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Ultimate Despair (Former)
Boy F (In Twilight Syndrome Murder Case)
|Birth date||August 16th (Leo)|
|Height||157 cm (5' 1")|
|Weight||43 kg (95 lbs)|
|Voice Actor||Daisuke Kishio (JP)|
Unnamed Uncle (deceased)
|Game||Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair|
Fuyuhiko Kuzuryu (九頭龍 冬彦 Kuzuryuu Fuyuhiko) is one of the characters featured in Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair.
Fuyuhiko bears the title of the Ultimate Yakuza (超高校級の「極道」chō kōkō kyū no “gokudō”).
Fuyuhiko was also one of the survivors at the end of the game, who managed to escape to the real world.
Fuyuhiko is a small, slim boy known for having a “baby face”. Because of his rather childlike build, Fuyuhiko generally presents an overly aggressive demeanor to assert that he is, in fact, a tough gangster. He has dusty blond crew cut hair, with a distinct pair of curved lines shaved on each side of his head. He also has freckles along the bridge of his nose and a birthmark near his mouth on the left side. His eyes are gold, and he has permanent blush marks on both cheeks.
Befitting his title, Fuyuhiko dresses in traditional yakuza fashion: well-tailored suits. In the game, he wears a two-piece suit consisting of a dark pinstripe jacket and pants over a white dress shirt. His tie is brown-black with an animal skull emblem on it, and he wears black dress shoes with a platform heel. On his left lapel is a pin that is in the shape of the emblem of the Kuzuryu family, and he wears two silver rings on his right hand. Due to an injury he received during Peko Pekoyama's execution, his right eye is no longer usable, so he wears an eye patch over it.
Fuyuhiko is initially incredibly stand-offish and rude to the other students on the island. He claims he's not going to play at being friends with anyone, and when he is questioned about this in Chapter 1, he states clearly that he would not hesitate to kill any one of the others. He makes frequent references to his yakuza background, and seems adamant at presenting this sort of “lone wolf” attitude.
Fuyuhiko does not simply not want to make friends, but considers it not worth his time and beneath him. Despite this, as early as chapter 1, he shows signs of this perhaps not being all true, with him “happening to walk by” the lodge where the other students were having a party, despite claiming that he had no interest in going.
When Fuyuhiko does interact with the others (by choice or otherwise), his attitude is combative and irritable. He's easily angered, often threatening and/or insulting other people when they disagree with or complain about his actions. He frequently uses the word boke (a particularly pejorative way of calling someone an idiot, often translated as dumbass/shithead/retard.), and will punctuate his statements in an argument with it.
Fuyuhiko is particularly sensitive about his appearance, and it is suggested that it would not be out of the question for him to react violently if someone were to use the word “baby face” in reference to him. This is likely due to his status as the heir to the largest yakuza syndicate in the country. People would expect a big, muscular man to lead a yakuza family, but Fuyuhiko's appearance is the opposite of that.
Fuyuhiko is also used to being treated with caution by everyone and by the time he was in 2nd grade, he no longer cried about anything, including losing fights. Fuyuhiko states that he wants to be strong on his own, and not to simply rely on his family's power to get ahead in life. His goal is to be strong enough to lead his family, rather than to be strong because he leads his family.
Fuyuhiko is known to bad-mouth people during Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 and avoid any proper relationships (except for Peko, who he shows respect to, such as the time when, during the first trial, he openly told her it wasn't her fault when she was stuck using the toilet during the blackout and murder). But after deciding to change in Chapter 3, he became more sociable and avoided bad-mouthing people to the best of his abilities.
Fuyuhiko also shows that he has a somewhat pure heart. For instance, in Chapter 3, he was scolding Hajime when he saw him sleeping (unintentionally) with Mikan Tsumiki in the clinic, claiming that they shouldn't be doing that since they were just teenagers. Also, during his last Free Time Event, when he was doing a sakazuki with Hajime, he said they should use soda instead of sake (since sake is always used in the sakazuki) because they shouldn't be drinking sake, considering they were too young. It's also revealed that he enjoys eating sweets, such as fried dough cookies. He considers this pleasure a shame himself, because he is the successor of the Kuzuryu Clan.
