Byakuya Togami is a character featured in Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, voiced by Jason Wishnov. Danganronpa 1 marks the character's first voiced appearance within the Danganronpa franchise.
Chapter 1 - To Survive
"And the murder took place in Makoto's room."
"That much should've been obvious just by looking at the scene. It shouldn't even need explaining."
"You don't *think* so?"
"Speaking of which, I'd like to ask the bear, if there is an accomplice, do they also become blackened?"
"Why didn't you say so in the first place?"
"So you're saying the knife she took was then taken from her, and she was killed with it?"
"In that case, you may not have taken the knife, but you still could've killed her."
"Regardless, it was a pointless act. Wasting time trying to break down a door that wasn't locked is..."
"That is... a definite possibility."
"Then either it was Makoto, who lived there, or Sayaka, who switched rooms for a single night."
"So what you're saying is, the room Sayaka was staying in was actually marked as her room."
"The person with the knife attacked first, and the knife was used as an impromptu defence."
"No, far from it. It's almost as if..she'd been planning to commit a murder of her own."
"She took the knife from the kitchen, then invited the culprit to the room she was staying."
"And if it's true that she had the kitchen knife and attacked without provocation..."
"I don't know. I'm not sure our soft-hearted Makoto is capable of that kind of cut-throat behaviour."
"I'm sure Sayaka realised the same thing, which is why out of all of us, she asked him to switch rooms."
"And if you say you used it for something else, you'll have to explain exactly when, where and why."
"So, you have no rebuttal?"
Chapter 2 - Boy's Life of Despair
"If you don't mind, I will proceed from here. Let's move on to discussion of the culprit."
"Although, I believe the criminal behind this heinous act is already quite clear."
"Chihiro's killer is..."
"...The fiendish serial killer, Genocide Jack."
"The culprit is Genocide Jack, I'm sure of it."
"Case closed, as far as I'm concerned."
"Why? What makes it impossible?"
"The why of it is probably more trouble than it's worth, so let's just forget about that for now."
"More importantly, it outlines all the specifics of every Genocide Jack case in exceeding detail"
"According to the file, there appear to be two defining characteristics in every Genocide Jack case."
"The first is that a bloody message is found at the scene of every murder."
"But more important is the other characteristic, and it's something that has never been made public."
"Why don't you tell them, Makoto?"
"However, Chihiro was most definitely suspended in this way."
"So, how did the culprit know about this, when only high level police officials were aware of it?"
"There's only one logical answer I can think of."
"It's because the culprit in this case is the real Genocide Jack."
"Yes, in fact, it's Toko."
"Genocide Jack's true identity is Toko Fukawa."
"Is Toko Genocide Jack? The answer is yes, and no."
"Toko's strange behaviour after seeing the body is proof enough that she has a split personality."
"That's right. Thunk back. She fainted when she saw Chihiro's corpse and when she woke up..."
"Not to mention, once she regained consciousness and saw Chihiro's body again, she was utterly calm."
"In other words, within her is one personality that can't handle blood and one that obviously can."
"The reason she locked herself in her room wasn't to keep other people from getting in."
"It was to keep her other personality from getting out."
"Toko was afraid. Afraid of the murderous fiend inside of her, of killing even more people."
"I do believe you misunderstood her."
"What she's trying to say isn't, "How can you know all this?""
"No. What she wants to know is, "How could you tell them?""
"Last night, just before Monokuma gave his motive speech, Toko and I had a strange conversation."
"She told me a most interesting story."
"She said a murderous fiend lived within her, and she was afraid it could appear and attack any time."
"And that trepidation is what's caused her to have such a bleak attitude. Isn't that right, Toko?"
"You have only yourself to blame. You came to me with your tragic little story. I didn't ask you to."
"This is the real world. Not some romantic fantasy fairy tale."
"Besides, you broke your promise first."
"You said that as long as you were here, no matter what, you wouldn't let Genocide Jack kill anyone."
"But in spite of that promise..."
"How many times do I have to tell you. I never said that."
"But you weren't able to do it. You just couldn't resist that rush you got from killing, could you?"
"But your efforts were useless. What a disappointment."
"Well, the opening act is nearly finished. All that's left is to hear from the person in question directly."
"This should be enough to convince you. This murderous fiend is responsible for Chihiro's death."
"There's clearly a motive, so there should be no doubt."
"Remember what Monokuma told us?"
"If someone didn't murder and graduate within 24 hours, an embarrassing memory or secret would be revealed."
