In "Junko V. Spyro", she's perfectly willing to antagonize Spyro right up until she'll fight her, then spends the entire episode trying to avoid the conflict she willfully spawned. She almost never cleans her room unless Spyro forces her to. Due to her constantly-shifting personalities, Junko's appearance shifts slightly with her mood. She believed that she and him were destined for each other and a perfect match for spreading despair together, occasionally acting like an overly enthusiastic fan and flirting with him in a joking manner, though he is completely unresponsive and uninterested to this. Her voice changes several times throughout the final school trial in order to represent her changing personalities. The children started to call themselves the Warriors of Hope unaware that Junko just used them to be evil just for the fun of it. She worked behind the scenes and controlled Monokuma in order to cause anxiety and paranoia between the students to make them kill each other.

", "Puhuhu... Puhuhuhu! The act of living brings me no hope at all! Furthermore, Junko decided to use the children to cause more despair and taught them that all the adults are Demons who need to be killed. Having succeeded in erasing her own memories with Yasuke's memory-erasing technology, she assumed the fake identity of Ryōko Otonashi and hid from suspicion, as she only had false information in a notebook and the continual deception by both Yasuke and Mukuro (who pretended to be Junko) to go off on. Junko advised Ryota to return to his class. Will you serve under us? ", "But it's not enough. Made a room filled with upstanding students go on a killing rampage against each other. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Virus, Ultimate Despair Junko was originally going to die in "To Junko Mountain" and "Day of Judgement" but on both occasions $py64 backed out. As one of the students that she brainwashed, Junko only thinks of Nagito as a tool, much like the other Ultimate Despairs, and does not care for him at all. The death of Chiaki forced the Class 77-B into despair and Junko's plan was now complete. She switched between "moods" regularly, often imitating other students' expressions, which made for highly unsettling conversation to the survivors. In (chronologically) earlier installments of the series, such as Danganronpa Zero and Monaca Towa's flashbacks in Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls, Junko is seen in the third variation of her Hope's Peak Academy outfit. Uncool! Junko remained calm during these events and was amused by how much Nagito believed in hope. I don't know, but... ...this is what I'm telling myself: This is yet another... ...fateful encounter!" Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. The term gyaru refers to a Japanese street fashion subculture. She also began to broadcast everything as a TV program for the public to enjoy and fall into despair. A door opened and Chiaki was forced into a harrowing gauntlet full of dangerous traps. Control Over the Neo World Program Junko appeared in the afterlife, talking with Chisa while watching the events of the Final Killing Game. As she puts it, she regretted the moment of her own birth, feeling that her birth into the world was a mistake.Due to her analytical skills allowing her to predict the outcome of events, she became bored with the world. Her most notable accessory is her signature twin bear hair clips that are based on Monokuma's two sides. How many fun classes? Despair is hope's polar opposite. She used security footage to frame Izuru as the sole murderer and revealed that the Reserve Course had been implemented to acquire the money for human experimentation. Bored with the mundanity of the society she knows inside out, she decides to experience something completely new by plunging the world into inescapable despair, causing the The Worst, Most Despair Inducing Incident in the History of Mankind as the leader of Ultimate Despair, being the true mastermind behind Monokuma and the events of the series.

Despite their closeness, even Junko didn't seem to know that she was only faking her disability. ", "The Masses hold Hope's Peak High as their symbol of hope, so showing the world your acts of mutual killing... was the climax of the plan to fill mankind with despair! Family Chiaki eagerly moved toward them, only to be impaled by a spear as the illusion broke. (Serious Personality), "I just love despair!"

After the class trial, Kyoko told Makoto that she had found a hidden room containing secret documents about Hope's Peak Academy, accessed through the supply closet of the second-floor men's restroom. She manipulated people into falling madly in love with her and used their weaknesses, their despair, against them. All of the students then believed that Junko had died, not knowing that the Junko they knew was an impostor, because at the time the students were uninformed to the fact that there were actually sixteen students.

Junko sent a mass e-mail to all of the Reserve Course students, exposing the Student Council massacre and Izuru's existence. She is very popular among people and students in Hope's Peak Academy; even the Steering Committee guaranteed her talent. Sometime after the entrance ceremony, Junko kidnapped one of the Hope's Peak Academy trustees and tortured him (presumably to death) by scooping his eye out with a spoon covered with curry. Because of that, she took an interest in despair, which she believes is unpredictable and exciting, at a very young age. One reason for her popularity was the fact that she was using that as a cover. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Junko interrupted the conversation between Izuru and Chiaki, who had been desperately asking about his previous identity as Hajime Hinata. If I planned everything out and knew just what was gonna happen, that'd be sooo boooring! Truthfully, she had done this to get Yasuke out of his house, upset that his mother's condition had led him to become more withdrawn than usual.

She promised to always be there for him, which helped develop his stronger feelings towards her. Destructive Ability: City Block Level (Defeated Juzo Sakakura, The Ultimate Boxer, off-screen) | At least Large Island level within the Neo World Program (Has nigh-absolute control of the program and everything within it, which includes a relatively large island, multiple distant islands, and outer space), Speed: Superhuman+ (Is comparable to Yasuhiro Hagakure), potentially Supersonic (Should be comparable, if not superior to Juzo Sakakura, having defeated him in combat. In Chapter 0 of Danganronpa 2, Izuru acknowledges that Junko used him in the past and seems to desire for revenge, as he wants to use her as she used him. Special Abilities: Superhuman Pysical Characteristics, Empathic Manipulation off the charts via Brainwashing (Can cause a crowd of people to kill each other of their own free will, and can cause a person to fall into ultimate despair), Memory Maniulation (Can erase memories of periods of up to at least 2-3 years), Has control of almost everything inside the Neo World Program (with the only exception being the "Graduation" program, needing subects to do it for her), Slight Toon Force (Survived most of her execution with no visible wounds before being squashed to death, and even then, her body still remained intact), Highly efficient in controlling Monokuma (When she's in control Monokumas can fight on par with people like Sakura and Akane and move faster than the natural eye) (Can possibly control even more Monokumas (or Monobeasts) at once as seen in Danganronpa IF and Danganronpa 2.