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Daisaku Bandai (万代 大作 Bandai Daisaku) is a character featured in Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak Academy - Side: Future and a participant in the Final Killing Game.
He is a member of Future Foundation and is the leader of the 11th Division. His responsibility is to help oversee and maintain agriculture in rural areas, to help aid with food supply.
During his time at Hope's Peak Academy, Daisaku's title was Super High School Level Farmer (超高校級の「農家」chō kōkō kyū no “nōka”).
In the official relationship chart, he is described as a neutral character, neither with nor against Makoto Naegi.
Daisaku is the second victim of the Final Killing Game and the first victim killed due to his NG Code accidentally triggered by Juzo Sakakura and was injected with poison.
Daisaku is a dark-skinned man in his early thirties, around 33 at youngest.
He has a heavy, muscular build, but also a cute, feminine voice. He has rosy cheeks, cartoonish eyes, and a wide grin. He has an afro and a goatee. He wears a pale brown suit, with the Future Foundation pin on its lapel, a white sweatsuit with a green circle design on his shirt, and wooden geta. He also wears a straw hat around his neck.
Daisaku's voice is soft and cutesy and, in contrast to his large build, he speaks with a feminine speech pattern. He is described to be gentle, loving and very whimsical.
He is fond of making up his own sayings, such as "a strawberry only gives up to 3 seeds," but no one has any idea what they mean. Daisaku himself admits that they don't mean anything, he just enjoys saying them.
Daisaku appears slightly naive and he dislikes violence and conflict.
- Daisaku's Japanese voice actresses, Rie Kugimiya, who voiced Happy in Fairy Tail, Taiga Aisaka in Toradora!, Mizore Shirayuki in Rosario + Vampire, Kagura Sohma in Fruits Basket (2019), Karin Kurosaki and Nemu Kurotsuchi in Bleach, Shana in Shakugan no Shana, Oscar Pine in RWBY, Alphonse Elric, Xiao-Mei and Truth in Fullmetal Alchemist, Aguri Madoka in Doki Doki! Pretty Cure, Aria H. Kanzaki in Aria the Scarlet Ammo, Harley Quinn in Batman Ninja, Rise Kujikawa in Persona 4, Miharu Rokujo in Nabari no Ou, Airi Yukifune in Robotics;Notes, 001 in DARLING in the FRANXX, Angela Balzac in Expelled from Paradise, Kagura in Gintama, Mei in Arashi no Yoru ni, Cassie Lockheart in Freezing, Rana and Melona in Queen's Blade, Liechtenstein in Hetalia, Rimururu in Samurai Shodown III, Nagi Sanzenin in Hayate no Gotoku, Louise de La Valliere in Zero no Tsukaima, Agnese Sanctis and Agnese Sanctis in A Certain Magical Index, Marta Lualdi in Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World, Iori Minase in The iDOLM@STER, Unknown God in Genshin Impact, Juuzou Suzuya in Tokyo Ghoul, Innominat the Suppressor in Tales of Berseria, Sugar in One Piece, Nena Triniy in Mobile Suit Gundam 00, Nora in Noragami, Laevatein in Fire Emblem Heroes, Weiss in Queen's Gate: Spiral Chaos and Lan in Tenchi Muyo.
- Daisaku's English voice actresses, Tia Ballard, who also voiced Zero Two in Darling in the Franxx, Mizore Shirayuki in Rosario + Vampire, Yoshino in Date A Live, Kagura Sohma in Fruits Basket (2019), Nanami Momozono in Kamisama Kiss, Mary Sioux in Youjo Senki: Saga of Tanya the Evil, Kusano in Sekirei, Hare Menjou in Guilty Crown, Ticy Phenyl and Elizabeth Mably in Freezing, Xiao-Mei in Fullmetal Alchemist, Kashiwagi Rein in Darwin's Game, Megumi Shimizu in Shiki, Roma Hoito in Tokyo Ghoul:re, Porche in One Piece and Nureha in Log Horizon.