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'''Instead:''' Kokichi Ouma is made extremely intelligent to the point of becoming a MagnificentBastard, Korekiyo Shinguji is made a SerialKiller who only kills girls, supposedly has nearly 100 victims, and considers all the female students except Miu and Maki adequate "friends" for his deceased sister, Miu Iruma is made a genius inventor who could (and does) create gadgets to break the killing game with, and Kaede Akamatsu is made charismatic enough to prevent everyone from committing murder even after they are offered a "First Blood Perk" to escape without a Class Trial, and later threatened with the deaths of everyone if a murder doesn't happen.\\

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'''Instead:''' Kokichi Ouma Oma is made extremely intelligent to the point of becoming a MagnificentBastard, Korekiyo Shinguji is made a SerialKiller who only kills girls, supposedly has nearly 100 victims, and considers all the female students except Miu and Maki adequate "friends" for his deceased sister, Miu Iruma is made a genius inventor who could (and does) create gadgets to break the killing game with, and Kaede Akamatsu is made charismatic enough to prevent everyone from committing murder even after they are offered a "First Blood Perk" to escape without a Class Trial, and later threatened with the deaths of everyone if a murder doesn't happen.\\


* The entire cast gets one in trial 1. [[CassandraTruth Ryoma Hoshi and Angie Yonaga]] believe that the murderer was lurking in the Library and snuck up on Rantaro Amami before killing him. Ryoma in particular suspects [[BigBag Tsumugi]] to be the killer. Kaede (who believes herself to be the culprit) rebuttle that the dust on the card has not been moved, and thus they couldn't have entered the door.\\

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* The entire cast gets one in trial 1. [[CassandraTruth Ryoma Hoshi and Angie Yonaga]] believe that the murderer was lurking in the Library and snuck up on Rantaro Amami before killing him. Ryoma in particular suspects [[BigBag [[BigBad Tsumugi]] to be the killer. Kaede (who believes herself to be the culprit) rebuttle that the dust on the card has not been moved, and thus they couldn't have entered the door.\\


'''You'd Expect:''' For Ryoma, or one of the more intelligent students (like Kirumi, Kokichi, Shuichi, Maki and Korekiyo) to point out that it's possible that, if the mastermind is the culprit, that they left other ways of entering the lair that have not yet been discovered, as not all of the school is even open, and additionally, to call for an investigation of everywhere that everyone without an alibi claimed they were occupying (the girls' bathroom for Tsumugi, and the dorm rooms for Ryoma, Kokichi and Keebo).\\
'''Instead:''' This never occurs to anyone, and Kaede is later executed.
* In chapter 2, Himiko Yumeno is under suspicion for the murder of Ryoma Hoshi thanks to the murder taking place during her magic show (as Ryoma is found dead in the area of the trick).\\

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'''You'd Expect:''' For Ryoma, or one of the more intelligent students (like Kirumi, Kokichi, Shuichi, Maki and Korekiyo) to point out that it's possible that, if the mastermind is the culprit, that they left other ways of entering the lair that have not yet been discovered, as not all of the school is even open, and additionally, to call for an investigation of everywhere that everyone without an alibi claimed they were occupying (the girls' bathroom for Tsumugi, and the dorm rooms for Ryoma, Kokichi and Keebo).\\
Keebo).
'''Instead:''' This never occurs to anyone, and Kaede is later executed.
* In chapter 2, Himiko Yumeno is under suspicion for the murder of Ryoma Hoshi thanks to the murder taking place during her magic show (as Ryoma is found dead in the area of the trick). \\


* The entire cast gets one in trial 1. [[CassandraTruth Ryoma Hoshi and Angie Yonaga]] believe that the murderer was lurking in the Library and snuck up on Rantaro Amami before killing him. Ryoma in particular suspects [[BigBag Tsumugi]] to be the killer. Kaede (who believes herself to be the culprit) rebuttle that the dust on the card has not been moved, and thus they couldn't have entered the door.
'''You'd Expect:''' For Ryoma, or one of the more intelligent students (like Kirumi, Kokichi, Shuichi, Maki and Korekiyo) to point out that it's possible that, if the mastermind is the culprit, that they left other ways of entering the lair that have not yet been discovered, as not all of the school is even open, and additionally, to call for an investigation of everywhere that everyone without an alibi claimed they were occupying (the girls' bathroom for Tsumugi, and the dorm rooms for Ryoma, Kokichi and Keebo). Due

