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* TheSouthpaw

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He swaps bodies with Kokoro at irregular intervals, and has therefore also to deal with the situation in the mountain cabin, [[spoiler:as well as his ex-girlfriend Lin, who refuses to accept the fact that (s)he is Satoru]].

[[spoiler:He is the ManBehindTheMan of the entire game, and his body is actually [[FreakyFridayFlip Enomoto's]]. It is also assumed that his mind is, in fact, not Satoru's (''I''), but "Self", (I, the player), [[PlayingThePLayer and therefore only remembers those facts that the player learned about him from Kokoro's route]]]].

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He swaps bodies with Kokoro at irregular intervals, and has therefore also to deal with the situation in the mountain cabin, [[spoiler:as well as his ex-girlfriend Lin, who refuses to accept the fact that (s)he is Satoru]].

[[spoiler:He is the ManBehindTheMan of the entire game, and his body is actually [[FreakyFridayFlip Enomoto's]]. It is also assumed that his mind is, in fact, not Satoru's (''I''), but "Self", (I, the player), [[PlayingThePLayer and therefore only remembers those facts that the player learned about him from Kokoro's route]]]].
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* DeadpanSnarker

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* TheManBehindTheMan: [[spoiler:The one behind Enomoto and Yuni.]]

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* TheManBehindTheMan: [[spoiler:The one behind [[spoiler:Behind Enomoto and Yuni.]]Yuni, and his body is actually the former's. It is also assumed that his mind is, in fact, not Satoru's (''I''), but "Self", (I, the player), [[PlayingThePLayer and therefore only remembers those facts that the player learned about him from Kokoro's route]]]].



* TalkingToHimself: [[spoiler:Happens ''literally'' in Bad Ending #28.]]

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* TalkingToHimself: TalkingToThemself: [[spoiler:Happens ''literally'' in Bad Ending #28.]]




[[spoiler:The one in SPHIA is the one who recently experienced the plane crash, while the one in the cabin is from 2012, a year in the future who used the exchange mechanism to ensure the continued survival of Kokoro and the others]].



* CheerfulChild: Most of the time.
** CreepyChild: He has his moments.

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* CheerfulChild: Most Zig-Zagged. He acts liek this most of the time.
** CreepyChild: He has his moments.
time, but also acts like a CreepyChild sometimes.



* TimeTravel: [[spoiler:He uses the transfers to switch his 2011 and 2012 selves.]]

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* TimeTravel: [[spoiler:He uses the transfers to switch his 2011 and 2012 selves.]] The one in SPHIA is the one who recently experienced the plane crash, while the one in the cabin is from 2012, a year in the future who used the exchange mechanism to ensure the continued survival of Kokoro and the others]].



* ItsAllAboutMe: [[spoiler:In one of the bad endings, she reveals that she was willing to do anything it takes to survive long enough to see Satoru again, including metaphorically throwing everyone else under the bus, and everyone else can think badly of her if they want as long as she survives this ordeal and reunites with Satoru.]]



** AnAxeToGrind: [[spoiler:Yes, ''literally'']].

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** * AnAxeToGrind: [[spoiler:Yes, ''literally'']].



* {{Jerkass}}
* TheLoad: Half of the problems that the survivors of the HAL18 crash have to deal with are instigated by Mayuzumi, and most of the other half are exacerbated by her. There is only one ending where [[spoiler:the rest of the party tries to get rid of her]], though, and it's not a good ending.

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* %%* {{Jerkass}}
* TheLoad: Half of the problems that the survivors of the HAL18 [=HAL18=] crash have to deal with are instigated by Mayuzumi, and most of the other half are exacerbated by her. There is only one ending where [[spoiler:the rest of the party tries to get rid of her]], though, and it's not a good ending.ending.
* PsychoExGirlfriend: [[spoiler:She is Satoru's former girlfriend.]]



* RichBitch
* TheScrappy: Both in-universe and out. The only one who doesn't treat her like this is Satoru.
** [[spoiler: In one of the bad endings, she reveals that she acts like this ''intentionally''. Why? Well, generally she really is a bitch, but her behavior in the cabin ''specifically'' (arguing over/hoarding rations, refusing to work together with the other survivors, etc.) is because apparently she told herself that she was willing to do anything it takes to survive long enough to see Satoru again, including metaphorically throwing everyone else under the bus, and everyone else can think badly of her if they want as long as she survives this ordeal and reunites with Satoru. So she's a rare ''deliberate'' Scrappy.]]

