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Mikan Tsumiki (罪木 蜜柑 Tsumiki Mikan) is one of the characters featured in Super Danganronpa 2.5: Nagito Komaeda and the Destroyer of the World.
Her relationship with Hiyoko Saionji appears slightly more friendlier than in the real world, most likely because that is how Nagito views them.
Mikan is a young woman, her virtual avatar in the Neo World Program appeared as her 17 year old self and is likewise the same for Nagito's imaginary world in the Neo World Program.
She has long, choppy, dark purple hair that is cut unevenly as a result of bullying. She has light, greyish-purple eyes. There is a beauty mark under her left eye's corner.
She wears the Hope's Peak Academy uniform. She has a band-aid on her right cheek and bandages wrapped around her right leg and left knee.
Mikan is very timid and tends to apologize constantly, even if she didn't do anything wrong.
It should be noted that real Mikan often gets into sexualised positions intentionally because she wants people to be more fond of her, but the only time something suggestive like that happened to illusion Mikan it was only because of Nagito's bad luck. This is most likely because Nagito doesn't sexualize her and the illusions are based on his mind.
Kazuichi Soda suggested Nagito Komaeda go to the nurse's office following his unlucky injuries and while there a baseball broke the medicine cabinet and exploded over Nagito causing more injury to his face, to Mikan's dismay who had only left shortly to retrieve bandages.
They both returned to the classroom together, Mikan apologizing profusely and taking full responsibility for his increased injury.
As Fuyuhiko Kuzuryu and Nagito walked home from school, Nagito accidentally slipped on a discarded glass bottle sending him rolling down the path and straight into Mikan and Hiyoko. The bad luck didn't stop there, as Nagito accidentally ended up between Mikan's legs in a compromising position and she began apologizing continuously before Nagito was able to get up. Hiyoko was angered and jealous by this, as she thinks she's the only one allowed to bully Mikan. This appears to be another example of Nagito's luck working, as after a few unlucky streaks for him, Mikan received good luck in the form of Hiyoko protecting and defending her.
Mikan later attended Kazuichi's funeral following his death at the hands of the World Destroyer.
Nagito is awoken from the Neo World Program by Hajime Hinata, discovering Mikan and the rest of the Class 77-B to be alive and well. They all boarded a ship that would take them to Future Foundation Headquarters.
The Illusory Class 77-B
Mikan has been shown walking to school and back home with Hiyoko, implying that they treated each other as friends in Nagito's dream. However, this did not mean that her relationship with Hiyoko was completely different from their real-life counterparts. When Nagito accidentally slipped on a discarded glass bottle and rolled down the street into Mikan, Hiyoko became jealous and aggressive, as she believed that she only one allowed to 'beat up' on Mikan. While this does, in some ways, showcase Hiyoko's protectiveness of Mikan, it also shows that Hiyoko is rather fond of bullying Mikan.
Only briefly crossing paths on two occasions, Mikan bandages up Nagito's injured face and shows genuine concern when a baseball breaks the medicine cabinet and injures him even further. While returning to the classroom she is very apologetic and concerned for his further sustained injuries, but Nagito tries to calm her down and gently tells her it wasn't her fault.
As a strike of bad luck, Nagito later trips on a discarded glass bottle when walking home from school and rolls down the path into Mikan, accidentally getting his head stuck between her legs in a compromising position. Mikan apologized profusely and is only concerned for Nagito's safety when this event occurs. However, this situation also causes Hiyoko to defend Mikan, which could be considered good luck.