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List of Danganronpa: The Animation episodes

No. Title Original airdate 1"Welcome to Despair High School"
Transcription: "Yōkoso Zetsubō Gakuen" (Japanese: ようこそ絶望学園)4 July 2013 (2013-07-04) After winning a special lottery, Makoto Naegi, an average student, enrolls at the prestigious Hope's Peak Academy for talented high school students. The moment Makoto steps inside the school grounds, however, he falls unconscious and later wakes up in a classroom littered with security cameras and steel plates. Following a note's instruction to assemble in the gym, Makoto finds fourteen other unique students in a similar situation, including a school idol from his old middle school, Sayaka Maizono. It is at this point that the self-proclaimed headmaster, a remote-controlled bear named Monokuma, appears before them, announcing that the students will be staying in the school for the rest of their lives and can only "graduate" by killing another student. Rejecting this idea, the students spend the next few days searching the school grounds to try to find an alternative exit. Deciding everyone needs a motive to kill, Monokuma shows each student a personalized DVD motivating them to try to escape at any cost; in Makoto's case, a video of his family being put in danger. As Sayaka is also unnerved by the contents of her video, Makoto tries to calm her down, promising that he will find a way to get both of them out.2"(Not) Normal Arc: Kill and Live"
Transcription: "Ikikiru: (Hi-)Nichijō-hen" (Japanese: イキキル (非)日常編)11 July 2013 (2013-07-11) After learning from Monokuma about the faulty door on his bedroom's shower room, Makoto is approached by Sayaka, who states she is afraid that someone may be after her, and offers to switch rooms with her to put her at ease. The next day, however, Makoto is horrified to discover Sayaka lying dead in his shower room, stabbed in the stomach with a kitchen knife. As Makoto becomes angered by this tragic turn of events, Monokuma explains that one of the students is responsible for her murder and they must judge for themselves who the killer is in a "class trial". If the class can successfully determine the guilty party, that person alone will be executed, but if they guess wrong, the killer will be set free and everyone else will be put to death. When fashionista Junko Enoshima voices her objection and assaults Monokuma, she is impaled to death by spears as punishment, warning the other students what will happen if they don't follow the rules. After the students' electronic handbooks are updated with details about the murder, Makoto is immediately made a prime suspect when it is shown Sayaka had died in his room. The students begin their investigation, making notes of all the evidence they find, including a message written in Sayaka's blood reading "11037". Before the trial begins, Makoto finds Sayaka's motivational DVD, which reveals that her fellow members in an idol group were all killed by Monokuma, who would only explain why if she managed to graduate. As the students head for the courtroom, Makoto receives cryptic words of advice from the mysterious Kyoko Kirigiri.3"Not Normal Arc: Kill and Live"
Transcription: "Ikikiru: Hinichijō-hen" (Japanese: イキキル 非日常編)18 July 2013 (2013-07-18) As the trial begins, swimmer Aoi Asahina testifies that she and martial artist Sakura Ogami witnessed Sayaka enter the kitchen, during which the kitchen knife used in the murder went missing. Meanwhile, Kyoko proves Makoto's innocence by pointing out that, since the boys' shower rooms don't have locks, he wouldn't have needed to dismantle his own doorknob to enter the shower room. After wondering how the culprit entered the room in the first place, Kyoko presents evidence which reveals Sayaka had purposely invited someone into the room in order to murder them and pin the crime on Makoto, only to wind up as the victim herself. Remembering the message written in blood, Makoto deduces that "11037" is an upside down spelling of "LEON" and accuses baseball star Leon Kuwata of the crime. His guilt is further proven by the method of which the culprit attempted to dispose of the evidence, his blood-stained shirt, in a manner only capable of a baseball star. When it is deduced that he must have used his tool set to take apart the doorknob, Leon is unanimously voted as the guilty culprit and is executed by Monokuma with a barrage of baseballs. Later that night, Kyoko consoles Makoto by theorizing that Sayaka may have written her dying message in order to protect him.4"(Not) Normal Arc: Weekly Shonen Despair Magazine"
