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The Biggest, Most Atrocious Incident in Hope's Peak High School's History (希望ヶ峰学園史上最大最悪の事件) is the fourteenth episode of Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak High School and the seventh episode of Despair Arc, which serves as a prequel to the Hope's Peak Series.

The episode was originally broadcasted in Japan on August 25th, 2016, and was simulcast with English subtitles by Funimation the same day.

Summary

With Ryota Mitarai as your guide, witness the true power of anime!

Gallery

For episode screencaps, see: Danganronpa 3 - Despair Arc - Episode 07/Image Gallery

Plot

Outside of the hospital at Hope's Peak, Junko asks Ryota Mitarai what his talent is. Ryota said he is the Ultimate Animator. Junko scoffs that his talent isn't that important, and Ryota gets defensive about the importance of anime. Junko asks to see it. At Ryota's, Junko and Mukuro are so moved that they are reduced to a sobbing mess after seeing the test stages of the anime. Junko is intrigued, and Ryota explains the techniques he uses, and equates it to brainwashing; he justifies it by saying it can be used in a beneficial way while Junko sees it as something she can use to her advantage.

In the classroom, Gundham Tanaka is demonstrating his mastery of controlling Grizner, his pet bear. Mahiru Koizumi wonders why a bear is in the class. Hiyoko Saionji sets a flower on Nagito Komaeda's desk, assuming he is dead. Nekomaru Nidai and Akane Owari wonder where he is, since the school can't get in touch with him. It turns out, Nagito was in a plane crash and was stranded on a tropical island. They also note that Mikan Tsumiki and "Ryota" are gone. Teruteru Hanamura and Kazuichi Soda assume something sexual is going on between them, which angers Gundham, so he has Grizner bite them.

In the hall, Ultimate Imposter informs Mikan that Ryota is missing. Mikan goes to the place to check, and finds Mukuro Ikusaba there. Chisa Yukizome meets Juzo Sakakura by the fountain, and Juzo explains that seventeen members of the staff have disappeared. He warns Chisa to be careful, noting his concern for her. Junko has set Ryota up in the office of the missing Steering Committee member. Mukuro brings Mikan to the office, and Junko gets Mikan to watch the anime. She leaves Mikan with Ryota while she and Mukuro go to get Izuru. Junko wants to show Izuru how awesome despair can be. They assemble the Student Council, planning for them to kill each other. The council refuses even after Junko unveils tapes that have their secrets scandals on them, using it as blackmail. Karen Kisaragi, the student council secretary, decides to kill her classmates to rescue her kidnapped mother. Once Karen makes the first kill, the student council members start ruthlessly killing each other.

As the chaos unfolds, Junko makes her way into the control room with Mukuro. Junko talks about how despair can make life more interesting, as she observes the massacre taking place on the security cameras. In the end, only Sōshun Murasame survives the killing game with the remaining assumed survivor getting killed in a confrontation with Izuru. Izuru is shocked when the dying council member gets off a shot that grazes his cheek, realizing that despair is unpredictable and can ease his boredom, as Junko suggested.

Kohichi Kizakura calls Chisa to inform her of the murders, while Jin Kirigiri argues with the Steering Committee over covering the incident up. Kazuo Tengan says it is for the best, so the school can remain open. Kohichi gives Jin a drink to calm him down. Jin asks Kohichi to look after his daughter if anything happens to him.

Junko sends an mass e-mail to all of the Reserve Course students, exposing the Student Council massacre, and of Izuru's existence, which she reveals was created using their parents' hard-earned money. She uses security footage to blame the murders on Izuru, and says the Reserve Course was implemented to get money for human experimentation. This causes the Reserve Course to riot outside while Chisa and her class look down from the windows. Ultimate Imposter reads a note from Mikan, saying she has gone to help Ryota while Chiaki wonders what has happened to Hajime Hinata.