"Well, let's assume that Toko's secret was about Genocide Jack."
"If a secret like that came to light, Toko's life would've been undoubtedly ruined."
"So she had a very clear motive to never have that side of herself exposed."
"When you compare your past murders to this incident..."
"...The modus operandi matches completely."
"What more proof do we need?"
"Give it up. You killed her."
"We get it, you've clearly explained your hobby and your philosophy. But that's not all there is to it."
"It's a different matter entirely, when you're forced to kill in order to survive."
"I see. So now the suspicion falls on me."
"Then I must ask, when would you say I began acting suspicious? Surely you must have an answer."
"I should've naturally thought of the boys locker room first. Is that what you want to say?"
"The victim was Chihiro, a girl. Hence why I said we should check the girls' locker room."
"Okay then, what's so strange about it?"
"Go ahead, share with the rest of the class."
"The victim was Chihiro, who was a girl."
"So of course I would suggest we check the girls' locker room first."
"There was no time for pointless distractions."
"What's so strange about that?"
"I see. That's a good answer, I must admit."
"Interesting. Very interesting indeed. But your reasoning is still too weak."
"What's wrong? Is that it? Surely you've got more than that. Go ahead, show us."
"What's the matter? You're not finished already are you? There must be more to it."
"Oh? Proof that I'm the culprit you mean?"
"I've never seen that rope before in my life."
"Obviously somebody else must've had it hidden away somewhere."
"That's really what you think? Then your conclusion is something like this."
"I killed Chihiro in the girls' locker room, then hung her up and wrote that bloody message."
"I intentionally made it look like Genocide Jack was behind it."
"Is that about right?"
"What's wrong? I asked you if you think that's what happened."
"Is that right? And what, pray tell, is still bothering you?"
"I killed her in the girls' locker room, then disguised my crime."
"Specifically, I dressed it up to make it look like it was the work of a homicidal psychopath."
"What about all that bothers you?"
"What kind of question is that? Even in the world of disappointments, this is a true letdown."
"She was found dead in the girls' locker room. There is absolutely no question about that."
"How could the scene of the crime have been anywhere else?"
"The...rest of the murder scene?"
"That was awfully specific. Please tell me you have a reason for saying all that."
"Come on, Makoto."
"If there's any chance the murder took place somewhere else, let's see the proof."
"Your proof...is some posters?"
"Actually, the rule states that loaning your handbook is prohibited. It says nothing about borrowing one."
"In other words, you could borrow a dead person's handbook all you want, and you'd be safe."
"Of course, if it were broken, that wouldn't make any sense anyway."
"Assuming his handbook did, in fact, list his gender as male, then yes, that would be true."
"Well, I must admit, I did find it rather odd."
"I knew he felt a little...off. There was a certain incongruity to his female body."
"So now, everything has been connected. All the mysteries have finally become clear."
"Hmhm. Very interesting. This has become very interesting indeed..."
"So that's your thinking, huh? It bothers me that you don't have more concrete reasons, but..."
"It's fine. I guess I'll mark it as correct. For the time being."
"He's right. I am not the culprit."
"I just happened to come across the corpse in the girls' locker room and decided to alter it."
"No, I am not...effing with you right now. I'm telling you the truth."
"Go ahead, find it very hard to believe. You're free to be executed along with the rest of us."
"My reasons hardly matter right now. Uncovering the culprit is much more important, wouldn't you say?"
"Now then, if it wasn't me, who was it?"
"Excellent. Then shall we resume our game of hide and seek?"
"As was noted, the evidence is already gone. There's nothing to get fingerprints from."
"What do you mean, "the specific tracksuit"?"
"Hey Celeste, what colour was Chihiro's tracksuit?"
"Perhaps, but you handed him the shovel, didn't you? That's why you said what you did."
"Focus on the tracksuit and it'll be obvious who he met with? What a bunch of nonsense."
"That's odd. I didn't think the handbooks were quite so fragile."
"I won't say it's not possible, but who would've done something like that?"
"I don't know of anyone who took their handbook into the sauna."
Chapter 3 - A Next Generation Legend! Stand Tall, Galactic Hero!
"And he's not the only one. I think Hiro is innocent as well."
"The suspicious individual hidden within the suit.."
"Go ahead Makoto. Tell them who it was."
"Then there can be no doubt. Hiro is the prime suspect."
"It makes perfect sense. Hiro was the suspicious individual in the suit, but he's not the culprit."