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* TheScrappy: Both in-universe TheFriendNobodyLikes: Downplayed. While the other characters hates and out. The only one even tries to get rid of her, Satoru who doesn't treat her like this is Satoru.
** [[spoiler: In one of the bad endings, she reveals that she acts like this ''intentionally''. Why? Well, generally she really is a bitch, but her behavior in the cabin ''specifically'' (arguing over/hoarding rations, refusing to work together with the other survivors, etc.) is because apparently she told herself that she was willing to do anything it takes to survive long enough to see Satoru again, including metaphorically throwing everyone else under the bus, and everyone else can think badly of her if they want as long as she survives this ordeal and reunites with Satoru. So she's a rare ''deliberate'' Scrappy.]]
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A 35-year old mountaineer and one of the survivors of the plane crash. It's through his expertise that the others could survive on the mountain. [[spoiler:He's also Utsumi's husband and the father of one of the kids that Keiko murdered]].

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A 35-year old mountaineer and one of the survivors of the plane crash. It's through his expertise that the others could survive on the mountain. [[spoiler:He's also Utsumi's husband and the father of one of the kids that Keiko murdered]].



* LukeIamYourFather: [[spoiler:He's Utsumi's husband and the father of one of the kids that Keiko murdered]].



* TeamDad

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A 27-year old woman who works as a therapist in SPHIA. She's responsible for the well-being of the people there [[spoiler:except when she's not. She's Yogomi's wife and the mother of one of Keiko's victims and came to SPHIA [[{{Yandere}} to avenge her son]]]].

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A 27-year old woman who works as a therapist in SPHIA. She's and is responsible for the well-being of the people there [[spoiler:except when she's not. She's Yogomi's wife and the mother of one of Keiko's victims and came to SPHIA [[{{Yandere}} to avenge her son]]]].there.



* {{Revenge}}: [[spoiler:She's Yogomi's wife and the mother of one of Keiko's victims and came to SPHIA to kill Keiko and avenge her son.]]



* TeamMom

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* YamatoNadeshiko: [[spoiler: Her plan is to kill Keiko in revenge for her dead son.]]

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* YamatoNadeshiko: [[spoiler: Her plan is to kill Keiko in revenge for her dead son.]]
%%* YamatoNadeshiko




[[spoiler:Her personality is still that of the murderous Keiko, but pretends to be Hotori when she's controlling the body. She undergoes the same [[FreakyFridayFlip body-swap]] that Kokoro and Satoru do, but with the dead body of the ''real'' Hotori. Since both transfers are parallel to each other, Kokoro and Satoru only meet one of them respectively.]].



* KnifeNut

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* KnifeNutMoodSwinger: May also be this, via SplitPersonalityMerge.



* SplitPersonality: Is said to have 11 separate personalities.
** MoodSwinger: May also be this, via...
** SplitPersonalityMerge: Speculated to go through one shortly before the game's beginning, as she doesn't as much change personalities as [[MoodSwinger changes moods]].

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* SplitPersonality: Is said to have 11 separate personalities.
** MoodSwinger: May also
personalities. [[spoiler:Her dominant personality is still that of the murderous Keiko, but pretends to be this, via...
**
Hotori when she's controlling the body. She undergoes the same [[FreakyFridayFlip body-swap]] that Kokoro and Satoru do, but with the dead body of the ''real'' Hotori. Since both transfers are parallel to each other, Kokoro and Satoru only meet one of them respectively.]].
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SplitPersonalityMerge: Speculated to go through one shortly before the game's beginning, as she doesn't as much change personalities as [[MoodSwinger changes moods]].




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* HoYay: With Satoru.



* OneSceneWonder: Only shows up alive in a grand total of two scenes in the game (one of them being in a Bad Ending), but his scenes are amongst the most memorable.




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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: An entire sprite sheet for her is in the game's data, suggesting that perhaps she was to play a more important role in the game proper.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: An entire sprite sheet for her is in the game's data, suggesting that perhaps she was to play a more important role in the game proper.




