha Nekomaru the next chapter. For added irony, the person who points this out is the one who kills him.

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** Another case happens with "The Wizard of Monomi", which was used as a basis for a "copycat murder" in Chapter 3. There were three deaths in the movie but only two murders in that chapter, because the most people a culprit can murder is two. The third unused death was "Tin Monomi being broken down into a heap of scraps." Guess what happens to Mecha Nekomaru Mechamaru the next chapter. For added irony, the person who points this out is the one who kills him.
25th Jul '17 4:27:05 PM rjd1922
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** In the hidden scene in Chapter 1 of the girls cooking, Chiaki invited Monomi despite most of the students disliking her, hinting at their connection.

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** In the hidden scene in Chapter 1 of the girls cooking, Chiaki invited Monomi despite most of the students disliking her, and feeds her some of the desserts she made in the same scene, hinting at their connection.
25th Jul '17 4:25:38 PM rjd1922
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** In the hidden scene in Chapter 1 of the girls cooking, Chiaki invited Monomi despite most of the students disliking her, hinting at their connection.
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