"That's right. The culprit in this case has nothing to do with being in the Robo Justice suit."
"Of course. But before we get to that..."
"...There's something else we need to clarify first. So let's get that out of the way."
"All things have a proper order."
"We must clarify the method of transportation for Taka's lifeless body."
"It would seem that his corpse was moved using certain particular items."
"Makoto. Can you tell us what they were?"
"She's raised an objection. How do you respond?"
"Well, anyway, that was just something we had to get out of the way. Let's get back to the main subject."
"I'd be happy to explain why the occupant of the suit couldn't possibly be the killer."
"If you look back on how the body was transported, it will become immediately obvious."
"As we know, Taka was killed in the equipment room."
"And from there, the body was moved to the repository, correct?"
"Now, keep in mind that the dolly doesn't have a handle."
"If you accept everything we just said..."
"...Then you must realize that whoever was in the suit couldn't possibly be the culprit."
"On top of that, if you were wearing such a rigid cumbersome suit..."
"...It's very unlikely you would have the dexterity to go about wrapping the body in a tarp."
"Celeste informed us that she'd found the bodies, and we all headed to the repository."
"Which is where we re-discovered the bodies."
"It's true that Hifumi was killed with Justice Hammer 3."
"While Taka's death came from a swing of Justice Hammer 4."
"So you're saying the culprit wanted us to think the hammers were used in order..."
"...But in reality, Taka was killed before Hifumi?"
"Okay then, let's see the proof."
"That's exactly why the culprit wrote the numbers on each hammer and had them increase in size."
"That way, when we saw how they were used in each incident, we'd easily make that wrong assumption."
"Even if she could have pulled that off, there's no way she could have done the same with Hifumi's body."
"Because, as we just established, she was passed out in the equipment room when his body disappeared."
"I don't think it has anything to do with the occult. I think what she's implying is..."
"We thought Hifumi was dead, but perhaps in reality, he was still alive."
"Perhaps he was simply playing dead."
"That's right. It wasn't long after finding his body that we heard the announcement."
"First of all, if two bodies had been found, there really should've been two announcements."
"What do you say Monokuma? Any comment?"
"No, actually, that was plenty."
"He said it's only broadcast when a body is discovered for the first time, which means..."
"...Even if we find the same body again later, he won't make the announcement again."
"If that's true, then why was the announcement made again later on?"
"Exactly. If we were actually rediscovering both bodies, the announcement shouldn't have played."
"And the next time we saw his body..."
"It was in the repository."
"I wouldn't be caught dead using a tacky piece of garbage like that."
"While we were all gathered in the nurse's office, he went to the equipment room and took Taka's body."
"And it only could've been Hifumi, who just finished stashing Taka's body there."
"Where's your proof? Go ahead, show us."
"That means Hifumi knew the note was important."
"During that time, we'd all split up and were searching for Taka's missing body."
"In other words, during that time, none of us have alibis."
"I'm surprised. It seems there's some semblance of a brain knocking around that skull of yours after all."
"Is it not possible they used a different weapon?"
"So Hifumi moved Taka's body to the repository, where someone then used a hammer to kill him."
"You're saying that two people could act as each others' accomplices to commit two separate murders."
"The mastermind picked their target and managed to convince him to go along with their plan."
"And then to avoid the no accomplices rule, they simply killed their accomplice."
"Which, if true, means that betraying Hifumi was part of the plan from the very beginning."
"You think so? I can't help but admire its cunning. Still, their choice of accomplice seems...odd."
"A joke? I wonder..."
"Just to be clear, there is evidence to support it."
"It is. Throughout the investigation, there was certain behaviour that was common only to the two of you."
"Considering what we've learned so far, it only further proves that the two of you were working together."
"Shush. The adults are talking now."
"As he said, only Celeste and Hifumi ever laid eyes on the costumed individual."
"If we accept that Hifumi was one of the culprits, we can't help but suspect what Celeste has said as well."
"After taking Hifumi to the nurse's office, we all began our search for this individual, correct?"
"And not too long after that, do you remember what Celeste said?"
"We headed to the second floor specifically because of what she'd claimed to have seen."
"Next, to draw us all to the physics lab up on the third floor."
"And when we'd all come to see what was wrong, what was it she said?"
"Once she'd done her job of getting us all up to the physics lab..."
"...It was time for her partner to get to work."
"In fact, Celeste was precisely the one who proposed that we split up."
"Well, if Celeste and Hifumi were working together, all those chance events suddenly become connected."