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* CreepyChild
* DeathByOriginStory
* OneSceneWonder: She only appears for about a minute in the actual game.
* PosthumousCharacter

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* %%* DeathByOriginStory
* OneSceneWonder: She only appears for about a minute in the actual game.
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** SplitPersonalityTakeover: It's also implied that Keiko did this to her.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: A lot of unused sprites for her are found in the game's data, also indicating that she was to appear more often.

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** * SplitPersonalityTakeover: It's also implied that Keiko did this to her.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: A lot of unused sprites for her are found in the game's data, also indicating that she was to appear more often.




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* RealityWarper: When "it" sees Sayaka in Satoru's flashback and confuses her for Keiko, Sayaka [[SplitPersonalityTakeover "dies"]] and becomes Keiko.

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* RealityWarper: When "it" sees Sayaka in Satoru's flashback and confuses her for Keiko, Sayaka [[SplitPersonalityTakeover "dies"]] and becomes Keiko. It's implied that he warped Satoru's existence and history based on what it knew about him.


* {{Badass}}: Guy had already trekked through the snow and exhausted himself, broken his leg, and hasn't eaten for days, and he still manages to find Mayuzumi and Yuni before Kokoro does [[spoiler:in one of the bad endings]].


* AbsurdlyYouthfulMother: [[spoiler:She gave birth to Junichi when she was ''14''. The [[AudioAdaptation Drama CD]] makes it clear, however, that this was an accident, and Yomogi immediately took responsibility.]]


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* TeenPregnancy: [[spoiler:She gave birth to Junichi when she was ''14''. The [[AudioAdaptation Drama CD]] makes it clear, however, that this was an accident, and Yomogi immediately took responsibility.]]


* ContinuityNod: He is working for [[{{Ever17}} Leiblich Pharmaceuticals]].

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* ContinuityNod: He is working for [[{{Ever17}} [[VisualNovel/{{Ever17}} Leiblich Pharmaceuticals]].



* AGodIsYou: Very similar to [[{{Ever17}} Blickwinkel]] in this regard.

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* AGodIsYou: Very similar to [[{{Ever17}} [[VisualNovel/{{Ever17}} Blickwinkel]] in this regard.

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* EnmityWithAnObject: Wristwatches. Particularly Kokoro's. He notes that he finds pocketwatches to be more gentlemanly and considers the weight of a wristwatch to be oppressive. Every single time he's in Kokoro's body, he takes it off and places it somewhere else (Usually somewhere it wouldn't be expected to be). Kokoro actually becomes convinced that he's intentionally trying to make it hard for her to find it, but there's really only evidence of that in Satoru's route the final time Satoru hides it.


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->Voiced by: RikaMorinaga

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->Voiced by: TakehitoKoyasu

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* IceQueen: Suiting her archetype as the "Persona," Lin puts up a front to everyone of being harsh and hyper-critical of everyone and everything. Due to the nature of the plot and her reaction to it - trying to throw everyone else under the bus in order to make sure that she survives - there are only a few moments where the facade falls and her more gentle and fragile traits show.



* TheLoad

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* TheLoadTheLoad: Half of the problems that the survivors of the HAL18 crash have to deal with are instigated by Mayuzumi, and most of the other half are exacerbated by her. There is only one ending where [[spoiler:the rest of the party tries to get rid of her]], though, and it's not a good ending.


* Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence: [[spoiler:One theory states that the original Satoru, I, became one with "Self" at the beginning of the game, after he fell off the clock tower.]]

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* Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence: AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: [[spoiler:One theory states that the original Satoru, I, became one with "Self" at the beginning of the game, after he fell off the clock tower.]]


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* [[spoiler:DrivenToSuicide: In one Bad Ending, where she feels she's responsible for Yuni and Yomogi's deaths.]]

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* [[spoiler:DrivenToSuicide: In DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler:In one Bad Ending, where she feels she's responsible for Yuni and Yomogi's deaths.]]



* [[spoiler:AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: One theory states that the original Satoru, ''I'', became one with "Self" at the beginning of the game, after he fell off the clock tower.]]

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* [[spoiler:AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: One Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence: [[spoiler:One theory states that the original Satoru, ''I'', I, became one with "Self" at the beginning of the game, after he fell off the clock tower.]]



