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* PopCultureUrbanLegends: While the ''descriptions'' of executions for characters who weren't killers in the final game are real, no artwork was made for them. Despite this, some fans may show off artwork of these believing them to be official, [[https://www.reddit.com/r/danganronpa/comments/4vo4i3/there_is_no_official_execution_settings_for/ when they actually come from a doujinshi]]. The exception with official art is Hifumi's execution, which was depicted in a promotional manga based on the demo.

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* PopCultureUrbanLegends: While the ''descriptions'' of executions for characters who weren't killers in the final game are real, real (with the exception of Makoto), no artwork was made for them. Despite this, some fans may show off artwork of these believing them to be official, [[https://www.reddit.com/r/danganronpa/comments/4vo4i3/there_is_no_official_execution_settings_for/ when they actually come from a doujinshi]]. The exception with official art is Hifumi's execution, which was depicted in a promotional manga based on the demo.


** This ultimately causes Komaru Naegi to have three different English voices. Weirdly enough, according to the DVD commentary Creator/CheramiLeigh (who voiced her in ''VideoGame/AbsoluteDespairGirls'' and whom the studio would have had access to as per her work on ''Manga/FairyTail'') was getting married at the time of recording, leading to Creator/AlexisTipton voicing Komaru for the few lines she had. This indirectly lead to Rachel Robinson (friends with Leigh) voicing Sakura due to being in town at the time.

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** This ultimately causes Komaru Naegi to have three different English voices. Weirdly enough, according to the DVD commentary Creator/CheramiLeigh (who voiced her in ''VideoGame/AbsoluteDespairGirls'' ''VideoGame/DanganronpaAnotherEpisodeUltraDespairGirls'' and whom the studio would have had access to as per her work on ''Manga/FairyTail'') was getting married at the time of recording, leading to Creator/AlexisTipton voicing Komaru for the few lines she had. This indirectly lead to Rachel Robinson (friends with Leigh) voicing Sakura due to being in town at the time.


* FandomLifeCycle: Stage 4. It's a very large and active fandom but it hasn't reached mainstream accessibility outside of a few ShoutOuts.

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* FandomLifeCycle: Stage 4. It's a very large and active fandom but it hasn't reached mainstream accessibility outside of a few ShoutOuts.{{Shout Out}}s.


* PopCultureUrbanLegends: While the ''descriptions'' of executions for characters who weren't killers in the final game are real, no artwork was made for them. Despite this, some fans may show off artwork of these believing them to be official, [[https://www.reddit.com/r/danganronpa/comments/4vo4i3/there_is_no_official_execution_settings_for/ when they actually come from a doujinshi]]. The exception with official art is Hifumi's execution, which was depicted in a promotional manga based on the demo.



* UrbanLegends: While the ''descriptions'' of executions for characters who weren't killers in the final game are real, no artwork was made for them. Despite this, some fans may show off artwork of these believing them to be official, [[https://www.reddit.com/r/danganronpa/comments/4vo4i3/there_is_no_official_execution_settings_for/ when they actually come from a doujinshi]]. The exception with official art is Hifumi's execution, which was depicted in a promotional manga based on the demo.


* FandomLifeCycle: Stage 4 it's a very large and active fandom but it hasn't reached mainstream accessibility outside of a few ShoutOuts.

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* FandomLifeCycle: Stage 4 it's 4. It's a very large and active fandom but it hasn't reached mainstream accessibility outside of a few ShoutOuts.


* FandomLifeCycle: Stage 4 its a very lage and active fandom but it hasn't reached mainstream accessibility outside of a few ShoutOuts.

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* FandomLifeCycle: Stage 4 its it's a very lage large and active fandom but it hasn't reached mainstream accessibility outside of a few ShoutOuts.

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* FandomLifeCycle: Stage 4 its a very lage and active fandom but it hasn't reached mainstream accessibility outside of a few ShoutOuts.


* FoilerFootage: The demo roughly follows the prologue and first chapter, but has a few differences from the final game, likely to keep the first mystery a surprise; Sayaka and "Junko" are never killed, with Yasuhiro being the botched aggressor turned murder victim instead, with the murderer implied to be Hifumi (which was confirmed by the manga adaptation).

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* FoilerFootage: The demo roughly follows the prologue and first chapter, but has a few differences from the final game, likely to keep the first mystery a surprise; Sayaka and "Junko" are never killed, with Yasuhiro being the botched aggressor turned murder victim instead, with the murderer implied to be Hifumi (which was confirmed by the manga adaptation).adaptation of the demo).


* FoilerFootage: The demo roughly follows the prologue and first chapter, but has a few differences from the final game, likely to keep the first mystery a surprise; Sayaka and "Junko" are never killed, with Yasuhiro being the botched aggressor turned murder victim instead, with the murderer heavily implied to be Hifumi (which was confirmed by the manga adaptation).