"And on top of that, that piercing cry of yours from early on."
"That was to signal Hifumi, wasn't it?"
"It was your way of telling him, "We're on the third floor, everything's going according to plan"."
"Why else would you let out a scream that could've carried across the sea."
"Each piece isn't much by itself, but start putting them together and the picture gets very ugly indeed."
"Wouldn't you agree, Celeste?"
"Don't bother trying to deny it."
"You made one fatal mistake."
"I didn't even catch it myself when you first said it, but."
"Looking back, I can say that that one little slip up was your undoing."
"I'm talking about what you said after Hifumi's body disappeared and we returned to the nurse's office."
"Then pay attention. Sakura, Toko and I were first to discover Taka's body in the equipment room."
"Then Makoto showed up and told us Hifumi had been killed. So Sakura and I left with Makoto."
"Once we were in the hall, we ran into Celeste, and the four of us headed to the nurse's office."
"Now, the entire time we were together, none of us said anything about Taka being dead."
"Think about it. Celeste's comment doesn't make sense. It was completely out of place."
"You hear that Celeste? Everyone's having some trouble understanding. Could you repeat what you said?"
"If you're really not the culprit, you shouldn't have any problem repeating it, right?"
"And that's all it takes to finish this. It's obvious, isn't it?"
"What was so strange about Celeste's comment?"
"Exactly, and we didn't run into her until after we were all out in the hall."
"So there was never any chance for her to have seen his body in the equipment room for herself."
"Well then, I suppose this is checkmate."
"How long do you plan to go on pretending?"
"So, you've finally accepted it."
Chapter 4 - All Star Apologies
"And what reason do you have for saying so?"
"Is that it? That doesn't make any sense."
"I don't deny that she wanted to meet with us, but..."
"I never went to see her."
"You just did exactly as the note asked? What a fool."
"Assuming he's telling the truth, someone else must've put the magazine back on the shelf."
"In other words, at least one other person was in the rec room both before and after the incident."
"And remember, this girl examines dead bodies as a hobby. Personally, I'm inclined to believe her."
"King, rook, bishop, pawn... I definitely remember seeing each of those."
"Okay, fine. Let's hear it."
"And you just now decided to share that with us?"
"Could someone tighten the screws on his brain? I think they've come loose."
"Stop wasting my time. Just tell us the truth."
"Out with it."
"Imbeciles, all of you."
"Just answer the question. Did you kill Sakura?"
"Just go away and die your meaningless death alone. Don't drag me into it."
"No, not quite yet."
"Don't you think there was something odd about Toko's story? I mean, you had to have noticed."
"Hiro's attack, and then Toko's, but that still wasn't the end of it."
"Tell us your story one more time. Tell us what happened after you fainted."
"Then even this gaggle of idiots should understand what I'm talking about."
"And where did the attack take place?"
"So, you finally noticed."
"No, I'm sure she's telling the truth. Anyone who saw the murder scene should think the same way."
"Well? Are you still convinced the case has come to an end?"
"No, she's not. I've been saying all along there's still more to this case."
"That's because you're overlooking vital information."
"Some sort of reaction within her body, most likely..."
"Sakura was poisoned."
"That's right. This is the conclusion I've arrived at and so there can be no mistake."
"Is it really so hard to believe? Then let me explain exactly how the culprit was able to poison her."
"Of course, if you don't mind."
"The key to unlocking this mystery was hiding in the chem lab, up on the fourth floor."
"You never would have, since you gave up on the search the moment you were barred from the crime scene."
"There's a big shelving unit in the chem lab that houses a variety of mixtures and chemicals."
"And that's where I found... this."
"It's not an especially powerful poison, but it'll still kill you if you drink an entire bottle."
"But the specific properties don't matter. What does matter, is where I found it."
"The shelf is divided up to three sections: A, B, and C."
"In section A, dietary supplements. In B, reagents, and in C, a variety of lethal chemicals."
"Well, that's the question, isn't it?"
"Strange, isn't it? Why would there be a bottle of poison mixed in with all those nutritional additives?"
"Because the culprit switched it out, that's why."
"I mean, this."
"Ugh, that tastes awful."
"The flavor certainly makes me want to spit it out. What's so high-quality about this stuff?"
"I'm talking about the protein, of course."
"Ah, sure. Do whatever you'd like."
"Correct. That wasn't poison in the bottle, but harmless protein powder."
"Which makes one wonder..."