Cast

Major

Chisa Yukizome (雪染 ちさ) Chiaki Nanami (七海 千秋)
Chisa Yukizome Despair VA ID
日本語 Mai Nakahara
English Colleen Clinkenbeard[1]
Deutsch Melinda Rachfahl[2]
Chiaki Nanami Despair VA ID
日本語 Kana Hanazawa
English Christine Marie Cabanos[1]
Deutsch Daniela Molina[2]
Izuru Kamukura (カムクラ イズル) Akane Owari (終里 赤音)
Izuru Kamukura VA ID
日本語 Minami Takayama
English Johnny Yong Bosch[1]
Deutsch Johannes Walenta[2]
Akane Owari Despair VA ID
日本語 Romi Park
English Wendee Lee[1]
Deutsch Flavia Vinzens[2]
Fuyuhiko Kuzuryu (九頭龍 冬彦) Gundham Tanaka (田中 眼蛇夢)
Fuyuhiko Kuzuryu Despair VA ID
日本語 Daisuke Kishio
English Aaron Dismuke[1]
Deutsch Bastian Sierich[2]
Gundham Tanaka Despair VA ID
日本語 Tomokazu Sugita
English Scott Frerichs[1]
Deutsch Bernd Egger[2]
Hiyoko Saionji (西園寺 日寄子) Jin Kirigiri (霧切 仁)
Hiyoko Saionji Despair VA ID
日本語 Suzuko Mimori
English Kira Buckland[1]
Deutsch Nicole Hannak[2]
Jin Kirigiri Despair VA ID
日本語 Rikiya Koyama
English John Michael Tatum[1]
Deutsch Marco Wittorf[2]
Junko Enoshima (江ノ島 盾子) Juzo Sakakura (逆蔵 十三)
Junko Enoshima Despair VA ID
日本語 Megumi Toyoguchi
English Jamie Marchi

[citation needed]
Deutsch Peggy Pollow[3]

Juzo Sakakura Despair VA ID
日本語 Junichi Suwabe
English Ian Sinclair[1]
Deutsch Kevin Kraus[2]
Kazuichi Soda (左右田 和一) Kazuo Tengan (天願 和夫)
Kazuichi Soda Despair VA ID
日本語 Yoshimasa Hosoya
English Kyle Hebert[1]
Deutsch Imme Aldag[2]
Kazuo Tengan Despair VA ID
日本語 Hidekatsu Shibata
English Mark Stoddard[1]
Deutsch Matthias Friedrich[2]
Kohichi Kizakura (黄桜 公一) Mahiru Koizumi (小泉 真昼)
Koichi Kizakura Despair VA ID
日本語 Keiji Fujiwara
English Kaiji Tang[1]
Deutsch Henning Vogt[2]
Mahiru Koizumi Despair VA ID
日本語 Yū Kobayashi
English Carrie Keranen[1]
Deutsch Heide Ihlenfeld[2]
Mikan Tsumiki (罪木 蜜柑) Mukuro Ikusaba (戦刃 むくろ)
Mikan Tsumiki Despair VA ID
日本語 Ai Kayano
English Stephanie Sheh[1]
Deutsch Sarah Madeleine Tusk[2]
Mukuro Ikusaba Despair VA ID
日本語 Megumi Toyoguchi
English Jamie Marchi

[citation needed]
Deutsch Wanda Worch[2]

Nagito Komaeda (狛枝 凪斗) Nekomaru Nidai (弐大 猫丸)
Nagito Komaeda Despair VA ID
日本語 Megumi Ogata
English Bryce Papenbrook[1]
Deutsch Philip Süß[2]
Nekomaru Nidai Despair VA ID
日本語 Hiroki Yasumoto
English Patrick Seitz[1]
Deutsch Roman Kretschmer[2]
Ryota Mitarai (弐大 猫丸) Super High-School Level Imposter (超高校級の「詐欺師)
Ryota Mitarai Despair VA ID
日本語 Kanata Hongō
English Justin Briner[1]
Deutsch Rahul Chakraborty[2]
Ultimate Imposter Despair VA ID
日本語 Kanata Hongō
English Justin Briner[1]
Deutsch Rahul Chakraborty[2]
Sonia Nevermind (ソニア・ネヴァーマインド) Teruteru Hanamura (花村 輝々)
Sonia Nevermind Despair VA ID
日本語 Miho Arakawa
English Natalie Hoover[1]
Deutsch Inken Baxmeier[2]
Teruteru Hanamura Despair VA ID
日本語 Jun Fukuyama
English Todd Haberkorn[1]
Deutsch Rafael Albert[2]
Aiko Umesawa (梅沢 愛子) Asukasei Hino (日野 明日晴)
Aiko Umesawa VA ID
日本語 Kaede Hondo
English Cassandra Lee Morris

[citation needed]
Deutsch UNKNOWN

Asukasei Hino VA ID
日本語 Yūichi Iguchi
English Christian La Monte[4]
Deutsch Leon Stiehl[2]
Daiki Kubo (久保 大器) Karen Kisaragi (如月 かれん)
Daiki Kubo VA ID
日本語 Hajime Osawa
English UNKNOWN
Deutsch UNKNOWN
Karen Kisaragi VA ID
日本語 Honoka Inoue
English Elizabeth Maxwell

