Danganronpa: Mall of Despairica is an original character roleplay hosted on FanFiction.Net, based on the Danganronpa series. This time, twenty students are trapped in a mall by Monokuma, and forced to kill each other to have a chance at escape.
The RP was abandoned in 2016.
Danganronpa: Mall of Despairica contains examples of:
- Alternate Universe: Apartment Mode, where there is no killing game, but rather, everyone lives together in a duplex apartment.
- Anyone Can Die: It's a Danganronpa roleplay, do we really have to say more?
- Beauty Is Bad: Miyako is notably complimented for her looks on several occasions, but is also one of the more evil characters trapped in the mall.
- Cane Fu: Miyako has an expensive wooden cane that she uses to hit Lee on the hand. She also attempts to use it to fend off Monokumas in the execution for failing Chapter 2's trial.
- Character Tics: When she's nervous, Lee fiddles with her ponytail.
- Cute and Psycho: Miyako often resorts to speaking in 3rd person in an attempt to make herself cuter and more victim-like, despite being quite psychopathic in her ideology of suffering.
- Eloquent in My Native Tongue: Lee sometimes switches to speaking her native Korean, as she can't speak Japanese perfectly.
- Manipulative Bitch: Miyako often uses people's emotions and feelings in her plans to get what she wants. Especially nefarious in how most of them involve attempting to get someone hurt or even worse, killed.
- Parental Abandonment: Juro's mother abandoned him and his father when he was very young.
- Rich Bitch: Miyako tends to purposely insult others whenever possible, in addition to lording her superiority (and wealth) over them.
- Translation Convention: It's noted that the characters are speaking in Japanese, despite the roleplay itself being written in English.
- You Can Always Tell a Liar: While under unexpected pressure, Miyako has a tendency to dart her eyes around when lying.
- You Wake Up in a Room: The cast all awaken to discover themselves in an unfamiliar mall. Ryuketsu pokes fun at the amnesia that often accompanies this trope, checking to see if he can remember everything about himself before proceeding.