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All good things is the twenty-first episode of Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak High School and the eleventh episode of Future Arc, which serves as the final chapter of the Hope's Peak Series.

The episode was originally broadcasted in Japan on September 19th, 2016, and was simulcast with English subtitles by Funimation the same day.

Summary

More truths are exposed as Makoto and the group take one step closer to ending the game once and for all!

Gallery

For episode screencaps, see: Danganronpa 3 - Future Arc - Episode 11/Image Gallery

Plot

During a flashback to several years earlier, the survivors of the very first Killing School Life emerge from the previously sealed up Hope's Peak Academy. At a Future Foundation office, several members watch the video feed of the incident with pleasure and invigoration, including Kyosuke Munakata, Great Gozu, Chisa Yukizome and Kazuo Tengan.

Back in the present, Makoto, Aoi Asahina, Ryota Mitarai and Kyosuke all discuss the findings of the late Kyoko's handbook. It proposes that the four murders that occurred during the time limits -- Chisa Yukizome's, Great Gozu's, Seiko Kimura's and Ruruka Andoh's -- contrary to what Monokuma's words have led them to believe, none of these murders were the actions of a single "attacker"; all of them committed suicide by stabbing themselves. The people who killed themselves were those closest to one of the Monokuma monitors.

Makoto decides to test the theory by having himself heavily tied up right in front of a monitor while the other three hide themselves in a room as the timeout comes. Makoto wakes up prematurely, and is forced to watch the despair inducing Suicide Video on the nearest monitor; this causes him to hallucinate about all of the people who died during the Killing School Life and he is filled up with guilt and agony. A knife is launched out of the monitor, and Makoto uses this to cut off his binds and prepares to plunge the knife into his chest. However, he is abruptly stopped and returned to his senses thanks to an attack by Juzo Sakakura, who survived Kyosuke's earlier attack and amputated his left arm to render him immune to the anesthetic the bracelet would cause, as he was eager to confront the mastermind.

Juzo explains that he betrayed Kyosuke out of cowardice by caving in to the ransom of Junko Enoshima and not reporting her involvement to Kyosuke. He admits that the reason he despised Makoto was because he was angry that Makoto killed Junko and not him as he held a bitter grudge against her. Juzo then walks away as Makoto returns to the room. There, they go over the revelation about the suicides as Kyosuke reveals that he is almost certain that Kazuo Tengan is responsible for the killing game. Just as this happens, the lights in the building come off and the bracelets begin to detach from everyone; this is because the dying Juzo ran to the power room and began shutting off all of the power, including the monitors. Juzo does this as he states that despite what happened between them, he still wants Kyosuke to survive.. With Makoto's prodding, Kyosuke races back to the power room, eager to share some final words with Juzo, but he is already dead by the time he arrives.

Back in the room, Makoto asks Ryota if he knows anything about the brainwashing technique used in the videos, as he is the Ultimate Animator. Ryota lashes out that it was not his fault; while Makoto attempts to explain that he was not suspecting him, Ryota explains that Junko was the one who used his techniques for despair. His explanation is cut short as Ryota discovers a text message from Kazuo on his phone.

Cast

Major

Monokuma (モノクマ)
Monokuma DR3 VA ID
日本語 TARAKO
English Greg Ayres[1]
Deutsch Santiago Ziesmer[2]
Makoto Naegi (苗木 誠) Kyoko Kirigiri (霧切 響子)
Makoto Naegi DR3 VA ID
日本語 Megumi Ogata
English Bryce Papenbrook[1]
Deutsch Philip Süß[2]
Kyoko Kirigiri DR3 VA ID
日本語 Yōko Hikasa
English Caitlin Glass[1]
Deutsch Johanna Dost[2]
Aoi Asahina (朝日奈 葵) Sayaka Maizono (舞園 さやか)
Aoi Asahina DR3 VA ID
日本語 Chiwa Saitō
English Felecia Angelle[1]
Deutsch Sarah Alles[2]
Sayaka Maizono VA ID
日本語 Makiko Ōmoto
English UNKNOWN
Deutsch Jennifer Weiß[2]
Juzo Sakakura (逆蔵 十三) Kyosuke Munakata (宗方 京助)
Juzo Sakakura DR3 VA ID
日本語 Junichi Suwabe
English Ian Sinclair[1]
Deutsch Kevin Kraus[2]
Kyosuke Munakata DR3 VA ID
日本語 Toshiyuki Morikawa
English Ricco Fajardo[1]
Deutsch Florian Clyde[2]
Ryota Mitarai (御手洗 亮太)
Ryota Mitarai DR3 VA ID
日本語 Kanata Hongō
English Justin Briner[1]
Deutsch Rahul Chakraborty[2]

Minor


Crew

Japanese

Original Scenario & Scenario Supervisior Kazutaka Kodaka Original Character Design Rui Komatsuzaki
Series Producer Yoshinori Terasawa Script Morise Akira
Production Kanemori Masaru Storyboard Takuya Miyahara
Ryōko Nakano
Animation Directors Yuri Moriyama, Hiromi Higuchi, Tomohito Narikawa, Takaya Kashikura, Yuko Fujii, Soichi Honda, Yuichi Ushino, Junpei Matsumoto, Yumehito Yamaguchi General Director Ichikawa Miho
Ryōko Amisaki
Chief Director Seiji Kishi Director Daisei Fukuoka
Assistant Director Kinome Yū Series Composition Norimitsu Kaihō
Character Design Ryoko Amisaki Prop Design Hirose Tomohito
Kiyōta Washikita
CG FS Chic Background Draft Danganronpa Pastaff
Art Setting Tsukasa Ohira Art Director Suzuki Tomonari
Color Design Daio Yoshio Photograph Designer Ryuji Hirakawa
Editor Maki Sakamoto Acoustic Director Satoki Iida
Music Masafumi Takada Music Producers Jun Nishimura
Shinji Kawaguchi
Chief Producer Yoichiro Furusawa Animation Producer Yūji Higa
Producers Masayo Kumada, Koji Ueda, Shigenori Yamazaki, Takefumi Okamura, Yuji Higa, Yusuke Nakazaki, Moriyuki Andoh, ​​Takeaki Nakamura, Yosuke Wada

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 DEAD OR LIE Performer TRUSTRICK Composer Keisuke Kurose (UROBOROS)
Ending Recall THE END Performer TRUSTRICK

Trivia

  • The despair video that Monokuma made Makoto watch was titled "Monokuma's Gloomy Sunday". This is most likely a reference to the song "Gloomy Sunday", also known as the "Hungarian Suicide Song".

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Funimation: Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope’s Peak High School Broadcast Dub Cast Announcement (July 28, 2016)
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 synchronkartei: Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak Academy - Future Arc

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ANIME EPISODES
Danganronpa:
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Episode 01Episode 02Episode 03Episode 04Episode 05Episode 06Episode 07Episode 08Episode 09Episode 10Episode 11Episode 12Episode 13
Danganronpa 3:
The End Of
Hope's Peak
High School
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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