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Danganronpa: Farewell

**”There comes a time, where we all need to bid farewell.”**

**”Your time has come, my dear~”**

Welcome to Danganronpa: Farewell !

***What is Danganronpa: Farewell ?***

It is a killing game ran by your host, Jason ! It is Danganronpa based, and we need 17 students to start the game. And will be accompanied by at least 5 backups incase a participant needs to drop out. We also allow NPCs, who will help throughout the killing game ! Applications will be in <#701250817373503561> and <#701251047380746261>. Remember an npc is different than a regular participant and we only need 4 or so. You may also sign up as an npc and character at the same time. Npcs can talk with the participants and interact and all that.


*The world really is twisted, huh?* 17 students find themselves in a medieval castle with no memory of how they ended up there. They’re free to wander around; until a voice suddenly addresses them. They do not know what fate awaits them next—.

**About Medieval Castles**

- A castle is a type of fortified structure built during the Middle Ages predominantly by the nobility or royalty and by military orders. Scholars debate the scope of the word castle, but usually consider it to be the private fortified residence of a lord or noble.

- Medieval castles were built from the 11th century CE for rulers to demonstrate their wealth and power to the local populace, to provide a place of defence and safe retreat in the case of attack, defend strategically important sites like river crossings, passages through hills, mountains and frontiers, and as a place of residence. Whether a permanent home for a local lord or a temporary one for a ruler embarking on a tour of their kingdom, castles were converted from wood into stone and became ever more impressive structures with more and more defensive features such as round towers and fortified gates.

Common Era (CE) is a method used to identify a year. It means “a year in our time” (rather than a year a very long time ago). Before Common Era (BCE) is the system for the years "Before the Common Era". BCE uses the same numbering as BC (Before Christ). “CE” and “BCE” are placed after the year number.
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