"The poison that should've been in that bottle, where did it go?"
"Absolutely, the contents of each container were switched."
"So the protein was in the bottle of poison, and the poison was in the protein can."
"Once you accept that, it becomes obvious how the culprit was able to get Sakura to drink the poison."
"All they had to do was hand her something there at the scene, and she was happy to drink the poison herself."
"A protein drink which actually contained a deadly poison."
"That's all it took to kill Sakura. That is the true cause of death."
"But what was offered to her instead, was a bottle full of poison."
"And I already know exactly who swapped the mixtures."
"Evidence revealing who replaced the two materials was left in the chem lab for anyone to see."
"I visited the chem lab this morning, and there were definitely no footprints there at that point."
"They must've appeared around the time of the murder, which leaves no doubt they're connected."
"What's more, the footprints were in front of Section A, where I found the bottle meant for the poison."
The culprit must've gone to Section A to swap the poison and protein, leaving their footprints behind."
"And given how clear the prints were, figuring out who they belonged to will pose no problem."
"All we have to do is check everyone's footprints right now, then we'll see who-"
"Just as I suspected."
"The footprints were made by a pair of sneakers, there was no mistaking it."
"And the only people here who wear sneakers are..."
"These footprints must be..."
"Makoto, are they yours?"
"Okay, then show me your shoe and let me confirm the size of your feet."
"If the footprints didn't belong to Makoto, that left only one other possibility."
"Plus, Hina's been acting strange ever since the trial began."
"You were in an awful rush to get to the vote, weren't you?"
"This whole time, you've been focused on pinning the crime on someone else, haven't you?"
"What about it can't you believe?"
"That's likely exactly why it turned out this way."
"Because they were so close, Sakura didn't think twice about it when Hina handed her the concoction."
"Hina used that trust to kill her."
"She deceived the victim, and she tried to deceive all of us."
"I have to say Hina, coming from you, this was a particularly nasty little scheme."
"'Now's my chance to kill her.' That's what you thought, right?"
"That's when you switched out the protein powder, and that's when you gave her the poison mixture."
"You're not about to claim she wouldn't kill a close friend, are you?"
"You still don't get it, do you? The we're playing here isn't so kind."
"Honeyed words like 'friendship' don't matter here. What matters is outwitting the opponent, defeating them."
"Not a person alive would sacrifice themselves for another. In the end, we're all in it for ourselves."
"Just like how this girl sacrificed Sakura to save herself."
"(sigh), how many times to you plan to repeat yourself?"
"Surely you're not- do you honestly think Hina didn't actually kill her?"
"Impossible, she switched out the mixtures, she's the culprit. There's no way you can doubt this."
"What doesn't fit?"
"Waste your time if you'd like, it's clear that Hina is the culprit."
"There's nobody else to suspect. Nobody else could have possibly done it."
"It's the same thing no matter how many times you hear it. How long until you're satisfied?"
"Honestly, that's enough. How much longer must we tolerate this?"
"What the? Hina, what's the meaning of this?"
"What the hell? What's going on here?!"
"New evidence? Impossible, there can't be!"
"Just say it already! What is it you think you've found?"
"B-but, what is it?"
"F-fine. I-if you really do know, explain the meaning of that shard of glass!"
"Wait, hold on! You're moving too fast!"
"I'll grant you, the bottle of poison may well have been in the rec room when it was locked."
"But how can you say the protein can was put there after the room was unlocked?"
"We already know she was given the protein can with the poison inside, right?"
"If that can wasn't there when she died, how did she get poisoned?"
"What are you talking about, is this some kind of loaded question?"
"Well, no, not that I remember."
"Oh come on! How can you say that?"
"How can you know what I don't know?"
"No, no that's impossible!"
"I-it had to be in there the whole time!"
"It had to be! It was in there before the rec room was unlocked!"
"Of course! It came from the window you broke to get in, what about it?"
"I... I see. So that's your explanation."
"Kyoko, earlier when you asked if anyone had moved the can or tripped over it..."
"If that's all true then... why did Sakura drink the poison?"
"I thought we all agreed she was tricked into drinking it because of the protein can."
"You're saying she drank it, knowing what it was?"
"Such a ridiculous fiction is-!"
"Then tell us already!"
"Er, sorry. Please, tell us."
"The killer was... Sakura?"
"So you're saying Hina consciously deceived us to make it look like she killed Sakura?"
"That's what happened?"
"B-but, Makoto, how did you-?"