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* The entire cast gets one in trial 1. [[CassandraTruth Ryoma Hoshi and Angie Yonaga]] believe that the murderer was lurking in the Library and snuck up on Rantaro Amami before killing him. Ryoma in particular suspects [[BigBag Tsumugi]] to be the killer. Kaede (who believes herself to be the culprit) rebuttle that the dust on the card has not been moved, and thus they couldn't have entered the door.
door.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' For Ryoma, or one of the more intelligent students (like Kirumi, Kokichi, Shuichi, Maki and Korekiyo) to point out that it's possible that, if the mastermind is the culprit, that they left other ways of entering the lair that have not yet been discovered, as not all of the school is even open, and additionally, to call for an investigation of everywhere that everyone without an alibi claimed they were occupying (the girls' bathroom for Tsumugi, and the dorm rooms for Ryoma, Kokichi and Keebo). Due \\

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* The entire cast gets one in trial 1. [[CassandraTruth Ryoma Hoshi and Angie Yonaga]] believe that the murderer was lurking in the Library and snuck up on Rantaro Amami before killing him. Ryoma in particular suspects [[BigBag Tsumugi]] to be the killer. Kaede (who believes herself to be the culprit) rebuttle that the dust on the card has not been moved, and thus they couldn't have entered the door.
'''You'd Expect:''' For Ryoma, or one of the more intelligent students (like Kirumi, Kokichi, Shuichi, Maki and Korekiyo) to point out that it's possible that, if the mastermind is the culprit, that they left other ways of entering the lair that have not yet been discovered, as not all of the school is even open, and additionally, to call for an investigation of everywhere that everyone without an alibi claimed they were occupying (the girls' bathroom for Tsumugi, and the dorm rooms for Ryoma, Kokichi and Keebo). Due
'''Instead:''' This never occurs to anyone, and Kaede is later executed.


'''As A Result:''' During the execution, she accidentally leaves two damning pieces of evidence behind because she has no way of retrieving them. Additionally, in order to make the plan work, she had to make preparations ''before'' the murder, something Shuichi realizes only one person could have had the opportunity to pull off.

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'''As A Result:''' During the execution, she accidentally leaves two damning pieces of evidence behind in the pool, and can't retrieve them because she has no way of retrieving them.Monokuma strictly forbids entering the pool at night. Additionally, in order to make the plan work, she had to make preparations ''before'' the murder, something Shuichi realizes only one person could have had the opportunity to pull off.



'''As A Result:''' This makes it impossible for the other students to believe the murder took place in the real world, and that the cause of death was poison.

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'''As A a Result:''' This makes it impossible for the other students to believe the murder took place in the real world, and that the cause of death was poison.



'''As A Result:''' Kaito gets executed, and the killing game continues.

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'''As A a Result:''' Kaito gets executed, and the killing game continues.


** Celeste testifies that she saw Chihiro stuff a tracksuit into a duffel-bag on his way to the locker room. Since it seemed like the killer and victim were going to train before the murder occurred, Ishimaru mulls that the tracksuit matched the killer's.\\

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** Celeste testifies that she saw Chihiro stuff a tracksuit into a duffel-bag duffel bag on his way to the locker room. Since Kyoko insists that the tracksuit is key, and it seemed like seems that the killer and victim were going to train before the murder occurred, Ishimaru mulls that maybe the tracksuit matched the killer's.\\



'''Or:''' Just stay quiet.\\
'''Instead:''' He suggests that would mean they're looking for someone with the same blue tracksuit as Chihiro's... [[INeverSaidItWasPoison except that Celeste never mentioned what the color was]].

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'''Or:''' Just That he'd just stay quiet.\\
'''Instead:''' He suggests that would mean they're looking for someone with the same blue tracksuit as Chihiro's... Chihiro's. [[INeverSaidItWasPoison except that Celeste never mentioned what the color was]].


