As the class trial moves forward, the Nonstop Debate will begin and each student will lay out their argument. The testimony and
evidence you uncovered during your investigation become Truth Bullets, which you'll have to use to shoot down the mistruths hidden
within each student's statements.
You'll also have special abilities at your disposal to help you with this. For example, you can use Concentration to slow down the
discussion, or reveal unseen clues in your own statements.
At certain points, you'll be forced to recall important words or phrases related to the case. This is where the Hangman's Gambit comes
in. You'll see a number of letters floating onscreen, and you'll have to pick out the right letters to complete the key concept.
Bullet Time Battle
As the trial reaches its climax, you'll find yourself facing off against those who absolutely refuse to listen to you. You'll barely have
time to catch your breath as you do everything you can to shoot down their arguments one after another and get them to see things
Once the debate is over and you're sure of the whole truth, you'll give the Closing Argument. Here, you'll have to place each event
piece into the correct spot in order to reconstruct the murder beat by beat as a sort of deadly comic strip.
To succeed at this stage, it's crucial for you to understand the truth as it was revealed during the trial, the flow of the original incident,
and the graphical depiction of each event piece.
Class Trial Rules
- The final result is determined by class vote.
- If the guilty party is exposed, they alone will be executed.
- But if you pick the wrong one, Monokuma will punish everyone else, and the one that deceived you all will go free.