"How did you manage to-"
"How were you able to uncover the truth, that even I couldn't discern?"
Chapter 5 - 100 Mile Dash; Pain of a Junk Food Junkie
"Well then, let's discuss the specifics of the victim."
"First, we need to clarify who exactly the unidentified victim is."
"There's a limit to how much ridiculousness I can tolerate."
"In that case, I think it would be helpful if someone explained why she actually wears those gloves."
"In fact, Monokuma told me. Apparently you have scars on your hands you don't want anyone to see."
"This entire discussion is idiotic."
"Well Kyoko, any thoughts?"
"Which should've been obvious since she's standing right here."
"That's the first thing I said. You're the one who's been dragging us around in circles."
"No, that's not it. The identity of the victim is hidden within that tattoo."
"To show that they're a member of the team, each soldier that joins the squad..."
"Would get a tattoo representing Fenrir somewhere on their body."
"No, it means we were wrong in thinking that Mukuro was the mastermind at all."
"Maybe we shouldn't have been thinking of her as the Ultimate Despair in the first place."
"After all, looking at her profile I didn't see anything that would fit such a description."
"All it said was that she was the Ultimate Soldier."
"If I remember correctly, that other information came from..."
"Kyoko. That's what you told Makoto, right?"
"So you're saying she wasn't an important character?"
"Which would mean she was the same as us, just another participant."
"But how can we trust that? We already know your information about Mukuro was wrong."
"Fine. Uncovering the identity of the mastermind will have to wait, but remember this..."
"No matter what happens, we will find out who you really are. I state my family name on it."
"What you're saying is that both the victim and culprit is part of the student body?"
"Get a hold of yourself. We've already narrowed down the list of possible suspects."
"I'm sure you've realized who I'm talking about. Right Makoto? Who the evidence points to?"
"Allow me to explain."
"Just after nighttime last night, I went to the garden. So I can confirm..."
"That at that point, there was no dead body there."
"So, the murder must've taken place after I left the garden."
"However, Hiro, Toko, Hina, and I were in the gym the entire time."
"That's right. The four of us was there trying to dismantle Monokuma."
"The whole time we were very careful not to go anywhere alone. We even went to the bathroom in pairs."
"All of which is to say, the four of us all have alibis. The only ones without alibis..."
"Are you thinking of raising an objection?"
"Whatever you want, somebody go ahead and help him out."
"We've established a time frame for the murder."
"It took place somewhere between ten o'clock at night..."
"And nine o'clock in the morning."
"That's more than enough time to commit murder, I should think."
"So Makoto if you have any objections, now would be the time."
"And what makes you say that?"
"In which case, the only one left without an alibi, is Kyoko."
"So are you saying you're not the culprit?"
"Shut up, you!"
"Anyway, Kyoko you actually did have a reason to kill her."
"She thought Mukuro was the Ultimate Despair, in other words the mastermind behind everything."
"So she killed her, to try and put a stop to all of this. Isn't that right Kyoko?"
"But you made one catastrophic mistake. Mukuro wasn't the mastermind at all."
"And as a result, we were forced into another trial. Something I'm sure you weren't at all expecting."
"Interesting. I'm listening."
"But why would they go to all that effort just to keep the body from getting wet?"
"If they had, they would've washed both sides, just washing the one side wouldn't hide anything."
"Perhaps, but even so, there's one thing that still doesn't make sense."
"You said the culprit used the tarp to avoid the water, and then covered the culprit in blood, right?"
"But if that's the case, then the blood should've soaked into the ground around the body."
"But that's not what we saw. Only the victim's clothing had blood on it."
"The ground was completely clean."
"If that's actually what took place, it certainly becomes possible that the murder happened earlier."
"I must admit, Kyoko's reasoning is sound. Makoto's alibi is... inadequate."
"Well then, it looks like we're back to square one."
"Makoto's alibi is no good, so once again our suspects is him, and Kyoko."
"Well don't just stand there, out with it!"
"You don't seem surprised. You must've noticed earlier."
"Then why did you hide that fact?"
"So they wanted us to notice the stab wound, and then detonated the body afterward."
"They meant for us to latch on to the knife as the cause of death, then destroy any evidence proving otherwise."
"If you bother to put that lump of grey matter between your ears to use, you'd know the answer."
"Go ahead, Makoto. Tell her or we won't make any headway on this."
"Anyway, the culprit's motive is becoming more and more obvious by the minute."