Transcription: "Shūkan Shōnen Zetsubō Magajin: (Hi-)Nichijō-hen" (Japanese: 週刊少年ゼツボウマガジン (非)日常編)25 July 2013 (2013-07-25) Following the first class trial, Monokuma grants access to the second floor of the academy, containing a library and a swimming pool with gender-divided changing rooms. Whilst searching the library, the group find a broken laptop and a letter that claims Hope's Peak Academy has been shut down for a while, along with a storeroom filled with confidential files. Later, Makoto comes across writer Toko Fukawa, who has a crush on the cold-hearted affluent progeny, Byakuya Togami, before winding up as a witness to a sauna endurance battle between biker Mondo Owada and hall monitor Kiyotaka Ishimaru, who end up bonding with each other as a result. Soon after, Monokuma announces his next incentive, stating he will publicly announce everyone's personal secrets unless someone is killed in the next 24 hours. The next day, the students discover programmer Chihiro Fujisaki murdered in the girl's changing room, hung up like a crucifixion with the words "Bloodbath Fever" written in blood on the wall. During the investigation, some peculiarities are found, such as a seemingly disappearing coffee stain and curiously unfitting posters, along with a testimony by gambler Celestia Ludenberg that she saw Chihiro the night before. Byakuya tells Makoto that he believes the murder to be the work of Genocider Sho, a serial killer who crucified victims in a similar fashion. Meanwhile, Toko locks herself in her room, also mentioning something about Genocider Sho and failing to keep a promise to Byakuya.5"Not Normal Arc: Weekly Shonen Despair Magazine"
Transcription: "Shūkan Shōnen Zetsubō Magajin: Hinichijō-hen" (Japanese: 週刊少年ゼツボウマガジン 非日常編)1 August 2013 (2013-08-01) As the second trial begins, Byakuya states that Toko is the culprit as she has dissociative identity disorder, her other personality being none other than Genocider Sho. When Toko faints under the pressure, her personality switches to that of Genocider who, despite casually admitting she is a genuine homicidal maniac, denies killing Chihiro, as she always uses scissors in her serial killings. Being the only other one who knew of Genocider's crimes, Byakuya is suspected of the crime, curiously not denying it. However, after Makoto deduces Chihiro was actually killed in the boy's changing room, with Kyoko subsequently revealing Chihiro was, contrary to everyone's belief, not a girl but, in fact, a crossdressing boy, Byakuya admits he is not the killer and had only modified the crime scene to make the game more interesting. As Celestia gives her testimony about seeing Chihiro carry a sports bag containing a jersey the night before, Mondo accidentally lets slip that he knew what color the jersey was, eventually admitting he is the culprit. After the guilty verdict, Monokuma reveals that Chihiro had come to Mondo, revealing his true gender, in the hopes he could help him become stronger. Mondo, who had been keeping secret the fact that he was responsible for his brother's death in order to keep his gang together, became jealous of Chihiro's strength and killed him in a fit of rage, moving his corpse to the girl's changing room and destroying his e-handbook to protect his honor. Lamenting his actions, Mondo is put through his execution, in which he is spun around in a motorcycle death cage until liquified into butter, leaving Kiyotaka mortified. Meanwhile, Monokuma is seen talking with an unknown person, discussing the mysterious sixteenth student of the academy.6"(Not) Normal Arc: Return of the New Century Galaxy Legend! O Armored Hero, Stand upon the Earth!"
Transcription: "Shinseiki Ginga Densetsu Futatabi! Sōkō Yūsha yo Daichi ni Tate!: (Hi-)Nichijō-hen" (Japanese: 新世紀銀河伝説再び!装甲勇者よ大地に立て! (非)日常編)8 August 2013 (2013-08-08) After the others investigate the newly opened third floor, containing a rec room, an art room and a physics lab, Monokuma announces his next incentive: a cash reward of 10 billion yen to whoever graduates, though nobody seems to fall for it. Afterwards, the gang discover a laptop, which Chihiro had left behind in the bath locker room, containing an A.I. program called Alter Ego who offers to help decrypt some files left on the laptop. When Kiyotaka asks Alter Ego if he blames him for Chihiro's death, he imitates Mondo to give him words of encouragement, proving a bit too successful. Alter Ego then shows a curious photo of Leon, Chihiro, and Mondo hanging together, which could not have possibly been taken during the time they've known each other. After Kyoko takes precautions following some unhealthy interests from both Kiyotaka and doujin artist Hifumi Yamada, Alter Ego suddenly goes missing, leading Byakuya to suspect that there may be a mole amongst their group. The next morning, Makoto, Kyoko, Aoi, and Sakura encounter Celestia, who claims to have been attacked by someone in a robot costume who took Hifumi hostage. After finding an injured Hifumi in the library and taking him to the infirmary, the gang split into groups to search for the perpetrator. While Byakuya's group chase after the perpetrator, Makoto's group returns to the infirmary and discovers Hifumi lying in a pool of blood, with Monokuma's 'corpse discovery' announcement suggesting he has been killed. Makoto rushes to inform the other group in the physics lab storage, where he discovers Kiyotaka has been killed as well. Upon returning to the infirmary, the group find Hifumi's body has gone missing, later discovering Kiyotaka's body has also disappeared. Discovering the bodies in the art supply room, Hifumi seemingly comes back to life, stating he may have met everyone before and leaving behind the name 'Yasuhiro' before passing away, at which point the 'corpse discovery' alert plays for a second time.7"Not Normal Arc: Return of the New Century Galaxy Legend! O Armored Hero, Stand upon the Earth!"