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* FoilerFootage: The demo roughly follows the prologue and first chapter, but has a few differences from the final game, likely to keep the first mystery a surprise; Sayaka and "Junko" are never killed, with Yasuhiro being the botched aggressor turned murder victim instead, with the murderer heavily implied to be Hifumi (which was confirmed by the manga adaptation).


* FoilerFootage: The demo roughly follows the prologue and first chapter, but has a few differences from the final game, likely to keep surprises present; Sayaka and "Junko" are never killed, with Yasuhiro being the botched aggressor turned murder victim instead, with the murderer heavily implied to be Hifumi (which was confirmed by the manga adaptation).

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* FoilerFootage: The demo roughly follows the prologue and first chapter, but has a few differences from the final game, likely to keep surprises present; the first mystery a surprise; Sayaka and "Junko" are never killed, with Yasuhiro being the botched aggressor turned murder victim instead, with the murderer heavily implied to be Hifumi (which was confirmed by the manga adaptation).

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* FoilerFootage: The demo roughly follows the prologue and first chapter, but has a few differences from the final game, likely to keep surprises present; Sayaka and "Junko" are never killed, with Yasuhiro being the botched aggressor turned murder victim instead, with the murderer heavily implied to be Hifumi (which was confirmed by the manga adaptation).


* AbridgedSeries: For the anime, ''WebVideo/DanganronpaAbridgedThing'', though it never got beyond the third trial. And a not-so-abridged variant, ''WebVideo/DanganRonpaTheMisrepresentation''.

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* AbridgedSeries: For the anime, ''WebVideo/DanganronpaAbridgedThing'', though it which never got beyond the third trial.trial, but has a few videos of ''Anime/{{Danganronpa 3}}''. And a not-so-abridged variant, ''WebVideo/DanganRonpaTheMisrepresentation''.


* AbridgedSeries: For the anime, ''WebVideo/DanganRonpaAbridgedThing''. And a not-so-abridged variant, ''WebVideo/DanganRonpaTheMisrepresentation''.

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* AbridgedSeries: For the anime, ''WebVideo/DanganRonpaAbridgedThing''.''WebVideo/DanganronpaAbridgedThing'', though it never got beyond the third trial. And a not-so-abridged variant, ''WebVideo/DanganRonpaTheMisrepresentation''.


** The original concept for what we know as ''Dangan Ronpa'' was a game known as "Distrust". While the characters and setting were mostly the same (The students trapped in a school of mutual killings by a sadistic overseer), there were a few key... differences. First off, what would later become Monokuma was [[http://vignette3.wikia.nocookie.net/danganronpa/images/4/4d/Monokuma_beta.png/revision/latest?cb=20130809225859 a sentient anatomy model]], and unlike the somewhat pristine environment of the school we got, ''Distrust'''s academy was a bloodstained nightmare, implying that many people had already been killed in the school. While there were still trials, the game worked somewhat like the ''VisualNovel/ZeroEscape'' series, utilizing a "Trust System": Your choices would also influence the main character's general attitude, as well as determine whether or not certain characters were actually trustworthy. This meant that player actions could determine who dies next and change the course of the story. The death reveals were far darker that what we got in ''Dangan Ronpa'' (one death is discovered by the group finding a classmate's severed head on the floor, another, by their severed hands in a box on a table covered in fresh blood), and a group killing could even occur. Furthermore, the game took place over 7 days as opposed to the unlimited time frame we got in the final game. Overall, Distrust was incredibly dark compared to what was released, and that's certainly saying something.

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** The original concept for what we know as ''Dangan Ronpa'' ''Danganronpa'' was a game known as "Distrust". While the characters and setting were mostly the same (The students trapped in a school of mutual killings by a sadistic overseer), there were a few key... differences. First off, what would later become Monokuma was [[http://vignette3.wikia.nocookie.net/danganronpa/images/4/4d/Monokuma_beta.png/revision/latest?cb=20130809225859 a sentient anatomy model]], and unlike the somewhat pristine environment of the school we got, ''Distrust'''s academy was a bloodstained nightmare, implying that many people had already been killed in the school. While there were still trials, the game worked somewhat like the ''VisualNovel/ZeroEscape'' series, utilizing a "Trust System": Your choices would also influence the main character's general attitude, as well as determine whether or not certain characters were actually trustworthy. This meant that player actions could determine who dies next and change the course of the story. The death reveals were far darker that what we got in ''Dangan Ronpa'' ''Danganronpa'' (one death is discovered by the group finding a classmate's severed head on the floor, another, by their severed hands in a box on a table covered in fresh blood), and a group killing could even occur. Furthermore, the game took place over 7 days as opposed to the unlimited time frame we got in the final game. Overall, Distrust was incredibly dark compared to what was released, and that's certainly saying something.

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