"They wanted the knife wound to look like the fatal injury so that we'd suspect Makoto."
"And the only one who would benefit from that..."
"Is the only other possible suspect. You, Kyoko."
"What's the problem?"
"Fine. I have no problem with that, let us continue the debate."
"It won't change the facts of the case regardless."
"Then shall we continue the debate?"
"The victim's fatal injury has yet to be determined, correct?"
"And more than that..."
"The victim had suffered countless wounds across her entire body."
"Okay. Then we're safe at assuming the blow at the back of her head is what killed her."
"We want to figure out what killed her, right? It just so happens we already know."
"Go ahead and tell them Makoto, surely you've deduced the real murder weapon?"
"Indeed. There's no doubt about it."
"The titanium arrow."
"It was in the dojo locker, right?"
"I have no doubt that was the murder weapon."
"Anyway, that explains the murder weapon."
"As for who the culprit is that stashed the weapon in the dojo locker..."
"It was you, Kyoko."
"Oh no, you absolutely have."
"Because we have proof, of course. Don't we Makoto?"
"Hm? What's the matter?"
"Surely you don't intend to protect a murderer."
"You know what will happen if you do, don't you?"
"If you cover for the culprit, there's only one thing that can lead to."
"The death of us all, remember?"
"Then show us. Show everyone the evidence that proves Kyoko went to the dojo."
"Don't bother trying to play dumb."
"That key is just the final piece of the puzzle."
"Your non-existent alibi, your clear motive, your attempt to frame Makoto for the crime..."
"This all proves that you are the true culprit. You can't explain this away, so just give up."
"Not this again... you really are dead set on defending her, aren't you?"
"That's enough. The time for idle chatter is over. A verdict is close at hand."
"I knew you were stubborn, but this is just getting ridiculous."
"I... should know?"
"Those words you just spoke. What do you mean?"
"There's proof that you aren't the culprit."
"Is that what you're saying?"
"I see. So that's what you meant."
"And if I had the key to your room..."
"It... would appear not."
"Well, does no one have a rebuttal?"
"Have you decided to accept her assertion as fact?"
"I see. So you still refuse to accept it."
"I suppose we have to admit that Kyoko didn't put the locker key in her room, that it was someone else."
"But of course I have an alibi. From nighttime on, I was with you guys the entire time."
"I couldn't possibly have killed anyone, or put the key in Kyoko's room."
"There's only one other possibility I can think of."
"Someone could've had the key on them, then once they arrived at the scene, pretended to find it there."
"I don't see any other option."
"You are correct."
"You're giving up, just like that? You admit to killing-"
"Makoto, why are you staring off into space? Don't you have a rebuttal for Kyoko's claim?"
Chapter 6 - Ultimate Pain, Ultimate Suffering, Ultimate Despair, Ultimate Execution, Ultimate Death
"What a coincidence. I too have evidence to present."
"Evidence that proves everyone other than me has been working together."
"As long as we're talking about it, I suppose I should show you my photo as well."
"It's just like Makoto said. Everyone appears in the photo, wearing the same school uniform."
"Well, we don't have any way to refute it, so we have no choice but to accept it as reality."
"To be honest, I have something else on my mind right now."
"You said the DVD contains recordings of us being interviewed by the headmaster, right?"
"What were the interviews about?"
"And? How did we answer?"
"Indeed. We only have one path in front of us."
"What matters is figuring out what memories you took from us. That's what you're trying to say, right?"
"The interview with the headmaster, taking that group photo, that can't be the only memories we lost."
"There must've been a purpose to it all. A reason for taking away our memories."
"Okay. So you want us to figure out who killed her before we do anything else?"
"What makes you so sure?"
"There can't be any doubt."
"In which case, there also can be no doubt that the mastermind... is one of us."
"Recall what Makoto told us Monokuma said to him earlier."
"So if the mastermind is in the school, we have to assume that it can only be that 16th student."
"That's a good point."
"Rather than wasting time bickering, we should put our minds to work solving this mystery."
"So then. What about the little matter of what happened last night?"
"Makoto, you said you were attacked in your room by a masked assailant."
"If Mukuro had already been dead for several days, certainly it couldn't have been her."
"So who was it that attacked you?"
"Hiro, Toko, Hina, and I all have solid alibis for that entire night."
"You're not going to tell us she was already dead before we arrived here or something, are you?"
"Then somehow she was killed in secret without any of us knowing."
"Then you're also saying the body was moved from the bio lab from the garden."