Transcription: "Shinseiki Ginga Densetsu Futatabi! Sōkō Yūsha yo Daichi ni Tate!: Hinichijō-hen" (Japanese: 新世紀銀河伝説再び!装甲勇者よ大地に立て! 非日常編)15 August 2013 (2013-08-15) Hifumi's dying words leave most of the students convinced that the culprit is fortune teller Yasuhiro Hagakure, who is found by Kyoko near the pool stuck inside the aforementioned robot costume. Yasuhiro denies committing any murders, claiming he was knocked out after being called by a note, which had subsequently gone missing. After Makoto and Kyoko finish their investigation of the crime scene, the class trial begins. Makoto starts vouching for Yasuhiro's innocence, using evidence to point out he couldn't have designed the outfit, let alone carry the corpses whilst wearing it. After Kyoko asks the court to consider the two murders as separate incidents, Makoto deduces that Hifumi had only faked his death from before, with Kyoko's evidence revealing Hifumi was the one who killed Kiyotaka, moving his body to the art supply closet, where he himself was killed. Tasked with finding the true culprit behind both murders, Makoto accuses Celestia of the crime, as she knew there was a second victim before it was announced. As Celestia grows defensive and brings up Hifumi's dying words again, Makoto deduces that the 'Yasuhiro' he was referring to was actually Celestia's real name, Taeko Yasuhiro. Accepting defeat, Celestia reveals that she stole Alter Ego to coerce Hifumi into killing Kiyotaka under the premise that they would escape together, before killing him herself in the hope of winning the reward money and buying a castle. Leaving Kyoko with the key to Alter Ego's location, Celestia is put through a Versailles-style witch burning before being run over by a speeding fire truck. After the trial, Kyoko has Makoto investigate a hidden room behind the boy's toilets, where he finds a whole bunch of confidential records and a note reading "You must not escape from here". However, he is suddenly knocked out by a mysterious assailant, discovering all of the files missing when he regains consciousness. Whilst returning to his room, Makoto spots Sakura and Monokuma squaring off against each other in the gymnasium.8"(Not) Normal Arc: All All Apologies"
Transcription: "Ōru Ōru Aporojīzu: (Hi-)Nichijō-hen" (Japanese: オール・オール・アポロジーズ (非)日常編)22 August 2013 (2013-08-22) Makoto overhears that Sakura had been forced to become Monokuma's mole as he took her family dojo hostage. As Makoto feels he should not jump to conclusions until he has talked to Sakura, Kyoko becomes annoyed with him for keeping secrets from her. After exploring the fourth floor, containing some locked rooms that Monokuma forbids breaking into, the gang catch up with Alter Ego, who reports that Hope's Peak Academy was placed under lockdown due to a terrible incident that occurred, theorizing that the school's true headmaster may be behind it. He also discovers another strange photo, this time of Sayaka, Celestia, and Hifumi together. Afterwards, Monokuma announces to everyone that Sakura is the mole, who was ordered to kill someone in exchange for her dojo's safety, hoping to bring about another murder amongst the group. As Aoi becomes angered by the mean words said about Sakura, she ends up getting into a scrape with Genocider, leaving Sakura angered that innocent people got involved. Meanwhile, Alter Ego asks Makoto and Kyoko, who forgives Makoto for keeping quiet about Sakura, to take him somewhere where he can connect to the school network so he can find a way to help the students escape. Despite knowing the risks involved, Makoto and Kyoko respect his wishes and set him up in the hidden room from before. Later, Makoto, Kyoko, and Aoi discover Sakura dead in the rec room, which has been locked from the inside. As Kyoko conducts her investigation, Aoi directs her anger towards Byakuya, Toko, and Yasuhiro, feeling one of them is responsible for Sakura's death.9"All All Apologies II"