[Warning: Several spoilers follow this section!]
Prior to The TragedyEdit
During his time attending Hope's Peak Academy, and before The Tragedy occurred, Fuyuhiko lived with his family in the Kuzuryu residence along with one of his classmates-- the person who was raised together with him since birth and serves as his personal assassin, Peko-- and his family. His Free Time Events reveal that his parents almost always had fights. Fuyuhiko even states that there were a few times where he was nearly killed in the aftermath of his parents' fights. However, whenever something like that happened, Peko was always there by his side.
The motive behind Chapter 2 reveals that during his time at Hope's Peak Academy, Fuyuhiko was potentially involved in a series of murders. His little sister was killed by a fellow student named Sato, who covered it up along with Mahiru Koizumi, blaming it on a serial pervert. As an act of revenge, Fuyuhiko killed Sato in the same way that she killed his little sister, hitting her head with a baseball bat, killing her instantaneously.
Peko also reveals in one of her Free Time Events that she and her childhood friend that highly implied as Fuyuhiko, had been kidnapped, but they both succeeded in fleeing, but end up getting lost in a mountain. Peko desperately tried to cheer up Fuyuhiko, but she ended making him cry because he could sense Peko's fear and anxiety. However, they were finally saved because of Peko's ability as a swordswoman.
Peko also reveals in her last Free Time Event that she and her childhood friend, Fuyuhiko went to the zoo at one point when they were kids. At that time, Fuyuhiko challenged the king of the monkeys to a fight. Peko had no choice but to join in the fray to protect him. She mentioned that Fuyuhiko had a handsome smile at that time.
At some point before the events of the second game, it is assumed Fuyuhiko fell into despair along with the rest of his classmates. After Junko Enoshima was executed, the survivors of Ultimate Despair chopped her body up and attached some of her body parts to themselves. Him losing his right eye during Peko's execution might be a possible hint (as well as Monokuma's inside joke) that it could be Fuyuhiko who took Junko's right eye and attached it to his own eye socket.
It has been noted that the cut-in depicting the man who replaced his right eye with that of Junko's also bears a striking resemblance to Fuyuhiko, albeit slightly older (which would be accurate given the participants in the events of Danganronpa 2 are avatars based on their selves two years prior). The individual looks more distinct than most of the gray colored figures in these cut-ins as well.
Island Life of Mutual KillingEdit
Prologue - Welcome to Dangan Island! Panic at the Heart-Throbbing School Trip!?Edit
Fuyuhiko was one of the students who did not panic when they were transported to Jabberwock Island. He, along with everyone else, went exploring after Usami dismissed him.
Fuyuhiko is first seen at Hotel Mirai, when Hajime Hinata tries to talk to him. Immediately, Fuyuhiko acts defensively, stating that he doesn't want to get friendly with anybody. Before things can go astray, Nagito Komaeda tells him that they are just there for introductions. Fuyuhiko is, at first, confused, before he goes back to his usual self. He begrudgingly introduces himself, saying that he doesn't plan on becoming friends with any of the others. (Hajime silently compares him to Hiyoko Saionji.) Fuyuhiko then tells Hajime to leave if he has nothing else to say.
Chapter 1 - Destination DespairEdit
During Chapter 1, Fuyuhiko refuses to interact with others, although this is because of his attitude. It is inferred that Fuyuhiko did want to join the party with the others, but didn't because he was embarrassed.
However, in turn, due to Fuyuhiko's absence at the party, he eventually becomes a minor suspect. This suspicion is lifted later after it is revealed that Chiaki Nanami and Monomi saw him wandering in front of the hotel.
Chapter 2 - Sea and Punishment, Sin and CoconutsEdit
During Chapter 2, Fuyuhiko is still rather aloof and does not wish to interact with anyone, seeing as how he was eating at the diner on the second island, instead of the Hotel Restaurant like everyone else.
