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Team DR
Team Danganronpa (チームダンガンロンパ) is an organization in the Danganronpa series, introduced in Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony. They created the Danganronpa reality show, which is currently on its 53rd season - as such, they are effectively the true masterminds and main antagonists of the game.

Description

Team Danganronpa is the group responsible for creating the Danganronpa television show, and with it, the real-life killing games such as the Killing Game Semester. They are shown to be a technologically adept group, being responsible for the creation of the EXISAL units and K1-B0. They also have advanced memory manipulation at their disposal, allowing them to mold their "contestants" as needed to make their personalities more appealing for the show, including making people think Kokichi Oma is a Remnant of Despair and giving Kaito Momota a chronic disease.

In each season of Danganronpa, the company kidnapped sixteen normal high school students to participate in the Killing Game. After the audition, they fabricated all of the students' past memories, personalities, and they also give each of them an Ultimate talent.

Currently, the only known people under their employ are Tsumugi Shirogane, K1-B0 (unknowingly), Monokuma and his children that take a role in the 53rd Killing Game Season.

After learning about the game's true nature, Shuichi Saihara and the other survivors stops playing along, boring the audience. In the end, K1-B0 sacrifices himself to finally end Danganronpa, killing Tsumugi, and destroying the set where the game was held. His self-destruction also creates a massive hole, literally breaking the fourth wall, ultimately destroying the whole Ultimate Academy for Gifted Juveniles. Shuichi, Maki Harukawa and Himiko Yumeno are the only survivors and while they are not sure what is true and what is lies, they appear to have a positive outlook and wonder that the world of Danganronpa could still be continuing somewhere. Team Danganronpa is implied to be still active.

Known Members

Profile Name Position Status
Monokuma NDR V3 Appearance
Monokuma Mascot of the series Inactive
Tsumugi Shirogane Illustration
Tsumugi Shirogane The Ringleader of the Killing Game Semester Deceased
K1-B0 Illustration
K1-B0 The Eyes of the People from the Outside World Inactive
The Monokumarz
Monokuma Kubs
(Monodam, Monosuke, Monotaro, Monophanie, and Monokid)
Children of Monokuma Inactive

Seasons

There have been 53 past seasons of the Danganronpa-inspired Mutual Killing Games. The first 3 seasons were Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, and Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak High School, despite being considered fictional in the universe of Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony.

Not much is known about a majority of the seasons or its participants excluding a few, but it's assumed they follow the same rules as the Killing Game Semester. It is heavily implied that Team Danganronpa has only recently started using real people for the Killing Game seasons.

Once the Ultimate Detective Study Center is found in Chapter 4, if the bookcase is investigated, files are revealed. These files showing previous seasons and only new files have photos, with older files having illustrations.

Team Danganronpa Season 1 Season One:
Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc
Killing School Life
Team Danganronpa Season 2 Season Two:
Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair
Killing School Trip
Team Danganronpa Season 3 Season Three:
Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak Academy
Final Killing Game
Team Danganronpa Season 4 Season Four:
Next Danganronpa 4: Despair Over Hope
Team Danganronpa Season 5 Season Five:
Final Danganronpa 5: Monokuma Returns
Team Danganronpa Season 6 Season Six:
Dream Danganronpa 6: The Name of Hope
Team Danganronpa Season 7 Season Seven:
Shin Danganronpa 7: Despair Vs. Hope
Team Danganronpa Season 8 Season Eight:
Kaettekita Danganronpa 8: A New Hope and Despair
Team Danganronpa Season 9 Season Nine:
Miracle Danganronpa 9: Revenge of Despair
Team Danganronpa Season 10 Season Ten:
Anniversary Danganronpa 10: The Birth of Despair

52nd Season

Some details of the 52nd Season of Danganronpa TV show come to light in Chapter 6 of Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony when Shuichi Saihara and Himiko Yumeno investigated Rantaro Amami's Study Center. During the investigation, they discover a disc that contained a recording made by Rantaro himself. In the recording he revealed he was in a previous Mutual Killing Game and was the only known survivor.

He explained that in the previous killing game, he was "executed" and forced to participate the next killing game, the 53rd Season, and had his talent of Super High School Level Adventurer be replaced with Super High School Level Survivor because of it.

53rd Season

Main Article: Killing Game Semester

Trivia

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DANGANRONPA UNIVERSE
Major Events Before The Tragedy Giboura MassacreTwilight Syndrome Murder CaseIzuru Kamukura ProjectThe Tragedy of Hope's Peak AcademyThe Parade
During The Tragedy The TragedyNeo World ProgramForced Shutdown
After The Tragedy The Gopher PlanSuper High School Level Hunt
Killing Games Killing School LifeKilling School TripDemon HuntingFinal Killing GameKilling Game Semester
Locations Hope's Peak AcademyJabberwock IslandKingdom of NovoselicTowa CityUltimate Academy for Gifted Juveniles
Organizations Ultimate DespairSayaka Maizono's Idol GroupStudent CouncilFuture FoundationThe Steering CommitteeWarriors of HopeThe ResistanceSHSL Elite Task ForceMonokuma KubsTeam DanganronpaDICE