Transcription: "Ōru Ōru Aporojīzu: Hinichijō-hen" (Japanese: オール・オール・アポロジーズ 非日常編)29 August 2013 (2013-08-29) Following an investigation in the chemics lab, the class trial begins. Toko reveals she, Byakuya, and Yasuhiro all received notes from Sakura calling them to the rec room, where she had witnessed Yasuhiro attack Sakura with a glass bottle out of fear. However, Yasuhiro being the culprit is ruled out when Makoto reveals Sakura had been hit twice. This second hit is revealed to have come from Toko after she had passed out from seeing Sakura's bloody forehead and became Genocider, hitting her with another bottle. As this is also revealed to have not been the killing blow, Byakuya reveals that the actual cause of death was poison, presenting a bottle of poison whose contents were replaced with protein shake. Aoi then announces that she herself is the culprit, claiming that she had replaced Sakura's protein shake with poison and gave it to her. However, Makoto and Kyoko's analysis of the 'closed room' scenario, along with a piece of glass found in the poison bottle Byakuya presented, reveal that Aoi had only been hiding the fact that Sakura had actually committed suicide. As the trial comes to an end, Aoi reveals she had purposely tried to steer the trial to a wrong verdict, believing from a suicide note that Sakura was suffering and feeling everyone deserved to die to make up for it. Monokuma subsequently reveals the note she read was a fake he had made, with Sakura's real suicide note stating that she took her own life to save her dojo, stating her wish for everyone else to make it out of the academy alive. Although the others feel encouraged by Sakura's dying wishes, Monokuma then reveals he had caught Alter Ego trying to hack into the school network and destroys his laptop with a digger. Later that night, Kyoko has Makoto distract Monokuma while she does some investigating of her own, later warning him about the academy's sixteenth student and Super High School Level Despair: Mukuro Ikusaba.10"(Not) Normal Arc: The Junk Food of Despair for Racing through Youth"
Transcription: "Shissō suru Seishun no Zetsubō Janku Fūdo: (Hi-)Nichijō-hen" (Japanese: 疾走する青春の絶望ジャンクフード (非)日常編)5 September 2013 (2013-09-05) After the group explore the fifth and final floor, containing a botanical garden and a classroom filled with blood, Byakuya questions Kyoko about her identity, but she states she doesn't remember due to amnesia. As Byakuya dismisses this idea and confiscates Kyoko's room key, Makoto is given the responsibility of looking after a survival knife that Toko found. Later that night, Kyoko, who had managed to obtain a mysterious key and the details about Mukuro from the headmaster's office thanks to Sakura breaking down the door, asks Makoto to keep Monokuma occupied while she goes off to investigate the dorm building's second floor. As Makoto comes down with a fever as a result of staying up all night, he has a dream stating he is supposed to stay in Hope's Peak Academy instead of escape from it, before witnessing a masked person wielding the survival knife, followed by Kyoko telling him something he can't hear. Waking up the next morning to discover the knife he had been keeping has gone missing, Makoto heads to the gym where everyone else is disassembling a broken down Monokuma unit. Whilst looking for a way to break into the headmaster's office for answers, the group discover a corpse in the botanical garden resembling the masked attacker Makoto saw. Before they can remove the mask and identify the victim, a bomb goes off, torching the corpse and leaving it unidentifiable by the time they put the fire out. Finding a key to the data processing room, the group are confronted by a fully working Monokuma, who reveals all their actions are being broadcast live to the outside world. To make matters worse, a class trial is to be held for the corpse they found, which is revealed by Kyoko, who is alive and well, to be that of Mukuro Ikusaba.11"Not Normal Arc: The Junk Food of Despair for Racing through Youth"
Transcription: "Shissō suru Seishun no Zetsubō Janku Fūdo: Hinichijō-hen" (Japanese: 疾走する青春の絶望ジャンクフード 非日常編)12 September 2013 (2013-09-12) Before the class trial, after Byakuya has Makoto investigate Kyoko's room, Kyoko tells Makoto that the key she found is a master key that can open any door in the school. As the trial begins, Byakuya accuses Kyoko, who has no alibi for Mukuro's death, while she curiously brings up evidence that effectively negates Makoto's alibi. Believing the cause of Mukuro's death to be a blow to the back of the head, Byakuya deduces the weapon was some steel arrows found in a dojo locker, the key to which was discovered in Kyoko's room. Although this appears to be contradicted by the fact Byakuya had the key to Kyoko's room the entire time, Makoto considers the possibility that Kyoko could have used the master key she stole from Monokuma. Noticing her desperation that she not be found guilty, Makoto decides to place his faith in Kyoko and not expose her, instead questioning the odd nature of the trial. However, Monokuma suddenly declares an abrupt end to the trial, declaring Makoto to be the culprit and deciding to