* [[spoiler:MadScientist: His past, true self had traits of this.]]
* [[spoiler:TheManBehindTheMan: The one behind Enomoto and Yuni.]]
* [[spoiler:MemoryGambit: It turns out his past self, ''I'', is the true mastermind behind the events of the game, and took his memories with him while implanting a few in the new Satoru's mind.]]

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* [[spoiler:MadScientist: His MadScientist: [[spoiler:His past, true self had traits of this.]]
* [[spoiler:TheManBehindTheMan: The TheManBehindTheMan: [[spoiler:The one behind Enomoto and Yuni.]]
* [[spoiler:MemoryGambit: It MemoryGambit: [[spoiler:It turns out his past self, ''I'', is the true mastermind behind the events of the game, and took his memories with him while implanting a few in the new Satoru's mind.]]



* [[spoiler:TalkingToHimself: Happens ''literally'' in Bad Ending #28.]]

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* [[spoiler:TalkingToHimself: Happens TalkingToHimself: [[spoiler:Happens ''literally'' in Bad Ending #28.]]



* [[spoiler:TomatoInTheMirror: It turns out that the body he's inhabiting is actually Enomoto's. The Infinity Series Timeline explains that the two of them switched bodies via quantum teleportation in July 2011, but the reason is never given.]]

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* [[spoiler:TomatoInTheMirror: It TomatoInTheMirror: [[spoiler:It turns out that the body he's inhabiting is actually Enomoto's. The Infinity Series Timeline explains that the two of them switched bodies via quantum teleportation in July 2011, but the reason is never given.]]



* [[spoiler:InfantImmortality: Yuni's obviously not an infant, but he usually survives all the bad endings that result in Kokoro or Satoru being killed. There are only three exceptions: in one bad ending, Yomogi descends into madness and after Yuni doesn't listen to one of his commands, he grabs Yuni by the throat and breaks his neck. In another bad ending, he freezes to death and Kokoro is so filled with remorse that she lays down in the snow and intentionally dies of exposure. And in another, he dies of hypothermia and she slits her throat as an act of atonement.]]

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* [[spoiler:InfantImmortality: Yuni's InfantImmortality: [[spoiler:Yuni's obviously not an infant, but he usually survives all the bad endings that result in Kokoro or Satoru being killed. There are only three exceptions: in one bad ending, Yomogi descends into madness and after Yuni doesn't listen to one of his commands, he grabs Yuni by the throat and breaks his neck. In another bad ending, he freezes to death and Kokoro is so filled with remorse that she lays down in the snow and intentionally dies of exposure. And in another, he dies of hypothermia and she slits her throat as an act of atonement.]]



* [[spoiler:ObfuscatingStupidity: The Yuni at the cabin is from the future, and already knows everything that's going to happen.]]

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* [[spoiler:ObfuscatingStupidity: The ObfuscatingStupidity: [[spoiler:The Yuni at the cabin is from the future, and already knows everything that's going to happen.]]



* [[spoiler:TimeTravel: He uses the transfers to switch his 2011 and 2012 selves.]]
* [[spoiler:TookALevelInBadass: His 2011 self is a scared kid who has no clue what's going on and often lashes out at Kokoro/Satoru. In between the 2011 and 2012 incident, he joins up with Satoru and Enomoto, and after learning everything there is to know about the incident, he matures greatly.]]
* [[spoiler:ZenSurvivor: His real '12 self shows traits of this. He's annoyingly reserved with what he reveals to Satoru, but that's partly justified by the fact that Satoru being the one behind everything all along]].

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* [[spoiler:TimeTravel: He TimeTravel: [[spoiler:He uses the transfers to switch his 2011 and 2012 selves.]]
* [[spoiler:TookALevelInBadass: His TookALevelInBadass: [[spoiler:His 2011 self is a scared kid who has no clue what's going on and often lashes out at Kokoro/Satoru. In between the 2011 and 2012 incident, he joins up with Satoru and Enomoto, and after learning everything there is to know about the incident, he matures greatly.]]
* [[spoiler:ZenSurvivor: His ZenSurvivor: [[spoiler:His real '12 self shows traits of this. He's annoyingly reserved with what he reveals to Satoru, but that's partly justified by the fact that Satoru being the one behind everything all along]].