** Leon is in the process of disposing of the evidence that links him to Sayaka's death. After taking his bloody shirt to the garbage disposal room, he finds that the incinerator is thirty feet behind a giant gate that he's incapable of opening.\\

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** Leon is in the process of disposing of the evidence that links connects him to Sayaka's death. After taking his bloody shirt to the garbage disposal room, he finds that the incinerator is thirty feet behind a giant gate that he's incapable of opening.\\



'''Instead:''' Not only does Leon rely on an incinerator he couldn't even reach, leaving him with only one shot at flinging the evidence in the fire and no chance to retrieve anything that isn't completely burned, but he hits the ON switch by chucking something at it from the behind the gate, a feat that requires major skill and links the crime to his baseball stardom.\\

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'''Instead:''' Not only does Leon rely on an incinerator he couldn't even reach, leaving him with only one shot at flinging the evidence in the fire and no chance to retrieve anything that isn't completely burned, misses, but he hits the ON switch by chucking something at it from the behind the gate, a feat that requires major skill and links the crime to his baseball stardom.\\



'''You'd Expect:''' For Mondo to refer to Chihiro as a chick during the investigation as it may raise some eyebrows if he called a seemingly girl a dude.\\
'''Instead:''' He refers to Chihiro once as a dude just as his body was discovered. This causes Kyoko to suspect him long before he makes the gaffe about the tracksuit.
** Celestia testifies that she saw Chihiro stuff a tracksuit into a duffel-bag on his way to the locker room. Since it seemed like the killer and victim were going to train before the murder occurred, Ishimaru mulls that the tracksuit matched the killer's. Said killer, Mondo Owada, has something to add...\\
'''You'd Expect:''' For Mondo to think carefully and say something that won't draw suspicion.\\
'''Or:''' For him to exercise his right to remain silent, for anything he says can and will be used against him in a school court of law.\\
'''Instead:''' He mentions how Chihiro and the killer must have had the same blue tracksuit ... [[INeverSaidItWasPoison except that Celestia never mentioned what the color was]]. It turns out to be blue and Mondo's conviction is assured.

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'''You'd Expect:''' For Mondo to refer make sure he refers to Chihiro as a chick during the investigation as it may raise some eyebrows if he called a seemingly girl a dude.investigation.\\
'''Instead:''' He refers to Chihiro once as a dude just as his immediately after the body was discovered. This causes Kyoko to suspect him long before he makes the gaffe about the tracksuit.
** Celestia Celeste testifies that she saw Chihiro stuff a tracksuit into a duffel-bag on his way to the locker room. Since it seemed like the killer and victim were going to train before the murder occurred, Ishimaru mulls that the tracksuit matched the killer's. Said killer, Mondo Owada, has something to add...\\
'''You'd Expect:''' For Mondo to think carefully and say something about what he'll say, before attempting to contribute to that won't draw suspicion.line of thinking.\\
'''Or:''' For him to exercise his right to remain silent, for anything he says can and will be used against him in a school court of law.Just stay quiet.\\
'''Instead:''' He mentions how Chihiro and the killer must have had suggests that would mean they're looking for someone with the same blue tracksuit ... tracksuit as Chihiro's... [[INeverSaidItWasPoison except that Celestia Celeste never mentioned what the color was]]. It turns out to be blue and Mondo's conviction is assured.was]].


** Leon has Sayaka murdered and still in the bathroom. He decides to remove all evidence of his presence in the dormitory, down to cleaning up his hair.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' Leon to check the body and ensure that Sayaka didn't use her last moments to point people toward him or prepare anything to implicate him should her plan fail.\\
'''Instead:''' He completely ignores the body and, therefore, the dying message.

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** Leon has Sayaka murdered and still in the bathroom. He decides to remove all evidence of his presence in the dormitory, down to cleaning up his hair.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' Leon to check the body and ensure that Sayaka didn't use her last moments to point people toward him or prepare had neither prepared anything to implicate him should her plan fail.fail nor used her last moments to somehow link him to the incident.\\
'''Instead:''' He completely ignores neglects the body and, therefore, the dying message.



'''As a Result:''' Makoto has to go out of his way to prove that Kyoko, who is partipating in the trial, is not dead. Byakuya flat out finds the subject too stupid to bother getting involved.

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'''As a Result:''' Makoto has to go out of his way to prove that Kyoko, who is partipating in the trial, is not dead. Byakuya flat out finds the subject too stupid for him to bother getting get involved.