"Makoto's nitpicky nature seems to have surfaced with perfect timing."
"In other words, if the blue light is on, that means there's a body in that slot."
"Sounds like you're already convinced. Then can you tell us who was killed twice?"
"And that's why the body had to be stored in the bio lab until the moment we found it in the garden."
"And Mukuro died from a number of wounds across her body."
"When you compare that to the stab wounds Junko suffered..."
"So let me see if I have this straight."
"Junko, or someone going by that name, was stabbed to death with multiple spears."
"Then her body was kept in the bio lab for however long, before being dragged out again."
"Only this time, it was presented as the corpse of one Mukuro Ikusaba."
"It means that there haven't been ten victims, but nine."
"Which also means that among the people we thought were dead, one is still alive."
"Are you sure about that?"
"I admit, since Mukuro is undoubtedly dead, Junko does seem to be the only other explanation."
"But we saw her get impaled, she died right before our very eyes."
"If Junko were still alive, the death we saw would had to have been some kind of charade."
"But you yourself confirmed she was dead, did you not?"
"That's all well and good, but how do you intend to solve the problem standing in your way?"
"Junko, absolutely died. Mukuro, absolutely died."
"Then that would make it Mukuro's corpse that showed up later."
"When we first met, none of us knew who anyone else was."
"So Mukuro could have simply told us her name is Junko..."
"And we never would've known the difference."
"That would easily allow the two of them to switch places from the very beginning."
"If that's true, it was quite an elaborate plan to be sure. Making it look like Mukuro is Junko..."
"Then why haven't you been saying anything?"
"So she killed Mukuro, who had taken her place, making it look like she died. And the real Junko..."
"Is still alive."
"What? Are you broken again?"
"That explains why didn't quite seem the same, because she was a different person all along."
"I knew you couldn't be just some ordinary person. You're some kind of... abnormality."
"No. I don't think there's anything perfect about anything you just said."
"What did you just say? What do you mean by that?"
"So? how long do you plan on dragging this out?"
"But what's the point? What's meaning is there on asking those questions now?"
"How much longer is this stupid speech of yours?"
"Weren't we discussing our missing memories? Why are you trying to change the subject?"
"What are you talking about?"
"Which means, if we did have our memories, then we wouldn't want to leave. Do I understand that right?"
"What- what am I looking at?"
"What's the meaning of the footage we saw?"
"Is this another one of your practical jokes?"
"Toko. You're the only one we can rely on."
"I'm going to ask you a question. And I want to have it answered immediately."
"Do you know anything about this video?"
"More importantly, if you really do remember, what is it?"
"Just answer the question! What happened out there?"
"Why is that phrase coming up now?"
"Explain yourself! Tell us everything you know!"
"We already did and she didn't know anything! That's why we're asking you!"
"Oh come on, now you're just being ridiculous!"
"What? What did you say?"
"What? What the hell are you talking about?"
"S-stop with these idiotic jokes!"
"They- they couldn't possibly be gone! The Togami family is destined to guide the world!"
"This is all just... surreal."
"And the reason for that... is the two years of missing memories?"
"Do you mean to say... you'll execute one of us?"
"What's the matter?"
"You're not actually trying to encourage me, are you?"
"It never even crossed my mind that I might give in to despair."
"But don't misunderstand me. I couldn't care in the slightest what happens to you."
"I just have to keep my word. I swore I would end the life of the mastermind."
"Besides, the Togami family isn't dead. Because I'm still alive."
"So until I can restore the Togami family and bring it greater glory than its ever known."
"I already said I would claim the mastermind's life, by whatever means necessary."
"It looks like we've reached the end. I think it may be time to vote."
"Name's Byakuya Togami."
"Don't make me repeat myself."
"It's all clear now."
"What are you thinking?"
"Just give up."
"In other words..."
"So, in other words..."
"It's certainly possible."
"So that's it."
"W-what did you say?"
"This can't be!"
"It can't be!"
"W-what did you say!?"
"I don't have time to play with you."
"In the name of my family."
"What do you want?"
"I'm fishing, what does it look like I'm doing?"
"I'm trying to read, so if you could be quiet."
"Who asked you to do that?"
"(sigh), can't I get a second's peace and quiet around here?"
"What the hell am I looking at?"
"Geez, you're like a stubborn little cockroach, you know that?"
"What the hell?"
"You know how much I hate being annoyed. But if something does come up, you may as well let me know."
"I can't guarantee I'll actually bother listening, but, you know."