Below - My TV debate with Cardiff Freemason Jim Bevan - - - - Freemasonry and Witchcraft initiation rites compared "The great strength of our Order lies in its concealment; let it never appear in any place in its own name, but always covered by another name, and another occupation. None is better than the three lower degrees of Free Masonry; the public is accustomed to it, expects little from it, and therefore takes little notice of it. Next to this, the form of a learned or literary society is best suited to our purpose, and had Free Masonry not existed, this cover would have been employed; and it may be much more than a cover, it may be a powerful engine in our hands.
A girl who started playing piano at a young age, and eventually began winning so many recitals that she was crowned the Ultimate Pianist. She's cheerful, outgoing, and motivated, and directs these traits toward escaping Monokuma and his murderous game. She is labeled as the culprit of Chapter 1, having modified Shuichi's trap to catch the mastermind by adding a death trap to it.
After she is executed for the murder of Rantaro Amami, Shuichi becomes the protagonist from Chapter 2 onward. Near the end of the game, it's revealed that her death trap was actually a failure and that in reality she was framed by the mastermind - Tsumugi Shirogane - as Rantaro's murderer, due to Monokuma's Time Limit motive failing to produce a murder victim, making her the first and only Danganronpa character so far to have been successfully executed on a false charge, barring the first game's bad ending.
Kaede is liked by all the other students and when she's outed as the blackened, the class is devastated and a few even try to stop the execution by jumping between her and the Exisals. They only back off when she begs them not to throw their lives away for her sake.
Her death has a big impact on everyone, particularly Shuichi, who vows to carry on and try to save everyone, and to live up to his promise to her. This even applies to the In-Universe audience, who berate Shuichi in the final trial and tell him that he should have been killed instead of Kaede.
She states that the mastermind and Rantaro's killer were one in the same at the beginning of the first class trial, even though Kaede believed she herself was the killer. Fast forward to the final chapter, and it turns out she was right.
The heroes figure out she's only guilty of attempted murder She has her moments. For example, during her Love Suite Event she insisted that Shuichi should call her by her first name in Japanese or a pet name like "sweetheart" in the English dub but when he complies with her request, Kaede still gets embarrassed to hear him do it.
Ain't Too Proud to Beg: When she asked Miu for her help, Kaede literally got on her hands and knees and begged Miu for her assistance in setting up a trap for the mastermind. Comically, Kaede threatens to continue bowing to her once she saw that Miu was visibly uncomfortable with her gesture, resulting in Miu agreeing to Kaede's request.
Kaede has a lot of Ship Tease with various characters - most obviously with Shuichi and Rantaro, but she's also seen gushing over how cute Tenko is in the prologue and a free time, comments that Tsumugi has a "sexy aura", and shows a lot of concern and unusual patience towards Miu.
If Kaede gives Miu a gift that she loves, Miu would make the assumption that Kaede is in love with her. However on the other hand when Himiko asks her if she's "playing for the other team" she's completely confused so it could be a subversion.
Being the first culprit, her aim was to end the killing game by taking out the mastermind. This failing, instead of risking abandoning her friends by taking advantage of the First Blood Perk when she found out she murdered the innocent Rantaro by mistake, she keeps quiet about what she did in hopes a class trial will reveal the mastermind to end the killing game anyway.
After it's made clear the subsequent trial isn't able to reveal her real enemy, and as she realised Shuichi figured out she was the blackened, she passes the torch and takes on the role of an opponent in hopes Shuichi can overcome his fear and lead the others in her place.
The one time she has to lie during a Class Trial, she stutters when asked if she's really being truthful, and Kokichi and Korekiyo both immediately call her out for lying anyway. Much like Ibuki from Danganronpa 2, her talent as a musician means she is able to distinguish everyone's voices.
This greatly helps her and the player in a game mechanic called Mass Panic Debate where multiple characters will simultaneously speak and freely say whatever they want, increasing the information levied onscreen and making finding contradicting statements even harder than it should be.
When Shuichi takes over as the protagonist, he is explicitly worse at performing in the Mass Panic Debate due to the fact that his hearing isn't nearly as good as hers. In the Chapter 1 class trial, when Shuichi becomes the prime culprit for being one of two people who know of the camera's second delay, she gives him an alibi and clears him of suspicion.
He returns the favor in Chapter 6 by proving that Kaede is not the true culprit of Rantaro's murder.To figure out what's causing the performance issue, you have to get to the root of the problem.
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