Fuyuhiko becomes the first person to complete the "truth" route of the second chapter's motive, Twilight Syndrome Murder Case. As his reward, he received an envelope filled with photos that seemingly confirm the events of the game to be related to the murders of Sato and his sister. He later sends this envelope to Mahiru, hoping to meet her to confirm whether the accident of the Murder Case is real or not. However, Mahiru only begins avoiding him, which Fuyuhiko takes as proof that the events of the game are true - and thus, that Mahiru killed his little sister.
Driven by revenge, Fuyuhiko enlisted Peko to help him isolate and kill Mahiru. Learning that Mahiru planned to meet with Hiyoko at the second island's beach house to discuss the photos he sent her, Fuyuhiko forged messages to both girls, telling them arrive at the beach house at different times. After intercepting and neutralizing Hiyoko (by knocking her out with chloroform and hiding her in the closet), Fuyuhiko waited for Mahiru to arrive, planning to kill her with a metal baseball bat (as an ironic nod to how she killed his sister). However, at the same time, he was wrestling with growing misgivings about his scheme, whether from fear of failure or a simple crisis of conscience.
When Mahiru arrived, Fuyuhiko confronted her about her knowledge of the photos he sent her, explaining their connection to the events of Twilight Syndrome Murder Case. However, the conversation was derailed when Mahiru realized that Fuyuhiko killed Sato, prompting her to lecture him on the immorality of taking a life in revenge. Her words drove Fuyuhiko into a rage, and he went for the bat, only for Peko to grab it and kill Mahiru first. Fuyuhiko was stunned and horrified - knowing what was in store for Peko now - but grudgingly followed her urging to escape through the tunnel when she claimed that she had a plan. On his way out of the area, Fuyuhiko was spotted by Hajime when he and Kazuichi Soda were attempting to infiltrate Sonia Nevermind's beach party.
During the Class Trial, Fuyuhiko was very defensive over Peko, doing whatever he could to pull suspicion away from her. His fervent defense of the Ultimate Swordswoman drew increasing suspicion from the others, especially given his previous aloof demeanor. Ultimately, the group shelved the matter and voted Peko as the culprit, much to Fuyuhiko's distress.
After the vote, Peko revealed her true plan; sacrificing herself to allow Fuyuhiko to escape. She revealed their shared past and her role as Fuyuhiko's bodyguard/enforcer, declaring that she was nothing but a tool of his will. As such, Peko claimed that Fuyuhiko was the true architect of Mahiru's murder - and since the students voted for her instead, he had gotten away scot-free, winning his freedom at the expense of everyone else's lives. However, Nagito points out that Peko's entire argument relies on the concept that Fuyuhiko sees her as a tool, prompting the other students to press him for the truth. Despite Peko's pleas and his own desire to leave the island, Fuyuhiko is unable to call her a tool, grimly stating that he wouldn't want to survive that way. As Peko resigns herself to her fate, Fuyuhiko begins to break down, telling his loyal bodyguard that he never considered her to be a tool. As Monokuma initiates the punishment, Fuyuhiko tearfully begs Peko not to leave him, telling her that he only ever wanted her as a person, not as a tool.
Fuyuhiko somehow ends up being brought along with Peko to the latter's execution. He attempts to save her, only to be accidentally slashed when she attacks one of Monokuma's marionette that leaps up between them. With his right eye badly injured, he passes out in Peko's arms. With the marionettes closing in for the kill, Peko protects her master one last time by shielding his body with her own as the enemies stab them repeatedly.
Everyone believes Fuyuhiko dead, but Monomi reports that he is just barely alive. Mikan reports that his injuries are extremely severe, but Monomi reveals that Monokuma has a responsibility to save his life, since he wasn't the blackened this time. Unable to defy his own rules, Monokuma summons an ambulance and spirits Fuyuhiko away for treatment.
Chapter 3 - Trapped by the Ocean ScentEdit
In Chapter 3, Fuyuhiko is revealed to be in the hospital found on the third island. Although heavily bandaged and still weak from his injuries, he appears to be recovering well - however, he refuses to speak to any visitors.
Fuyuhiko eventually makes a full recovery, save for his right eye, which was damaged beyond repair. As a result, he begins wearing an eye patch adorned with a white dragon design. During his recovery, he resolves to change himself for the better.
