can you tell that i like natsumi

PLEASE

OKAY SO WHAT IF, WHILE NATSUMI ASSFACE IS WITH HAJIME, FUYUHIKO SEEKS OUT HIS SISTER, AND HAJIME AND FUYUHIKO JUST KIND OF LOOK AT EACH OTHER AND KUZU IS LIKE “YOU BETTER KEEP YOUR HANDS TO YOURSELF” BUT YOU CAN TELL HE ISNT REALLY MAD AND HAJIME JUST WINCES A LITTLE BIT AND KUZU IS LIKE OHNO WHAT DID I DO AND NATSUMI IS JUST LIKE •u• AND FROM THEN ON SHE MAKES SURE THEY MEET A LOT MORE OFTEN

Movie Night Event: In the Dark

Natsumi found Mei cautiously sneaking around the house. She would carefully look around the corner if she went into another room or a hallway. If she was looking underneath something, she’d poke at it.


“What are you doing?” Natsumi asked, which caused Mei to jump a foot off the floor.

“Dammit, don’t do that!” Mei hissed.

“Did I scare you?” Natsumi asked teasingly.

“Of course not! I don’t get scared easily!”

“You can tell me if you’re a little scared from that movie. I mean, heh, something like that could happen in real life…despite what Kazuki thinks.” Natsumi gulped. “H-hey, you don’t think that noise we heard was a…you know?”

“N-Nah,” Mei stuttered. “It was definitely Miki-Chan…”

Rustling could be heard behind the girls. Both jumped.

“It’s the cat,” Natsumi mumbled. “It’s the cat.” The two slowly turned around. A blanket was moving back-and-forth. Strange moaning could be heard underneath.

Once Mei was in arm’s reach, she extended her hand out to touch the rustling blanket. Before she could touch it, the blanket was tossed into the air, and a shadowy figure was revealed. The only thing that could be seen were small, glowing green eyes. Mei and Natsumi clung onto one another and screamed.

I feel like almost 80% of the complaints people have with Danganronpa 3 Despair can be remedied if people actually played Danganronpa 2 and thought for a moment.

Like ‘Chiaki is way too important’ is a common complaint… but SHE’S ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT CHARACTERS IN THE SERIES. She is literally Hajime’s hope. She is the reason DR2 ended the way it did. Without her, I’m going to guess that Kirigiri, Togami, and Naegi will be trapped in the Neo World Program, and the DR2 cast would be controlled by Junko. Even before that in DR2, she is the reason the 77-B class become friends. Sure, Chisa forced them to come to class together, but it’s Chiaki and her games who brings them together as friends.

And like the whole brainwashing thing… did you actually read half of the final chapter of DR2? The fact that they were brainwashed was explicitly stated numerous times over the course of the investigation and case. Sure, it was a little lazy, but at the same time it seems like the only way Class 77-B would become Ultimate Despair. The only time it is said that Junko manipulated them one-by-one came from Monokuma - aka Junko herself - and almost every line he says in the series is either a lie, or a fraction of a truth.

And the lack of 77-B? Junko directly tells them, the three DR1 characters, and the player that they aren’t important and never really have been. In DR3, she basically just used them as guinea pigs to test her video, and after that… they were useless to her.

The only thing you can really complain about is the lack of DR0 stuff… but DR0 was already a manga and I feel like they didn’t want to re-tread old ground. Even Twilight Syndrome got like half an episode, and the whole point of that was really to introduce Natsumi Kuzuryu and say “hey, she taught Hajime some important stuff because they were in the same class”. Speaking of DR0…

People complaining about continuity errors. Like that they kept saying it was Izuru who was behind the Tragedy of Hope’s Peak (aka School Council murders) but in reality it was Junko. In DR3, it’s shown that she pins the whole thing on Izuru by sending the end of the game ((where Izuru indirectly kills the one guy by pushing him over)) to the reserve course students.

So like… before you want to complain about things like continuity errors or contradictions in previously-established < canon > materials, maybe go back and fact check yourself first. Or think about what we’ve learned.