have him executed. Before Makoto can be killed by a crusher, a virus left behind by Alter Ego stops the crusher and allows Makoto to fall safely into a garbage dump below. Some time later, Kyoko throws herself down the garbage chute to rescue Makoto, providing him with food and a means of escape, explaining how the mastermind had originally intended for Makoto to become the victim, planning to frame her for the murder and have her executed instead. Whilst making their way up a giant ladder, Kyoko states she has regained some of her memories, revealing herself to be the Super High School Level Detective who had come to Hope's Peak Academy to meet her father, the headmaster, who she is not on good terms with. Arriving back inside the academy, Makoto and Kyoko confront Monokuma, calling his bluff that simply executing Makoto again would not prove that hope cannot defeat despair. Thus, they propose a final all-or-nothing class trial with everyone's lives on the line, in which the students must not only determine Mukuro's killer, but also solve all of Hope's Peak Academy's secrets.12"The Reason Super High School Level Bad Luck Attracted Super High School Level Murder, Super High School Level Execution and Super High School Level Despair"
Transcription: "Chō-kōkō-kyū no Fuun ga Chō-kōkō-kyū no Satsujin to Chō kōkō-kyū no Shokei to Chō kōkō-kyū no Zetsubō o Hikiyoseta Riyū" (Japanese: 超高校級の不運が超高校級の殺人と超高校級の処刑と超高校級の絶望を引き寄せた理由)19 September 2013 (2013-09-19) After being granted access to all previously locked rooms, Makoto and Kyoko investigate the dorm's second floor and find a hidden room in the headmaster's lodge. There, they discover the remains of Kyoko's father, who had died long before the killing game started, along with an SD Card containing video interviews of all the students agreeing to spend their lives in Hope's Peak Academy, although Monokuma pulls the plug before the video gets too far. Whilst Kyoko deals with the revelation that her father cared more about her than she thought, Makoto uses the headmaster's e-handbook to open some lockers, finding some textbooks allegedly belonging to Yasuhiro and a notebook containing Kyoko's handwriting, hinting at there being two 'Despair' students. Afterwards, Makoto visits the science lab, being used as a morgue, noticing some curious wounds on Mukuro's body before Monokuma gives him a photo featuring all sixteen students except for himself. As the class trial soon begins, with Monokuma joining the fray, the other students reveal they had also received similar photos, only with them missing from their respective photos. Wondering where these photos came from, Makoto reveals the books he found, deducing they are each missing some of their memories, revealed to have been stolen by Monokuma. Makoto then accuses Monokuma of murdering Mukuro, deducing that Mukuro was murdered twice, pointing out the true cause of death were wounds eerily matching the ones Junko received. After Kyoko proves her innocence by revealing the shameful burns on her hands, Makoto deduces from Monokuma's obscured evidence the identity of the culprit, Monokuma's controller, and the academy's mastermind to be none other than the real Junko Enoshima, who soon appears and reveals herself to be the true Super High School Level Despair.13"Goodbye, Despair High School"
Transcription: "Sayonara, Zetsubō Gakuen" (Japanese: さよなら絶望学園)26 September 2013 (2013-09-26) Junko reveals that she had used Mukuro, her older twin sister, to take her place, before showing the others footage of the outside world, revealing it to be in total chaos. This is confirmed by Genocider, who retained her memories as they are kept separate from Toko's, with Junko subsequently revealing that the memories that were stolen from the students were actually of two whole years spent together in Hope's Peak Academy. A year ago, when "The Tragedy" hit the world, the school was converted into a shelter to protect the students carrying hope on their shoulders. However, Junko killed the headmaster, erased the students' memories, and began the killing game, betraying her own sister in the process. Junko then holds a final vote between hope and despair; if everyone votes for hope, they must leave the academy, but should even one student vote in favor of despair, the students will remain in the academy and Makoto alone will be executed. Makoto manages to use his own hope to inspire the others to stand up against despair, earning him the new title of Super High School Level Hope. With the trial over, Junko revels herself in the ultimate despair and gives herself the ultimate execution, leaving behind an escape switch. With hope in their hearts, Makoto and the others use the switch to leave the academy and venture into the unknown world, unaware that Monokuma is still active.
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Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Wiki Guide

