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|Danganronpa: All At Once|
|Full name||Danganronpa: All At Once|
|Occured in||Jabberwock Island, Towa City, Ultimate Academy, Hope's Peak Academy, HP's overseas location|
|Participants||92 (+ 4 hostages)|
|Victims|| 74 (83 including hosts) so far
|Mastermind||Monaca, Junko, Nagito, Tsumugi, Kazuo, Izuru, Shūji|
|Host||Monokuma, Usami/Monomi, Kurokuma, Shirokuma, Monotaro, Monofunny, Monosuke, Monokid, Monodam|
Danganronpa: All At Once is a fan fiction that mixes all of the killing games of Danganronpa series (Student Council killing game, Killing School Life, Demon Hunting, Killing School Trip, Final Killing Game and Killing School Semester) into one. In order to make that work, some of the events from the backstory have been changed.
88 survivors of the parade of Reserve Course students find themselves on Jabberwock Island where several robotic bears force them to participate in a killing game. There are only two ways out: either kill everyone else or kill all of the masterminds.
- Prologue - A Beginning of All Ends
- Chapter 1 - Hard Decisions, Hard Consequences
- Chapter 2 - Student Council of Hope, Student Council of Despair
- Chapter 3 - A Bear in Sheep's Clothing
- Chapter 4 - Ultimate Academy's Got Talent
- Chapter 5 - Who Killed Robin's Cock?
- Chapter 6 - Goodbye, Killing Game of Despair
Similarities to canon killing games
Student Council killing game
- Participants are forced to kill until there is one survivor left (optional).
- Student Council members are involved.
- Participants are given weapons (although only if their talent is related to weapons or if they complete life-threatening game).
- Once all of the hosts are destroyed, there are no mascots hosting the game.
Killing School Life, Killing School Trip, Killing School Semester
- Students from classes 78th, 77-B and V3 cast are involved.
- A single killer can kill up to 2 victims.
- There is a Class Trial every round. If the blackened is found out, they alone will be executed.
- Participants will be stuck in the place they live in until the game is finished.
- Jabberwock Island, Ultimate Academy for Gifted Juveniles (here only named Ultimate Academy), and Hope's Peak Academy are such places.
- The game can end as soon as the participants kill all of the masterminds.
- Characters from DRAE are involved.
- Participants are blown up for leaving the playfield.
- Warriors of Hope plan to kill the "Demons".
- Monokuma Units kill the adults in Towa City.
- Part of the game takes place on the streets of Towa City.
- Counting the fact that the Ultimate Academy and Hope's Peak Academy are located in Towa City in this story, only the part on Jabberwock Island and Hope's Peak Academy's overseas location don't.
Final Killing Game
- Characters from DR3 Future are involved.
- NG Codes are involved.
- Suicide Videos are involved.
- Participants don't have their memory erased and already know each other.
- There are no motives given to participants every round. Instead, there is only one single motive to kill given - the knowledge that there are masterminds among the group and that their deaths are necessary to end the killing game.
- Hope's Peak Academy's overseas location (used for Future Foundation's headquarters in canon) is one of the locations of the game.
- Jin Kirigiri, Natsumi Kuzuryu and Sato are participants of the killing game.
- As is later revealed, so are Yasuke Matsuda, Ted Chikatilo, Yūto Kamishiro, and Shūji Fujigawa.
- Kurokuma and Shirokuma are hosts of the killing game.
- Each round can feature up to 5 killers.
- This is changed to up to 4 killers as of Chapter 4 and up to 3 killers as of Chapter 5.
- Furthermore, every killer of a round can be executed (if they're still alive), unlike in canon, where only the first culprit would be executed in case there was more than one per chapter.
- Only one person has to accuse the culprit at the Class Trial. If they get the blackened wrong, only the accusing person will be executed instead of everyone else.
- Furthermore, if the blackened isn't revealed, they get to continue participating in the killing game instead of "graduating".
- Additionally, if no one would be eager to accuse anyone, one person forced to accuse someone would be chosen through a majority vote.
- All of the canon games' concepts are mixed. As such, there are also several masterminds.
- There are masterminds' accomplices, who help the masterminds carry out their plans, but did not come up with ideas for the game. They also have a role of hidden participants.
- According to the rules, the game takes place where the hosts are.
- Monokuma Units are on auto mode and because it's hard for them to estimate someone's age precisely, they kill mature-looking teenagers and leave midget adults alone.
- Entire locations are open at the start instead of being explored more with each round. This includes all of the islands on Jabberwock Island, and all of the floors on the Ultimate Academy and Hope's Peak Academy.
- Reserve Course students killed a lot of students and school staff of Hope's Peak. Survivors ran to the Towa Hotel, appartment where the staff of Hope's Peak lived in. However, someone spread a gas that made everyone fall asleep, and the survivors were kidnapped, being brought on Jabberwock Island, a place of Hope's Peak Academy's school trips.
