The following is a list of characters that appear in the novel, manga, and film versions of Battle Royale. His father was killed by the government for struggling against the regime, and his mother died while he was in third grade. When the rest of his family rejected him, Shuya was put in an orphanage. He is willing to trust others, not wanting to take part in the Battle Royale program. He tries several times to rally fellow students in an attempt to escape, but fails. Consequently, he narrowly escapes death at the hands of his classmates on several occasions. Shuya is a self-proclaimed "rock star", listening to and playing rock 'n' roll music in spite of the ban on the genre.
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No recent wiki edits to this page. By the end of the first day of The Program, more than half of the 42 students in Class B have been lost. Most of them were victims of their classmates, who were willing to put aside their humanity and play the game to survive. One of those killers, Mitsuko Souma, lulls her victims into a false sense of security by getting them to believe she's too beautiful and delicate to kill anyone With four kills so far, the sinister and sinful Mitsuko Souma is clearly the most dangerous girl in Class B.