* Sayaka is planning to murder someone in order to escape and save her idol friends. She swaps rooms with Makoto, intending to lead someone into "her" room, kill them, and pin it on Makoto. \\

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* From the first case:
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Sayaka is planning to murder someone in order to escape and save her idol friends. She swaps rooms with Makoto, intending to lead someone into "her" room, kill them, and pin it on Makoto. \\





* One exclusive to the manga adaptation. Leon has just beaten back Sayaka's murder attempt, and she has locked herself in Makoto's bathroom. Note that in this version, she is still armed with a knife and is clearly homicidally unstable.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' Leon to run off and get help from someone big and strong like Mondo or Sakura before he makes his next move.\\
'''Instead:''' He charges in on his own in a half-cocked attempt to calm her down.\\
'''The Result:''' Sayaka attacks again in a blind panic [[AccidentalMurder and is killed in the struggle]]. Leon then has to live with the guilt of killing another person for the rest of his very short life.
* Leon has Sayaka murdered and still in the bathroom. He casually decides to remove any trace of evidence about his presence in the dormitory.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' Leon to monitor the status of the body itself to check for any unusual circumstances (The dying message, in this case) just like a murderer's etiquette would require, since this is the first case.\\
'''Instead:''' He completely ignores the body and, therefore, the dying message, thinking there would be no consequences involved in ignoring it. Sayaka was long out of his secondhand plan by deciding to recognise who killed her and documenting their identity on the surface behind her.
* Leon is in the process of disposing of the evidence that links him to Sayaka's death. After taking his bloody shirt to the garbage disposal room, he finds that the incinerator is thirty feet behind a giant gate that he's incapable of opening.\\

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\n \n* One exclusive to the manga adaptation. ** Leon has just beaten back Sayaka's murder attempt, Sayaka murdered and she has locked herself still in Makoto's the bathroom. Note that He decides to remove all evidence of his presence in this version, she is still armed with a knife and is clearly homicidally unstable.the dormitory, down to cleaning up his hair.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' Leon to run off check the body and get help from someone big and strong like Mondo ensure that Sayaka didn't use her last moments to point people toward him or Sakura before he makes his next move.prepare anything to implicate him should her plan fail.\\
'''Instead:''' He charges in on his own in a half-cocked attempt to calm her down.\\
'''The Result:''' Sayaka attacks again in a blind panic [[AccidentalMurder and is killed in the struggle]]. Leon then has to live with the guilt of killing another person for the rest of his very short life.
* Leon has Sayaka murdered and still in the bathroom. He casually decides to remove any trace of evidence about his presence in the dormitory.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' Leon to monitor the status of the body itself to check for any unusual circumstances (The dying message, in this case) just like a murderer's etiquette would require, since this is the first case.\\
'''Instead:''' He completely ignores the body and, therefore, the dying message, thinking there would be no consequences involved in ignoring it. Sayaka was long out of his secondhand plan by deciding to recognise who killed her and documenting their identity on the surface behind her.
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Leon is in the process of disposing of the evidence that links him to Sayaka's death. After taking his bloody shirt to the garbage disposal room, he finds that the incinerator is thirty feet behind a giant gate that he's incapable of opening.\\


* Leon is in the process of disposing of the evidence that links him to Sayaka's death. After taking the evidence to the garbage disposal room, he finds that the incinerator is thirty feet behind a giant gate that he's incapable of opening.\\

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* Leon is in the process of disposing of the evidence that links him to Sayaka's death. After taking the evidence his bloody shirt to the garbage disposal room, he finds that the incinerator is thirty feet behind a giant gate that he's incapable of opening.\\



'''Instead:''' Not only does Leon rely on the incinerator he couldn't even reach, leaving him with no way to handle any part of his shirt that misses the fire, but he hits the switch by chucking something at it from the behind the gate, a feat that requires major skill and links the crime to his baseball stardom.\\
'''Even Worse:''' Instead of using a projectile that could be mistaken as trash, he uses Hiro's crystal ball, which would draw attention to his methods even if the thing didn't shatter on impact.

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'''Instead:''' Not only does Leon rely on the an incinerator he couldn't even reach, leaving him with only one shot at flinging the evidence in the fire and no way chance to handle any part of his shirt retrieve anything that misses the fire, isn't completely burned, but he hits the ON switch by chucking something at it from the behind the gate, a feat that requires major skill and links the crime to his baseball stardom.\\
'''Even Worse:''' Instead of using a projectile that could be mistaken as trash, for trash and ignored, he uses Hiro's crystal ball, which would draw attention to his methods even if the thing didn't shatter on impact.


