Who is Junko Enoshima?
Junko Enoshima is a pupil in Hope’s Peak Academy’s Class 78th, and a participant of the Killing School Life included in Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc. Her title is the Ultimate Fashionista lit. ( Super High School Level Gyaru).
The appearance of Junko Enoshima
At The end of the Killing School Life in Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, Junko Enoshima shows up to be a young high school-aged teen, however, due to her causing her schoolmate’s amnesia she is 2 years older than they all believed her and themselves to be. She has a tall, significant shapely number, light blue eyes, and long, thick, blonde strawberry-blonde hair connected in two twin pigtails. Due to her phony ability, she wears heavy makeup together with fake lengthy red nails.
Junko Enoshima’s eyes are much more round and also bigger and are blue with her get-in touches with or normally red contrasted to Mukuro’s light purple eyes. Junko Enoshima also does not have blemishes.
Junko Enoshima’s common attire includes a black cardigan over a white gown tee shirt, with both exposed to the 3rd button to reveal the top of her black-and-red bra, a red pleated miniskirt that is reduced extremely brief, and mid-sized black boots with system heels as well as red shoelaces. Her cardigan is emphasized with white symbols of her Former High School. She accessories with a long connection that hangs freely around her neck with a style alternate in between pure white (Danganronpa 3) and also as half black as well as white with a prohibition join it (Danganronpa 1) that hangs loosely around her neck, a slim black collar, a red bow over her left bust, and 2 buttons on her best side.
Her most remarkable accessory is her signature twin bear hair clips that are based upon Monokuma’s 2 sides. The right clip is a completely white bear with dot eyes and also a neutral expression, while the left is a black bear with a white muzzle, jagged red eyes, as well as a wicked smile. During her time at Hope’s Peak Academy, she rather used a set of hairpins of a cute bunny and a large red and also white bow. This is the attire her sister Mukuro put on when masquerading throughout the Killing School Life.
Due to her constantly-shifting character, Junko Enoshima’s look shifts slightly with her mood. Her “royal” personality wears a little gold and also red crown with dirtied gems, her “intellectual” individuality puts on designs and glasses her hair in a braid, her “clinically depressed” individuality sporting activities a few multicolored mushrooms on top of her head with a blueish temple with no students, her “charming” individuality streamlines her entire appearance to appear more cartoonish, consisting of smoother pigtails, huge, brilliant eyes, as well as a tiny smile, her “superstar” personality resembles Genocide Jack, as her eyes are insane-looking, she has a reddish temple, and also she speaks with her tongue out, along with having messier pigtails as well as doing the hand-horn motion, her “stoicism” personality (potentially) involves her having a serious-like face with her doing a position that covers part of her face, and her Monokuma character entails her having Monokuma before her.
In (chronologically) earlier installments of the collection, such as Danganronpa Zero and also Monaca Towa’s flashbacks in Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls, Junko Enoshima is seen in the 3rd variant of her Hope’s Peak Academy clothing. Junko Enoshima’s nails are still repainted red, but they are much shorter than in her other looks.
The individuality of Junko Enoshima
As a young fashionista, Junko Enoshima is referred to as just “not phony”, excited and charismatic to try new things. During her initial appearances, she comes throughout cranky and also slightly air-headed. In the official artbook, she is called a person who “trickles with dissatisfaction the minute she opens her mouth” and also often tends to be in difficulties with her schoolmates. She is additionally stated to be a little bit as well talkative with an extremely carefree perspective.
Junko Enoshima’s genuine individuality, exposed at the verdict of the Killing School Life, is notably various: passive as well as quickly burnt out to an unhealthy as well as abnormal degree. As a result of this, her behavior and also quirks tended to be unsteady and extremely erratic in her independent layout; maintaining one “appearance” for too lengthy tires her, which creates her to typically switch between different identities. She is qualified of preserving one personality for prolonged periods when needed, such as when she was looking after the pupils through Monokuma. Junko Enoshima’s “moods” consisted of (yet were not limited to) her Monokuma identity, sickening cuteness, severe depression, professional elegance, boisterous unrefinement, eerie stoicism, as well as swaggering prevalence. She switched over between “state of minds” regularly, typically copying other trainees’ expressions, which made for a highly unsettling discussion with the survivors. While going into the Hope’s Peak Academy as one of Class 78’s students, she typically spoke as if telling a story, listing her thoughts in a notebook.
