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Happiness is closer than you think.
~ Diana
People tell me it's a fault of mine...
~ Diana after being told she is a nice person
This is great! Now no one has to die!
~ After realizing they can cheat the execution game to prevent any deaths

Diana is a character from the video game Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma. She is the leader of of D-Team in the Decision Game, making all of their choices, and thus is the protagonist for D-Team's story fragments. She discovers that she is actually a "SHIFTer", an esper who can send their consciousness across space-time in a crisis.

She had a daughter, and a son with Sigma Klim when they had sex inside of the transporter pods, in a particular version of history where they were trapped together in the underground shelter. The daughter and son would go on to become Diana's close friend, and the terrorist & mastermind behind the Decision Game, respectively, after being sent back in time using the transporter, by the dying parents.

In the game's true ending, Diana gains her memories from the other histories, along with Sigma and Phi, realizing that they're a family. She also discovers that "Zero" is actually her son, and that part of his motives were to ensure that his own birth occurred, since the Decision Game was what ultimately lead to his and Phi's conception.

In the version of history which leads to Virtue's Last Reward, in which the Radical-6 induced apocalypse occurs and Sigma begins work on the AB Project, she becomes the inspiration behind Sigma's creation of the robot "Luna", who resembles Diana in basic appearance and "personality". In this timeline, Dahlia blames herself and her virtue for what happens; she calls the operator of the Mars Mission (Dcom) Test who has contacted them at the end of the simulated conjection, and tells him that six test subjects are dead, before cryptically adding that "[she] killed them" and that soon "[she'll] kill six billion people".


Diana was in a abusive marriage, in which her husband would regularly drink to excess and physically and emotionally abuse her. She tried to leave him, however he would stalk her and use emotional manipulation to worm his way back into her life. Eventually, Diana's friend Rebecca recommended that she sign up for the D-com Mars Mission Experiment, as it would ensure she got away from him.

During D-com she became particularly close to one of the other participants, Phi, who she felt a strong attachment to for reasons unknown. Eventually she was kidnapped along with everyone else by a masked man, calling himself "Zero II", and was forced into playing the the Decision Game.




  • Diana's relations to the other members of D-Team continue the thread that runs across the other teams and their members:
    • Sigma and Phi are two characters with a long-standing relationship, along with Diana being someone they had just met at D-com. As is the same with Junpei & Akane + Carlos for C-Team, and Mira & Eric + Sean, for Q-Team.
    • Sigma and Diana are lovers, which is also true for Junpei & Akane, and Mira & Eric.
    • The members of all three teams form a type of "family" by the end of story. Carlos is a brother figure to the to-be-married Junpei & Akane. Sean is being looked after by Eric, who is married to Mira. While Diana along with Sigma and Phi are a literal family.
  • Luna's "GAULEM" robot ID is GTF-DM-L-016, which stands for "GAULEM Type Female - Diana Model - Luna - 016".
  • She has sectoral heterochromia.
  • There are multiple references to the plot twist that Phi and Delta/Zero are Diana's daughter and son, whom she had with Sigma:
    • The flashback scenes inferring that Diana had a naturally strong connection to Phi, despite still being relative strangers.
    • Phi lameants that she is a natural red-head, and that she doesn't like her red-hair, so she dyed it. Diana tells her that she can see her having red-hair, and that it would suit her. Similarily, if you look at Phi's eyebrows, you can tell that they are red.
    • One of the X-Passes revealed upon Diana's death is "mom".
    • At the start of the game, Mira cracks a joke that their prediciment is due to a "one night mistake", then adds, "maybe Diana's?".
    • Phi states that she probably got her sense of humour from her parents. Sigma responds by saying, "whoever your parents were, they must have been real characters". During this moment the camera is centered on Sigma and Diana, standing side-by-side.
  • Diana plays the tambourine , and claims that she makes people cry with her music; it being left comedically ambiguous as to what this means.
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