The morning after being discharged from the hospital, Fuyuhiko goes to the restaurant at breakfast. He greets the others in an exaggerated fashion, stating that he'll be able to greet the others every single day and every single morning. The others are confused, but glad about this, with the exception of Hiyoko, who is still grieving over the death of her friend Mahiru. The Ultimate Traditional Dancer begins to berate Fuyuhiko, blaming him for Mahiru and Peko's deaths and wishing he'd die in turn.Fuyuhiko gravely agrees with Hiyoko in thinking that he was the cause of Mahiru's death. He attempts to apologize against Hiyoko's words, and while she doesn't believe him at first, he genuinely feels apologetic and bows down. After slicing his own stomach, his wound is reopened and blood spills out, stunning the others. Everyone was shocked after they saw Fuyuhiko's reckless action. Mikan, Kazuichi, and Nekomaru Nidai immediately brought him back to the hospital.
Hiyoko is stunned particularly, and the two reconcile at the party celebrating Fuyuhiko's return at the Titty Typhoon music venue after Ibuki Mioda invites them.
However, the party is interrupted when Akane Owari is reported to challenging Monokuma to a fight on the sandy beach of the first island. Before it's too late, Nekomaru takes the hit from Monokuma's bazooka in order to protect Akane, forcing himself to leave the group to recover until the end of the chapter.
When the Despair Disease was released as the third motive by Monokuma, Fuyuhiko is unaffected by it, but states that he does not value his own life. As a result, Fuyuhiko volunteered to stay at the hospital along with Mikan and Hajime to look after the ones with the disease. During this time, he walked in on Mikan and Hajime apparently sharing a cot (actually an unfortunate series of events that ended up having Mikan cuddling a very stunned Hajime), prompting him to furiously berate them for their apparent lasciviousness.
When the murder occurred, Fuyuhiko, Hajime, Mikan, and Chiaki break through the music venue door when it was glued by an adhesive. During the investigation, Fuyuhiko is tricked by the culprit after discovering a drumstick broken in half, which made him believe that the door was jammed with that drumstick.
Chapter 4 - Do Ultimate Robots Dream of Clockwork?Edit
In the fourth chapter, Fuyuhiko, along with everyone else, is shocked to discover Nekomaru reborn as a robot. Fuyuhiko is disgusted at Monokuma for messing around with Nekomaru's body like that. When they discover access to the fourth island, Fuyuhiko rides the roller coaster with everyone else for a prize given by Monokuma; a file about the Future Foundation.
While at the Strawberry House, Fuyuhiko notices Akane acting unnerving around Nekomaru. Fuyuhiko attempts to comfort Akane, by telling her he knows how it feels to have someone sacrifice themselves for you, yet feel the guilt. Fuyuhiko points out that although he wanted to thank Peko for her sacrifice, he never had the chance to after her death. He asked Akane to thank Nekomaru a lot, saying that she has the chance to thank him for his sacrifice.
Fuyuhiko, who still reminiscing Peko somehow stayed at the lounge. Not long after that, he saw Nekomaru went to the first floor to attend the Monokuma Tai Chi, not aware that Nekomaru's murder occured after that.
Fuyuhiko somehow thwarted the plan of the culprit of Nekomaru's murder, Gundham Tanaka, by staying at the lounge when Gundham wanted to return to his room. He is also requested by Nagito to check every clock on both Strawberry and Grape Houses, proving that all of the clocks except Nekomaru's alarm clock was tampered by Gundham.
Chapter 5 - Smile at Hope in the Name of DespairEdit
As Nagito plans to bomb the islands in the fifth chapter, Fuyuhiko stands by Akane as she restrains Nagito, after it was deemed too dangerous to let him wander around without supervision.
Chapter 6 - This is the End Goodbye Academy of DespairEdit
In the final class trial, Fuyuhiko decides, along with the others, not to graduate after an awakened Hajime convinces him not to. He claims that he hears Peko's voice and that he won't let her treat him like a kid anymore. When they graduate, Fuyuhiko and the others decide to stay behind at the island with his friends, hopeful that everyone will wake up again.