[citation needed]
Deutsch UNKNOWN

Kiriko Nishizawa (西澤 桐子) Kotomi Ikuta (生田 ことみ)
Kiriko Nishizawa VA ID
日本語 Suzuko Mimori
English Sarah Wiedenheft

[citation needed]
Deutsch UNKNOWN

Kotomi Ikuta VA ID
日本語 Ai Kayano
English Jeannie Tirado

[citation needed]
Deutsch UNKNOWN

Ryōta Someya (染屋 涼太) Shōji Yokō (横尾 正治)
Ryouta Someya DR3 VA ID
日本語 Eishin Fudemura
English Joel McDonald

[citation needed]
Deutsch UNKNOWN

Shōji Yokō VA ID
日本語 N/A
English N/A
Deutsch N/A
Sōsuke Ichino (市野 庄助) Sōshun Murasame (村雨 早春)
Sosuke Ichino VA ID
日本語 Yoshitaka Yamaya
English Vic Mignogna

[citation needed]
Deutsch UNKNOWN

Soushun Murasame VA ID
日本語 Yūsuke Shirai
English Chris Cason

[citation needed]
Deutsch UNKNOWN

Suzuko Kashiki (柏木 鈴子) Tarō Kurosaki (黒崎 太郎)
Suzuko Kashiki VA ID
日本語 Ami Koshimizu
English Morgan Berry[5]
Deutsch UNKNOWN
Taro Kurosaki VA ID
日本語 Jun Fukuyama
English UNKNOWN
Deutsch UNKNOWN
Tomohiko Gōryoku (豪力 供彦) Tsubasa Kamii (紙衣 つばさ)
Tomohiko Goryoku VA ID
日本語 Shinnosuke Ogami
English Brandon Potter

[citation needed]
Deutsch UNKNOWN

Tsubasa Kamii VA ID
日本語 Miho Arakawa
English Bryn Apprill

[citation needed]
Deutsch Magdalena Steinlein[2]

Minor


Crew

Japanese

English (Funimation)

Script J. Michael Tatum Executive producer Gen Fukunaga
Producer Justin Cook
Michael Harcourt
Assistant producer Samantha Herek
Zach Bolton
Head Writer John Burgmeier Recording engineer Geoff Bisente
Voice Direction Christian La Monte
Christopher Bevins
Subtitling Alyssa Tieman, Ashley Hayward, Ben Phillips, Emily Walker, Hailey Ard, Jacklyn Svatek, Jonathan Castleman, Paul Bisnette, Sara Bachmeyer

German (FilmConfect)

ADR Director Velin Marcone Script Philip Süß
Casting Isabelle Irnich Dubbing TNT Media

Opening & Ending

Opening Kami-iro Awase Performer binaria
Ending Zettai Kibō Birthday Performer Nagito Komaeda
(CV: Megumi Ogata)
Composer Tomokazu Yamada

Trivia

  • Kazutaka Kodaka's favorite scene in this episode is when the Super High-School Level Imposter pinned Mikan on the wall with Kabedon, a famous Japanese term.[6]
  • In the scene when Junko is informing the Reserve Course students about the Izuru Kamukura Project and the Student Council killings, the art style is a reference to Closing Arguments, a mini-game from the game series.

References

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19 Funimation: Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope’s Peak High School Broadcast Dub Cast Announcement (July 28, 2016)
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 2.17 2.18 2.19 2.20 2.21 2.22 synchronkartei: Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak Academy - Despair Arc
  3. anime2you.de: Deutscher Sprechercast von »Danganronpa 3: Despair Arc«
  4. Twitter Icon Christian La Monte: "I played this delightful lunatic! Though I suppose he wasn't always a killer, he was a smart kid once, and kind. ^_^" (Image of tweet) (8 Mar 2017)
  5. Youtube Icon Morgan Berry: Morgan Berry - Visual Demo Reel (9 May 2017)
  6. Tumblr: Danganronpa 3 Booklet profile translations by @jinjojess

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Future Arc Episode 01Episode 02Episode 03Episode 04Episode 05Episode 06Episode 07Episode 08Episode 09Episode 10Episode 11Episode 12
Despair Arc Episode 01Episode 02Episode 03Episode 04Episode 05Episode 06Episode 07Episode 08Episode 09Episode 10Episode 11Hope Arc
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