Monokuma pops up to encourage the students with possible boat parts AND profile information on the new island. I’m sure Monokuma isn’t full of it so you guys go to the next island.

You know the drill! It’s up to you on which areas you want to visit first. Feel free to follow the steps I do but it is up to you.

  • Horror House
  • Nezumi Castle
  • Rollercoaster
  • Funhouse

Horror House

Feel free to interact with your fellow students here. I would definitely examine the house on the left. It seems to belong to the adorable Monomi!  Silliness ensues.

Nezumi Castle

You will notice a similarity to something else… can’t quite put my finger on it. Any ways, put up the first Monokuma Doll (16/30) on your left above the castle wall. Speak to those you wish but make sure to interact with Mechamaru. He will show you another nifty feature of his. The door straight ahead seems to be blocked but has an important aura around it.

Rollercoaster

Not much you can interact with here BUT grab the next Monokuma Doll (17/30)! It is to the right behind the coaster. After the visit from Monokuma, you may leave.

Funhouse

Speak to anyone/everyone and the train last. The story will push you and the group to the Rollercoaster area.

Rollercoaster

Monokuma forces you to ride the rollercoaster. FIEND! You guys do get a special file which reveals more of Byuakuya’s past and ties in more with the first game. Now, the students relocate back to the Funhouse. You guys do so and what a surprise! It’s a trap. You awake to a new area.

Strawberry House

Get familiar with this area because Monokuma reveals that no one will be leaving unless a kill is committed. You spilt off with Mechamaru. Once you get free roam, grab the third Monokuma Doll (18/30) from the tea cup to your left. At this point, interact with whatever and whomever you wish. On the first floor, the Strawberry Tower doors will push on the story.

Grape House

Some dialog occurs and you learn thanks to Chiaki that the Strawberry Tower and Grape Tower are the same! It’s time for some sleep so it’s decided that the boys will stay in Strawberry House and the girls in Grape House. Expect for lucky old you who will stay in Grape House.

Day 2

FREE TIME

Now, it’s Free time! Go hang out with whomever you please. Be sure to have a great present for them too! You will have two opportunities to hang out with your fellow students. You will have THREE sessions, crazy! Before you complete the third session, make sure to grab the last two Monokuma Dolls! Note that Chiaki will not be available to hangout.

Head to the 3rd floor of the Grape House and into the Monokuma Archives. The Monokuma Doll (19/30) is behind the gold statue that is standing straight up.

The last Monokuma Doll is located on the 2nd floor of the Strawberry House. Enter the normal room (Mechamaru) and behind the wooden table is the last Monokuma Doll (20/30).

Day 3

On top of not being able to eat, Monokuma starts up “Monokuma Tai Chi” every morning. What an ass. But now… more free time!

FREE TIME

Now, it’s Free time! Go hang out with whomever you please. Be sure to have a great present for them too! You will have two opportunities to hang out with your fellow students. You will have two sessions. Note that Chiaki will not be available to hangout.

At the end of free time, your character is determined to do the test in the final death door. Thankfully, you are stopped by Chiaki.

Day 4

Other than the odd sound last night and the fact that you’re crazy hungry, it’s time for another session of Monokuma Tai Chi. Wait… another body is discovered! Noo!

Spoiler Warning regarding Investigations and Class Trails past this point.

INVESTIGATION

Our strong Team Manager has been killed… this blows.

Listed below will be the short and sweet details of what’s needed for a great investigation

  • Examine Mechamaru
  • Examine Wire on his legs
  • Examine his chest
  • Examine his head
  • Examine the oil near his head
  • Examine the hammer
  • Examine the pillar (left side)
  • Speak with Sonia
  • Speak with Chiaki
  • Speak with Akane
  • Examine the Strawberry Doors

Grape House

  • Answer the Strawberry Phone on the 2nd floor

Strawberry House (Note that you will be controlling Nagito)

  • Speak to Fuyuhiko
  • Speak to Kuzuichi
  • Examine the elevator on the first floor
  • Examine the Strawberry Tower Doors
  • Enter the Final Death Room