* [[spoiler:AssholeVictim: In BadEnd #8.]]
* [[spoiler:AxCrazy: In three different {{Bad End}}s.]]
** [[spoiler:AnAxeToGrind: Yes, ''literally'']].

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* [[spoiler:AssholeVictim: In AssholeVictim: [[spoiler:In BadEnd #8.]]
* [[spoiler:AxCrazy: In AxCrazy: [[spoiler:In three different {{Bad End}}s.]]
** [[spoiler:AnAxeToGrind: Yes, AnAxeToGrind: [[spoiler:Yes, ''literally'']].



* [[spoiler:AxCrazy: His breakdown and behavior in BadEnd #8 is truly terrifying.]]

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* [[spoiler:AxCrazy: His AxCrazy: [[spoiler:His breakdown and behavior in BadEnd #8 is truly terrifying.]]



* [[spoiler:MadnessMantra: "I won't let anyone die any more." in Bad Ending #8.]]

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* [[spoiler:MadnessMantra: "I MadnessMantra: [[spoiler:"I won't let anyone die any more." in Bad Ending #8.]]



* [[spoiler:AbsurdlyYouthfulMother: She gave birth to Junichi when she was ''14''. The [[AudioAdaptation Drama CD]] makes it clear, however, that this was an accident, and Yomogi immediately took responsibility.]]

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* [[spoiler:AbsurdlyYouthfulMother: She AbsurdlyYouthfulMother: [[spoiler:She gave birth to Junichi when she was ''14''. The [[AudioAdaptation Drama CD]] makes it clear, however, that this was an accident, and Yomogi immediately took responsibility.]]



* [[spoiler:ItsPersonal: Came to SPHIA to kill Keiko in revenge for her son's death.]]
* [[spoiler:MurderSuicide: In both of the {{Bad End}}s following her succeeding in her plan to kill Keiko.]]
* [[spoiler:RescueRomance: Her relationship with Yomogi is the result of this, as he saved her life when he found her on a trip to Nepal.]]
* [[spoiler:RoaringRampageOfRevenge[=/=]UnstoppableRage: She flips and tries to kill Hotori towards the end of Satoru's route. In an associated BadEnd, she kills both Satoru, Hotori, and [[MurderSuicide herself]] (and Kokoro, indirectly).]]
* [[spoiler:StepfordSmiler]]

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* [[spoiler:ItsPersonal: Came ItsPersonal: [[spoiler:Came to SPHIA to kill Keiko in revenge for her son's death.]]
* [[spoiler:MurderSuicide: In MurderSuicide: [[spoiler:In both of the {{Bad End}}s following her succeeding in her plan to kill Keiko.]]
* [[spoiler:RescueRomance: Her RescueRomance: [[spoiler:Her relationship with Yomogi is the result of this, as he saved her life when he found her on a trip to Nepal.]]
* [[spoiler:RoaringRampageOfRevenge[=/=]UnstoppableRage: She RoaringRampageOfRevenge[=/=]UnstoppableRage: [[spoiler:She flips and tries to kill Hotori towards the end of Satoru's route. In an associated BadEnd, she kills both Satoru, Hotori, and [[MurderSuicide herself]] (and Kokoro, indirectly).]]
* [[spoiler:StepfordSmiler]]StepfordSmiler: Outwardly a very considerate and motherly character. [[spoiler:Secretly stewing with a desire for vengeance against the woman who killed her son]].



* [[spoiler:{{Yandere}}]]

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* [[spoiler:{{Yandere}}]]



* [[spoiler:FreakyFridayFlip: With Hotori and the female twin.]]

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* [[spoiler:FreakyFridayFlip: With FreakyFridayFlip: [[spoiler:With Hotori and the female twin.]]

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* MissingMom: Late in Satoru's route, he says that his mother is no longer around, so he considers Utsumi to be a mother figure.


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* PrecociousCrush: A couple of different times, he tries to flirt with Kokoro. Although a lot of these are just played off as jokes, [[spoiler:during one of Kokoro's [[BadEnding Bad Endings]], he does a serious DyingDeclarationOfLove to her]].

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* {{Badass}}: Guy had already trekked through the snow and exhausted himself, broken his leg, and hasn't eaten for days, and he still manages to find Mayuzumi and Yuni before Kokoro does [[spoiler:in one of the bad endings]].

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