subdirectory_arrow_right Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc (Game)
During a Q&A with Kotaku in 2015, it was noted that both Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc and Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair had a female character that appeared to have been designed to be the player/main character's favorite, the former game having Kyoko Kirigiri and the latter game having Chiaki Nanami. When asked if this was intentional, series creator Kazutaka Kodaka stated:

"For number one, I didn't really specifically think of any female characters as the heroine. In regards to Kyoko Kirigiri specifically, it was just the idea that she was a detective and she had a good thought process that drove her to be perceived in that role for the player. On the other hand, wanting to specifically create a heroine is what drove Chiaki's creation."
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Attachment Many of the attacks Monokuma uses on Monomi throughout the game are references to many famous attacks/characters from classic Shonen Jump manga.

• In Chapter 2, Monokuma uses the "Pegasus Meteor Fist" technique from Saint Seiya.
• In Chapter 3, Monokuma's punch references Rohan Kishibe's stand, "Heaven's Door" from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.
• In Chapter 4, Monokuma uses the "Nine Headed Dragon Flash" technique from Rurouni Kenshin.
• In Chapter 5, Monokuma uses rapid punches and shouts "ORA ORA ORA" referencing JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.

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