Final Dead Room

  • Examine the numbers written around the room (5, 3, 9, and 7)
  • Examine the desk
  • Examine the middle drawer and receive Pliers
  • Examine the right drawer and take a mental note of the card
  • Examine the closet for a hanger
  • Use the Pliers (Triangle button) on the hanger to create a wire
  • Use the wire under the bed for a desk key
  • Use the desk key on the desk for scissors
  • Use the scissors on the Monokuma plushie for batteries.
  • On the safe, input in “3 9 5 7” to receive a camera and USB stick
  • Use the batteries on the camera
  • Examine the photo on the camera
  • Use the USB stick on the computer and input “SMVEMJS”
  • On the safe, input in “9 8 7 5”
  • Use the USB stick on the area below the blinking lights

Grape House

  • Speak with the students in the room
  • Head to the Grape Tower by going downstairs
  • Grape Tower
  • Speak to Kazuichi
  • Examine Mechmaru’s Chest

CLASS TRIAL

Who will talk about taking… going to the bathroom now. On with the trial!

  • “New-Looking Hammer” Bullet for “beat the crap”
  • Select “The broken pillar”
  • “Pillar Fragments” Bullet for "tipping the pillar over"
  • "Strange Feeling in Tower" Bullet for "the exact same place"
  • "Oil on the floor" Sword for "everything"
  • Select “Life-threatening Game”
  • Select the area that is right to the Pillar (Shown in red)
  • Select the area that is the bottom part of the Pillar (Shown in orange)

Get ready for some “Logic Dive”!

  • Question 1’s answer – They exist
  • Question 2’s answer – They’re the same building.
  • Question 3’s answer – Vertically
  • Select “The floors above the Grape House”
  • "Strange Feeling in Tower" Bullet for "dummy"
  • Spell out “Elevator”
  • Select “They were all on the floor”
  • Select “Only the floor moves”
  • "Kazuichi's Account" Bullet for "vertically"
  • Select “Eight-Sided Shape”
  • Select the area that is the top part of the Grape House (Green area)

It’s time for a break. Who thinks of buildings like this!

  • Select “Falling”
  • "Good Night Button" Bullet for "moving object"
  • "Wire" Bullet for "doorknob on the floor"
  • "Clock's Alarm Timer" Sword for "still been in sleep mode”
  • Select “Collided with a pillar”
  • "Radio Clock" Bullet for "messed with the clock"

Another “Logic Dive” will commence!

  • Question 1’s answer – The time in the building
  • Question 2’s answer – The building’s clocks
  • Question 3’s answer – Both houses
  • "Akane's Account" Bullet for "the sound when he fell"
  • Select “Two Hours”
  • Select “Monokuma Tai Chi”
  • Select “Nagito Komaeda”
  • Spell out “Deluxe Rooms”
  • Select “Gundham Tanaka”
  • Use the Triangle ability on “secret passageway” phase to receive the bullet. Use it on “the only means of travel”
  • Select “Nagito Komaeda”
  • "Wire" Sword for "maelstrom of blind confusion"
  • Phase is “The Four Dark Devas”

What a trial… let’s end it with the Closing Arguments.

Page 1 has…

  • Alarm set for 5:30 AM. Its 2:30 AM right now...

Page 2 has…

  • Fuyuhiko can't sleep...
  • Alarm set for 5:30 AM. Its 5:00 AM right now...

Page 4 has…

  • The hamster pressed it!!!

Page 5 has…

  • Hung the loop onto the doorknob.

Page 6 has…

  • The door to Strawberry Hall got destroyed.

Page 7 has…

  • There's a huge hammer.

Page 8 has…

  • Meet up because of the lounge clock alarm.

Page 9 has…

Page 10 has…

After the class trial, the dialog given does fit on why this murder occurred. Damn shame. You will receive a Hell Hound Earring and be able to go back to the islands.

Let’s move onto the next Chapter… Smile at Hope in the name of Despair.

Sours: https://www.ign.com/wikis/danganropa-2/Chapter_4_-_Do_Ultimate_Robots_Dream_of_Clockwork
Danganronpa Series - ALL Deaths and Executions [ENTIRE SERIES SPOILERS]
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Dorm rooms are the personal living quarters where each student sleeps inside Hope's Peak Academy. Most of these rooms are decorated to suit the tastes of the individual who lives there. They are all located in in a corridor on the first floor of Hope's Peak Academy, known as "Hotel Despair". Each individual's dorm room has a red door with a sign on it, featuring a pixelated likeness of the resident and their name.