Best Battle - Fuyuhiko is hiding in the midst of a gang battle. A Yakuza-style Monokuma is involved in the fight as well. Monokuma spotted a shadow which resembles Peko and made his way towards her. Seeing this, Fuyuhiko rushed forward to cover her but was shot fatally. “Peko” seems to notice this and turned around to face him. It turns out to be another Monokuma. Fuyuhiko dies with a regretful smile. This execution is only shown in the Official Fanbook.
In Chapter 2, it is revealed that Peko is actually Fuyuhiko's bodyguard that grew up with him when they were children. Peko acted as a tool for Fuyuhiko, doing as she was ordered to do. The both of them cared for each other, and even Peko replaced his role as a murderer as hers so Fuyuhiko could escape from the island. Even though Fuyuhiko refused to escape from the island, he still interfered with her execution because he cared for her more than anything. Although Peko sees herself as a tool towards Fuyuhiko, Fuyuhiko claims that he never wanted Peko to be his tool; rather his companion (with romantic implications as clarified in Peko's Dangan Island ending). He wanted her to be human.
After Chapter 2 it is revealed in many situations that he always keeps her in mind and during Chapter 6 AI Junko tries to influence him to choose to stay in the game by hinting that Peko would still be alive if he chose to do so. But thanks to Hajime's influence, Fuyuhiko heard Peko's voice scolding him for acting like that and wanting to vote "Graduation" just to see her. This causes him to develop confidence on himself and decide to stop AI Junko so Peko would stop treating him as a child.
The two seem to be on good terms with each other after the events of Chapter 2, when Fuyuhiko is intent on changing himself. They are also willing to stay and focused on their friends that catch despair disease in chapter 3. Though initially, Fuyuhiko did not attempt to form a friendship with Hajime, their relationship changes relatively in the end.
Fuyuhiko considered Hajime as the "Ultimate Counselor" due to his nature that give the students confidence to endure everything that they have. In the last Free Time event, the two of them did a sakazuki, a Japanese ritual of exchanging cups to symbolize sworn brothers and pledge loyalty.
From the beginning of the game, Fuyuhiko and Mahiru never liked each other. Mahiru always scolded him about his bad attitude to the others while Fuyuhiko always ignored it and states that he doesn't care about it. Later on during Chapter 2, Fuyuhiko was invited by Mahiru to go to the Beach House on the Second Island to discuss the current motive. However, they got into another argument, this time the argument was stopped by Peko who killed Mahiru in the same fashion as Sato, his little sister's killer.
After the events of Chapter 2, Fuyuhiko felt guilty and responsible for Mahiru's death. He promised that after he and the others survived and escaped from the island, he will make a funeral for her and Peko.
Hiyoko shows clear hostility towards Fuyuhiko, especially after Chapter 2, when she blames Fuyuhiko for the death of both Mahiru and Peko. Fuyuhiko apologizes to Hiyoko through bowing down on the ground and reopening his wound, and Hiyoko agrees to cooperate with Fuyuhiko— at least until they find a way they get out of the island. This implies that Hiyoko has at least forgiven Fuyuhiko.
It's revealed in Chapter 2 that Fuyuhiko had a sister in the past before he got dragged to Jabberwock Island. Fuyuhiko was very protective towards his sister, specifically when he avenged his sister's death by murdering Sato.
In Chapter 2, Fuyuhiko accidentally, specifically through a misinterpretation, ordered the murder of Mahiru at the hands of Peko, reason being because, through playing the game that served as Chapter 2's motive, he found out Mahiru had a hand in trying to cover it up, using the same weapon Sato used originally, which was a silver bat similar in appearance to the "Despair Bat" Monomono prize from the first game.
Not long after his sister's murder occurred, Fuyuhiko discovered the culprit, Sato, angering him. He decided to get revenge for his sister, and murdered Sato in the same fashion as his deceased sister, by hitting her on the head with a metal bat.
Obtained from the MonoMono Machine.
- Non-Alcoholic Wine
- Antique Doll
- Lilienthal's Wings
- Many-Sided Dice Set
During free time conversations, the player will occasionally be given a choice on how to respond to something that is said. These are the 'right' choices.
