Strangely, her eyes were originally light green in. During the killing game, she uses a song to help push the student council into killing each other. Just as Makoto is brought to the brink of despair and prepares to kill himself, he is stopped by Juzo, who had cut off his own hand along with his bangle in order to observe the attacker. Voiced by: Japanese , English A super athlete with a dynamic figure. However, to Junko and Mukuro's surprise, she proves to be rather resilient, so Junko has Mukuro lobotomize her. Kyoko then reveals the secret exit Sonosuke had found, deducing that Ruruka had killed Sonosuke to prevent him from triggering her own fobidden action; letting anyone leave the game area.
He created the Final Killing Game because he couldn't see any way to defeat the Remnants without transforming into the enemy they were trying to defeat. The real subversion is at Side:Despair, when he directly disobeys Munakata's orders not to dig too far about Enoshima and proceeds to confront her head on. This being Munakata, this does nothing except make him think that Gozu is either a traitor or an idiot for not following him. She even knows she's being irrational, but that isn't enough to stop her from betraying the one person least likely to betray her. Meanwhile, Kyosuke manages to capture Makoto, announcing his intention to execute him in order to lure out the attacker. A member of Class 77-B, as well as its. After receiving some advice from Chisa, Chiaki brings in some multiplayer video games to make friends with the rest of the class.
The snot coming out of her nose and the strange face she makes, however, makes Ryota feel less appreciative and more concerned. He's also left outside once Byakuya and his team head into the building, though this makes strategic sense given the circumstances. Head of the 4th branch. In the episode 2, she basically drugged her classmates and teacher with Teruteru's aphrodisiac simply , though she's less of an asshole here than she is in the game. She loves and respects her brother to the point she believes unless she has a talent she can't be with him, which eventually caused her death. Most blatantly, absolutely no one seems to know what year she hails from, and despite being mute she somehow qualified as a Therapist. Coincidentally, all happened around the time of the third case of their respective installments.
While it's true she needs to be saved by Izayoi frequently, she believes that she can't do anything that doesn't make use of her talent and so she believes herself to be more helpless than she really is. Negative attention is better than no attention, after all. She constantly lords over others and uses her status to rub it into their faces. Both are geniuses with supernatural analytical abilities, leaving them bored with the world. For the tropes related to her in and , see and. Unlike her sister, she doesn't take any sadistic pleasure in hurting or killing people, but at the same time she shows little concern for other people's suffering.
He even promises he'll never betray her. Then she becomes the fourth victim of the killer. As the 77th class graduate from their classroom to spread despair across the world, the Reserve Course students storm the main building and kill everyone inside before Junko uses her despair video to have them all commit suicide. However, he manages to stay alive long enough to turn off the facility's power supply and deactivate the rest of the bracelets before succumbing to his wounds. In a divergence from her usual, gleeful admission to whatever atrocities she's committed, Junko pins the events of the first Killing Game on him in order to incite unrest in the Reserve Course.
There's no doubt Ruruka isn't a pleasant person by any means, but the nature of her forbidden action pretty much forces her to act as a sort of second traitor, going against everyone else by making sure none of the participants can escape the game. Kyosuke begins hunting Makoto throughout the facility, overcoming every trap that Makoto sets up for him. The Ultimate Breeder who's able to tame any animal, he has been successful in breeding endangered species. Though he has a lively personality, he has a weak stomach, and so often has problems in the bathroom. According to Kodaka, the series will feature content that can only be expressed within the animated medium. As Kyosuke loses his will to keep fighting, Aoi appears with Kyoko's notebook, which allegedly reveals who the true attacker is. The second death of the Killing Game, killed by poison after violating his Forbidden Action.
By that logic, he should have been expelled as well. It only gets worse once she gets the hang of Mitarai's brainwashing animation. He comes back in Episode 5, but maybe not as himself. But like in first game, this is proven wrong not long after. She also dresses completely in black and dark purple. Just then, Kyosuke calls out Makoto to settle once and for all whose hope is more righteous.
Can turn into a horrific monster with her drugs, and cure most any poison if she discovers it fast enough. While she is one of the most kind hearted characters in the entire franchise, a and is heavily associated with , Ruruka is a , Izayoi being and is associated with. Junko reveals that she plans to combine this video with Ryota's anime to create something that will brainwash people and send them into despair, threatening to subject his classmates to another killing game should he refuse to cooperate. Even when there is no club practice, she always carries her shinai sword with her. He surpasses Enoshima's analytical abilities and trumps Komaeda in being. For the tropes related to her in , see.
Class 77-B The main class of Side: Despair, talented students who would become part of Class 77-B at Hope's Peak Academy. The number of times his expression changes from that can be counted on one hand. Thats a lot of indirect blood on his hands. Ultimately, she had one of the most, if the most brutal and painful death in entire franchise, and that is saying something. While immersed in this mental world, Nagito claims that he hates talent and wishes he could erase it from the world entirely so that everyone could live as equals, to his later embarrassment. It also shows just how dangerous and cruel a person she truly was, particularly in her endgame to create the Despairs.
Cover art for the first Japanese Blu-ray box, featuring the characters Makoto Naegi left and Kyoko Kirigiri right. And like Sayaka, this revelation turned her surprisingly sadistic. By the time the Future Arc rolled in and he has experienced the World's Most Despair-Inducing Event, he's gone full on cynical in his methods to curb despair. Future Arc takes place shortly after Danganronpa 2, as Naegi, Kirigiri, and Asahina are interrogated by the heads of the Future Foundation, discovering they may be hiding the Despairs. Her thoughts are almost entirely comprised of eating and fighting. The series is divided into the twelve episodes of the Future Arc, eleven of the Despair Arc, and a single episode called the Hope Arc that wraps up the plot lines of both series.