I feel like there should be so much more story to yansim that I know it won’t have when/if it’s finished.
There should be a story for every character, every club.
The gardening club takes in lost animals, gives them a home until they either are able to live out in the wild again or one of the members can keep them as a pet. As the atmosphere grows darker the more on edge the club feels. Sometimes they forget to water the plants, now the tomatoes are rotting. One of the members had a breakdown in the middle of a club activity. Animals stopped coming around, and what once was a peaceful gardening club has crumbled to a bunch of scared individuals, most of them not even going to the club due to the fear of being out in the open, perfect for a killer to strike.
The martial arts club, good fighters that have even competed against other schools. They are regarded as the strongest students in the school, until one day one of the weaker members is found crying in the bathroom. Unwilling to start the club activity without all the members, Budo comforts the kid. For some reason that member didn’t come back to school the next few days, and you learn when they do return that they personally knew one of your rivals.
Possibly the most upbeat of all, the music club. They play loud enough for people outside the school to hear and they’re always ready to shout, make noise, make friends and most importantly, have fun. The first murder is reported, Osana Najimi. The school feels as if a heavy weight is pushing on each student. Despite that the music club proudly continues on, in an attempt to cheer everyone up. The noise level lesseens week by week. And on the 10th week the school is finally silent.
The photography club, they were everywhere. It’s guaranteed embarrassing moments of all kind will be used in the yearbook. “So be careful, you’ll never know when a member is near by.” That joking statement had never been more true. It was all over the news, school paper, live broadcasting to all of Japan. Missing girls about 15-16 years old all from Akademi High School. The headmaster wasn’t going to do anything, so somebody had to. “Security” guarding the doors, suspicious students accompanied by multiple photography club members, if the school board wasn’t going to take the cases seriously, then the photography club would.
Cooking club was small compared to the other clubs. They were very tight knit and only accepted new members if A) they were friends with someone who was already a member, or B) their cooking and ability to gossip was so damn good. To even bring up the idea of gossip stopping just because some substitute who was at their school died. Probably the most put together, the cooking club never stopped talking about who died and how and why, but they no longer had the appetite to call themselves the “cooking club.”
The occult club. You couldn’t’ve asked for a bigger group of outcasts. Obsessed with summoning demons in school, what was wrong with them? Those were the comments made about this infamous club before they disbanded. Their leader was found dead, buried behind the school. Most students assumed it was the club members themselves that had killed her, all were found innocent but they had to disband, as nobody believed they could ever be as good a leader as Oka Ruto.
The science club are the most feared, surpassing the Occult club in a recent school wide poll. One of the students even made a robot that was supposed to help clean up the classroom for teachers, but it ended up burning a hole through classes 2-A’s floor and 1-A’s ceiling. When the atmosphere starts to get worse and reports about missing and/or dead students from their school start popping up, the science club begins to have a bit of a God complex. Robots for everything, the robots run the school. Checking before you walk into school, into class, into your club room, it doesn’t matter who you are. If the robots find something against school rules, they’ll eliminate you right there. After the first casualty less people come to school. Soon enough the only people who go back are the Science Club themselves.
The Gaming Club. As if you didn’t think they’d be ready for something like this. Midori has played all the main Danganronpa games, Pippi (though she prefers rhythm games,) has played almost every season of the Walking Dead game, Ryuto has played Ace Attorney, Mai has played enough strange dating sims, they’re preferred.
The Drama Club was used to playing pretend. Being shocked when they found a “dead body,” crying when their loved one’s “lifeless corpse” was splayed out in front of them, but it was nothing compared to when it really happened. Kizana, for once, stopped speaking. Her voice was loud enough and she didn’t want to bring attention to herself, so she became selectively mute as soon as she’d heard Osana was found dead and buried in the gardening club. She began avoiding school for a week, just to come back the next to get news that Amai had been reported missing. She stayed close to someone she thought would protect her if she were next, Senpai. Things were all good until Thursday, Kizana promised herself to break her “no talking” rule and to confess to Senpai that he had made her feel safe and calm and that she was grateful. Come Friday she slid a letter in his locker telling him to meet her at the cherry blossom tree after school. She walked into her club room, and sighed. She had just been ridiculous this whole time! How should she possibly think she was–
And sharp pain overcomes her back and she falls dead, screaming for somebody to help her. Ayano takes the blood from the knife and wipes it on her art club apron. “It was a dramatic scene.” She tells those who seemed worried about the screams from the Drama room.