* Leon is in the process of disposing of the evidence that links him to Sayaka's death. After taking the evidence to the garbage disposal room, he finds that the path to the incinerator is locked shut with a giant gate that he's incapable of opening.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' Leon would come up with a different way of hiding or destroying the evidence, as even if he could successfully start the incinerator and dispose of the evidence, he wouldn't be able to turn the incinerator off again, making it obvious to everyone else that this was how the evidence was destroyed and ensuring that it would be investigated further.\\
'''Instead:''' Not only does Leon use the incinerator, he makes it incredibly obvious that he was the one who used it by hitting the switch with a thrown object from 30 feet away through a slot in the gate; a method that only he, as the Ultimate Baseball Star, could feasibly accomplish.\\
'''Even Worse:''' Instead of using a projectile that could possibly be mistaken as trash that was somehow not properly burned, he uses Hiro's missing "crystal" ball, making it incredibly easy to determine that the switch was activated with the aforementioned throw, even before factoring in the fact that it shattered on impact, making it highly likely that he would be outed as the killer even before considering the rest of the evidence.\\
'''For Bonus Points:''' Even ignoring all of the other ways that using the incinerator could be (and was) traced back to him, Leon's method of disposing of the evidence has a fatal flaw. Even if he had stayed long enough to see the burnt sleeve on the shirt fall from the incinerator, he would have had no way to do anything about it because of the aforementioned gate blocking his entry. While the shirt piece was not a completely damning piece of evidence by itself (as he wasn't the only student to wear white shirts), it narrowed down the pool of suspects considerably and, combined with the above consequences, resulted in his execution.

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* Leon is in the process of disposing of the evidence that links him to Sayaka's death. After taking the evidence to the garbage disposal room, he finds that the path to the incinerator is locked shut with thirty feet behind a giant gate that he's incapable of opening.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' Leon would come up with a different way of hiding or destroying the evidence, as even if he could successfully start the incinerator and dispose of the evidence, he wouldn't be able to turn the incinerator off again, making it obvious to everyone else that this was how the evidence was destroyed and ensuring that it would be investigated further.evidence.\\
'''Instead:''' Not only does Leon use rely on the incinerator, incinerator he makes it incredibly obvious couldn't even reach, leaving him with no way to handle any part of his shirt that he was misses the one who used it by hitting fire, but he hits the switch with a thrown object by chucking something at it from 30 feet away through a slot in the gate; behind the gate, a method feat that only he, as requires major skill and links the Ultimate Baseball Star, could feasibly accomplish.crime to his baseball stardom.\\
'''Even Worse:''' Instead of using a projectile that could possibly be mistaken as trash that was somehow not properly burned, trash, he uses Hiro's missing "crystal" crystal ball, making it incredibly easy to determine that the switch was activated with the aforementioned throw, even before factoring in the fact that it shattered on impact, making it highly likely that he which would be outed as the killer draw attention to his methods even before considering if the rest of the evidence.\\
'''For Bonus Points:''' Even ignoring all of the other ways that using the incinerator could be (and was) traced back to him, Leon's method of disposing of the evidence has a fatal flaw. Even if he had stayed long enough to see the burnt sleeve
thing didn't shatter on the shirt fall from the incinerator, he would have had no way to do anything about it because of the aforementioned gate blocking his entry. While the shirt piece was not a completely damning piece of evidence by itself (as he wasn't the only student to wear white shirts), it narrowed down the pool of suspects considerably and, combined with the above consequences, resulted in his execution.impact.


'''You'd Expect:''' One of the wannabe murderers to realize that they have been denied basic forensic equipment, grab a bludgeon, and [[BoringButPractical whack someone on the head when they go for a late night snack or something similar]].[[note]]The cast of the first game have a rule against going out during nighttime, to try to prevent a scenario like this from happening. Angie sets up a student council in V3 with a rule that prohibits everyone but the council from going outside at nighttime, which leads to Angie being stabbed by Korekiyo.[[/note]]\\

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'''You'd Expect:''' One of the wannabe murderers to realize that they have been denied basic forensic equipment, grab a bludgeon, and [[BoringButPractical whack someone on the head when they go for a late night snack or something similar]].[[note]]The cast of the first game does have a rule against going out during nighttime, to try to prevent a scenario like this from happening. Angie sets up a this. The student council in V3 with tries to implement a similar rule that prohibits but only for everyone but not in the council from going outside at nighttime, student council, which leads to Angie being stabbed by Korekiyo.doesn't work.[[/note]]\\