About

The dorm rooms each have one room that serves as both a sitting room and bedroom, and a private ensuite bathroom. Each room includes a memo pad, a potted plant, and some basic wooden furniture, including a bed, desk, a chair, a round table, and a shelving unit. Like most rooms in Hope's Peak Academy, they are monitored by security cameras, and have a monitor mounted on the wall from which Monokuma gives wake-up calls, night-time alerts, and other school announcements. The default design of the room features colour-coded bedding based on the gender of the occupant - pink for girls and blue for boys. Girls' rooms come equipped with a sewing kit in the desk drawer, whereas boys' rooms include a tool kit. Girls' rooms also feature a locking bathroom door, which the boys' rooms do not. The water supply to all of the bathrooms is cut off after 10pm.

The dorm rooms are extremely secure, with a lock which cannot be picked and a sophisticated key which is hard to replicate. They are soundproofed, so no sound from inside the room can be heard in the corridor or adjacent rooms. Each room has its own doorbell.

Room Layout

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Interiors

Makoto Naegi

Makoto Door Sign Dorm Room.pngDorm Room Makoto Naegi Sword.pngMakoto's room is the default design for boys at Hope's Peak Academy. It features blue bed sheets, a desk and memopad, a round table, a lint roller, and empty shelving. During chapter 1, Makoto keeps an ornamental sword on his shelves for self defence. The bathroom door in Makoto's room does not fit the frame properly, and has to be lifted in order to open it.

Switching rooms with Sayaka

In chapter 1, Sayaka Maizono is found dead in Makoto's dorm room. The previous night, Sayaka had switched rooms with Makoto, claiming that she felt unsafe sleeping in her own room. Sayaka invited Leon Kuwata to the room and attacked him with a knife from the kitchen, but Leon defended himself with the golden ornamental sword, leaving slice marks all over the walls and floor of Makoto's room. Leon broke his way into Makoto's bathroom door, disarmed Sayaka, and murdered her with the knife. Sayaka wrote the word "LEON" upside down on the bathroom wall as she died. The crime scene was entirely cleaned up after the class trial, with no evidence the event ever occurred, but in the proceeding chapters whenever the player selects the bathroom door for Makoto to observe, he expresses discomfort and mourns Sayaka.

Makoto's bedroom dorm rooms crime scene

Makoto's dorm room after Sayaka's murder

Danganronpa 1 CG - Sayaka Maizono's corpse discovery

Sayaka's corpse on Makoto's bathroom floor

Kyoko Kirigiri

Kyoko Door Sign Dorm Room.pngDorm Room Kyoko Kirigiri.pngKyoko's room is the default design for girls at Hope's Peak Academy. It features all the same furniture as Makoto's, except with pink bed sheets and no lint roller. 

In Chapter 5, Byakuya confiscates the key to Kyoko's room after he suspects her to be the mastermind. After Mukuro Ikusaba's body is found and Kyoko has gone missing, Makoto and Byakuya enter Kyoko's room to look for clues for where she might have gone. They discover a wood block key on her table, which opens a locker in the dojo containing titanium arrows. They also find Mukuro's school profile hidden under the bedsheets, as per instructions that Kyoko gave Makoto incase anything happened to her.

Aoi Asahina

Aoi Door Sign Dorm Room.pngDorm Room Aoi Asahina.pngAoi's room reflects her passion for fitness, including exercise routine charts, a medicine ball, resistance bands, a dumbbell, a step machine, her bathing suit, gym bag and running shoes. She also has a large first aid kit, due to being very accident prone.

Byakuya Togami

Byakuya Door Sign Dorm Room.pngDorm Room Byakuya Togami.pngByakuya's room is ostentatious, with a red carpet leading from the entrance, paintings, an ornate dining chair and light fixture, a tablecloth, and a yellow rose in a vase. He has a large glasses stand with 10 pairs of his trademark glasses. He has an a violin, metronome, sheet music, and a music stand. What seems to be a coin collection is in a case behind his bed.

Celestia Ludenberg

Celestia Door Sign Dorm Room.pngDorm Room Celestia Ludenberg.pngCelestia's room reflects her love of gothic lolita style, even having an ornamental coffin. She has black lace tablecloth, and a candelabra. She displays tea sets, a crown and a victrola. She has a large case of beauty products and sewing supplies, and two outfits on mannequins - Celestia designs her own clothing. She has a gothic lolita themed cat plushie at the foot of her black bed.
Sours: https://danganronpa.fandom.com/wiki/Dorm_Rooms

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