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|“||What, you've never seen this before? They say when you want to remember someone’s name, you should write it on the palm of your hand three times!||„|
|~ Aoi Asahina|
Aoi "Hina" Asahina is one of the characters featured in Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc. She has the title Ultimate Swimming Pro (Super High School Level Swimmer in Japan).
In the game, she is voiced by Chiwa Saitō in Japanese version of the game, and by Cassandra Lee Morris in the English version of the game.
In the anime, she is voiced by Chiwa Saitō in the Japanese version, and by Felecia Angelle in the English version.
She was a young sportswoman who was active in five different sport clubs. Due to her ability, Asahina was chosen as a representative at the Olympics. When Ogami committed suicide in Chapter 4, she attempted to make everyone vote for her as the culprit after being tricked into thinking that Ogami killed herself out of despair. She survived the final trial and escaped with the other survivors at the end of the game.
It's revealed during the events of Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls that Hina joined the Future Foundation with the other survivors.
Hina reappears in Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak Academy - Side: Future as a member of Future Foundation's 13th Branch. She manages to survive the Final Killing Game.
Following the events of The Tragedy, Hina and her fellow survivors decide to assist Makoto Naegi in rebuilding Hope's Peak Academy.
In Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony, it is implied by the mastermind of the Killing School Semester that Hina's story within the Danganronpa series might actually have been fiction created by Team Danganronpa and performed by an actor, with the fact that she can cosplay as Hina being used as proof of this due to the fact that she can't cosplay as real people without getting a disease she calls "cospox" that causes spots to appear all over her body. However, due to how many holes there are in the mastermind's story about the previous Killing Games being fictional, it is unknown if she was telling the truth.
Asahina has tanned skin and brown hair that she wears in a ponytail. In the game, she wears dolphin shorts and a red tracksuit jacket over a white shirt. On the picture of this page, she wears a blue bathing suit with a white box logo on the front with some Japanese characters and a single white stripe on the right side of her bust. Asahina also has a rather curvaceous body that is usually the subject of Toko/Jill's harassment.
Always energetic and friendly, Asahina is also a bit airheaded. She has difficulty remembering names. Asahina is quite emotional, as she is one of the very few students that take their friends' deaths very personally, to the extent of crying for the dying Hifumi in Chapter 3.
Her Free Time sequences reveal her insecurity about not being feminine enough due to her being an athlete. She is also a donut lover and secretly a fan of Jason Statham.
- She practices a self-healing technique known as Kanpumasatsu, in which one rubs their body with a dry towel to keep illnesses such as the flu away.
- She shares the same birthdate with Mahiru Koizumi from Super Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair.
- Along with swimming, Asahina plays baseball, basketball, volleyball, tennis, and track and field.
|Japanese dub||Chiwa Saitō||Chiwa Saitō|
|Rest of the world||Cassandra Lee Morris (American)||Felecia Angelle (American)
Sarah Alles (German)