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Sayaka Maizono (舞園 さやか Maizono Sayaka) is one of the characters featured in Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc.
She has the title Ultimate Pop Sensation (超高校級の「アイドル」chō kōkō kyū no "aidoru"), as she was the singer of a popular idol group in Japan. Sayaka used to be in the same school with Makoto Naegi, though the two did not talk much back then.
She was killed by Leon Kuwata in Chapter 1 after attempting to do the same to the latter.
Sayaka plays a minor role in Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak Academy.
In the game, she is voiced by Makiko Ōmoto in the Japanese version of the game, and by Dorothy Elias-Fahn in the English version of the game.
In the anime, she is voiced by Makiko Ōmoto in the Japanese version of the anime, and by Monica Rial in the English version of the anime.
Sayaka is considered very attractive, as she is adored by fan girls and boys alike. The obvious blush and eyeliner suggest that she often wears makeup to help keep this appearance. She has long, dark blue hair, with several hair clips and blue eyes. Sayaka's casual attire consists of a sailor-like, white-and-blue schoolgirl uniform with a pink bow on the front, a plaid blue skirt and black socks that end at her thighs with brown, buckled shoes. Sayaka's idol clothing is a sleeveless pink and white dress with a pink ribbon and ruffles at the bottom, which ends just a little bit above her knees. She also wears an intricate matching ribbon on the right side of her hair and white knee-high boots. Her hair is tied into two pig tails with pink clips on her bangs. In her official art, Sayaka wears her stage outfit, which consists of a ruffled, collared pink and white dress, a pink bow on the front and knee high white boots. She wears a black see-through armband on her right arm and a thin white arm band and a fluffy white bracelet on her left arm. She also wears a large pink bow over a white headband and she has multiple star hair clips.
As an idol, Sayaka is a cheerful, sweet and supporting girl. Sayaka develops a bond with Makoto Naegi, whom she considers her friend, assisting him on every occasion in Chapter 1. However, she tends to hide her feelings when she is under great pressure by putting on her public persona. She also cares greatly for her band members, and would not hesitate to do something if anything were to happen to one of them, including things that could hurt others. Sayaka mentions that she often finds herself focused on a particular person, but pushes these thoughts out of her mind to commit herself further to her idol career. Sayaka has an amazing intuition, as she can easily tell what people are thinking. She often joked by telling people she was an esper, only to admit that she was kidding later. However if she being pushed to her limit, Sayaka will do anything even if it's risk. After she watched Monokuma's Motivational Video, she only thinks of how she could escape from the Academy, even planning to betray Makoto.
- She has the same Date of Birth which is March 14th by Athena Asamiya in The King of Fighters and Saki Tsuzura in Arcana Heart. Sayaka also shared a few similarities with Athena and Saki as well.
- Makiko Ōmoto, who voiced Sayaka in the Japanese version of the game and the anime, is best known for being the voice of Kirby and Inahime.
- Her Second English Voice Actress, Monica Rial, who also voiced Princess Sakura and Princess Tsubasa in Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, Tsubaki Nakatsukasa in Soul Eater, May Chang in FullMetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Mey-Rin in Black Butler series, Karuta Roromiya in Inu x Boku SS, Momoka Nishizawa in Sgt Frog, Chane Laforet in Baccano!, Kyoko Kirisaki in Black Cat, Sakura Kinomoto in Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card, Mine Kuramae in Fruits Basket (2019 Series), Bulma in Dragon Ball Z, Princess Yona in Akatsuki no Yona, Tsuyu Asui in My Hero Academia, Akatsuki in Kantai Collection, Shiro and Wretched Egg in Deadman Wonderland, Index Librorum Prohibitorum in A Certain Magical Index, Mirajane Strauss in Fairy Tail, Shizuka Marikawa in Highschool of the Dead, Houki Shinonono in Infinite Stratos, Tanya von Degurechaff in Youjo Senki: Saga of Tanya the Evil, Tashigi and Kappa in One Piece, Rumia Tingel in Rokudenashi Majutsu Koushi to Akashic Records, Miya Asama in Sekirei, Yukari Sendo in Rosario+Vampire, Secre Swallowtail and Mereoleona Vermillion in Black Clover, Yuzu Kichougasaki in Love Tyrant, Mei Misaki in Another, Tsugumi in Guilty Crown, Miria in Claymore, Homura in Senran Kagura, Yuu Kashima in Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun, Moa in Show By Rock!!, Junna Daitoku in Robotics;Notes, Megumi Kobayashi in Welcome to the NHK, Ariel in Is This A Zombie?, Hello Kitty in Hello Kitty series, Kirika Yuumura in Noir, Treeya Nuwani in Mass Effect, Stocking in Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt, Rize Kamishiro in Tokyo Ghoul, Tomie Kawakami in Tomie, Mistleteinn Treesea in Yumekui Merry, Anna Nishikinomiya in Shimoneta, Shinrabansho in Nabari no Ou, Maria in Witchblade, Chitaru Namatame in Akuma no Riddle, Mariya Shidou in Maria✝Holic, Valentine Glinka Estes in Madan no Ou to Vanadis, Lalaco Godspeed in Space Patrol Luluco, Lulu Bell in D.Gray Man, Mizue Shisui in Psycho-Pass, Doll in Tenchi Muyo! War on Geminar, Pixy Misa in Magical Girl Pretty Sammy, Eirenus in Chain Chronicle, Kanaria in Rozen Maiden, Belarus in Hetalia: Axis Powers, Philuffy Aingram in Saijaku Muhai no Bahamut, Sakuya in Sister Princess and Sienna Khan in RWBY.
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