- Something sweet
- Brotherhood Cup?
These will aid you, usually during Class Trials.
- Silver Spoon - Reduces damage to the Influence Gauge when you miss. Effective during the Class Trial.
- “What's up with that face? You got a problem with me?!”
- “Name's Fuyuhiko Kuzuryu... Just so we're clear, I don't plan to act friendly and shit with you guys.”
- “Hey, you two. If you're done... get lost.”
- “Don't fuck with me!”
- “I WON'T LET YOU LOOK DOWN ON ME!”
- “I'm Yakuza to the core! If you're looking for someone who hates to lose, you've found them!”
- “Feh. It's not like I'm avoiding you because you're so special. I decided some time ago to stop relying on anyone. Not even on the Kuzuryu family... I'm going to go on living without depending on their power...”
- “I'm Yakuza through and through. It's not like i hate the ideas or inheriting leadership of the family or anything. It's just that... I got a point to make. I'm gonna prove that I can do things alone, without relying on someone.”
- “I have no intention of hanging out with any of you idiots. It's not like teaming up is even the best idea here. In the situation we're in, sticking with other people just mean shortening your own life span. Both Byakuya and Teruteru are proof. They concerned themselves with other people... and look what happened. Besides, all those dumb feelings would just get in the way when the time comes to kill!”
- “I'm willing to sacrifice as many lives as necessary to save my own.”
- “Just as I thought... The real lowlifes here are all of you shitheads. So this is how you operate. You'll drive any 'friend' into a corner the moment they become a little difficult. Feh. Pretentious crowd justice if ever it was.”
- “You had better be damn sure about this!! If you're wrong, I'll have you kidnapped and sold overseas!” (to Mikan Tsumiki)
- “Doubt is the only defense we have down here... The only way to survive is to doubt everyone and everything... So, why the fuck are you suddenly all trusting each other?! Are you actually that dumb?!”
- “Hmph... I just have yakuza blood flowing in my veins. There's nothing strong about that.”
- “I've seen plenty of people die up till now.”
- “It's a sick joke to see students who live honest lives bumping each other off like this...”
- “The world is a barbaric place. Especially my world...”
- “Predators are always stronger than their prey.” — (Fuyuhiko's Father)
- “Being a yakuza means you can kill the man you love to get your point across!” — (Fuyuhiko's mother)
- “Don't treat me like a kid.”
- “If you tell anyone about that, I'm gonna bury you next to that mountain over there!”
- “It'd be embarassing if anyone knew that the heir to the Kuzuryu Clan likes eating fried dough cookies...”
- “Yeah... you're right. I get it. Those guys died because of me.”
- “I...I've lost two important women...”
- “You lead! I can live by myself!” (to his sister)
- “Just...how small was I...?”
- “Tch, don't act like hot shit, you virgin.” (to Hajime Hinata)
- “Jeez... Compared to this place, I'd rather stay at a prison.”
- “I blindly rushed into revenge...without thinking things through, with no concern for anything else... And in the end...I can't take back the consequences of that decision.”
- “But... after seeing you and the others keep it together... I feel like I'm starting to see what I need to be focusing on right now. We will definitely survive and escape from here... And I'll do anything to make that happen... If not, Peko, Mahiru... Everyone's death will go to waste.”
- “And Hajime... That's part of you may be missing, but I think there's still something there... Because I was able to talk to you like this, and I was able to reflect on my past... And from there, I'm able to move forward. That’s it... Maybe your talent is that you're the Ultimate Counselor.” (to Hajime)
- “Listen up! Underage drinking is not allowed under any circumstances.”
- “This is a promise to return alive...together.” (talking about Sakazuki)
- “I will never die... I mean, I've already died once... And Peko already saved that life, after all.”
- “I mean...you... You're...my very first friend. Even now... I'm still worried about whether I deserve to lead the clan... But I feel like that might change if I get out of here alive. So Hajime...you better not die, either.” (to Hajime)
- “If you’re unsure, then live and live on... Search persistently and keep looking for it. And then, you should...you should be able to find it.” (to Hajime)
- “If you break something, that means it can't be broken ever again.”