* Not the worst example here, but it should still be brought up. Sayaka is planning to murder someone in order to escape and save her idol friends. She intends to frame Makoto for the act and lead someone to their death in this manner. \\
'''You'd Expect:''' For her to go after someone she could feasibly kill who couldn't fight back, especially not the more physically capable of the cast. Even with a knife, it's not impossible for someone to \\
A) Overpower her and kill her. This is especially the case with Mondo and Sakura.\\

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* Not the worst example here, but it should still be brought up. Sayaka is planning to murder someone in order to escape and save her idol friends. She intends swaps rooms with Makoto, intending to frame Makoto for the act and lead someone to their death in this manner.into "her" room, kill them, and pin it on Makoto. \\
'''You'd Expect:''' For her to go after someone she could feasibly kill who couldn't fight back, especially not the more physically capable wouldn't put up much of the cast.a fight. Even with a knife, it's not impossible for someone to \\
A) Overpower her and kill her. This is especially the case with Mondo and Sakura.\\



As such, you'd expect her to go for someone smaller and/or weaker, like Junko[[labelnote:Spoiler]] While this would've gone horribly wrong for her, she has no clue "Junko" is actually Mukuro the Ultimate Soldier, and being 11 pounds smaller means she'd be an obvious target in such a situation. [[/labelnote]], Hifumi, Toko [[note]] This also could've gone horribly wrong, but she has no way of knowing that Toko is actually a serial killer [[/note]], Makoto himself, and especially Chihiro.\\
'''Instead:''' She goes after Leon, an athlete is who is likely one of the physically strongest of the class (under Sakura, Mondo, Mukuro, Jack, and maybe Taka).\\

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As such, you'd expect her to go for someone smaller and/or weaker, like Junko[[labelnote:Spoiler]] While this would've gone horribly wrong for her, she has no clue "Junko" is actually Mukuro the Ultimate Soldier, and being 11 pounds smaller means she'd be an obvious target in such a situation. [[/labelnote]], Hifumi, Toko Chihiro, Toko, or Junko.[[note]] This also could've gone horribly wrong, but she has no way of knowing that Granted, Toko is actually a serial killer [[/note]], Makoto himself, and especially Chihiro.\\
Junko would have caused major complications, but she didn't know that.[[/note]]\\
'''Instead:''' She goes after Leon, an athlete is who is likely one of the physically strongest of the class (under Sakura, Mondo, Mukuro, Jack, and maybe Taka).class.\\


** The killing game still utilizes the right to remain silent in its lawfully chaotic rules, which the culprits can use at their own accord and not give any verbal evidence to the other participants on the search for them.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' Leon, Mondo, Celestia, Teruteru, Fuyuhiko/Peko, Mikan, Gundham, Kaede/Tsumugi, Kirumi, Korekiyo, and the duo of Kokichi and Kaito to use this right as convicted killers and manipulators aware of the murder plans they carried out.\\
'''Instead:''' Mondo reveals information only he would know about Chihiro before his death before and during the trial, Celestia verbally tries to convince everyone that she and Hifumi aren't involved in the murder case when insistent that Yasuhiro is the true culprit, Teruteru shouts under the floorboards to convince everyone else that he's in the dining hall when in fact he could just stay silent and pretend he's in the kitchen, Fuyuhiko actively defends Peko from conviction and Peko reveals her hard belief in her role as "Fuyuhiko's tool", Mikan mentions the camera angle of the transmitted video feed during the trial, Gundham admits freely to his murder which is used to question him on his intentions, Kaede ''does'' use her right to remain silent but Tsumugi reveals too much information in her alibi that's used against her in the last trial (not taking advantage of Keebo or Ryoma's lack of an alibi), Kirumi verbally sacrifices herself by revealing that she has an alibi that would benefit only the killer, Korekiyo tries to frame Himiko and Tenko as the killer during the trial (and says too much just like Celestia), Kokichi more casually participates in the trial than previous times, exposing how much he knows about the events of the murder case, additionally revealing Gonta as the true culprit in revenge against Shuichi for pointing out one of his lies about not being on the mansion rooftop, and Kaito mentions that the Exisal has a voice changer.\\
'''As a Result:''' All eleven of them are convicted and executed by proxy of court of law and violation of the right to remain silent, barring Fuyuhiko and Kokichi, the latter being killed by Kaito later. Most of the culprits made various other mistakes that sealed their fates, but in Mondo, Celestia, Mikan and Korekiyo's cases, what they say does directly lead to them being implicated.

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