Above all, Junko Enoshima was deeply consumed with despair, having found anguish to be one of the most (and also potentially the only) enjoyable emotions for her, whether it be bringing upon anguish unto others, or dealing with misery completely. This made her incredibly harmful, as she desired to make the whole world feel absolute despair. Nonetheless, this also frequently proved to be her biggest weak point, as she gave her opponents a “fair” possibility to defeat her to make their misery all the higher if they stop working, and happily invited her very own misery if her strategies stopped working.
Both Junko Enoshima herself as well as the game’s designers have validated that she has no reason to do things she does apart from despair itself, which makes her all a lot more dangerous and not able to be reasoned with. It is hinted at in the anime that her analytical talent was what caused her to turn to despair, and that Hope’s Peak was her first target because they see talent as hope, and use that talent for their benefit, which drove Junko Enoshima to take the talent they loved so much and use it for evil, which shows her in a more understandable light. It’s also shown that under her amnesiac state, Junko Enoshima doesn’t show a thirst for despair or particularly solid disgust for boredom, indicating that her constant case of forgetfulness had spared her from embracing despair once again. Nevertheless, the return of her memories changed her to her former ways.
As the mastermind and leader of Ultimate Despair, Junko Enoshima was shown to be highly intelligent, cunning, somewhat impulsive, extremely manipulative, violent, and cruel without remorse. She often manipulated people into doing bad things instead of directly doing them herself and then had a habit of blaming these manipulated people and claiming it wasn’t her fault, as a part of proving her point that despair exists in everyone and that hope will naturally lose to that despair. While she is very skilled, Junko Enoshima can also lie and cheat to further her own goals, even if it’s hypocritical and goes against her beliefs.
Despite that she can be abusive and cruel to some, Junko Enoshima is capable of really feeling love for those she’s close with, nonetheless, because of how much anguish has driven her, she eliminates them anyways to trigger herself to feel huge amounts of despair.
According to Kodaka as well as Junko Enoshima’s voice actress, her character in Despair Arc is an extra natural version of her, closer to her real self and even more neutral, before she began altering her individualities regularly. This seems to indicate that her habits in the first game are an outcome of decreasing mental health as well as deeper penetrating misery, clarifying her even more apathetic and jaded personality. This additionally suggests that also the Tragedy was beginning to bore her, as the seemingly disorderly event went simply as she intended.
Skills and Abilities of Junko Enoshima
– Junko Enoshima’s initial talent and the one she is famous for. She uses her Super High School Level Analytical Prowess talent to her advantage to simulate and make it look like this is her main talent, as she can predict trends.
– Junko Enoshima’s true ability permits her to rapidly examine her surroundings with near superhuman rate, detailed reasoning as well as memorization. This ability additionally allows her to find out as well as recognize new abilities and also talents by simply seeing/studying them as soon as.
– Junko Enoshima can create virtually anybody to fall under misery, and also she enjoys the misery felt by herself and also others. Utilizing her skill as the Super High School Level Analytical Prowess, she could identify everyone’s weaknesses and utilize this information to manipulate and even manipulate individuals around her to do her bidding.
– Ability to feel Talent, Hope, as well as Despair
In (chronologically) earlier installments of the series, such as Danganronpa Zero and Monaca Towa’s flashbacks in Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls, Junko Enoshima is seen in the third variation of her Hope’s Peak Academy outfit. Above all, Junko Enoshima was deeply obsessed with despair, having found despair to be the most (and possibly the only) enjoyable emotion for her, whether it be inflicting despair on others, or suffering from despair wholeheartedly. It is hinted at in the anime that her analytical talent was what caused her to turn to despair, and that Hope’s Peak was her first target because they see talent as hope, and use that talent for their benefit, which drove Junko Enoshima to take the talent they loved so much and use it for evil, which shows her in a more understandable light. It’s also shown that under her amnesiac state, Junko Enoshima doesn’t show a thirst for despair or particularly strong hatred of boredom, implying that her constant case of forgetfulness had spared her from embracing despair again. According to Kodaka and Junko Enoshima’s voice actress, her personality in Despair Arc is a more natural version of her, closer to her true self and more neutral, before she started changing her personality regularly.
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