- “In this kind of situation, interacting with others will just shorten your lifespan...”
- “I'll sacrifice the lives of everyone here if it guarantees my survival.”
- “I was being sarcastic, dumbass!” (to Nagito Komaeda)
- “It's just a fuckin' game, don’t go mixing up some video game with reality!” (talking about Twilight Syndrome Murder Case)
- “If she was the type to die easily, I'd have fuckin' killed her myself a long time ago...” (talking about his little sister)
- “The only one childish enough to eat gummies is that midget over there.” (talking about Hiyoko Saionji)
- “The only way to survive is to be suspicious... This is where we go to thoroughly doubt each other...”
- “So if you believe in each other so easily...then there's definitely somethin' wrong with you!”
- “Dumbasses... You bastards don't know anything... If you're stupid enough to trust each other... the only thing waitin' for you is the bitter truth.”
- “Our professional relationship doesn't exist on this island. We're just fellow high school students now...” (to Peko Pekoyama)
- “"An eye for an eye"... That's the world I live in.”
- “You better run away, got it!? Just forget about me... Forget about the Kuzuryu Clan... You better escape!” (to Peko)
- “It'd mean I can't live without depending on something... I'd just feel disgusted with myself...”
- “I don't want a tool given to me by the Kuzuryu Clan...”
- “How many times...do you have to keep... I don't need any tools...”
- “You stayed by my side...all this time... Why don't you get it...?”
- “I never needed... a sword...or a shield... I never needed... a tool... S-So... You didn't...need to become a tool... You just...you just needed to be yourself...”
- “I... I never wanted a tool! I just wanted you! Only you!”
- “P-Please Peko! Don't go...! I need you! Don't leave me!”
- “You better not have kept quiet on purpose! This isn't a game, you know!” (to Nagito)
- “That's a little... Aren't you like the thief who suspects everyone else of being thieves?” (In response to Mikan's true devotion to nursed the Despair Diseased student)
- “Hey, Supreme Overlord of Who-Gives-A-Shit... That line doesn't suit you at all.” (to Gundham Tanaka)
- “He's a fucking bastard who killed himself for his delusions of grandeur!” (talking about Nagito)
- “...The hell? Don't treat me like a kid.” (to Peko)
- “Nothing is impossible in this world!”
- “I...I never needed a tool! All I ever needed was you! (to Peko)
- “If a lie is a believable lie... You're saying it might become the truth?” (to Monokuma)
- “I...I heard her voice. In fact...I think it was the first time she ever yelled at me...”
- “Heh, I can't stand on my own two feet if she keeps treating me like a damn kid!”
- “Well, whether it has meaning or not, it all depends on us now...”
Panic Talk Action RemarksEdit
- “Got proof, you bastard!?”
- “I'll fucking sell your organs!”
- “That's obviously impossible!”
- “You're pissing me off!”
- “Shut up! Shut up! Shut up!”
- “Don't fuck with me!”
- “If she used the bamboo sword as a stepstool, it would've been left behind!” (Final Argument)
- His first name (冬彦) can mean “winter boy” or “winter prince”, while his last name (九頭龍) means “nine-headed dragon”, which happens to be a deity in Japanese culture.
- Fuyuhiko's report card states that:
- He likes karinto and hates milk.
- His blood type is AB.
- His chest is 29 in.
- In the English Localization, it is said that he likes Fried Dough cookies instead of karinto.
- His Free-Time Events reveal that he hates milk due to being lactose-intolerant.
- Fuyuhiko is shown to be a little similar to Edward Elric of the Fullmetal Alchemist series, seeing as they are both short, they both hate milk and their hair and eye colors are very much alike.
- Fuyuhiko was the first actual person to interfere an execution, as well as the first person to be harmed during an execution that was not prepared for him. The other being to interfered an execution was Genocide Jack in Punishment of the Warrior.
- Fuyuhiko was originally supposed to be killed by Mikan in Chapter 3, but the developers realized this would make Peko's sacrifice meaningless, so they replaced him with Hiyoko.