The character Mikan Tsumiki is one of the main characters in the manga Danganronpa 2. He is also the protagonist of the second game, Goodbye Despair. Here’s a brief description of Mikan’s character traits, as documented in the hero.fandom.com wiki. You can learn more about Mikan Tsumiki’s personality by checking out the rest of her bio.
The main character of “Suggestion,” Mikan Tsumiki, is clumsy and has a poor social sense. She frequently falls over and apologizes for her gaffes, and she’s quick to assume that other people dislike her. Her awkward pauses and mishaps often place her in compromising situations, but she always manages to apologize for them. In the series, Mikan’s clumsiness is not the only factor in her awkwardness.
One day, Mikan went to a homeroom class, and the teacher, Chisa Yukizome, asked why only five students attended. To her surprise, Mikan told her that the class was only five students, which is why Mikan had to stay late. This angered Mikan, and he misinterpreted Chisa’s insults as a slight against him. She forced Mikan to search for her classmates, but it turned out to be a bad move.
In Danganronpa 3 – Despair Arc, Mikan Tsumiki is revealed to have the Despair Disease. It was her own fault, because she failed to rehabilitate Mikan as she had promised. This leaves her feeling disappointed, even though she was supposed to. Mikan’s Despair Disease may also have been the result of her past circumstances, which make Mikan more clingy and cloying than most females in her class.
In the first episode of the manga, Mikan stabbed the Ultimate Imposter with a knife that was “sharp”, so he could not use a glow-in-the-dark knife to commit the murder. After this, Mikan and Ibuki become good friends and celebrate together on the ship. In the manga, Mikan’s closest friend, Mahiru, a teacher, is her greatest fan and supports her.
Victim of child abuse
In the manga “Sumo,” the boy named Mikan Tsumiki is a victim of child abuse. During his early years, Mikan suffered physical, emotional and sexual abuse. Among other things, he was burned with cigarettes, taunted, made a target for dart games, and abused by his classmates. He was also bullied by his classmates and was told to eat bugs and interpret certain animals. Despite his bullying, Mikan remained extremely shy and was even afraid to make friends. He also became very frightened, believing that being rejected was worse than being abused.
In addition to being physically and sexually abused, Mikan is also prone to developing a low self-esteem and is highly susceptible to physical and emotional abuse. He suffers from numerous behavioral problems, including his inability to speak clearly. He apologizes for offending many people, and stutters uncontrollably. His stuttering is nervous and he has difficulty remembering people’s names. But despite all these problems, Mikan is a perfect match for Hiyoko Saionji.
Abused by Hiyoko Saionji
The first time we see Mikan, she is a high school student at Lapis Lazuli Girls High School. She later enrolls in Hope’s Peak Academy as the Ultimate Nurse. Mikan made friends with Ibuki, Hiyoko, Mahiru Koizumi, and Sato. Sato also abused Mikan’s sister. Afterwards, Mikan is recommended to join the school by Hiyoko, and it is there where she becomes friends with the other students. In the next episode, “Twilight Syndrome Murder Case”, Mikan is revealed to be a victim of abuse by her friends.
Although Mikan does not suffer abuse often, it is common for her to be the victim of bullying by Hiyoko. Her physical appearance makes her appear to be shorter than Hiyoko, but Mikan still takes care of her and gives her health advice, even if it means ignoring her friends. Despite the abuse, Mikan is determined to help Hiyoko. In the process, she even takes care of her boyfriend.