- Great Gozu was the head of Hope's Peak Academy's security, with Juzo Sakakura working as one of the bodyguards.
- Miaya Gekkogahara was a part of Class 77-A.
- V3 cast was Class 79th.
- Kanon Nakajima, Komaru Naegi and Yuta Asahina are Reserve Course students.
- Although not confirmed yet, Koichi Kizakura listing off an IT teacher, PE teacher and Biology teacher among the survivors implies Daisaku Bandai was the Biology teacher, Hiroko Hagakure was the PE teacher and Taichi Fujisaki was IT teacher.
Chapter 1 reveals:
- Taichi Fujisaki was indeed the IT teacher at Hope's Peak.
- Chihiro Fujisaki, Miaya Gekkogahara and Yasuke Matsuda worked together on virtual reality program (Neo World Program). Taichi Fujisaki was their supervisor. The purpose of the program was not revealed yet though.
- Nagito Komaeda was suspended for the bombing incident. Ruruka Ando, Seiko Kimura and Sonosuke Izayoi were suspended for helping Ruruka cheat on her practical exam by using someone else's (Seiko's) talent as well. Although the trio was aware of Nagito's involvement, they remained in conflict with each other due to the suspension that was long enough for them to have to repeat a year, placing them on Class 77-A.
- Natsumi Kuzuryu threatened to kill Sato and Mahiru Koizumi, but was convinced not to do it by her brother and friends from Reserve Course (Hajime, Komaru and Yuta).
- Monokuma Rock isn't shaped after Monokuma (because the game takes place on real Jabberwock Island).
Chapter 2 reveals:
- Neo World Program was meant to be Chihiro Fujisaki, Miaya Gekkogahara and Yasuke Matsuda's practical exam. Its purpose was to help the ones suffering from trauma by erasing their traumatic memories and letting them spend some time on virtual version of Jabberwock Island.
Chapter 3 reveals:
- Warriors of Hope's encounter with Junko Enoshima happened much earlier than in canon, considering Monaca was able to build an army of Monokuma Units before the Reserve Course students' Parade.
- Ultimate Academy (for Gifted Juveniles) is located in Towa City.
Chapter 4 reveals:
- Maki Harukawa, wanting to keep her true talent a secret, never let anyone from Class 79th inside her research lab.
- A certain person leaked a lot of secret information about the dark side of Hope's Peak Academy to ruin it. These include:
- Security guards of Hope's Peak being killed inside it. Only known members who survived were Great Gozu and Juzo Sakakura.
- Human experiments being held on one student from the Reserve Course against his will.
- Loved ones of Class 78th who weren't related to Hope's Peak Academy in any way being kidnapped and killed.
- The bad reputation of Hope's Peak was kept secret from Reserve Course students so they wouldn't change schools. Their families also were so determined to let their children have promising futures despite being unremarkable that they kept it a secret too.
- In order to restore Hope's Peak Academy's good name, the second facility, Ultimate Academy was built. Also to attract new students, the facility had way more attractions than the main building.
- Since no Ultimate-level studdents agreed to attend Hope's Peak after its bad reputation, the school staff scouted gifted students who weren't talented on Ultimate-level instead. Those students were so determined to have promising futures that they agreed to become a part of Class 79th. Thanks to their research labs, their talents quickly became developed on Ultimate-level.
- As a result, it can be noted that everything about the students from Class 79th was real and nothing was fabricated, only their talents were improved.
- Thanks to the quick success of students from Class 79th and no more tragedies occuring, Hope's Peak Academy managed to restore its old good name.
- Maki Harukawa was asked by the Steering Comitee of the Hope's Peak to keep her true talent a secret to avoid controversy because the school already had bad reputation when they scouted her.
Chapter 5 reveals:
- Toko managed to keep her alternate personality a secret, even from her classmates.
Chapter 6 reveals:
- Yūto Kamishiro was the one who spread the sleeping gas back in Towa Hotel. Prior to that, Junko offered him a role of the masterminds' accomplice because of his ability to hide and he agreed, being excited over the idea of her owing him a favor.
- With the success of Class 79th in restoring Hope's Peak's good name, the academy was planning to expand overseas. The plan was however kept in secret, with the only ones knowing about it being the Steering Committee, Kazuo Tengan, Jin Kirigiri, Koichi Kizakura, Kyosuke Munakata and some of the security guards, including Great Gozu and Juzo Sakakura.
- The entire backstory about the killing game's development and start, which can be read here, here and here.
Life status based on the latest update:
Results of the game
|Chapters||Prologue | Chapter 1 | Chapter 2 | Chapter 3 | Chapter 4 | Chapter 5 | Chapter 6|